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By H. W. Smith
Many RR boys in the city every
day and they are very much out in
front on appearance and good behav- ■
ior as they are serving on wheels
with a smile.
The Omaha Club waiters with Capt
Earl Jones and Mr. Virgil Shobe,'
and Mr. Harry Frazier and Mr.
Frank Buford are tops on fine ser
vice at all times.
Mr. Gip Gordon and the waiters at
the Hill hotel are on the up and go
at all times.
The Fontenelle hotel waiters are
on the job on quick service and how!
King ¥uen Cafe
• CHOP SUEY—
2010'/2 N. 24th St. JAckson 8576
.Open from 2 p. m. Until 3 a. m.
American & Chinese Dishes
i; Meet Your Friends
I MYRTIS’ 1
:; - 2229 LAKE— i;
II formerly Rabes Buffett
jj BEER & LIQUORS
“Always A Place to
i| ‘ Park”’
f 11 illfi mTTi i i i i i fiTm m fit nun m fu m m
PAGE BOY WIGS
Improve your appearance. For style,
glamour, attractiveness, wear Page
Boy Attachment. Price $2.89, 50c ex
tra for gray hair. If COD. postage
extra. We supply Wigs, Braids, Svt
ches, Bobs, Curls. Write: National
Hair Company, 254 West 135th St.,
New York, (30).
Are you a member of tb>'. Naacp?
The Paxton hotel waiters are tak
ing care of the service in a very fine
The two front doormen at the Ath
letic club are doing a very fine job
as one of them is a ver\^ fast^ ^
ball mixer, rolling on the ground and
the other one enjoyed a vacation with
his lovely wife in the little town on
the lake called Chicago.
The Rome hotel waiters are im
proving on the service ta all times.
The waiters at the Blackstone hotel
are up to the minute on fine service ,
at all times.
Read The Omaha Guide
THE WEEK. ..
The fine concert sponsored by the
Usher board of Clair Chapel church
at the Elks hall on last Thursday ev
ennig July 13 was attended by a very
U. S. army lifts the ban on Colored
nurses and we hope to see many more
Bishop W. C. Martin of the Meth
odist church moved from Omaha to
Federal Judge E. Marvin Under
wood, oked teachers equal salary in
Paradise Baptist Church closed a
very successful Bible institute Friday
evening, July 14th.
Rumor has it that Joe Louis and
Billy Conn will fight sometime later
A ship load of evacuees from Lon
don were refused shelter and return
ed to I.ondon, Friday July 14th.
The concert given by Mrs. Evan ora
Mills and Mr. Charles Washington
on Sunday afternoon, July 15 a- S'.
John’s AME. church was well at.end
A V*. Shotwell, Nebraska's Nvion
al Republican Committeeman state!
Nebraska’s goal for eampa.cn rund'
is one hundred and twenty-f;ve thou
When in Lincoln
Ice Cream Parlor
Located between 18th & 19th
on ‘P’ Street
“Music unth your Refreshments"
2410 LAKE STREET JA-9175
I lours from 12 P. M. to 12 A. M.
Friday only 12 P. M. to 5 P. M.
Start 12 Midnight each Friday till 4 A. M.
“Bowl for Health” I
ITS A 8IG BARREL—
but we're scraping bottom /
Since the National Defense program began in
[1940, the Bell System telephones in service have
increased by over 4million.
But there's no more new equipment now. The
Army and Navy have first call on that. That's why
We can't fill civilian orders as fast as we'd like.
As we scrape the bottom of the barrel, we're trying
hard to make what we have do the best possible job
* Stretching switchboards to make room for,
more lines and calls.
» Making former one-party lines serve two or
• Reconditioning all serviceable facilities and
putting them to use.
Nobody likes to stand in line. But it's different
when the line forms behind our fighting men.
WOKTHWESTEtN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY
jy jj. Attack with War Bondi—Bor Mora Than Baton
Lane Whitefield of Council lY'.trfs
was killed near Creston, !o\va Fr:'iay
July 14th by an electric wire carrying
Mrs. Helen YVesherer of Morris
town. Pa., was sentenced to prison ir.
Munsy, Pa., for shooting her hus
Gov. Griswold in a speech at Ger
ing, Nebraska Friday, July 14, prais
ed the pioneers of Nebraska of the
North Platte’s half century club also
Supreme Court Justice Robert L.
Simmons and urged the support of
American institutions and ideals of
Mrs. Helen McDermott Creiger
was sentenced to prison by Judge
Gordon Thomson at Los Angeles,
Calif., for child theft.
Six persons were killed in a fire in
a Denver, Colo., amusement park last
Sunday, July 16th.
Read the Omaha Guide and get
the latest news!
Tropical storm warnings were
flashed on the North Carolina and
Virginia coast Sunday, July 16th.
Ballroom at Krug park destroyed
by fire Monday morning July 17.
U. S. Senator Gillette of Iowa raps
4th term and says he never has made
it a secret where he stands.
Gov. Dewey had a round table talk
with Congressman from Maine and
New Hampshire at a luncheon at the
executive mansion in Albany, N. V..
Monday, July 17th.
One of Father Divine’s subjects
paid a hospital bill of $2114.00 in San
Francisco. She said it was Father
Divine who turned her ways into the
The GOP Convention
To our way of thinking the Repub
lican Convention in Chicago was the
best one to meet the condtiions of
these times. Agreeing on two of thi
very best men 1 One from the Em
pire state and the other from the
Buckeye state and a great demonstra
tion of the approval of what was hop
ed to be accomplished and some of
the items in the platform that the
colored race asked for and we notice
the very important ones are very
plainly stated. Now we. should give
all our very best support and be a
good spoke in the Republican wheel
LOCAL NEWS l
FIRST MISSION OF THE GOD
Prophet Hess, Pastor
Ora Robinson. Reporter
We just closed a joyful meeting of
the Lord’s, conducted for ten days bv
Mother Mattie Lenord of St. Louis
The spirit of God is Right. Toe
wonderful it is for words of how Gor
is blessing our people through our
Prophet. Every meeting gets be*t|ij
and something new is learned about
the Lord. God is Love and truly our
Prophet has been sent by God to de
liver His people. Services Sunday
night, preaching and messages. Tues
day healing of all kinds of diseases.
Nothing is impossible with God. Mes
sages if desired. Thursday night,—
blessing and messages. You can't a
fford to miss any of these services.
We are happy to have our pastor’s
son still in our midst and we are ex
pecting Mr. H. Homer Swader, Jr.,
eldtst son of prophet Hess on the 25,
who is a student of Wislon Junior
college of Chicago. All nations are
welcome, 2734 Blondo St., AT. 6508.
SUMMER FETE .
A “Summer Fete” will be given by
the Usher Board of Zion Baptist
Church, July 3ff, 1944 at the North
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Pains — U for 2H, 12* /N
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PILOTS FOR B-25 BILLY MITCHELL BOMBERS
The latest crop of student officers who are taking their transition training on B-25 Billy Mitchell
medium bombers at Mather Field, Calif. Left to right, front row: Lieutenants B. H. Lyle, C. E. Darnell,
Ahmed A. Rayner, Jr., C. King, H. R. Alexander. G. H. Kydd III, R. W. Hayes, and Flight Officer C. E.
Wilson. Rear row: Lieutenants V. Brashears, Jr., P. L. Moody, L. R. Shults, W. C. Coleman, Jr.f and
A. Cousins, Jr. (Photo by Army Air Forces.)
CITATION FROM ARMY ..
A citation was presented to the
Lou Swarz chapter of the Women's
Defense Corps of America recently.
The award was made for service ren
dered by members of the WDCA to
the armed forces. of Ze*a Phi Beta sorority. Next is
Above is shown Lou Swarz receiv-Mrs. Lcxie Jackson, captain of the
ing the citation from Col. Lawrence chapter. Miss Swarz is national e
' r " chanter. Stand.ng pistolcus of the Zetas. The present
behind her is Miss Louise Reeves ation was made at the army recrea
financial secretary and Mrs. Lulalie tion center in St. Louis. (ANP)
side YWCA. Hours 3 to 7 pm. Ev
eryone is cordially invited to attend.
Rev. F. C. Williams, Pastor, Otis
LEAVE FOR HOME
Mrs. Wnr H. Luster of Memphis.
Tenn., accompanied by her son, Mr.
Charles Luster, left Monday evening
for home via Chicago, after spending
a brief but delightful vacation visit
with their daughter and sister, Mrs.
Delmer Woods, 2115 Maple Street.
EDITOR VISITS HERE.
Mrs. McGregor Jones 1233 S. Tele
machus St., New Orleans, 15, La.,
made her first visit to Omaha, which
is *he home office of the magazine of
'The Lifted Baniers,- to which she
is editor in chief. She arrived
July 2, 1944. While here in Omaha,
she was the guest of Mrs. L. Rober
son general supervisor of the Church
of God in Christ and daughter Mrs.
Ida Baker. Mrs. Jones is a teacher
at the Saints Industrial and Literary
School. She enjoyed her trip very
The official staff of the publication
is: Mother L. Roberson and L. Cof
fee, ex-officio, M. McGregor, editor
in chief; A. C. Mallory, assocaite ed
itor; B. Lott, foreign fields corres
pondent ; Ida Baker, business manager
A. McKenzie, circulation manager;
Mrs. Ida Baker, reporter.
The national of the magazine is at
2723 North 28th avenue, Omaha.
LEAVES ON TRIP
Mrs. A. Williams, of 2402 Seward
Street, left this week for Cleveland, j
Ohio, by way of Chicago, 111. From
C'evcland she will go to Oakland,
t n'ifomia for an extended stay.
METCALFE BECOMES LIEUT
New Orleans, July 18 (ANP) -
Ralph Metcalfe, famous sprinter who
ran for Uncle Sam in both the 1932
and 1936 Olympics, is now a lieuten
ant. He has just been commissioned
after graduation from the army offic
ers transportation base here.
After starring in Tilden Tech high
\ Three New Methodist-Bishops |
Bishop E. W. Kelly Bishop B. N. Brooks Bishop W. J. King
The Centred Jurisdictional Confer
ence of The Methodist Church which
met on the Bennett College campus,
Greensboro, N. C., early in June
chose three new bishops. They are
(1. to r.) Bishop Edward W. Kelly,
assigned to the St. Louis Area;
Bishop Robert N. Brooks, assigned to
the New Orleans Area, and Bishop
Willis J. King, assigned to Mon
Bishop Kelly was pastor of Union
Memorial Church, St. Louis; Bishop
Brooks for the past eight years was
editor of the Central Christian Ad
scnool in Chicago and at Marquette
university, Milwaukee, in addition to
his Olympic running, Metcalfe coach
ed five years at Xavier university
here before obtaining a leave of ab
sence to serve with the Catholic Ser
vicemen's organization prior to his
induction into the army in Los An
WOMAN to Sort Rags
Apply 320 Pierce St.
vocate; Bishop King has been presi
dent of Gammon Theological Semi
nory in Atlanta' since .1932. Bishop
King and Miss Emma C. Arnold were
married in the chapel of Gammon
Seminary in Atlanta, June 28, Bishop
Lorenzo H. King of the Atlantic
Coast Area, performing the cere
The four episcopal areas of the
Central Jurisdiction in the United
States Include 1,896 ministers, 330,
600 members and 3,115 church build
ings. There are 19 annual confer
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NEGRO COUNCIL SURVEY
SHOWS DEWEY TREND.
Chicago, 111—A poll last Friday of
220 delegates to the wartime confer
ence of the NAACP showed 132 fa
vorable votes for Dewey for presid
ent and 88 for Roosevelt, Edgar G.'
Bown, director of the National Ne
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Sometimes the week’s ironing tires
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And when I eat “not wisely but
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