People: Entertainers

Ethel Waters was drawing record crowds last week to the same nightspot in which she first sang on Broadway 20 years ago (Cafe Zanzibar—then the Plantation Club). On her dressing table the husky, dusky chanteuse propped a framed poem,

Tell God About It. Excerpts:

O workers in the busy throng, Who toil unnoticed all day long, When everything it seems, goes wrong, Tell God About It!

On Him you always can depend, His love for you ne'er has an end, Tell God your only lasting friend, Tell Him About It.


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