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THE OMAHA GUIDE
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
Published Every Saturday at 2418 20 Grant St
PHONE WEbster 1511
Entered as Second Class Matter1 Maxh 15. 1927, at
the Post Office at Omaha, Nebraska, under Act of
Congress of March 3, 1879.
LIBERTY OUR HERITAGE
(by Charles Stelzle)
Patrick Henry’s declaration “Give
me liberty or give me death” finds an
echo in every true man’s heart, no
matter what may be his race, his color
or his creed. This desire for liberty
was planted by the Creator. There
fore, those who stand in the way of its
accomplishment and its fulfillment are
fighting against God’s, decree.
To most of us it is a priceless her
itage. But while we have gloried in
our freedom, some of us have forgot
ten the price with which our freedom
was purchased. We have enjoyed lib
erty as though it were a gift which
carried with it no Obligation, and we
have been reckless spendthrifts of our
While we have been enjoying lib
erty without discipline;, the people in
the totalitarian countries have been
subjected to discipline withcjut liber
ty. They have been systematically
hardened for brutal combat while we
have been softened thrfough indiffer
| ence, self-indulgence anfl sheer hazi
ness. The virtues which dominated the
fathers of our country, who through
great sacrifice won for us the freedom
and liberty, which we still enjoy, have
been replaced by sophistication) and
wise cracking, and we are permitting
crackpots ahd irresponsible agitators
to insult our constitution and ridicule
our form of government.
We have viewed with indulgence
leaders of movements who frankly de
clared that they are trying to create
class hatred and race prejudice in our
midst, and condoned politicians who
are too spineless to protest against
those who are boldly laying the found
ations for our destruction. The same
tactics indulged in in the countries
which they hold up as idealistic would
send them to a concentration camp or
a firing squad.
When such enemies of our country
flaunt their contempt in our faces, the
time has come fdr every loyal Americ
an to stand up in his wrath and speak
out as a loyal citizen, particularly as
we are now Confronting forces which
threaten our future as aj Republic o)f
free men and women. J
Every true American should vig
orously oppose those whose sole pur
pose is our destruction and humiliat
ion, lest we be subjected to the rule of
those who are opposed to the principl- !
es of freedom and liberty which were (
bought at so g reat a price, and which
have made America the haven for the
oppressed of all nations.
That He May Walk Again
AWHEEL CHAIR . . . crutches . . . braces
... but a hope in his heart that some day
he may be a normal boy again ... to walk
... to play ... to run.
Polio, malnutrition, accidents — all diseases
that may cause the loss of the use of limbs or
bodies are daily being combatted, but they
still take their toll in broken bodies — bodies
that need infinite patience and care if the
child is to recover. And that takes dollars—
IT'S COMMUNITY CHE dE IM OMAHA
Dr. Wesley Jones, has moved
his place of residence to 2623
Decatur St., WE. 2629,
MRS. ANN STROTHER
WEEK END VISITOR
Mr. and Mi’s. George Watson
entertained on Sunday evening for
their neice Mrs. Ann Strothers of
j Chicago, IU. Guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Carter Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. Her
bert Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Black
Mr. and Mrs. Earl McConnell, and
Mrs. Etta Grinstead.
During her short stay—theatre
parties( tours of the city. Visit-1
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ed ail places of interest. Also
spent a delightful day sight-seeing
in Council Bluffs, Iowa. She left
for her home Saturday Sept. 21.
The Dames Club wishes to ex
press its gratitude and thanks to
the group of boys and girls who
worked so hard making the “jitter
bug vfedding” a success. And to
the many patrons who so faith
fully supported our enterprise we
also express our deepest apprec
iation. Inez McKinleyt President,
[ Prances Sims. Reporter.
Mrs. Birdie McDew, who has
been visiting with her brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carter
of 2919 Erskine St., plans and in
definite stay in Omaha before re
turning to Minnesota.
HOME TO SEE MOTHER
Mr. George and William Smith,
formerly of Omaha> but now> of
Minneapolis. Minn., are here in
the city visiting with their father
r.nd with their mother who is very
i FROM NEW YORK
Visitors from New York City,
Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Hamler,
arrived in the city Sept. 24th to
visit their mother Mrs. Mary T.
Hamler, 2218 Willis Ave. Mr. and
Mrs. Hamler will spend quite a bit
of their time with Mrs. Alice Da
vis. 2004—7th ave. Council Bluffs
Iowa. Mrs. Davis is the mother
oi! Mrs. Hamler.
These popular young folks hope
to meet and chat with all of their
many relatives and friends during
their very definite stay in both
the above cities.
Mrs. Nana Willis and children
who have been the house guests of
Mrs. Willis' sister and brother-in
law Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seals,
havo returned to their home in
Kansas City( Mo.
This Week In Religion
HY ROBT. L. MOODY
J. D. Ratcliff published a very
creditable article about Negro
health in the September (1040)
issue of the “Survey Graphic”.
He tells of the traveling clinics
that are sponsored by the Alpha
Kappa Alpha Sorority. These
clinics have done much for the
Negros of Holmes and Bolivar
Counties* in Mississippi. The 12
workers volunteer their services
during the summer and go from
farm to farm during “laying by
time.” They help mothers ar.d
children; they^ give diphtheaicU
toxin and small pox vaccine. Now
they are educating these people in
preparing proper and healthful
♦AH of this work is free to the re
cipient because they couldn’t pay
VV^ IN person
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if they wanted to. The average
yearly income of the sharecropper
is thirty-eight dollars. Twenty
percent (20%) do not receive cash
incomo at all.
•"In Bolivar County 25% d*e with
out the presence of a doctor; 80%
of children have diseased tonsils
and adenoids; 54% of the Negio
children under 12 years old suffer
•Their principle diet is the 3 M's
I meal, meat, molasses. There is
no wonder that in 1938 in this
country there were 400 cases of
pellagara and 1,000 cases of dys
entery. The population of Bolivar
County was 80,000 and 60,000 Were
Negroes of which number 24,000
These facts may or may not be
typical of many southern counties
and states. We who live in better
places should be thankful and we
should sympathize witl^ these our
black brethern. We should help
them through whatever agency
that is possible.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR
MR. E. L .DRAPER
Mr. Ernest L. Diaper, an auto- |
mobile mechanic age thirty, died j
August 24 at a local hospital. We
Is survived by his mother, Mrs.
Anna Diaper, two brothers, Mr.
Clarence Draper( Mr. Kenneth
Draper, all of Oswatomie, Kansas,
two sisters Mrs. Neda Floyd, O
maha, Mrs. Noglia Carson, Del
Paso Heights> Calif., brother-in
law Mr. Willie Floyd, two nephews
Mr. Gene and Perry Floyd all of
Funeral services were held Thurs
day August 29th with Rev. F. C.
Williams officiating from the
Thomas Funeral Home.
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