Anything May Happen - March 20, 1949
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GREETINGS

     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

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.

 

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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 envoy 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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BE A PAL

AND

JOIN THE P.A.L.

POLCE ATHLETIC LEAGUE

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THE POLICE DEPARTMENT HAS SPENT MUCH TIME AND EFFORT TO BUILD AN ORGANIZATION DEVOTED SOLELY TO THE YOUTH OF OUR CITY IN AN EFFORT TO COMBAT JUVENILE DELINQUENCY. WE SINCERELY APPRECIATE THE EFFORTS OF THOSE TRENTON CITIZENS WHO HAVE AIDED OUR EFFORTS IN THE PAST AND WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO THEIR CO-OPERATION IN THE FUTURE.

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P. B. A. Local No. 11

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Committee

WILLIAM SPARKS General Chairman
RAY BOTSCHART AND HIS ORCHESTRA
CHARLES GAUDETTE, Superintendent of Building

JOHN McMANN
STANLEY CHORAZY
LIGE HUTTON
COL. CASPER
ELIO RICARDI
NICK LICHTFUS
JOHN NABINGER
MIKE LaROSSA
BILL CLANCY
WILLIAM SULLIVAN
PAUL WHENRY
GEORGE ECKER
ARTHUR GALINAT
ED. FRANKS
DICK MOONEY
FRED SIGAFOOS
WILLIAM WINSTON
AL ASHBOCK
FRED BARELKOWSKI
CARL WOROB
MICHAEL DOBAY
WILLIAM BURNS
RAYMOND PAPSZYCKI
PETE HUTCHINSON
JOSEPH BARRETT
FRANCIS DAILY
FRED ECKER
JOHN McCORMICK
JAMES MALAGRINO
                       
Program
G. HOFFMAN
N. HUDIK
J. McKEEVER
L. FOLEY
C. WOROB
W. DRIBER
J. DEMPSEY
E. CLACKWELL
WM. CLANCY
W. SULLIVAN
P. HUTCHINSON

Publicity
V. WEISS
D. WEST
M. D'ARCY
MR. RICHARDS
F.A. LEIGHV F.V. WEISS
PETE BORUTA

Radio Publicity
FULTON ARNALD, WTTM
GEORGE TAYLOR, WTTM

TICKETS
F. BARELKOWSKI

Printing
HARRISON PRESS

SGT. JOHN MOONEY
Director

RADIO DISPATCHER FRANK KRAMER
Director and M.C. for Fashion Show

LT. GEORGE E. GILBERT
Director

           
SGT. ANDREW BACOVIN
In Charge of Ushers with Volunteer Detail

COL.CASPER with PETE BORUTA
In Charge of Fashion Show

WILLIAM SPARKS and H. MILLER
Box Office

FRANK PARR

Assisted by Nick Hudik and Blackwell and Detail
Refreshments

 

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"ANYTHING MAY HAPPEN"

WAR MEMORIAL BLDG.     SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 1949

NINTH EDITION STAGED BY THE TRENTON POLICE P.B.A. No. 11

FORTY POLICEMEN WILL TAKE PART TO OPEN THE SHOW, AND WE WILL ALSO PUT ON ANOTHER OF OUR FAMOUS FINALES, TO ROUND OUT 12 ALLSTAR ACTS - THE BEST TALENT THAT IS AVAILABLE IN THE EAST - STAGED BY HARRY BIBEN, OF PHILA.

As a Starter we Have Booked:

BUD SWEENEY, M.C.
Star Comedy Actor of the Heldegarde Show

WALTER "DARE" WAHL
Comedy Stars - Television, Movies, Stage - "Strictly for Laughs"

THE HARMONICAIRS
Recording Stars - Their Hit - "Sabre Dance"

MARLYN, MARTINEZ TRIO
Something New and Good in Entertainment - Direct Radio City Music Hall

YVONNE MOURAY
Singing and Comedy Star of Stage and Television

FRANK MARLOW
Comedy Start of Tyblikski of Notre Dame - Starred in Milton Berle Tel. Show

BILLY GRAVES, WITH SHADOW & ECHO
Dancing Stars of Ed. Sullivan "Toast of the Town" Show

BUDDY LEWIS
"Fascinating Facsimilies," Comedy Hit of "Hey, Rookie"

YOUMAN BROS. & FRANCES
Musical Hit of Stage and Radio

BOB KENNEDY
The Original "Curley," of the B'way Hit "Oklahoma"

MARION CARTER
Singing Star of "La Vie Parisienne"

MUSIC BY RAY BOTSCHART AND HIS BAND AT LEAST FIFTEEN MEN
FASHION SHOW BY THE TRENTON POLICE - OUR OWN VERSION

YES GAGS WILL BE PULLED IN THE AUDIENCE BEFORE THE SHOW - NEVER A DULL MOMENT - SGT. JOHN MOONEY WILL DIRECT THE POLICE PART OF THE SHOW, VERY ABLY ASSISTED BY CO-DIRECTORS FRANK "ACE" KRAMER, AND THAT MAN WHO COMES AROUND - THE ONE AND ONLY GEORGE GILBERT

BIG "BILL SPARKS" IS CHAIRMAN, ASSISTED BY AL CALLAHAN
ALWAYS REMEMBER, "ANYTHING MAY HAPPEN" - WHEN BETTER SHOWS ARE PUT ON
WE WILL DO IT

Stage Show arranged and Produced by
HARRY AND JOE BIBEN

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Officers of the P. B. A. Local No. 11
 
NICHOLAS LICHTFUSSPresient
EDW. KELLYVice Presient
HENRY MILLERRec. Secretary
JAMES ELWOODFin. Secretary
NICHOLAS HUDIKTreasurer
WILLIAM SPARKSLegislative Delegate
JOHN McKEEVERSergeant-at-Arms
MARTIN COUGHLINDelegate

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