The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, July 14, 1945, Page 2, Image 2
JIM STEELE BY MELVIN TAPLE■ 1 -- MEJIPPOW63 OFFICER m> JUETEAlDTMAT MB BELIEVED <EPARI<V<RJIM APB REALLY gLlTZO'^FRJEON' ERE WHEN HELENA BAKER BOMBS cor IN ORIENTAL PRBRBANP—/ cciuriwEMrAt ccAToges r\ MUST REPORT TO IMPERIALV^-A R0QV'ISBFJN&READIEpI»kENCARE0F/f>B6Hr/WTV£ INTELLIGENCE AS SOON AShI FORWU, MISS SAITO-YOUR <1l HOPE HE DOESN'T) ALLOOT10 POSSI RLE ujr~. C FRIENDS WILL BE TAKEN CARE) MEAN WHAT ITHINKIBE C4EERX' |/ 7CERTAINLXMISSA of AND MML re ABLE TO /HEP0K/^Y4HiAOTM«i» ' V (MISS—? CONTACT INTELLIGENCE ,/LAYS SOME HEAVY M3S >====)/ /J| '-TVTOMORROvVy JIVE...H0PESHE6AN^yWJ Mrs. Murrell of 2304 North 29th St. attended Salem Baptist Church last Sunday night. They heard a wonderful sermon by the preacher. Everyone enjoyed the services very much. You are always welcome to Salem Baptist Church. We have good preaching at all times. Come out and enjoy the services with us. Mrs. Williams of 5703 So. 33rd has a nice home. She has been a widow for many years. She stays busy doing little things. Mrs. Minnie Taylor of 2117 North 28th St. reports that she is very busy these days with her garden and taking care of her home. Mrs. Taylor says that she can find some thing to do at all times. Every time I stop to rest I am com* pelled to go to work again. - *.. CHEERFUL “CHAPPIE”--— - r HEXES VOUR NEW OUTFIT, W you ^ SOT. 3S 19ET'CHUM NEXT Roowy-\— -rfj r CAN'T 'rfOU NOTWINS WRONG G-1VEF ME WITH IT t WWW, A Different, tW&tsuiy Frrs suiys tou uke a * GrLOVH! --- < I WANT ONE THAT FITS ME UKH A SUIT! LITTLE MAGNOLIA w x hear YOU I SAW THE L\ SCHOOL PLAY | KV YESTEROAY, m\HAGHOUA! Hr=BUT X ONLY SftVJ THE ■ FIRST ACT OF THE PLAY iL NOT THE SECONOi couldn’t Wait THAT LONG’. XT SftIP ON PROGRPlM XHPTT THE" ^ SECOND «CT took PcfStP .1 TWOYfARS^ERl j HUCKLEBERRY FINN i - ■ _ . VET-5 60 OpTrtE Hi Lo. Hi VEE. RWER ftHD See. Hi VUttPT Ton?/ TWPV TeE . \F Trt& CjOCK IS W\ LOOP/ ToOPT ToOP'l TRDVEToe . 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J.—Iron ing out a few difficulties with his cigarette lighter is Corporal Carl F. Evans, 614 Algor Street, De troit, Michigan. Scene is arts and crafts shop at AAF Redistribution Station No. 1, returnee headquar ters. Veteran of 11 months in New Guinea, Evans is enjoying th« many recreational possibilities hers while awaiting a further Air Fores assignment. (Official Army Ail Forces photo from Bureau of Pub lie Relations.) . COPS WON’T HELP DO JOB . The fallacy of the idea that the answer to these statements that the white man has made the Negro what he is- They will contend vigorously that white children are orse than our on an average; they will cite figures to prove that more juvenile delin quency exists in poor white neigh borhoods on a percentage basis than is present in the all-Negro communi ty. They glibly say (and the spread of such theories is having an op posite and regretable effect among Selective Serfice Boards in Negro commusities- The number of 4-F Ne iig a living themselves, that they compete for parental attention Other children are being reared and treated as adults instead of as what they are- The consequences of this is seen in the vulgar conceptions of sex, and the ready acceptance of various forms of depravity- The in stability of the mental outlook among olr youngsters can be clearly discern ed from a study of the records of groes of 18 years of age and over is appalling. There are many Negroes of great learning and standing who will say in ojoiu oj38\j 3^ smoj|b new ajnjM freedom, then will be the time to the Negro masses) that when the straighten out this and that- Mean while prisons throughout the land arq showing an alarmingly high per centage of Negroes incarcerated. Thp street corners, the poolrooms, candy stores, theatre lobbies, ginmills dance halls, alleys asd gaming rooms are being filled with our neglected yousg people, both boys and girls, busy weaving the net that will en snare the whole raie before long Mrs. Givens of 2725 Seward St. has been confined to her bed for about seven weeks but she reports that she is somewhat improved at the present. Mrs. Givens is a great ' lover of the Guide and wants her paper regular. She says don’t fail to send it. Mr. Hilton of 5710 So. 33rd was taken sick very suddenly. He doesn’t seem to know the trouble. He began to chill all of a sudden and was com pelled to go to bed. eloTiJiervy &>/?• 'VVh&t Joec, vapita/'Vo for me? / > A FAIR QUESTION What advantage is there to t worker in the so-called “capital istic system”? Any? He has to give his boss part oi his labor. What does he get in return besides pay? If the worker were in business for himself, he might have to pay rent of $2 or $3 a day for his shop. And he might have to pay S2 a day interest on money for machinery and tools and interest on money to Duy raw materials. Also, he would have to invent something to r-dl, rod find a way to sell it. These are the things which a worker gets from “capital” in return for the fraction of his day which he is working for his ! employer. Employers and workers both give something to and get some* thing from each other. There’* bo real reason they shouldn’t get along fine. 17 Satisfied Customers You fire Next 17 Satisfied customers in Bedford Park Additions Let us build that new home for you. We usej only skilled workmen and the very best of ma j terial at pre-war prices, with three government! inspections. j 1 Realty Improvement j COMPANY I 342 ELECTRIC BLDG / Phone JA 7718 or JA-1620 l Omaha, Nebraska I \ Do you suffer from hard of hearing and head noises caused by catarrh of the head? WRITE US NOW for proof of the good results our simple home treatment has accomplished for a great many people. Many past 70 report hearing fine and head noises gone. Nothing to wear. Send today for proof end 30 days trial offer. No obligations! THE ELMO COMPANY, Dept. 516 • Davenport, Iowa j ADVERTISEMENT JIM SPRINGER BETTER KNOWN AS THE VAMP Mr. Jim Springer, better known as the vamp at one time was the fashion plate of South 13th St. and a great mixer among his people is now at the corner of 11th and Jackson with E. H. Camel. Headquar ters for those Red, Mellow Meat Watermelons, also Remember the location, 11th and Jackson. Mr. Jim Springer is in charge from 10 P. M. to 5 A . M., so if you’re out for a drive and you want some high Home Grown Strawberries and many other high class vegetables or fruit just stop by 11th and Jack son and see Mr. Jim Springer. Ja-9318. We are at your service 24 hours per day. class vegetables. Open all night. Stop by, we never close. For information about stock on hand call Ay. A A A A A A A A ^ A ■* *-*--*- -*■ - "UUOTtS OF THE WEEK | “Veterans of this war are go ing to run the country.”—Pres. Truman to wounded GIs in Port j land, Ore. “We had seven more bands than Kansas City!”—Proud boast of Abilene, Kan., Gen. Ike’s home town, in re. its Eisenhower Day. “The best defense of the Amer ican system of business is an understanding of it.” — Stanley High, editor. “Each individual worker must be free to produce as much per working hour as his ingenuity, energy and skill make possible.” — DeWitt Emery, Pres. Nat’l. Small Businessmen’s Assn. “Love is blind. You can’t change human nature.” — U. S. Sen. Capehart, Ind., back from Europe, on non-fraternisation order. “Non-fraternization Is the bunk!”—Pvt. Walter Dervin, 31, Goshen, Ind., just back, in re. same. Men for General Warf.house Work We are essential Industry Omaha Paper Stock Co. JA-0159 18th & Marcy Milk Production The record high numbers of milk cows in farm herds in 1944, produc ing at the lowest rate per cow in half a dozen years, turned out the second largest volume of milk in the nation’s history, the Extension Serv ice reports. New & Used Furniture Complete Line—Paint Hardivare We Buy, Sell and Trade IDEAL FURNITURE MART 2511-13 North 24th— 24th & Lake —WEbster 2224— “Everything For The Home" naac^=]QGaa[=iaannt=innn King Yuen Cafe • CHOP SUEY— 2010% Sf. 24th St. JAckson 8.'»7« Open from 2 p m until 3 a m. AMERICAN Jt CHINESE DISHES QE==1[^=]D-._ iF==ir= □DRINKING IT CAM BE DONE! Thousands hart learned from me how I broke the whiskey spell. If alco hol is rotting your Home, Health and Happiness, let me tell you thy way to end the curse of Drink. Get the answer to your problem, writ# NEWTON, Dept. CPl, P- O. Box 861> Hollywood California. 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