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METHODIST ANNUAL CHICAGO
Chicago, 111.,—.-Press Photo Ser
vice, Inc.,-The Sixty-first an
nual comerence of the AME.
Church got under way Wednesday
night with more than 200 delegates
from the greater Chicago area. Mil
waukee. Beloit and Illinois as far
as Moline. The Rt. Rev. John A.
Gregg, bishop of the Fourth Epis
copal district .delivered the ma'n |
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address of the evening, to an ovtr
flowing public mass meeting gath
ered in the DuSable High school
Bishop Gregg gave an interesting
talk on his experiences while tour
ing the army bases in the South
Pacific, to observe the treatment
of the Negro soldiers in action and
to bring them spiritual comfort.
The objectives of the conference
are to assign, approximately 80
ministers, to present the financial
reports, report accomplishments ot
work done in the various areas,
and the church's educational, re
ligious and social welfare pro
grams. The sessions will continue
VIOLATION OK STATE LAW
CHARGE!) BY NAACP IN JIM
CBOW NY. SCHOOL
HIRE TEACHER TO SCHOOL
YOUNGSTERS WHILE FIG IT
FOR ADMISSION TO MODE IN
“WHITE” SCHOOL GOES
Hillburn ,New York—The 56 strik
ing children who refused to regis
ter this term at the ramshacklcd
jim crow school here, were taught
last week in the Presbyterian
Church by Mrs. Oscea Van Dunk,
Madam, here's one TABOO you
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You can thank your lucky stars
that women are no longer squeam
ish about discussing their troubles.
Otherwise you might never know
of the 2-way help that CARDbl
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aches and cramp-like pain are due
only to periodic functional causes.
^ Many women find that, started
three days before the time and
taken as directed, CARDUI aids in
relieving functional periodic dis
comforts. Used as a tonic, CAR
DUI often wakes up sleepy appe
tites, aids digestion by increasing
the flow of gastric juices, and thus
helps to build up resistance against
the days it’s needed most, 'fry U!
Hillburn housewife .and at one ^
time a teacher at the abandoned
On September 20 Mrs. Alice Av
ery. a qualified Negro teacher
from Nyack took charge. Miss
Avery will be paid by the NAACP
while the NAACP prepares to ap
peal to the State Commissioner of
Educutiion charging violation lof
the State law against racial discrim
Ination in the schools. The strike
culminates a 25 year old fight by
Negroes here against the segregat
Mrs. Doris Miller, secretary of
the recently organized NAACP
Hillburn branch stated that the 32
Negro children who were admitted
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Read this advertisement carefully:
THE WORLD-HERALD REFUSES TO PUBLISH ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE NEBRASKA POWER COM
PANYUNLESS THEY ARE WRITTEN THE WAY THE WORLD - HERALD WANTS THEM TO BE
not rumors, distortions
9 or other misleading
statements, issued to destroy the
Nebraska Power Company as a Citizen
and place your electric system under
a bureau of inexperienced men . . .
The Nebraska Power Company DOES NOT HAVE TO BE SOLD.
Owners of the Nebraska Power Company do not want to sell it.
Owners of the Nebraska Power Company WILL KEEP the property unless advocates of state socialism take it away from
them by forced condemnation.
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As long ago as September 17, 1942. the Mayor and City Council and the World-Herald were told in a statement issued by
the Omaha On Guard Committee that the report saying Nebraska Power had to be sold was “unqualified fiction.” The
World-Herald was furnished this same information.
Earnings of the Nebraska Power Company are smaller in proportion to the value of its property than are the earnings of
most other Omaha industries, including the World-Herald. Nebraska Power earned less than 6% during the past year.
The World-Heralu earned more than 20%.
Adding up the earnings for over a quarter of a century in order to make it appear that the Company has made unreason
ably large profits proves nothing. That can be done with any business in Omaha or with your own individual income—or
with the profits of the World-Herald.
L. B 204 Is merely an ENABTJNG ACT. It merely provides a means by which Omaha can do something, IF Omafifi
desires to do it. It is not a “must.” Omaha does NOT have to act under the law. if it desires not to do so. All of tha
Nebraska legislators understand this. L. B. 204 is a good bill to have ready, in case it is ever needed.
!The claim Omaha will “break faith” with the legislature if it does not take action under this enabling act Immediately, Is
a fictitious claim, created out of thin air. Anyhow, this World-Herald “bogey-man” is now blown up. The city has been
offered a five-year extension of its present contract, which provides that the city will have first ohance to purchase Na*
braska Power, if it is ever offered for sale.
JAMES E. DAVIDSON,
President, NEBRASKA POWER COMPANY
f Legion Sidelites
(Continued from page 1)
each night of the Convention.
Roscoe Owens and Ben Baker of
Wayne Miner Post No. 149, Kansas
City, Mo., are two real Legionnaires
and don’t forget it. They, it was
to the “modern white’’ Hillbunv
main school after the school board
had redistricted the township, get
along amicably with their 66 white
The children report that of the
8 rooms in the school that will ac
commodate from 180 to 240 ehild
ern only 4 rooms are used. There
are now 96 children attending the
Citizens in nearby communities
[have offered to support the plan of
the Negro parents not to permit
their children to attend the run
down, slapboard. Brook School af
ter they were refused admittance
to the modern .concrete, Hillburn
Governor Thomas E. Dewey, the
Rockland County Citizens’ Comm
ittee called the school board’s >e
districting a violation of the New
York State Bill of Rights and "an
unnecessary and unjustified af
front to racial understanding and
an indulgence of prejudicial cus
toms which are too expensive to
The telegram was signed by play
wright Maxwell Anderson, Kurt
Weill, composer and Henry Bar
umn Poor, painter.
UWCF. CAMPAIGN LEADERS
Campaign leadership of the Uni
ted War and Community Fund was
ment of chairmen for the speakers
rounded out this week as appoint
bureau, the selected gifts division,
national firms, and union labor
were announced by General Chair
man Sam Reynolds.
Organization in all divisions is
now underway. Official date lor
launching teh campaign is Sunday
Chairman Reynolds’ aides on the
campaign committee are; Women’s
Division, Mrs. Robert A. McCague;
Industrial Division I, Don B. Wood
yard; Industrial Division II, James
L. Paxton, Jr.; Industrial Division
III, Earl H. Burket; Labor Repre
sentative, Thomas L. Short; Initial
Gifts, Clarence L. Landen; Selected
Gifts, Charles J. Regan; National
Firms, Ed Kanitz; Speakers Bur
eau, Seymour L. Smith; Publicity
Committee. Morris E. Jacobs; Pres
ident, United War and Community
Fund, Roy Page.
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who stormed into Roosevelt Pc.il
early Sunday morning and .started
the ball to rolling In a way that
most ball aren’t suppose to roil.
”If they had been members of the
post they could’nt have made
themselves at home and started
more wholesome fun and good will.
This, of course delighted the mem
bers of the post who were present
at that time and they cjuiekly
caught their exuberance and join
ed with them in having one whale
of a good time.
Throughout the convention ltos
coe Owens and Ben Baker seemed
tireless. If there was anything go
ing on they were in on it. If there
wasn’t anything going on they
started something. They will long
be remembered by members of this
post as real Legionnaires and the
kind most desirable to meet and be
come well acquainted with.
Mrs. Eva Milsap, President of
the Ladies Auxiliary, attended the
reception held i; the Paxton hotel,
for visiting Delegates ,Sept. 21.
GEORGE C. DANFIELD
Geo. C. Danfield, chairman of
Labor Relations Committee, a
member of the Chicago Union La
bor Post of The American Legion,
spent some time at the Mirror
Lounge in the interest of the labor
ing members of Roosevelt Post.
He is trying to unify working con
ditions through obtaining better
jobs and salaries for them.
KANSAS CITY WAS
Members of the Kansas City
Post really let it be known that
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they were in town. Ealry Sunday
morning an advance guard of them
literally took over the Post. By
evening and the next day others
joined them and then they really
DID go to town.
What made it so ince, they seem
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they were expected to and privil
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And quickly discovering that was
exactly how Roosevelt Post wanted
them to look at it, they proceeded
to let it be known who was who ul
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