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28 THE NEW YORK MAGAZINE PROGRAM [[image]] Presenting One of the very smart new evening gowns designed for formal holiday occasions. This lovely youthful design is of soft peach-beige Moire complemented by a graceful separate cape of transparent velvet and blue fox. Henri Bendel, Inc. 10 WEST FIFTY-SEVENTH STREET [[image]] "I'll try that combination in the corner" "I know a better combination than that - Liederkranz and beer" LIEDERKRANZ The original and only Liederkranz - a Borden product. PLACE PIQUALE 201 WEST 52nd ST. presenting twice nightly after theatre MARION CHASE FONTANA&COLES HARRY ROSENTHAL AND HIS ORCHESTRA DON ALFONZO'S TANGO BAND COUVERT ONE DOLLAR CIRCLE 7-4533 MARASCHINO THE MUSIC BOX 29 [[image]] Lena Rue NRA member [[image]] U.S. WE DO OUR PART Wear Kayser...you owe it to your audience At all smart shops and the Kayser stores 473 Fifth Ave., opposite Library 545 Fifth Ave., near 45th Street 584 Madison Ave., near 57th St. KAYSER HOSIERY • GLOVES UNDERWEAR © 1933 JULIUS KAYSER & CO. THE REVUE ACT I. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT INAUGURATED TOMORROW Mr. Hoover...Leslie Adams Mrs. Hoover...Helen Broderick Charlie...Hamtree Harrington BARBARA HUTTON TO WED PRINCE MDIVANI The Lackey...Harold Voeth Prince Hohenstein...Chester O'Brien Prince Donatelli...Jay Hunter Prince Austerliebe...Paul Pierce Prince DeLuneville...Harold Murray "HOW'S CHANCES?"...Sung by Miss Miller and Mr. Webb (Program Continued on Second Page Following) [[image]] [[image]] Exit the Sweet Cocktail... ENTER MARTINI AND ROSSI VERMOUTH Imported and Guaranteed by W.A.TAYLOR & CO.
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