People: People, Sep. 11, 1944

Memory Lane

Carrie Jacobs Bond, sugary sweet, old-time song writer (A Perfect Day, I Love You Truly) was treated to an Sand-birthday party by the ham-&-eggs eating Los Angeles Breakfast Club. White-haired, ailing Mrs. Bond brushed aside the protests of her nurse, made a speech, next day was back in bed. One of ASCAP's top-ranking members (A Perfect Day alone has sold over 8,000,000 copies), she has grown rich on her royalties, still turned out songs until six months ago, when she became a semi-invalid. Her latest is called Because. Said she: "My...

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