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1. Photoplay Feb-Sep 1917

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... rliuto by Celebrity Studk EDNA HUNTER first attracted the "tired business man" as a musical-comedy songbird. Then she attracted the attention of the film managers. For a long time she was a Universalist, playing with Mary Fuller and King Baggot ...

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... \n application for involuntary assignment to the First Universalist Society was also recommended for denial in the same report. The application of this station for renewal was originally heard in Septemher, 1931, and it was recommended subsequently in Report No ...

3. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1932:Jan-Jun

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... Thursday, Jan. 14 - WABI t Pine Tree Broadcasting Corp., Bangor, Maine, renewal of license, 1200 kc. , 100 watts, unlimited time; Others notified - First Universalist Society of Bangor, Maine. WABI , First Universalist Society of Bangor, Bangor, Maine, involuntary assignment of license, 1200 kc., 100 w., unlimited time ...

4. Broadcasters’ News Bulletin 1931:June-Dec.

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... ; share with WCAT, , Involuntary assignment lie. to 1st Universalist Society of Bangor. WAR I ...

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... . BANGOR STATION REASSIGNED Finding that Station WaBI, Bangor, Maine, is not in the possession of the Licensee, the Pine Tree Broadcasting Corporation, the Commission this woek denied this station a renewal of license and assigned the facilities to the First Universalist Society of Bangor under an involuntary assignment with a specified schedule of operation ...

6. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1932:Jan-Jun

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... . , denied renewal of license. Also, WABI , First Universalist Society of Bangor, Me., involuntary assignment of license from Pine Tree Broadcasting Corp. to First Universalist Society of Bangor, to operate on 1200 kc, , 100 w ...

7. Reel and Slide Mar-Dec 1918

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... . Ashworth, Pastor, First Universalist Church, Sycamore, 111 5 Sees Projector in Every School—By Arthur E. Curtis, B.A 6 Canada's Rookies Study German Army Pictures 6 Analysis of Test on Yellowstone, Aid to Instructor Using Screen —By A. C. Derr, D.D ...

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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 ...

9. Broadcasters’ News Bulletin 1932:July-1933:Mar.

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... March 4, 1933 MISCELLjlMEOUS COMMISSIOF ACTION XPPC Pasadena Presbyterian Church Pasadena, California WIOBN V/ICDF, Proadcasting Corn. Youngstown, Ohio XABI First Universalist Society of Tango r Sa,ngor, Maine WSUI State University of lov/a Iowa City, Iowa WLS Agricultural Broadcasting Co ...

10. The Exhibitor Jun-Oct 1939

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... .” MERLE GILKS, Worcester, is subbing in E. M. Loew’s Universalist Marlboro. Modern, managed by ALFRED F. WINSTON, and Marlboro, managed by JAMES T. Mc- MANUS, entertained hundreds of boys at special performances during Boys Week. Haverhill M. and P ...

11. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1936:Jan-Jun

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... Broa.dcasting Service, Inc. , licensee of WABI from the First Universalist Society of Bangor to an individual, Frederick B. Simpson; KSD , The Pulitzer Publishing Co., St. Louis, Mo., license to cover CP authorizing increase in night power to 1 KW, day power to 5 KW, and special authority to operate 1 KW night with directional antenna ...

12. Radio Announcers 1933

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... . In the course of his career he met Miss Marion Munson at the Universalist Church of Bridgeport. They married September 28, 1928. His wife is a descendant of John Howland, of Mayflower fame. Their only child, Constance Howland Havrilla, was named after the distinguished ancestor ...

13. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1933:Jan-Jun

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... . Miscellaneous KPPC , Pasadena Presbyterian Church, Pasadena, Calif., denied auth. to operate from midnight to 6 a.m. PST, with 100 w. power in order to test; UABI , First Universalist Society, Bangor, Me., granted spec, auth, to operate from 3 to 5 p.m., EST, March 12; WLS . Agr. Brdcstg. Co., Chicago, Ill ...

14. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1933:Jan-Jun

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... ; 17ABI , First Universalist Society of Bangor, Me., granted spec. temp. auth. to operate from 3 to 4 p.m., EST, April 16; MLPM , John B. Cooley, Minot, N. Dak., regular license extended until April 30, pending installation of frequency monitor ...

15. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1933:Jan-Jun

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... . Set For Hearing Now, Raymond M. Brannon, CP for new station, 1500 kc., 100 w., daytime; facilities of KF0R; V/ABI « First Universalist Society of Bangor, Maine, mod. of lie. to in¬ crease hours of operation from specified to unltd. time ...

16. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1933:Jul-Dec

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... . X X X X X X X DECISIONS OF THE FEDERAL RADIO COMMISSION Applications Granted (July 25, 1933) WABI, First Universalist Society of Bangor, Maine, authority to remain silent for a period of 3 days in order to move transmitter to another room; KUSD ...

17. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1932:Jan-Jun

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... . First Universalist Society of Bangor, Maine, install automatic frequency control; WHOM . New Jersey Broadcasting Corp., Jersey City, N. J. , modification of license to change from sharing with WBMS, Hackensack, N. J ...

18. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1932:Jul-Dec

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... . First Universalist Society of Bangor, Maine, Bangor, Me. , modification of license for change in specified hours of operation; WMCA, Knickerbocker Broadcasting Co. , Inc., New York N. Y., special temporary authority to use auxiliary at 1697 Broad ...

19. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1932:Jul-Dec

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... ; 329 application for amateur station licenses. X X X X X X DECISIONS OF THE FEDERAL RADIO COMMISSION Applications Granted (October 3, 1932) WABI . First Universalist Society of Bangor, Me. , modifica¬ tion of license to change specified hours of operation, on 1200 kc,. . 100 w ...

20. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1932:Jul-Dec

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... DECISIONS OF THE FEDERAL RADIO COMISSION Applications Granted WABI , First Universalist Society of Bangor, Me., grant¬ ed spec. auth. to operate from 3 to 5 p.ra., Nov. 20; WJEJ , A.V. Tidmore, Hagerstown, Md ...

21. Broadcasters’ News Bulletin 1931:June-Dec.

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... ^ First Universalist Society, Bangor, Maine Determine license power by direct measurement of antenna input. Involuntary assignment of licenr-.e to Pine Tree Broadcast ing Corporation. S3C0HD ZO'iLB 2-IICLB-905 WTAR WTAR Radio Corporation, Mod. Lie. increase ...

22. Motion Picture Magazine Aug 1917-Feb 1918

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... ." Look up April 1917 Classic. E. A. J.—You might write the photogra- phers. A picture of Billie Burke in Febru- ary and July 1916 Classic. EILEEN SEDGWICK IS THE LATEST UNIVERSALIST TO CATCH THE EQUESTRIENNE FEVER ...

23. Broadcasting Apr-Jun 1950

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... licensed stations to broadcast par- ticular programs." Mr. Fly presented arguments ★ in the U. S. Circuit Court of Ap- peals, Boston, in the suit brought against WLAW Lawrence, Mass., by the Massachusetts Universalist Convention ...

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... & Webb Broadcasting Co., Providence, R. I.— Modification of license to use 630 kc., 250 watts, unlimited time. WABI—First Universalist Society, Bangor, Maine—Modification of license to increase time to unlimited, 1200 kc., 100 watts. WHDH —Matheson Radio Co., Inc., Boston, Mass ...

25. Exhibitors Herald Apr-Jun 1920

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... . Such persons, and they make up the reading element of theatredom, will be interested in the following account. "Broken Blossoms," D. W. Griffith's United Artists' production, was recently exhibited at the Universalist church, Bridgeport, Conn ...

26. Reel and Slide Mar-Dec 1918

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... . We use the pictures only in the evening service which we emphasize as educational Minister of Universalist Church in City of 4,000 Gives Results of Three Years Work With Films and Slides—Plan Proves Success By Rev. G. H ...

27. Variety February 1915

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... . William Wallace Rose, Second Universalist Church While playing in Boston last April the company received a letter from William Wallace Rose, Minister of the Second Universalist Church of that city, as follows: "I was much taken with your splendid entertainment, which I witnessed last Monday afternoon, and am particu- larly anxious to know the name of the first selection played by your trio ...

28. Variety December 1954

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... . An Otis Skinner Memorial plaque has been presented to the Universalist Church here by the actor’s daughter, Cornelia Otis Skinner. Skinner’s father and grandfather were ministers in the Universalist Church, and the star spent his last days in Woodstock ...

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... ; Eev. W. H. McPherson, Universalist Church. Joliet, 111; and Mr. H. E. Downer, Friendly House, Davenport, Iowa. The Wilmerding, Pa., Y. M. C. A. secured films for 12 week nights from the National Board of Censorship in New York City ...

30. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1932:Jul-Dec

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... . Americus Broadcast Co., Americus, Ga. 1420 kc., 100 w., daytime; WBBL , Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church, Richmond, Va., 1210 kc., 100 w., spec, hours, Sundays only; u’ABI . First Universalist Society of Bangor, Me., 1200 kc., 100 w., specified hours ...

31. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1931:Jan-Jun

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... APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BY FEDERAL RADIO COMMISSION November 9 - WABI , First Universalist Society of Bangor, Bangor, Maine, involuntary assignment of license from Pine Tree Broadcasting Corp.; WTAR-WPOR , WTAR Radio Corporation, Norfolk, Va ...

32. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1931:Jan-Jun

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... . for new station, 1200 kc., 15 w. , share with WCAT. Also, WABI . Pine Tree Broadcasting Corp., Bangor, Me., requests involuntary assignment of license to First Universalist Society of Bangor; WASH . WASH Broadcasting Corp ...

33. Visual Education Jan-Dec 1922

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... . "What they have and what they should have" will then be placed before the taxpayers. Logansport. The Rev. C. "Wellington Holmes, pastor of the Universalist Church, has inaugurated a winter program of motion-picture shows, supplanting the regular Sunday eve- ning preaching services ...

34. Broadcasting Jan-Mar 1950

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... - (chusetts Universalist convention against WLAW Lawrence. Suit alleged breach of contract in WLAW's refusal to broadcast a sermon on last Easter Sunday. It asked damages and an order forc- ing WLAW to broadcast the ser- mon next Easter ...

35. Motion Picture News Jan-Feb 1919

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... . Dean Ellenwood, Universalist Minister. At his church, for the evening of Sunday, November 17, a " war " lecture by a celebrated California educator was booked. A great mass meeting was planned for the Congregational church to have a prominent Chicago judge for attraction ...

36. Moving Picture Age Jan-Dec 1920

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... ." Those who have the best interests of the moving picture at heart and who have tried to bring the church and theater into ac- cord will be interested to learn that "Broken Blossoms," D. W. Griffith's United Artists production, was recently exhibited at the Universalist church, Bridgeport, Conn ...

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... . Skinner's father was a Universalist minister, • noted through- out New England for his sermons, which have been described as "gems of good English, of high thought and eloquence." The mother of C)tis Skin- ner was a landscape painter of no mean ability ...

38. Broadcasting Oct-Dec 1956

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... —m.c.-musician (Tonight and Steve Allen Show), biographer (The Funny Men), short story writer (14 for Tonight), part- time preacher (New York's Universalist Church of the Divine Paternity), humorist (Bop Fables), lyricist ("The Bachelor"), composer ("Allen Plays Allen"), songwriter ("Let's Go To Church Next Sunday Morn- ing ...

39. 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 ...

41. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1936

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... . Both of them taught me carefully the militant rhythms of American drum technique. Mother was a soloist in the Church of the Transfiguration. Father sang bass in the Universalist Church." And standing beside the family square piano while his mother's fingers raced over the yellow keys Nelson learned that the flooding melody that sounded within the rosewood box had its basis in a special science ...

42. The Film Daily Jan-Mar 1934

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... ) Theater and Church Boston—Church services are being held Sundays in the new Coolidge Corner Theater, Brookline, built on the former site of the Beacon Universalist Church. Morris Sharaf, head of the theater com- pany, allows the church to use the theater free on the Sabbath ...

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... ., unlimited time. WICC—Bridgeport Broadcasting Station, Bridgeport, Conn.— Modification of license to use 600 kc., 500 watts, 500 watts additional experimentally until local sunset. June 21, 1933 WABI—First Universalist Society of Bangor, Bangor, Me.—Modifi ...

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... ., unlimited time. WICC—Bridgeport Broadcasting Station, Bridgeport, Conn.— Modification of license to use 500 watts night power experi¬ mentally. June 21, 1933 WABI—First Universalist Society of Bangor, Maine—Modification of license to use 1200 kc ...

45. The Educational Screen Jan 1930 - Nov 1931

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... 142 The Educational Screen anti-Hayes war. "Let the Movie Producers Sue All of Us", from the Christian Leader, Universalist, is a short, terse challenge that thrills any reader: If the Motion Picture Producers start suit against The Churchman they will have the whole religious press on their necks, and a chance to start suit against all the rest of the papers ...

46. The Film Daily Jul-Dec 1929

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... . Rivoli, may blossom out as a legit, producer one of these days. He has in mental process a murder play—oh, yes, it has a new twist— to be done in collaboration with a newspaper man War- ren Nolan, of United Artists, went to Chicago Friday to attend the Illinois-Army football game Henry Bate, genial Universalist, relates ...

47. Moving Picture World Nov-Dec 1926

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... . He also made a big hook-up with a chain store grocery, which used 25,000 paper bags specially printed. Many Qood Ideas for The Flaming Frontier Andy Sharick, Universalist, sat in with the Eckel theatre, Syracuse, N. Y ...

48. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1926

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... , with "Don't kill a child, or you'll be Outside the Law." Co-operating with Universalist Jack Mere- dith, he used one inch scatters all through the newspapers, and pleased the Kiwanians immensely. It helped him to get permission to use a bucking Ford that clearly was Outside the Law, and ...

49. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1926

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... . This Phantom Stunt Is Qenerally Qood C. T. Lounsbury, Denver Universalist, is credited with a stunt for Phantom of the Opera that is as good for many other titles He worked it out for the Shuler Auditorium, Raton, N. M ...

50. Moving Picture World Nov-Dec 1925

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... . Hooked Hardware to Fashion Show Ever try hooking a hardware store to a fashion show? No one ejse eye- ".J, that we recall, until Richard Brown. Camera- phone Theatre, Pittsburgh .ced in with Universalist Lon B. Ram ...

51. Moving Picture World Sep-Oct 1925

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... . Louis, which is just across the river from the big town. It was not very long, but it was long enough to suit Phil Cohn, of the Lyric Theatre. Maurice Davis, Universalist, discovered the interesting fact and passed it along to Cohn along with the booking for Dangerous In- nocence ...

52. Moving Picture World Sep-Oct 1925

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... ., Daubs of paint around the edge helped the suggestion. Qirls in a Contest Carried the Banner Aided by a Universalist, Pop Hartman, Leff and Beglichter, of the Star Theatre, in the Bronx section of New York, staged a bathing beauty contest to put over ...

53. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1925

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... 40 MOV I A > G PICTURE WORLD July 4. 1925 Innocence Stills Fine for Barbers Universalist Davis, of St. Louis, had all the barber shops he wanted when they played Dangerous Innocence at the Kings and Rivoli theatres ...

54. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1925

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... . Sohm, of the Belasco Theatre, Quincy, 111., took counsel with Universalist Maurice Davis, because he had Denny in The Fast Worker as his at- traction. Dr. Davis prescribed newspaper work and lots of it, and helped him to land on both papers ...

55. Exhibitor's Trade Review May-Aug 1925

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... . The page, arranged by Al McGinness in charge of Goldman's publicity, and Maurice Davis, Universalist, was sold to the Yahlem Automobile Company on the tie-up its title afforded. Yahlem, who is the recognized leader in the re- conditioned automobile sales field in St ...

56. Exhibitor's Trade Review May-Aug 1925

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... . With their names and ad- dresses on the slips, these were to be brought to the Pullman within a given time—after the completion of the pic- ture's run. Those who assembled the picture and then could not identify it, reasoned Maurice Davis, Universalist who de- vised the contest, could see "Let 'Er Buck ...

57. Exhibitor's Trade Review May-Aug 1925

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... ; and "Charley's Aunt," plus vaudeville, at another. Quincy Folk Believe the News Knowing that the people of Quinc\ and its surrounding territory have un- questioned faith in whatever they read in their newspaper, Maurice Davis, Universalist who conducted Sohm's campaign, used these mediums to "sell" the Denny ...

58. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1925

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... . The cost was split between the houses and the association. Bill Goldman, of the theatres, was the prime mover, with his assistant manager, Al Marks, and Maurice Davis, Universalist helping. A VIVID FRONT ON STRAIGHT THROUGH FROM BIRMINGHAM The banner was bright red with white letters and arrow and the base of the centerpiece was the same red ...

59. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1924

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... 5b MOVING PICTURE WORLD July 5, 1924 J. M Edgar Hart Has Another Idea A Universal Release A GOOD TIE-UP ON SPORTING YOUTH FROM DALLAS, TEXAS This was arranged by Jack Meredith, Universalist for the Palace Theatre, hooking to the leading ...

60. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1924

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... . Costa, of Warner Brothers, worked out the details with Charles Fuller, Executive Secretary of the Board of Trade. A Universal Release THREE GOOD EXAMPLES OF ADVERTISING BOOK CLASSICS IN THE PUBLIC LIBRARIES These were planned by Ay Feinman, Universalist, for the run of The Hunchback of Notre Dame at the Stillman ...

61. Moving Picture World Mar-Apr 1924

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... . Specified Pennies Another Universalist, W. P. Allen, work- ing with A. J. Sonosky, of an unnamed house, was putting over Around the World in 80 Days, an old serial. He picked on the penny matinee to put the first chapter over, but it was not merely a penny matinee ...

62. Moving Picture World Jan-Feb 1924

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... . Now and then Mitchell forgets something, but generally it is not worth remembering. The worth while things are the things he does. A Lady of Quality Held Up a Mirror Trevor Faulkner, of the Majestic Theatre, Austin, Texas, connived with Jack Meredith, Universalist, to get extra attention for his display on A Lady of Quality ...

63. Moving Picture World Nov-Dec 1923

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... local flatiron building with huge signs telling the world it would miss something if it did not see Main Street. It made a nice flash at a small cost. Offered Free Taxis for Merry-Go-Round Through the efforts of Universalist Jack Meredith, Manager E. B ...

64. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1923

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... . The campaign was planned and put over by Charles E. Kurtzman, of the theatre staff, and D. M. Vandawalker, Jr., Universalist. Add Mr. Bank Add the name of H. Bank, manager of the Cinderella Theatre, Williamson, W. Va ...

65. Moving Picture World Mar-Apr 1923

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... . Elli- son, of the Princess Theatre, Denver, to make a two-reel Century Comedy, The Kid Reporter, a greater attraction than the longer feature. With the aid of Al G. Birch, his publicity man, and T. B. McCormick, Universalist, he planned a prize contest for the best im- personation of Baby Peggy, the tiny star of the comedy ...

66. Moving Picture World Jan-Feb 1923

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... . Cut all that stuff out and work for the laughs—having in mind a proper sense of humor. Quick Sales Fred V. Greene, ex-Paramountcer and ex- Universalist, present manager of the Rialto Theatre, Jamaica, N. Y., asked a local milli- ner to put in a display of Norma Hats to help him sell "The Eternal Flame ...

67. Moving Picture World Nov-Dec 1922

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... . Hired Real Arabs for ''Under Two Flags" Since New York is the center for Arab acrobats who are not playing, it was no trick at all for Jack Staub, Universalist, to dig up a couple for the Bishop Theatre, Hoboken, for "Under Two Flags ...

68. Moving Picture World Nov-Dec 1922

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... . It not only drew extra business for the extra nights, but it brought the entire town out at least once, since the stunts were framed so that at least one would appeal to practically everyone. Pigs Is Publicity Ellis Parker Butler wrote that "Pigs is pigs," but Jack Staub, Universalist, argues that they are publicity ...

69. Photoplay 1 Jul 1919 - 31 Dec 1919

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... . Thus we might have set opposite to each other the Catholic Church and the Sal- vation Army, or the Episcopalian and the "Holy Roller," or the Emerson Universalist and the African Baptist. But my setting resembles nothing great or small, elegant or inelegant, passionate of dispassionate, that has ever been seen in Christian worship ...

70. Moving Picture World 1 Sep 1917 - 29 Sep 1917

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... . He is at present a Universalist, but has been with the Vitagraph. Lubin and Lasky Western companies. Some of the best remembered plays in which she has been seen are The Girl in the Gar- ret, The Red Stain, The Telltale Clue, The Lawyer's Secret and Moun- tain Blood ...

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... . Episcopal 14 Madison Avenue Syna- gogue, Jewish 15 Fifth Avenue Synagogue, Jewish 16 First Methodist 17 Dr. Hall’s Presbyterian 18 Messiah, Unitarian 19 Fifth Avenue Universalist Hospitals. 1 Bellevue 2 Mt. Sinai 3 St. Luke’s 4 Homeopathic 5 ...

72. Variety July 1950

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... by the Massachusetts Universalist Convention* Boston, was upheld by the U. S. Court of Appeals here last week, following similar action by the lower court several months ago. The Universalist organization al- leged in the suit that WLAW had refused use of its facilities for a script prepared for Easter Sunday, April 17, 1949, broadcast. Group claimed it was in direct violation of contract with the ...

73. Business Screen Magazine Jan-Dec 1968

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... ); World Within Our Reach (Uni- tarian Universalist C^hurch); Target: Occtipa- tional Therapy; A Way of Life (American Oc- cupational Therapy .Association). TV Spots (public service): for National Conference of Christians and Jews, National ...

74. Business Screen Magazine Jan 1961 - Dec 1962

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... : Symiihuini Hall Merger Serv- ice (Universalist-Unitarian Assn.); Fifty Years of Service (Industrial Stainless Steel Corp.) ; Kings Chapel Service (American Unitarian Assn.); College Opportunities (Lloyd Bemis) ; Careers (Northeastern Univ.) ; Means, political ...

75. 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 ...

76. 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 ...

77. 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 ...

78. Motion Picture Herald Sep-Oct 1937

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... . Ten- tative increases to test out public reaction were reported satisfactorily received. The method by which the scales are to be revised is explained in the story on page 21. Asks Church Support Support by the church for the motion pic- ture industry's policy of self-government was urged upon the Maine Universalist conven- tion in Bangor by Carl E ...

79. The Film Daily Jul-Sep 1937

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... • • • ADDRESS by Carl E. Milliken of the Hays office yesterday afternoon before the Maine Universalist convention in Bangor dwelling upon the subjects of char- acter building, unselfishness, self-control, self-sacrifice ...

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... . NEW — Alexandria Broadcasting Co., Inc., Alexandria, La. — Granted construction permit (amended) for 1420 kc., 100 watts, day¬ time only. WABI — First Universalist Society of Bangor, Bangor, Maine — Granted consent to voluntary assignment of license to the Community Broadcasting Service (a Maine corpora¬ tion) . WREN ...

81. International Photographer Jan-Dec 1935

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... . "Early in the forties there were only three preachers in Springfield — Methodist, Baptist and Presbyterian. One day a young fellow showed up and announced that he intended to organize a Universalist Church there ...

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... —First Universalist Society of Bangor, Bangor, Maine— Voluntary assignment of license to Community Broadcast¬ ing Service. Second Zone WWSW—Walker and Downing Radio Corp., Pittsburgh, Pa.— Construction permit to change transmitter site, exact location to be determined ...

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... . SPECIAL AUTHORIZATIONS GRANTED WABI—First Universalist Society of Bangor, Me.—To operate daily except Sunday: 9 a. m. to 2 p. m., 6 to 10 p. m.; Sunday: 6 a. m. to 3 p. m., 6 to 9 p. m., EDST instead of EST, for period from June 1 and during the daylight saving time period, but not later than September 1, 1934. WGAL—WGAL, Inc., Lancaster, Pa ...

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... . (No change in hours of operation.) WHEC—WHEC, Inc., Rochester, N. Y.—Granted modification of license to increase day power from 500 watts to 1 KW. WABI—First Universalist Society of Bangor, Maine—Granted special temporary authority to operate from 2 to 6 p. m., EDST, July 16. WHDL ...

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... . Paul’s Universalist Church of Rutland. RENEWAL OF BROADCAST PICKUP LICENSES The Division granted renewal of licenses for the following sta¬ tions in exact conformity with existing licenses, for period Nov. 1, 1934 to Nov. 1, 1935: KIEO, Airfan Radio Corp ...

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... ¬ cation for renewal. KGVO—Mosby’s, Inc., Missoula, Mont.—Present license extended 1200 for three months from December 1, 1934, subject to such action as may be taken on pending application for renewal. WABI—First Universalist Society of Bangor, Maine ...

87. The Film Daily Jan-Jun 1933

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... $100,000 actually on deposit at a bank. The men, Morris Sharaf and Joseph and Max Levenson, plan a theater on the site of the Beacon Universalist Church. FOX TITLE CHANGE "Best of Enemies" is the revised title for the Fox's "5 Cents a Glass," in which Charles (Buddy ...

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... ¬ ity to use present equipment as auxiliary. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED First Zone WJEJ—Hagerstown Broadcasting Co., Hagerstown, Md.—Invol¬ untary assignment of license from A. V. Tidmore. WABI—First Universalist Society of Bangor, Bangor, Me.—Modi ...

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... - ■ ■ 1 night, daily, EST. WABI—1st Universalist Society of Bangor, Maine—Granted special temporary authority to operate from 3 to 4 p. m., EST, April 16. WESG—-Cornell University, Elmira, N. Y.—Granted authority to operate until 8 p. m. EST April 16. WCAD—St ...

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... ; facilities of KFOR. WABI—1st Universalist Society of Bangor, Me.—Modification of license to increase hours of operation from specified to un¬ limited time. WFI—WFI Broadcasting Co., Philadelphia, Pa.—Modification of license to increase power from 500 watts to 1 KW. (Shares with WLIT.) WLIT—Lit Bros ...

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... . FEDERAL RADIO COMMISSION ACTION APPLICATIONS GRANTED First Zone WABI—First Universalist Society of Bangor, Bangor, Maine.— Granted authority to remain silent for a period of three days in order to move transmitter to another room. Second Zone WSEN ...

92. Radio Age 1927

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... . 254 WABI 1st Universalist Church Bangor, Me. 240 WABO Hickson Elec. Co., Inc Rochester, N. V. 278 WABQ Haverford College Radio Club Haverford, Pa. 261 WABR Scott High School. Toledo, Ohio 263 WABW College of Wooster ...

93. Radio Age 1927

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... . 204 WWNC Chamber of Commerce.-. Asheville, X. C. 254 The Magazine of the Hour WABF Markle Broadcasting Corp Pringleboro, Pa. 411 WABI 1st Universalist Church Bangor, Me. 240 WABO Hickson Electric Co ...

94. Radio Age 1927

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... •_ New York, N. Y. 316 WABF Markle Broadcasting Corp Pringleboro, Pa. 411 WABI 1st Universalist Church Bangor, Me. 240 WABO Hickson Electric Co., Inc Rochester, N. Y. 278 WABR Scott High School ...

95. Radio Age 1927

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... . 316 WABF Markle Broadcasting Corp.. .Pringleboro, Pa. 411 WABI 1st Universalist Church Bangor, Me. 240 WABO Hickson Electric Co., Inc Rochester, N. Y. 278 WABR Scott High School _ Toledo, Ohio 263 WABW College of Wooster ...

96. Radio Age 1927

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... . 384 WABB Harrisburg Radio Co Harrisburg, Pa. 204 WABC Atlantic Broadcasting Corp New York, N. Y. 316 WABF Markle Broadcasting Corp Pringleboro, Pa. 411 WABI 1st Universalist Church Bangor, Me ...

97. Radio Age 1927

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... . 316 VVABF Markle Broadcasting Corp Pringleboro, Pa. 280 WABI 1st Universalist Church Bangor, Me. 270 WABO Hickson Electric Co., Inc Rochester, N. Y. 278 WABP Keystone Broadcast Co Philadelphia, Pa ...

98. Radio Age 1927

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... . Nelson Newark, N. J. 349 F. V. Bremer.. Jersey City, N. J. 246 Omaha Grain Exchange Omaha, Nebr. 375 Atlantic Broadcasting Corp New York, N. Y. 326 Markle Broadcasting Corp Pringleboro, Pa. 205 1st Universalist Church.. .....Bangor, Me ...

99. Radio Age 1927

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... . J. 246 WAAW Omaha Grain Exchange Omaha, Nebr. 375 WABC Atlantic Broadcasting Corp New York, N. Y. 326 WABF Markle Broadcasting Corp Pringleboro, Pa. 205 WABI 1st Universalist Church _._ Bangor, Me. 389 WABO Hickson, Electric Co ...

100. Radio Age 1927

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... . 375 WABC Atlantic Broadcasting Corp New York, N. Y. 326 WABF Markle Broadcasting Corp. Pringleboro, Pa. 205 WABI 1st Universalist Church Bangor, Me. 389 WABO Hickson, Electric Co., Inc Rochester, N. Y. 232 WABQ Keystone Broadcasting Co _ Philadelphia, Pa ...