Oct 15, 1937 The Cincinnati Enquirer

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That's a great press report, Peter, thank you.

Just wonder why you've posted it in the member's section only? It fits with the banner discussion on Cincinnati honoring Doris, don't you think?
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Yes, thanks so much, Peter. First time I've seen this.

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Hi Webmaster,

I know it fits there, but I copied it from anther newspaper website... and I don't think they like it that I uploaded it here. Didn't want trouble with copyright rights/laws...

So I thought this could be a better place for it. I But if you think it doesn't matter, please use it!

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I get you, Peter! It's fine here, in that case, thanks.
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You can watch a video of the official ceremony for Doris. Search for "cincinnati-oh.gov council meetings videos" and click on the September 27, 2017 link. This is the first item on the agenda and it runs for about 23 minutes. It's a really nice presentation, which included a brief summary of the honors she has earned. The only major one omitted was the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award.

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Thanks, Judy, great find.

Here's the direct link: https://archive.org/details/10170927Coun

Watch in full screen as it looks rather small - you can also download from that page.
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Hi Judy and Bryan,

Wished to be there, nice to see. Good tribute I think to Doris. Thank you for sharing!

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For those who watched Bryan's link of Oct 10th regarding the Cincinnati event:

The short clip of Doris' life shown early in the link was narrated by Peter Marshall (well-known as an actor and singer -- and he's in the new Rose Marie film of HER life "Wait for Your Laugh").

He was also the master of ceremonies for the 2014 birthday party in Carmel Valley--where that clip, along with scenes from her movies, was shown to a crowd of 2 or 3 hundred people, many DDAF members, who were pretty excited that she was there for the party.

All eyes were mostly on her table in the center of the candle lit room, but he sang beautifully from a small stage off to one side, as did Sue Raney (who made "Que Sera Sera" her own, maybe not unexpectedly for such a renowned jazz singer). The entire evening was smooth and well-produced--wish we knew who was most responsible. (Jackie Joseph was there too.) Then it was topped off by Doris wanting to say hello individually to everyone there..

Anyone who was there remember which (1940s ?) song that Peter sang that night?

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That must have been such a night Dave.

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