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Cooked Meals( soft drinks, candiei
and pool. 106 So. 14th St. Phoni
FRESH BUTCHERED PORK
Butchered Hogs For Sale> Davii
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HOUSES FOR RENT
2792 Miami. 5 Room AJl Modem
Duplex $17. Key at HA. 6998.
ROOMS FOR RENT
For Rent, 5 Room House, also one
Front Room,—WE. 2365.
KITCHENETTE Apt. 2705 Ohio.
FOR RENT—Room for Couple—
For Rent, modern rooms, 2520
Patrick Ave., WE- 2217.
Furnished Room For Rent, 2520
Patrick Ave., WE. 2217.
FOiTrENT— Room, WE. 2217
APT FOR RENT, WE. 2365.
3 Furnished Rooms For Rent,—
cheap, 2406 North 21st St. Essex
2 Nice furnished or unfurnished
rooms for rent. Call WE. 0360 ev
enings or Mrs. Collins, 26221/2 Er
For Rent—4 room apt., all modem
Call WE. 3030.
Rooms For Rent, downstairs or
basement apartment. All strictly
modem. WE. 0718.
FOR RENT—8 Room Apt. WE.
0360. Call evenings.
ROOM for Rent, 2309 North 27th
Ave., Phone AT. 6134.
One Front Room, 2513 Hamilton
St., Call AT. 1897.
For Rent, Two four-room beauti
ful apartment8i 2409 Lake St., call
Apt For Rent, WE. 2365.
" FOR KENT ”
Apt for Rent—2527 Blondo St.
House For Rent and Apartment
For Rent, WE. 2365.
Room For Rent, call evenings We.
Room For Rent, We- 2217, -'620
Furnished Kitchenette HA. 6672
pt. for Rent, 2026 Ohio after 2.
2 Rooms for Rent, JA. 2607.
FOR RENT—3 room modern apt
4226 Ohio St., JA-0682.
Furnished Apt., 3 rooms, private
bath, 2517 Miami St., WE. 3653.
Front Room, modern WE. 1024.
VOR RENT—A four room Apt.
An Apt. for Kent, WE. 2365
For Rent, 2 apts. WE. 2737.
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H> order. 182 N. 24th St. WE. 1607.
THOMAS FUNERAL HOME
202a x^ake St. WEbsteP»20L2
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; THE OMAHA GUIDE
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
, Published Every Saturday at 2418 20 Grant St
PHONE WEbster 1517
Entered as Second Class Matter Maich 15, 1927, at
the Post Office at Omaha, Nebraska, under Aet of
, Congress of March 3, 1879.
, H. J. Ford, — — — Pres.
Mrs. Flurna Cooper — — Vice Pies
C. C. Galloway, — Publisher and Acting Editor
Boyd V. Galloway, —■ Sec’y and Treas
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Policy Toward Negro Under
Washington, Jan. 15 (by Alvin
E- White for ANP)—Much discus
sion as to the calling of Negro
draftees with especially emphasis
on the discrimination believed prac
ticed in these calls by the selective
service system is due, it is offic
ially reported by persons high in
the service, to an ignorance of the
methods employed and the manner
in which the draftees are to be
taken care of
Written in the selective service
act is a clause stating that no man
may be called to active service un
til suitable accommodations, spec
ified by the act, have been provid
W ANT TO BUY—
Furniture of all kinds—dressers,
feeds, end tables, chairs and chest
of drawers or complete home—
apartment furnishings. Kettles and
dishes. Sell us yours.
IDEAL Furniture Mart, 24th &
Lake Street—WE. 2224
LOAN S-^LO ANS-LO AN S
We Loan Money on Clothing,
Shoes, Jewelry, Radios, type
writers, Guns, Musical Instru
WE SELL—Unredeemed Suits
—Topcoats—Overcoats or any
thing not redeemed.
BILL’S LOAN BANK
1804 N. 24th St.
_ Tel. WE-1369
Quality Plus Service
Hot Corn Bread or Biscuits
with Your Orders without
34th St. At Willis Avenne
LEWIS & HARRY
2303 N. 24th Street
DIAMOND D-X GAS
Harry Payne, Lewis Irvin,
ed for him.
Because of this, Negroes have
been a small percentage of tho to
tal troops called. However, it is
stated that by March the percent
age if Negroes in the encamp
ments will be that prescribed in
the act( that is 10 percent of alf
! the troops being trained will be
Negroes. And by the end of the
first call, which is June 30, the
same percentage will prevail.
At the present time, the follow
ing quotas of Negro troops were
called to service.
To accomodate these troops,
work has been speeded up i-i the
camps where they are to be as
signed and by the end of February
wlhen this total will be encamped,
they will be taken care of in the
Despite^ over the failure to call
Negroes in certain areas have oth
er meanings as well, especially in
Ohio, where it was decided to call
all white troops to fill out the div
ision they were assigned to and!
send them all at one time to the
training center where this divsio i
Prior to the selective service sys
tem, Negroes composed only 2 per
cent of the total military forces of
the United States. Under the
present system, they will total 10
percent, which means that the old
original 2 percent as represented
by the four regimentos will have
to be maintained and other units
Another problem arises here in
that the maintenance of the old
units at their strength means the
recruiting of new men for them
since their old members wil) be
transferred to other spots to train
and help the newly formed regi
Naturally this means promot
ions for the members of the old
line units and additional responsi
bilities for them.
Speaking of the quality of the
training which Negroes will rec
eive, this official said that in his
opinion, this would equal that of
the w hite troops in every instance.
One of the main problems aris
ing, however, is the question of of
Joe’s Food Market
(Formerly Herman’s Market)
2422 NORTH 24th ST. Telephone WE-5444
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY
ORANGE AND BLUE FOOD STAMPS RE
DEEMED at JOE’S Food Market at Low
COFFEE Butter-Nut pound 25c,
SUGAR 5 POUNDS 24c
Butter, lb. 33c
FLOUR, 5 lb. bag 19c
Catsup l’ge bottle 10c
Pork & Beans 10c
PORTO RICAN ~~~
YAMS, pound 5c
2 BUNCHES TURNIP OR "
Collard Greens, 15c
Spinach, 2 lbs. 15c
Oranges, dozen 19c
LARGE CAN ARMOUR’S
Pork & Hominy 10c
FANCY FOR EATING
APPLES, d^zen 25c
3 CANS ARMOUR’S
DOG FOOD 25c
Pure Lard, lb. 7Vic
OLEO, lb. 10c
Slauer Kraut, lb. 5c
Cornen-Beef, lb. 15c
Pure Pork Sausage lb 15c
U S- CHOICE
Beef Roast , lb. 18c
ROUND OR SIRLOIN
Steaks lb. 28c
Sliced Bacon, lb. 22c
Peaches, in syrup 15c
Pink Salmon, 15c
I POUND PACKAGE
Fresh Marshmallows 10c
i ficers for this vast army of Ne
groes to be trained in the crisis. ,
While nearly everyone wants to
see the new regiments officered by I
Negroes, this will be an impossib
ility unless some provision is made
for the estsablishment of an offic
er training camp, similar to the
ones established during the World
and in the present instance
by the marine corps.
All told, there are only about
353 reserve officers, it is said, and
two or three regimentB would er.t
this up—especially when the men
eliminated by virtue of physical
defects, etc., are taken into consid
This means the assigning of
white officers to most of the new
regiments which will include artil
lery, anti-aircraft regiments, and
others in which Negro officers
have had little if any experience
However, a clause in the Select
ive Service Training act provides
for this in that after nine months
of service in the army( a draftee
may take the rest of his t hree
months service training for '-he job
of feeing an officer.
This lack of reserve officers is
due to the lack of ROTC. camp* in
uie colored colleges. There are
only two in the country which give
senior training leading to a com
mission. They are at Howard uni
versity and at Wilberforce.
The others, which have student
cadet corps, have only junior cour
(Cont'nued on pagtJ3gr’4)
BY CHARLES WASHINGTON
McGill Bar gained a first place
tie with HSS- in the Urban Senior
League by defeating them 29-22
Saturday nite at the Main Reten
tion Center. Paced by Hall and
Lazine the Barmen had two big
quarters, second and last. HSS
played the entire second period ard
most of the fourth without Joe
Brooks, star defense man who
fouled out early in the last and
without him HSS. couldn’t cop"
with McGill’s height. Richard
Gray did yeoman service taking
the ball off of the backboard for
HSS. He and McDavis led HSS.
scorers with 6 tallies apiece- Laz
ine had 15 for McGill.
McGill (29) FG- FT- PF.
Hall, f 2 3 4
Lnzine, f 7 10
Dixon, f 0 0 0
Skinner, c 13 3
N. Prestont g 10 0
T. Preston, g 0 0 4
Elliott, g 0 0 3
» 11 7 15
Triggs, f 2 13
McDavis, f 2 2 0
Harrison, c-f 2 0 3
Gray e g 14 2
Brooks> g 0 0 4
MlcClardys, g 0 0 1
Merriw’er, g 0 14
T 8 17
Halftime score; McGill 18--MS.
Missed freethrows: McGill, —
Skinner 6, Hall 4, Elliott 3, Laz
ine T- Preston 2.
HSS., Triggs 6, Harrison, Mer
riw’er 2, MicDavis 2, Brooks 2.
Officials—Mart Thomas, Omaha
U., George Curry t Central Hi.
The Dragons withstood the 15
point last quarter spurge of their
old rivals the Rockets, to win 35
to 31- The Dragons started out
like a ball of fire getting 9 points
in the first quarter while all the
Rockets could get was Crossley’s
free throw. In the second half the
Rockets got started. Twice they
edged ahead of the Dragons only
to have Willie McDavis put the
Dragons back in the lead with long
When Infantile Paralysis Strikes I
*■■■■■■ .-.-K'.vcv- -xwMawwv
This child, strapped on a Bradford
rame with legs and arms in
plints and braces, may walk and
)lay again, because of proper care
n fighting the crippling disease
>f infantile paralysis. Muscles of
hose stricken by the disease must
>e kept “in neutral,” sometimes
is long as a year and a half. In
his way, however, much of the
Tippling after-effects of the dis
I case can be prevented. This pic
ture was taken at the Crippled
Children’s Clinic in Birmingham,
Alabama. Funds raised in the
“Fight Infantile Paralysis” Cam
paigns are distributed by the Na
tional Foundation for Infantile
Paralysis to aid those who are
stricken, to fight epidemics and to
try and find a way to stamp out
this terrible disease.
FUEL AND SUPPLY CO.
2002 IZARD ST.
THEY CARRY ON PALMER MEMORIAL INST.
Educators who make up the administrative dom
mittee at Charlotte Hawkins Brownes school in Sed
alia, N. C., are: No. 1, Qr. John Brice; Knoxville c>1
lege, B. A., D. D. 20th year; director of religious ac
tivities and lanscape gardening. No. 2, Charles An
drew Grant; Dickerson college B. S. 9th year; head
of department of science and mathematics and ath
letic coach. No. 3, Miss Cecie Roberta Jenkins; How
ard unviersity B. A., M, A, 4th year; administrative
assistant and head of department of Romance lan
guages. No. 4, Walter Hamilton English; Howard
university B. A., M, A, 5th year; academic d;ean and
head of department of English. No. 5, Emory Riley;
Hampton institute 3rd year; superintendent of build
j ings and grounds. (ANP)
shots from the middle of the floor
H. Franklin led the Dragons VBh
17 counters. Young got 10 for the
Dragons, (35) FG. FT FF.
Britt, f 5 13
W. Franklin, f 10 3
H- Franklin, c 5 7 2
Butler, g 0 0 3
McDavis, g I 2 12
13 9 15
Young, f 3 4 3
Williams, f 3 2 4
Kellogg, f 0 0 0
Stone, c 0 0 1
Fountain, g-c 4 0 4
Bryant, g 0 10
Crossley, g 2 12
12 8 1.4
Halftime score: Dragons 16—
Missed free throws: Dragons,—
H. Franklin 5, McDavi* 3, Britt
Rockets—Young 5, Crossley 2,
Fountain 2, Williams 2. Official
Thomasi Omaha U'
The Green Trees beat Woodson
Center 20-16 in a game marred
with bad passing, careless shooting
and rough tactics. Breakfield got
6 points for Woodsons. Tapley
and Williams each had 6 for Green
Gresn Tree (20) FG. FT. PF
Williams, f-g 2 2 2
Clardy, f 2 0 1
F. Brown, f 0 0 1
Allen, c 2 0 2
Tapley, g 2 2 4
Stetf’art, g 0 0 1
I 8 4 11
Austin^ f 2 0 1
West, t 0 10
Rose, f 0 0 0
Prater, f-g 2 0 0
'olenian, c Oil
Wiiltiama, c 0 0 1
jreakl ie-1, g 2 2
Starms, g 0 0 2
6 4 8
Halftime score: Green Tree 9: —
Missed Free throws—Green Tree
Williams 5t Tapley 4.
Woodson—Br:akfield 5, Starnes
l, Coleman 3, West 2. Official,
Thomas, Omaha U
There were 79 personal and 9
technical fouls called for a total of
117 free throws and of these 117
fres tosses 40 were made 77 miss
McGill had the most free thio'.v
chances 24. HSS. had 23, Dragons
20, Rockets 19) Woodson 18 and
I Green Tree 13.
HSS- made the most fouls 17.
McGills fouled 15 times, Rockets
14, Dragons 13, Green Tree 12,
Di'Hgons had the best free
throws average with 45 percent.
Rockets had a 42 percent average,
HSS- 34 percent, Green Tree 31
prcentj McGill 29 percent nnd
Woodson 21 percent.
Seven players were ejected for
4 fouls. Williams and Fountain
of the Rockets, Hall and T. Pres
ton of McGill, Merriweather anti
Brooks of HSS. and Tapley of the
H. Franklin made the, most
charity throws 7, and had the
most chances 12. He also was ihe
most fouled man being fouled 8
R. Gray and W. Bryant had the
best free throw made averages.
Gray had 4 for 4. Bryant on1 for
Woodson Center had it in for
Williams and Tapley of the Green
Trees. The Center boys fouled 8
times fouling Williams 5 times and
Tapley 3 times.
Next Week Rockets vs. Green
Trees at 8 with McGills and Dra
gons following. HSS. takes on
Woodson Center in. the last canto.
There will be 4 prelims before the
Rocket-Green Tree encounter.
McGill 5 2
HSS * 2
Rockets 4 2
Green Trees 4 2
Dragons 2 2
Woodson 1 6
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