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Portland Observer
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Thursday, October 23, 1975
Page 5
I've always considered the bass as being a non verbal instrument. However,
James Leary I I I had it talking a hundred miles a minute! His own composition
"She So Sweet" was definately a standout selection for the evening It was a free
floating tune that took you up easy and brought you bark
mellow Right on time
Generally speaking. Bobby Hutcherson and his quintet were good. Hut the next
time Hobby and his quintet are in town, I'll probably want to know who his back up
men are.
by A llea
October 25th 26th
The Harem Room presents Rivers and Estell
The Wee Too
Duo.
October 25th - 1st
Kamada Inn presents The Fun Factory."
October
The Prima
Donna presents "The Exciting" Mel Brown Trio.
Wednesday thru Saturday.
The Upstairs Ixiunge presents Pleasure.
November 7th
The Paramount Northwest presents Rufus
Kahn
E V E N T S OF T H E W E E K
O ctober 31st
E n tertain m en t Katings
•F a ir “ Good
• • • Excellent
featuring Chaka
Mr. and Mrs. William Burton, long time residents of Portland, and a host of
friends celebrated their 25th Wedding Anniversary, Sunday, October 19th. The
affair was hosted by William Burton, Jr., a Senior at Oregon State University. The
Burtons’ were the recipients of many lovely gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Burton.
Congratulations on behalf of the Portland Observer on your 25th Wedding
Anniversary.
What'» Happening In Entertainment
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In the last year or so, The Jazz He Opui Tavern ha» come up with some heavy
weight musicians to entertain you. Hoy Ayer», Jack DeJeanettc, Dexter Gordan
and Hobby Hutcherson, who was there Sunday.
After waiting half an hour
outside, and one hour after getting in. Hobby Hutcherson and the Aggeration were
off to the sky. Along with Bobby on vibes there were: Ixiuie Bourd on saxaphone,
Henry llacord on drums and James Ix*ary III on base The set was a variety of up
tern,>o compositions, like: "Moments Notice," a Cole Porter selection; "Soft as
Peanuts," by Charlie Parker: "Bees Poem." a Bobby Hutcherson composition that
he composed for his son, an airy tune that showed the vibes enthusiast just how it's
done.
As far as individual performances were concerned, the saxophonist Ixiuie Bourd
was in on most of the solos, but his cold, solemn expressions all evening were
obvious to the |K>mt that I forgot he was even there Henry Hacord, the drummer
for the group, is a pretty good drummer
However. I atn glad that I was
sandwiched between two beautiful sisters off to the side of the bandstand, I would
have moved my seat (or sure He played entirely too loud all evening. For a while,
I thought he was the star of the show and Bobby Hutcherson was just a member of
the cast.
C H E C K IT O U T :
Seeing that you'll probably be going to see Mahogany on opening night, why
don't you review the show? You will have until November 1st to submit your
written review to the Entertainment Guide. 2201 N. Killingsworth. or drop it by
the office The best review will be published in the next edition of the Observer
along with the author's picture. The winner also gets two free tickets to the up
coming “Rufus" concert on the 7th of November at the Paramount Northwest.
How's that for a contest??
R oyal Esquire Club
invites you to a
Joe Joseph
Your Comm unity
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR
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Club is available for parties.
banquets, dances, etc.
Call 284 8250 or 289 7016
Donation $2.00
This week Central Catholic high school students are selling
Almond Koca to benefit their activities and athletic program
Call 235-3138 for home delivery,
"Fiorellol," a play featuring an incident in the life of
Fiorello I .a Guordia. mayor of New York from 1934 1945, will
be presented at the University of Portland, Mago Hunt
Center for the Performing Arts. October 31st to November
2nd. November 7th to 9th at fi OO p m
S t.. Mary's Church of Veronica announces its Fifth
Semi annual Quilt Fair, October 31st through November 9th,
10:00 a m to 5 00 p m. Quilts will be on exhibit and for sale.
Over 200 quilts will be on display, many of which are over
125 years old.
A large selection of quilts and patchwork items will be
displayed at Kiwanas Hall at the old Church on Southwest
U th and Clay, November 8th by the Quilter's Coop. The coop
is interested in new members who want a market for their
work.
The announced Wayne Morse Banquet will be held at the
Memorial Coliseum on Saturday. November 15th. Senator
Birch Bayh of Indiana, candidate for the Democratic Party
nomination for President will be the featured speaker
Beservations must be made by November 11th, phone
226-7106
The A ll American M rdia, a special workshop in media
production, will lie held at Concordia College on November
3rd from 8:00 a m. to 5:00 p m The workshop is designed as
a basic introduction to multi media/multi image for all ages,
phone 228 8383
The Aurora Colony Historical Society will exhibit old and
new needlecraft at its Ox Barn Museum. 2nd and Liberty,
Aurora. November 1st through 9th
Halloween movies for children will be shown at the North
Portland branch of the Multnomah County Library on Friday,
October 31st at 4 00 p m . 512 North Killingsworth, phone
284 5622
City Commissioner Mildred Schwab will keynote the
o|iening session on November 5th of “Job Readiness." a
Division of Continuing Education workshop
The six week
workshop is presented for women who plan to re enter the
job market.
The Portland Association o f Childbirth Education will offer
fall and winter classes at Portland Adventist. Good
Samaritan, Cedar Hills Community Church, the Hansen
Health Building, Providence Hospital, Rose City Park
Methodist Church, and the Vniv.*esit> o f Oregon Medical
School The various stages of labor, proper breathing and
relaxing techniques are taught, phone 284 0591 Wilcoxen
Y's Buys Shop, the Portland Y W l A s thrift shop at 1127
Southwest Morrison, is having a Bountiful Bag Bonanza on
October 30th from 10:00 a m. to 4:00 p m
Shoppers ran
bring a large brown grocery hag and fill it with quality
clothing and merchandise for $1.
An exploratory approach to mathematics will he the
subject of a workshop on the Young Child and Mathematics,
Saturday. October 25th, at Oregon Episcopal School (St.
Helen's Dagwell Hall) in Raleigh Hills
The workshop,
co sponsored by the Oregon Mathematics Council and the
Oregon AssiMuation for Education of Young Children, will
introduce participants to mathematics laboratory activities,
manipulative» and games Pre registration is required.
Senator Vern Cook will host State Reprsenative Wally
Priestley, on KRDR's Eastside Report, Sunday, October 26th
at 9:00 a m. and repeated at 11:30 p.m. They will discuss the
referral of the proposed gas tax increase. K R DR is at 1230
on the dial.
You get a lot to like.
CHURCH EVENTS
Allen Temple CMF„ 8th and Skidmore, is having a Baz»ar
and Rummage sale November 1st in their Fellowship Hall at
the church from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m......Maranatha Church, 1222
Northeast Skidmore will hold their annual Children s
Halloween Party October 31st beginning at 7:00.....Faith
Tabernacle. 7015 Northeast 23rd, the Choir will sing at
Clackamas high school, Monday, October 27th. Tickets are
11.00 November 1st the Church will have a banquet at the
Sheraton Hotel Tickets are: $12.00 per person or $22.00 per
couple. November 23rd a tea will be held at the Church at
3:30
The Choir leaves November 21st for Anahiem,
California where they will lie guest choir at the International
Apostalir Convention at Melody Iaine. They will he gone one
week. Reverend Sylvester McCullumn and the inspirational
Choir journeyed to Colton October 19th where they were the
Ivy, Missionary Society M2 will have as guest speaker. Mrs
C Fergueson. president of the Women's Union District
Association at 3:30
The Salvation A rm y will hold "A
Festival of Music" at 1785 Northeast Sandy. October 31st.
7:30 p.m featuring the Hollywood Tabernacle Band.
The
band has been organized since the turn of the century and
has toured Europe, Australia and New Zealand, the United
States and Canada.
The United Methodist Women of Patton Centra) Church,
5023 North Michigan at Alberta, will hold a Bazaar on
November 8th from 10:00 a m to H:00 p.m. Chuck Wagon
lunch 10:00 a m. to 2:30 p.m. (Price up to you) and Spaghetti
Dinner 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (Adults $2.00. children 50c).
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