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The Omaha Guide
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Editorial: “Don’t Let It Die!”
OPINIONS OF READERS
ANTI POLL TAX BILL
Are we stopped at the last hurdle?
Now is the time to get iln more and
many demands that H. R. 7, the anti
poll tax bill come to the Senate floor
this month. Senator Barkley, admin
istration leader who is primarily re
sponsible for planning the schedule,
continues to ignore H R 7. This can
Last week Senator Karkley was for
ced to change his plans and allow the
anti-labor Case bill to come upf out of
turn. The poll-taxers, in a wave of an
ti-labor speeches, were largely resp
onsible. He should get just as much
pressure from within and without the
Senate to give H R 7 its long overdue
The summer recess is fast approa
ching. h R 7 must come up well be
fore that. It must come up before
Senators leave the city in large num
bers and while other important bills
are pending to serve as a brake on
Will you mobilize support at this
time in your organization, in your
community. Send wires and letters to
Senator Alben Barkley and to your
own Senators, Senate Office Building,
"Washington 25, D. C., demanding act
ion NOW. H R 7 can be passed. But
these delaying tactics must be defeat
Signed. .Katherine Shryver
BIG FOUR PO ITERS
To Public Pulse:
Apparently the American Public is
■ concerned, yet confused, over the
strained relationshp among the big 4
A proper analysis wduld require
delving into many phases. Space lim
its full discussion on all; so permit
a suggestion to one group that it be
tolerant enough with another group
to permit it to advance two reasons
First, the Imperialism of Great Bri
tain; Second, the philosophy of the
United States and the policy of its
armed forces in regards to white sup
remacy or discrimination.
Add to that the fact that the United
States’ delegate “climed the ladder of
success” on votes of less than ten per
cent of his States Citizens.
Does it require a great deal of in
telligence for one to reaon out why
Russia looks upon the U. S. delegate
with disdain, mistrust; Why she ques
tions the integrity of the other pow
Mr. Byrnes, as the U. S. delegate,
has two strikes on him before he
leaves American soil.
[ • The Week
By H. W. Smith
We are approaching another Decor
ation Day and may pause and bow our
heads and lend a solemn thought to
loved ones that have crossed into the
great beyond. We all should take time
out and tenderly place a flower on
their last places. Some time or another
we must all pay this great debt. Let
us hope that we will not be forgotten.
President Lincoln said of the soldiers
“They did not die in vain". Remem
ber the boys who sacrificed their lives
in the turmoil of war that democracy
(night live. Some have received very
unfair treatment in return, but we
hope that by divine providence that
tins situation may be rectified in the
near future. Let us not forget!
US. Camp Kilmer, N. J., has been
overflowed with soldiers for overseas
and the War Dept. A large number of
them were sent to Camp Dix.
US Congressmen who favored the
FEPC bill made their final effort to
save it Wednesday, May 15. They have
hopes of a move to force it to the
floor. It has been stated by the Rules
Committee that they had had it stal
The State of Texas started a state
wide clean up the week of May 13.
It was to stop another outbreak of
Arab resistance to the Jews in Pal
estine is reported in London and a
general clash is expected from the
section of the Arab Association.
President Truman’s highway safety
council is asking education to check
huge tolls of traffic deaths.
A Jap that served 32 years in the
US navy cannot get his pension. The
headquarters told him he would have
to avoid settlement problems.
US Naval Committee have approved
officers training measures dividing ed
John and Julius Schroeder living 18
miles south of Carroll, la., plowed a
pasture after it had been as such for
60 years to give the other land a rest.
Two men were sentenced to 30 days
in jail in Waterloo, la., May 14. They
were charged with taking liquor to an
Indian Reservation near Tarma, la.
An all woman jury tried a case in
Douglas County Criminal Court. It was
the first all woman jury in Douglas
Are you a member of the NAACP?
The magazine sales management re
ported that wages on the coast rise the
fastest as of the survey of May 15.
Detectives searching for a prowler
in Newark, N. J. Monday night May
13 found a boy that had played hook
ie from school. He got into his home
thru the roof.
New Orleans, La., will vote on leg
alized gambling on May 28. W'ayor D.
S. Morrison says if a majority should
vote against it he will call upon his
opponents to support his efforts if his
plan is approved.
Frank C. Barett and his 8 year old
| son lost their lives by drowning Sun
day afternoon near Lake Manawa on
A group of Jewish refugees stoned
a motor car in London carrying the
Soviet Demarkation Commissiou a
tour of inspection Sunday May 19.
Fifteen liberty ships are idle in the
Boston Harbor. Authorities are expect
ing many more.
The Wall Street Journal says Ne
gro employment in skilled jobs are a
bare fraction of white employment in
ship yards in the South.
Four merchant ships were involved
in two separate collisions Sunday May
19 in a fog off the New Jersey coast.
15000 acres of land formerly used
as Camp Ellis near Bardstown, 111.,
will be leased and planted in wheat.
A convict was observed picking I
away at the prison wall in the Califor
nia State rison at San Quentin. He
explained it as digging flayes of gold
from the wall.
Everyone that is of age should re
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ENTERTAIMlPiG * IT ELY AT THE AMVETS
(by George H. McDavis)
Basie Givens and his sophisticated sivingsters are packing
them in nitely at the AMVETS% Omaha's “Sepia ISite Spot”
\ gister and vote -s all la v abiding cit
izens should net be reminded.
A report from Oregon says the
fruit outlook is very good for 1946.
A taxi cab plunged into the East
River in NY Sunday May 19. four
persons lost their .. es. Police said
they had no c ue to the identity of
any of them.
Pennsylvania primary election Tues
day May 21 was centered on the gov
Read the Greater Omaha Guide and
VOTE for C. C. GALLOWAY for state
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‘Can You Top This?’ Gagster Finds
Brown Bomber No Joke
Take it from humorist Joe Laurie,
Jr., Champion Joe Louis is not a man
io trifle with in a boxing ring. And:
‘hat’s no joke.
Strictly in the interests of fistic re
search, Laurie served as a second
when die Brown Bomber boxed a few
rounds at his training camp at Pomp
ton Lakes, N. J., recently. The Champ
is preparing for his title bout with
Billy Conn in the Yankee Stadium
Laurie, who is heard on “Can You
Top This?” (NBC, Saturdays, 9:30
p. m. EDST) with Senator Ford and
Harry Hershfield, says he trained
three weeks in the Lambs Club, New
York, for his work-out as a second.
But because of his pint size, Laurie
says he really Ought to be called a
As soon as Laurie arrived at the
camp gym. he donned sweatshirt No.
71, mainly for the benefit of the press
photographers. He had lots of fun
kidding the lensmen, saying with a
Paul T. Williams, Repub
ican Candidate for State Rail
way Commissioner served 6
years in the United States
Army, therefore he will know
something about how to meet
and work with all ex-service
Paul T. Williams is a resi
dent of York, Nebraska, —20
years owner of Hotel Wil
liams at York, Nebraska.
This has given him a wide
acquaintance with Nebraska
citizens and their needs.
Paul T. Williams has had
17 years experience in Trans
portation Operation, there
fore he is qualified to serve
you as your State Railway
Paul T. Williams served 12
years as Secretary of York
County Republican Commit
tee,— this qualifies him to
deal with all political issues
that may arise in his depart
ment as your State Railway
Paul T. Williams is a past
State President of the Travel
ers’ Protective Association,—
member of Council 134 Unit
ed Comercial' Travelers. A
.member of the K. of P.
PAUL T. WILLIAMS
Your Support mil be
Highly Appreciated on
Lodge, Elks Lodge, York Rite and Scottish Rite
Masons, and Shrine. A member of York Chamber of
Commerce and the Congregational Church.
• SPEAKING OF EDUCATION
Paul T. Williams has had extensive traveling exper
ience. lie traveled through South America, Central
America and the West Indies Islands, from 1911 to
1920, as a commercial salesman, where it was necessary
to speak 4 languages.
A Business man and a Transportation man, for a
Transportation Job. A Vote for PAUL T. WILLIAMS
on June 11, for STATE RAILWAY COMMISSIONER, is
A Vote for SERVICES from a QUALIFIED CITIZEN
FOR THE JOB!
laugh, “What papers won’t this ap
During the bout itself, the fellow
who worked up the most perspiration
was not Louis nor his sparing partner.
Rather it was the little man sitting in
the second’s comer, wondering what
would happen to him, if by accident,
he should ever get in the way of one
of the Brown Bomber’s mighty mitts.
When the final gong sounded, he—
not the boxers—was exhausted.
Citizens, Prisoners Will Be j
Treated on Equality Basis,
Says Candidate Ekstrom
The Omaha Guide
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treated on equality basis, regardless
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that die laws of the State of Nebraska
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Republican Candidate for Sheriff.
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