The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, April 19, 1947, Page 2, Image 2

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    BROTHERLY
BEHAVIOR
--BY
CAPT. EARLE CONOVER
i
THE PASSOVER SEASON
How nice it is that all three of
America's major religious faiths
have their sacred seasons at this
time of the year.
Paralleling the end of the Len
ten period, with its Good Friday
and Easter observances for Cath
olics and Protests, is the Passover
period for our neighbors of the
Jewish faith. One is reminded
that the Jewish Hannukah “Fest
ival of Lights” comes at the
Christian, Christmas season.
The Passover (or Pesach, in He
brew) began at sundown on Fri
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day, April 4, and is to continue
for seven to eight days. It is
marked by special services both
in the synagogue, at the beginn
ing and end of the festival, and in
the individual homes.
Since about 1300 B. C. or for a
bout thirty three hundred years,
has the Pasaover been observed.
That means that it is one of the
very oldest celbrations in all hu
man history, surviving through
out very sort of secular and sac
red struggle.
TIME OF THANKSGIVING
Of the original motifs, the cele
bration of the fertility of the
flocks and of the budding barley,
from the grateful hearts of those
early shepherds and farmers, as
well as that of the paschal lamb
of the Passover Itself, only the
last named motif has survived.
In general the very same cerem
onies are observed now as ancient
iy
Deliverance and freedom form
the central theme of Passover,
with gratitude and increased
faith as its cause aqd its effect.
The Christian friends might re
fresh their memories by reading
chapters 12 to 14 of the Book of
Exodus, common to both faiths.
THE SEDER
The Seder (pronounced sayder)
is the observance in the private
homes, consisting of instruction
about the institution, songs and
prayers, and the eating of unleav
ened bread (Compare Luke 22 7
Acts 12:3; 20:3).
The direction for this is found
in Exodus 13:14, ‘ And it shall be
when thy son asketh thee in time
to come, ‘What is this?’ that thou
shalt say unto him, ‘By strength
of hand Jehovah (the Lord) brot
us out of Egypt, from the house
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THE FIGHT FOR FREEDOM
Along with the reading from
the Song of Songs (Solomon’s),
as a seasonal sign of spring, is
the following from the Hagga
dah, or book of prayer for the Se
der observances: ’The loyalty of
Clod stood by our ancestors and
stands by us. Not only did our
enemies rise up against us in
Egypt, but in every generation
enemies rise up against us— and
God delivers us from their hands.
Tht is why the Story of Egypt
serves the world as a LIVING
EXAMPLE OF MEN S YEARN
IN GAND STRIVING TO BE
FREE. “Verily, it has been so!
OMAHA URBAN LEAGUE
2213 Lake Street JAckson 7648
by M. M. Taylor, Industrial Secretary
iilULSi KIAL,
Making good use of community
resources is both an intelligent
and sound practice. Very few
if any, citizens and or non-citiz
ens can go very far very long
without need of contact with one
or more of the numerous servic
es or activity available to them.
To use a community resource does
not indicate a deficiency, it does
indicate a desire for self suffic
iency. It is another way of ad
ding to ones competence. A case
work agency is one of many com
munity resources but which most
folk may never need, but does it
follow, however, that they will
never need the library, the YWC
A. a public golf course or an em
ployment agency? They are a
few among many other commun
ity resources. There are comm
unity resources for us regardless
of our station in the community;
for they furnish us either a need,
a fulfillment, a compensation or a
growth.
EMPLOYMENT RESOURCES
In this article reference will be
made to a resource of which a
rather large segment of our pop
ulation must of necessity utilize
from time to time. This resource
is Employment Service Agencies.
The United States Employment
Service is one of severed servic
es for the American people in the
Labor Dpartmnt of our National
Govrnment, The United States
Department of Labor was created
by Congress in 1913 / to foster,
promote and develop the welfare
of the wage earners of the Unit
ed States, to improve their work
ing conditions and to advance
their opportunities for profitable
employment. In these Labor De
partment Services are many man
-dates and primary functions one
of which we have a special inter
est in this article. Perhaps it is
of value to know these services in
the Labor Department and is re
sponsible for administering.
Services of the Labor Depart
ment are: The Secretary of La
bor, Apprentice Training Service
Division of Labor Standards, Uni
ted States Employment Service,
Wage and Hour and Public Con
tracts Division. National laws
administratered by the Labor De
partment are: Apprenticeship
Act, Bacon-Davis Act (prevail
ing Wage law), G.I. Bill of Rights
Social Security Act, Wage and
Hour Law, Wagner-Peyser Act,
Walsh-Healey Public Contract
Act, and the War Labor Disputes
Act.
On June 6, 1933, the Congress
of the United States passed a law
the Wagner-Peyser . Act, which
provided the United States Em
ployment Service and placed it in
the United States Department of
Labor for its administration. ILs
primary function was to main
tain a nation-wide system of fre.
employment offices for employ
ment service to the public on a
Federal and otate cooperative
I
basis. This employment service
was handed over to the Social Se
curity Board in 1939 by an Exe
cutive Order, but in January 1942
the States handed all public em
ploy ment dices to the Federal
Government and eight mon-r.i la
ter the same year -he United
States Employment Service be
came an operation of the War
Manpower Commission that had
recently been created. Then, in
September 1945, the United Stal
es Employment Service was trans
ferred again to the Labor Depart
ment by an Executive Order
A fw months ago, the United
Stales Employment Service, by nn
Appropriation Act, was handed
back to the States. Federal funds
are available to the State Em
ployment Services if they meet
minimum standards that are est
ablished by the Secretary of La
bor. The State Services have
these basic functions: 1. Placing
the job applicant with qualific
ations of the job requirement- The
work who registered is supposed
to have access to all jobs that are
listed both those that are local
and those in other States. 2. Vet
erans are entitled to special ser
vices. His dtvision is staffed by
veterans with special emphasis on
the disabled veteran. 3. The job
seeker may request and get em
ployment counseling and guid
ance. This will assist, them in
choosing an occupation and plann
ing a vocation. Those whe need
this service most are young work
ers who have no particular work
experience, handteapped people
and older workers who desire to
work but have no particular vo
cation and who find it rather dif
ficult to get placed. The veter
ans naturally can get this serv
ice in their division of the Em
ployment Office and it is avail
able to them also in the Veterans
Admtnistration District Office
which is located in the Federal
Building in Omaha. 4. The Em
ployment Office cooperates with
community groups especially in
community programs which deal
with employment problems. Busi
ness people and management are
especially interested in two other
phases of services, such as analy
sis of current employment tnform
ation which will show the trends
in labor supply and demand and
industrial services which help
employmers with their personnel
practices with regard to selection
and placement of workers.
Urban Lague affiliates, located
in 56 cities throughout the nation,
matntains a cooperative and work
ing relationship with' the public
employment services and the La
bor Department in Washington
This cooperation and fine relation
ship produces a decided benefit to
the community people. The Em
ployment Service proper and the
veterans division are concerned
about Negro workers. The Indus
trtal Department of the Urban
League, with the cooperation of
its Interracial Industrial Commit
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Veterans of the Armv, Navy, Ma- 059 Foreman, Construction
rines or Coast Guard who had six or ^harTnac'*'
more months of service in certain spe- Maintenance
cialties, may be eligible for good, Technician
steady jobs at good pay in non-com- 275 Classification
missioned grades in the new Regular 34# rlTucilll
Army. Qualified men must be 18 to 34 409 Modkal Technician
inclusive and must have been dis- 514 Radar Crewman
charged on or after May 12,1945. The (Designated Set)
Army gives you new higher pay and “4 EZ” cH”^1
many other advantages hard to beat 6B6 Airplane instrument
anywhere. In addition to the special- Mechanic
ties listed here, there are many more 747 Airtr“f* Mechanic
for which you may be eligible. Ask 750
about them at your U. S. Army
Recruiting Station.
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Bring both your discharge certificate and your
occupational history (WJXA.G.O. form 100
—Report of Separation).
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The Omaha Guidp 2420 Grant St.y Omahay Nebraska
tee, will work with the Employ
ment Service in behalf of those
who seek the assistance of this
community resource. The Indus
trial Department will implement
the broad services of the Nebras
ka State Employment Service
and, as a result of these joint co
operative efforts, we can only
look forward to the near future
wtth optimism.
CIVIL SERVICE
The Industrial Department of
i the Omaha Urban League has set
up a Civil Service Division for
the purpose of giving helf and
service to constituents in the com
munity, both veterans and others
All Civil Service releases come
regularly to the Urban League
where they are immediately post
ed. Sevral anouncments will be
featured each week. Announce
ments appearing tn this column
will be chosen when it is ascer
tained that they will be more ap
plicable. Service includes an in
terview with a staff person to de
termine eligibility, assistance with
trial questtons for the examin
ation and aid in correctly making
out the application forms. All
necessary forms may be obtained
at the Urban League and they
may be complete^ there also.
LISTING THIS WEEK
STENOGRAPHER AND TYPIST —
John are located in Washington, DC.,
and vicnnity.
$1440; $1954; $2168; $2394. No closing
date.
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STUDENT DIETITIAN—Courses will
be given in Vets. Adm., War Dept,
and U. S. Public Health Service Hos
pital. $1470. No closing date.
STUDENT NURSE—High School Ed
ucation. written test: Age limits 17Va
to 35 years. $752 for three years.
Closing date—April 29, 1947.
LABORER—for filling the positions
of laborer and Munitions Handler. 76c
to 83c per hour (Minimum) Applica
tions will be accepted until further
notice.
^ HAVE YOU EXPERIENCE OR
TRAINING FOR WELFARE
WORK?
* ARE YOU A TRADESMAN?
* ARE YOU A GARDENER OK
YARD AVORKEK?
rfcare you a veteran seeking
TRAINING OK A JOB?
* WE WANT TO KNOW YOU.
* REGISTER YVITII US AT THE
URBAN LEAGUE!
CONDUCT SEVEN MINUTE
TALK ON NAT’L NEGRO
HEALTH WEEK OVER KOWH
As part of the Omaha Urban
League’s observance program of
National Negro Health Week, Dr.
Wesley Jones physician and sur
geon and M. Leo Bohanon, Exe
cutive Secretary Omaha Urban
League, gave a seven minute
broadcast over station KOWH
last Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Bohanon explained the back
ground and need for National
Negro Health Week and discuss
ed the relationship of Negro
health to the Negro’s economic
status.
Dr Jones described how the
health of The Negro like other
groups had been improved thru
Health Ednucation Programs;
how the Negro did not differ with
other groups in his health prob
lems and how the Negroes’ sus
ceptibility to certain diseases
was due in the main to the fact
the Negro was a comparitively
new host and had not built up a
resistance to these diseases as
the white groups had. As an ex
ample Dr. Jones quoted Dr.
Thomas Parran, Surgeon Gener
al of the United States who writ
es in his book “Shadowland” the
following on syphillis, “Syphillis
is the White Man’s disease. The
brown, the yellow and the black
races seem to have been infected
with it only after the visit of the
white explorers to their native
lands.
1947 FIGHT AGAINST
CANCER LAUNCHED
NEW YORK—The 1947 nation
wide campaign of the American
Cancer Society for $12,000,000 to
combat cancer, was launched
last Tuesday night at a dinner at
the Hotel Astor. Many promin
ent Negro citizens attended the
opening dinner.
Dr. Cornelius P. Rhoades, can
cer specialist and Director of
Memorial Hospital and Lewis L.
Strauss, a member of the U. S.
Atomic Energy Commission,
were the principal speakers. Oth
er speakers included Elmer H.
Bobst, National Campaign Chair
man, Dr. John E> Trunnell of the
Sloan-Kettering Institute for Can
cer Research and Walter Winch
ell. nationally known newspaper
man. Francis Cardinal Spellman
pronouiced the invocation.
Both Dr. Rhoades and Mr.
Strauss recommended continu
ation of decentralized research in
the basic sciences in search of a
cure for cancer.
The meeting featured a televis
ion demonstration over Btatjon
WNBC of the National Broad
casting Company on the use of
radioactive istopes as tools to
learn more about the mysteries
of cancer.
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» i i———y
E. H.—I have fallen In love with
a married man and he is very dear
to me. He gives me practically
everything I need. When I first
met him it was three months be
fore I knew that he was married
and I thought it was too late to
quit then because I had fallen so
in love with him. Please advise
me if I should go on with him or
not. I am 13 years old.
Ans: Child, the minute you
found out this man was married
and leading you on, you should
have quit. It is not too late yet.
Although he may be kind and give
you things you want, he knows
that you are only a child and that
what he is doing is sinful and a
gainst the law. When not in school
studying, you should be spending
your play time with other young
people your own age. There is
nothing in the world for you to
gain from any fellowship with this
married man—but, he can harm
you in many ways.
u u u
Y. A.—Shortly after our marr
iage my husband went into the ser
vice. When my allotment checks
started coming in, I begun to get
the house fixed up and by the
time he returned, the place was
cozy and nice. I can see a great
change in him and we don’t get a
long at all. I have in mind to ask
him to leave as I feel that if eith
er of us have to leave, it should be
him and not me. It was his house I
when we married, but I have done
a lot of work on it. Do you think
I am right in asking him to leave
as I feel sure we will not be able to
get along.
Ans: Two and a half years is a
long time in the span of life. Nat
urally your husband changed.
you have too. You were married
for such a short time before he
went overseas.you had hardly
time to get acquainted. You are
both going through a period of re
adjustment and you must be pa- j
tient and understanding. It is up
to you to help him in his efforts to j
get back to a normal life. This is
certainly no time to ask him to
eave his own home- It is true that
you did a lot of work around the
home but while you were doing
this, he was making a greater sac
rifice.and remember it was his
monthly allotment that furnished
the money for the improvements.
You folks can get along if you
bury the hatchet and pull together
as married couples should.
o o o
“You have been so much help to
me but it has been several years
since I wrote you. At that time I
was leaving my home town for Chi
-cago to get a job. I got the job
and it was a good one. I have been
on the same job since ’43. You had
told me to set a goal and call it
my 5 year plan.’ This I did and }
the Lord blessed me. In ’46 I
bought a 45 acre farm and paid :
cash for it and made a down pay-1
ment on a 6 room building three
months later. May I say thank
you for everything.—A,B.G. I
o o o |
M. A. T.—I was called home to
Texas a few months ago by my
family. Mother was low sick. At
the time I was with a girl whom
I had thought seriously of marry
ing. After a few days at home I
realized that I was falling in love
with mother’s nurse, and also
saw that she was falling for me.
We saw quite a bit of each other
and when I left to come back to
Chicago, I asked her to marry me.
She accepted and said she would
come to me the next month. She
did. and we were married but I still
continued to see the old girl friend
Now here is my problem. My wife
and I are expecting a child and I
am beginning to worry for fear I
do not love her. My mind has been
on my old girl friend for weeks
now and when I see her I know
she is worrying about me. Tell me
what to do.
Ans: The girl friend is not worried
about you as much you think.
So far as she is concerned it was
all over and done with between
you the day you took the other girl
for a wife. You may as well face
the facts. You are a married man
now and no longer free to flit from
one girl to another as of old. The
other girl didn’t come up to your
expectations, or you would have
married her before you met your
wife. Forget the old flame and ap
preciate the girl you have. By
your fretting and fuming you are
passing Up lightly one of the most
important events of your life.
becoming a father.
o o o
K. M—Every so often I meet a |
young man and imagine myself
madly in love with him. I put my
faith in him, believing everything
he says, forgetting that there are
very few young college girls as
serious as I. And I suffer a great
hurt when he tires of me as he al
ways does, but in time get over it
and start anew. Quite recently I
went steady with a fellow whom I
think, is as close to being my ideal
as anyone could be. We seldom j
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prefer waiter, at 2509 Maple St.
WEbster 4883.
ROOM—Nice large Room for Rent
furnished, 2112 Locust St., HA
7487.
Spaulding Furniture Co.
3823 North 24th Street
FOR SALE—
Jhest of Drawers, Sectional Book
Cases, Matched End Tables, sev*
eral kinds of Dinette and Dining
-oom sets, Bedroom Suites and
Yew Living Room Suites and etc.
“Come In and See Us”
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oeauty spot of our community.
Call JA-7718.
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Taken at 2306 Burdette St..
Telephone JAckson 7284.
—Mrs. C. M. Elder.
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Fred King Motors
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VEIGHBORHOOD FURNITlJRfc,
A CLOTHING 8HOP
I BIG SALE—Overcoats, all sizes
| ■‘hoes, Ns Stamps; Ladies Dresser
| lugs, Beds. Gas Stoves and O'
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TEL. AT. 1154 1715 N. With ST
I Room for rent for men only call
i after 6:00 p.m. WE. 0656
ROOMS FOR RENT-2220 Gr
St., WE. 3488.
Painting, Paper Hanging and
Plastering — Call MA. 5462
(in the evening)
MARY’S CHICKEN HUT, 2722 N.
CHICKEN DINNERS
30th St.. JA. 8946. Our Chicken
Dinners are Something to Crow A
bout. Robt. Jones, Propr.
GARAGE FOR RENT. Suitable
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WANTED TO RENT—Immediately unfurnished apartment or
house for Veteran and wife. Reference furnished—Call JA-0705.
Anytime after 5 p. m.
Steam heated Room—Gentleman preferred—JA. 7646.
VETERAN and family wants apaitmenl or room—HA. 0693.
BEDFORD PARK—One New Home for immediate occu
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and G. I. Loans. Phone Hiram D. Dee, JA. 7718, JA. 1620.
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MR. WALTER J. ZINC
457 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
City—JAckson 0152
argued, seem to agree on every
thing but suddenly he stopped see
ing me. I realize that most of the
things that happen are my own
fault but I want to know should I
forget men and marriage?
Ans: Indeed not. You need to
brush up on the old technique of
winning a mate. Your main trou
ble is that you get too serious, too
quickly and reveal to your com
panion that you are searching for
a husband. The result is, they
brush you off for fear they may be
caught. You are going to have to
be a little more clever in handling
your boy friends. My Happier Liv
ing Lesson No. 4 “HOW TO WIN
A MAN” will interest you. The
price is only 25c.
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Eft Proof of merit Same type for
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m In price range of everyone.
PT 10c and 25c sizes
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