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Why Prepare for War?
By ZERITA THROWER
At first man clans and tribes
fought against each other. You
would think that the more civiliz.
ed man becomes the les fighting
would extis. But man still hasn’t
learned how to live peacefully to
I gether or is it that he just isn’t
| willing to give it a chance. We
| have passed ou of the gunpow
J der age into the atomic age. There
I fore, military men say that we
should train men ahead of time
just in case there should be a war
They ,or rather, Truman, wants
(to call it universal training. On
| purpose they left the word “mili
j tary” out of the title. Of sourse
a rose by any oher name would
smell just as sweet or should I
ysa sour ? Army experts even say '
that another war wouldn’t last 6 J
months yet they are wiling and
so efficiently advertizing an all 1
out peace-time army program.
Never before in the history of
the U. S. have we had peace-time
military training. Why put all the
interest on war now? Why not
emphasize the happiness brought
by peace? Let’s spread the news
Military discipline has a certain
indoctrination policy. For one
thing, segregation patterns would
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still exist. It creates a robot
which is subject to orders from
someone who is supposedly high
er. A man isn’t allowed to think
independently. Is that dem ?
ocratic? The man is forced to be
a faithful and obedient servant to
his superiors. He’s told when to
eat, slep and what to think. It is
thought that a man’s health would
be improved. It is a fact that it
is in the early years of childhood
and only in those years that we
can produce sound bodies. The
medical profession cannot, and
surely the Army cannot, create
health at the age of 18. A great
degree of veneral disease existed
in the army due to the fact that
it encouraged promiscuity. There
! have been many mental casualties
I and suicides as a result of war.
] The money used for military
| training could be used to finance
i every boy in America through
college with money left for hos.
| pitals, libraries, etc. $3,000 000 000
j of the taxpayers money would he
used yearly to help carry out such
a program. As it is now we are
only using $2,000,000,000 a year
I toward education. What’s more
constructive-building strong, ■
healthy, intelligent minds or
building toy soldiers whose lives
wouldn’t be worth a nickel if war
should occur. There is no defense
against an atomic war.
When boys are trained to kill it
is difficult for some of them to 1
make the transition back to nor.
mal life. Therefore his program
causes an increase in crime.
Universal military training will
not bring peace. It will mean the
by.passing of the United Nations.
We should place in the U. N. the
only international police force. Yet
the army has stopped so low as
to spread propaganda in order to
have military training. It is do
ing its best to sell it to the public.
It is the job of the true Ameri
can to see that this menace is
wipe out of the minds of the
people. If it is passed it will
change the entire character of
Handled lViany Times
Iron ore is handled five times
from the time it is removed from
the earth until it emerges from the
furnace as liquid metaL
Only Huguenot Church
Only Huguenot church in Amer
ica is at Charleston, S. JC. It was
founded in 1687.
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SARAH VAUGHN ON
KING COLE TRIO TIME
—_ XT -
By popular demand Sarah Vaug
hn returns to “King Cole Time”
j for her third visit on this Satur
day (July 26th) at 5:45 p. m.
EDT over NBC and station.
Nightingale of the nighteries,
Sarah has been chanteuse-ing in
leading clubs from coast to coast,
and last appeared on “King Cole
Trio Time” when the boys were
appearing in Chicago at Easter
time. Her requests from the Trio
| will be “My Heart Is A Hobo”,
“Lazy Mood”, and “The Trouble
With Me Is You”. Miss Vaughn
will wind up the program by sing
ing on© of the many numbers
that has made her honey-toned
| voice the talkof show business.
NEAR NORTHSIDE ^
UNDERWAY THIS WEEK
Mr. Milton Johnson, chairman
of Near Northside Business and
Industrial Survey Committee re
ports the survey of businesses in
the Near Northside area got und
er way this week. Letters are be
ing sent to all business men ap
prising them of the committees
plane and asking for theij «)
operation. ~"*T ~L
CHICAGO CHURCHMAN TO
HELP IN CRUSADE HERE
Dr. Charles R. Goff, pastor of
the Methodist Temple, Chicago’s
unique skyscraper church in the'
Loop, comes to Omaha at the in-'
j vitation of our Evangelism and
Spiritual Life Committee to lead1
off in the community-wide church
attendance crustde sponored by
the committee this fall.
Dr. Goff will meet with the min.
isters of the city at noon on
Thursday, September 25, and will
speak to the assembled workers
from the churches in an evening
meeting to be held at the First
Cenral Congregationtl Church.
Detailed plans for the Crusade
have been sent by direct mail to
all churches and participation
During the first week of Oct.
17 outdoor billbotrds will carry
“Come to Church” messages to
Theaters will carry church mes
sages throughout the period of
Attractive “Come to Church”
posters have been purchased to
be displayed on successive weeks
in October and November in stra
tegic windows throughout the city.
In the churches, the suggested
action is an every-member-visit
ation on Sunday, Sept. 28, and
the enrollment of as many people
as possible in a church attendance
pledge for the period Oct. 5 to
November 23. Each church is ne
couraged to make anw adaptation
in timing which fits in with de
nominational or local plans al
ready far advanced.
You are urged personally to
join with others in the meeting
Thurs., Sept. 25„
Four of the sixteen committees
are accounted for as follows: 1.
Program Commission a cabinet
of the chairmen of ali the above
committees which carry responsi
bility for program. 2. Interracial
Committee, a subcommittee of
the Social Education and Action
Committee as also are the remain,
ing two committees. S. Youth Act
ivities, and 4. Publio Morals Com
On the second Tuesday in 8*4*.,
which is th« regular meeting date
at the executive committee, it is
planned to bring this entire body
of workers together to review the
entire developing program of the
Council. Prvident Parry has
prepared a visual demonstration
with the aid at each chairman, to
present an architect's view at this
stmctuf* at the spirit.
LEADERS MAN 8IXTEEN
The writer has been watching
with admiration the progress of a
skyscraper building being erect
ed in Omaha. Week by week and
month bby month the steel gird
ers have been flung upward in a
mighty structure calculated to
carry the stresses of what is one
of Omaha’s beautiful buildings.
In less spectacular fashion,
another structure is being built in
Omaha. It is the framework in
tended to carry the paultiform
activities of a Council of Churches
in a metropolitan community.
This structure, too is yet to be
coveded with the finished texture
of work and program. Its girders
are of fine material, however and
we believe they have been put in
place well. Great care and de
liberation has been exercised in
choosing widely representative
leaders from the churches. Com
mittees have been meeting sys
tematically and approaching their
tasgs with care, establishing the
essential fellowship within each
committee which is an intergral
part of this denominational work.
Gradually one after another of
these action groups projects
phrtses of its program with nor.
mal variations in boldness and
type of activity. The creation of
structure is going on in program
building in each committee.
Twelve of these committees are
major activities of the Council: 1.
The executive committee, 2. The
Evangelism and Spiritual Life
Committee, 3. Extension and
Church Planning, 4. Finance, 5.
Interfaith Relations, Ministry to
Public Institutions, 7. Public
Meetings, 8. Public Relations, Pro.
motion, and Publicity, 9. Rtdio
Ministry, 10. Religious Education
11. Social Education and Action,
and 12. World Friendship.
COLE TRIO NOT
King Cole Trio fans—particular
ly the ones who knew them “when
and feel pardonable pride in their
discovery—will be interested in
four sides recently re-issued by
Decca—The numbers include
“This Will Make You Laugh,”
“That Ain't Right," “This Side
Up” and “Scotchin’ With the Soda’
If you’re wondering how the Trio
played those days, lend an ear to
a trade paper review: “The spin
ning proves those plenty great
Robert Saxton, Attorney
70S (teeline Building
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
Bird Finance Corp., a corporat
ion, Plaintiff vs. Schandorf Hardy
and Lenora B. Hardy, Defendants.
Execution Docket 35, Page 99.
TO Schandorf Hardy and Len
ora B. Hardy, also known as Le
nore B. Hardy, if living, and if
dead, to her heirs, administrators,
assigns or devisees, defendants:
You and each of you are hereby
notified that on the 23rd day of
July, 1947, the plaintiff filed an
affidavit and motion for revivor
in the above case, the object and
purpose of which are to obtain
revivor of the judgment of $362.79
and costs rendered against you in
the County Court of Douglas
County, Nebraska, Book 32, Page
119, on or about the 8th day of
November, 1939, and transcripted
to this Court in this action on
January 2, 1947, and upon which
there is now due and unpaid the
sum of $453.20 as of December 6
1944 together with interest at 6
per cent on $362. 79 from Decem
ber 7, 1944, until paid, together
with court costs of the County
Court of Douglas County, Nebr
aska, in the amount of $18.85 and
together with court costs in the
Disrict Court of Douglas County
Nebraska, in the amount of $1.00
and acuring costs.
You are further notified that on
the 23rd day of July, 1947, plain
tiff obtained a conditional order of
revivor of said judgment againt3
you which provides that said
judgment be revived against you
unless you show sufficient cause
or answer on or before the 27 day
of August, 1947, why the same
should not be revived.
EIRD FINANCE CORE.,
BY Robert Saxton,
End. 8-16-47 4
j in that earlier year. As much
zest and individuality in their
playing and singing then as to
day. ’ Those were the day3 when
agents were telling Nat (King)
Cole that his combination of piano
bass and guitar war too “awk
ward’ to please the public—
Funny that this “awkward” com
bo. should now be “the hottest
thing in the music business,” to
quote a national magazine.
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