The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, July 15, 1939, City Edition, Page 2, Image 2

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    NEW CATHOLIC ARCHBISIIOI
OF NEW YORK OFFICIATES
PERSONALLY IN HARLEM AT
FIRST CONFIRMATIONS IN
N«*V POSITION; 117 JO’lN
New York, July 6 (C)—The
Moat Reverend Francis Joseph
Spellman, recently installed Ro
man Catholic Archbishop of New
York, succeeding the late Cardinal
Hayes, chose to come to Harlem
personally last Sunday and make
his first confirmatiins as Arch
bishop in two Negro congrega*
tions.
Assisted by Negro altar boys
and prominent Catholic Negro men
as a frock coated guard of honor
inside the chancel of both churches
tho Archhshop confirmed 20 men
57 women and 26 children at St.
Alioysiua Church, 209 W. 132rd
St., and 207, 59 >men and 48 child
ren at St. Charles Borromeo’s 213
W. 141st street. All those con
firmed were colored.
The new Arrhb;shop emphasized
fho significance of his decision to
give the Negroes of the anldiocese
the honor of being the first con
firmed since his elevation to the
archbishopric.
An oveiflow congregation of
1,200 colored persons greeted the
archbishop at St. Ali>ysius’s where
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He confirmed at 2:30 in the after
>acn; and a throng of 1,000 more
tilored was at St. Charles Bor
romeo’s. In his sermon at St.
Charles Jthe Archbi hop said: “B.
coming first to the colored people
for cenfirmations, I want to af
firm my devotion to the cause «f
catholicity. I want to affirm that
I am the Archbishop of all (hhe
people—and that I will do all I
can to foster Jesus Christ among
you.”
Tho Archbishop said at both
churches: “There is a great deal
of work to do. Among the colored
people we have not made the pro
gress we would like.” He said that
tho church' ha„ made only 10 per
ent the progre-s among Negroes
in the United States that it has
made among the general popula
tion. Only one Negro in f.fty is
a Ca'bolic, while one in five in
the general population is of the
faith. Of the 21,000,000 Catholics
in the country only 250,000 are
Negroes.
Negro choirs of men and women
sang at both churches.
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Bishop Buys the
Lights For Africa
BISHOP WRIGHT ViSIT
DETROIT; HAS BOUGHT
$2,000 LIGHTS FOR AFRICA
Betroit, June 25) (ANP)—B'shop
R. R. Wright, of the AME church,
fonrer president of Wilberforce
university, now of Sou'.h Africa,
spent a few days in this city last
week in interest of the general
conference to be held here in 1940.
The bishop, who is serving his
forth week as missionary, has pur
chased a lighting syrtcm costing
$2,000, the units of which he is
carrying back with him to be in
stalled in Wilberforce school in
South Africa. This system will
light all the buildings and the 12
acren of ground surrounding the
school. The installation work will
be done by electricians trained in
the school over there.
Another important announce
ment made by Bishop Wright had
to do with the opening of a clinic
i July 30 in connection with the in
stitution but which will be for
community purposo*. Miss Grace
Ware of Jamaica, N. Y., a gradu
ate nurse with 10 years’ experi
ence has volunteered1, go to
Africa to serve as nurse. Owing to
difficulty experienced in the past
in taking workers other than mis
sionaries and teachers to Africa
because of the restrictions of the
government there, it is still a
problem ap to whether or not Miss
Waro’s services can be accepted.
Mexico City, June 29—(CNA)—
Expropriation of Mexico’s huge
coffee plantations in the State of
Chapas, until now largely in the
hands of German Nazi*, began
’Pis week under the supervision
of the Governor of the State, Inq.
Efrain A. Guiterez. The lands will
be turned over to former peons.
We Pay Cash
For OJd & Antique
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If you can’t swim and want to
learn—The American Rod Crocs,
coperating with the Urban League
have star.ed a swim campaign for
all boys and girls.
The lessons are given each Mon
day and Wednesday mornings, 8
to 10 o’clock.
All those desiring to .io'n in thb
campaign to learn to swim may do
so free of charge by registering a
the Urban league office, 22nd ami
Lake streets any week day morn.
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Africans Cable For
liishop Wright For
Another Four Years
Philadelphia, Pa., (C)—Bishop
J. A. Gregg, secretary of the
Bishops’ Council of the AME
church has received a cablegram
from a large and representat vi
group of South Africans, which
reads: "All South African religious
. civil, fraternal, educational, and
political organizations, regardless
of denominations, demand the con
tinuance of Bishop R R. Wright in
South Africa, required petitions
signed by thousands of Africans
in South Africa, Johannesburg
District, lay members and minis
ters.” The cablegram was signed
by Mareka, chairman and Mywayi
secretary.
Bishop Wright has commended
himself to Africans through his j
unusual accomplishments of the ,
quadrennium, having built three j
new buildings at Wilberfoce In
stitute and brought seven persons
from America and added 5,000
members to the chuch; travelled
nearly 100,000 miles in South Afri
ca, translated the catechism and
the Missionary Constitution in the
several African languages, pub
lished the South Africa Christian
Recorder and ha8 the circulation
over 3,000.
Bishop Wright is making his
headquarters at tihe home of his
father, Major R R. Wright, Sr.,
5654 N. 28th Street Philadelphia,
while he is in America.
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Mrs. ©sborne’s is an expert at
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Miss Evelyn Smith
Harlem (New York City) beau
tician and Hair Tinter who is the
irst of her race to be appointed
as a hair dye demonstrator for
.ho 60 year old Guilmard Company
Inc., of Paris, France and New
York Miss Smith will travel over
the country demonstrating to
both white and colored. She was
selected in a test eowpetiton with
more than thirty wh te girls, win
ning with flying colors. She gives
free demonstrations at New York
headquarters daily. A native of
Honda, Miss Smith was educated
at Fort Valley, Ga., and at Wil
fred’s Beauty Academy on Broad
way in New York. (Calvin Service)
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DEMOCRACY MUST WORK,
SAY EINSTEIN, MAVERICK,
BETHUNB, AN* SKCRBTARY
1CKES
Richmond, Va. June 31—A de
mocracy that nnrt work, that
needs must bo feught ior if it
is to realize its highest ideal for
all races in Ameriea was the key
sentiment expressed ia greetings
sent to the thirtieth annaal con
ference of the Natieaal Associa
tion for the Advaaceanent of Col
ored People, which opened a seven
day conference here in the Mos
que aaditorium Tuesday, June 27.
Excerpts from greeting sent by
four eminent Americans foRow:
"Yojir organization has done
and i8 doing a grand work in its
fight for the protection of life
and liberty; for economic free
dom; for educational opportuni
ties aad for the right ef Che Ne
gro to equitably participate in
the program of the Government
of the United States.”—Mary Mc
Cleod Bothune, NYA director,
Washington, D. C.
“Every man and woman who is
sincerely devoted to the ideal and
spirit of democracy must be your
ally in your just struggle for real
equality of rights.”—Albert Ein
stein, Princeton, New Jersey. I
“It has always been my firm ■
conviction that there can be no
democracy in this country until
the problems of all races have !
been adjusted satisfactorily. In i
your intelligent and far-sighted
attack on the problems of racial |
relationships, you are making a
definite contribution to what I
consider true democracy.”—Maury '
Maverick, Mayor, San Antonio,
Texas.
“It is not only necessary to re
affirm our faith in democratic
processes, but it is equally neces
isary that we labor incessantly to
make that democracy work. Dur
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ing the past few years we have
been at this. We have cittern pted
to como back to the essential fact
that the state exists for the peo
ple. In order that such a philos
ophy may prevail generally, it is
important that we work together
bo establish our country more
firmly than ever on the principles
laid down by Washington, Jeffer
son and Lincoln.”—Harold Ickes,
Secretary of the Interior, Wash
New Organization
Formed At Hubbard
Hospital In Tenn.
Nashville, Tenn. July 6 (C)—
During the commencement week
of Meharry Meddcal College,
former internes and res’dents ol'
Georgo W. Hubbard Hospital came
together and perfected a perma
nent organization. The officers
elected were Dr. J. W. Maxwell,,
president; Dr. T. P. Hawkins,
vice president, Dr. H D. Monteith
secretary, Dr. E. S. Lee, treasur
er, and Dr. J. W. Jones, director
of publicity.
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Cithers whose greetings had been
received up to the time of the con
ference’s opening included: Mayor
Piorello La Guardia, of New York
Representative Joseph Gavagan, of
New York; Senator Warren Bar
hour, of New Jersey; Governor
Herbert H. Lehman, of New York
and Gol Theodore Roosevelt.
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Will their Dream come true,
or mill Sex Ignorance mar
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Partial Contents
^ Technique of Intarcourte.
• Fundamental facta conoernlng cojtua.
a Regulation of Intoroourao In mar
' rlage.
a. Tho practice of restraint.
• Surett way to prepare wlfa for ooltua.
• Tho marital rlghla of the huaband.
• What tho wife mutt do la bring hyr
huaband'a aei dealrea In harmony
with her own.
Ir. Sexual rolationa dorlng pregnancy.
(1 Nrrvout dlaoatea due to unaatlaflod
aex needa.
• Charta allowing periodicity of nat
ural doalro In women.
• Tho eaaenllal factors for tho act of
coltua.
• Natural doalro for aoaual union.
II Joya of tho honeymoon.
• Ignorance of the bride and unwlte
ectlona of the groom,
g Tho man who haa rolationa with
proatltutoe before marriage.
■ Cauaea for unhapptneta In marriage.
■ Problem of chlldleta unlont.
• Frequency of conjugal rolationa.
w Stimulation of aoaual feellrtg.
• Tho problem of the strong-teaed hup
band and the woax-seaed wlfa.
It When fullest delight In Intercourse
la obtained.
g How tome woman drln their hup
bands to proatltutoa.
g Sleeplessness from unsatisfied tea
needs.
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