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Body of Suicide
Tom Jones, Negro of 7705 S. E
105th Ave., Portland, found the
body of George W. Hutchison, 70,
who has been missing since Sep
Jones discovered the body on a
lot at S. E. 110th Ave. and Mt.
Scott Blvd. while out for a walk
and reported it to the police. The
coroner said that Hutchison had
been dead for several days and
that there will not be an inquest.
It was evident that he had com
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FOR RENT TABOOED
Recent action by the Office of
Administration limits the
“Porgy and Boss”—Etta Moten and William Franklin in a scene
of landlords asking new
from the world famous play “Porgy and Bess”, coming to the
put up a heavy sum of
Auditorium October 5-0-7-8, Tickets are now on sale at the
cash, and of holding to cash al
ready collected as a “security depo
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MUST BE STRONG
Complaints from tenants say oF bombed B erlin on PHOfOGRAPHj
The Army and Navy postal serv- that landlords are demanding $100 , RESERVED F or GERMAN billboard
ices this week emphasized the ne-1‘° $200 as “security deposits” for
rent houses, the agency said. |
cessity for packing all Christmas low OPA’s
action does not materially !
gifts for service men and women change the present administration
j overseas in boxes of metal, wood, of the rent regulations, but is does INSPECTION
fiberboard, or strong double- tell exactly what rules apply to Tire inspection records will not
faced corrugated fiberboard. The security deposits.” In general, a
landlord may not request or keep a beA “sed ia ratloninS after current
boxes should be tied with strong “security
deposit" unless it was his A 0 gasoh™ ratlon books exPire
ing period for overseas is Septem- practice to do so at the time of the on September 21, Frederic F. Jan-
twine. The Christmas package mail- maximum rent date.
ney’ distf ct 0PA Z o n in g execu-
ber 15 to October 15.
If a landlord can show need of a ^ive’ sai today.
. . . . . . . . . . . deposit to protect movable objects, I Since discontinuance of the peri-
e SerV1CeS that
11 18 hlRh‘ ’ such as keys or ice trays, he may °^c tire -inspection program on
ask for permission to collect such a April 20, 1944, the tire inspection
| boxes be securely wrapped in heavy deposit;
kept by every motorist has
I paper, if available, as experience. „ , but the most he will
., be record
been used primarily a record o f;
has shown that boxes without | This action also
,V.0, applies to ad- Kas°line rations issued each auto-;
! wrapping often become crushed or vance
of rent. Some m°bile, Janney said.
; split, thus allowing the contents landlords payments
have been requiring ad Motorists should mail in their
vance payments of six months’ or tire inspection record along with
Contents of the packages should even one year’s rent. Whether or the back cover of their “A” book
TIN Y BRADSHAW
be packed tightly, in order that ar not the tenant stays for the full when applying for a renewal.
PEARL M. DREW
Miss Pearl Margaret Drew, one ticles may not become loosened in period for which his rent is paid,, Along with the new “A” gasline ATTRACTION FORMERLY AN
of Portland’s own talented
singers, transit, damaging the contents or OPA believes that it is an unwar- ration book, each motorist will re- NOUNCED AS CANCELLED
has taken another step towards her *"be coverr8 the parcels. Hard i ranted burden on a tenant to make ceive a new mileage rationing rec- NOW SCHEDULED.
chosen career as a concert artist. cand*e8> nuts» caramels (including more than the customary advance ord which will thereafter serve as
fruit payment. These rulings apply to the record of gasoline rations is- Tiny Bradshaw and his (Jersey
Drews’ e „ application
for _. cake,
, . chocolate),
, bars individual-
hotels and rooming houses, as well! sued, Janney pointed out. Then the Bounce) Orchestra who follows
0 , , . . „ Fund , , has re-1 ly * wrapped
in . waxed . paper , should as to houses and apartments.
old tire inspection record will no Sweethearts of Rhythm to Mc-
Elroy’s Ballroom Monday, Sept.
rj. „ will be A inclosed
in „ inner , boxes
longer be necessary.
, or cardboaru.
_ _ of candies,
All local boards are now staffed 18, 1944.
GOT THE BIRD
compete for ~ the $500
’ homemade , or commercial
. : I
A man bought a canary from an with extra volunteers to handle the A presentation of S. Duke.
prizes. Miss Drew is to be in Phila- should be mailed. Sharp-pointed or anjmai
additional load of mailing out the
delphia, Pa., on October 7th to sing sharp-edged instruments, such as “You’re
books, Janney said. He urged
over one of their local airways. She razors and knives, must have their snid suspiciously,
to take advantage of this
will sing, “My Mother Bids Me points or edges protected so they «He’s a grand singer.”
not wait until the last minute
Binds My Hair,” and the “Ave Ma cannot cut through their coverings The customer left. A week later and
and run the risk' of not getting SUBSCRIPTION NOW
ria” from Cavalleria Rusticana in and damage other mail.
their new books in time.
Miss Drew who has been singing I Christmas packages should bear “Say! This bird you sold me is
all her life, is seventeen years old. the endorsement “Christmas Par-, lame!”
She attributes all of her success to ceI” and must weif?h no more than “Well, what did you want — a
her faithful friend and teacher Vi- five Pounds and measure no more singer or a dancer?”
da Teresa Bennett. For it is her ^an lo inches in length,
wish to Bee another of our colored
youths attain success in life.
As other forums are scheduled,
OvV ^ 1
Miss Drew will appear in a Bene- j the Portland Inquirer will publish
fit Recital on September 29, 1944, the date for the benefit of those
DEW EY 5 0 , D P I C L U B
at the Neighbors of Woodcraft who are interested. These forums
Building at 8:15 p. m. Admission j are of benefit to the community
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I an«! should b attended by all.
(To help carry the Dewey ticket of Abraham Lincoln’s party.)
Enclosed find $1.00 for my dues
(Check), (Money Order), ($1.00 bill)
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