Portland inquirer. (Portland, Or.) 1944-194?, December 08, 1944, Page Page 5, Image 5

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    CHRISTMAS DANCE PAGEANT TO
BE GIVEN AT AUDITORIUM
A RECENT O V I REPORT SHOWS
THAT CASH FARM INCOME ROSE
119* FROM 19-40 THROUGH 1943. THE
REPORT ALSO SHOWED TH A T FARM
DEBT IS DECLINING. MORTGAGE DEBT
£0R INSTANCE.ON AMERICAN FARMS
HAS DECREASED ALMOST fLOOQOOO.-
0 0 0 IN THE LA ST FOUR YEARS.
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* P L A N FO R T H E FU TU R E-
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Portland’s Only “Hot Spot”
Voters Benefit
Association
2 FLOOR SHOWS NIGHTLY
FEATURING
“MITZIE” MITCHELL
Torch Singer
.
“SUNNY” BOYD
Tap Dancer
SUE & DON ANDERSON, Songs Soft and Sweet
JOE CRANE
and his Rhythm Orchestra
Bob Arnold, Master of Ceremonies
A. G. (Charlie) Garrett, Manager
Runner Doing
His Stuff For
The Marines
(By Marine Cpl. Collie J. Nicholson
of Winnfield, La.)
SOMEWHERE IN THE PACI­
FIC (Delayed)—The Payton I.
Floumey who used to bum up the
cinder paths for the Palmyra, N. J.
High School, is now doing his run­
ning for the Marine Corps in the
Pacific.
Floumey is now a Marine Pri­
vate First Class and is using the
tajent that earned him positions on
the all-State and all-Eastem scho­
lastic track teams and a couple of
first places in the Penn Relays as
a runner for his unit here. Many
New Jersey sports followers re-
membdY him for his performances
in 1943 ..
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1340 N. Crosby Street
(East End Brwy Bridge
Christmas trees, and glitter, i Portland this year and takes the
yuletide events, and holiday par­ place of the usual Santa Claus par­
ties are giving a festive feeling ade, sponsored by the merchants,
and look to activities under direc­ which has been called off for the
tion of the recreational division of duration.
the Bureau of Parks.
ZOO LECTURE
Announced for Dec. 28 by pro­ ON SCHEDULE
clamation of the mayor is a dance Another special Christmas sea­
pageant, “The - Bluebird,” to be son project sponsored by the park
given at the Civic Auditorium and bureau is to be a lecture on “Zoo
in which children from all sections Pets” to be given by Arthur Green-
of the city will have part. Maeter­ hall, curator at the City Zoo, Dec.
linck’s famous and beloved story 16 at the Civic Recreation Center,
of Tyltyl’s and Mytyl’s search for S. W. 13th Ave., between Jefferson
the bluebird of Happiness will be and Main streets. The lecture, be­
interpreted in dance numbers. Re­ ginning at 2:30 p. m., and the
hearsals for the dance routines are pageant at the Civic Auditorium,
under way now in the various rec­ Dec. 28, both will be free but ad­
reation cente-s here and there missions will be by ticket only.
about the city.
Tickets are obtainable at the office
The pageant is the city’s official of the park bureau in the City Hall,
holiday salute to the children of Room 103.
DR. THURMAN SPEAKS
Co-Featured In
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held
at
First Presbyterian Church,
All-Girl Show S. W. 12th
Ave. and Alder St.
Dr. Thurman spoke at the even­
ing session. His subject was “Let
us care enough to act,” following
which there was a question period
in which pertinent questions on the
best action to take was discussed.
The conferences are to be follow­
ed by pre-Lenten services in Pres­
byterian churches all over the na­
tion.
Dr. Thurman, co-pastor of the
'Fellowship Church of San Francis­
co, one of many projects seeking to
give an experience in interracial
understanding not found in other
segregated churches, was one of a
team of three Presbyterian leaders
to visit Portland on Wednesday,
lndtfntU t it f t t l t Strviet that* December 6. He is on leave from
The top song stylist of them
Howard University where he has
all. popular Ella Fitzgerald is co­
featured w ith Jean Parks and
distinguished himself as one of the
H er A ll-G irl Orchestra on a tour
leading sociologists of the United
of theatres. Opening at the Royal
States. The occasion for the meet­
Theatre in Baltimore on Decem­
ber 1st, w ith playing dates also at
ing which is one of sixty held in
the Howard in Washington, D.C.,
cities through the United States
and H arlem ’s Apollo, the unit
was World Order Day for Presby­
‘gives out’ rhythm, but definitely!
terians in Portland. In describing
Ella concludes her engagement
extraordinary at the Cafe Zanzi­
the church of which he is co-pastor,
bar next week to join up w ith
Dr. Thurman stated that “any so­
the sepia girlie revuesical.
cial expression of this kind is sub­
ject to all of the possibilities of
liquidation.” The church is not
CHURCH OF GOD
2518 N. Williams and Russell making a point of interracialism,
Rev. 0. F. Brown, Pastor.
but as he stated it “for-instances”.
There
are three problems it must
Sunday School 10 A. M.
face:
Morning Worship 11 A. M.
Evening Worship, 8 P. M.
1. Whether or not you can create
who attend can be educated to the islands of community across racial
place where they will send their and cultural lines in a sea of racial
children to Sunday School rather and cultural tension.
than take the attitude that they 2. Whether or not two ministers
themselves are equal to the radical can share responsibilities equally
idesi whereas their children cannot and minister to the needs of the
deal with such a thing intelligent­ constituency.
3. Whether or not the parents
ly.
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