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♦♦Donald IT j wood wrote the mus
ical sCor, for the Plantation Clubs
new mus'eomedy. A giriy revue,
it opened to a capacity crowd Sun
day** : Hilly Haywood and Cliff
Allen are two sepia singing stars
at the swank (no end) Ruban
Bh u, 4 e 56.****Frank Cartel and
Arthur Bowie, two piano playing
and singing duet are getting reams
of publicity from newmen who
haunt Barney Gallant’s place, 86
University Place*** ♦Harlem's Hol
llywood. 116 street near Lenox, is
filled nightly with pleased patrons.
Tho giriy revue is star studded
with local talent****Thc Cavalcade
is drawing better crowds now that
it has a revue and ork playing
nightly***. . .
I toms for thig column and ques
t ioni about. New York’s Harlem in
vite,.'. Address all queries to Sid
Thompson 129 W. 122, N. Y. City,
or Associated Nfgro Press, 3507
South Parkway, Chicago. 111.)
FEARS U. S. IN NEXT WAR
A charge that England and
France are “craftily setting the
stage to drag the United States
into Europe’s next war was” made
today by Dr. Lyman Harris, pro
fessor history and government at
the University of Omaha.
To th Omaha professor, the
Czech double-cross is mere post
ponement of the ultimate show
down while England and France
| try to woo the Unit d States into
| their armed camp.
No friend of Hitler or Mussolini,
I)r. Haifis has no sympathy for
England or France cither.
"Their rtupid refusal to make
satisfactory adjustments before
dictatorship became a fad in Eur
ope has brought on the present
difficulties. Now let’s keep out of
the whole mess and let them stew
in their own juice."
Bui; unless the American public
is on its guard, Dr. Harris is cer
tain that the next few years will
see Yankee doughboys again pull
ing French and British chestnuts
jut of the fire.
“Various sources are exerting
terrific pressure to change the pre
sent American sentiment for peace
I • one for war. Oily words have
ol- ady seduced our ambassadors
to England and France.
“Recent pronouncements by Win
ston Churchill are further indi
cation of the way British minds
are working. The object of all this
I r. ssure is obviously to create an
unwritten understandirg with the
The University of Omaha his
torian grew indignant as he dis
cussed, Financier Bernard Baruch's
recent plea for heavier U. S. arma
ments. He denounced the financier
as r. “war-monger” for asserting
that Italy and Germany have their
eyes on South America. Baruch’s
claim that the arms program will
speed reeovf ry, Dr. Harris term
ed ‘‘silly propaganda.’’
To. help repel propaganda, the
University of Omaha will sponsor
p conference on “Education a?
Protection against False Propa
ganda in a “Democracy" as part
of the University dedication ct re
in nines November 3 to 5. Among
the speakers at the conference will
l-o United States Senator Edward
R. Burke of Nebraska and Mr.
Carroll Binder, foreign editor of
the Chicago Daily News.
Dr. Harris warned Americans to
“scrutinize the rearmament propo
sal carefully to gee if it’s neces
sary.’’ He doesn’t think it is, be
moans the fact that Secretary
Hull is sold on the idea, but believe
that Senators Borah, Nye, and
Clark will offer stiff resistance.
“There’s no reconciling a huge
war machine with a desire for
p ace" concluded the professor.
; “Eventually the war machine will
get out of hand and carry 113 ir
I to actual conflict,’’
OUSTED STL DENT PILES SUIT
AGAINST lr. OF TEXAS
Austin. Tex. Nov. 10 (ANT) —
! George Allen, graduate student re
j eetnly dismissed from the univer
1 sity of T> xas after being allowed
to register and attend classes, last
week announced that he would file
suit against the sehol because he
believes that his dismissal was baa
ed on grounds of color.
Allen, who was the first Negro
student to be adiuitUd f the
university in the history of the
school, was dismissed after he in
nuired about his official status in
th-:- school and was informed by
! Dean T. H. Sh lby that he was not
enrolled for the' courses in psy
chology and salesmanship.
Allen made this inquiry afidr
a conference with Prof. C. P„
Br water a director of the course*
who suggested that he leave tha
school. The suit, which will test
tho Texas law providing equal or»
(ortunity for colored graduate
students to study in the state, fa
expected to ai l material*
move for the cstablishm
university for Negroes
THE OMAHA GUIDE
Classified Telephone Directory.
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Cars in very good condition—good
rubber, like new.
Oldsmobile Coupe ‘34 excellent
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It Pays To Look Attractive
2422 N. 22nd St. WE. 0846
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2229 Lake St. JA. 9195
~ CHARLIE’S PLACE
1604 No. 22nd St. WE. 4019
BEVERAGES & LIQUORS
JOHNSON DRUG CO.
Liquors, Wines and Beer
We. 0998 1904 N. 24th St.
IDEAL BOTTLING Company
WE. 3043 _
THE LIQUOR STORE
2315 Cuming St. JA. 6564
“We Appreciate Your Patronage”
1904 N. 24th_WE^ 0998
24th & Lake WE. 0609
W. F. HOCH
Grading and Excavation
4506 Ames Ave. KE. 0316
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Experienced Roofers — Asbestos
Siding— Reasonable Prices. B.
Jones,1— 34th Taylor, E. Omaha,
Call WE. 5310 .
HERM AN’S M A RK ET
24th and Lake WE, 5444
MONUMENTS & MARKERS
HEFT & NOYES
40th & Forest Lawn Ave. KE 17-3*
Economy Tailor—'Cleaning & Re
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to order. 1918 N. 24th St.
Paint, Glass and Varnish. We do
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to order. 1*22 N. 24tlx WE. 1607
Laundries & Cleaners
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or Men’s Laundry— Blankets—
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We Specialize in
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EGGERTH JA 6896
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NOW is the time to Improve Your
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Reasnable Prices. WA. 8199.
Poultry and Eggs
.. METROPOLITAN PRODUCE ..
1301 N. 24th WE. 4737
Poultry dressed while you wait.—
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2206 North 24th St.
Our Prices are Reasonable—See
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LAKE SHOE REPAIR
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2407 Lake St.
Donovan Bros. 4733 Seward
HAVE YOUR FURNACE—
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Farnam Sheet Metal Works
2908 Farnam St. JA- 6666
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Salvation Army Industrial Home
Needs Your Aid—Call Us When
iture. Magazines, Newspapers, or
Anything You Have. Call JA. 4135
WANTED housework or will servc
as maid or nursemaid. At. 7470,
ROOMS FOR KENT
| Neatly furnished rooms strickly
j modern for rent $2.00 per week
and up. Apartment and houses for
rent. Call ATlantic 7435, o'
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FOR RENT—Love’s Kitchenette
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Modern Kitchenette Apt. WE.
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Two Rooms nicely furnished
Apartment. JA. 2568.
Furnished rooms with housekeep
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2414 Grant St.WE, 5656
Colored young man for Commercial
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and snapshot Omaha Guide, Box
PLACES TO EAT
15c Extra, for Taxicab Delivery
AMERICAN WEINER SHOP
2509 N. 24th Street
Amerieun and Chinese Dishes
KING YUEN CAFE
2010 V2 N. 24th St. JA. 8576
Anr6unc:ng Fancy Shining Parlor
2106 Lake St., Ladies Invited.
Spiritual adviser and divine
healer in readings daily. Edna
Mitchell Williams, 2613 Grant St.,
Apt. 6—WEbster 5553.
--- — ► —
i Bargains In
Qown Payment from
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~~ BALANCE LIKE RENT
E. M. DAVIS
LISCENSED REAL ESTATE
I 9817 No. 24th St. WE 1166
Wodnerful Big Bargninsin Rum
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S. 16th St. Tues., Wed. and
Thursdays, Nov. 15, 15, 17th.
FOR SALE—New Overcoat, size
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handmade Afghan. See HOLMES
Tho Tailor Shop.
ROOM & BOARD for men, Home
Cooked meals, 2521 Blondo St.
Professor: The examination
questions are now in the hands of
tho printer. Are there any last
minuta questions ^ou would like
Freshman: Who’s the printer?
In the County Court of Douglas
‘ In the matter of the estate of
Lula R. Thomas, deceased.
All persons interested are here
by notified that on the 27th day
of October 1938, Johnny Owen filed
a petition in said County Court,
praying that his final administra
tion account filed herein be settled
and allowed, and that he be dis
charged from his trust as adminis
trator with will annexed and that
a hearing will be had on said peti
tion before said Court on tht- 19th
day of November 1938 at 9 o’clock
A. M., and contest said petition,
the Court may grant the prayer
of said petition, enter a decree of
heirship, and make such other and
furthers orders, allowances and
decrees, as to this Court may seem
proper, to the end that all matters
pertaining to said estate may
bo finally settled and determined.
DONT Hi MOK SPOILED BABY
Your Child, you mothers, show
their parent* trail Jng. Are you
spoiling your child? Remember|
you may love him aad think hej
or sho is cut*', but he is simply
obnixious to your friends. What is
r. spoiled child? “It is the name,”
as Olive Barton says “selected in
describing the little boy or girl
v ho is all he shouldn’t be and no
thing that he should.” The sobri
quet relieves him of responsibility
and puts- it on others. It means
that care has not been taken to
rave the good of something when
When you speak of sormone you
think is wonderful, remember that
one does not deserve tho credit.
Tie parents was wonderful for pro
during and developing such a child.
Our children reflect their train
I ing. If they are fint. they reflect
Tho spoiled child who has been
humored, who has never learned to
take disappointment, who cannot
hear obedience is some day going
to be as miserable as it is possi
ble to lie.
It is good and wholeosme for out"
small friend of time, four, or five
to have his miniature experiences
It is time to give him an object
lesson, whon a child will not let
his mother leave without a scene.
As long as he is well cared for, she
need make no promises, no tear
ful partings, and smaking out the
back way. Just a cheerful goodbye
and walk away.After awhile he
will cease to protest.
It is a mistaken kindness t»’
overload him with new toys con
stantly. The quickest way to soul”
any child or person is to over in.
Make homo life gay and efiee»
ful, but insist on Inqt conforming:
to house routine and his personal
schedule. Don’t give in repeatedly
to his whines and squalh. If this
method has produced results for
Make him give in to other child
ren much of the? time. Try to be
gin little lessons of salesmanship.
H<> will have to barn what “right
is. Ho need not be an easy mark;
ho has a right of his own, but he
should see the othtr side too.
The time a guy opght to have
hi*, head examined is when his
I hair starts to fall.
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