The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, May 11, 1946, Page 6, Image 6

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ban a permonal letter of sound and constructive advice analyzing three r SI -inra
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aiMernll name, addreaa and birthdate to all letters. Explain rotu —— fall, and
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THE ABBE' WALLACE SERVICE
P. 0. Box li. Atlanta 1, Georgia
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Worried—I am a nervous wreck of
worry. 1 have been with this man for
nine years. We ran away together and
everyone at home thinks we are mar
ried. Now it keeps beating on my sad
brain what I have done and I want to
leave him. I have worked hard for
several years. When I don't work, he
gets angry and says he can't afford to
keep a woman. Please tell me what to
do?
Ans: It's not too late to correct
your mistake, .if you two want to con
tinue living together you should get
married. By doing so, will have the in
centive to continue working hard and
.saving for future security. As it is now
you are out on a limb, ou have no at
durance what ever of being included m
us luture plans. If you had the secur
ity of marriage, you would not worry
as you are doing and would certainly
e a moie congenial companion.
L. B.—I am planning on going to
Los Angeles and enter music school,
l want to know if 1 will do alright? 1
firmly believe that I will as I am al
ready a song Writer and know that 1
am very musically inclined.
Ans: The opportunity is open to
you to enter music school if you like
and at the expense of the government.
1'our scief interest at the present should
ne to lurther your musical education
instead of concentrating exclusively on
song writing. Let that come later. Do
not let any grass grow under your feet
make the most of this marvelous op
portunity of studying in your chosen
held.
J. C. H.—I have been married for
a number of years. I have a lovely
wife but I just can’t understand her at
times. She will curse and say all
manner of things that's not becoming
to her. Please let me know what is
nest to do to break her of this habit?
Ans: Praise and appreciation of her
good points will accomplish much but
condemning her for her weakness will
infuriate her and make matters worse,
upeu*. utten of hei good traits and let
her see your pride in them. At some
opportune time, when your wife is in
an exceedingly good humor, tell her
how proud you are that she is over
ruling ner chief fault-that of tem
per tantrums. It will carry a great
uual oi weigut.
N. C.—I am a teacher and every sum '
mer 1 go to a resoit anu worK as l car
not afford to be idle those three
months. I am thinking seriously of go
ing to summer school this year instead
working. Would it pay bigger div
idends?
ans: The summer school course
would mean more to your career than
the sum of money you would earn dur
ing tms period. If you take this
dourse, your next year's income wou,
increase greatly.
M. N.—We are planning to go back
to our home town to live but we are a
fraid we won’t like it after we move
back so I am asking you for help.
Should we move or stay. I want to
thank you. You really helped me
once from doing something I am sure
I would have regreted the rest of my
life so please help me again. I might
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add that all my people as well as my
husband's people are in this town 1
have referred to and we want happiness
Ans: The angles to consider are
employment and a place to live. 11
both of you feel that you can get good
employment back at home and if you
have a home to go back to, then it
should work out all right to make the
change. But to go back without any
detinue plans and live with relatives, it
would probably be beter to remain on
as you are temporarily until you can
see your way perfectly clear before
making the change. At the present,
e s .11111 money and getting
ahead and it is mighty important that
you make what you can while you are
able to do so.
COMPOSER-CONDUCTOR PHIL
MOORE STRIKES OUT AT RACIAL
.oi.iuMlI\ATION IN MUSIC
NEW YORK—(Dix News Service )
Speaking before the Independent Cit
izens Committee of the Arts Sciences
and Professions in New York City
here last week, Phil Moore, noted Ne
gro composer, conductor and band
leader, struck out boldly in defense of
the Negroe’s rights in the musical pro
fession.
Speaking on the subject, “Discrim
ination Against the Negro in -\Insic”.
Moore spared no punches in bating
that the few Negro groups which are
hired steadily by radio stations across
tfia country are not hired for their
musicianship but bedause they “Uncle
Tom”. Moore pointed out that in the
New York territory only one Negro is
working steadily for a picture studio,
no more than two on sponsored Net
work radio shows, and that there is
not one Negro working with a major
symphony orchestra.
Moore hit forcefully at the nation’s
‘jim-crow’ musician’s union setup whe
reby every union, except New York,
will only admit musicians of one race.
In almost every city in the country
k 15 "e is both a white and a Negro
union local. In New York there is
one union for both races. “Conditions
are different here’, Moore grinned, and
then added, “That’s a joke son!”
Phone us your
SOCIAL NOTES
"Next Door" By ted shearer
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“Mr. Hubha. don’t you just love my new NYLONS?”
A section of the 350 physicians and dentists who attended
TAsM TOPICS By CHARLES ALLEN
IV ( 1 I
CO^TiMEKTAl. FEATURES f ^ i
“Of course I hate men, but can you think of anything
better?”
! SQUIRE EDGEGA1 E~Xhe Constable Is the Artful Dodger_
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DEEP RIVER BOYS
SIGNED BY RCA. VICTOR
The Deep River Boys, famous Sou
thern vocal group, have signed to an
exclusive RCA Victor recording con
tract, it was announced today by J. W.
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET
YOUR SHOES REBUILT..„
Quality Material & Guaranteed
Quality Work
LAKE SHOE SERVICE
2407 Lake Street
LARGE LOAD PREFERRED
Kindling per load $5 00
BLACKSTONE
LUMP COAL $1160
per ton
JONES FUEL & SUPPLY
Company
2520 Lake Street
Phone AT-5631
GOOD OPPORTUNITY
TWO lot*, corner and adjoining;, on
southwest corner 21at and Grace.
Extensive frontage on both 21st and
Grace. Ideal for 2 or more homes,
or especially suited as Church
grounds, Make reasonable offer i
IMMEDIATELY. Address BOX A33S
or Call HA-080*.
CROSSWORD PUZZLE
ACROSS
I Popular
drink
5 Trench
around castle
9 Passive
II Wrists
12 Look fixedly
13 Rub out
14 Poems
15 African river
16 Plight
18 Vent
21 Sun god
22 Distress
signal
25 Substance
from bees
26 Summer
month
28 Fat
31 Fasten again
32 Small sails
34 Brazilian coin
35 Before
36 Behold
37 To put on
guard
38 The Scrip
tures
40 Assist
42 Excess of
chances
45 Shore
recesses
46 Size of type
48 Think
49 Savage
50 Overlay
with gold
51 Slave
DOWN
1 Short for
sister
2 Upon
3 Lifeless
4 Apprehend
5 Feminine
name
6 Verbal
7 Church
section
Solution in Next Issue.
No. 49
8 Bind
10 Proof
11 Half man,
half horse
17 Constellation
18 Declared
under oath
19 A task
20 Daisy-like
plant
22 Collection of
aphorisms
23 Variety of
willow
24 Mug for beer
27 Earth as a
goddess
29 Samarium
(sym.)
30 Oval figure
33 Weep
convulsively
37 V-shaped
pieces
38 Mix
39 Molded
mass
40 American
Indian
41 Wicked
43 Venture
44 Asterisk
45 Gear tooth
47 A sprite
Series D-43
! Answer to Puzzle No. 48
Murray, Vice-President, RCA Victor
Activities.
Their initial RCA Vctor release will
be "The Story of Ee-Bobba.Lee.Bob”
an 1 “That Chick’s Too Young to Fry”.
The five boys, Harry Douglas, Ed
ward Ware, Vernon Gardner, George
Lawson and pianist-arranger Cameron
Williams, began their career as stu
dent members of Virginia’s Hampton
Institute Glee Club. During their so
phomore year they decided to take up
singing professionally and journeyed to
New York. TThere they were discov
ered at an NBC audition by Rex In
gram, the famous "Lawd’ of "Green
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% LEGAL NOTICE
Omaha Guide 3t begin May 4 1946
ending Mav 18. 1946
H. J. PINKETT. A TTY
NOTICE OF HEARING FOR
ADMINISTRATION
In the County Court of Douglas
County, Nebraska.
PonV Pnirp 269.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
TATE OF BELZORA COLLINS, De
ceased.
The State of Nebraska, To All Part
ies Interested: Notice is hereby given
that application has been made to this
Court for granting of administration
of said estate to Lucille Gordon.
Hearing will be had thereon in this
Court on Mav 29th. 1946. at 9 o’clock
A. M., at which time and place yon
may appear and contest the same.
ROBERT R. TROVER,
County Judge.
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JAckson 3315.
Houses For Sale
Anyone or all of the following
Houses, 1604-1606 - 1608 North
29th street. All completely mod
ern—Reasonable prices. Will ac
cept a Good Used Car as Down
Payment.
JOHN GUSPER & SON
2312 N’ St., MA. 5490.
# iCTOS WANTED!
SELL VS YOVR CAR
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• We will come to your home.
Fred King Motors
AT-9463 2056 Famam
Piano, bed, misc. furniture,
3704 S. 26th St. MA-1006.
New & Vsed Furniture
Complete Line—Paint Hardware
We Buy, Sell and Trade
WEAL FURNITURE MART
2511-13 North 24th— 24th & Lake
—WEbster 2224—
"Everything For The Home"
j • McBrady Products Orders
■Taken at 2506 Burdette St.,
| Telephone JAckson 7284.
—Mrs. C. M. Elder.
DRESSES AISD COATS,
Size 44 and Children’s Clothes
CALL GLen. 4065.
—SEND THE GUIDE YOUR
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on Saturday in your neigh*
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