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WYRCRIE HARRIS OMAHA BOY ROW WITH LUCKY MILLIRDER
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NEW YORK. (IPS):_Heralding a new trend in singing styles. Lucius (Lucky, to you) Miilmder,
the faoulous gentleman of the world of jive, has added his newest discovery. Wynon.e Harris, to h.s
tic-top mus cal aggregation now smashing attendance records at the Savoy Ballroom in Harlem.
Predicting a swing towards the blues style. Lucky has beaten his fellow band-.eaders to the punch
by replacing Trevor Bacon with young Harris, a distinctive stylist, who alone of ah the singers, shouts
h.s rhythms in a fashion that is fast establishing him among the top rankers.
MHinder brougnt Harris to New York from Kansas City, where some famous blues predecessor
like Joe Turner. Jimmy Rushing and T-Bone Walker originated from.
Young Ha-ris w share the s ng ng honors with another M.Hinder discovery, now a veteran per
former, Judy Carol, who came out of Hollywood several months ago with her startling beauty and pro
ceeded to chmo to the top with her pleasant song style.
CANADIAN AUDIENCES GREET DURHAM'S BAND
1rrfnr*xm IPS Pkam
Eddie Durham, with his famous AIMSirl Band that features Maestro Durham and Lips Hackett. ar* now
plaving Canada. Engagements across the border call for dates m Winnipeg (May 18. 19 and 20).
pr<nc* Albert (May 22); on May 23 and 24 at Saskatoon; May 25 and 26 at Regina, and the musico.
a~grrga<.en mo-ram *.ww to Le*htor-dg«, May 29; Calgary on May 30. and Edmonson on May 31.
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300 TESTIMONIALS IN BOOK
MARK WHITE'S 23th YEAR
New York—Tribute to Walter i
White’s 23 years ox service with the
National Association for the Advance
ment of Colored People was given |
here May 23 at a testimonial banquet
in the Hotel Roosevelt at which Mrs.
Franklin D. Roosevelt was the prin
cipal speaker. Other tributes were
given by Wendell L. Willkie and
President Mordecai W. Johnson of
Howard university. Mrs. Mary Me
Leod Bethune, who was scheduled to
speak, was confined to her bed with .
illness and sent a message.
More than 7.3© guests paid honor
to the militant secretary of the NA- j
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I WING SHIETS..
will outwear .any shirt
Price $2.25 to $10.00
ACP. Musical numbers were given
by Edward Matthews, baritone and
Duke Ellington, famed orchestra lea
der, The guest list read like a Who's
Who of black and white America. I
Among the two minute speeches
honoring Walter White were those
by Dr. O. Clay Maxwell, Mt. Olivet
Baptist church. New York; Arthur
B. Spingam. president of the NAA
CP.; Jean Muir, film actress : Dt.
Chatming H. Tobias, of the National
Board YMCA: Arthur Garfield Hays
famous civil liberties lawyer; Carl
Van Vechten. author ; Judge William
H. Hastfe; Dr James J. McClendon,
president of the Detroit. Michigan
NAACP ; and Roy Wilkins, editor of
Formal tribute to Secretary White
was contained in a leater bound gold
stamped book of personal expressions
from 300 nationally and internation
ally known personages. Among these
were Louise Adamic, Dr. and Mrs.
Ernest Alexander. William T. An
drews. Roger N. Baldwin. Joan Ben
nett. Attorney General Francis Bid
dle, Richmond Barthe". Charles A.
Beard. Pearl Buck. Cab Calloway.
Marc Connelly. Courttee Cullen. Sen
ator Bennett thamp Clark. Walter
Davenport. Judge Hubert T. Deiany.
David Dubinsky, Albert Einstein
James A. Farley. Mr. Justice Frank
furter, Bishop J. A. Gregg, William
C. Handy. J. Edgar Hoover. Charles
H. Houston. Grace Nail Johnson. At
torney General Cot California1 Rob
ert W. Kenny. Mayor F. H. La
Guardia. Canada Lee. Joe Louis. Con
gressman Clara Boothe Luce. Ira F.
Lewis. Philip Murray. Clarence Muse
L'ndersecretary of War Robert P
Patterson, A. Philip Randolph. Bill
Robinson. President and Mrs. Fran
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Welt, what DO you guys want? We believe Nora Blunt, singing star
with Luis Russell's Orchestra, is rather a cute sort of a piece ef
humanity. The band's on tour and you might get an eyeful and an
earful of this chirper, at that. Let’s know what you think ef Nora,
kiin D. Roosevelt. William Pickens.
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Welles, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, Wei
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By Lillian B. Storms
How about Vitamins tor baby?
Well, they’re certainly a fascinat
ing subject! While some very ser
ious diseases, such as rickets and
scurvy, result from vitamin defi
•iencies, Mothers today have more
eause to be interested in milder
vitamin deficiencies — borderline
Watch first for a lack of vigor and
vitality in baby—it may be caused
by nutritional inadequacies This
can come either from insufficient
food—or from food that while suf
ficient in amount is poorly chosen.
Such young ones may have a whole
tram oi trouDies
that are not
readily defined —
eolds, easy infec- -
rapid fatigrue. re
tarded growth or
poor appetite are
some of the signs.
Fortunately most babies are not in
this class, but it seems a shame
that any baby should be handi
capped by inadequate food. There
are so many easy ways of getting
a nutritious variety for babies. For
instance, many doctors are now
recommending a two-cereal idea —
serving cereal food at one feeding,
and strained oatmeal at the next.
This gives variety, and both foods
are available with iron and B vita
mins added. And there are many
other wavs, and if you’d like to
know some of them, write for
“Foods for Baby,” a free 32 page
booklet which is available as a
service of this paper. Drop a post
card to “Foods for Baby,” Fr»
' FLORIDA JURY FAILS TO
IXDICT IX KILLING OF BOY,
11. B Y THREE WHITES
New York.—Governor S. L. Hol
| land, of Florida, has informed the
I N’AACP that the grand jury of Su
w-annee county has failed to return
an indictment in the case involving
. the death of Willie James Howard
' on January 2, 1944. at Live Oak. Fla.
The father of the boy was the only
i eye witness to the crime, other than
the persons who were accused, wb <
testified before the grand jury. The
Acting State Attorney. David Lanier
! told the grand jury that the parties
i were guilty of murder in the first de
[ gree if they were guilty of anything.
Willie James Howard was 15 years
oid at the time of his death. Alcord
ing to his father, three men kidnapp
ed the boy and took him and his fa
ther in an automobile to the Suwan
j nee River where they parked the car.
tied the boy's hands and feet and
threw the boy into the river. The
men claimed that Willie had given
the daughter of one of the men a
Christmas card. They also said that
j Willie crawled over and fell into the
A few days after this event, the
| Howasds sold their house and moved
| to Orlando.
DEATH SENTENCES FOR 3
[SOLDIERS CHANGED TO LIFE
Washington—The death sentences
1 of Richard P. Adams. John W. Bor
denave and Lawrence Mitchell, three
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-LOVE DIVIDED BY TWO"
OVER WOW JUNE SIXTH
Jon Hall will be Producer C. P
MacGregor's guest star on Hoily
Radio Theatre over WOW, Tuesday
June 6. Hall will be starred in an
original radio drama entitled. “Love,
Divided by Two.”
Charlie McCarthy name
CONTEST EXTENDED TO
.Because cl the nation-wide interest
in Edgar Bergen's new old-maid char
acter. and because of the great res
ponse to Charlie's request for name
suggestions for her, the contest will
be kept open until August 1.
When the entries are judged, the
contributor of the winning name will
be given a $30 War Bond.
All suggestions should be mailed to
Charlie McCarthy, 1626 North Vine
Street, Hollywood, 28, California.
Ak.MSTROXG-JO YCE BODT
ATTRACTS SPORT FAXS
Chicago. III., June 1 (PPNS > Pre
liminary training by “Hammer’1'!; '
Henry Armstorng. one time triple
title holder, for his fight tomorrow
night with Willie Joyce is completed
with Armstrong ruling as a distinct
favorite. Battling a few days ago,
showed him to be tops. Though
Joyce is no setup, veteran rinv en
thusiasts arvue the outcome is not
a matter of debate.
The fight takes place at the Chic
ago Stadium and is the first Chicago
appearance of Armstrong since he
chilled Everett Rightmire in the
Stock Yards Amphitheater.
BUDDY'S REALLY GOING
PLACES IN FIGHT GAME
Corporal "Baddy" McCrea. locally
well known in fight circles, and box
ing instructor and trainer at the
Fairmont AAF. and his physical trait:
ing officer, 1st Lt. Kenneth Deith.
took five of the base's boxer- to
Hastings, Nebraska. Friday, May 19
to fight on the Hartneck-Horwiek
The boys from the base won 3
bouts, 4 ko's and lost one decision.
The soldiers, who won. their bouts
j by KO's were Toe Smith. Yal Dei
! rano and Don Sturtevant. William
Dudley won by a decision and Earl
I Fisher lost his fight by decision.
HUNCH FOURTH TERM
'T\-;o0. in )-k 1 < PENS . —
Headed by Chaimru William P
Iktrison the Illinois Midwest Negro
Fiopk's Assembly will meet h; Chi
cago June 24 and 2i at tiie Pa-nvay
kiliroom. Delegates from 12 nud
weetern states ar.> expected to at
t o i he mat par rose of the r:i
1 c:vg as con*n.n d ’.n the anne toio
r • r.t ; to start a: independent draft
n nent for i tom tL term fer Pres
id rt Proseveh.
privates in the United States Army,
who were sentenced to death on a
charge of rape were commut’d to
life imprisonment n April 29 by
President Rs-osevelt, it was kamed
here last week.
The three soldiers while on guard
duty in a Louisiana camp were ac
cused of having attacked a white
man within the camp grounds. They
were first sentenced to death by a
Louisiana state court, but NAACP
lawyers took the case to the United
States Supreme Court and had it
thrown out on the ground that the
state court had no jurisdiction. The
men were then tried by court martial
at Camp Maxey. Texas, where they
were again sentenced to death large
ly because they had given numerous
conflicting signed confessions to both
civil and military authorities.
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FROM SUNNY CALIFORNIA
Thelma Johnson Streat, noted art
ist iron San Francisco. Calif, now !
in Chicago in the interest of post-'
war murals for child education. Miss
Streat's work has been exhibited in *
fcsdmg art galleries through out the
United States and a number of her
outstanding pieces are in the per mar - !
ent collection of the Musea. - of Mo- 1
dem Art, K. V, the Alh-n Benuei j
Ci ilection m San Francis- > aurl *«e !
Pntland Art Museum, Portland. Her !
bcsl-nd. R. V. Streat. is a gunner's i
■safe 2C in the U. S. Navy. < i'PNS :
“NEGRO SOLDIER" OUT
Washington, D. C„ June I ( PPNS |
The much talked of film. "The Negro j
Soldier” will be released by the War j
Department for non-theatrical show- !
tng on June 15. Information about
securing the film can be had by writ j
ing to the Non-Theatrical Division.'
Office of War Information, Temp
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“Two Girls And A Sailor”. MG M’s
merry, mighty, musical is a pleasure
cruise through and through?
* * * *
Singers, dancers, romancers add up to a
tornado of talent, a gale of merriment!
* * * *
Van Johnson is the sailor every girl
It’s gobs of fun when he gets mixed up
with June .Aliyson and Gloria DeHaven
—in fact it's a swell case of “Two Girl*
And A Sailor”
♦ * * *
Grade Allen speaks for herself!
♦ * * #
Lena Horne—sings for you!
* * * *
Harry James and his Music Maker*
with Helen Forrest and Xavier Cugat
and his orchestra with Lina Romay
make it good listening all the way
through this musical show!
* * * *
And if that isn't enough—listen to these
entertainment names also in the big cast.
* * * *
Tom Drake. Henry Stephenson. Henry
O'Neill. Ben Blue. Carlos Ram ires,
Frank Sully, Albert Coates. Donald
Meek. Amparo Navarro. Virginia O'Brien
and the Wilde Twins!
* * * *
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