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out to the Secretary of State for Scotland, Mr. John Colville, by Lord Provost P. J. Dollan when the Scottish

out to the Secretary of State for Scotland, Mr. John Colville, by Lord Provost P. J. Dollan when the Scottish

Secretary met the Emergency Committee of Glasgow Corporation on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Colville was told that the regulations meant that cinemas were open in Rutherglen and Giffnock. Opening cinemas in such districts would mean a danger of overcrowding, and the Lord Provost con
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£ra Editor : EDWARD W. BETTS. I THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1939 Seal* of charge* for 'WANTED ADVERTISEMENTS LATCST TIMS POP MCIIVIHO ADVTS. It a.m. WPPMPSPAY. _ BBEATRES. COMPANIES, ARTISTS, * mid MUSICIANS. ETC. WANTED. MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES FOP SALE. N« Adeertlsement «m InwrM unl
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ACADEMIES & SCHOOLS

ACADEMIES & SCHOOLS

Royal college or music (Incorporated by Royal Charter, Prince Consort-road, South London. S.W.T. . His Majesty the King. Patrons Her Majesty Queen Mary. President: H.R.H. The Duke of Kent K.G. _ Director; George Dyson, D.Mua. (Oxoni. F.8.C.M., Hon. R.A.M. Hon. Secretary: Charles
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ARTISTS WANTED

ARTISTS WANTED

ARTISTS to Join Theatre Acting Section. Moderate subacription. Also Igady or Gentleman desirous o£ learning Stage Management or Scenic design and nainUng. Premium required. Salary after apprenticeship. •• q•* Theatre. Kew Bridge. WANTED. Resident Musicians, Leader, Violin, Condu
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MELVIN

MELVIN

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ORCHESTRATIONS

ORCHESTRATIONS

TVORIS . OATLEY LESLIE EVANS Highest professional experience of stage, broadcasting, recording, contesting, comxnercial arranging, etc. Quick and effi- 6. Milton-avenue. Barnet. London, N 'Phone: Barnet 4593. . behalf of tb« ProprictorTiad PublUMr.. Th«uic-rubti»ti<». (.„o). Ud.
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOR SALE

FOR SALE

PIANOS, many Upright and Grands to clear. Steinway, Bechstcin, Baby Grands, etc. Prices at sacrifice. Hiring a speciality. Barker Piano Co., 68* Wcstow-street, London, 5.E.19. Livingstone 3377-8. AUTHORS AND COMPOSERS M« rttawMimiltf Mn M aMMtM fer Tn« In rnpMt at •a«' - I MMmwr
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHARLIE KUNZ

CHARLIE KUNZ

Clap hands hara comas Charlla 134, Mils Hill Lane, N.W.2. Clad. 3530 QERARD HEATH ASENGY Aldershot Hip. (10.30).—Vivian Palmer presents ** Visions of 1940 * with Eddie Leslie. Jean Adrianne, Walter Williams, Wilf Green's Kings Swing, etc. Kingston Kmp. (10.30). —Ernie Lotlnga in
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BARNEY JACOBS

BARNEY JACOBS

(■•nUn *1 Om AgMts* AnwMlni, IM4 PICCADILLY HOUSE, PICCADILLY CIRCUS, W.l PUm; ■•(.•Ml. aran, i“ JAMA US, LOUDON" REEVES & LAMPORT LOOTED T p——« or laum' übocutios, inJ DORLAND HOUSE, 14-16, REGENT STREET. 8.W.1 riMm, WUmUIMM-?-* , , _ TAnmm CaUn I "FaraMri,. Pice,. LenjM^ m»r.
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CANADA LIFE ASSURANCE C° Imcarf. m m Umiltd LiMUt Cmem IT CAN NEVER TURN OUT NICE AGAIN FOR YOU, UNLESS,

CANADA LIFE ASSURANCE C° Imcarf. m m Umiltd LiMUt Cmem IT CAN NEVER TURN OUT NICE AGAIN FOR YOU, UNLESS,

you on Endowment Policy with this Company. It it worth while. They ill tty to.”— It’> ennoying how time flies in Show Butinett end Money. Save little (or when it will certainly be needed. GUB DALE (By Appointment the Profession) A~ ■ ShaftßEWry Av—n>, LfA—, W.L CERrard 3303
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