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... . The curricular and extra-curricular activities of City College, with a sketch of its foundation and history. THE CLARA BARTON CAMP FOR DIABETIC GIRLS sponsor and distribution: direction and photography: JL steel, l6mm, silent, color The Women's National Missionary Association of the Universalist Church, sponsors of the Clara Barton Camp ...

2. The Exhibitor Aug-Nov 1948

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... ¬ ing Company, West Reading, and chair¬ man of the board, Church of Our Father, Universalist, offered a plan for eliminating some of the “undesirables” as motion pic¬ ture fare for children among the offerings of Reading theatres in a letter to the editor of The Reading Times ...

3. Boxoffice Jul-Sep 1947

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... . First Universalist Church, Nashua, N. H. Ohe Jewish ... says.. ”... MOM AND DAD was produced with a genuineness that such a subiect requires. I am convinced the picture teaches the need for social hygiene education ...

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... & Sons, in the Union Hymnal—Songs and Prayers for Jewish Worship, published by the Central Conference of American Rabbis, and in the Hymns of the Spirit, published by the Beacon Press, a hymnal of the Universalist and Unitarian churches ...

5. Radio Daily Oct-Dec 1949

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... . Agency for Chevrolet is Campbell- Ewald, Detroit. Motorola Has Open House For About 12.000 People ederal Court O'Kays Station's Decision (Continued from Page 1) of contract suit brought by the Massachusetts Universalist Conven- tion ...

6. Motion Picture Daily Jul-Sep 1945

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... . Love joy Funeral Services Tomorrow Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 17.—Fun- eral services for Frank W. Lovejoy, 74; chairman of the board of direc- tors of Eastman Kodak, who died yes- terday in Strong Memorial Hospital here, will be held on Wednesday in the First Universalist Church of Rochester ...

7. The Film Daily Jul-Sep 1945

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... . Pratchett, Para- mount division manager for South and Central America, who has re- (Continued on Page 18) Rites for Frank Lovejoy In Rochester Tomorrow Rochester—Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the First Universalist Church of Roches- ter for Frank William Lovejoy, 74, Eastman Kodak's board chairman ...

8. Motion Picture Daily Jan-Jun 1949

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... . George Ramsdell Brookline, Mass., June 22.—Fu- neral services will be held at the First Universalist Church in Maiden tomor- row for George Ramsdell, treasurer of Middlesex Amusement Co. of that city, who died last night at Melrose Nursing Home, Melrose ...

9. Motion Picture Daily Jul-Sep 1945

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... . Following the death of Eastman in 1934, Love- joy became president of the company, and in May, 1941, he was elected chairman of the board. Lovejoy died of a heart ailment. The body will lie in state in the First Universalist Church here from nine A.M ...

10. Motion Picture Daily Jul-Sep 1945

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... . Lovejoy, chairman of the board of directors, who died Sunday. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at two P. M. in First Universalist Church, with Eastman officers and business as- sociates acting as honorary bearers ...

11. Variety Jun 1948

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... , chairman of the Equity ticket committee. List of the shows and managements involved \yere sent to the managers by the committee, with a note of thanks. • Dr. Kdson Russell Miles, professor of homiletics and practical religion at St. Lawrence Univ. Canton, N. Y., for 31 years and a onetime stock company actor, has retired from tho college post. r Dr. Miles was formerly pastor of a Universalist church in ...

12. Broadcasting Jul-Sep 1949

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... executive commit- tee of the Better Business Bureau, and a member of the Bohemian, Rotary, San Francisco Press and Advertising Clubs. He is a Mason, a Republican and a Universalist. His philosophy of life, also gained through association with Mr. Young: Always retain the long range view and never allow immediate difficulties to becloud the ultimate goal. His philosophy on running a radio station: A local ...