BOSTON FRIENDSHIP TOURS
Tour, 105, APRIL 1, 1933
Food Supply of a Large City
12.45 P.M. Registration at H. P. Hood and Sons near
Sullivan Square, Charlestown.
Note early hour necessary for inspection of plant in
1.00 Extensive tour of Milk Plant and a sample glass of
2.00 Eats and Bills. Evelyn Sheerin, Nutritionist for Hood's.
During Mrs. Sheerin's talk, ice cream will be served
through courtesy of H. P. Hood and Sons.
2.30 Milk Producing Industry, Growth and Service. Dr.
Harvey E. Kimball.
3.00 Fisherman and his Catch. Mr. E. H. Cooly, Manager,
Mass. Fisheries Association.
3.30 When Quantity Means Quality. Mr. Franklin H.
Smith, Association Representative of the Great Atlantic
and Pacific Tea Co.
4.00 Summer Foods in Winter Weather. Sally Sheridan
of Birdseye Frosted Foods.
For convenience in furnishing enough guides and refresh-
ments, it is necessary that those planning to attend this tour,
notify Mrs. Philip Hogan, Egypt, Mass. or 'phone Mrs.
Hanson, Longwood 7471 by Friday morning. This request is
not customary but in this case is essential.
BOSTON FRIENDSHIP TOUR 106
REQUEST PROGRAMME. APRIL 8, 1933
Thunderbolts in Politics and Industry
2.00 P. M. Registration at Congregational House, Room
500, 14 Beacon St., Boston.
2.15 What Fascism and Mussolini Have Done for Italy.
Judge Frank Leveroni.
2.45 Technocracy, or Ballyhoo? Symposium by Professors
Anton de Haas and Franklin Folts of Harvard Grad-
uate School of Business Administration. Followed by
Intermission of music and promenade.
3.30 Hitlerism; Why and Where To. Francis Russell,
4.00 Bolshevist Upbuilding of Russia. Rev. George L.
Paine, of Greater Boston Federation of Churches.
4.30 Paralysis of Bolshevism. Timothy Parokuvio of
Harvard Law Shool.
All tours open to public, Admission fifty cents
Tours sponsored by Greater Boston Federation of
Churches, and arranged by Mrs. Philip Hogan, Egypt, Mass.