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THE OMAHA GUIDE
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
Published Every Saturday at 2418 20 Grant St
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care of Abbe’ Wallace, P. 0. Box H, Atlanta. Georgia.
F. L. K.—We would like very
much to own our home. Would
It be a wise idea to buy this place
where We are now ?
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) Ans: Make arrangements to
buy a home as soon as you can.
Tnene is no better investment for
people of moderate circumstances.
I am sure that if you look around
you will find a place nicer, and
more modern for the money. Don't
be afraid to get out and make
some inquiries—get the best you
can for the money you put out.
Lonesome Pal.—Do my friend
get all the leters that I write him ?
I wonder now long he will be gone
and wdl I hear from him ever?
Ans: You’re a ‘‘has been’’ in his
mind young lady. I suggest that
you stop writing him. If he did
not get the letters they would be
returned to you. It is very evid
ent that he has made some new
acquaintance and he doesn’t care
to keep in touch with you any
S. K. P.—I want to go on my
vacation but am afraid I will lose
out. Tell me if there is a chance
of my getting 3 or 4 rooms in the
Ans: Yes you do stand a good
chance of getting an apartment in
this new project. Go ahead and
take your vacation—you might go
around and tell the office tnat you
are going and when to expect you
back. You need to get off for a
Jd. F. W.—I know I am sick all
right for I have a large swollen,
stomach. Now they tell me when
you have been cungered and trick
ed that Doctors medicine will make
it worse. Tell me what to do.
Ans: If you want to get well
and live then you had better
change your views a bit- Pay no
attention to what people have to
tell you. Go immediately to the
City Clinic and begin reatment.
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I Take medicine prescribed by Doc
tors only. I warn you against
taking root medicine. A change
will take place if you cooperate
with a good (medical doctor or the
C. G.—Please tell me if I will
ge able to get the chidnen I am
trying to get?
Ans:—I see disappointment a
head for you regarding these cnil
dren? In all probability your fi
nancial standing has something to
do with it.
L. C.—Please tell me if I stand
a chance with either one of the 2
boys I have been going with? Both
claim they love me?
Ans: The fellow you nave been
going with for the longest period
of time loves you more devotedly
than the one you started with re
cently- He ■would marry you—
but I don’t think the latter fellow
would consider marriage at all.
E. J. W.—Do you think my
daughter will make good at the
school that I am planning to send
Ans: I do. It seems to me
tnat you are using the very best
of judgement in sending her off
to school. She’s ambitious and
studious—you may expect nothing
but the best from this young lady.
I .L. W.—Things got so bad tnat
I had t0 leave home. Is it the end
of everything for me? What must
Ans: Go back home and stay
there. Your husband has become
infatuated with someone else, but
you a1'0 foolish to step out and
g ve him a free road to travel. Try
to hold your home together and
work and take care of yourself
A change will take place in him
WILL HOLD BIENN
The Ladies Auxiliary to the
Brothernood of Sleeping Car Por
ters which is affiliated with the A.
F. of L. will hold its Biennial Con
vention in the International Head
quarters of the Brothernood of
Sleeping Car Porters, 27 West
125th Street, New York, Septemb
er 16-19 inclusive. The prelimin
ary activities of the Convention
Will include a Parade followed by
a Mass Meeting at the Salem
Methodist Episcopal Church, 129th
Street and 7th avenue, Sunday
September 15, at 3 o’clock p. m.
The Ladies Auxiliary will be the
guest of the Brotherhood of Sleep
ing Car Porters on tnese two oc
casions which also mark the be
ginning of the Second Biennial
Convention and the 15th Anni-ers
ary Celebration of the Brother
hood. Tne Brotherhood Sessions
will be held in New York sim !t
ar.eously with those of the Ladies
Auxiliary, but will be of Ion ? >r
i ne i.dunes Auxiliary was or
ganized August 1925, in New York^
City by the Brotherhood President
A. Philip Randolph and was known
at that time as the Colored Wom
en’s Economic Council. As rapid
ly as circumstances and conditions
would permit an auxiliary was set
up in each of the Brotherhood Div
isions until today there are 44
such organizations throughout this
country and Canada.
In July 1938, a National Call
was issued by the International
President A. Philip Randolph re
questing the Auxiliary represent
atives to assemble the following
September, in Chicago. Illinois for
the purpose of being organized
into an International Organization.
This was to represent the first and
rhly group of Negro women to be
organized on an International
scale by a duly recognized Negro
international Labor Organization.
The following officials were elect
ed at that time by the Convention
Halena Wilson; Chicago, Illin
ois; International President. Roy
inr. C. Tucker; Washington, I). C.;
• International Secretary-Treasurer.
’Katherine Lassiter; New York
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AND NOW THESE UI’STAND
1NG CITIZENS OF OUR COMM
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The Larieuse Beauty Foundation was established by
the Godefroy Manufacturing Company to study methods
of preserving women's natural beauty, and to make
the results of this research available to the public.
Yesterday I watched a young
friend of nilne get all dressed up In
her Sunday best for a gala party.
She had bought a new dress and her
best beau had sent her a lovely
corsage. Her hat was the exact
shade of delicate blue as her dress.
She should have looked fresh and
lovely but — unfortunately — she
Her white gloves had seen wear
several times that week and she
had neglected to wash them. Not
only that, one finger had ripped at
the seams, and rather than take a
minute to repair the damage, she
let the scarlet tip of her nail show
through. She had gone out the
night before In her new slippers,
had walked across the damp, muddy
ground and failed to give them a I
cleaning. Her blouse needed press
ing but she felt that It would go
unnoticed. But, alas, those are the
things we do notice.
Small Details Are Important
Few of us realize the importance
of little details of grooming. A
clashing new dress or suit only
serves to call attention to our short
comings If the small items of cos
tuming are faulty. We are inclined
to say, “What shabby looking
gloves," or “How dirty her shoes
are,” rather than comment on the
excellence of the rest of the en
Gloves, purses,' shoes, belts, all
those accessories are so small that
we may be Inclined to overlook their
Importance. But as sure as we
overlook them, the very persona we
most want to see us In a favorable
light will notice them and regard
us us careless or lazy. Feminine
charm depends on these “lesser”
things. A starched, frilly white col
lar can make you look fresh and
dainty but, If It’s limp and grny
looking, It will stamp you Imme
diately as lacking In fustldlousness.
Watch Make-Up Shade*
And another detail that we too
often fall to give its proper place
Is make-up blending. The wrong
shade of powder, rouge and lipstick
can ruin the whole outfit. Remem
ber that the proper shade to wear
with green may fall to bring out
your best points If you change to
pale pink or powder blue. A pow
der that Is too light or too dark
for your particular type of skin can
make you look pastey or dirty as
the ease may be. Bear these points
in mind when selecting your Easter
outfit. The small details which you
may overlook, may make you un
favorably conspicuous In the Easter
What are your beauty prob
lems? Write Marie Downing,
Larieuse Beauty Foundation,
Room 321 — 319 North Fourth
St., St. Louis, Mo., and she will
be glad to answer them. Be sure
to enclose a self-addressed'
City; 1st International Vice Presi
dent. Ma eM. Dailey; St. Louis,
Missouri; 2nd! International Vice
President. F. J. Caviness; San
Antonio, Texas; 3rd International
Vive President. L' titia Murray,
Los Angeles. California; 4th In
ternational Vice President.
Bar Association Reeiects
Columbus, Ohio., Aug 22 (ANP
The National Bar associatioi held
the largest and most interesHrg
convention in its history here Aug.
1, 2 and 3. Lawyers from 21 stat
es, the District of Columbia and
th© Virgin Islands were present.
The association went on record ,
condemning lynching, peonage, the
failure and refusal to make a pro
rata distribution of educational
funds, the poll tax. discriminatory
practices against Negroes in the
armed forces, disfranchisement,
the jim crow car, and the exclu
sion of the Negro from the state
and federal judiciary.
Atty. Edwin F. Kensil of St.
Louis, chairman of the commite©
on time, and place, reported that
six cities requested the next con
vention. 'nhis was the largest
number of invitations the associa
tion has ever had. After much dis
cussion Little Rock. Ark., was sel
ected for the next convention
which will be Aug. 7, 1941.
The following officers were el
ected: S R. Redmond, St. Louis,
president; Thomas Campbell, Den
ver, E. L. Wheaton, Toledo, and
William T. Garvin, New York, vice
presidents; George W. Evans, Bal
timore, secretary; Georgia Jones
Ellis. Chicago, assistant secretary
a»d Charles W. Anderson, Louis
Charleston, R. C.. Aug. 22 (AN
P)—As a result of three weeks of
action Negro citizens told Tuesday
that NYA training under the Na
tional Defense Training program,
would inaugurated at the Burko
Industrial High school here in the
fall when the first eight week per
iod ends. One hundred white youth
are receiving such training at the
Murray Vocational school which
bars colored students.
Civic actions was spaked by the
local weekly, the Lighthouse and
Informer, wthi/> began negotiat
ions immediately upon public an
nouncement that no training was
included in the local program for
Negroes. Roger L. Coe, state N
YA administrator and B. R. Tur
ner of the State Education depart
ment were contacted, as well as lo
When persistent efforts continu
ed and apparent run-around was a
banodned and G. C. Rogers assist
ant of loc„l school board, told ed
itor John H. MjcCray, who headed
the citizens committee, on Tuesday
that the course would be offered
this fall. W. H. Grayson, Jr., prin
cipal of the school had conferred
with Mr. Rogers Tuesday upoa re
quest of the committee.
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