The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, October 30, 1943, City Edition, Page 4, Image 4

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    Miss Bronze Chicago hostesses
Chicago—Representing some of
Chicago's most exclusive clubs are
these charming and fashionable
fern nines appearing in the above
photograph. They, and a score of
< :ljer s ntilar delectable damsels
\vre tea guests of the classy Win
» me Misses’ Club Sunday at the
Ardelia Tucker, Mrs. Agnes Nolan,
Miss Omega King, Mrs. Verna Har
per, Mrs. Mildred Strickland, Miss
Geneva Hearne. The Winsome
Misses are sponsors of the selec
tion and crowning of Miss Bronze
Chicago, the city’s most beautiful
shapely and popular girl. The.
girls pictured above will model in
the Fashion Show and serve as
hostesses to the contestants. The
event will be held at the DUSable
High School Auditorium on the ev
ening of Friday, November 12th.
home of Mrs. Harriet Jackson, 6234
Rhodes Avenue, their sponsor.
Reading left to right, seated are
Miss Verdie Mae Green. Mrs. Ruth
Toles, Mrs. Nadine Baker, Miss
Evelyn Gentry, and Mrs. Marneon
Bell. Standing left to right: Mrs.
LOCAL NOTES
HEAVEN AND HELL FEAST
Heaven and Hell Feast given by
The Purple Cross Nurses Unit of
Cherokee Temple No. 223 at the
resident of Mrs. Jessie M. Brooks
225 Krskinc St, Saturday evening
''October 30, 1943. Hours 8 pm. un
til ???
ASSIGNED TO DUTY
For Desmoines, la., October 25th
*—Pvt- Dorothy E. Walker of 523
“D” St., South Sioux City, Nebr
aska. is included in the group of
Negro members of the Women’s
<! Buy War Stamps A Bonds!
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i! THE ART OF OOSPEl )
; SINGING TAUPHT BY
| T S. POLK. |
y DIRECTOR ZION BAPTIST
CHURCH CHORUS
Thelma S. Polk, teacher of Gos
pel Music, has been chosen Pianist
Director for the Gospel Chorus at
Zion Baptist Church.
Mrs. Polk, a native of Chicago,
comes to Omaha very much pre
pared in this line of work having
served in Union Baptist and a
number of other prominent church
es in her home town.
OPENS STUDIO
The Rev. S. K. Nichols, uncle of
this fine young woman, has opened
for her a studio at 2424 Erskine
street, where she will teach Gospel
Singing exclusively. For inform
ation CALL JA-8229.
\rmy Corps assigned to duty at
»VA<' Detachment Station Comple
ment Section II, Fort Benning, Oa.
TO Tl'LSA FOR BRIEF
HONEYMOON
Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Dillard,
newlyweds, left early Sunday morn
ing for Tulsa and a brief honey
moon -before Mr. Dillard is induct
ed into the armed forces. They
will visit with Mr. Dillard’s moth
er while in Tulsa. Both the brides
and groom’s many relatives in the
Oklahoma metropolis should make
their visit a happy homecoming af
fair.
Mrs. Dillard was formerly Miss
Mildred Wiley.
They are expected to remain a- !
bout one week before returning'
here.
—
CHURCH OF THE LIVING GUI* i
1906 North 24th St..
Rev. S. K. Nieliols, Pastor
Rose Oliver, Reporter
Sunday school_9:45 am j
Morning Service . ....11:30 am. j
YI’PU. __...6 prn. |
Evening Service ..._..7:30 prn |
Wednesday night Service 7:30 pm i
Friday night Women'’s Work .
.. .... ..8.00 Pm j
Sunday throughout the day was
grand. Starting with Sunday
school, there was a grand attend
anc . All day long. The Pastor
preached a soul stirring sermon '
both morning and night. The Pas
tor's subject for Sunday morning
October 31st will be: ‘‘Lord be mer
ciful to me a sinner.” Sun lay
night: "Behold I stand at the Poor
and knock.” Our Pastor preached
at a white church on 25th and Am
es. Everyone is invited to come
out Sunday and hear these won l ei -
ful sermons.
TO SGT GRADE
Colonel Morris H. Marcus, Com
manding Officer, 9th Cavalry, Fort
Clark. Texas, announced the pro
motion of T-4G Edward F. Cardw. 11
to the grade of Sergeant.
Sgt. Cardwell is the son of Mr.
Dewey Cardwell of 610 W. 14th St.,
South Sioux City. Nebraska.
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TO JEFFERSON BARRACKS, MO.
Pvt. Herman Kemp, husband of
Susie L. Kemp, 2719 Charles St.,
and Pvt. Lee F. B yran,tson
and Pvt. Lee F. Bryant, son of Mrs
Ida Bryant, 1516 North 26th St.,
are newly arrived soldiers at Jef
ferson Barracks, at which Colonel
Converse R. Lewis, is Commanding
Officer.
MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. David St- Clair, Pastor.
Sunday was spent in pleasures
■that the child of God enjoys. Sing
ing, praying, giving God glory and
praising Him for His everlasting
goodness, tender mercies and lov
ing kindness that He has bestowed
upon us so bountifully.
Sunday is home coming day and
every individual who is a member
of the church and those who used
to be ‘members are asked to ois
present. Special services at 2 o’
clock. Also a program Paul's mis
sionary journey will be given at
this hour. Everybody is invited to
be present.
Sunday evening at S o’clock the
choir is featuring a request pro
gram. Come out and hear the gos
pel in song.
The Willing Workers Club is
meeting at the Parsonage Friday
eveinng. All members are asked
to be present.
Don’t forget the Hallowe’en party
Friday night at the church. Given
by the Sunday school. Everybody
is invited to come out and enjoy
themselves with the young people.
Visitors are always welcome at
all times.
FROM TROY, ALA.
Mrs. Floorie Stringer and baby,
granddaughter from Troy, Ala., are
in the city for an indefinite vis’t
with her daughter, Miss Coela Cur
tis, 2226 Miami Street. In a con
versation wuth this reporter Mrs.
Stringer stated that she found .this
to be a very nice city and she nas
been treated very kindly since her
arrival.
McGRUDER IN NEW HOME
Since moving into his . recently
purchased home ai 2030 Miami St.,
Olonzo "Mack” McGruder has been
spending money right and left or
the beautifying of it. A very good
piece of property from the be
ginning by the time he finishes
decorating and buying new furni
ture and things, there won’t b“ a
lovelier home in the city imong
our group.
CALIFORNIA VISITOR
Mrs. Mary Kellogg Harrison of
Pasadena, California formerly of
Omaha is visiting a few days here.
She arrived Monday evening and is
planning on staying a week or ten
days visiting old acquaintances.
Mrs. Agnes Hudson of Pasadena,
Calif., formerly of Sioux City, la.
came with Mrs. Harrison. Mrs.
Hudson is now visiting friends in
Sioux City. Mrs. Harrison report
ed her son Warren Harrison is ii.
the Medical Corps of the IT. s.
Army.
MRS MAUPIN
DOES HER BIT
If Mrs. Maupin can do it other
women can do if too. Every since
ihe drive for tin cans went into ef
Johnson Drug Co.
2306 North 24th
FREE DELIVERY
We. 0998
ti -0 t!
: RABE’S
Buffet
for Popular Brands
of BEER and LIQUORS
2229 Lake Street
—Always a place to park—
feet, she has been doing her bit to
aid it. As busy as she is in her
little restaurant on 24th street at
| Hlondo. she finds time to wash and
prepare cans and get them to the
nearest gathering place.
This is a very patriotic gesture
on the part of this busy woman.
It stands as proof that she wants
to do her part in winning the war.
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LEGION
SIDELITES
(BY JULIUS E. HILL)
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OUR COMMANDER SPEAKS
Without doubt the legion convert
tions held in Omaha during the
last two months surpassed ill tha|
have preceeded them in seriousness
and endeavor in regards to formu
lating plans that will be of aid in
bringing quicker to an end the
chaotic conditions in which we are
now living because of the war.
Xo resolutions were made or a
dopted which didn’t have a hearing
on winning the war. For men of
the legion, being veterans of World
War I. realize far more than many
surmise the seriousness of World
War No. II. and do not want this
time the same mistakes made after
it is won by the allies that were
made after they <won the first
world war.
The men of the legion do not.
want another armistice and wi’l
exert every effort to prevent there
being one. Nothing but uncondi
tional surrender by our enemy will
satisfy them. They are fully in
accord with President Roosevelt
and with Prime Minster Churc’rill
in regards to that issue.
And knowing that war must bo
waged relentlessly against the en
emy and to a point where they
fully realize the usefulness of fur
ther resistance, and that it will
require the combined efforst of all
races, all groups as well as organ
ized labor and the complete fin
ancial resources of the United Stat
es, the conventions could not and
did not fail to recognize the Ne
gro's importance to the war effort.
And from now on, as it lias done in
the past, Roosevelt Post No. ‘{0,
The American Legion, will con
tinue to give its full support to any
plans of the Government, state and
local movement that has a bearing
on winning the war,
Signed. J. C. CAREY,
Post Commander.
* * * **
Comrade R. C. Long has been
added to the executive committee
of the post. Being experienced in
business management his help a
long that line is much needed.
*****
There are some surprises in store
for members of this post in the
near future. And we are wondei
ing if they will be appreciated.
*****
Comrades! OUr 1944 quota is
reached, but let’s over-reach it.
Those who have paid their dues
paid them for themselves and not
for you. Most of you are making
good salaries now, so there is no
excuse fr lagging behind in the
payment of your dues. Remember
this is your post and it needs you
to help in carrying on its program
Send or bring in your dues and
climb on the 1944 bandwagon now.
For with the Post going along as
it is at the present, you can't lost
for winning!
TWO SELFRIDGE
PIIX)TS KILLED
. .Selfridge Field, October 14—Two
Negro flying officers were kill< d
Thursday when their P-39 pursuit
planes collided at an estimated al
titude of 2,000 feet while they were
engaged in a routine training flight
from this army air base and plung
ed to the earth in flames.
The Public relations office at
Selfridge Field said that the acci
dent occurred in midafternoon ap
proximately a mile and a half north
of the field arid three quartesr of
a mite east of Gratiot in full view
of several motorists.
Officers at the base declined to
disclose the names of the dead fh
pra until the next of kin can be
notified.
Dynamite
(by H. GEO. DAVENPORT)
Chicago Fo -
Pregs Photo Ser
vice) —Amos 'n
Andy, a comedy
skit on the radio
has had the ten
dency to ridicule
the Negro for o;
er twelve years.
How well they
have succeeded!
is shown by a
recent contract
which gives them
one half hour on the air. They
show the Negro in his silliest mo
ments, much to the fun and amuse
ment of the white people of Am
erica. Andy and the Kingfish arc
always trying to each other as well
as the public. Amos is the straight
forward fellow, trying to be hard
working and honest. The whole
skit is in fun and ridicule and the
team assisted by a few otehr char
acters have fun and draw enorm
ous salaries at the expense cf th.
American Negro. Andy and the
Kingfish are always trying *o be
what they are not. they plan and
make believe they are Big .Shots
trying to foil the public, but in the
end, wind tip by fooling themselves
it is all in fun however, and they
get by imitating a race, who, be
cause they are black, have no re
dress in this country. As I staled
before it is all in fun and at times
ridiculous: this skit "reminds me of
the SUPER-DUPER white race,
the difference is that they are fun
ny and ridiculous but they an- ser
ious, wh le Amos 'n Andy are play
ing funny. Take this war for in
stance. If it were not for so many
people killed it would remind or.'
of Arnos ’n Andy. One day wa
we have all of. the gasoline we
want, the next day we are cut off
because we have no gas, one da;
they intend to take the fathem. tin
next hour or so, they rescind the
order. Ickes jumps on the radio
and calls everyone who disagrees
with him and the New Deal, "Nai
is". "Wallace balls cut one 0f tin
big shots and the two of thorn start
calling each other names. Sum
Her Wells was FIRED because he
had a verbal fight with Hull. Four
Senators just back from the front,
accuse Britain of lots of tilings,
called the President’s attention to
certain leaks in the lend-lease set
up and then the president BLASTS
them and makes small of the r
investigation and criticism. Tliev
can tell the Argentine government
not to DISCRIMINATE agaH«t.
the Jew, but OH LORD. HOW A
BOUT THE NEGRO in this coun
try? They have the American
tailors making one pants suits,
while if you want to, you can pur
chase a. Canadian made suit with
two pairs of pants anywhere in A
merica. They put a ceiling price
on BOTTLED WHISKEY but al
low the tavern owner to open the
same bottle and get five to six
times the price of the whiskey by
selling it over the bar, and the suc
kers are buying it that way. They
tell Negroes that they are Amer
ican citizens and when they apply
for certain jobs, they are told -tome
cock and bull story. Keep vaur
eyes open on this Russian situation
"Amost is Stalin”, you can draw
your own conclusions as to the
other characters. Yes, they are
hav.ng fun at the expense of the
Negro, but if it were not for so
mans- people getting killed and so
MUCH MONEY BEING WASTED,
this war comedy could be put on
the air and be a bigger hit than
Amos 'n Andy, because the clund
ers that are being made and the
things they plan to do after the
war are more ridiculous than ant
skit played by Amos ’n Andy.
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PLAIN
TALK....
BY ELMER CARTER
1 remember once being in Atlan
ta. Through the magic of J. O.
The mas, then Southern Field Sec
retary of the National Urban Lea
gue, I had secured a lower berth on
a through train to New York. My
bag was heavy for I had been on
a hot and dirty trip lasting two
weeks and had been compelled to
carry quite a supply of clean be
en. On arriving at the colon d
end of the station I spied a red cap
and asked him to carry my hr u to i
the car.
When I told him the car and
■ seat number, I think it was Car :U4
I Lower No. i. he turned to me and
[doubtfully said: “That’s a Pullman
[Car.” I showed him my t cket.
[slowly he picked up my bag, but
| instead of going to the car, he said
“Wait,'’ and left me standing while
he walked five cars up to where
the white conductor was standing
and engaged in a conversation,
meanwhile looking and pointing at
: me. Finally he came back and
Igruffly commanded... .‘‘This way.”
On our way to the car, he sudderdj
turned on me and asked. .“Whai’d
you git dat ticket?” That is ex
actly what he said to me and how
he said it. By this time I was hot
In fact I was boiling. To think
that a colored man himself was of
the opinion that I had no right to
ride in a Pullman Car. So I sail1
1 rather heatedly, "None of your
damned business, just take that
bag to car No. 314.”
During the past twenty five
years I have had occasion to travel
quite a bit. And I have been
struck with dismay and hurt by
the attitude of some of the colored
employees on the railroads. 1 bav ■
gone into dining cars where the
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waiters seemed embarrassed i > d
sore because I came in when the
car was fairly crowded. Many
times there has been a vacant seat
at a table for four_. .the other
three being occupied by white peo
ple_and I have been told by a
waiter, probably at the order of the
stewart, “car crowded.” Of eouise
I know why, both the stewart and
the waiter feared that the white
people ould object to sitting at the.
table with a person of color. Wt 11
often they do. There is no jm
tion about that. It seldom if ov u
occurs to either of them, how - 'r,
that I might not want to eat at the
table with some white people. Tor
I have seen examples of t
table manners practiced by wluti'
folks in dining cars. I have seen
devotees of the “pitch and gulp ’
school, and others adept in the
Kansas City ‘‘grip”. I believe it is
called .where the knife is held like
la dagger.
There is nothing to be ashanv d
of in being an employee of a rail
road whether it be porter, waiter,
red cap or what not. Personal sei •
vice can be as dignified as any oc
cupation or profession. It is a
pleasure to watch the men who
man the New York Central’s great
Empire State Express. They aie
highly intelligent, they speak in
cultivated and subdued tones, they
carry themselves with such poise
and grace that even a “cracker”
from the deep South rhesib.tes
anil chokes when he tries to s<y
'“George.” You just don’t hear
i his appellation on the Empir ■
And these men nave no inferiority
complexes in the presence of wiv.i
people. And that is more than I
can say of some Negro doctors,
lawyers and teachers and social
wokrers. And they don’t o.*'omo
distressed when a colored person
enters the chair or dining car.
They act perfectly natural A
pleasant ‘Good Morning,” 01
‘‘Good Evening.” is thei grroeting
tc all passengers, black and white
alike. It is largely tic attitude
and the action of the porters and
waiters oil the Empire which caus
es the white passengers to forget
their prejudices and t > accept me
presence of a colored passenger in
•v respectful and often fru.ndly mail
in :.
You can he sure that if they act
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fcd as if they resented the presence
of colored tiavelers, u.t atmos
phere of superiority ani contempt
would permeate the train I like,
tin: Empire. I respect the men
who work on it. For they are
gentlemen in the true sense of tne
word.
—E. A. C.
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