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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1944)
By H. W. Smith
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Race horse head waiter and H.
W .Smith were in a northside bus
(ne8R house at the same time, Sub
day evening, January 2nd.
The HR. toys are tops on fine
service on wheels.
The Omaha Club waiters are
very much out in front on service
with a smile.
The Fontenelle waiters are al
ways in the running on taking care
of the very fine guests at all tim
Congratulations to all the wait
ers .'or the fine service given on
all the New Year Eve parties.
Kedp the good work up boys,
—you will be rewarded.
Mr. Walter Jones ofDesmoines,
as in Omaha on New Years Bay.
Goldie Bavis on North 24*h st.,
with a beautiful lady.
Ned Moore in Omaha in 1J43 and
from barley malt, stronger,
better. Formula for making
beer by brewer of famous Nor
weigan “Bock-Bayer” beer sent
for $1.00. J. RUSSELL, 201
South Brittain, Shelbyville,
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A — Alka-Seltzer, start taking it
at once to relieve the Dull,
Aching Head, and the Stiff,
B — Be careful, avoid drafts and
sudden changes in tempera
ture. Rest — preferably in
bed. Keep warm, eat sensi
bly, drink plenty of water or
fruit juices. Be sure to get
C — Comfort your Sore, Raspy
Throat, if caused by the cold,
by gargling with Alka-Selt
zer. If fever develops, or
symptoms become more
acute call your doctor.
ALKA-SELTZER is a pain re
lieving, alkalizing tablet, pleasant
to take and unusually effective in
Take it for Headache, Muscular
Pains and .for Indigestion, Gas on
Stomach, when caused by excess
> At your drug store — Large
package 60*, Small package 30*,
by the glass at soda fountains. «
U. C. uaiiuwo/ aUermua auuuay
evening service at the Omaha Gos
pel Tabernacle Jan. 2nd.
Omaha enjoyed .spring weather
on New Years Day.
Duke Ellington .vas selected the
Pinup Boy by the WACs at Fort
Perry Taylor. the streamlined
barber very much on the job.
Mt. Moriah Baptist church all
dressed up and attracts the atten
tion of everyone pasai-tg.
1943 left many problems to be
solved by 1944.
Union service attended by a
large crowd. It was at St. John
Mrs. J. E. Rector and her dau
ghter, Mrs. Luther Moore who have
been visiting Mrs. Wm. Davis the
other daugter and sister, living jn
Sout Omaha, left for their home
in Little Rock. Arkansas Tusjday,
FBI files Charges against De
kulb County police officers for
violating the Federal rights statute
of the U S. They wore charged
with beating two colored men in
in attempt to obtain a confession
Read the GREATER OMAHA
GUIDE and get all the news.
Do you know the days are 17
minutes longer today
Four convicts escaped from the
Anamosa, low Raeformatory but
were recaptured 31 hours later af
ter they had staged the violent!
Mayor LaGuardia of NY. City
criticized the administration's sub
sidiary program as being very un
fair to the consumer. He said
grade A large eggs are selling at
61c a dozen when they should be
An army bomber plane crashed
on a farm near Honorick. Iowa—
killing seven men it was reported.
U. S. Senator V/heeler of Mon
tana said Sunday Jan. 2nd that lie
was willing to join forces with any
group to settle the difference v.-ith
any foreign policy for the good of
Are you a member of the NAA
CP? Why not become a member
This writer had the pleasure of
having dinntr with Mr. C. R.
Trimble and family on Sunday Jan
2nd in the afternoon and a very
pleasant visit with his mother who
ihas been ill for some time. And
as we are always treated as one
of the family it was an afternoon,
of real joy.
Republican members of con
ress believe that the equal right*
-amendment will greatly influence
the next election in 1944 in the 20
year campaign demanding equal
ity for women u'nder the law.
Flash! Now as 1944 has got away
to a good star let us all make up
our mnids to be a good spoke in
the wheel of prgress and at all
times be Op the up and go for our
mutual benefit and help lay a
god foundation for the next gen
RATION POINT BLUES
How ration points do worry me!
Soon quite nutty I will be.
If I wnat a juicy steak
I’m short on points so no can
If at pork I take a look
I have with me the wrong point
If points are red I’m sporting
Or trying to buy with stamps
When other folks are using A’s
I'm way out front somewhere
I'm Crossed up every way I go;
What points to use I never know.
I hope I live again to see
A day when points won’t worry
Mix Lemon Juice
| TO RELIEVE
Monev Back—If This Recipe Fails
„9°od news travels fast—many ofthe thou
sands of folks who now take lemon Juice
*'°J., rheumatic pain—have found that by
adding two tablespoonfuls of Allenru to one
tablespoonful of Lemon Juice in a glass of
"fter. they get faster relief for the aches
and pains caused by rheumatism, lumbago
Its no surprise either, for Allenru is a
15 year old formula to relieve rheumatic
aches and pains. In fact—if It does not helD
-your money back. What could be fairer?
«c4utHKSTo£ “y Uve druggUt-0nJ*
DON’T RE TOO SURE! I
Mike and Pat were discussing a I
rrlend. Mike said, “I
wished O’Brien hadn’t died until I
ana a -nance to pay him the five
Jb tais 1 owe him.’’
“Well, Mike,” said Pat. “You can
pay him when you' die and ra'e
‘ Say! don’t try to be smart. Hov
do you know I’m going to he’l
when I die?” Replied Mike angri
Young dauhgter._.“Mamma why
did you marry daddy?”
Her mother... “Darling, that very
question has been puzzling ma ev
er since I did!”
by JULIUS E. KILL
In spite of the earlier closing
hour that ahs been forced on Ro )sc
velt Post it has made very little
if any difference in teh nightly at
tendance. Throughout the week
just passed the Lounge was the
sctne of many gay parties
Friday and Saturday and Sunday,
from early in the evening until
< losing time things were at top
pitch. The Matinee Dance drew
an Unusual large crowd and what
a thne they had! Sunday evening
Gregg 'Williams tok over with his
three piece combination and again
the jitterbugs and some that were
not quite so jittery, had a Roman
A few blocks off 24th street the
Open Huose at Legionnette Esther
Hicks, 1814 1-2 North 27th street,
which she sponsored for the Wom
an’s Auxiliary, was well attended.
Quite a number of prominent per
sons came to partake of hoghead
and blackeyed peas as well as re
freshments. From there the
Lounge seemed to be the destina
tion of the majority, it being New
Years Day in the bargain, and
there they started all over again.
Oh by the way—you who are
eligible to join the Post or the
Auxiliary, should do so at once.
Why wait? You can’t imagine
what ito means to be a Legion
naire or Legionnette now. They
are really doing things worthwhile
Get in and help them to do them.
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MBS. MAUPIN AND TIN CANS
If anyone has an extra wheel
type can opener. .. .you know, the
kind that smooths down the edges
of the cans as it cuts them. .__wc,
would like to hear of them turning
it over to Mrs. Maupin before she
worries herself sick over the tin
cans piling up on her because she
can’t prepare them for the tan
salvage as the government has in
structed the public to do.
She is very busy in her little tps
taurant at 24th and Blondo streets
but if given the proper tool to
work with she raises heck with
every tin can that can be found in
her place of business. And she
even might be going out and round
ing them Up for all we know. But
even so we didn't suppose for one
minute that her zeal to do her pan
in the can salvage would prompt
her to go to the trouble she did
To be sure she had to close up
her restaurant so she could go
downtown to take care of some
important business. But with her
restaurant clsed when she could
have returned sooner and started
selling meals to her customers
did she do it? No! Instead she
took up a lot more time huptinc.
around for a can opener of the
right type with which to prepare
cans for the salvage. And mp
were one of the hungry souls won
dering where the heck she was!
How is that for doing one’s part
In helping to win the war? Yeah,
we agree with you; for it’s tops!
We met Tommy Williams in the
J and S Restaurant, 2711 Q street,
South Omaha. The conversation
p tar ted between us as so map}
conversations have a way of start
ing: with “Hello”. From ther • on
we talked of different things unt'l
we finally worked around to strik
os and the war. And that seemed
to be his favorite subject—strikes
and the war. Seeing that he was
not a bit adversed to airing his
views we got out pad and pencil
and more or less, craftily led him I
bn. By doing so we got these
He is a staunch union member
but decidedly against outlaw strik
es. He told us that in his opir.i m
there should be a greater effort
made between capital (employer;)
and the working classes to settle
their differences without the nec
essity of strikes that slow up the
production of much needed war
materials. Ho o;>in ‘d that he
thought men shouldn't complain
Congressman’s Deb Daughter Takes Bow
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Putting ideas to work to improve |
production at General Electric,
Schenectady, is helping the war ef
fort and also helping John Murphy,
above. He recently received two
checks totaling $55 for suggestions
to save time and labor. One check
for $50 was for an idea to attach a
wheel skid on the end of electrical
transporters, thus providing greater
Congressman Wm. L. Dawson is shown at
left, in the picture above, congratulating his daugh
ter, Barbara, who had just been presented as a de
butante of the season by the Royal Coterie of Snak
es Club in Chicago Christmas Week at the Parkway
Ballm m. Pictured at right is the club’s President,
Leonard 0 Pall. Miss Dawson is 17 years old, was
a Northwestern University student and is at pres
ent attending Fisk. Four other girls were present
ed along with the Cingressman’s daughter. Press
■ * ** »■«*»111
over having to w rk or being asked
‘c wc’k cx'ra burns even though
they don’t recede ovetime pay.
If they sincerely want the allies to
vin the war, and lie doesn’t think
ito ran be won as quickly as is
possible unless labor and capital
become more willing to make sac
*ji*\ - •
‘‘After all,” be said, “Most ff
us are making no.7 more than we
have ever made in out lives, yet
the majority aren't satisfied. But
as lo-"g as it is passible or until I
am inducted into tin? army, I am
going to put in every hour 1 can,
I' make certain that Iwon’t be.
classed among’ those who laid down
on the the boys who are g'/ing up
their lives for us for less a month
than some of us nakj in a week!’
A > F orjy natural that one do
.sires to live better when an.oppor
'unity presents itself- But to live
better shouldn't mean to burn one’s
candle at both ends. It is never
w'se to completely live up one’s
earnings. What of the future?
Surely it is realized that the fu
ture should be considered. For
when the war ends, most of the
lucrative jobs that are now to be'
had .will end with it. For ihe
war is the creator of the majority
i of these jobs. The earning power
j of many will drop to zero and stay
there weeks and months before an
other job. even affording a mere
living wage, can be secu'red. Of
course this may not happen im
mediately after the war, but cer
tainly too soon thereafter for the
Before sitting down at her dress
ing table for her nightly beauty '
ritual, lovely Georgia Schreiber,
Chicago, draws the window shades
to keep her bedroom warm as
toast. Yes, cloth window shades
drawn to the sill help keep rooms
cozy and comfortable even when '
you are wearing as . fragile a
negligee as this one of sheer black
lace over pale pink chiffon. The
layer of air trapped between the
shade and the glass seals warm air
in, cuts heat loss through window
glass by one-third.
1807 N. 24th St. WE-4240
- FOFUi.AK FKM h -
LOOK AT YOUR SHOE8
Other People Do.
There was no audience— just we j
two. So there was no m*ed forj
dramatics or display of false patriot j
ism on his part. Neithe-' did he
know that he was t-liking; to a re
porter until we informed him.
He was taken track abit when we
did. but readily consented to hav
ing 11s quote him ;n this paper.
And as nearly as possible in iris
earact words we have written him
u' in this edition.
fcVow we consider him quite a pa
triotic young man. What is your
When they return the fighting
men will get first consideration.
Most employers have agreed to
give them back the jobs they left
to fight to preserve—our way of
living. If this promise is kept as
it should be, then we who hcid
them now will be out of luck. So
now, while the sun is still shining,
is the time to make hay. Now is
the time to lay aside something for
a rainy day.
(Clip these instructions lor future reference.)
Public Air Raid Warning Signals
WHEN YOU HEAR
Air raids arc Two-minute steady blast of
probtiblc^ whistle, or other similar
Raiders are Intermittent warbling, or
near< short blasts of whistle, or
ether similar audible signal.
Raider* n-»es. Two niinute steady blast of
but may uluiil whlstle’ or °ther sim““
Raiders are N« no siren,
gone, danger Suoc. ooiae on.
is past. (WHITE WARNING)
YOU DO AS FOLLOWS:
If a member of the Civilian Defense
forces, you remain at or proceed to your
Blackout your home, building, and non
Turn out street lights, ezeept traffic
lights, if shielded from sky glow.
If operating a motor vehicle or street
ear, you proceed at reduced speed with
caution and low beam lights.
If a worker, you remain at your job.
If a Civilian Defense worker, remain at
Blackout all lights.
If operating a street car or bus, stop;
passengers take shelter or disperse.
If operating a car, stop, park at curb,
turn out your lights.
If a member of the Civilian Defense
forces, you remain at your post.
** Mrc!:out of your home, building,
and non-essential lights continues. Only ;
traffic lights go on, if shielded from sky |
If operating a motor vehicle or street
car. you may resume travel at reduced j,
speed with caution and low beam lights.
If a worker, you resume your job. Every
one moves with caution.
If a member of the Civilian Defense
forces, remain ON DUTX UNTIL DIS
The blackout ends; all lights may be
THE SIGNALS MAT NOT BE GIVEN IN THE ORDER LISTED ABOVE. Should the enemy ar
rive suddenly overhead, the “red warning’' signal would precede the “blue warning” signal. A
“blue” warning signal will always follow a “red" warning signal.
Discuss these signals with your friends so that you will recognize them and know their meaning.
Emergency vehicles should be properly marked so that they may be identified by air raid wardens
In case of daytime air raids, the same instructions apply except for blackout provisions.
Obey orders and instructions ol police and Civilian Defense authorities.
Approved, Commanding General, Se.entb Service Command. Omaha. Nebraska.
Director. Seventh Defense Region 0. C. D.
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-USE THE OMAHA
GUIDE as a medium of
V. S. Marine Corps Photo
WASHINGTON, D. C. — Going
up the hard way is this young lady
Marine, member of the Marine
Corps Women’s Reserve, whose
motto seems to be, “Anything a
man can do, we can do." This girl
proves it by taking over a line*,
man’s ioh. .
HIDES IN HOLE
TACOMA. WASH. — Soundphoto
—Robert Cecil Valkenberg, shown
behind Detective C. 0. Rolfson, is
shown emerging: from the hole un
der the first floor of his home,
where he has hidden since Decem
ber 7, 1941. When America en
tered the war, Valkenberir is said
to have dug: the hideaway at nipht,
in order to hide from the draft.
EASE THAT ITCH SUCCESSFULLY.
Don’t bear the torments of eczema
another day. Do as thousamds of
happy people have—use Poslam for
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when Itching Is worse, one applica
tion of this CONCENTRATED
ointment brings soothing comfort
and lets you sleep. 18,000,000
packages sold during 35 years show
It must be good. Recommended by
many doctors. Sold from coast to
coast. Only 50c at all druggists.
TIAVE you tried Alka-Selt
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Sour Stomach, “Morning
After" and Cold Distress t
If not, why not? Pleasant,
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\ Thirty cents and Sixty
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514 N. 16™ ST.
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**■ Pain Pill often relieves
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2324 North 24th St. WE. 1029
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