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S/Sgt. Theodore Hill is studying
Rev. J. F. Sm ith of 2007 N. Wil
radio on Bomber Crew, a t San An liams avenue, and pastor of First
tonio Aviation Cadet Center.
A. M. E. Zion Church of this city,
has returned from General Confer
Benjamin Hampton is furlough ence which was held in San Mateo,
ing a t the H erbert Lewises of 1800 California, from June 29th to July
N. E. Victoria. H t is stationed at 2nd.
F o rt Huachuaha, Ariz.
Mr. Rosamond Fortune, w aiter on
Friends of Mrs. Olden are happy the Union Pacific Railroad, has re
to know th at she is recuperating a t turned to his home, and is out again
after a sudden illness, while on his
WAC Sgt. Mabel M orris of Rox-
bury, M assachusetts, visited here Sgt. William Denton is in the city
in the city Sunday w ith Dr. and on furlough and is the house guest
Mrs. Robert N. Joyner of 2736 N. E. of Mr. and Mrs. Cy Denton, his
Rodney avenue. Sgt. Morris was brother.
enroute to W alla Walla. W ashing
Mrs. Rena Hall of Richmond,
California, is in the city visiting
Portland’s H erbert Bagley is Mrs. H. Pennington, who is ill, and
home on furlough from overseas is the houseguest of Mrs. A. L. Ran-
dolp of N. Williams avenue.
F.O.B. Peach and
F. O. B. prices for peaches on the
fresh m arket, effective July 15, Bagley Downs Beats
Col. Merchants Lose
were announced today by W. H.
To 99th Tavern
M cCargar, district OPA food price McLoughlin Heights
Over three hundred spectators The Colored M erchants lost a
Peaches grown in Oregon, W ash witnessed a closely contested game heart breaker the other day. W ith
ington and Idaho are graded and between the Bagley Downs Allstars the game going nip and tuck for
packed in the following containers: and the McLoughlin Heights Rook eight and one-half tough innings, a
last Tuesday. Those fans out fluke hit cost them the game in the
F ruit box with net weight of not ies
remind you of ‘Dem Bums’ ninth.
less than 17 pounds and not more fans way
Brooklyn, in their en As the game entered the ninth in
than 19 pounds, $1.48 per box for thusiasm. in
went wild as first ning the teams, the Colored M er
the whole season.
one team then the other held the chants and the 99th Tavern, were
F ruit box with net weight of not lead. But this Bagley Downs Team tied a t one all. It looked as if the
less than 19 pounds and not more rates all the rooting that their fans game would have to go into extra
than 21 pounds, $1.64 per box for give them. They really play the innings, when a fluke hit brought
game and would give any team in in the winning run for the Tavern-
this area a nice game. This game ites.
Peaches packed in Sanger lug marked the entry of the Bagley The Col. M. still have a good little
boxes, with net weight of not less Downs A ll-Stars into the G reater team though and all they need is
than 22 pounds and not more than Vancouver Baseball League. A the right kind of support from the
24 pounds, $1.89 per box for entire pretty good beginning, they won fans and that means you and you
from McLoughlin Heights, 11-10. and you.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hicks of N. BICYCLE AUCTION FRIDAY
lot of scoring, but close a t that.
Peaches packed in any of the Sunday
Page street have recently returned Friday, July 21st will be a day above
Bagley Downs All- Bombers Trounce
but with net Stars play the
from an extended vacation trip that lots of Portland boys and girls, weight containers,
of less than or more than two different a teams.
men and women will not forget for that specified
through Nevada and California.
The first game Milwaukee Cafe
Sgt. T. Dobson stopped enroute to
is at 1:30 against the Barnes Hos The Portland Air Base Bombers
Seattle, W ashington, to visit his an auction sale, and bicycles will any other container, 8.2c per pound pital team at Barnes Hospital, and turned in a decisive win over the
the second is against the Portland Milwaukee Cafe to the tune of 18 to
wife, Mrs. Madine P. Dobson, who be auctioned off to the highest bid for entire season.
9 last Thursday. The game was al
der. The auction will be held a t the
is a Portlander.
Giants a t Bagley Downs.
a track meet as the Bombers
east side precinct, S. E. 7th and Peaches produced in Oregon, Pittm an pitched for the Bagley
two home runs. Both clubs
Alder street—if the auctioneer can W ashington and Idaho are sold Downs team.
to the G reater Portland
avoid being mobbed by the expected loose and ungraded (orchard run)
St. Philip's Church
League, and it looks as if the Air
in any container, 6.6 per pound for “TYING AGREEMENT”
rush of eager buyers.
Bombers are out to win the
are in various conditions of repair
Maybe the cow jumped over the second half of the season as they
The Diocese of Oregon is plan and size range. They are unclaimed Following f.o.b. prices for the moon! Anyway, the strangest “ty have not lost a game since the sec
ning to do an extensive job of build by original owners after having 1944 crop of potatoes, which become ing agreem ent" sale yet reported ond E. half
u. Athletics a t
ing in connection w ith St. Philip’s been reported stolen and then re effective July 15, were announced is about the man who had to buy the P. A. A. director
anager of the
an old cow he said he didn’t w ant
Church. Money is being raised for covered by the police.
the building of a Parish House, new Crowds are expected to sta rt a r OPA food price specialist. These are in order to get a second-hand elec are going to win the trophy
Church and priest residence. The riving for the auction early Friday maximum f.o.b prices per 100 tric stove which he wanted badly, G reater Portland League for in the
R ight Reverend B. D. Dagwell has morning, and the auctioneer does pounds, for U. S. No. 1 grade, according to Ralph W estering of
the district OPA price staff. The season.
purchased the lot on Rodney avenue not know w hat to expect.
sacked and loaded on carrier, all deal
cost the buyer $150, and Wes
adjoining the church, which gives
H E L P W A N T E D ____
isn’t sure yet w hether the
an area of 100 feet by 120 feet on
OPERATORS W ANTED
M alheur County, July 15 to July cow was thrown in. or the stove.
which to build. No one knows when
the work can be started on the For the benefit v.f housewives, 31, $2.60; August, $2.40; September, Now the man w ants to sell the stove
and the legal ceiling price is $75 for
buildings, as priorities m ust be ob this ration calendar will be pub
lished every week in the Portland Curry, Jackson, Josephine, Klam the particular make. Nothing was
tained from the government.
Cox, 1409 N. Williams
Inquirer. Clip it out and save, or ath, Lake and Harney Counties, said about the cow. Cows aren’t
The following statem ent has been better still, save the whole paper. July 15, to July 31, $2.50; August, under used goods price ceilings.
Ave. Phones: MU 3071, VE 9025.
made by the Rev. B. D. H a.ris of
$2.55; September, $2.45.
the N ational Council: “Our assist BOOK 4. Stam ps 30, 31 an d ’ 32 Rest of the state of Oregon, July
ance will depend upon the local con valid indefinitely. Each stam p good 15 to July 31, $2.70; August, $2.50;
gregation's contribution toward the for 5 pounds.
MEN AND WOMEN
project as well as th at of the Dio Sugar stam p 40 valid for 5 pounds Prices in the State of W ashing
cese, but you m ay rest assured th at canning sugar through February ton, July 15 to July 31, $2.70; Au
If you are trained and have experience in clerical work, Sten
we will go as far as our funds will 28, 1945.
gust, $2.50; September, $2.35.
perm it. You m ay have no fear in Maximum 20 pounds per person The above prices are contained in
ographer, Typist, File Clerk, Comptometer O perator, Billing Ma
chine or in any Vocation above the position which you now hold
additional canning sugar obtained
your name, address and phone number and qualifications to
The Parish House will be used for
social and recreational purposes.
THE PORTLAND INQUIRER, 2736 N. E. Rodney Ave. Do not
as issued in amendm ent 16 to MPR
This will give the Negro youth a board for application form.
send your name unless you are trained and have had some ex
place in which to have activities. It
perience and, you are not employed in an Essential Industry.
will also give the adults a place in BOOK 3, airplane stam ps 1 and
which they may meet and carry on 2 valid indefinitely.
Visitor in Portland
their program s. This building will
be available to all social groups in Blue stam ps (w orth 10 points A young and upcoming violinist
the community for a nominal main each) A8 through V8, valid indefi of no small note is visiting here in
Portland from Los Angeles, Cal.
Yon can pmchase
Portlands’ many w ar industries Red stam ps (w orth ten points Joyella M. Agnes Hardem, daugh
Bargains on Diamonds, Watches
have brought many thousands of each)
new people to this community.
Beefsteak, roasts only ra California Jurisdiction of the Order
Jewelry and Luggage
About 10 per cent are Negroes, nitely.
m any of whom plan to make P ort
A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU
land and the northw est their future Coupon A-12,
good for 3 gallons
home. The Negro population has in each, through Septem
solo at the Bethel A. M. E. Church
STAR LOAN & JEWELRY CO.
creased from approxim ately 2000
to 9000 since the war, and the num PERIOD 4 and 5 COUPONS feeling th at is rarely exemplified by
312 S. W. 3rd Ave. (near Oak St.)
ber is still growing. It is the desire valid
Do You Need Cash? . . . We Loan Money
Septem ber 30.
of St. Phillip’s to offer the Parish No through
more than 98 per cent of sea While in the city Miss Hardeman
House as means of housing the add son’s rations
should have been used visited Mrs. Marie Smith. She has
ed activities which will come as the to date.
been visiting relatives in Vancou
result of the increased number of
ver, Wash., and s a student a t Saint
RATION BOARD HOURS
High School, Los Angeles,
Monday through Friday, 9:15
It is felt th at this program should A.M.
4:30 P.M.; Saturday, 9:15
be of interest to all Negroes in the A. M. to to noon;
Tuesday, 6 to 9 R M.
Y. M . C. A.
Portland area; therefore, your sup
port is needed.
W. 6th Avenue
Order complete w inter supply of
The communicants and friends of solid
Y. W. C. A.
St. Philip’s are being asked to give
$4000 in cash and pledges for the Housing units rented for first
Let us print your Letter Heads, Cards,
project. You can give to the building tim e m ust be registered by land
program in the following way: Cash lords within 30 days.
Envelopes, Dance and Baseball Bills,
w ith formal pledge to pay whatever
am ount you see fit to give over a
Tickets and Announcements.
pound of w aste fat is good
period of one year. Any am ount one for Each
two m eat-ration points.
sees fit to give, be it large or small,
is acceptable. If you desire addi Records
m ust be presented for
tional information, telephone Rev. gasoline renewals,
ty (U ¿
r f-a is i
Li. O. Stone, EA st 6096, and he will
tions and tire replacements.
send a representative A to call.
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First Class Service
WOOD, COAL, SAWDUST
Buym ore^^now ORDER NOW! Don’t risk short
2274 N. Interstate Ave.
age next winter.
Open 7 A.M. to 11 P.M.
Refer inquiries and complaints to
HERBERT LEWIS, Prop.
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W U lt ^¿¿¿¿notion
for Future security, too!
THE PORTLAND INQUIRER