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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, December 02, 1937, Image 40

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volte for Paramount's Betty Boop
cartoons, who’s on hand to show how
lt’e done. There’s singing in the
Martha Raye manner by Lynn Born, a
comedy number by Sylvia Braun and
Andy Howard and his Carolinians pro
vide the dance music.
* * * *
Lotus—The popular Paul Florenz
revue has been held over for a second
week, with Sandino and Fairchild,
act ballroom dancers, also still on
hand with their top-notch original
routines. Newcomers are Lew Spen
cer, who knows a lot about tap danc
ing, and Lucille Ray, acrobatic dancer.
A1 Norton is the master of ceremonies,
songs are by Marlon Dawn and Bill
Strickland, and the Capitolians play
for dancing.
* * * *
Hamilton Hotel—Always remaining
popular is the Rainbow room, and
always, it seems, there’s a happy crowd
op hand. Dancing afternoons until
7 and evenings after 10 is to music
by Milt Davis and his orchestra, with
songs oy Ginger Lee. Lou Hehrman
and Bert Bernath.
* * * *
Maryland Club Gardens—There's a
floor show every night in the at
tractive cocktail lounge. Dancing
there, too, to music by Jimmy Sant
xneyer and his orchestra.
* * * *
Anchor Room—The Annapolis Ho
tel's battleship-decorated cocktail
lounge is another popular downtown
spot. No dancing, but there’s music
by a John Slaughter trio, with Fran
Trappe and his accordion on hand.
* * * *
Hay-Atoms House—To make the
main dining room an even pleasanter
spot there’s dinner music from 6 to
9 nightly by Larry Hendrick and his
electric organ.
* * * *
Checkerboard Room—There's enter
tainment every evening from 5 to 7
and from 10 to 1 in the Lafayette
Hotel’s popular lounge. Entertain
ment also at the special Saturday
luncheons.
* * 3k sfc
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Swanee Ballroom—Phil O'Brien and
his orchestra play for dancing every
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
night.
After Dark
(Continued From Page B-14.)
Sweeney of Ohio and Representative
Luther Patrick of Alabama ... At
the Madrillon: Just for the record
. . . The Shoreham's Bamee dancing
with attractive Mary Lou Samer.
* • • Maybe Tommy Dorsey, who
recently brought the tune back to
fame ought to know . . . that Jim
Moran, the recording chap, recently
made a recording of Johnny Shaw's
Madrillon Orchestra . . . now spends
much of his time listening to Helen
Forrest's version of ‘‘Marie” . . . One
of the reasons why Russ Cullen's
Bamboo Gardens Orchestra sounds as
bright as it does, is Charlie Frank
hauser, his arranger . . . and for evi
dence we offer his version of "You
Can't Stop Me From Dreaming” . . .
All you people who used to cry for the
tune at the Club Habana should know
that ammy Marks’ "Moody” has
been published . . . and if you go to
the Heigh-Ho and ask him he'll tell
you which downtown music store now
has it on sale . . . Joe Herbert, the
master of ceremonies whose engage
ment at the Cocoanut Grove ended
last night, almost floored a couple of
friends the other night . . . when he
refused to okay a rehearsal next day
. .. saying he wanted to go visit Con
gress . . . On account of he needed
some new material.
HERO PILOT DROWNS
Lihr, One of Nobile Polar Plight
Rescuers, in Fatal Crash.
STOCKHOLM, Dec. 2 OP).—'The
Finnish pilot, Gunnar Lihr, one of
the heroes of the expedition which
rescued survivors of the Nobile polar
flight In 1928, drowned last night
when he made a forced landing in a
thick snowfall.
Lihr put his mail plane down on a
lake thinly covered with ice, appar
ently mistaking it for a field.
The ice broke and Lihr and his radio
operator drowned.
420-FOOT DEPTH
REACHED BY DIVER
Record Broken by 114 Feet in
Testing Pressure-Resist*
ing Mixture.
By the Associated Press.
PORT WASHINGTON, Wis., Dec.
2.—Max E. Nohl, 27-year-old amateur
diver, descended 420 feet to the floor
of Lake Michigan yesterday to reach
the greatest depth in water ever
attained by a man in a diving suit.
After nearly three hours in the
icy dipths, Nohl was hauled back
to the deck of the Coast Guard, cut
ter Antietam. Ship-to-shore short
wave radio communication announced
his condition as good, it was reported
by the Coast Guard's chief radio
operator, Herbert Wren, at Chicago.
The cutter brought Nohl back to
Milwaukee, his home.
The depth of 420 feet ^reached by
Nohl exceeded by 114 feet the United
States Navy diving record of 306
feet set by Prank Crillery on the
bottom of Pearl Harbor, Honolulu,
in 1915.
Nohl’s avowed purpose in making
yesterday’s descent was twofold. It
was a test of a special mixture of
oxygen and helium, supplied from a
tank strapped to his back, which Nohl
——i
and Capt. John Craig, a commercial
diver, said enabled a diver to reaiat
the pressure of water at greater depths
and which, they said, reduced the
danger of “bends."
The plunge also was practice for
Nohl’s intended descent to the sunken
liner Lusitania, which lies in 112 feet
of water off the Irish coast.
44-HOUR WEEK LAW
EXCEPTIONS GRANTED
Pennsylvania Permits 48-Hour
Maximum in Hotels and
Restaurants.
Br the As&cclsted Press.
HARRISBURG, Pa., Dec. 2.—Oper
ators of hotels and restaurants
yesterday were granted an exception
to the new 44-hour -week law permit
ting them to keep their employes on
duty up to 48 hours a week.
The ruling was handed down by
the Industrial Board.
The law was to have become effec
tive yesterday, but employers were
given until January 3 to adjust them
selves to it, in a decision announced
Tuesday by Labor Secretary Ralph M.
Bashore.
The decision on hotels and restau
rants provided time-and-one-half pay
for all hours worked in excess of eight
in one day and 44 in one week.
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