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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

A message from U. S. Senator Kamala D. Harris

A message from Senator Kamala D. Harris

Senator Harris Statement on 
President Trump's Budget

Today, U.S. Senator Kamala D. Harris, a member of the Senate Committee on the Budget, released the following statement in response to President Trump’s proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2018.
“At its core, this budget is a cruel betrayal of the middle class and threatens our ability to ensure basic public safety, public health, and public education. This budget makes clear the values of this Administration: it prioritizes those at the top, while leaving working families and the middle class high and dry.
“It reduces taxes for the wealthiest Americans while taking away Social Security for disabled Americans and tax credits for families with children. It gives corporations tax breaks while eliminating resources for students trying to pay for college. It spends billions of dollars on a wall that won't work, while cutting access to health care and initiatives to cure cancer.
"I will stand up, speak out, and fight against this budget at every turn just as I will fight against this Administration’s efforts to strip health care from millions. We are better than this.”
Budget Impact on California:
  • Eliminates federal funding for 51 community action programs in California that provide thousands of low-income Californians emergency food, shelter, heating assistance, transportation and health care.
  • Reduces ‘Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act’ funding by more than $1.3 billion – resulting in more than 436,000 Californians potentially losing access to job training and employment services.
  • Cuts $357 million in Community Development Block Grants that provide California funding for affordable housing, transportation, and economic development.
  • Makes college more expensive by eliminating grants to over 201,000 California students through the Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant program.
  • Kicks 132,700 students in California off after-school programs by eliminating the 21st Century Community Learning Centers program.
  • Eliminates the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program which provides heating, cooling, or weatherization assistance to 219,000 California families.
  • Denies assistance to 23,400 California families for affordable housing which would put them at immediate risk of eviction and homelessness by slashing federal rental assistance programs, including Section 8 housing vouchers.
  • Ends the federal funding that the airports in Crescent City, El Centro, Merced, and Visalia receive under the Essential Air Service program to ensure that smaller, underserved communities have commercial air service.
  • Cuts Head Start by $101 million in California, which would throw 11,030 children off high-quality child care and early education.
  • Eliminates the Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Training program.

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Jane Frazee


Date of Birth18 July 1915Ramsey, Minnesota, USA
Date of Death6 September 1985Newport Beach, California, USA  (complications of a stroke)
Birth NameMary Jane Frehse

Mini Bio (1)

A professional entertainer since the age of six, blue-eyed brunette Jane Frazee and her older sister Ruth Frazee had a vaudeville sister act and appeared in nightclubs and on radio together. They journeyed to Hollywood, but the act broke up when Ruth failed her screen tests and Jane passed hers. 
Jane was quite attractive with a pleasant singing voice, and went on to play in numerous westerns and light musicals after signing with Republic Pictures. She later appeared in a number of films for Universal Pictures, which put her to the test by having her warble amidst the antics of Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Buck Privates (1941) and Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson in Hellzapoppin' (1941). 
She married actor/director Glenn Tryon in 1942 and had a son, Timothy, but the couple divorced in 1947. Moving into TV guest appearances in the early 1950s, Jane later retired and started a successful real estate business. She died in Newport Beach, California at age 67 following complications from a stroke on September 6, 1985.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: frankfob2@yahoo.com

Spouse (3)

David H. Leatherman(10 June 1957 - ?)
Whitey Christensen(24 April 1948 - ?)
Glenn Tryon(1942 - 1947) (divorced) (1 child)

Trivia (9)

Born to Walter Frazee, a civil engineer, and Olga Frehse, Jane and her older sister, actress Ruth Frazee, received their education in their native Duluth before putting together a song-and-dance sister act and touring the U.S. with it.
Made her film debut in the musical short, Study and Understudy (1936), with sister Ruth Frazee.
Her marriage to Glenn Tryon in 1942 produced one son, Timothy. Jane never remarried after their 1947 divorce.
Co-starred with Roy Rogers in a number of his westerns when Dale Evans took a break to pursue other types of roles.
Ex-sister-in-law of Norman Krasna.
She co starred with Kirby Grant, best known as TVs "Sky King", in the country western musical ""Rhythm Inn". (1951).
When sister Ruth retired from show business after her marriage to writer-producer Norman Krasna, Jane went solo and moved into films.
MGM was interested in Jane in 1940 and offered to sign her at $150 a week. She received another offer by Republic Pictures at $250 a week and took it.
Married four times.

Personal Quotes (1)


I wasn't bad looking, but I was never a beautiful girl, and in those days you had to look great. I had a drive to do better things than I was doing, but not that great inner drive that every successful people have.

 1955The Lineup (TV Series)
Louise Watson
The False Witness Case (1955) ... Louise Watson
 1955So You Want a Model Railroad (Short)
Alice McDoakes (uncredited)
 1955Stage 7 (TV Series)
Mrs. Kramer
Yesterday's Pawnshop (1955) ... Mrs. Kramer
 1955So You Want to Be a Gladiator (Short)
Alice McDoakes (uncredited)
 1955So You Don't Trust Your Wife (Short)
Alice McDoakes (uncredited)
 1954So You're Taking in a Roomer (Short)
Alice McDoakes (uncredited)
 1954So You Want to Be Your Own Boss (Short)
Alice McDoakes (uncredited)
 1953Adventures of Superman (TV Series)
Farmwoman
Panic in the Sky (1953) ... Farmwoman
 1953Death Valley Days (TV Series)
Melodie Marshall
The Rival Hash Houses (1953) ... Melodie Marshall
 1953The Abbott and Costello Show (TV Series)
Gilda
The Paperhangers (1953) ... Gilda
 1952Racket Squad (TV Series)
 1952The Gene Autry Show (TV Series)
Jane Winslow
The Ruthless Renegade (1952) ... Jane Winslow
 1952The Range Rider (TV Series)
Marion Knox
Pale Horse (1952) ... Marion Knox
 1951Rhythm Inn
Carol Denton
 1950The Lone Ranger (TV Series)
Toni Carver
White Man's Magic (1950) ... Toni Carver
 1948Last of the Wild Horses
Jane Cooper
 1948Incident
Marion Roberts
 1948Under California Stars
Caroline Bullfincher
 1948The Gay Ranchero
Betty Richards
 1946A Guy Could Change
Barbara Adams
 1945George White's Scandals
Showgirl (uncredited)
 1945Ten Cents a Dance
Jeanne Hollis
 1944The Big Bonanza
Chiquita McSweeney
 1944Practically Yours
Jane Frazee - Vocalist
 1944She's a Sweetheart
Maxine Lecour
 1944Kansas City Kitty
Eileen Hasbrook
 1944Cowboy Canteen
Connie Gray
 1943Rhythm of the Islands
Joan Holton
 1943Keep 'Em Slugging
Star in Moviehouse Film (uncredited)
 1943Hi'Ya Chum
Sunny Lee
 1942Moonlight in Havana
Gloria Jackson
 1942Moonlight Masquerade
Vicki Forrester
 1942Don't Get Personal
Mary Reynolds
 1941Music in the Morgan Manner (Short) 
 1941Hellzapoppin'
Kitty Rand
 1941San Antonio Rose
Hope Holloway
 1941Angels with Broken Wings
Jane Lord
 1940Melody and Moonlight
Kay Barnett
 1939Pharmacy Frolics (Short)
Jane (as the Frazee Sisters)
 1939Swing Styles (Short)
Jane (as The Frazee Sisters)
 1939Arcade Varieties (Short)
Jane Frazee (as The Frazee Sisters)
 1939Rollin' in Rhythm (Short)
Jane Frazee
 1938Up in Lights (Short)
Jane - One of the Frazee Sisters
 1937Sound Defects (Short)
Jane - One of the Frazee Sisters
 1937Captain Blue Blood (Short)
Jane - One of the Frazee Sisters (as The Frazee Sisters)
 1936Study and Understudy (Short)
Jane - One of the Frazee Sisters

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Kamaliya

Artist: Kamaliya
Title: Sign Your Name
Genre: Dance / Top 40
Label: TanArm Music Publishing LLC

As a one-woman powerhouse of creativity, Kamaliya has released, many Russian language albums, two hit English language albums. She is widely recognized as a multi-talented, multi-award winning performer who is about to release her 3rd English language album “Timeless” this year. This album is set to make another powerful impact on the UK and European dance/pop scene. 

“Sign Your Name” is written by Sananda Maitreya (formerly known as Terence Trent D'Arby). It was an international success, reaching number two on the UK Singles Chart in early 1988 and number four on the US Billboard Hot 100. On the 30th anniversary of the single, it is revived with a new perspective by UK music producer Stuart Epps. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWVsxBbmqr4 https://www.facebook.com/KamaliyaOfficial

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