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OPENS MONDAY JUNE 4th BELMONT PARK America's Greatest Racing TOBOGGAN HANDICAP 3 Yr. olds and upwards FASHION STAKES For Fillies Daily through June 23rd. A fine program of classic racing events, including the famous BELMONT STAKES, June 23rd. CHILDREN NOT ADMITTED FIRST RACE 1:30 P.M. Daily Double Closes 1:15 P.M. ADMISSION $1.60 (Tax Included) Train Service from Penna. Sta., N. Y., and Flatbush Ave., Bklyn. Also 6th and 8th Ave. Subway to Parson Blvd. Station connects with bus to track. BUY MORE WAR BONDS Par for Character and Taste ATLANTIS IMPORTERS & DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 11 W. 42nd ST., N.Y.C. 18 Telephone: CH 4-5841 BREWED IN AMERICA TO REPLACE EUROPEAN BEERS ADAM SCHEIDT BREWING CO., Norristown, Pa. Berman, Berard, etc; Photographs 1915-1945 by Paul Strand. Daily 12-7, Sun 1-7. Adm. 30c. PREZZI, WILMA--Paintings of Chinese porcelains and bronzes, some in the collection of C. T. Loo. Knoedler, 14 E 57. Thru June 8. MODERNIST SURVEY--European and American moderns numbering 37, represented by at least a drawing; some by sculpture of particular merit, others by paintings: Lehmbruck, Laurens, Barlach, Lachaise; Feininger, Klee, Moore, Masson; Kokoschka, Lipchitz, Leger etc. Buchholz, 32 E 57. PRINTMAKERS--Thirty-five experimental workers in the art of engraving and etching, show in a group as Atelier 17. Leading spirit is William Hayter. Among the adherents: Lipchitz, Chagall, Hugo, Lasansky of Argentina, Norton, Fuller, Becker, Drewes. Willard, 32 E 57. OTHER SHOWS--The sculpture of Jacob Epstein at American-British Art Center, 46 W 56. . . .Paintings by de Hirsch Margules at Feigl, 601 Mad. at 57. . . .Watercolors by Alfonso Ossorio and mosaics by John Stephan at Brandt, 15 E 57. , , , Arthur Schwieder and his students at Bonestell, 18 E 57. . . .Rudolf Pen at Carstairs, 11 E 57. . . .Watercolor survey, from Homer to the present, at Brooklyn Museum, Eastern Pkway., Bklyn. . . .New installation of Greek Art at Metropolitan Museum, Fifth at 82nd. Auctions PARKE-BERNET GALLERIES--30 E 57. PL 3-7573. Thurs, Fri, May 31, June 1--Sale 2 pm of English and French furniture and decorations, art objects. Mrs. Arthur Garrels and other owners. . . . .Wed, Thurs, June 6, 7--Sale 2 pm of Period furniture and decorative objects. Paintings by Canaletto, Gerome, Henner, others. Fri, June 9--Sale 2 pm of English and French furniture and decorations. Estate of the late Mrs. B. F. Jones, Jr. Miscellaneous "FORWARD TO VICTORY"--Thru June 30--Exhibit of battlefield curios sponsored by City Bank Club, National City Bank, 52 Wall St. Second floor. Wkdays, 10 am-5 pm. ex Tues & Thurs, 10 am- 8 pm. Sat to 3 pm. Closed Sun. Free. MAJOR GLENN MILLER SHOW--June 5--All-star show & soldier pageant. Paramount Thea, B'way & 43. Admission by purchase of war bonds from $25 to $10,-000. Reservations at box office and other leading movie theatres. 8:30 pm. MUSEUM OF MODERN ART GARDEN-- --Now open for season. Luncheon daily ex Sun at 12-2:30 pm. Tea daily incl. Sun at 4-6 pm. 30c adm. to Museum. WASHINGTON SQUARE ART SHOW--Thru June 10--Famous old show goes on again at south and west corners of Washington Square. Music(Concerts) CARNEGIE HALL--7th Av at 57. CI 7-7460. Sun, June 3--3 pm. Philharmonic, Ormandy, cond. Rudolf Serkin, pianist. Handel-Ormandy, Concerto for orchestra in D; Haydn, Symphony No. 88; Beethoven, 1st piano concerto. For free tickets write U.S. Rubber Co., Radio Dept., 1230 Sixth Ave. N. Y. C. CHRIST CHURCH--Park Ave. & 60th St. Tues, June 3--8:30 pm. Benefit concert for Relief of the Children of France. Greater New York Chorus, Edgar Varese, cond. 14th to 16th cent. music. Tickets, $3, from American Friends Service Comm., 241 Lex. Av. LE 2-0868. VICTORY CONCERTS--Auspices Juilliard School, Metropolitan Museum, N.Y. Public Library. Free. Sat, June 2--5:30 pm. Room 213, Public Library. Ruth Geiger, piano; Dorothy Minty, violin; Charles Haywood, tenor. Program of contempo-[[unfinished word]] CUE, published weekly by Cue Publishing Co., Inc., Orange, Conn. Archbold van Beuren, Pres.; O. D. Keep, Publisher & Editor; Ralf Coykendall, Vice-Pres. & Adv. Dir.; Mortimer Glankoff, Vice-Pres,; Allan E. Aird, Treas. and Circulation & Bus. Mgr.; Jean B. Bingham, Secy. & Classified Adv. Mgr.; J. Wallace Winslow, Jr., Asst. Secy.-Treas.; Printed in U.S.A. Copyright 1945 by Cue Publishing Co. Inc. Entered as second class matter June 27, 1940 at Post Office, Orange, Conn., under the act of March 3 1879. Subscription $3 per year, $4.50 for 2 years, $6 for 3 years.
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