theatrical board of trade formed; firms supplying costumes, settings and equipment organize against bad debts.report $500,000 losses\'fly-by-night\' producers would bedenied credit--f.s. murrayheads organization
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Companies and individuals who provide costumes, stage settings, furniture, lighting and other equipment for theater yesterday organized an organization called the relevant theater committee at hotels, actors and organizations. . .
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Corporate organizations that provide clothing, landscape and equipment deal with bad debts.
Producers of the night will be denied credit-F. S.