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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1934)
Mrs. Helen Hicks, who h“s been
confined to her home. 2616 Ohio
"trod., for the past week, is some
I This Gov. Winthrop style in
walnut or mahogany with
three drawers, bookcase, au
tomatic drop leaf, pigeon
holes and two secret draw
| ers is one of the most ac- ;
1 ceptable desks we’ve ever
! seen, arid the price is only—
■ Desks To Match 29.75
ORCHARD & WILHELM CO. <
Seven Employees Re
sponsible For FERA
Washington, D. C—The FERA ac
cording to Administrator Harry L.
Hopkins, sends out an average of
200.000 pieces of mail every month
from the Washington office- There
communications go to State Relief'
Administrators, departmental chiefs,
research and statistical heads, college
presidents, work relief director?, reg
ional field agent*, purchasers of Sur
plus commodities. Iacal school authori
ties, care supervt ors, investigators.
and representative^ of numerous pub
Le.ters, illustrated booklets, work
ing procedures, instructions, and prees
releases go in packages by parcel post,
in big and small envelopes by first,
second, third a^d fourth eja^*, regis
tered, and the more urgent messages
i by air mail, telegraph and messenger,
to every State in the country, Puerto
Rico, Hawaii, Alaska and the Virgin
i Chief Clerk Harry L. Kinnear ef
j the Federal Emergency Relief Admin,
I i tra.ion is the directing head of this
j all important communications service.
The responsibility to the 16 000,000
unemployed and needy families who
are dependent upon the efficient, ex
pedition!^ and one hundred percent
dispatching at ai] times of this one
Phone JA. 8040 Private Booths
Tavern—Dine, Dance and Be Merry j
Italian Spaghetti—Meat Balls
Your Favorite Beer on Tap, 5c and 10c
Only Italian Cafe in Town Open
LOUIE SALERNO, Mgr.
1123 South 6th St. N. E. Cor
6th and Pierce St
■ BROWN SKIN
| 5c to $1.00 Store
MEM’S SUITS A,
SARATOGA LAUNDRY and ZORIC CLEANERS
Telephone — KEnwoed 0061
> - ■ .
hundred million dollar monthly finan. i
cial and administrative service of hu
man welfare fe a moat important one.
The FERA ha® intrusted the success
of this job for nearly a year to teven
skilled and experienced colored em
ployed; who are in complete charge of
the ou: going mail division, day and
“The mail must go!”, is the slogan
of his crew, commented Frank Van
Hook the Karisas colored ex-service
nr>an. Van Hook, in charge of the
night shift, is also active in the FERA
employees union, having only recent
ly been elected one of the two dele
gate to tse Centra] Labor Union of
the Amencan Federation of Govern
ment Employees, affiliated with the
American Federation of Labor.
Joseph Johnson. Uie colored super
visor in charge of the day force was
formerly chauffeur of the FERA. The
conscientious attendance to his duties
and trustworthiness, thereby, came
directly to the attention of Adminis
trator Hopkins and Chief Clerk Kin
near, resulting in promotion and as
signment for the pa,st year to the
present post. Thomas Norris, James
Raynor. Truman Thomas, Lendall W.
Chase, and Thomas Dixon are the
other colored men employed in the
DEMOCRATS CELEBRATE AT
Five .thousand celebrated the recent
democratic party succe.s at a Victory
Ball held in the City Auditorium
Tuesday evening under the auspices
of the Douglas County Central Com
The merrymakers danced in the
beautifully decorated surroundings
to the strains of Randall’s Royal Or
The grand march was led by Sen
ator Elect Edward R. Burke, followed
by Governor Roy, L. Cochran and
Congressman Ele^t Charles F. Mc
In attendance from the second
ward were Mr- and Mrs. Harry Le
land, Mr. C. C. Galloway, Mr. and
Mrs. C. Picked.', Mrs. Lenora Gray,
and Mr. Chas. Coleman.
Not Just Another
But a wonderful modern medi
cine which acts upon the conditions
which CAUSE the pain. Take them
regularly and you should suffer less
and Ieflfcach month. PERSISTENT
USE BRINGS PERM ANENTIRE
LIE?. Sold at all good drug stores,
Saudi size 50(i.
LYDIA L PINKIIAM’S
FOR RELIEF AND PREVENTION
OP PERIODIC PAINS
Sholtz Urged to Halt
Return of Neal
Women to Mari
New York. De«. 7—Governor David
Sholtz of Florida was urged today by
the National Association for the Ad
vancement of Colored People to pre.
vent the return to Marianna, Florida,
of Mil-, Annie Smith, mdther and
Mrs. Sallie Smithe aunt, of Claude
Neal who was lynched there on Oc
tober 26th, after being kidnaped from
the Brewton. Alabama, jail.
The telegram, which was sent upon
receipt of news from Pensacola that
the two women were to be returned
to Marianna to be tried Eli accessories
to the crime for which Neal wa-s
“InwestifTation lhas shown that
nei.her Neal's mother nor aunt had
even the remotest connection with the
crime with which Neal waq charged.
To return these helpless women* to
M.’f-ianna which Ic. still in a state of
excitement and hostility is practic
ally to invite m|ob vengeance either
■>y physical violence or farcical trial
upon the^e person^ The National
Association for the Advancement of
Colored People vigorously urges you
to prevent such return and also urges
that speedy action be taken to release
them from custody.”
Neal Women Not To Be Returned
To Mariacma, Says Gov- Sholtz
No Charges Against Them, Being
Held Because Of Mob Fear
New York, Dee. 8.—In response to
a telegram from the National Asso
ciation for the'Advancement of Color,
ed People urging that the mother and
aunt of Qlaude Neal be not returned
to Marianna from Pensacola for
trial in connection with the crime for
which he was tortured and lynched on
October 26, the following message
was received yesterday from Gov
ernor David Sholtz of Florida:
“Regai-ding your telegram of the
Fifth. States Attorney John H. Car.
ter Jr., Marianna advises me that
there are no charges against Annie
Smith and Salbe Smith and according
ly they have no intention of bring
ing them back to Marianna. He ad
vises also that to avoid any possible
danger these women are being held
in Pensacola temporarily, with their
own consent having no means of
FREE COURSE IN
Including Diploma, by MaiL Write
CUBAN COSMETIC CO.
Box 81-C Winer Park, Fla.
Classified Ads and Business
Helo us to Build Bigger and Better Business. The Omaha Guide in its Eighth Year and is
offering a New and Greater Service to its Readers and Advertisers through this Weekly
Clasified Directory of Community and City.
ROOMS and APTS.
Two Furnished Rooms For Rent
2893 Maple St.
Lov«s Kitchenette apartment for
rent at 2518 Patrick Ave. We.. 5553.
Strictly Modem furnished rooms for
rent- WE. 0718.
Kitchenette for Rent—strictly moiffn
2914 North 25th Street.
Two room apt. and use of kitcher.
Apt., reasonable to quiet couple.
FOR RENT—Two or diree room
front apartments with private bath.-.
Heat. Kas. lights anad water furnished.
2430 Blondo S;. These apartments
have private entrances.’
WEINSTEIN REAL ESTATE
213 N. 26th St. JA. 0986
Closed Saturdays—Open Sundays
Strictly modern furnished rooms
for rent. WE. 0718
REAL ESTATE FOR
SALE OR RENT
l Morder 7 room house newly decor
ated with garage, rent $21.50. Call
Lj. White, JAclcscn 2869.
Mississippi Way Bar B Q
1825 N. 24th ST. J. H. Parker, Prop.
Fried’s Kosher Delicatessen
1309 N. 24th St. WE 2190
TULULA TEA ROOM
2422 Burdette We. 0689
BETTER RADIO SERVICE
A, E. and J- E. Bennett 2915 Cum
mings St- Phone Ja- 0696
You can buy more for y®ur money *t
THE RECORD STORE
Furniture, Stoves, Rugs, Second
hand clothing for men, women
W® also accept relief orders for your
2H6 N. 24TH SWEET
Dining Room Sets..$10 qq
Kitchen Tables __ 1 00
Good New Finish Beds_ $ 1 CO
1333 N. 24TH ST.
Bring this ad with your purchase
for Free Gift.
You Can Secure
By Trading With
WILLA’S BEAUTY SHOP
AVE- 5699 2225 N. 24TH ST
GROW GLOSS BEAUTYShoo
Winter Cut Rate
Press ...... 50
Shampoo, press, marcel ............ $1.00
Children’s work ..... .50
WE 2864 2512 N- 24TH ST
Are Practical and they do “Stay Put”
when done at
THE CHRISTINE ALTHOUSE
First Reset Free
2422 N. 22nd St.WE. 0846
WE 0609 24th and Lake Sts.
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OWEN PHARMACY <
WE 6100 24th and Grant Sts.
Our Telephone Number WE 0998
1904 N. 24TH ST.
Spend Where Your Dollar Will Como
Hawk To You In the Way of
Open All Day Sundays
Spring Chickens, per lb. . 15c
27th St “t Grant W'e 6089
COAL COMPANIES '
Burn Coal That s Hotter Than
It Co«ts You Less
,, —$7 25 Per Ton—
27th St. at Grant W’e 6089
“LET GEORGE DO IT”
COAL. EXPRESS AND MOVING
_SHOE REPAIR SHOPS ~
North 24th Street Shoe
1807 N. 24th St. WE 4240
YOUR OWN—LAKE SHOE SERV
ICE NONF BETTER: 2407 Lake St.
Up to $300 paid for Dime dated be.
fore 1895; Liberty IIead Nickels $200;
Colonial Coins $300. Send 15c com
plete Catalog. N«tionalcoin (GG),
Tremendous profits. Run own bargain
store. Experience unnecessary. New
and usrd clothing. Bankrupt and ac
tion saIe merchandise. Everything
supplied. Publix. 568—CN Roosevelt,
Ladies’ Braids, Carls, Doll Wigs
Best Massage and Cleansing Cream*
Free .Demonstrations—Pressing Oil,
2208 N. 24th St. At. 7359
FREEDMAN’S SHOE STORE'
W'e Accept Relief Orders
0353 1510 N. 24th St.
SAVE TIME, WORRY, CONFUSION AND MONEY BY CONSULTING THIS COMPLETE
DIRECTORY OF NEIGHBORHOOD AND CIT* BUSINESSES.
N A A C P TO ELECT ,
The Omaha Branch of N. A. A
G. P- will hold the Annual Election
of Officers on Sunday, Dec- 16, at the
Community Center Building, 2213
I>ke at 3 P. It.
Only members in good standing and
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those who pay membership fees on or
before date of els.ion will be eligible
R S. Simmona, Secretary
R. C. Price, Presirent
31c Per Poind
IVfaim m undle 48e
Edhilm and Sherman
LAUNDERER AND DRY CLEANERS
2401 North 24th St. We 6055
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