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Dan Gillmore says: “William R
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day. Hearst says we have injur
ed him and his King Features, lie
wants |500,000 in damages!
“Well, Mr. Hearst has come to
the right place. I take it as a/
compliment and achallenge—-be
cause I can think of no one whom
l would rather square off with —
because I can think of no one who
more completely stands for the
things I loathe than this greedy,
powerful, old man who has spent
the last quarter-century dragging
every decent tradition of Americ
an journalism in the mud.—
‘ Much of the lecord of Heart’s
yellow journalism is already be
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American people, where, in the
last analysis, most things are de
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Wie will say that the Hearst
press has deliberately, maliciously
and insultingly lied about many of
tho finest institutions in America
—he has used his paper bo break
strikes—to foment wars, to set
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men against their fellow men, and
“Hearst and all of his works are
as alien to this freedom-loving, ty
rant-hating America of ours as is
any foreign dictator. I welcome)
his suit against Friday. We will
hit back—hard, and above the belt
IN MEMORY OF
ALMA ZETT ALLEN
Guide thy. Mother tenderly,
Down life’s steep decline
Once her arm was thy support
Then she leaned on thine.
Seen upon her loving face
Those ties1 p lines of Care
Think it was her toil for thee
I^eft that record there.
Ne’er forget her tireless watch
Kept by day and night
Taking from her step the grace
From her eyes the light.
Cherish well her faithful heart,
Which through many years
Echoed with its sympathy
All thy smiles and tears.
Thank God for thy mother’s love,
Guard the priceless boon.
For the bitter parting hour
Cometh all too soon.
And when thy grateful tender
Loot power to save
Earth will hold no dearer spot.
Than thy mother’s grave.
—Mrs. Paul Harnett.
John Adams, Jr., who recently
underwent a minor operation is
recuperating at his home
(by Myrtle M. Goodlow)
America, through all the pages of
We have proved our love for thee.
Crispus Attucks was the first to
answer thy call
And on freedom’s altar laid his all
On Virginia’s blood soaked land.
Yes even on a foreign strand.
We too have fought, bled and died
For this Our native land—
And for the principles for which
America for Our Flag We fought
Does the blood We shed mean
nought to thee.
Never in all thy history—
Have we betrayed Our country.
Yet for all Our bravery and loyal
We are barred from the U- S.
OH! America I turn the pages
Of thy future history,
And there read thy destiny—
From one blood God created all
The Jew, the Aryan, the Caucas
ian, the African—
AU are equal in His sight.
Kingdoms rise or fall—
by His might!
t^or He is King and God of All!
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The Cosmopolitan dub met Thur
evening March 6th at 2226 Miami
St., with Mr- George Clark. All
members were present.
The meeting was opened by the
chaplain Mr. Brummell. After
the business session, games were
played and a lovely time was had
by all. The next meeting will be
with Mr. Higby, March 13, 2116
Corby St. Hattie Dunn, Pres.
Mrs. Cecelia W. Jewell, 2223
Gront Street, who has been con
fined to her home for the past
week because of illness is unim
proved at present.
(by Hooker T. Washington)
In February, 1937, Sir James
Jeans published a book called,
Science ond Music. In it he stat
ed Ithat the music of the future
will be formed of discordant notes
that jar us at present. He also
stated that such musical combin
ations will be made from a "63
Henry Crowell, New York mus
ician has created a new system of
producing overtones. Also he
has written music that includes
playing in a cluster like style 12
notes at once.
Such books and music lead one
to believe that music which the,
"classists” now refuse to consider
as good music will soon be accept
CRITIC PRAISES MORRIS
(by Hooker T. Washington)
Morris McGee, tenor, a former
Omaha lad, came back to his home
town and sang at a concert on
Monday night, a program of ex
cellent spiritual musia Mr. Me
Gee will be remembered for his
marvelous work at North High
school in the Music department,
where he took part in the operat
ic productions given by North
High. The singer’s voice was in
■ fine condition. He showed a great
deal of serious study in the tech
nique of handling his voice- It
was interesting to listen to his
fine, soft tones, they were his
forte. However, he was capable
of producing very dramatic clim
axes which proved inspiring to the
audience, lie was assisted by the
St. John’s Gospelteers, a male
group who proved themselves
worthy of great praise in singing
as a group.
Mr. McGee will be long remem
bered by Omaha and we will pat
iently wait for his return. Wil
liam Kyles, our own lyric tenor,
proved scholarly accompaniments.
The NAACP. held a meeting at
Zion Baptist Church on Sunday,
March 9. The President, Arthur
B. McCaw directed the report on
recent investigation®. There were
remarks by Rev. T. A. Sears. The
Southern Breezes rendered music
al selections and Miss Ruth For
rest sang a solo. Mr. J. West
brook McPherson, the Program
Chairman discussed the program
for 1941. The Association took in
13 new members at this meeting
Mr. Clifford McKinney was Mas
ter of Ceremonies.
ENTERS OMAHA HOSPITAL
Mrs. Mable Gai breath of Lincoln
Nebraska, entered a local Omaha
hospital on Saturday, March 8,
where she will undergo treatment.
Mrs. Galbreath is the Grand
Worthy Matron of Amaranthus
Grand Chapter, Nebraska Juris
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Mr. Simon Hughes, of Omaha,
Nebraska and Miss Delores Sutton
of Sioux City, Iowa, were married
on Saturday evening, March 8,
1941, at the home of the bride's
Mr. Simon Hughes is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hughes of
1836 Noitfch 21st street, where the
bride and groom are now residing.
Mr. Morris McGee, formerly of
Omaha, spent several days in Om
aha recently. A,v. )the present time
he is residing in Detroit, where he
is affiliated with theTrumpeteers
a Negro gospel quartet. Mr. Me
Gee gave a concert at Mount Mor
iah Baptist church on Monday
night, March lQth. While in O
maha, he was the house guest of
Mr- Samuel Britt, 2626 Blondo St,,
a former schoolmate of his. whom
he had not seen for 6 years.
MOTHER OF MRS. SINGLETON
Word received here reports the
death of the mother of Mrs. Eve
Lonnie and Francis Thomas and
Mrs. Ruth Patrick were week end
visitors in Omaha.
Mrs. Robbie Turner Davis re
Ibumed home recently after a trip
This Week In Religion
BY ROBT. L. MOODY .
Recent articles in the Pittsburgh
Courier by R. Walter Merguson,
have made thoughtful readers to
shudder with horror- If his revel
ations are true, the French black
troops were used as mere breast
plaltes for the British and French
armies. Then the later revelat
ions of what possibly happened to
those who were taken prisoners,
makes the strongest quake with
Finally, the story of Hans Habe
which is written in the Nation
magazine and quoted in the Cour
ier, reveals the method of spread
ing race hatred and Hitler’s Six
point program for Negroes. There
is nothing hopeful in any of these
stories, so American Negroes are
left with a three fold duty.
We must pray for, prepare and
protect the principles of true de
mocracy. We will not have sim
ilar experiences if we do our part
in keeping democracy alive- But
if we fail, woe unto us if the de
mocracies are defeated. Our only
hope is in the sun of righteous
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A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
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Enteieu as Second Class Matter Match 15. 1927, at
the Post Office at Omaha, Nebraska, under Act of
Congress of March 3, 1879.
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MRS. OPHELIA B. JOHNS,
Mrs. Ophelia B. Johns, resident
of Omaha for the past three years
died Sunday evening March 2nd at
her home, 3230 Emmett. Mrs. O
phelia Johns had formerly been a
resident of Chicago, Illinois where
she had been employed in the Pub
lic School System for a number of
years. She is survived by two
sister-in-laws Mrs. W. .H- Jackson
of Omaha, Mrs. Cora Barrow of
Chicago, Illinois; Brother-ini-law,
Mr. Columbus Jackson, Chicago.
Funeral services were held Friday
morning March 7th from Thomas
Funeral Home with Bishop J. T.
Eklund of St. Albans Church offic
iating with burial in Prospect Hill
Mrs. Cunningham Wilson, Jr.,
recently filed a petition for div
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