Anything May Happen - Sunday, March 28, 1948
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GREETINGS

Mayor Duch and Chief Dooling, titular heads and guiding officers of Trentonís far-flung police system, have expressed their enthusiastic approval of the spirit and diligence of the rank and file that has made possible tonightís production.

 
Honorable

ANDREW J. DUCH

Mayor
and
Director of Public Safety

 

           My years of close contact with the Police Department have enabled me to observe the fine spirit exemplified in the annual production of the Patrolmenís Benevolent Associationís show.
           The splendid co-operation accorded this annual event in previous years clearly

demonstrates the confidence of the people by their generous support.
           I am very happy for the opportunity to publicly endorse and recommend such a worthwhile event, which affords fine entertainment to the people and is a great booster of morale for the members of the Department.

 

Honorable

WILLIAM A. DOOLING

Chief
of the
Trenton Police Department

 
 

           The official greetings and welcome of the Trenton Police Department is extended to the patrons of the Police Show, with the wish that you will enjoy the wholesome entertainment displayed in ďAnything May Happen.Ē

     The men of the Department have worked,

unselfishly in preparation of this show, the sale of seats has been gratifying, and its fine reception is symbolic of the feeling of good will which exists between Trentonís citizens and the uniformed defenders of their interests and property. This exemplifies that fine spirit of harmony necessary in community life.

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"ANYTHING MAY HAPPEN"
GRAND REVISION OF ALL-POLICE MINSTREL

PRESENTED BY P.B.A. No.11

Sgt. JOHN MOONEY, Director

GEORGE GILBERT, Radio Dis. FRANK KRAMER, Co-Directors

Circle

MICHAEL TRAVERS, Interlocutor
Petie Hutchinson
Joseph Barrett
Leon Foley
William Sullivan
Edw. Weirszbowski
Lige Hutton
Francis Daily
George Ecker
William Driber
John McKeever
Nick Lichtfus
Edw. Kelly
Frank Barrelowski
Robert Schultz
Fred Price
Wm. Clancy
Stanley Chorazy
Paul Whenry
Richard Mooney
Michael Dobay
Michael LaRossa
Joseph Schnorbus
John McCormick
Elio Riccardi
Al Callahan
Raymond Papszycki
Fred Ecker
Fred Sigafoos
Pat Nardelli
Carl Worob

End Men
Robert Quinn
Arthur Galinet
Lt. George Gilbert
Sgt. John Mooney
Frank Kramer
William Winston

Program
LIGE HUTTON .............. Little Town in the Old Country Down
WILLIAM WINSTON ...................................... If He Comes In

SOFT SHOE SPECIALTY
By the P.B.A.'s Own Dance Trio

FRED PRICE .................................................. Now Is the Hour
FRANK KRAMER ................. The Lord Done Lift Up My Soul

Premier Showing of "The One and Only" Troupe of Its Kind

"THE P.B.A.'s RHYTHM RASCALS"
MICHAEL TRAVERS ................................................ Ballerina
Sgt. JOHN MOONEY ................... I'll Dance At Your Wedding
JOHN McCORMICK ................... When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
GEORGE E. GILBERT ..................................... Its A Good Day
CLOSING NUMBER .................................. By Entire Company

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, BE PREPARED FOR ANY SURPRISES
REMEMBER
"ANYTHING MAY HAPPEN"

Make Up by Joe Moran       Music and Arrangements, Ray Botschart and His Boys

BEFORE THE SHOW NONSENSE
Mike LaRossa, Sgt. John A. Mooney, John Tonne, Col. Casper, Kelly & Sparks

Organ and Solovox loaned through courtesy of Mifflin Piano Company

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STAGE SHOW
"ANYTHING MAY HAPPEN"

UNDER DIRECTION OF HARRY BIBEN
FIL FOSTER
Now Star Comedy M.C. Strand Theatre, N.Y.

CANFIELD, SMITH and SNODGRASS
Stars of the Sammy Kay Show

?  SURPRISE   ??   ??   SURPRISE  ?
One of the Biggest Names in the Entertainment World

THE RADIO RAMBLERS
WOW — Stars of Radio, Stage and Screen

MISS "WHO SHE"
China's Queen of Comedy and Song

RITA and ALLEN
Broadway's Newest Sensation - Dance Stylists

THE DUNHILLS
Dance Trio of Motion Picture "My Wild Irish Rose"

LOW, HEIT and STANLEY
Comedy Sensations

FINALE sung by MICHAEL COMMINI

Music by RAY BOTSCHART AND HIS ORCHESTRA


Committee WILLIAM SPARKS, General Chairman

Program
Costumes and Arrangements
Ushers
G. Hoffman
N. Hudik
J. McKeever
L. Foley
C. Worob
W. Driber
J. Dempsey
Ed. Kelly
E. Blackwell
Wm. Clancy
R. Hartenpence
       J.A. Mooney
       F. Kramer
       G. Gilbert

Recordings

       Sgt. J.M. Munder

Radio Publicity

       Fulton, Arnold, WTTM,
       F. Parr, WBUD

Tickets

       F. Barrelokowski
       H. Miller
Sgt. A. Bacovin
and Volunteer Detail

Refreshments

F. Parr
and Detail

Publicity

V. Weiss
M. D'Arcy
Mr. Richards

     Publicity and Broadcast arrangements, over Radio Station WBUD, 1490 on the Dial, furnished through the courtesy of Morrisville Broadcasting Company. Richard Hardin, General Manager; Frank Brooks, Bob Kent, Cal Miller, Johnny Schneider, Bill Hildenbrand, Announcers.

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"ANYTHING MAY HAPPEN"


WHERE THEY SIT

Michael Travers
Interlocutor

ON LEFT, from center
  1. Frank Barelkowski
  2. Michael Donay
  3. Francis Daily
  4. William Burns
  5. Richard Mooney
  6. Carl Worob
  7. Pat Nardelli
  8. Ray Papszyski
  9. Geo. Ecker
  10. Peter Hutchinson
  11. Joe Barrett
  12. Michael La Rossa
  13. Edward Weirszbowski
  14. Elio Riccardi
  15. John McCormick
  16. Robert Quinn
  17. William Winston
  18. J.A. Mooney
ON RIGHT, from center
  1. Fred Schnorbus
  2. Al Callahan
  3. William Clancy
  4. Paul Whenry
  5. Fred Sigafoos
  6. Robert Schulz
  7. John McKeever
  8. Leon Foley
  9. William Driber
  10. Nick Lichtfus
  11. William Sullivan
  12. Fred Ecker
  13. Stanley Chorazy
  14. Lige Hutton
  15. Fred Price
  16. Arthur Galanet
  17. George Gilbert
  18. Frank Kramer

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Officers of the P. B. A. Local No. 11
 
NICHOLAS LICHTFUSSPresident
EDW. KELLYVice President
HENRY MILLERRec. Secretary
JAMES ELWOODFin. Secretary
NICHOLAS HUDIKTreasurer
WILLIAM SPARKSLegislative Delegate
JAMES KENDALLSergeant-at-Arms
WALTER WELSHDelegate

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