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i THE ART BF GOSPEL ii
i SINGING TAUGHT BY ji
| TIIELMA S. POLK. jj
DIRECTOR ZION BAPTIST
TSit'lini S. Polk. teacher of GoS
j" i Mu.-ic. has been chosen Pianist
Pirn tor for tlie Gospel Chorus at
Z e Paptist Church.
.v -i Polk, a native of Chicago,
c :m.’s t» Omaha very much pre
p> in this line of work having
si 1 m Union Baptist and a
n u.-ii.rr of other prominent eburch
e.i ;n h r home town.
- OPENS STUDIO
Tho ftev. S. K. Nichols, uncle of
..this fine young woman, lias opened
for her a studio at 2424 Erskine
,;*treet. where she will teach Gospel
Singing exclusively. For inform
ation CALL JA-3229.
'T'HINK of It! Your min
* warn daily requirements
of A and D Vitamins or of
Ii Complex Vitamins, in one
p easant tablet. Remember
the name ONE-A-DAY
(brand) Vitamin Tablets.
1\ O TENSE nerves make
Restless? Dr. Miles Nervine
helps to lessen Nervous
Tension. Get it at your drug
store. Read directions and
use only as directed.
\JjJ HEN Headache, Mus
cular Pains or Simple
Neuralgia, • Distress after
Meals, Gas on Stomach, or
"Morning After” interfere
with your work or spoil
your fun, try Aika-Seltser.
FOR GOOD ENJOYABLE
SUBSCRIBE TODAY! ^
Mrs. Philip Barge, 2416 Decatur j
street, who is convalescing at Iiot
home after two week’s illness in
the Doctor’s hospital, wishes to
thank her many friends for the
beautiful cards and flowers she re
CHURCH SPONSORS BOOK
Mrs. C. C .Reynolds will review
"So Little Time," by John P. Mar.
quand, Sunday Dec. 5 at Ciair
Chapel 22nd and Miami St. Tin
review is at 5:00 pm. Ticke s ‘.'or.
Mrs. Ethel Kirtley, chairman, v
C. C. Reynolds, Pastor.
COMES TO SEE SICK SISTER
Mrs. James Fuller of Youngstown
Ohio, who was called to the cHy
because of the illness of her fas
ter, Mrs. Philip Barge, will remaim
Mrs. Alma Gibson, formerly of
Omaha, but now of Berkley. Calif.,
arrived in town last \Vednesday
to spend Thanksgiving and a few
days with her sister. Mrs. Paul
Barnett of 2709 Wirt Street.
Mrs. Gibson says she likes Calif,
but after all, Omaha is still her
The Calendar Tea Sponsored by
Mrs. Colman and Mrs. Taylor at i
Zion Baptist Church at 2215 Grant,
street, will be held Dec. 10 fro*
5 to 9 pm. The admission is the
Mrs. Jennie M. Allen. 2710 Ham
ilton street, underwent a major
operation at the Doctor’s Hospital
WE HAVE SEVERAL VACANCIES IN
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CORPORAL FRANCES THOMAS
HOME ON FURLOUGH— '
Corporal Frances Thomas of
Lincoln, Nebraska, was heme on a I
furlough last week to visit with
his mother and relatives. While
home, much to everyone’s suprise,
and with a quiet ceremony he took
as his bride, Miss Ruth Patrick i 1
so of Lincoln. The couple enjoye 1
a brief honeymoon visiting reiativ- i
es and friends in Omaha before
Corporal Thomas left last Monday
to retu'rn to his army baa) at
Mrs. Thomas, is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Patrick ,w li
known Lincolnites. She is a grad
uate of the University of Nebraska
She was formerly employed as a
social worker in St. Louis, Mo., and
recently has served on the U4''.
staff at Lincoln.
The Thomases were married at
Lincoln, Nebraska on Monday, Nov
ember 29, 1943 in the afternoon
Corporal Thomas, a well known
young man about Lincoln, conies
from a pioneer Lincoln family
also well known in civic .social
and fraternal affairs of that oily.
He is the younger brother of Mr
J .Wendell Thomas, Omaha Mortic
Congratulations, Mr. and M's.
Mrs. Birdie McDew, of St. Paul.
Minn., returned home Monday af
ter enjoying a brief holiday week
end visit with Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Barnett. 2709 Wirt Street.
PIONEER LINCOLNITE DIES
Mr. Lester C. Washington of
Lincoln, Nebraska, age 53, of 1916
Vine Street, succumbed at his resi
dence after an extended illness.
He had been employed at the
Lincoln Chamber of Commerce,
where he had been a faithful and
trusted employee for 25 years.
Tentative funeral arrangements
are for Friday afternoon with bur
ial at Lincoln, Nebraska .
NEGRO CHEMIST OF OMAHA
OPENS LABORATORIES HERE
Ryland E. Melford. young Om
aha chemist, announces the estab
lishment of the “Bon Nita Prod
ucts Co.’’ with offices and labor
atory at 2916 North 28th St.
The Bon Nita Products Co., own
ed and managed by Hr. Melford.
enjoys the distinction of being one
of the few Negro Toiletry Houses,
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2422 LAKE S!.
| Johnson Drug Co.
) 2306 North 24th
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' BEER and LIQUORS
2229 Lake 8treet
—Always a place to park
engaged in the manufacture and
distribution of fine toiletries es
pecially for the Negro race that
competes in quality and puce wilh
the nations’ leading iiiaimi.i.jliiroi
Mr, Melford states th "1 louse o,
Bon Nita” will endeavor to rend- r
the people of Omaha and elsewhi’i
the Kuperh 'toiletry j;>v c: Ar
rangements are now being com
pleted for periodic demonstrations,
by the country’s leading make-up
a.fist in order that the “Ladirs oi
Gn>aha’s Negro colony . shall e”
joy the modern treatments of hair
and skin care, assured that to, \
mirror their true loneliness, what
ever the occasion.
dentlinnu, shall pr rt i.ulariy de
light in the CaptivatiJi of t' e
mrsi-Uline fragrant of Bon \i. i
After Shave lotion and Hair
Shampoo, created especially to h -al
the skin and free the scalp of dan
druff scales, yet providing a bou
quet suitable for all hours of the
AND WEAK KNEED LEADERS
CALL FOR "LEFT OF
Elizabeth City, N. C.—Speaking
to the student-body of the state
teachers college here, Walter It.
Olivers, well-known sociologist,
scored missionary-minded educat
ors and weak-kneed race leaders
Friday, Nov. 12, morning as he out
lined an educational program "cm
sciously pointed toward the ‘Icfr
if center" “Or Negro youtn today.
He said that It was so pointed l> -
cause that this h? the only rot ! foi
Mr. Chivers, who *s chairmai <f
tii'.' sociology department at More
house College and * isiting profes
or of sociology at Hampton Inst,
tute this year, charged that the ed
ucation of Negroes has lacked vis
ion and imagination and has net
evolved and developed out of con
sciousness of the deficiencies ,n
Calling upon the students who
heard him to demand training n
politics and the full rights and du
lies of American citizenship, :n ihe
theory and practice of trade Union
ism, in aggressive race leadership,
n the problems of ininority groups
at! over the world, and in the oreo
ent status of American raci rela
tions, he asserted:
“Race relations are worse in A
merica, today, than they have been
since 1S65. It is because our lea
ders are naive and weak-kneed. |
They believe any fairy story just
s nee a white man of authority tells
it Many of them are selling yen
out while you are winning the war
they helped to make.
"This is because they are not
leaders born of a crisis but tyn
<! Buy War Stamps & Bonds! ; I
\ \ We regard your trust as sac- \;
l! red and endeavor to serve as we '!
|i would be served. Our ability to \
! serve you comes from years of !|
■! training and experience.
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Good Hours—Good Wages
Urbana, 111.Youthful and
lovely Muriel King, daughter cf
Leroy and Doris King, of Chicago,
left here Friday for a week < iid
visit with her parents. A recent
AKA pledgee, Muriel says that Ill
inois University, where she is ma
joring in Chemistry and languag
es is "lots of fun." (press photo
thetic leaders hired by whites to
lead you in the way the whites
would h iv ■ ycu go.
“Yoj race leaders want your a
greement for ihem to decide vfnen
the time is i tht for you to “’els |
to become full-' vged citir. s of
ths 1 lited States of Amer.ta
‘TIME IS NOT RIGHT” BOYS—
“But I warn you that except fer
a very few they are still the ‘t me j
is not right’ boys'. Their ev' ry pro |
nouncement reveals their confus- (
ion about what to do and save their |
"Most of them were fitted for
peacetime leadership but lack the !
toughness of character, emotions
and intellect to endure the ‘blood, 1
sweat, toil, and tears’ of the eliang
ing world in which you live, fight,
die or become maimed for life. 1
"To me this state of affa'r.s ac
counts for the Beaumont, Detroit,
and New York riots, the shooting
and beating of Negro troops, the
anti-Negro attitudes of Southern
Congressmen, the almost complete
adherence to Southern racial pat
terns by the Justice Department
and Executive branch of Congress.”
Dec’aring that the missionary
period in the lives of Negro Am
ericans has served its usefulness
and that "missionaries are use 1 by
politicians to keep the minds of
minorities on the other world so
that they can run this world wuh
out interference,” Mr. Olivers al
"Negro education has taken it? j
orders from above and applied then
without isgnifieant alteration or
critical analysis. The sum and
substance of these orders has been
to train Negro youth to be train
ers of teachers and preachers,_
missionary teachers and missionary
"But the products of such an ed
ucational structure,” he continued,
"can never be serious competitors
in a democratic society wher" the
watchword is ‘ever seek newe- op
portunities.’ You will never be ac
corded the full status of human
he:iifs until you are aggress-ve
competitors of other Americans
I «ant you to hare the will t(K
he respected by other races and na
Relieved in 5 minutes or
double your money back
When excels stomach acid cause* painful, auffoeat
uif gas. sour stomach and heartburn, doctor* u so all}
prescribe tbe fa"test-acting medicines known fot
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THE OMAHA GUIDE !
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
Published Every Saturday at 2420 Grant Street 2
OMAHA, NEBRASKA—PHONE HA. 0800 ]
Entered as Second Class Matter March 15, 1927
at the Post Office at Omaha, Nebraska, under
Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
C. C. Galloway_Publisher and Acting Editor
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Ft .Clark .Texas-Warrant of
ficer Malem Jordon is shown will,
his mother, Mrs. Alma Ellis. Of
ficer Jordan is a 9th Calvaryman,
doing border duty here and -lc
ently returned from Chicago, Ins
home where he spent a ten day.-'
furlough. Mrs. Ellis, who is an
active member of the National
Women’s Service Corps of the f vi
th Field Artillery and has two oth
er sons in uniform, they are Sgt.
James H. Jordon, who is with f n•
928th Air Base Battalion some
where in the South Pacific ami
Pvt. Claude E. Jordon of the s:i:
Infantry Illinois. (Press Photo S *r
Ray L. Williams, Aity.
24th and Lake Sts.
PROBATE NOTIC E
Notice by publication on petition
for settlement on final administra
In the County Court of Douglas
County, Nebraska. Bk. 50, P. -21.
In the matter of the estate of
Lizzie Conners, deceased:
All persons interested in said
matter are hereby notified that o:
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Monev Back—If This Recipe Fails
Good news travels fast—many of the thou
sands of folks who now take lemon Juice
for rheumatic pain—have found that by !
adding two tablespoon/uls of Allei ru to one
tablecpoonful of Lemon Juice In a glass of
water, they get faster relief for the aches
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IS year old formula to relieve rheumatic
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—your money back. What could be fairer?
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the 23rd day of November, 1913.
W. L. Myers filed a petition in said
County Court, praying- that his fin
al administration account filed
herein be settled and allowed, and
that he be discharged from his
trust as admnistrator and that a
hearing will be had on said peti
tion before said Court on the 22nd
day of December, 1943, and that if
you fail to appear before said
Court on the said 22nd day of Dec
ember, 1943 at 9 o’clock A. M., and
contest said petition, the Court
may grant the prayer of said peti
tion, enter a decree of heirsh’p,
and make such other and furthe
orders, allowances and decrees, ca
to this Court may seem proper, to
the end that all matters pertaining
to said estate may be finally set
tled and determined.
3t bg. Dec. 4 1943 end 17th
IS SUCH A
I LITTLE THING
A LL SET for a good full day’s
I aV. work when a nagging head
ache sneaks up on you. You suffer
I and so does your work.
Ready for an evening of relax
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i headache interferes with your fun,
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Do you use Dr. Miles Anti-Pain
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