The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, May 03, 1941, City Edition, Page 3, Image 3
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This man does have other friends, and I feel that you would be making a mistake to concentrate on him al together. Someone else will come into your life who will mean more to you later on. ****** L. T. G.—I want to know if my husband is going with this so-call ed girl he has in his car all of the time? I hope he gets drafted soon Ans: Well there isn’t any rea son for him to be hauling her ar ound if he wasn’t interest in her— I think that it is time for you to put a stop to this business. Let him know that you won’t stand any mere of it Your husband will probably bo classified very soon in regards to the draft. ****** S. C. M.—Wo have been want ing to move for the past few nv'ftbs and wondor i.1 it woul l be alright to do to? Ars: A change is recommend ed since you are so dissatisfied. Stay there in tbe city, but look arou.-d for a de'wrble place to li ‘V where you w.H nave more pri vu( ****** 0. M-—I am m the middle of a l ed f.x. 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N.—What would be the proper thing to do about the acci dent tnat I was in recently. Some one told me that I should get me a lawyer right away. Ans: The company operating the bus you were injured on knows about the accident and they are waiting for you to contact them. Go to their office immediately ana file your complaint. I don’t ad vise your seeing a lawyer unless necessary—if you did—you would have to give him a good portion of vhat you collected for his fee. L. S.—Would it turn out alright if 1 married my girl friend’s hus band as I now have in mind? I feel worried about it and do not know what to do as I have no par ents to tell me. Ar,t: As long as your girl friend lived she was very fonj of you md I am sure that she would approve of you taking her baby and marrying her husband. He is in love with you now and I see no reason why you shouldn’t mar ry him at an early date. KOSENWALD FELLOWSHIP AWARDS ANNOUNCED (Continued from page 1) Reappointment. James Walter Fisher, instructor in social sciences, Delaware State college, for an historical study of the slave and the free Negro in Delaware, at the University of Pennsylvania. Estella Harris Scott, head resi dent, Fisk university social cent er, and instructor in the depart ment of social sciences, for studies in sociology, at the University of Pennsylvania. Reappointment. Mabel Murphy Smythe, instruc tor at Fort Valley State college, Ga., for study of the effects of protective labor legislation on Ne gro workers, at the University of Wisconsin. Waters Edwin Turpin, instruct or in English language and liter ature, Lincoln university, Pa., for the writing of a novel about the Maryland free Negro. Samuel Z. Westerfield, Jr., Washington, for a study of the consumer purchasing and savings habits of Negroes and whites, at the same income level, at Harvard university. Clyde Julian Wdnkfield, Chicago accompanist for Etta Moten, for piano study. 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Prizes are as follows: FIRST PRIZE $100.00 THIRD PRIZE $50.00 FIFTH PRIZE $15.00 SEVENTH PRIZE $10.00 NINTH PRIZE $5.00 SECOND PRIZE $75.00 FOURTH PRIZE $25.00 SIXTH PRIZE $10.00 EIGHTH PRIZE $5.00 TENTH PRIZE $5.00 -GRAND TOTAL OF PRIZES $300.00 Contestant will receive 10% of Total Sales If No Prize Is Won istant professor of English lang uage and literature, Louisville Municipal college, for studies in American literature, at the Univ ersity of Chicago, dealing espec ially with the literature depiction of the Negro religious character. Margaret Just Wormley, in structor in English language and literature, Miner Teachers college Washington, for studies in Amer ican literature, at Boston Uni. Lyonel Charles Florant, New York City, for a study of the pat tern of Negro population move ments since 1930, at the University of Chicago. Reappointment. Manet Helen Fowler, New York City, for studies in social anthro pology at Columbia university. Cornelius Lacy Golightly, Det roit, for studies in philosophy, at the University of Michigan. Edmonia White Grant, princip al of the Peebles School, Nasliv.lle for studies in adult education. Harry James Green Jr., assoc iate professor of chemistry, North Carolina A. & T. college, for stud ies in chemistry at Ohio State un iversity. Henry Aaron Hill, St. Joseph, Mo., &for studies in chemistry at the Massachussetts Institute of Technology. Reappointment. John Hope 11, instructor in eco nomics, Spelman college ond At lanta university for a study of consumption habits and credit practices among low income fam ilies in the southern economy, at the University of Chicago. Re appointment. Langston Hughes, New York City, for the writing of a series cf one-act plays, each to be centered around an outstanding Negro his torical character. Lloyd Harris Hughes, instructor of social sciences, Western uni versity, Kansas, for a study of the contributions of the Negro to the life and culture of New Spain, at the University of California. Bernard Samuel Jefferson, as sociate professor of law, Hovvurd university, for studies in law, at Harvard university. Frederick Douglass Jenkins, Al exandrio, La., or studies in mathe matics at the University of Chi cago. Clifton Ralpfy Jones, Philadel phia, for a study of the social stratification within the Negro population, at the State Univers ity of Iowa. Jacob Lawrence, New York City for creative work in painting. Re appointment. Ulysses Grant Lee, Jr-, assist ant professor of English, Lincoln University, Pa., for studies in A meriean culture and the prepara tion of a volume on the anti-slav ery press at the University of Chi cago. Roscoe Edwin Lewis, associate I professor of chemistry, Hampton institute, for an historical study of the lives, reminiscences and songs related by former slaves an others who lived during the slaveholding period. Robert Earl Martin, instructor in political science. Agricultural and Technical college, Greensboro, N. C., for studies in political science, at the University of Chi cago, Reappointment. Clinton F. Oliver, New York City, for studies in American civ ilization, with special reference to the creative and philosophical ex pression of the Negro at Harvard university. Edward Nelson I’almer, New port News, Va., for studies in soc iology, especially the determinat ion and measurement of facto-s associated with unemployment u mong Negro workers at the Uni versity of Michigan. Reappoint ment. Youra Thelma Qualls assistant in the department of English, Fisk university, for studies in English language and literature, at Rat cliffe college. Reappointment. 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When foamy, add cream of tartar and continue beating until egg whites are stiff enough to hold up in peaks, but not dry. Add remaining ^4 cup sugar, 2 tablespoons at a time, beating well. Fold in egg yolk mix ture. Add vanilla. Turn into un greased 10-inch tube pan. Cut gently through batter with knife to remove air bubbles. Bake in slow oven (828° F.) 1 hour, or until done. Re inove from oven and invert pan 1 hour, or until cold. LOANS^f? We I^oan Money on Suits, Shoes Typewriters, Radios, Rifles, Trunks, Diamonds, Wrist Watch es Good Jewelry, Musical In strum«*nts, Anything Valuable. We sell unredeemable suits 4.95 & up. or anything not redeemed. BILL’S LOAN BANK 1804 N. 24th St. Phone JA. 9375 MitfttfiMliaiMMMWMhi wick, Ga ., for studies in biology at Atlanta university. Thomas Nathaniel Roberts, Soil Conservation service, U. S. Dep artment of Agriciulture, TuskegOe for studies in agricultural econom ics, at the University of Wisconsin —Reappointment. 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