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By H. W. Smith
Two persons were hurt in an
auto collision at the Junction of
Highway 73 and 75 Thursday
morning, August 10th. They were
treated at an Omaha hospital.
United States Senator Thomas
of Utah speaking over the radio
! in Washington, D. C. It is Brit
ain to aid the Jewish people in
Ex-President Hoover was 70
years old Thursday, August 101 h.
A Negro trucking unit was cited
by Gen. Eisenhauer on August 10th
for being the only one land in D
day when twelve of the 48 trucks
were destroyed in France which
brought the efficency up to 90 per
John L. Lewis gave his relatives
a surprise with an early morning
visit by climbing through a bed
Three youthful desperados were
captured in Los Angeles, Calif.
They boasted they would never be
taken alive. They were taken by
police without a shot being fired.
A Missouri Pacific freight train
was derailed at Maynurel, Nebr.,
August 10th. Nineteen cars were
derailed and the contents strewn
along the right of way.
United States Congresswoman,
Clare B. Luce was nominated for
a second term in Greenwich, Conn.
She criticized the present adminis
tration in a speech.
President Roosevelt assured Vice
President Wallace he wanted him
to have an important place if the
administration is returned to office
Read the Omaha Guide for all
Two car loads of ammunition
near Cummings, Iowa, exploded
from a train wreck and the shell*
popped for four hours.
One of Chicago’s largest build
ings in the loup area, the Mana
dock. -was to be sold at auction
LEGAL NOTICE OF MEASURE TO BE VOTED UPON
NOVEMBER 7. 1944
PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE PETITION
AN ACT to prohibit the manufacture, sale,
300 I I YES transportation, importation, advertising, possession
!—' or use of intoxicating liquors as a beverage, and to
repeal the existing liquor laws of the State of
SOI I I NO Nebraska set forth in Chapter 116, Laws of Ne
I—I braska for 1935, and all amendments thereto.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE ,
OF THE STATE OF NEBRASKA:
SEC. 1. That the manufacture, sale, transportation, Importa
tion, advertising, possession or use of intoxicating liquors as a
beverage is hereby prohibited.
SEC. 2. That Chapter 116, Laws of Nebraska, 1935, and all
Amendments thereto, are hereby repealed.
The above proposed measure to be voted upon at the General
Election, November 7, 1944, Is published in accordance with Section
1910, Chapter 82, Compiled Statute* H 1929, State of Nebraska.
Secretary of State,
LEGAL NOTICE OF MEASURE TO BE VOTED VPO.'
NOVEMBER 7, 1944
Proposed By Initiative Petition
AN AMENDMENT to Section 1, Article VIII, of
802 I—I YES the Constitution of Nebraska, so as to provide that
1—I all of the net proceeds derived from motor vehicle
registration fees, motor vehicle license taxes, and all
303 I—I NO excise taxes levied upon gasoline and other motor
I—1 vehicle fuels used in motor vehicles in the State of
Nebraska shall be appropriated and used for the
purpose of constructing, repairing and maintaining public highways
within the State of Nebraska and for no other purpose whatsoever.
That Section One (1) of Article Eight (8) of the Constitution of
Nebraska be amended to read as follows:
“The necessary revenue of the state and its governmental sub
divisions shall be raised by taxation in such manner as the legislature
may direct; but taxes shall be levied by valuation uniformly and j
proportionately upon all tangible property and franchises, and taxes
uniform as te class may be levied by valuation upon all other prop
erty. Taxes, other than property taxes, may be authorized by law.
Existing revenue laws shall continue in effect until changed by the J
“All of the net proceeds from motor vehicle registration fees
and license taxes, gasoline and other motor fuel excise and license
taxation, except the proceeds from taxes Imposed on gasoline used
in aircraft, after providing therefrom for (A) administration and
statutory refunds; (B) payment of obligations incurred in the con
struction and reconstruction of public highways and bridges; shall
be appropriated and used solely for construction, reconstruction,
maintenance and repair of public highways and bridges, and shall not
be diverted by transfer or otherwise, to any other purpose."
The above proposed measure to be voted upon at the General
Election, November 7, 1944, is published ie accordance with Sectiom
1910, Chapter 31, Compiled Statutes of 1929, State of Nebraska.
Secretary of State.
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President Roosevelt with Gen.
McArthur and Admiral Chester
Nimitz visits in Hawaii.
Governor Dewey of New York ^
and Republican National Chairman I
Herbert Brownell had a confer
ence on campaign plans Thursday
night, August 10th, at the Gover-'
nor’s mansion in Albany, New
Henry A. Sweinbauf, special
assistant attorney general of the
United States, directed the grand
jury at Philadelphia to probe into
underlying causes of the strike.
Mrs. E. J. Taylor of Oklahoma
City received an eight page letter
from her brother. He was in Eng
Two rodeo performers met eight
weeks ago and were married in a
riding stable in Denver, Colo., Fri
day, August 11th.
The strike at the General Motors
plant at a meeting Friday, August
11th, voted .to go to work Monday,
Rumor has it that Ford Motors
Company plans to make and sell
an auto for five hundred dollars.
Brother Henry Webster of the
City Mission is at home. He was
at the University hospital for a
Gunmen robbed the Northsid'
Liquor Mart, 3810 North 30th St.
One kept time with the music while
the others rifled the cash register
Sunday morning, August 13th.
An explosion of gas in Pennsyl
vania broke out all the windows
and three men were badly burned.
Heavyweight Champion boxer
meets Brig. General B. 0. Davis.
They had a very friendly chat.
The Colored all star baseball
game in Chicago Sunday, August
13th, was won by the West. The
score was 7 to 4.
Lt. Geo. C. Hill of Saulsbury,
Md., on his arrival at Seattle, Wn.,
Sunday, August 13th, reported that
a Japanese girl concealed a grenade
* bomb in her bloomers. The Marine
j group fired on the Jap soldiers
I that she ran back to and the girl
and all the Jap soldiers were killed.
i Palisades amusement park was
destroyed by fire and nineteen per
sons were taken to the hospital.
Fifteen hundred persons visited
the State Guard camp at Ashland,
Nebr., Sunday, August 13th.
There are 80 thousand Chinese
in the United States and 40 thou
i sand of them live in San Francisco,
James Farley, the great poli
tician, neither drinks nor smokes
but he goes for eating pop corn,
hot dogs and hamburgers when he
This writer had the pleasure of
attending the Tuesday evening
neeting of the Bible class at the
residence of Bro. C. C. Williams,
2642 Binney St., and it was one
of the best instructed meetings
of this day and time. The mem
bership is composed of some of
the very best Bible scholars in
Omaha. Brother Williams’ mother
is disabled with an injury and it
was a joyful Christian meeting.
Refreshments were served and of
fering was taken and Rev. F. C.
Williams always thinking kindly
to help someone else suggested that
it be presented to Bro. Henry Web
By H. W. Smith
I attended Friday morning, Au
gust 8th, two special conferences
that four members of the Fore
runners, an inter-racial organiza
tion, held with Nebraska’s Senator
Hugh Butler and Howard Buffet,
congressman from the Second Ne
braska district. The four members
of the committee were Marcell
Johnson, president, Alston Phelps,
Corlieus Thomas, and Charles
Washington. Washington acted
as spokesman for the group.
The senator told the group that
he believed that the problem of
racial differences would not be
solved completely for many gene
rations. Gradually improvements
If victory looks closer now, let’s not slacken in our
effort Let’s give the final drive to win soon, and bring
our men back to the good things of life.
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are being made, he said, but we
need to do a daily job of educating
and convincing people in their
hearts before we can hope to solve
this problem satisfactorily.
He advocated that the work of
the fair employment practice com
mittee should be continued, but not
under a separate bureau. It should
be a part of the Labor department,
If no other method of doing
away with the poll tax as a re
quirement to vote could be found,
he said he would favor an amend
ment to the constitution to do away
with it. He also favors any legis
lation that would do away with
Congressman Buffet said, ‘‘I
fixmly believe that the colored
members of the armed forces should
be allowed to do their full part
in helping to win the war and not
just the clean-up work.”
He has been made disturbed by
the fact that we are ti-ying to
bring justice to people in other j
lands when justice is not accorded
all of our own people.
The work of the fair employ
ment practice committee has his
approval and he believes that any
other operations than fair employ
ment practice would be tragic.
Any constitutional amendment
that would rid us of the poll tax
has his support as does any legis
lation that would do away with
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