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[[image: line drawing of Cleo Brown]]
[[caption]] A specialist in black and white keys, Miss Brown has been placed in the class of Duke Ellington and Earl Hines. Her own superb compositions coupled with her unique style at the piano has won her much praise from the metropolitan critics. We've just been informed of her new cinema offers. [[/caption]]

[[image: black and white photo of J. C. Johnson]]

[[caption]] J. C. JOHNSON, a name synonymous of Tin Pan Alley and whose "Travelin' All Alone," "Little Black Boy," "Trhee Kisses", and "Crying My Heart Out For You" have made him "tops" among the country's leading composers. [[/caption]]

[[image: black and white photo of facade of Roxy Theatre, Denver]]
[[caption]] One of the most beautiful Theatres in the West is the Roxy Theatre, in Denver, Colorado.

Mr. T. S. Williams, "Show-Down" representative, has his offices in this modern building. [[/caption]]
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