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DESTROY GERMAN MINES ON GERMAN SOIL—In a driving snow storm somewhere in
Germany two Negro engineers of the 375th General Service Regiment manipulate rope that will
letonate Nazi teller mines. These soldiers are removing Der Fuehrer’s railroad trackage for use
elsewhere. (U. S. Signal Corps Photo from BPR.)
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GOVERNOR GRISWOLD TO SEND
20,000 PERSONAL LETTERS TO
I RGING NEED FOR WAC
MEDIC AL, SI RGIC'AL ASST/S
Lincoln, Nebraska,—(Special) —
Governor Dwight Griswold an
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nounced he was sending aprorimate
ly 20,000 Nebraska women a pers
onal appeal to serve as WAC med
ical or surgical assistants to aid
the country's war-wounded at the
Army general hospitals.
The governor's personal letter to
"give these boys the patient, skill
ful and understanding care they
have bled for' gave direct support
to his recent proclamation declar
ing a state of emeregncy in Nebras
ka until the state enlists its min
imum quota of four platoons dur
ing the WAC 'Purple Heart" cam
paign. The women will care for
sick and wounded soldiers at Fitz
simons General hospital, Denver,
“Women who serve in hospitals
have a special place in the hearts of
all of us—especially the soldiers
they serve.” Governor Griswold
wrote the women. “The art of heal
ing bodies and minds has always re
quired a woman's touch. (In army
hospitals) women like yourself are
feeding the helpless, seeing for the
sightless, writing letters for the
armless, keeping medical care rec
ords.a multitude of things a
woman does better than a man.
"You’ll receive invaluable train
ing, a chance to develop your skill
for a post-war career, and a pref
erence in post-W'ap opportunities",
Accepted applicants for the Ne
braska “Purple Heart" platoons
will be sent to Fort Oglethorpe,
(la, for basic training, then to an
Army Medical Technician school
for six weeks. After this training
1 the applicant w'ill be assigned with
her platoon of other enlisted Ne
braska women ti Fitzsimons Gen
In his letter, Governor Griswold
asked women interested in the
"Purple Heart” plan to communi
THE LITTLE MAN
WHO'S ALWAYS THERE
Here’s an “inside” picture of that great little home
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... to make living more convenient ... in these busy
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The Omaha Guide
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Entered as Second Class Matter March 15, 1927
at the Post Office at Omaha, Nebraska under
Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
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From Winrhrll'H Mirror Column
(Copyright 1943 by Harry Singer
65 W. 45th Street, New York City)
To help keep America from
being destroyed by some of the
children of the very people who
built her into the strongest and
richst country in the world.
Have you ever stopped to ponder. ..
why some "AMERICANS" have so
that it’s from our very own neigh
bors that our ciuntry must be
Didn't the Puritans found America
. .to escape from persecution but
didn't they quickly make the Quak
ers the object of retribution?
When the early Dutch first settl
ed here in the land called ‘of the
Weren't they labeled “dirty for
eigners" by our Indians, on a spree
But the Dutch, they were a hardy
lot they quietly settled down.
They went about their business
and established New York town.
The Irish .fighting the British,
heard some exciting news that A
merica welcomed all comers, with
or without their shoes.
Many sons of Erin soon set sail. ..
...westward across the ocean but
werent they often badly beaten.
for their “foreign" religious devo
The Latins, the Slavs, the Ary
ans, the Jews.soon discovered
with great elation
that making their homes in the U.
S.A.was like a permanent vaca
When the Negroes joined our
swelling hordes.to add their rac
of al the people landing here.
they alone were brought in chains.
Then our Civil War unshackled
them and disproved a master race
that blacks and whites are equals
.is a fact even scientists nov
Thus, we’ve built our America
rich and strong.with tolerance
as our basis
Your own ancestors would he the
first.to call it God’s oasis.
But some "Americans” forget all
this....and keep their hatreds a
flame when trouble arises, they
look around.for another religion
The Nazis know this all too well
.it's the one thing that can I ck
So they’ve planted “divide and
conquer” here.in our weakest
spot....they’ve kicked us.
In Gentile ears they've steadily
whispered. that our enemies are
Thy’ve egged on all good Protes
tants.the Catholics to accuse.
They would set the Negroes a
gainst the whites....the rich against
They know that class and relig
ious hate.is a most irreslstable
Those whispers you hear are
Nazi lies they prove America’s
They're Germany's one last des
perate hope against a giant she
Wise Blacks and Whites know
all too well that it’s “STICK
TOGETHER” or a post-war hell.
That's why Jews and Gentiles
fight side by side.to knock off
Hitler and Hirohito as well
America still has one terrible ioe
.it’s the toughest that she faces
It's those gullible, misguided
“PATRIOTS”. Who hate all other
creeds and races
So our country’s greatest danger
lies.not from robot bombers,
It comes right from within our
selves. ...from our racial and relig
Remember how Prance fell part
in a month.from fifth column
ists she never sighted?
Mightn't France have avoided
catastrophe.if her people had
The Nazis have been pulling
their same old tricks.to sell YOU
the hate of your neighbor.
America's future depends on
YOU.can YOU resist Hitler's
YET US NEVER FORGET THIS
IMPORTANT FACT.AS WE
LOOK FOR SOMEONE TO ABUSE;
IN THE LAST TEN YEARS,
HITLER'S HOKUM HAS KILLED
..MORE WHITES THAN
BLACKS.MORE CHRISTIANS j
cate directly with his office, P.O.
Box 317, Statehouse, Lincoln,' Neb.
CAUTION IN BEER LICENSING
URGED BV C. E. SANDALL
Careful consideration of the qual
ifications demanded by the Nebr
aska liquir control act for all who
are licensed to retail alcoholic bev
erages in this state is requested in
a leter sent to mayors and council
men this week by State Director
Charles E. Sandall of the Nebraska
Committee, United States Brewers
Noting that new and renewal ap
plications for the license year be
ginning May 1 soon will be receiv
ed by local governing bodies, Mr.
Sandall writes that "passing upon
these applications is an important
matter, both to your community
and to the brewing industry." He
declares "the brewing industry de
sires that licenses be granted only
to those who hy their past records
have shown a proper regard for
public interest, and the desire and
ability to comply with the law in
Mr. Sandall calls special atten
tion ti Sections 27, 28, and 99 of the
liquor control act, dealing with
beer retailer qualifications, and
concludes, “Strict adherence to
these provisions, and strict enforce
ment of all provisions of the law
after licenses ape issued will give
this state the soundest method of
handling alcoholic beverages, and
will aid in the promotion of the
health, safety, and welfare of the
citizens of this state. To this end
the Nebraska Committee stands
pledged to render support and as
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Dry Ingredient! liquid Ingredients
2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 8 tablespoons water
1 cup sugar 3 eggs and 1 egg yolk, unbeaten
2 teaspoons baking powder 1 egg white, beaten with I tablespoon
15,2 teaspoons salt water
1 cup Spry
I tablespoon grated orange rind
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... Drop in Spry and grated orange rind.
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PVT. JOSEPH H. JONES WOULD
LIKE TO H EAK I'IIONI HONIE
TO NVN ITIIENIIS
Pvt. Joseoh H. Jones 7802,
2300th- QM Trk Co.,
Kelly Field, Texas.
Omuhnii .Stationed at Sun
Antonio. Kelly Field, Texas
Pfc. Oran Cullors, caled 'to serv
ice, March 23, 1943, and leported to
Leavenworth, Kansas for process
ing and assignment to Kesly Field
(Boloxi, Miss.) for basic training
and to Fopt Frances E. Warring,
(Cheyenne, Wyoming) to motor op
eration school for S weeks. Finish- j
ed with a skilled rating in Motor
Operation and assigned to the Mot- ■
or Tool of the Crack 4907 Base j
Unit Kelly Field, (San Antonio, 1
In keeping v.-ith c vil'an i•< s:r
oils and mil tarv ;vy:gnmer.ts, we i
are glad that Pfc Cullors was em
ployed (prior to induction by) the
Watson Brothers Motop Transport
ation Company as a mechanic at the
Omaha branch, Omaha, Neh’-asika.
Pfc. Culors wishes to hear from
his old friends of the old Home
Town. Keep him reading, he says.
PS.—To the Editor:
I, Pfc. Oran Cullors, wish to be
come a Serviceman subscriber fop
The OMAHA GUIDE, for your con
tribution to servicemen of Omaha.
Address—Pfc. Oran Cullors,
4907 Base Unit. (Avn)
Kelly Field, Texas.
PS. there is quite a number of
Omaha men here and I will be get
ting little testimonies from them
as often as I can catch up with
Pvt. Joseph H. Jones.
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