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and originator of “"Wings Over Jo*
dan,’’ a Columbia Broadcasting fea
ture heard each Sunday morning
for the past sis years. In recog
nition of the broad- service of the
Press Photo Service. Inc., of Chi
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00 listeners he has instituted the
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lish weekly photographs of the
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Did Not Order Separate
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Dept, of Interior Head
Washington. D C.—M. W. Straus,
assistant secretary of the Interior
says the Department was not re
sponsible for the order requiring
Negro clerks to use separate toilet
facilities in the Geological Survey
unit located in Clarendon. Virgima,
in a communication wth the NA_l
The Geologoal Survey, an Inter
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Dac To Colds or Bronchial Irritatiai
Here's good news for the oeooie of the U. S. K
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Morainx After” interfere I
widi row work or rpoi] I
TtKir ftm. try AJka-Sdtaer. I
formerly at 24th
and Erskine St.
514 N. 16th ST.
floor in a privately owned building.
It was reported that Negro clerks
had recently been ordered to use
facilities separate from their white
» The Secretary’s inquiry disclosed
I that the owner of the building in
order to satisfy the demands of his
other tenants had established se
gregation. One of the tenants of
the building is the Arlington Coun
ty Ration Beard. It urged the
building manager to raise the col
The Department of Interior leas
es the premises by the year. Any
renewal of the lease, said Straos,
will be made with the full under
standing of the lessor that the De
partment of Interior has a policy
of non-discrimination and nonseg
regation of employees.
(BY H. W. SMITH)
T'. a RR boys are in the running
in giving good service.
Mr. George Dean all sharpened,
ap and also new teeth and Mr. Lou
ie Artison making the rounds on N.
Mr Lin wood Hail entertains some
lady friends at a northsiae busin
Omaha Club waiters with the
streamlined headwaiter and Capt.
Earl Jones are on the job at ail
Race horse head waiter and the I
quick stepping service men at the ■
^Paxton are fine on rapid service.
Do you know that one year’s sub- I
scription to the Omaha Guide gives :
you 12 months of good news?
Fcntenelle hotel waiters are up I
to the minute on seryice.
Mr. George Thomas and Mr. Hill
the two wide awake room service
men and the quick stepping wait
ers are giving out service with a
The Omaha Atheltic Club head
waiter and the two Captains are j
very much out in front_taking I
good care of the members and their '
friends. The Cocktail Lounge
crew Mr. Copeland, Mr. Gaters Mr.
Commodore and Mr. Fisher are do
ing the job up to the minute.
Mr. Jack Hall the streamlined
I church Usher and former waiter is
now with Edholm and Sherman
;the w eek
Dr. Solomon very busy with the
Community Clearing Council
holds a very fine meeting at the
Dean Pickens made a very sub
stantial address at St. Johns AME.
Sunday, June 20th a very busy j
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Other People Do.
Our Hal" Soleing Method leave*
No Repair Look on your shoes.
We Use the BEST Material.
Queens of last Week
Girls send in Your Photo!
Above is another selection of Queens picked by
our boys in service for this week. The 1st prize of
15.00 in War Savings Stamps goes to Miss Lula Pur
due (left) representing the Los Angeles. Cal. The
2nd prize winner of *3.00 in War Savings Stamps is
Miss Mtrecedes Yvonne Hardaway, (center), S532
E Per hart Avenue, Chicago. III., representing the
Chicago World and the 3rd prize of J2» in War
• Savings Stamps goes to Mjm Vashti Johnson (right)
representing the Palmetto leader newspaper at Col
ombia, S.- C. and her address in Post Office Box 33,
Carlisle. S. C. Prizes for the above Queens will be
mailed this week by the Press Photo service. Press
Photo Service Inc.)
day with different etrbs and or
ganizations in Omaha.
H. W. Smith and Attorney John
Adams Sr., have a visit on a Park
East tram car.
If. C. Price made a very early
morning visit to Dr. Peebles.
The Omaha Guide has all the
July 4th is on Sunday and every
one should attend a Church serv
ice bo fore celebrating and leaving
for summer resorts.
Mrs. Loretta Douglas of Little
Rock. Aransas makes a short visit
to Omaha to say hello to her small
George Watson and Guy Robbins
very much out in front on real es
Victory Gardens going over big.
Colored fliers help force Italians
V. S. Army probes disturbances’
in Soldiers’ camps as there is s..
much inhuman treatment to serv
AH members of our race should j
use every effort to give satisfact- I
ion and service where they are
employed and Use some of their
pay to improve their condition.
General B. O. Davis says all men
are yanks regardless of race, creed !
FLASH: We all should take an
active part in 'We Service Amer
ica Week"'—July 4th to 10th.
Ada Brown is quoted as one
of the most lovely and outstanding
characters of the movie group and
the stage. Xow let us give her a
Are you a member of the NA- i
ACP? If not, why not?
R. R. Brown, the streamlined
Urban League Secy, is on a much
Mr- Adam Lee goes fishing.
Deacon Abie Young a streamlin
ed Sunday school teacher.
Goldie Davis gets a week end
Felix Metoyer on a long run.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith and
L V. Cray at Clair Chapel at the i
Missouri River "»ar fit. d stage 1
near Nebraska City, and Kansas
Rep. Wilson of Ind.. would like
to know when win the war end:
L~e 'Washington an outstanding
business man and on the job at an
■James Bell and his grandson,
take fresh air early Saturday mom- 1
for Pooular Brands
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Est. 1935. Membership only
$1.00. Soldiers, men. women.
A dime brings info.
P. O. Box 602. Los Angeles.
The contestants must be Unmarried and between the ages of IS (
and 35. It is not required that they be outstanding in any particular
type or coldr.
The contestants most send a photograph complying tc the follow
The minimum size is 3^x6 inches.
The maximum size is 8x10 inches.
They must be in good shape, clear, glossy, sharp prints and
black. Brown tints and painted ones are not acceptable.
Photographs must be accompanied by an entry form which will ;
have been fined oat and clipped from this official contest publication.
THE OMAHA GUIDE, which is participating in the contest.
The Photos are to be mailed to Press Photo Service, Inc.. B201
South Park Ave., Chicago, Illinois.
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These photographs will be hand picked by a committee of service
men weekly. Upon their judgement will rest the selection of the three
winners. The decision of the judges will be final.
The newspapers from which the winning Queens detach their en- i
try blanks win be notified immediately and the awards will be sent to ’
the publications to be forwarded to the winners. “Our Boys in Service '
winners photographs will appear in THE OMAHA GUIDE weekly.
Our Boys in Service
Photo Queen Contest
Contest began Saturday, May 22, 1943 and ends
Saturday, July 24, 1943.
Prizes: 1st, $5.00; 2nd, $3.00; 3rd, $2.00
Ail prizes will be paid in War Savings Stamps by
PRESS PHOTO SERVICE, Inc . CHICAGO
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Name of this Newspaper__
Clip, paste on back of photograph and mail same to
0UB BOYS IN SERVICE PHOTO QUEEN CONTEST EDITOR.
• Press Photo Service, Inc , 6201 South Park Ave., Chicage
Frank Stewart the ex-city fire
man. has a beautiful victory gar
Bud Green an expert pool shark:
James Griffin a streamlined pri
vate car man.
"We should all trade at the North
side Union Outfitting Co., and the
9 Center and also give the north
side business men a good break, as
we are always helping ourselves j
when we help others and good
spokes make the wheel turn faster
*'’!•» Carter Chr 'it;, flub serv
er •• ’ <iy fine tu.-y dinner on
t nrtay. jrme 20th the Has. cie
H o i -lit: and Bi u- » St. It trus -.
; i-i, success
The Rally at Clair Chapel on
Sunday June 20th went over the
The Elks Parade for their an
nua Isermon was up to the minute
• -..give them a glad hand.
We extend sympathy to our good
friend Hr. Roy Newland in the lost
jf his father.
Dean William Picens made a real
streamlined speech at St. John's
AME. Church Sunday afternoon.
The day we celebrate through
the mercy of our dear heaveniv !
Father. We are permitted to j
breathe of life and go back oni j
? rth on the good land that our fore
fathers fought and died for that
we could live on the soil that lays
o’er their brows and always to
•ep in mind to do honor to cJd
Glory that waves the very fine
stars and stripes and let us hope
and pray for it to wave for an tim
es and we all should let a serious
thought dwell in oUr mind as it is
a very grand privilege and lovely
future thought to know that in the
good old USA. we are at peace.
We very often wonder how :t is
with all of the knowledge, educa
tion. careful training instructions,
that the human beings are ble«- i
with and with an of that_dissat
MEDICAL REPORT “DOUBTS”
RAPE STORY LAUNCHING
(Continued from page 1)
Destruction included the burning j
of at least 200 Negro houses and
isfaction develops and some nat
ions are fighting, destroying: What
it has taken centuries to build up.
The dfcod Book tells us that our
time is very short on this rapidly
going ship of earth and we should
at all times tae precautions to ad
just oUr misunderstandings without
resorting to fire arms as all of oar
mothers did not raise their sons to
shoot some other mother's darling
boy. As God gives us men and
women to improve conditions.
develop good business, .beautify
th3 earth....be friendly to one an
all precautions to eliminate dis
agreements and at all times ex
tend the right hand of fellowship
of the Fatherhood of man and at
all angles._lend a helping hand
where it is needed: If ever we
meet a poor fellow who tries to
battle the world and its frowns.. .
just lend him a hand and pray do
not try to help crush him down,
for one cup of cold water in charity
given is remmebered with joy in
We very often read of the in
human treatment that some of our
people are given and we hope and
pray that time will do away with
all of those features. And now let
Us all as loyal American citizens,
try in every way, to let every 4th
of July find everyone, using every
effort to become ever watchful to
be of good service to God. Our
Country and to Ourselves and as
one writer has said ‘‘Try and read
bet we--n the lines, as very often
the second reading and thought
gives us a broader view and a
more thorough understanding.”
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In 'Coney Island,” 28th. Century
Fox’ Technicolor production based
on New York’s celebrated seaside
resort at the turn of the centu’f
Betty Grable dons sepia makeup
and brunette wig for a song and
dance number titled ‘’Louisville
Lulu’’. If you thought before that
Betty was cute, wait till you see
her in this. There's something a
bout the makeup that adds provo
cative new sparkle to the Grable
George Montgomery and Cesar
Romero co-star: Phil Silvers and
Charles Winninger are in the .sup
establishments, the wrecking of a
beer parlor and the burning of Ne
This took place soon after word
got around that the white woman !
had been attaocked. There seemed
to be no organized mob. but ir
stead many groups of rioters who
swarmed into the Negro section.
Fires were set homes were wreck
ed. Many cars of white persons
were seen going through ihe
streets wit hradios, clocks and oth
er articles that had apparently
been stolen from these stores and
White men chased a group of
Negro youths from a bus station
where they were awaiting trans
portation to an army induction cen
teh The white men were arrested
and the Negroes escorted safety
Fearlessness of Sheriff Bill Ric
hardson broke up one crowd of 100
that appeared at the 14 story court.
house to get the mythical assailant ,
of the womaon. Coming to the
door with a submachine gun in the
crook of his arm. he told the mob
he was "damned tired of all this"
and ordered the men to “go back to
building ships as you should he '
C ORPS W ORKERS URGE TO
GET HELMETS AM) MASKS
All members of the Omaha Civ
| ilian Defense Corps to whom hel
mets and gas masks are issued ar«
i urged to secure them as goon as
Approximatefy half of the hel
mets and several hundred of the
limited supply of gas masks furn
H ished the Omaha Civilian Defense
(Corps have been distributed, RoaJ
\ Carisen. executive officer of the
! Civilian Defense Council, reported
“I would urge members of the
various units to whom this equip
j meat is issued to get their helmets
and gas masks at once,’' Carisen
said. “They should have them on
hand ready for use in the next O
maha air raid test which is ex
pected to be held late in July.”
BLOOD DONORS RECEIVE
Certificates are being issued by
the Omaha Civilian defense Coun
cil to 750 Omahans. registered with
the OCD as blood donors, who have
contributed 450 c.c. (approximately
one pint) of blood to the blind banks
in Omaha hospitals since blind don
or registration was started by the
OCD emergency medical division in
Other blood donors will receive
the certificates as they are called
to contribute blood and their dona
tions are reported to the OCD vol
unteer office, 622 World-Herald
First blood donor to register
with the OCD was Miner S. Pad
dock, 2551 Ida Street, who received
Certificate No. 1. Frank Clark,'
3002 Dewey Avenue. Martin-Nebr
aska Bomber plant employe, was
second to register, and Robert K.
Adams, attorney, 201 North Forty
eighth street, was third. All thro*,
donated blood April 29, 1942, to the
bank at Clarkson hospital which
was established in February, 19-12.
when ten members of Woodmen of
the World Camp No. 16 gave the
first blood donations.
Paddock, Clark and Adams receiv
ed their certificates personally
from J. E. Davidson .director of
Civilian defense, last Tuesday morn
Since OCD blood donor registrat
ion was started, several thousand
Omahans have registered as volun
teer donors to be called when need
ed to maintain the blood banks at
St. Joseph's Clarkson. St. Cather
ine's and University of Nebraska
hospitals. Many lives have been
saved by liquid blood plasma trans
fusions supplied from these banks.
There is now about 1,000 units
of blood plasma on hand in these
Omaha blood banks, Dr. C. M. Wil
doingf’ ' When somebody shouted
an insult, Richardson invited him
and all the others to step up and
he’d take them all on one at a
Several hundred mobsters were
arrested and the cases of most are
still awaiting action.
The two fatalities were Ellis
Cleveland Brown, white, said to'
have been slugged by three Negro
es who attacked him on the street,
and John Johnson, who said a
group of white men fired on him
as he was entering a car at the ice
plant where he was employed.
■ tap dancing! CAB CAUOWAY and Hi* Torrid
Band! These great Pan head the lineup of
headliners » STORMY WEATHER.
a grand and glorious musical hit fhot aiso
boasts Katherine Dunham and her troupe.
Fats Waller, Nicholas Brothers, Ada
Brown and Dooley Wilson!
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“The Youngest Profession” comes into
its own—as the subject of
comes into her
own as the gay,
young girl who'd
s absolutely any
of some famous
Wait till you stt
that girl “do"!
m ARE THE &VE5T STARS
Nice company for anybody!
AH of them appear in reailv engaging
scenes—each one adding an extra fillip
to an already effervescent production.
♦ * ★ ★
Virginia Weidler's fan dub is made up
of a precocious group devoted to getting
the stars’ autographs, no matter what!
Edward Arnold, as the father of this
prodigy, finds himself surrounded with
a pretty set of problems!
it it it it
John Carroll and Jean Porter are
featured in rollicking roles, too.
You’ll get a lift out of “The Youngest
Profession.” It has buoyancy!
j M-G-M has given this delightful
! comedy a first-rate production!
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