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SS ALLIANCE TO HOLD
The Sunday School Alliance will
hold their regular meeting at the
Church of Living od. 1916 North
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HATTIE JOHNSON, Poro
24th St. Sunday, eFbruary 11- The
committee on Religious Education
has planned a unique program for
yocr .eiftertaNm «|t- We request
that all members and friends be
President, Mrs. Jones,
Reporter, Miss Siller Jane Childs
OMAHA BOY CELEBRATES
An Air Service Command Depot—
(Somewhere in England) Private
First Class Thurman Brooks broth
er of Delmar Brooks, 2884 Ohio St
Omaha, Nebraska, recently celebrat
ed his first anniversary of overseas
He took part in a dance and party
attended by other members of his
company who also were celebrating
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We’re glad that in spite of war shortages
you can still get Smith Bros. Cough Drops.
We ll be gladder still when Victory lets us
make all everybody needs. Smith Bros.—
Black or Menthol—still 54.
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their first year’s service in England.
He is serving with the Combat
Support Wing, the Air Service Com
mand's Crack trucking organization,
which is responsible for the storage
and transportation of bombs, am
munition and supplies for the invas
ion Air Forces.
PROPER BEAUTICIAN GOES
ON A VACATION.
Mrs- Lee Walker, wife of Mr.
Lee Walker, 2422 Wirt Street, has
gone to visit her daughter and son
-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Con
well and grandson. Thomas, of Oak
land, California. She left January
25, 1945- Mrs. Walker is a very ac
tive member of St. John AME.
Church, a member of Princess Ozal
Number 11, Eastern Star. Past
Worthy Matron and now assistant
secretary and one of the grand trus
tees. After visiting several weeks
with her daughter, she plans to go
to Los Angeles, California to visit
her two nieces, Miss Elynar and
Lillian Russell. Miss Elynar is a
registered nurse and Miss Elynar
has a position with the government.
Both are doing nicely. After vis
iting a few days with her nieces, she
will leave for San Francisco to vis
it friends there. From Frisco, she
will go to Phoenix, Arizona to visit
an uncle, Mr. Sam Collins, who she
has not seen for many years- From
there, she will make her way home
to the gateway city of the west, O
Friends wish and pray for her a
very pleasant vacation and a safe re
Mrs- Leola Jones, of 2866 Grant
street, has just returned from San
Antonio. Texas, where she visited
with her father who has been ill for
some time- Enroute, she also visited
with friends and relatives in Saint
Louis- Missouri. She reports having
a very enjoyable stay while away.
Mr- and Mrs. Jones have a beautiful,
cozy litle home on Grant street and
have many friends.
Mrs. Willie Blanks of 2618 Grant
street has been suffering from arth'
ritis for many months. She is much i
improved since having # a sun porch !
attached to her home, where she can
be seen at any time.
Mrs. Veil McGill of Gallatin, Mo.
is visiting her son Victor McGill of
2511 Caldwell St- She assures us
that she will be in Omaha for the
next six weeks, as she likes our city
We regret to know that Rev
Reynolds of 2808 Seward street has
pneumonia, but are very glad that he
is getting along nicely.
Mrs. Chas. Abrams of 1814 North
28th St., has been ill with the flu,
but is doing nicely now, due to Dr.
Wesley Jones, who was the attend
Mrs. Ted Morton of 2638 Frank
lin had some trouble with her eyes
and was compelled to have an oper
ation-She is doing nicely now. and
we hope for her a speedy recovery.
IT CAN BE DONE
learned from me how
I broke the whiskey spell. If alco
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and Happiness, let me tell you the
way to end the curse of Drink. Get
the answer to your Drohlem. writ*
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Columbus, 3, Ohio. Agents Wanted.
BY DEAN H. W. SMITH
The Waiters Club invites all wait
ers and friends to meet and fellow
ship at all times
The RR boys, are tapping the serv
ice on wheels.
The Fcntenelle Hotel waiters are
on the up and go at all times.
The Paxton hotel waiteis are al
ways out in front.
The Regis Hotel and White Horse
Inn Waiters are always headlines
Blackstone hotel waiters serving
with a smile.
1943 should be a banner year on
improved service among all waiters
Mr. Wm- Mitchell sponsored «
beautiful party at the Marcel’s cafe
on January 29th
The table decorations and very
lovely colors were of the latest de
sign and a lovely evening was enjoy
ed by a group of friends as Mr.
Mitchell used his very best efforts
to build up a riot of pleasure as hv,
knows how and when to produce
what it takes for pleasure and we
may look for another affair later on.
St. Lukes hospital in Chicago was
damaged by a one thousand dollar
fire January 31. «
Richard Everist of Plymouth, Ind
offered to trade 34 cartons of cigar
ettes for a milk cow.
John D. Rockefeller Jr-, called
for a church of the Living God in
Ne»v York ordinance ritual and creed
will be non-essential for admission.
Burglars looted service station in
Lincoln, Nebraska Tuesday nigh:,
January 3 and got $1100- Police be
lieve it was down by professional
George D. Preston of Anamosa,
Iowa, was fined $600 and costs b>
Judge Henry N. Graves in Cedar
Rapids, Iowa January 30th for an
overcharge on a used car.
Fred Bresler a section boss of
Orleans. Nebr-, has sued the Burl
ington RR for $100,000. He alleg
es that he received permanent injur
ies in a fall February 9, 1944 at Mi
An over-heated stove started a
fire and destroyed a portion of the,
farmers lumbers company in Ogal'
la, Nebr., Jan. 31.
Read The Omaha Guide.
Governor O'Connor of Maryland
urged the State legislature to repeal
the 40 year old jim crow law.
A flock of blue birds appeared in
Peekskill, New York Sunday, I'ebr.
Street car strike in Mexico City
ended Saturday, February 3rd
Two suspects were held by- the O*
maha police for the slaying of a
man in a North 16th St., tavern
A small dog stopped a 400 pound
bear from attacking a man by biting
him near Great Falls. Mont. Sunday
13 persons were injured in a Penn.
RR collision near Vanwert. Ohio,
Sunday, February 4th.
Read the Omaha Guide for all the
I he Poll tax repeal bill passed by
the lower house of the Georgia leg
islature was held up for the lack of
Mayor P. H. LaGuardia of New
York City told residents of the city
‘rw i1 \ )i°oC/(5xj
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that the coal situation was very ser
Kansas City, Mo-, Court house
very much in need of repairs and the
county judge reports no funds avail
Mrs. Sigma Hutten read the last
letter from her son written in the
old Bailey jail at Cambridge, Mass.
She was in Boston, Mass
Negro History Week Feb. 11 to
18. We should all contribute an
NEGRO HISTORY WEEK
by H. W- Smith
After Columbus discovered Amer
ica there were some skeletons dug up
on the coast of the Isthmus of Pan
ama- When examined they were
found to be skeletons of Africans.
There were Negro soldiers in the
Revolutionary war and also in serv
ice on gun boats.
Fred Douglass started the first
Sunday School for Colored children
under a tree in Maryland.
A Colored man owner of an oyst
er house in New York loaned James
Gordon Bennett the famous newspa
per man of New York $10,000 at
Wright Cuney a Colored politician
of Texas was appointed Collector of
Ports at Galveston, by President
J- T. Jenifer one of the first grad
uates of Wilber force wrote a history
of the AME Church
Mrs. Emma Ransom, wife of
Bishop Ransom sponsored and built
a home for orphan girls in New
The first Baptist Church of Little
Rock, Ark., will celebrate the one
hundreth anniversary April 15 to the
23, 1945, the Church has had only 4
Gov. Tanner of Illinois organized
an all Negro regiment that was in
service in the Spanish American war
J. A. Booker was the first Presi
dent of the Arkansas Baptist Col
lege in Little Rock, Arkansas.
J- Milton Turner of Mo-, was ap
pointed Minister to Liberia by Pres
ident Grover Cleveland.
T- Thomas Fortune was appointed
by President Theodore Roosevelt to
represent the U. S. in the Phillipine
Frederick Douglass was the first
Negro appointed as Registrar of the
Deeds of the District of Columbia.
President Lincoln contended for
Equal Rights for the Negro- His
visit to New Orleans, La-, as he look
ed at the sale of Negro slaves and
he made a remark “If he was ever
fortunate enough to be President of
the U- S. he would eliminate slavery.
And when he made his first' political
speech at Sterling, 111-, he made
mention of abolishing slavery and he
was challenged by Stephen A- Doug
las for a debate on the slavery is
sue and he made it known that he
was very much against slavery and
no nation should permit it.
MUSE DRAMA GUILD
The Muse Drama Guild Players
under able direction of Mr- Ryland
E- Melford will open its 1945 season
with two one-act plays, “The Whit
tlen,” and “Dinner for Two.” is to
be presened to Mr- and Mrs- Public
and the younger generation sometime
during the early part of March. 1945
So if you enjoy Drama and wish to
see it at its best, don’t fail to watch
for the announcing date, time and
place and see tese two rollicking
plays of mirth, laughter and- gaiety
Nebraska vegetable growers be
tween the ages of lp and 21 are eli
gible to compete for $6,000 in a
wards in the production-marketing
contest of the National Junior Veg
etable Growers Association, it was
announced today. ■».
Outling how boys and girls could
share in the scholarship awards pro
vided in the nation-wide contest
by the Great Atlantic and Pacific
Tea Company, Donald Mowery of
Terre Haute, Ind-, president of the
juinor growers, and Prof- Grant B.
Snyder Junior growers' advisory
chairman, joined in stressing the
need for efficient production and
‘Just as we have had to employ
efficient methods vto increase war
time food production,” Prof. Snyder
reported, "it will be essential for to
morrow’s vegetable growers to know
what to grow, how to grow it and
how to market quality produce.
Winners in the 1944 contest of our
association proved that better meth
ods pay dividends whether utilized
i backyard gardens or in commer
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cial acreages of vegetable crops.”
Awards for the fifth annual con
test include a national championship
of $500, four regional awards of $200
sectional scholarships of $100 and
Contest leaders urged early enrol
lment because a study course preced
es the actual vegetable production by
each contestant- Entry blanks can
be obtained by writing to Prof.
Grant Snyder, head of the Depart
ment of Olericulture, 103 French
Hall, Massachusetts State College
International Workers Order
80 Fifth Are4 New York, NY.
January 24, 1945
Mr. Dave Klein,
Dear Local Secretary:
During the week of February *11
to 18th our country will observe
Negro History Week. This is a
very important occasion. The bir
thdays of Abraham Lincoln and that
great Negro fight. for freeom,
Freerick Douglass, fall during this
The American Negro has made so
many contributions to America that
Negro history is American history.
The Negro helped build the roads,
railways and buildings. Important
contributions have been made to in
dustiy, agriculture and science by
such men as George Washington
Carver, to education by Booker T
Washington, to music by James Wei
don Johnson, Marian Anderson
Paul Robeson, to sports by Joe Lou
is, Jesse Owens and many others
The contributions of the Negro peo
ple are the property of all Americ
Yet. the Negro people in this war
still suffer from Jim Crow and job
discrimination and other forms 01
oppression. We have begun to real
ize that the future of American de
mocracy depends on the elimination
of this oppression and the complete
integration of the Negro people in
every phase of American life.
We suggest that during the month
of February, your lodge should ar
range some observance of this week.
You may turn one of your regulai
lodge meetings into such an observ
ance, or you could arrange a special
meeting on the history and problems
of the Negro people.
In almost every community there
is now functioning a local Negro
Histotfy Committee- Please get in
touch with this Committee to help
you plan the meeting. Invite a
speaker from the Committee. In
vite people from the Negro Com
munity to your observance.
Where no such Committee exists,
get in touch with the progressive
Negro leaders in your community
Wherever possible a public meeting
should be organized. We also sug
gest a film progi'am showing the
contributions of the Negroes to the
In a few- days you will receive an
outline in bulletin form on Negro
History Week. You will also re
ceive copies of a special folder on
Negro recruiting. A pamphlet on
the struggle for Negro Rights, by
Max Bedacht is being prepared
We hope that your lodge will put
forth its best effort in this under-,
Gen’l. Org. Director
BENEFITS AND PENSIONS
The Northwestern Bell Telephone
Company announced today that em
ployees of the Company who are on
military leave of absence from the
Company will receive a rate of pay
-when they return to work which will
be the same as if they had worked
continuously with the Company in
the jobs they held when they left fot
military service. This means that
the rate of pay those on military ab
sence from the Company receive
when they return to employment
with the Company will include all
general wage increases which are
made during their absence as well as
those normal wage progression in
creases which they would have re
ceived if they had stayed at work in
the same job- This arrangement
will apply retroactively to all em
ployees who have already returned
from military service to employment
with the Company. This promise
was reached in negotiations between
the Company and the Northwestern
Union of Telephone Workers.
The announcement received here
! also states that the Company’s prac
tice in regard to its personnel now
on military leave of absence who re
[ turn to the employment of the Com
pany is that the entire period ot
their leave is counted as service un
der the Company’s benefit and pen
sion plan. The period of service
wit hthe Company has a definite
bearing on the amount of pensions
and benefits for sickness, accident
and death- This provision also ap
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