Monday, November 17, 2014

The Ampere Theater

The Ampere Theater was at 237 North 18th Street. The building is now used as a church.

A 1917 article in Music Trade Review says an Ampere Theater corporation was formed at 380 Main St with $125,000 in capital



                                                     
                                                      Below: from a 1943 Film article

In a 1945 movie theater guide, The Ampere is listed as having only 430 seats.

Joseph E. Rubenstein

March 07, 2006|The Morning Call
Joseph E. Rubenstein, 90, of Bethlehem, formerly of Wilson, died March 5. He was a son of the late Hyman and Bessie (Rubin) Rubenstein. He and his wife, Shirley Sobelson, were married for 67 years in August. He was a graduate of Ithaca College and served in Europe during World War II as a staff sergeant in the 102nd Ozark Infantry Division. He owned Ampere Theater, East Orange, N.J., and later worked for The Strand Shop, Bangor. He was a member of Temple Covenant of Peace, Easton, where he served as vice president and trustee for many years. He was a past president of the local Bnai Brith and the Jewish Community Council. He was a chairman of the Israel Bond and United Jewish Appeal drives. He was a member of Lafayette Masonic Lodge and the Jewish War Veterans, and was a volunteer for Easton Hospital.

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