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The RR boys are on the up and
go at all times on tine service.
Mr. Roy McAlister, Mr. Richard
McCain, Mr. Luther Johnson, Mr.
Rodney Williams, Mr. Harry Swain
Mr. Felix Metoyer, Mr. Buster Phil
j ips, Mr. Louie Artison and all the
boys are very much in front..
Musician headwaiter at the door
of the dreamland hall at all dances.
Race horse headwaiter will send
a card from XT. on his vacation.
Brother John Evans at the Rome
Omaha Club waiters and Captain
Earl Jones giving service with a
Capt. Redd of the Fontenelle ho
tel attended morning services at
Clair Chapel Sunday- morning.
Brother Leonard Owens enjoying
his vacation in Missouri.
Frank Hughes front man at the
Highland Club rooms.
Brother Tom Phillips very much
improved and on the job.
Gip Gordon looks the same as
he did 25 years ago.
Subscribe for the Omaha Guide
and help keep the paper out in
Bishop M. W. Clair died in Wash
ington, DC. He was one of the
outstanding members of our race.
MP's and Colored Soldiers clash
in a northwest town in England.
One officer and five enlisted men
Republicans Solons out on race
baiting to win Southern democrat
16 year old boy is sent to prism
in Tenn. for stabbing a white sail
or on May 11th on a bus.
Emperor Haile Selassie wants
his troops in final attack on Italy.
Anti poll tax bill postponed by
Senate judiciary sub committee
Indiana university school of med
icine admits first two colored girls.
Midsummer session of Council of
Bishops of the AME. church closed
sinoT 'as ui
! Queens of last Week
Girls send in Your Photo!
“Our Bovs in Service Photo
Queen Contest’’ has attracted the
attention of men and women in the
armed services of the US., both on
the fighting and home fronts. 1st
prize winner this week is Clemcn
teen Rivers. 5 E. 34th St.. Chicago
111., representing the Chicago Bee
(Chicago, 111.) 2nd prize winner is
Dorothy Smiley, 1376 E. 109th St.,
(Los Angelas. Cal.) The 3rd prize
winner is Rosella Tankersley, 221
-Vorth Gary St., Oklahoma City,
Okla., representing the Black Dis
patch (Oklahoma City, Okla.) The
value of the prizes are 1st prize $5
-‘ad prize $3, and 3rd prize $2. All
prizes will be paid in War Savings
Stamps by the Press Photo Service
6201 South Park Ave., Chicago, 111.
(Press Photo Service, Inc.)
Southern states taking steps to
prevent race riots.
Congressman D'o-; criticized
for not making a r-\jjo:; oj race
troubl; in the senen.
Deacon Abie Young an expeit on
repairing fishing reels.
Chief Mail clerk Adam Lee an
expert farmer. Rifle shot and a
R-ad the Omaha Guide and get
first hand news all the time.
In the three day week end viol
ent from all causes reached 72.
Traffic accidents 35. drowning 1C,
other causes 21.
Omaha Athletic Club has Four
streamlined elevator operators. —
Miss Cleo Mills, Tereasa Carter,
Margaret Gray. Juanita Smith.
Ralph Title. 20 of Omaha drowns
Million of XT. citizens will by iv
quested to pledge. themselves to
shun race hatred and mob violence
by Mayor LaGuardia.
Are you a member of the NAA
CP? Take out a membership!
Triple ship launching at Tampa,
Florida by McCloskey ship yards—
invites all triplets in the state to
Prof. Franklin Frazier of How
ard University emphasizes on the
four freedoms has made Negroes
more conscious of race discrimin
Five hundred thousand men have
been trained in the army air force
A Maryland farmer found a
black snake in one of his tobacco
Everyone should take out some
shares in the Credit union.
The following persons attended
morning services at Clair Chapel,
Rev. Reynolds and wife, Sedalia.
Mo., Mrs. Hattie Roberson ar.d
Miss Clementine Roberson of In
END JULY 29th
More than 2,000 women have attended the
twice-weekly tree home canning classes
conducted by the Home Service Department
of the Utilities District during the past three
months. Canning schools are being held
each Tuesday and Thursday at 1:30 pan.
at the Utilities Building, 18th and Harney
streets. Mrs. Alta B. Weymuller, Home Serv
ice Director of the Utilities District, is in
charge of the instructions, which will be
continued during July. Last class will be
held Thursday, July 29. Be sure to attend
at least one session before the series doses*
The contestants must be unmarried and between the ages of 15
and 35. It is not required that they be outstanding in any particular
type or color.
The contestants must send a photograph complying to 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 filled out 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., 0201
South Park Ave., Chicago, Illinois.
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- !
try blanks will be notified immediately and the» awards will be sent to I
the publications to be forwarded to the winners. “Our Boys in Service” I
winners photographs will appear in THE OMAHA GUIDE weeklv.
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
All prizes will be paid in War Savings Stamps bv
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dianapolis. Ind., Mr. David Young
seaman first class, XAO, Hastings.
Mt. Moriah Baptist Church was
the scene of a very beautiful open
ing with three lovely services Sun
day July 4th. The good pastor
Rev. David Sinclair and the offic
ers of the church should be com
plimented for using such good ef
forts to complete a fine house of
worship. Lei’s all give them a
hand and help in the finish.
MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. D. St Clair, Pastor
“The Lord is in His holy t%mpie
let all the earth keep silence be
Hallelujah! It is done. Prompt
ly at 1030 a.m. Sunday. July 4<h,
the Pastor, the official board, the
deaconesses, the choir, ushers and
usherettes, and the members and
friends in an orderly procession,
marched up to the beautiful new
auditorium an event that has long
been looked forward to.
Morning worship services were
At 3 o’clock the Zion Baptist
Pastor, choir, usher board and the
congregation, were in charge of
the dedicatory services .
Rev. J. P, Mosely was Master of
Rev. F. C. Williams delivered the
message which was timely, spirit
filled and bearing much food for
Rev John Adams of St. John A.
ME church represented the com
munity. Rev. Story the minister
Tel. WE. 2022
Considerate, Dependable, Dig
nified Service. It is for the
family to decide what the funeral
cost shall be.
| FUNERAL HOME
! 2020 LAKE ST. Omaha, Nebr.
ial Alliance, Rev. C. Q, Hickerson,
the New Era Nebraska State Ass
ociation. Mrs. L. Gary the Wom
en's Federation. They presented
the church with a purse which will
be used toward the purchase of an
Deacon J. L. Betts represented
Truly it was a great day for us
all and many visitors made their
way to this new house of the Lord.
To all who have helped to make
this never to be forgotten event a
reality, we extend our deepest ap
preciation and thanks.
To our Pastor and his faithful
companion, whose vision and untir
ing efforts has led us out of the
wilderness into the beauties of
Caanan ,we can never express our
gratitude. Words ($in liever ex
press our appreciation.
Everybody is welcome to come
and worship the Lord in the beauty
j of Holiness with us.
SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH
The Salem Baptist Church is re
porting continued progress, havin;
sent five (5) messengers to the Na
tional SS. and BTU. Congress held
at Cincinnati, Ohio June 21-27 t*
follows Mrs. F. L. Wesley " .
Supt., Miss Udoxie. pianist. Mr
Jewell Ware BYPU., President,
Mrs. L. Harris, BAU. President.
Mr. Wm. Cooper BTU Director
General, who reports a very plear
an trip and a great session.
Services were saddened Sunday
over the death of Mrs. Anita Young
a very pleasant personality, loved
by all who knew her. A native of i
Oklahoma where she received her
education, she was of the few best
prepared teachers in the city.
You are cordially invited to wor
ship with Salem anytime. The CT
U. invites you to be present Sun
day, July 11 for Congress Echoes.
The Triangle Club of the Mt Cal
vary Church meets every Tuesday
night at 2515 1-2 Grant St.
Mrs. Willie Williams, Pres., Miss
Wanda Jones, Secy.
THE OMAHA GUIDE 18 YOUR
PAPER— READ IT WEEKLY.
PROVIDENT HOSPITAL NURSES
The Provident Hospital School of
Nursing held its fifty-second grad
uation at Provident Hospital in
Chicago on Wednesday evening,
June 30. A colorful ceremony was
given by officials and twelve charm
(BY JULIUS E. HILL)
(Post Publicity Officer)
The meeting Thursday evening
a week ago will long be remmeber
ed as the most orderly and congen
ial one in the history of Roose
velt Post. In spite of it being giv
en over completely to the business
of electing a commander and other
MEN IN UNIFORM
(By MYRTLE M. GOODLOW)
A Soldier has pledged his life
To his country,
And regardless of color or nation
Should be treated humanly.
It is unjust and so unfair
That our men who now wear
The uniform of our country
And fighting in the name of
For justice and liberty
Should be the victims of dis
crimination and brutality.
"Why should such a small thing
As color of their skin,
Cause them to be treated worse
than any other American ?
And when America fails to pro
And continues to deny them
Beneath the Stars and Stripes
How can she call them to the
And ask them to fight and die
To preserve all that is Amer
And the pjrineiples she continues
Yet so far has failed to keep.
When she refuses to grant them
To the Loyal Negro American!
Who is now called to fight
To help keep freedoms torch
America is being weighed in the
Of justice and right!
And found wanting in God’s most
For America will never be
The land of liberty in reality—
Till segregation, discrimination,
and jim crow,
Becomes past history of the
Loyal American Negro.
Our fighting men. the black as
well as the white.
Will all be feeling alike,
When they return from the
deserts, jungles and dug-outs.
They will not be cast aside or
For they know full well.
The meaning of justice an!
Having gone through death ini
And when they return,
America will quickly learn—
They not only have ideas of their
But also—that they do not stand
But have the support of count
tvho learned on the four corners
ou the earth.
That all men are brothers
Regardless of color, creed or
They will not forgef that racial
Led the world into a sorry sta^e
Xor will they forget the debt—
The world owes to the men who
And with their life’s blood bought
Justice and liberty for all hum
Thanks to our fighting men
Of every race and creed,
Fighting somewhere upon a
Paying the purchase price—
For justice and equal rights.
And when they come home to
America must not fail to pay her
(officers for the next year, not once
was there the slightest show of
, temper of a lack of comradeship
among the legionnaires present.
Yes, it is possible for our race to
do things in a dignified way as
well as the more so-called enlight
The way the new members of
the post are trying to do their
part is very gratifying Most of
them are veterans from World
War Number 2 and seem proud
that they are allowed to take such
an active part and are being treat
ed by the older members as though
they were comrades from the first
Among the new members are
■any who possess executive abil
ity. And if it were not for the ;
tfine group of executives now serv
ing the post, it would be regrett
able that these young men must be
a post member one year before
they can hold such an office.
With the Eighth District Conven
tion here this Fall, it behooves ev
every member of the Post to as
► in event wav to help make it
a success. There are numerous
ways in which e«c h can help wh *
ttei he is a me-nber of some com
mittee or not. So any informat
ion as to whepi -ooffw can be Se
cured for visiting legionnaires and
other information that will contri
bute to their comfort and welfar-3
while with us should be reported to
some executive of the post if the
chairman of the committee to
whom the information would be
■helpful, or his co-workers are not
LAUNDRY WORKERS ESSENT
Washington, July G (AXP( Laun
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war effort and therefore eligible to
the same preferential treatment
now accorded other essential war
industries under stabilizaton plans
now in operation.
The War Manpower commission
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regional directors with instructions
to classify laundries as "locally
needed." The new treatment ex
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