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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1943)
A Negro Business—
If it is true that there are 20,000
Colored people in Douglas County,
perhaps at least half of them are
interested in our social welfare.
And should that number invest
three dollars ($3.00), which would
make a total of thirty thousand
($30,000), this money could be used
for building a hotel or a large gro
cery store, etc.
Let us pull together while times
are good, as I am afraid that they
will change soon and be worse than
during the 1929 depression:
1715 North 26th St.
Orchard & Wilhelm Co.
Little Black Sambo
By Helen Bannerman
The animations in full color are by Julian Wehr.
“Little Black Sambo” is one of the most success
i ful children’s stories of all time,
i Another famous story also animated and in
! bright colors by Julian Wehr is the “Ginger
bread Boy.” Price - 1,00
Both stories take on new life and are among
the best “TOY BOOKS” we have seen.
NAACP Benefit Game
Chicago, Illinois—Dr. William Pickens, Washington, speaks to
0 “WE ARE ALL IN IT!”- -
Back the Attack
| with WarBondsn
INDEPENDENT I UMBER CO.
39th AND LEAVENWORTH ST.
C -HERMAN BINTZ, Mgr. (j
20,000 people who witnessed the
NAACP benefit baseba’l game in
Comiskey Park, Chicago, in the in
terest of the Third War Loan.
Standing left to right: Attv. Oscar
C. Brown, President, Chicago Bran
ch of NAACP; Mrs. Mary Cole, pro
| moter of game; Dr. William Pick
, ens. Treasury Department, Wash
ington, DC., and Major C. Udell
Turpin, Deputy Administrator,
Treasury Dept., Chicago. (Press
Opens GOP Parley
Mackinac Island, Michigan—The
Yes YOU Can Stop this War!
Back the Attack
A FRIEND OF THE BOYS
“ON THE FRONT LINES ’.
Rev. Edmund Page, who conducts
services at the little Stone Congre
gational Church here, delivered
the invocation at the formal open
ing of the Republican Post War
Advisory Committee at the Grand
Hotel. Maehinac Island, September
6th. Reading from left to right:
Rev. Pace, Governor Harry F.
Kelly of Michigan, Harrison E.
Epangler, chairman of the Re^ub
ltcan National Committee and Har
old Mason, Secretary of the Repub
lican National Committee. Other
members present were Governor
Dwight H. Green, Illinois, Gover
nor Thomas E. Dewey, New York;
Governor John C. Bricker, Ohio,
Governor Warren, California, Gov
ernor Martin, Pennsylvania, Seua
ator Vander.berg, Michigan and
Senator Taft, Ohio.
Edna *650 Half-dresgy,
comfortable. A grand tie
for these rationed days!
(L.. Da. LI
Claire *6 This elasticized
pump puts up a pretty front.
But it's practical, comfort
able and durable as welL
-USE THE OMAHA
GUIDE as a medium of
Buy Your War Bonds!
FOK GOOD ENJOYABLE
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Every day INVASION battles are taking the lives of
gallant boys fighting under the Stars and Stripes.
Your dear ones—sons, husband, sweetheart, father,
brothers, relatives and friends—are, or soon may be,
engaged in those bloody battles where the scythe
of the Grim Reaper flashes in every volley of the guns.
The 3rd War Loan of 15 billion dollars must pay for
the equipment, ammunition and food our boys need
so desperately—and you must raise the money!
Buy at least one EXTRA $100 War Bond in Sep
tember besides your regular bond purchases. Go
all-out with every dollar you can scrape up and
keep right on slapping every cent into the world's
safest investment—War Bonds!
Make the 3rd War Loan a quick success—back
up your soldier sailor or marine ALL THE WAY!
Main Plant Branch Machine Works
26th & MARTHA 21st & PACIFIC
Star for six months of
continued high pro
duction, on September
It'Ll cost you ao extra -100 Bond to look hint in the eye!
HE'S AN AMERICAN SOLDIER.
Some day, if God is with him, he’ll come
_ __ _-_ _- __
And when he does, you’ll get the biggest thrill
of your life if you can look him squarely in the
eye and say, "I couldn’t help you fight—but I
did everything in my power to help you win!”
There’s only one way you can say that... hon
estly say it. And that is to help him win now .. I
yfcgg be needsajjthe help you can give him.
Today’s particular job for you is to scrape
together every dollar you can—and buy an extra
$100 worth of War Bonds! That’s your job in
the 3rd War Loan!
It’s not enough to buy your regular amount
of Bonds. It has to be more. It has to be an extra
buy—a little more pressure for the shoulder
that’s against the wheel. <
Re: '^er this—you aren’t giving your
money. You’re lending it to the government for
a while. And you’re making the best investment
in the world.
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WORLD’S SAFEST INVESTMENTS
Choose the security that Bit your re quire me
United States War Savings Bonds—series "E":
Gives you back $4 for every $3 when the bond
matures. Interest: 2.9% a year, compounded
semiannually if held to maturity. Denomina
tions: $25, $50, $100, $500, $1000. Redemp
tion: Any time 60 days after issue date. Price:
75% of maturity value.
2Vi% Treasury Bonds of 1964-1969: Read
ily marketable, acceptable as bank collateral,
redeemable at par and accrued interest for the
purpose of satisfying Federal estate taxes. Dated
September 15, 1943; due December 15, 1969.
Denominations: $500, $1000, $5000, $10,000,
$100,000, and $1,000,000. Price: Par and ac
Other securities: Series “C* Savings Notes;
%% Certificates of Indebted near 2% Treasury
Bonds of 1951-1953; United States Savings
Bonds series "F'i United States Savings Bonds
series "G." ^ * I
ATTACK...WITH WAR BONDS
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338 Good America Citizens are killed or injured every 9 minutes. Help bring this war to an
End, by Buying another War Bond TODAY!
Scott Foot Appliance Co,
Gateway Bldg., 9th & Douglas Street
Paul Scott, President
i Allen Bros. Co., Inc.
; Gateway Bldg., 9th & Douglas Street
A. S. Rogers, President
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