The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, March 15, 1941, City Edition, Page 2, Image 2

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    GIRLS ON THE
STREETS.....
Lola Willis seems to have joined the army. She
is looking the soldiers over.
Well, the fast is over, THE COUNT HAS BEEN
HERE AND GONE.
What goes on under Laura Averett’s nose? I
believe it is her mouth. (
Juanita King and Robert Jones
said farewell to high school when
they received their diplomas.
Who is Booker Washington cor
responding with in South Carol
ina? I believe it is Doris New.
land.
Daisy Cole is fickle. I see she
is back with Essie Washington.
Songs of the Week—
As the graham cracker and the
sody cracker salt in the parlor ,the
graham cracker said, “I hear a
Rhap-sody.”
The sandman said as he came
by "Let’s Dream Thl* One Out....
What did the collector say as he
left your house? It All Conics
Back To Me Now.
I see that the so-called "Mayor
of North 24th Street is dreaming
again that he is driving his car
which belongs to someone else.
I_I
Please don’t wake him up.
R. A. M seen Sunday night with
one of her ex-boy friends (T. W.)
Wonder what the beef was?
******
Why was Nona S. and the two
McGill girlg «o angry Saturday
night? Three guesses.
******
Tech and South was in a great
turmoil this week as everyone si!
ently collected (their fives. Flunk
early ond avoid the rush next
time.
******
•
Tresa Mae Union is back in our
fair city after a fine vacation in
Kansas City.
Globe Trotters: Ruth Reynolds
and Maxine Nichols.
Scene: American Wieiner Shop
Plot: To avoid the crowd.
Result; Good Business
Visiting in our city is Mrs. John
Hooks, the wife of .sergeant Hooks
of Ft. Crook, formally of Kansas
City.
******
A certain group of girls are un
certain (to whether the YWCA, is
located at Robbins drug store or
22nd and Grant.
WOMEN
helped 2 ways!
Women, by the thousands, knowl
the help that may come with
CARDUI because they have ex
perienced it!
Some find they need only start
on it three days before “their
time’’ and take it as directed in or
der to relieve periodic pain due to
functional causes.
Others find Ithat the proper use
of CARDUI enables them to stim
ulate appetite and improve diges
tion (through the increased flow
of digestive juice). So they are
enabled to build up strength and
energy and relieve head aches,
nervousness, cramp-like pain and
other periodic functional distress.
It has been popular for 50 years.
have it!
KEEP THEM SPARKLING BRIGHT
THE LIGHT CONDITIONING WAY!
Good light costs so little everyone
should have it. Not to have it is sheer
extravagance — you can't afford to
waste the one precious pair of eves
of a single member of your family.
Discover how easily, and inexpen
sively, you can have safe, glare-free
lighting, now/
CALL FOR EFFICIENT LIGHTING SERVICE — FREE
A trained lighting advisor will gladly call at
your home, at any time most convenient, and
check your lighting with the scientific sight
meter. Just call your Certified Light Condition
ing Dealer. He will gladly arrange this free
service, for you.
LIVE Even Better—ELECTRICITY IS Even Cheaper
SEE YOUR DEALER
OR THE NEBRASKA POWER COMPANY
Fads and Fash'ons—
Why is the demand for turbans
so great lately ? Maybe it’s the
price.
******
Maggie Johnson is wearing some
neat tan sport shoes. Did she get
them because of a certain party’s
favorite color?
We got a Brown Riding Hood
instead of a Red Riding Hood.
Seen wearing the outfit the other
night.
A hint to the wise; Too much
makeup is being worn. Avoid too
much. A
******
Laughs:—
What did Uncle Sam say to the
boy’s vrithout uniforms? “Boys
did you catch the draft?”
As the farmer passed the hen,
the hen said, "That’s the guy I’m
laying for.”
What did one wall say to the
other wall? "Bud I’ll meet you at
the corner.
Well this is GIRLS ON THE ST.
SIGNING OFF, until then this
time next week, We’ll be Seeing
U.
ASCH RECORDING STUDIOS
PREPARING NEGRO ALBUM
It lg believed that the Asch Re
cording Studios, 117 West 46th St
New York City, are about to pub
lish the Calvacade of the American
Negro—on records. This should
be of interest not only to the
whole Negro race, but to every A
merican as well
The records are of educati mal,
cultural and of entertainment val
ue. The Script was written by
Miss Mercedes Gilbert of radio
and theatre fame, and tells the
history of the American Negro
from 1619 to the present day. The
mother of the negro race is nar
rated by Miss Gilbert and the voic
es of her children are portrayed
In songs by the Jarahal Choral
Glee Club which provides the mus
ical background. Naturally the
story includes names famous in
American history; as Chrispus At
tucks, Jameg Bland, Phyliss Wheat
ley, Harriet Tubman, Booker T.
Washington, Frederick Douglas,
Dr. Carver, Mary McLeod Bethune
the late James Weldon Johnson,
etc.
The records, four in all, will be
released in Album form and each
side of a record will have a com
plete story of the epoch it repres
ents The Book series will have
the advantage of a supplementary
historical continuity.
These recordings are under tl e
supervision of Mr. M. Asch, Rec
ording Engineer.
Mr. Leroy Collins, well known
newspaper man and rario produc
er and announcer, has been added
to the staff of the Asch Recording
Studios as Press Relations Counsel
and Press Representative for Miss
Mercedes Gilbert.
STUDENTS STRIKE IN
AFRICAN SCHOOL
Newdare, Johannesburg, South
Africa, March 10—(ANP) At the
opening of the new term at the
state school fop Colored pupils
here last month, the students
went out on strike, as a protest a
gainst the appointment of a white
principal. Two years ago the col
ored principal retired on pension
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1 JANESVILLE. WISC.
RADIO SERIES TO DEPICT NEGRO
CONTRIBUTIONS TO AMERICAN LIFE—
A series of educational radio programs planned
by the U. S. Office of Education and financed by a
Rosenwald Foundation grant will dramatize Negro
contributions to American life.
The programs, to be broadcast nationally, will
portray the role Negroes have played in American
education, art, science, industry, and other fields of
endeavor, U. S. Commissioner of Education John W.
Studebaker reported.
The radio series is being prepared under the
geieral direction of Ambrose Caliver, U S. Office of
Education Specialist in the Education of Negroes
and William D. Boutwell, Chief, Division of Radio,
Publications, and Exhibits.
Plans for the project call for transcriptions of
the programs for use in schools, colleges and by local
radio stations. The transcriptions, and radio scripts
revised as lesson units and study guides, are expected
tj be used by both white and Negro schools in cours
es or units of instruction about Negroes in the Uni
ted States
Commissioner Studebaker said today that
this is a most important undertaking of the U S. Of
fice of Education in behalf of all Negirces who have
had a part in the development of our national cult
ure. “We shall do our utmost to report accurate and
full information abooit constructive activities and
accomplishments of Negroes in this radio series,”
said the Commissioner. “Much of this information
is not available in textbooks and in general reading
matter, yet it is the type of information that could
help to improve race relations and aid in solving
many problems of majority and minority groups.”
The U. S. Office of Education, will have the as
sistance of a technical advisory committee in devel
oping the series of radio programs, and is seeking
advice and suggestions from Negroes throughout the
United States to be considered in making further ■
plans.
To be included in the series will be the Negro's
participation in: Music, literature, art, religion, ex
piration, invention, scientific research, agriculture
industry, labor, education, civil and military service
theatrical and sports activities.
and another colored teacher was
appointed in an acting capacity
until the end of last year. Fivei
hundreds students stayed home
from c^asse* pending the outcome
of a conference between their par
ents and the director of the Trans
vaal Education department.
SOCIAL DISEASE WORK
TRIPLES
82 POSITIVE REPORTS LISTED
AT CLINCS
Business at the city venereal din
lc has nearly tripled since start
last month of the health depart
ment-police drive to reduce known
sources of infection, it was shown
in reports by Health Commission
er Dr. A- S- Pinto.
The clinic examined 269 person*
in 897 free visits during February
compared with 111 examinations
369 visits in the same month a
year ago, the report showed. Out
of 249 laboratory tests last month
there were positive reports on 28
syphilis and 56 gonorrhea cases.
In February, 1940, 66 laboratory
tests disclosed positive reports on
10 syphilis and six gonorrhea cas
es.
Cooperate With Army
Meanwhile Dr. Pinto said hi* of
flee is offering “every co-operat
ion”, to Dr. Harry Jackson War
ner, newly assigned United States
public health service surgeon for
the 7th army corps area
Dr. Pinto also received word to
day that Dr. Earl Moore chairman
f a National Research council sub
committee on venereal diseases,
had urged abolition of segregated
' prostitution districts near military
establishments and strict repres
sion of solicitation of men by pros
tutes on streets, in cabarets or
other gathering places.
Follow Suggestion
Within Omaha’s boundaries thi*
course is being followed and en
forcement will be intensified if the
problem increases with opening of
activities at the Fort Crook bom
ber plant Dr. Pinto promised. Cop
ing with such problem* In the Im
mediate Fort Crook area will be up
to Sarpy and state authorities, he
said.
NEGROES MUST ORGANIZE!!!
(continued from page 1)
likewise passed unanimously a res
olution calling upon the President
bo demand the ending of discrim
ination in jobs in defense industr
ies.
WE MUST ceaselessly demand
our rights in industry and employ
ment as well as our civil and poli
tical rights. But there is little
sense or profit in complaining un
less we organize to make effect
ive our complaint against dis
crimination and secure our right
eous demands for justice. No race
or group on earth ever was “given
rights.’’ They gained strength by
organizing until they were abl'j to
take their rights. Negroes must
learn the power of organized
thinking and organized acting in
our struggle to win our full citiz
enship rights in American life
JASPER COLE, JR. WRITES
IN PUBLIC PULSE OF THE
OMAHA WORLD-HERALD
Anti-Lynch Bill—
Omaha: With our national def
ense program on every tongue I
suppose another year will pass
with nothing done about the anti
lynch bill. According to our con
stitution, the Fourteenth amend
ment states, “No state shall deny
to any person in its jurisdiction
the equal protection of the law.’’
In the bill of rights the fifth art
icle says, “No person shall be de
prived of life, liberty or property
without due process of law,” which
supposedly means trial by judge
and jury. Therefore in my estim
ation the federal government can
prosecute any person or group of
persons for violating these provis
ions. Why hasn’t the government
done so? With all this talk of
democracy, enforcing our laws, be
ginning with our constitution,
would surely be a step toward just
that.
—Jasper Cole, Jr.
IF WE DIDN’T PAY TAXES!
“If the Nebraska Power Comp
any didn’t pay taxes it could give
its customers free service two
months out of each year,” J. E.
Davidson, president of the comp
any, said today in commenting on
the report that an Iowa municipal
plant has given its customer’s one
month’s free service.
“In talking about electric rates,”
Mr. Davidson added, “it is well to
keep in mind that privately-owned
utilities pay taxes and municipal
utilities do not No comparison of
their electric rates, therefore, is
fair unless this freedom from tax
ation is considered.
“Our company pays $1,469,000 or
more than $4,000 a day, in taxes.
Our contribution to the support of
government takes 17 cents of ev
ery dollar we receive. This is
more than twice the 8 1-3 percent
discou nt. which one month's free
service represents. Wevre our
AMOS “N” ANDY
(by Myrtle M. Good low)
Dear Andy I know just how you
feel—
For I too want a red automobile.
With four headlights red and
blue,
And four tail-lights, purple and
gold.
And the wheels with jet black
rubber tires—
Lead white rims and yellow can
ny spokes.
And bolts of flamnig gold—
So folks will really get a jolt.
When I whiz by
Like a thunderbolt,
And say My! OH! My!
Let me shade my eyes—
Till whatever “Tis” passes by.
So you see dear Andy I too,
want to sit behind the wheel—
Of a red automobile—
That will put the F. D. too
shame
For mine will be a car aflame.
So please don’t smart with envy
If luck should come to me—
And I get a flaming red one.
That outshines the noonday sun.
For if I do I’ll invite you—
To ride down Lennox avenue—
And lay old kingfish in the shade
When you and I parade.
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comi>any not required to pay taxes
the savings therefore would equal
two months free service to our
customers, not just occasionally,
but every year.
“If our company were tax-free,
our residential rates, which now a
verage 3.6 cents per kilowatt hour
would be reduced to considerably
less than 3 cents
“The taxes we pay are, of course
needed for the support of schools,
police, fire and health departments
and other government activities,
and We are perfectly willing to pay
nur share of these costs,” Mr.
Davidson said. But if we didn't
pay these taxes, all other taxpay
ers would have to pay higher tax
es to make up this amount, or gov
eminent expenditures would have
to be reduced that much each
year.” _—
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IN RAID
The 46 persons taken in a raid
of the Brown Bomber Cigar store
together with Booker McKenzie,
charged with being the keeper of
a disorderly house, were given $1
and costs suspended fines by Judge
Palmer in police court Monday
morning. Those charged with be
ing inmates were held by the
court for a physical examination.
Several of those taken were mem
bers of Amateur Athletic Union,
and the presentation of their
membership cards showing them
to be physically fit, allowed them
to leave without being submitted
to the examination.
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