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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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throufe otu< h good w ill ever flow
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the N r^ ro of Port Und HW »k # up
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power that obtdeo within Only by
being open receptive. ond a« < epting
new tdhii « an one hope to gr««w
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frl*n d . be the « hantiel thru which
you can become the niighty oak
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a r« awt with rebuff
If there waa ever a time that
Negr i«ee ah.wild itir k tuf*thar It la
now Jawkiuay my f rienda d#otr<«va
and la the great eat enemy am« «o g
Negroea tia h y N o exception# to
groupe If you pteaae Our true
worth ta meaaiirwd only by what we
ran do for others
T - d ether we aland, dlvtdad we
Khali we work together for
the highest good of all * Only aa we
f.aiter good will can we hope for a
brttrr |»eraj>ectlvr D ir effe, ilve-
urmm of good will ta always m ulti
plied when It ta mixed with an bon
net |>rr»onal effo rt
Your* for a bigger and better pa
per, a "N e w -«ruñar."
M RS C C YO U N G
C on n itier t h e S o t ir n * . . .
I u :\ n i.I NFS. tl»e new» mug. lui* Ml the ne* s»latids . . . tin i *
Holiday, the non* chirper. 1» hack at the Onyx Chib. Her recent »tint
ai ihe Kuban Bleu went up In “ »iitok«,” and 11 you know this enter
tainer like I do— need 1 mention her brand’ ?
Teddy Wilson and
t'owy Cole now with Benny Goodman
Ida Jamea clicking at Cafe
Society The former vo. ill i with Krskine Hawkina' Oi k was signed
to app«'.n l«»r r . . m
and «am«* In billeil
an all rad Ion extraordinary freah from a successful
Mund al the Trecadero In Hollywood . . Alberta
Hunter. the chantcuae of Inter national fame, doing
h.r bit for the Fifth War Loan by selling bonds.
. Recommended radio stuff
"i.euox Avenue" Jive viu WMCA niglitly
Millimler ajul Orchestra with Judy Carol and Wv-
mime Harris, vocalists, jam-packed Loew's State last
Da isle Anderson, t he milliner, buck after
a sojourn in Washington, 1) C. . The town's most
discussiVl topic: "Matthew (Blue) Coles and how he
Jmlv ( anti
P-.ived a former business associate now serving in the
1 S. Army vory cheap!
FLASH! Kni Ottley, newspaperman and
author, slated to visit war theatres in North Africa. Middle Hast and
riiim i for Liberty mag as an accredited correspondent . . . The recent
influx of i.ingees from eastern France and Italy has brought the esti
mated number in Switzerland to well over 65,000 . .
Bi nno l varl King "on again and off again" romance is on again . .
Li uis Armstrong and Dorothy Dandridge spotted in Republic Pies
"Atlantic City" .
Junior Dean, erstwhile songster, and Zeta Beale,
tiie model, are uh htih!!
. Marc Moreland, former T Y P News Syndi-
“ ,u‘ l»exy. now doing public relations
Count Basie in 'hot water'
with Local 802 for recent recording dales sans union's commission . . .
Kddie Durham's All-Girl Band (N o pun, "Lips" Haekett) is much
improved musical aggregation. Recent Canndian tour boosted outfit’s
stock with reviewers.
Lil Green, blues queen, and Luis Bussell's Band now on tour killed
aa the Two Star Unit . . . Jimmy McHugh's ‘ ‘ 1 Must Have That Man,”
an .,1,1 "Blackbirds” favorite (Remember Adelaide Hull?) now back
wiih us— and, as popular as ever . . . The Three Choeolateera had
AG\A trouble at the ll’way Strand. Unit with Cab Call.,wav had pain
ei*«ed when they 'upped' with dues . . . Coolie Williams and Band
whamming 'em on tour . . .Fam ed Deep River Boy* should straighten
up and fly right with Ed kirkeliy, their manager. Outfit which was
put bark on the l,ig time by handler of the late Fats’ Waller have
poor way of showing their appreciation . . . “ Decision,” the play, to
tour subway rirruit . . . Opinion is that Canada Lee, the actor, is some
times a good one and sometimes a had performer. After all that nub-
i:rifv nlmut hi» Irch lo the altar with VHni Johnson, hi» fan» are won*
<l< ring whether he will actually wed the gal— Or is it ju»t another one
of those publicity stunts? For a guy slated to take unto himself a
bride, Lee has been seen out in public too often with other femme».
Ofav ones, at that!! . . . “ 4 and 20 Blackbirds” with Clarence Muse
as director, scheduled for opening in August . . . Pal Flowers, the
sensational sepinnist. appearing with Enric Ma.lriguera and Band at
the Lari I heatre in Philadelphia, Pa., tied the -show up in knot» last
week, 1 his hoy is really the sca-son’» outstanding hit , , . Wynonie
Harris^ the blues singer, has given Lucky MillindeFs Band that punch
. . . The boy» in the South Pacific, Italy, England and the various
camps here have given this column a lift. All of u* here at home
should remember it is alwavs best to DO W R IT E !!
Lena Horne in "Command Performance" with Dinah Shore tor over
seas servicemen . . . Victor Records has released a memorial album
tagged kats Waller Favorites in honor of the late rotund piano wiz
ard and comedian of the keyboard . . . Members of 213 Pvt. Co.. 3S1
Pt. Bn., A.P.O. 600, c/o Postmaster, New York. N. Y „ have chosen Judy
Carol as Pin-Up Girl for their company . . . Sotto Voce: Dolores Brown,
how s about that pic for Sgt. Richard Gantt??? . . . The Northern
Baptist, a White Cross organization, to send thousands of kits and
articles of clothing to the needy in Russia . . . The Lester B. Grangers
party for the National Urban League Guild on Sunday (June 18) at
the Institute for International Democracy—a swelegant affair. “ Thanks,
for everything!” . . . The Weekly Splurge: If the rumor we hear about
Ellen Tarry, author of Janie Belle and Hezeklah Horton, and the
former AMSTERDAM NEWS writer, being engaged to a Sgt. Ran
dolph M. Patton is true— Ellen’s newspaper friends will he pretty
sore to think that she did not let them fn on the news . . . The column
is now featured in the Youngstown. Ohio, BUCKEYE REVIEW.
IETMEL CHTJ1CH A. H E.
N McMuAersand Lam*we
ST PHILIPS CHVRCH
E PMC opal
Vicar L O Stone
N E Knott and Rodney
ORDER OT SERVICES
Vi ork lo Rescue
Art of Europe
E xp erts Seek lo Preserve
Cultural T reasu res of
7 45 o m
1000 a m
1! 00 a xn
T h urs •doy
Com m i.
C h u rc h
M e m in.
900 a ;
the do's and don't» of dealing with
Part of its Job will be done when
COMMUNITY M. B CHURCH
the last map is finished, but the
Rev H C Cheatham Pastor
committee will continue keeping de
MS Cottonwood Street
Van port City
tailed (lies on looted treasures—
often hauled off by the Nazis for
"protection." These flies also con
EPISCOPAL ZION CHURCH
tain information about war damage
j p Snv*h
in general, and details such as
forced option sajes of private
Portland, Or« gen
.Material to Bo Restored.
People s Community Baptist
After the war. this material will
N E. 74th and Glisar, St.
be used to restore the right paint
Rev R E Donaldson Minister
ings to the right museums, and will
also be the basis for reparations
Sunday School 10 30 A M
In addition, records
Morning Worship 1 i 00 A M
showing that only 1,000 of some
B Y P U Meeting 7 00 P M
180.000 books were saved from the
Tolrs library, for example, will help
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
archivists to obtain replacements
1205 Hathaway Drive
whenever they are available.
Committee members admit the
Rev I W Brown, Pastor
full extent of looting will probably
not be known until after the war.
Cases on record already include the F R A T E R N A L O R G A N I Z A T I O N S
famous Gent altarpiece given to
Goering as a birthday present,
Excelsior Lodge No. 23
and the 60-yard Bayeux tapestry,
F. & A. M.
presumably woven by the wife of
2nd and 4»h Monday
William the Conqueror and de
8:00 P M
picting the Norman conquest of
2504 Williams Avenue
England The tapestry was carted
K L. CULP, W Master
off from Bayeux on Himmler’ s
L R BLACKBURN, Secretary
orders, to be studied for the "first”
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time by German scholars.
A group of art ex
pert* working in a quiet litUe map-
»trewn room in New York may he
responsible for saving many of
Europe's cultural treasures under
fire in World War II.
They are completing a continent
wide art inventory, mapping the
exact geographical position of every
European museum, library and his
torical or religious monument The
group sends completed maps to
the war department, with the aim
of preserving all the artistic and
literary works possible within the
limits of military necessity
The committee has a name as
large as its job— the Committee for
the Protection of Cultural Treasures
in War Areas. It is a subcommittee
of the American commission for the
protection and salvage of artistic
and historic monuments in war
Work started in the Frick Art Ref
erence library the day Sicily was
invaded. Since then an eight-man
staff, aided by a corps of volun
teers operating as a civilian commit
Chapter No. 6 .0 . E. S.
tee on a Rockefeller grant, has pro C. Although Ernie Lombardi is the
Meetings 1st Wednesday each month
duced more than 500 carefully de slowest man in the big leagues,
8:00 P M
tailed maps and city plans in nine
players on rival clubs vote him the
2504 N Williams Ave.
best defensive catcher in baseball.
Mrs. Elise S. Reynolds, Secretary
Data Checked Closely.
Billy Webb LodaeNoTl 050
Information on location of these
treasures comes in from the Library
I. B. P. 0. E. W.
of Congress, the National. A rchi. ?s,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Wed.
Smithsonian institution, the Ameri
8:30 P M
can Defense-Harvard group. Metro
2504 N. Williams Ave. (Russell St.)
politan Museum of Art and other
W. L. SHINE, Exalted Ruler
organizations At the Frick library
Portland and Multnomah County-
Lee G arrett McClinton. Portland,
checked by art specialists working
Enterprise Lodge No. 1
Evelyn M ary Gupton. Portland.
under William Bell Dinsmoor. com
mittee chairman and president of Richard J. Moore, Portland, and
Meets every 1st and 3rd Monday
the American Archaeological soci Fannie L. McDowell, Shreveport.
ety. and Sumner Mck. Crosby, La. Harrison B. Townsend, P o rt
2504 N. Williams Ave.
executive secretary and president of land. and Cornelia H. Harris, P o rt
W H BOWERS, W Master
the College Art association.
land. L. R. Miner, Portland, and Ida
JAMES L. WASSON, Secretary
Finally, experts on the locality Mae Green, Portland. W a lter W il
being mapped are called in to check
liams, Portland, and Dora Ander
again. Then the maps are sent along
Portland. Lesley John May,
to the war department “ for use as
and Florence. A. Cantrell,
it sees fit.”
Jeimih C. Moss, Wfcrren,
Where cultural treasures can’t be
spared, the committee counts on Texas, and M attie Galime, E*‘ Van-
specially qualified men attached to port City, Ore., Jesse J.~TTtomas,
AMG to salvage the remains. These Vancouver, Wash., and H attie M.
ROBERT N. JOYNER. JR.. M. D.
AMG officers have been trained m Gaines, Vancouver, Wash.
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Offices: 14’ 5 N. Williams Av.
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