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A t Portland’s “ Hot Spot”
V. B. A.—
Olile Organ entertains out-of-town visitors at the Voters
Benefit Association. 1340 N. Crosby St. Left to right are: Mrs. Roberts
of Tacoma, Wash, Mrs. Re ha Donaldson. Portland, Mr. Sam Rucker of
Tacoma, brother-in-law of Mrs. Ollie Organ (next) and Mr. Roberts,
also of Tacoma.
On our sick list is Mrs. Jason
Fontane whose sister, Mrs. Jean
Brown, visited her recently. Mrs.
Brown, a former resident of Port
land, now resides in Berkeley, Cal.
and was here visiting her sister
and old friends for a week during
the Thanksgiving holiday period.
We are pleased to note that Mrs.
Fontane is convalescing and we
hope she will soon be out again.
Mrs. Janice Lewis has been ill
for some time in her home but is
Mrs. A. G. Garrett is up and
around again after a prolonged ill
Mrs. Lela Gray of Longview,
Wash., visited Portland last Sat
urday and Sunday as the guest of
Mr. and, Mrs. Oliver E. Smith, of
S. W. First Ave.
Miss Vivian Young of 96th Ave.
is recovering from a serious illness.
Her sister, little Miss. Marion
Young, was confirmed in St. Philips
Episcopal Church on Sunday, Nov.
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts of Taco
ma, Washington and Mrs. Sam
Rucker were the week end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Organ of
1566 N. E. Williams Court.
Mrs. Thlton English, 4320 S. E.
43rd Avenue, confined to her home
with a broken foot, was the recipi
ent of a lovely Poinsetta plant sent
to her by the day shift workers of
the Chase Bag Co. plant, where
she was employed. The night shift
sent her a Chinese Evergreen plant
and a Pink Begonia Mrs. English
will be confined to her home for
The Searchlight Club o f Mount
Olive Baptist church met at the
home o f Mrs. Clara Picket, 1319
N. Larabee St.
NEGRO B U Y S
FIR ST BOND
WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 21.
Price Collins, 55, Negro janitor, of
ficially opened the Sixth War Loan
in Milwaukee by purchasing the
first bond sold at campaign head
quarters— one o f $1,000 denomina
Collins is proud of his record of
having bought the first bond in
the last four campaigns. He bought
his first bond soon after Pearl Har
When he arrived at headquarters,
Collins brought along a sheaf of
bonds— 63 o f them aggregating
$12,000—just to prove to War Bond
officials that “ I’m not only buying
’em—but I’m hanging onto ’em.’’
D R IVE SLA T E D
RATION CA LE N D A R
(Clip and keep for handy
Nuptials in Guilds
Guilds Lake was the scene of a
beautiful setting on Saturday even
Price ceilings on used passenger ing for the wedding ceremony of
cars will be checked during De Miss Ine* B. Warren, formerly of
cember on a nation-wide basis, Mc- Linden, Texas and Mr. Sylvester
Dannell Brown, district OPA direc Batties, formerly) of Albuquerque,
New Mexico. The wedding was con-
tor, was informed from Washington
sumated at the home of the bride’s
parent, Mr. William Warren, 4535
“ Certainly OPA must protect the N. W. 44th Court
public from violations of these ceil
The maid of honor was Miss La-
ings. and obtain repayment of over Veme Pruitt, the best man Mr.
charges if they have occurred,” Leroy Smith and the flower girl
“ We must also i little Miss Pauline Jones, all from
protect the honest dealer of the tha Guilds Lake area and recent
community who is buying and sell residents of Portland.
ing at ceiling prices.”
Rev. M. Moses Roberts officiated.
The campaign will be aimed at
all sellers of used cars who violate
the price regulation, including both
private individuals and dealers, he
explained. Many buyers do not ex
amine carefully the certificates of
Elks, members of
transfer they sign, and do not know
202, in joint
they are being overcharged, Brown
session on Tuesday evening, with
members of Billy Webb Lodge,
The national campaign will be di
IBPOEW, agreed to permit the use
rected at ferreting out concealed
of their club rooms by the Teen
violations, the OPA director point
agers of the community.
The suggestion offered some
Typical of these concealed viola time ago by a member, Mrs. Arthur
tions which have been uncovered A. Cox, will be carried out as soon
by OPA in the past, are:
as suitable improvements can be
1. Requirement that the buyer made in the appointments o f the
pay an additional amount above the hall. Already arrangements have
legal ceiling to the seller to get been made to install Venetian
Blinds, Draperies, more tables and
2. Charging the buyer of a less other things that will make the
expensive car the maximum price hall an inviting place for the
for a higher priced model.
3. Allowing an unreasonably low
Daughter Ruler Mrs. Letha Peck
amount for a car traded in, or re announced that all arrangements
quiring a trade-in as a condition of will be under the direction of Mrs.
Cox and that the hall will be ready
4. Requiring the purchaser to for use some time next month.
Elks Club Open
buy on the time payment, or
finance plan when he wishes to pay
5. Illegal sales made at “ warran
MAIL IN YOUR
Book 4—Blue stamps A8 through
Z8 and A5 through W5 valid in
Meat, Butter, Cheese:
Book 4— Red stamps A8 through
Z8 and A5 through P5 valid in
Sugar: Book 4.
Sugar stamps 30 through 34 val
id indefinitely, 5 pounds each.
Sugar stamp 40 valid through
Feb. 28, 1945 for 5 pounds home
canning only. For more canning
sugar apply local board using
spare stamp 37.
Shoes: Loose Stamps Invalid
Book 3 — Airplane stamps 1-2-3
valid indefinitely. New stamp valid
Gasoli"? Coupons: Not valid unleaa
“ A ” 13 expires Dec. 21. Each
coupon worth 4 gallons.
Apply local board for purchase
certificates for oil, gas stoves.
Wood, Coal, Sawdust:
Delivery by priorities based on
written statements o f needs.
Current coupons valid through
August 31, 1945. Not more than 14
per cent of season’s rations should
have been used to date.
Refer inquiries and complaints to
price clerk at local board.
Rent Control: •
All rented dwelling units must
be registered, and changes in ten
2517 N. Williams
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Open from 9 :3 0 a. m.
to 1 :30 p. m.
E V E R YO N E WELCOME
Coin Operated Phonographs
In fin cn n lYfiifiir* P n .
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Portland 5, Ore.
ICE SK ATIN G A N D H O C K EY
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ICE A R E N A
2045 N. W . M AR SH ALL STREET
(Sellwood Bus or 23rd Car)
2272 N. Interstate Ave.
Membership Cards available at Park Bureau, City Hall
SKATE RE N TA L, 15c
Open to Boys and Girls over 12 years old
A F T E R TH E “ SHOW ” A T V . B. A .
Enjoy some Delicious
J. and M. B A R - B - Q
Fried Chicken Dinners
522 N. B R O A D W A Y
McCORDS SERVICE & G AR AG E
Prescription Guaranteed One Year
Guaranteed Against Breakage for
One Year (rimless glasses excepted)
Guaranteed Highest Quality Lenses
Guaranteed Perfect Styling
Immediate Satisfaction Guaranteed
Latest of Fluorescent Lighting
Clayt Green Photo Service
415 Raleigh Bldg.
TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
Long Distance Hauling, Packing,
Crating and Shipping
2211 NE Union Ave. Tel. TR 4320
Dr. W m . Corbin, Dr. Kennoth Loitzel, Registered Optometrifts
r T s BERG^ TRUCK
Contract and Commercial Hauling
Overhauling — Body and Fender Service
Washing and Polishing — Lubrication
Williams and Weidler
Manager C. C. McCord
Day Music Co.
FOR GOOD USED PIANOS
1123 SW Washington, Portland