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STU D Y GROUP
! Center To
FORMS BRANCH Sponsor Chorus
The Allied Racial and Minorities
Studies Group has formed a branch
here, with Mr Oliver E. Smith as
executive secretary. The purposes
of the group are to support bona-
fide inter-racial groups, associa
tions and leagues registered local
ly or with the Social Science In
stitute nationally. To expose and
boycott “ Wildcat” or “ Dues Col
lecting” non-representative organi
Vhe national office of this inter
racial group publishes a pamphlet
monthly on the types of associa
tions organized, especially to dupe
the Negro, this pamphlet also in
cludes the names of organizations
and the people connected with
them. There will also be a pam
phlet issued locally.
The A. R. M. S. G. is a non
partisan, non-profit organization
and does not deprive its members
of their political belief, and is a
safeguard against unscrupulous
people and their henchmen.
GOT L E S S THAN $ 9 A
ROUND FOR FIGHT/NG
P E T E R JA C K SO N IN 1891
Round of Card
Here Dec 4
I he Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
Dance is going to be the dance of
the season. This group of civic-
minded young ladies are giving
residents of the community an op
portunity to dance with a purpose.
Their dance which will be held at
Norse Hall on December 4th is for
the purpose of raising funds to
create a permanent loan fund for
the benefit of young college girls
who need assistance. Their spirit
of generosity has as its basis the
whole-hearted intent of these girls
to see that other members of their
race have an opportunity for train
ing such as they themselves pos
Everyone can help them in their
laudable ambition by attending and
making this affair a financial suc
Joe Crane and his Orchestra are
scheduled to play for the dance.
POWERS FURNITURE CO.
S. W. THIRD and YAMHILL ST.
Mr. Roger Baldwin of the Civil
Liberties Union is scheduled to
speak in Portland on Friday, Dec.
1, at the City Club on the “ Negro
Question.” Dr. DeNorval Unthank
is the only colored member of the
If fruits and nuts figure prom
inently in your holiday menus,
make not o f these recent price
changes. Ceiling prices of bananas
grown in Panama, Costa Rica,
Guatamala and Honduras have
been lowered about a cent a pound.
Florida tangerines are up about a
cent a pound and packed cranber
ries will cost about three cents
more per one pound can. New ceil
Editor’s Note: Here is an op
ing prices for filberts are from two
portunity for Portlanders to meet
to three cents a pound higher for
some of their new neighbors. Let’s
those in the shell and nine cents
all go to these card parties.
higher for the shelled nuts.
Mickey McCafferay’s Orchestra
is scheduled to play for a dance at
the East Vanport Recreation Cen
ter on Saturday, December 12.
Mrs. Mary Cummings, director of
the center, announced that the ad
mission charge will be low and the
profits, if any, will be used to buy
a mimeograph machine for the cen
ter and mats for the gymnasium.
Here On Friday
A gay round of Bridge, Whist
and Pinochle parties of interest to
Vanport adults has been announced
by Mrs. Julia Smith, director of
Community Center Number 6. The
card parties are to start Friday,
December 1st, at the center lo
cated on North Cottonwood. There
is no fee and refreshments are free.
Dance to Be Held
A t East Vanport
Community Center Number 7,
Vanport, will sponsor a Chorus of
Mixed Voices from ages 12 to 20.
Anyone who wishes to join may
apply for a tryout to Mrs Me Rill
at the Center.
Anyone wishing to take on the
job of directing the Chorus may
also apply to Mrs. McRill, as no
director has been selected as yet.
Girls from the ages of 10 to 15
who are interested in Home Nurse
Training can apply to any Com
munity Center in Vanport. Classes
are now in session. ,
Each Community is forming its
Own Basketball Team and any boy
or girl interested, can joint by ap
plying at any of the Centers.
A ceiling price of $6.50 a pair
has been set on two types of men’s
army service shoes which have been
declared surplus by the army and
will be sold to civilians as work
shoes. A Ration Stamp will be re
quired for them. Both types have
leather soles, one with a leather tap
over the sole and the other with
an outside rubber top over the sole.
The are russet tan with straight tip
and bellows tongue.
NEW T A LE N T
COMES TO V. B. A .
In keeping with his promise to
bring the best talent possible to
Portland, “ Charlie” Garrett has
done it again at the Voters Benefit
Association. Topping an already
brilliant array of fine entertainers
he has spared no expense in bring
ing to Portland qqe of the West
Coasts best Pianists, Don Ander
son. Many people here either know
or have heard of this ivory tickler
and know he is a piano player of
no mean ability. He has been rank
ed with the best of them, the great
“ Fats” Waller, Teddy
“ Father” Hines and others. As a
piano petter he really has some
thing on the ball. His first appear
ance at the Voters Benefit Asso
ciation will be Saturday night and
we will give odds that after Port
land hears this former son, there
will be standing room only.
Don’s piano playing ranks second
only to his lovely wife’s singing,
also part of the “ Show” at V. B.
She croons those soft sweet
numbers between the regular Floor
Shows. Just ask “ Sue” to sing your
favorite number and you are do to
hear it as you possibly never heard
it sung before.
Both “ Sue” and Don are here as
the result of a promise by Charlie
Garrett to give Portland a real
Night Club. To those who have not
seen it, take it from me, you are
missing out on something. A Night
Club with an authentic Eastern at
mosphere and the best to be found
in the Pacific Northwest.
Community Center Number One
will be the scene of a Smoker on
Shoes made after Dec. 1 of a cer Friday evening and the public in
tain quality of pigskin, and con general is invited. There will be 8
taining no other leather may be amateur bouts and one for all. One
sold ration free. This type of pig of the contestants in the bouts is a
skin, known to shoemakers as “ ba young colored fighter who looks
con rind,” is mostly for women’s like he has real championship stuff
and children’s shoes, and for re in him. He is Jack Davis, 19 years
inforcing canvas gym shoes to im old, 160 pounds. According to his
prove their wearing quality.
^trainer, Ed Lewis, he is the real
R ETU RN
R E -D A T E D
FEMALE HELP WANTED
DISHWASHER— 5 day Week, (40
hours) Monday through Friday.
Hours 12 noon to 8 p. m. 58c an
hour. Some cleaning. See Mrs.
Stark, YWCA, Broadway and
Taylor. BEacon 6281.
Stenographer-Typist, capable of
taking dictation. Must have had
experience in office
Phone or write Portland Inquir
er, 2736 N. E. Rodney Ave., City
12; WE 7220.
Male Help Wanted
Pin Setters— 12 Boys or young
men for Day or Night Shift. Top
rates paid. No experience requir
ed. Phone or write Portland In
quirer, 2736 N. E. Rodney Ave.
FEMALE HELP WANTED
WOMAN— Middle-aged housekeep
er wishes room, board and sala
ry. Small home, no children, no
laundry. Call Br. 1908 after 5
. p. m.
S. D U K E
Thursday, Dec. 7
FOURTH & MAIN
Authorized Adam Hat Agency
“Not Better But the
D A V ID ’S ” ear
Washington NeAr Fourth
Open Friday Evenings