Portland inquirer. (Portland, Or.) 1944-194?, July 12, 1944, Image 3

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LOUIS AND HIS BAND
IN NEW MOVIE
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to find
because all of Portland in
outdoing itaetf in trying to enter-
tain this illustn>us couple Her»,
there and evrrw here "Ixmie' is
still his same old self Jamming at
the Joe Cranes, soc.alizing at the
Elk s Home; a little bit of every­
thing
We finally squeezed the story out
of “ Louie" about his forthcoming
picture. “ Atlantic City." And here
It is.
Louis Armstrong and His Band,
I t i ! » I> ü V » T V k v d w t
ttt ottU 1 « i * t f t ïv r (I m htHM
»TU not Nr a N « or Al
m a ( « a l »xWumn and m i tine of Une» |M»<pk with whom you
are w o tn l to contribute to this o»M kite to spend an evening . . , so en­
urne as weil as any other depart
ood ttrprthr carttnl tuto U m A abco
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tertaining. >nce w u meet her you
»t ' c4 piAn« plarin^ TV» man attending llANttd fr* » n t Y ment of TV* IXettami Inquirer
Lota o f celebrittee In town thial i * * U h
— energetic Ut-
ffwni (kr X r » Tori #r..ge|r»me-r.t
pkasant fu ry rt**
tie la»iv on your "m u st" list. Wk
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July 1 Mh U o a l g k t ! » a
T ill
h*wne week at the
.Ti» the just dropped in for a viali, but there
affair is fo rm a l
were some others who seem to have
D o r o t h y D a r d r a t g * tr a v e le d w i th
Vlu**» is fur- .shed bv J»» Owne ume ttate New Y«>rk • rerv pofmiat
ha«t
the same idea
Mrs Jamen
Unce hall*
Ivy A raiera» mi at
ban vis and review* appeared at the
Reynold*
teacher
of
Vancouver.
the Cloud Room
L> um Hatch-
r H O Ih im
celebrated Cotton Ctufc m New
at Jantren Beach
Fletcher WeehlRgte». a 2eta Phi Beta, the
York, toured with Jimmy lance-
It Mi A V to 11 ah p VI week
Mroderaon at \t»ICiro> s and evert I'leoptuui Smiths. Mr Pleas Ir.ger-
ford's band, went to Hollywood for days
the »harming Mis *uil. another »eiehritV here on a
the rei ,ew Meet the C«oplr
and
» « O P M to 11 .*» V vr aundars »here el*.-
we will »trop in »gam some
Armstrong, house guests >>? the visit
then «tarred in the all-Negro film.
t'harlee M » v ( a iv *. Hut there ware
“ Four Shall Die 4 She did *u. h ex-
V. S (V V a j Wheel Tkk Week
some one that
If vim want to
't her »eiebrttie» around, tra*
cellent work in Republic's "Hit Pa­
1 Home on the Ra* cr
Delta Sigma Theta contributed V,H*
*• ‘ n ,hr * r**
>™u
rade of IK S " that she eras called
2 "Carry Me Back to iNe V\r
its quota of celebrities Yep there «wnnot term to locate them. Just go
back to the lot for "Atlantic City ” ginny."
are the beautiful and talented Mias to the baseball game» at Vanport
IMisv l^ee Mothershevl has scored
3 “ Row. Row Your H>wt "
Il M Lilly, the {«etite female edi­ Everybody sotvner or later turns up
m several other Republic films.
4 “God Bless America '
tion of i*a«!errw-ski and Mrs Eugene »Hit there at th*we game«, if you do
Wi.o Killed Aunt M aggie*.
lady
5 “Old Grey Bonnet "
Franklin
Miss June Roe Run­ not believe me ask Mr Hi)!, you
From Louisiana,
and "Sis Hop­
•» "Shine On Hanreet Moon '
nels ami Mrs M «teneva Sa' agr kn»*w l*mf K 8 Hill of the P A
7. “ America “
kins" among them She has a color­
A ■
ful role in “ Atlantic C ity;“ and inci­
»These are songs the service men Where did 1 see them, at the beauti­
Say. fellows, have you followed
ful hom* of Mrs Mignon l 'abell
dentally, is operating an electric i especially liked l
my
lead'about that eyeful f-om
crane at Cal Ship while continuing
Number 2 on the song sheet-
Oklahoma Well. you see I knew
her movie career
| booklet::
haven't been so easy for them. > . . .
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what I was talking about, only I
"Atlantic C ity" captures the ro- In the Blue Ridge Mountains of
What they couldn't do with a bright nMld# Jujlt Mn, mlaUk#. lt |« not
mance, glamour, and excitement of
Virginia,
beam ing smile from you lasalea. Miss, it is Mrs
a colorful era In addition to Con- Stood a cow on the railroad track. huh. huh. huh
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And
i V. « »«1 h> • « krr ont I tlw iv>mw
A 'o n o t ä i n to J T rr i R im tn d Sr m
Buck and Bubbles. Dorothy Dand- sUnc< Moore and Brad Tav,or’ it3 She ~
ridge, and Daisy Lee Mothershed
have important roles in Repub­
lic's forthcoming musical. "Atlantic
City.’ a gay panorama of the fa­
mous resort town, in which Con-
stance Moore and Brad Taylcr are
co-starred, with a long list of popu­
lar personalities in the cast.
PORTLAND PATTER
One young lady writes In to aay:
It give* me a thrill to see all of our
hometown boys In uniform. . . . I
wonder what she means Another
writes In to say: Watch out. girls,
a new dentist has Just arrived; now
»lon’t g»> ami get all your good teeth
pulled.
In yet another letter, a minister
writes in to say that he will not
w’ork in the shipyards because
Negnies are not employed there as
office workers . . . We admire you
for your decision, J. W. B. If you
will give no permission we will print
your letter.
Speaking of beautiful homes,
have you seen the Fontane’s . . .
radio-phono big as a small garage
. . . charming in its simplicity . . .
impeccable color scheme . . . but
what more could you expect.
We had to rub our eyes, pinch
ourself and look again . . . yes, they
were still there . , . two of the most
beautiful Wacs ever seen In these
parts getting out o f a taxi close
enough to he seen from our steps
. . . now will somebody please take
the hint and let us in on Whoisshe
or should it be “They” ?
Question of the week: Is the tip
of the finger, the end of the tongue
or the bottom of the feet the most
delicate organ of touch ?
a t 00* " ld ° ° w- *> ™ ry
cast roster includes such favorites
fine.
as Charley Grape win, Jerry Co- But you can’t expect a cow to read
lonna. Robert B Castaine. Stanley
a railroad sign;
Andrew's, Paul Whiteman and his So the train coming down the track.
orchestra, Belle Baker, Joe Frisco, Hit the cow in tha middle of tha
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MORE GAS DUE
TOR FURLOUGH
Kansas City, Kan., July 5 The
Gallagher and Shean (Jack Kenny
back.
office of price administration will
and A1 Shean > and Van And Schenck You’ll find the horna In tha moun­ liberalize its gasoline rationing pol­
(Gus Van and Charles Marsh.) Ray
tains of Virginny,
icy toward service men on furlough
McCarey directed this elaborate And the tail on tha loneaome spine. within the next two weeks. Repre­
“The Trumpet King of Swing,”
Number 7 on the song sheet- sentative Errett P. Scrivener, re­
otherwise known as Louis "Satch- musical extravaganza for Republic.
booklet:
publican. Kansas, said Wedneadav.
mo” Armstrong, plays and sings
Shingle bells, shingle belles.
Scrivner said he had been noti­
“ Ain’t Misbehavin’,” the number he
Shingle
all
your
hair;
Penicillin
!s
Seen
as
fied
by his Washington office that
has featured since he took New
Don’t
forget
to
wash
your
neck
furloughed
service men will receive
York by storm in "Hot Chocolates.”
Possible Aid to Animals
Or also don’t leave it hare.
.
five
gallons
of gasoline for the first
Armstrong has had a long and col­
SALT LAKE CITY. — Penicillin
Shingle
bells,
shingle
hells,
three days of a leave and one gallon
orful career, and has scored in per­ should prove as great a boon after
Right up to the dome;
per day for each day thereafter, un-
the
war
to
veterinarians
as
it
now
is
sonal appearances, on records, on
Don’t
forget
the
more
you
cut.
j
der
the new plan.
to
surgeons.
Lieut.
Col.
F.
B.
the air, and in films.
The
less
you
have
to
comb.
Queen
of
Bushnell
army
hospital.
Service
men have received five
Buck and Bubbles team up with
Brigham. Utah, declares.
gallons
for
their entire furlough up
Dorothy Dandridge in a song-and-
“ It is so effective in a great num­
Things are picking up at the dear to the present time.
dance routine to the music of “ I’ll ber of types of human diseases,"
old U. S. O. what with the U. S. O.
The representative said he had
Be Glad When You’re Dead, You Queen said, "there is no reason why,
Club
promoting
plenty
of
recrea-
j
been
Informed that men on leave
Rascal You.” This duo started in since animals also suffer many ol
tion,
“
if
you
know
whaL
I
mean."
wouid receive “ leave slips,” showing
the rhow business together over these diseases, penicillin cannot be
know' any of these girls, soldier the length o f their furloughs. Those
twenty-six years ago. Life Maga- used for them.”
boys. Come around sometime and slips would be presented to ration
let us get better acquainted, then boards, which would then issue
BUDDY IS “ TOPS”
too, the U. S. O. Girls, better known gasoline for the number of days in­
as "junior hostesses” are an eyeful dicated.
In the danceland world names come up. I
for any depressed military man, or
should have sab1, pop-up, and diminish overnight.
do you know it, too.
Not so in the case of one Buddy Johnson, a
Search ligh t Club
swell guy as musicians go. One o f the members in
his band was talking to me one night. And as sel­
Sunday, July 2nd:
Picnic
dom as we find among our group fellow-workers
The Searchlight Club and the
A
very
nice
singing
hour
was
en-
who dish out the old pat-on-the-back, you can bet
joyed
by
all.
Songs
were
directed
j
Zion
A. M. E. Sunday School spon-
I was surprised to learn that Maestro Johnson was
not a bad egg— to borrow a paraphrase . . . Almost
by our charming U. S. O. president, sored a very enjoyable 4th of July
overnight I said, and so be it. One o f the Decca
Mrs. Irene McCoy. Music was ren- picnic at Peninsula Park. Everyone
recordings that I recommend is Buddy Johnson's
dered
by none other than our very had box lunches, and cold drinks
“ My Man Comes Home” . . . a nice disc by a feller
own U. S O. director, Mr. Kenneth spread around on tables. The kid­
who won't miss . . . Please, Mr. Johnson! I think
he will.
BUDDY
Smith, And I must say that he Is dies had a very swell time playing
in the pool and also playing games.
tops on the ivories.
A few of the members .of the
One of our U. S. O. members,
Audrey Freeman, sang two beauti­ Searchlight Club were as follows:
ful solos, “ I Love You Truly,” and Rev. and Mrs. Clow, Mrs. Hepburn
2 2 7 2 N. Interstate Ave.
"Trees,” then all the gang had a real and children, Mrs. Marie Smith and
“jam session” before departing, grandchildren. Some members of
cooling refreshments were served the church present were: Mrs. M. B.
Portland's Leading
by charming hostesses to everyone Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Cox, and Mr.
Colored Hotel
present.
and Mrs. Turner. There were quite
a few more, but this is just to men­
tion a few who were there, and that
Monday, July 3rd:
MUrdock 9533
“ Kinda solemn mood here,” Mrs. the roving reporter saw. A very nice
M. Belle Dunn played service songs, time was enjoyed by all present.
while Mr. Kenneth Smith (tenor),
Cpl. Eddie Perkins (baritone), and
others joined in. I think everyone
was thinking of the boys “over
there,” especially Mrs. M. Belle
Hospitality
Distinctive Atmosphere
Dunn, whose husband is stationed
“ somewhere in Italy.”
W e Specialize in Home-Cooked Meals
The
Medley Hotel
Tornado Scatters Homes in East
W I L L I A M S AVENUE GRILL
Tuesday, July 4 th:
Quite a number of the boys and
girls went on private picnics, with
individual oox lunches.
The dance at the U. S. O. was
quite a success. Music was furnished
by the sailors iron. Astoria, Ore.
Wednesday, July 9tn:
Debate and supper. Come one,
come all, and join the fun. Plenty
Wash basins and dresser drawers form part of the general wreck­ o f food, I warn you.
age, when the tornado struck B avenue, Liberty borough, Pittsburgh.
Houses were lifted completely from foundations and furnishings flung far
Thursday, July 10th:
and wide. List of dead and injured were reported at 154 dead and 1,100
All
members
are invited to go to
injured in the worst disaster in Pennsylvania's history, since the Johns­
town flood. Thousands were taken care of by Red Cross rushed to the Barnes General Hospital. COME ON
GIRLS, let’s go out there and give
scene.
the boys a good cheering up. Thing»
SOFT DRINKS
N. Williams Ave. at W eidler
MUSIC
Mrs, M. S. Williams
George Olson $
BR0ADWILL PHARMACY
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
Lunch at our Fountain
N. BROADWAY AND WILLIAMS
Closed Sundays
Open 9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
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