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VTHES Headache. Mae
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N euralxio. Distress after
Meals, Gas on Stomach, or
"Momiar After” interfere
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ytmr fan, try Alka-Sehaer.
formerly at 24th
and Erskine St.
514 N. 16th ST.
fBY H. W. SMITH)
We have some new waiters in
Omaha and we welcome them to
our midst. But not to knock down
what the old school has built up—
as we do not work 2 days and lay
off 4. We should always keep in
mind the very' fine club members
and guest have always given the
employees the very best of respect
.nd we shall always do our very
Dest to build on a solid foundation
-or the future to ccme.
One of the leading hotels of tne
city gave a surprise to the extra
waiters—paid a fair price for party
Race Horse headwaiter and his
crew very much in fornt these hot
White Horse Inn and eR&is ho
tel waiters going good.
RR boys very much on the yob
j on good service.
Cottonwood room at the BJack
stone Hotel over the top.
Waiters at the Hill hotel find
it very cool in the Cave.
Rom-- hotel to have recreation
room for Service men.
The Credit Union would like for
everyone to take out some shares
4 C Club will have a meeting in
the early fall.
Do you read the Omaha Guidr.—
If not, why not?
V ce President Wallace works in
his Victory Garden.
Margaret Brown on 24th 3t. with
some very beautiful girl friends.
Musician headwaiter and the
| star comet player Mr. Daniels
nave a visit on 24th and Grant St.
George Jackson and this writer
on 24th and Lake St.
R. C. Price the streamlined bar
oer on the job and his many good
friends are all smiles.
Perry Taylor the rapid fire bar
ber and Sunday school teacher,
very much improved and has an
overflow of customers.
Bob Harris and Colonel Edw.
Fletcher have all the arrangements
made for the Masonic Grand lodge.
Henry Smith ktoikng good and
saying he don't mind tbe hot slays
as we have cool nights.
Mrs L. V. Gray enjoying a very
pleasant vacation with her lovely
I daughter and husband and two
* beautiful grand children in Sr.
Read the Omaha Guide and keep
contented during the summer.
M ss Elsie Jones the beautiful
and charming school teacher of
Dallas. Texas has been enjoying
the hot sunshine and the cool
nights of Omaha for three weeks.
Ana she is well pleased as she al
ways has a smile.
Georg; Syvester Verick found
: guilty .
Progerman in Washington. DC.
John A. McClenon of Enunclav
Washington steps from auto wreck
and touches a live wire—killed in
Tel. WE. 2022 j
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i nif ied Service. It is for the
'' family to decide what the funeral
!; cost shall be.
; 2020 LAKE ST. Omaha, Nebr.
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Queens of last Week
Mo. State legislature adjourns
after a 169 day session.
Navy bus crashes into a tree
near Kempsville, Va. One killed
and 28 injured.
Are you a member of the XA
Mr. James Roberson. Mr. Thomas
E_ Hayes and H_ W. Smith trade*1
at a northside business house on
Saturday July 18th.
Cornelius Bennett hac a very
serious sprained leg.
Five colored army officers are
studying at Yale.
State Supreme Court of Tennes
see voids poll tax bill.
Stevedores in St. Louis and Mem
phis on a strike.
The national Lawyers Guild ap
pealed to President Roosevelt for
respect for all service men.
Are you going to attend the mass
meeting of the XAACP at Zion
Baptist Church Sunday afternoon
I i HMmm wn i kmhbbi J
VISITS RELATIVES HERE
Mrs. Julia Smith of Middleton
Ohio, visiting her brother ,T. L.
Taylor and sons. Joseph Haynes
and Adams Haynes also with her
is her youngest daughter, Miss
DirtresS Haynes. Adams Haynes
is in North Africa holding the
rank of sergeant.
They are stopping with her son
and daughter in law Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Haynes at 2226 Franklin
CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOO
1906 North 24th St,
Rev. S. K. Nichols, Pastor
Rose Oliver, Reporter
Sundays chool ... 9:45 an:.
Morning Service .._11:30 am.
YPPU... 6 pm.
Evening Service-..7:30 pm
Wednesday night Service 7:30 pm
Friday night Womet’s Work ..
-- --—.. ..8:00 Pm
Sunday throughout the day was
grand. The pastor preached a
soul stirring esrmon both morning
and night, and did our hearts burn
The subject for next Sunday July
25th will be morning—“I am the
door by Me if any man enter
in ha shall be saved.” Night —
"M ill God answer a sinner's pray
er.” The public in cordially in\ it
ed to attend these services.
REPORT OF THE UNITED
USHERS OF NEBRASKA
The United Ushers met at the
home of Airs. Bell, 2430 Lake St..
Sunday evening at 3:30 p. m. Tin
meeting was called to order by the
President Mr. Bud Green presid
ing. Song and scripture was r. ad
by Air. E. Hubbard. Business of
importance was discussed. Air
Jack Hall, acting secretary. Airs.
Henderson was absent due to ill
ness. It is of interest for you to
know that the United Ushers of
the State of Nebraska is no longer
affiliated with the International
Association of Ushers for the dur
ation. We have decided to con
solidate all of the local Usher
Boards that will become a member
of our Union, into the United Ush
ers of the State of Nebraska.
There has been a committee ap
pointed that will contact all of the
j I -=her boards of the various church
-es that are not already a rncmb r
of our Lnion. There have oeea
rumors of the United Ushers, not
in existence any longer. This is
not SO. We are now getting ready
to do even gerater work then here
befor;-. Imight also add for your
information that all Usher boards
that can become a member of the
United Ushers have a representa
Uve persent at our next meeting
j wh ch will be on the second Sun
j day in next month for further in
| formation call Mr. J, M. Powell
Mr_ Bud Green. President. Mrs
Bell. Treasurer. Mrs. Henderson
Secretary, Mr. James Powell, lit
porter WE. 2742.
FIRST MISSION OF THE GOD
Prophet Hess. Officiator,
Ora Robinson, Reporter
The First Mission of the God
Sent Light feasted on the word of
God during the past week. Serv
ices were well attended and were
very uplifting to a child of God.
Our pastor prached another soul
-tirring sermon Sunday evening.
Subject "The Word”. Everyone
present expressed their gratitude
to God for being able to hear the
gracious word of God as they
came from the Prophet o fthe Lord.
Tou are always welcome to First
Miss'on of the God Sent Light ser
vice** Tuesday, Thursday and Sun
ady at 8:30 pm. Readings daily,
I JA-t 2734 Blondo St.
SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH
Poth Services were good at Sal
em Sunday. The 11 am. message
ieliv. red by Rev. Fort, subject.—
Walking to Heaven with God-”
The 8 pm. service consisted of
song service by the Senior Choir.
The Church is undergoing a change
on the inside in the form of inter
ior decorating of all woodwork and
all pews in a very snappy brown,
done by one of our race and when
w? say The O’Neill Brothers you
know it must be a good job.
All departments are progressing
nicely. The BTU is sponsoring a
special BTU. study counsel Hatt
ing Friday 8 pm July 23rd. -»ii
BTU. workers in the city are urg
ed to attend an approved course
by the National BYPU. Board with
cvredits will be given. You are
invited to worship with Salem
Sunday night July 25th. Mrs. Doz
ier the Gospel Singer will render
the service in song—when you
want to feet the Spirit Come to '
SALEM. 28th at Decatur St.
i) SERVICEMEN'S WINNER OF
Wanda Jean Reavely, 6203 South
Park Avenue, representing the
Chicago World wins prize of Out
Boys in Serivce Photo Queen Con
test this week. Lula Mae Carter
745 E. 18th Street, Oklahoma City
is 2nd prize winner. She repres
ents The Black Dispatch Newspa
per of that city. The 3rd prize
goes to Lessie Mae Davis, 933 Hal
brook Street, Detroit, Michigan,
representing the Detroit Tribune.
The prizes are Savings Stamps by
the Press Photo Service, Inc.,
6201 South Park Avenue. Chicago.
VIT. MORIAH BAPTIST
Rev. David St. Clair. Pastor
"The Heavens declare the glory
of God and the firmament sheweth
His handy work.” Psalms 19:1.
Sunday July 25 being the fourth
Sunday all departments and clubs
of the church will make their re
Sermons by the pastor at both
the morning and evening worship
period. Everybody is cordially -n
vited to worship with Us.
COUPLE WED IN
A military wedding took place
last Saturday morning with potted
palms, a guard of honor and a dec
orated cake arranged by the USD.
The bride. Miss Gladys Brown,
arrived early Saturday from Jack
son, Miss., and was married to Pfc
Milton Leslie of Fort Crook.
The ceremony was performed by
rhe Rev. E_ F. Ridley at St. Johns
AME. Church of which he is pas
A reception was eld at the Rev.
Mr. Brown's parsonage and the
CSO Center at 2717 Xorth 24th St.
for the couple.
Hollywood in Bronze
by Rl'BY BERKLEY GOODWIN
Private Joseph A. Bowman, 23,
of 6219 Vernon Avenue. Chicago,
was drowned accidentally while
swimming in Keawanis Lake. Chey
-enne. Wyoming July 11. His :
body was shipped here Friday to |
his mother. Mrs. Mamie Bowman
for burial. The victim was sta
tioned at Fort Warren Camp at the
above Wyoming City.
WAC HEAD ASKED WHY
TRAINED NEGRO UNITS
REMAIN AT I)ES MOINES
Sew York. XY_..Colonel Oveta
Culp Hobby was asked this w^k
by the NAACP to verify reports i f
discrimination against Negro WAf
A telegram from the Chicago
NAACP htating that all Negro re
cruiting officers in the WAC have
been relieved from all recruiting
duties in the United States and
ordered back to camp was refeiT
ed to Colonel Hobby This is not
true of white WAC officers who
The complaint from the Chicago
NAACP stated that though many
of the Negro perosnnel at Des
Moines completed all required
training weeks ago they are kept
at Desiloines doing almost noth
ing. On the other hand, the Chi
go branch charges, the whiM
personnel is sent out immediately
uphn Completion of training. It
was pointed cut that the situation,
f it exists, is destructive to the
morale of Negro WACs and w:"
breed confusion and discontent.
Hollywood. Calif.. (CNS) CROSS
ROADS: Probably more interesting
than any one star’s bid to fame is
the intricate pattern woven when
the paths of the stars cross other.'
Hattie McDaniel is being sought
for a big featured part in the Dav
ie^ O. Selznick production "Since
:iYu Went Away” which will star
Shirley Temple. Hattie first play
ed with Shirley when the child star
wos at the height of er career. At
that time Hattie was a rising Hob
iywood comedienne and Shirley was
the most pampered child on 20tB
Century-Fox lot. Then Hattie was
-■ast by David Selznick in “Gone
with the Wind" and made histor>
ay being the first and only Negro
to win an Academy Award as the
best supporting actress of that
year. The three together again
should make a new and important
film history. The story is a mod
ern played against a background of
JUBILEE: Celebrating half a
year of the famous “Jubilee” ali
coloted radio show transcribed for
men in serivce overseas, an out
standing group of artists recorded
a special one hour show last week
at CBS in Hollywood. The show
featured a battle of bands that
would have delighted the heart of
any hep cat when iJmmie Lunce
ford and Count Basie and their
boys squared off for a solid jam
and jive session. Other stars on
the show included Bill Robinson.
Ada Brown, the Delta Rhythm
Boys, Butterfly McQueen. Barnev
Biggard, Dolores Williams and
Rose Murphy. Ernest Whitman
has the permanent spot as M.C.
for Jubilee. The program that
would have hung up an SRO sign
at the Shrine Auditorium was ouly
heard by 340 persons, a Hollywood
radio studio audience of service
men. In transcription form it will
reach all the armed forces over
BROADWAY RHYTHM: The
press that has raved over Lena
Horne's beauty in 'Panama Hat
tie”. “Cabin in the Sky” and
‘Stormy Weather” will probably gc
beserk trying to find adjectives
for our Number One Glamour Girl
in Metro-Goldwyn Mayer’s new
musical ‘Broadway Rhythm” starr
ing Ginny Sims, Irene, who designs
the gowns for Joan Crawford.
Greer Garson. Norma Shearer and
the other Metro stars will design
Miss Horne's Costumes. Lena Sings
three numbers in the picture, your
old Gershwin favorite, ‘Somebody
Lores Me’ and two new numbers.
“‘Brazilian Boogie Woogie’’ writ
ten especially for her by Ralpn
Bla:ne and Hugh Marlin, and e
cute little ditty called Tater rater
Tea Time.” Rochester will give
out in his sand paper voice doing
Solid Potato Salad” Archie Sav
age and Johnnie Walker are lead
ing a large group >yi dancers in the
Brazilian Boogie Woogie number.
“BATAAN”: If you can sit
through ‘Bataan’’ unmoved, then
there is something definitely
wrong with you. Particularly like
the skillful way the director handl
ed the merging of a rr. .tiey group
of thirteen men, all strangers to
each other, into a super-) fighting
unit. Kenneth Spencer gave to
the role of the ordinary Negro sol
dier a dignity befitting an office"
He also gave W. C. Handy's “St.
Louis Blues” a grand plug by hum
ming it throughout the picture.
Robert Taylor, w-ho joined our forc
eh recently, left his fans an un
forgettable memo, Thomas Mitch
ell, Lloyd Nolan, George Murphy,
Desi Arnez. each one of them were
excellent. I wouldn’t recommend
“Bataan” for entertainment, but if
you’re mad at the ration board for
cutting you “C” book to a “B” you
might sit through “Bataan” to find !
out just how lucky you are friend. ;
“CRASH DIVE”: The Twentieth !
Century-Fox picture gives us Ty
rone Power as we like him. This
picture has enough action to suit
the most ambitious and is beauti
fully filmed in Technicolor. Ben.
Carter had a splendid role but in
sisted upon remaining “Shadrack”
until the Commando raid, then he
turned in a nice piece of work.
NURSES AIDES RECEIVE
ARM BANDS, HELMETS
Arm bands, identification cards
and helmets have been issued to ?7
volunteer nurses aides of the Om
aha Civilian Defense Council wbo
have completed 80 hours of train
ing and have pledged a minimum
of 150 hours’ service a year ior
four years. J. E. Davidson, execut
ive director, announced.
Although previously registered
w'th the council and working in
close cooperation with it, the nurs- )
es' aides recently became a unit of ;
the civilian defense organization j
As a corps of the medical service, j
they are working under the direc
tion of Dr. C. M, Wilhemj and Dr.
A. S_ Pinto, co-chairmen of that
To date. 74S, OCD medical cori.s
members have been enrolled, mak
i ing the unit second only in si/.e to
; the air raid warden unit of 3,300
members. Included In the medic- tl
j unit are 90 doctors. 123 reg stored
nurses and 300 stretcher beard's.
Members who leave now quali
fied as nurses aides are: Mesdames
Gordon Britton, E. K. Corrigan.
■Wilbur Cox, John Farber, Ethel
iFnlay, Dan Gross, Arthur Knut
son, Francis McKenna. John SCo
M-G-M’s merriest, maddest musical of
all is coming your way soon!
★ ★ ★ ★
^Vith romping Red Skelton, dazzling
red-headed Lucille Ball and Gene Kelly
heading up a scintillating cast!
The name of this showiest of shows is
*T>u Barry Was A
'tM . . A
Kote the emphasis
Ip the teas! d
★ ★ ★ * J
ft gives you an idea
•f the goings-on
that make this a
★ ★ ★ *
On the beauty-side,
there's such a bevy
feminine dazzle and
were attracted to Hollywood to paint
their conceptions of the composite
★ ★ ★ ★
On the musical-side, there’s
i Tommy Dorsey and his
«Orchestra. Including that
■ red hot trumpet, of course!
X X X X
With witty tunes to give
Ihe production musical gaiety.
"Do I Loot You," “Ft tends tap," "Madam, I
Like Your Crepes SuieUes." "Du Barry W as A
Lady," "Salome," "I Lore An Esquire GtrL"
★ ★ ★ ★
You get all this and Technicolor, tool
★ ★ ★ ★
You might call “Du Barry Was A Lady” !
a mad dream in Technicolor.
★ ★ ★ ★
But Leo says you won’t want to wake up.
Let me dream.
f.S. Keep wake
ful about America.
Keep buying War ,
loads and Stamps.
j 35c UNTIL 6PM SECOND FEATURE
* “GOOD MORNING JUDGE”
, S WITH DENNIS O’KEEFE
/ A grand and glorious musical merry- ]!
go-round! That’s CONEY ISLAND, t
the lavish, luscious Technicolor treat
starring BETTY GRABLE, GEORGE
MONTGOMERY and CESAR ROMERO! '
* * * f
What stars! What tunes! Whot fun! in
STORMY WEATHER, the musicalulu
that brings you LENA HORNE, BILL
ROBINSON. CAB CALLOWAY and His
Band,Katherine Dunham and HerTroupe, a
Fats Waller, Nicholas Brothers, Ada
Brown and Dooley Wilson!
field Paul Selby, Alfred Vlcek and
Misses Mildred Berkowitz. Betty
Brown, Gweneth Carson, Marian
Crane, Phyllis Croft. Euia PpMer,
Maxine Lombardo. Katherine Ly
nam, Ellen Miuoiie Prances Xan,
ise, Eva Osborne, Margaret Ryan,
Eva Spicknail, Myrtle Sundeil, Dor
is Templeton and Marian Mainberg.
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“IT PATS TO LOOK WELL"
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Gaining Great Favor With Women! »
Many doctors urge the regular use
of douches for women who want to
be refreshingly clean — for women
troubled by offending odor, itching
Some product? may be harmful
germicides which burn, harden and
damage sensitive tissues. But NOT
Lydia E. Pink ham’s Sanative Wash!
Instead-Pinkham’s Sanative Wash
is an effective "bacteriostatic-’ tthe
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It not only discourages bacterial
growth and infection but cleanses,
deodorizes, relieves minor irrita
tions and discharge. Has beneficial
effect on delicate membranes
IS SUCH A
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ALL SET lor a good lull day**
work when a nagging head
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and so does your work.
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usually relieve not only Head
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•Do you use Dr. Miles Anti-Pain
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and in the economy package even
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