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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1945)
TANKERS IN ITALY—Trainees man a light tank on the grounds
of the Armored School Detachment, Replacement and Training Com
mand, in the Naples area, Italy. Although the Boche has been
whipped, there is still the Nip to be subdued. Left to right: Pfc.
Dewey McClain, Jacksonville, Fla.; Pvt. Hulet MacHenry, Salina,
Kans., and Pfc. Lester Baker, Alexandria, La. (U. S. Army Signal
Corps photo from Bureau of Public Relations.)
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other relatives and a host ot friends.
The body lay in state in Thomas
Funeral Home until the funeral hour.
Services were held Thursday after
noon from Clair Chapel Methodist
Church with Rev. C. C. Reynolds
officiating with burial at Forest Lawn
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to all for their kind acts of
love and sympathy, the beautiful
oral tributes extended during Our re
Mr. Richard Britt of Higginsville,
Mo., who had been to Des Moines,
IowTa, stopped off in Omaha to pay a
visit to his brother, Dr. L. E. Bntt,
of 2534 Hamilton. He looked very
well and prosperous and reports that
crop conditions in Missouri are good.
Mr. and Mrs. Hill of 3113 Corby
St. have a family of 8 children, 4
girls and 4 boys. All working. It is
reported that they will go fishing on
next Friday. They are expecting to
have a good time.
The Four “C’s” Credit Union
Board of Directors elected Mr. Arthui
B. McCaw Assistant Secretary at
their meeting July 20. Mr. Edward
Fletcher is chairman; other member;
are Messrs. E. M. Forrest, A. B
Wright, C. W. Pierce, H. W. Smith
Harvey Carter and Dr. J. J. Jones.
Mr. Durward Croons, Sec.
The Tomorrow’s World Club heard
the announcement of the approach
ing marriage of their president, Miss
Dorothy Lawson, to Corporal Albert
A. Eure of the Harvard Air Base.
The Omaha Urban League is sup
ported by the Community Chest.
God’s house. Service Sunday was well
attended. Ou rpastor preached a won
derful sermon morning and night
Subject Sunday morning: “Make Be
lieve,” found in 8 Chap. Acts. I wisl
all of Omaha could have heard thi:
sermon which is good for old anc
young, rich and poor, because Got
doesn’t have respect to person. Some
of the interesting thoughts were hov
wives pretend to love husbands wher
they hate and how husbands pretenc
to love their wives and no they don’t
The same way with preachers, teach
ers and races of people. Sunday eve
ning subject was: “Joy.” Much fooc
for the Christian family. We are hav
ing a chicken dinner Saturday, Au
gust 4th, at 2734 Blondo St. on the
lawn. Other refreshments will be
served. You and your friends are
welcome, starting around 5:30 or 6
Ora Robinson, reporter.
DAUGHTER TO SPEND
VACATION WITH PARENTS
Miss Rozella Thomas, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomas of 2874
Maple St. arrived home from the
Lincoln School of Nursing, New York
City to spend her vacation with her
One of the duties of the air trans
port command chaplains is meeting
the many hospital planes that fly
from the battlefronts to hospitals
and rest camps back in the United
States. In all kinds of weather and
at all hours of the day and night,
the ATC chaplain is on hand with
the flight surgeon and nurse to serve
the spiritual needs of the wounded
men and wish them Godspeed to
the next stop on their journey
Mrs. Euia Gilliam, age 58, diec
Sunday evening after an extended
illness at her home, 2724 Ohio St.
She had lived in this community 20
j years and was a cateress and served
some of the best families of Omaha,
j Mrs. Gilliam was a faithful worker in
| Clair Chapel Methodist Church and
served in various offices in the church.
She is survived by one daughter, Mrs.
Marie Robinson, one of Omaha’s pop
ular beauticians, a son, Mr. Vernon
Meredith, Fort Worth, Texas; five
sisters, Mrs. L. N. Bums, Austin,
Texas, Mrs. Frances Merida, Los An
geles, Calif., Mrs. Lettie Robinson,
' Marin City, California, Mrs. O. R.
Lott, Austin, Texas, Mrs. Corrine Ben
nett, Los Angeles, California, three
brothers, Mr. Frank Madison, Fort
Worth, Texas, Mr. Harry Madison,
Austin, Texas, Mr. Charles Madison,
St. Louis, Missouri; five grandchil
dren, Miss Altha Louise Robinson,
Euia Irene Robinson, John Meredith,
all of Omaha, Floyd and Vernon
Meredith, III, of Ft. Worth, Texas,
Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Mortimer just
returned from a week’s vacation in
Minnesota at their summer home on
Mr. Price Terrell and his wife, Mrs
Florence Terrell will leave for twc
weeks’ vacation the latter part of Au
gust. They will be the guests of Dr
Mrs. Mable Davis, wife of Attor
ney Davis will leave Monday for £
two weeks’ vacation in Chicago.
Mr. Arthur B. McCaw and sor
spent the past week at Crete, Ne
braska, where he was in charge of a
select few honor youth members ol
Urban League for their Camp.
Miss Janis McCaw, the daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. McCaw spent
the past week at Camp Brewstei
with a few other honor members ol
the Girl Reserves club of North Side
Y. W. C. A.
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In 1930, the industry produced
about 37,500,000 pounds of plastics
valued at about $75,000,000, or $2 a
pound. In 1940, the industry had been
multiplied by 8, with an output oi
300.000. 000 pounds averaging about
$2 a pound in value] Estimated pro
duction in 1944 indicates a doubling
since 1940 with an output of about
700.000. 000 pounds valued at $1,800,
000,000 or about $2.50 a pound.
Every home should have a Col
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two flashy numbers. With hair,
moving eyes, shoes, stockings,
nicely dressed. Price $4.98 and
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Write National Co., 254 West
135th St., New York, 30.
Mr. Wm. Station of 3211 U Street
has a family of four, wife and two
boys. Mr. Station moved here from
Oklahoma in 1942 and reports that
he likes Omaha very much. Since
coming here he has worked at Cud
ahy Packing Plant and both of his
boys attend West Side school.
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