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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1937)
FIRST SPIRITUAL TEMPLE
2Dh and (Hondo St reef*
(laughter M. Quinn, trader
Rev* C- Jackson, Ass’t Paator
Sunday -i*iool at 9:46 o’clock
Sunday morning service at 11:00
•'cluck, Rev Jackson In charge,
Sunday night service at 8:00 o’
eUcIt, Daughter Marian Quinn In
Monday night developing class at
2629 (Jlnney St, no chaige.
Tuesday night Bible class at the
! hursday night alter call, and
healing and prophesying, Mother
Rosie Jr nes In charge.
Mother Bishop Sution i f Spirit
ual 'ITnr) hi N i. 1 of Kansas City,
will conduct a meeting at Spiritual
T«mph\ Nlo. fi, 24<h and Pl«>ndo, in
Omaha from Jan. 27'h t«> Kebr 4<h
MT. MORIAH BAPTIST
24th and OKib Streets
Rev. F. !*• Jon<'s, Faster
Forysteen Burroughs, Reporter
A New Year and the first Sun
day in the New Yc»,r! This was a
day "f rejoicing for every true
child of G«d. Each one brojahed up
within himself (and renewed his
covenant with G'sl, resolving never,
to him back, but to grow a little'
stronger in flaith, to sacrifice a
little more and in every was striv- !
ing daily to reach “the mark of
the high calling which is in Jes
The Sunday school was as usual
ual at the appointed hour. This dc
partment elected Mr. I). Stjth, for
merly of Lincoln, Nebr, as their
new suipeHntendont for the year
n'hu morning service was turn-1
«i over to the congregation anri
each one expressed his or her de
termination. At the close of this
pnrt of he service, Rev. Jones told
of a dream or vision that came
t" him just prior to his taking up
the charge here We must say that
wo believe each member was deep
ly impressed by the relating of
this unique* experience and will
strive t0 ,profit by it. The right
hand «»f fellowship was given to
Tho evening service was the ob
i servance "f the Lord’s Supper, af
| ter listening to a semionetto by
j i he pastor. The new members were
added to the church
The sick list remains the, same
with a few more names added.
Please remember them by visits and
Mr. and Mrs Miles Speese, 2618
No. 27»h St. gave a New Year’s
dinner honoring members of their
family4 Those (present were* Mr.
and Mrs. A, Rice and daughter,
Betty Ann; Mr. and Mrs. C. McBay
of Creston, la.; Mr. and Mrs Wm.
Baltimore, jr., MV and Mrs. Harry
Speese, Mrs. E. Gardiner and
daughter, Delia Mae; and Mr and
Mr. and Mrs. N Williams The
centerpiece for the dining table
was a large Christmas cactus Each
guest spent an enjoyable day and
relished immediately the dinner pre
pared by their congenial hostess.
Mrs. Carrie Austin, 2604 No
27th St., entertained at her home
on Deo 28th with a formal party
in honor of the Needle Oraft Guild.
Each member invited a guest. The
church extends New Year’s greet
ings to all
Rev. Johnson, Pastor
Mrs. Willa Varner, Reporter
The services for this week past
were impressive At the morning
worship the iwistor preached from
Ft. Matthew 115:22- "Then Peter took
him ami befyan to rebuke him say
ing, Be it far from thee, Lord:
this shall not bo unto thee.” Sub
ject, "Lord Is It I.”
At (5 o’clock the president open
ed the union The attendance was
good. The lesson was taken from
the first* chapter of Luke. Rev
Garnett, our assistant pastor
brought many interesting thoughts
from the lesson.
At th|t' evening wjorship Rdtv
Johnson prnached front Jeremiah
18:8. Those wh" witnessed this
powerful sermon were made to re
joice. On<i soul was united to the
ehureh We invite you to come to
church Sunday evening Jan.
10th, at 3 p. m nnd hear Rev,
Phillips for I?eth<‘l AME church.
We are putting on a great drive
so we invite you to c«me and help
us put the program over for God
EMPTY garage, 2 furnished rooms,
2716 N. 28th Ave. WE 5549.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
2 Room Apt., light, heat. WE 2365.
Furnished Apnrtment, 2865 Ohio.
2 ROOM kitchenette apt- AT 5576
3 furnished apartments. WE
2 Rooni Apnrtment, modern!,
light, heat. WE 4285
APARTMENT, employed couple,
ROOMS FOR RENT
Furnished Rooms—WE 2328.
ROOM 2432 Grant WE 4393
FURNISHED room. 2235 Grant St.
NEATLY furnished rooms. WE
APT. to a couple or two men. 2230
Room for nice couple—near car
line HA. 2470.
FURNISHED room AT 2523.
ROOM—worknp couple WE 6421
Front Room for rent. 1816 Nicho
9- ROOM modern house $30 per
month. 2522 Maple Street.
NICE furnished room, WE 2582.
FOR RENT—Love’s Kitchenette
Apartments. 2516-18 Patrick, or
2613 Grant st. Call We. 5553.
MODERN room for right party,
married or single Phone Webster
5728. 2718 No. 28th Ave.
FTANKLIN fumlsbaJ modern
apartments, 2214 No. 21at St_
Apply 1711 Cuming St..
NICE room in quiet home, near
carline. WE 2085
2 rooms in modem home. Rent to
gether or separatly. AT 6827. ■"
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PERRY AND SON.'Transfer, 2624
Caklwell, AT 0114.
SnOE REPAIR snops
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SERVICE NONE BETTER;
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FRANK STUTO, Shoe Repairing
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CHURCH OF GOD
2025 North 24th St-wet
It. L, Moody, Minister
Mr*. Edna W- Moody, Reporter
Tho services fofc- January 3rd
were very instructive and inapring.
Miss Ellesa Victoria Williams spoke
three times. Each time her mes
sage was searching and thought
We invite <>ur friends to come
and hear her. She wll speak at
3 p m. on Jan. 10th, if the L«rd
MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH
3211 Pinkney Street
Rev. J. G. Gated, Pastor
U* L. BlHingsley( Reporter
Sunday school was well attended
especially in the midst of the cold
wave. Morning services were con
ducted by the pastor. A meeting
of testimonial praises to God, in
adoration to Him for a successful
year was witnessed
BYPU is doing fine.
For the evening worship, Rev.
Gates delivered a very profound
message He used as a text, “I
come in the name of the Lord," af
ter which the Lord's Supper was
served. Mrs. U L. Billingsley,
president of the Union Mission,
wishes to announce a meeting of
the executive bjard 4n Sunday,
Jan. 10th at paradise Baptist
church at 3 p m. All members »re
urged to be present.
CHURCH OP THE LIVING
GOD C. M P. F.
2316 North 25th Street
Elder Green, Pastor
Mrs. C- A. Brayboyi Reporter
Sunday school met at the usual
hour—9:30 a. m. The lesson was
taken from St. Joihn 1:18. Many
good thoughts were taken from the
lesson. At 11:30 the pastor brought
us n wonderful message. One soul
as united with the church. At 3:30
tho program was very successful
Rev. Steal ptreachd a noble sermon
fr«»m Isaiah 6:8. At 8:30 the pas
tor brought another burning mes
sage. Tho program scheduled for
th. second Sunday in January is
changed to the 4th- Come one,
come all, to tho homecoming pro
TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH
1837 North 2-Hh Street
Rev. W. L. Canady. Pastor
W. B. Robinson, Reporter
Our church has been doing some
very tangible work under tlhe pas
tor, N. C. Cannon, but beginning
with Sunday, Jan 10th, Rev. W.
L. Canady, now assistant pastor,
MCI tp-inqo oq, pi a&nsqp ut oq riav
Cannon, the pastor, has been ap
pointed to do some research w°rk
which will take him as far east
as New York and as far south as
Memphis, Tenn. lie will devote
most of his time to that work for
a long period serving us when it'
is possible to do so. Rev. P. M Har
ris, State Missionary of the New
Era Baptist State Association of
tho State of Nebraska, has been
asked to give us as much of his
time as p<>ssible jn helping us to
carry on in His Name that doeth
all thiigs well.
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WE. 0998 .. 1904 N- 24th St.
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Lucky oil believed to prevent
evil, misfortune; to attract
good luck, happiness and pros
Send 25c for Jinx Removing
Branch-Japo Oriental Incense
Co-, 2419 Seward St, Omaha.
Nebraska- Mail orders given
BUY SIMPSON GIFT
CERTIFICATES NOW j
Redeemable at face value on a
suit, overcoat, topcoat, tux
edo, full dress suit, until
July 1, 1937. ..J
as gifts for Christmas, birth-]
days, graduation, anniver- ■
saries, father’s day, Easter.;
Charles H. Davis,
the Simpson Man
PLATFOSir.i OF THE OMAHA GUIDE
Race prejudice must go. The Fatherhood of God and the Brother
hood of man must prevail. These are the only principles which will stand
the acid test of good citizenship in time of peace, war and death.
(1) We must have our pro-rata of emp'oyme’nt in businesses to
which we give our patronage, such as grocery stores, laundries, furniture
stores, department stores and coal companies, in fact every concern which
we support. We must give our citizens the change to live respectably
We are tired of educating our children and permitting them to remain
economic slaves and enter into lives of shame.
(2) Our pro-rata of employment for the patronage to our public
corporations such as railroad companies, the street car company, the
Nebraska Power company, the Notrhwestern Bell Telephone company and
other establishments which we are forced to support by right of franchise.
Also our pro-rata of employment in return for the takes we pay in our city,
county, state and federal government.
(3) To encourage the establishment of a first class hospital that
we may get the best that here is in medical science from our doctors whom
we know to be nearest to us, also to encourage a high respect of them and
encourage more of our girls to take nurses training.
.4) An one hundred per cent deportment of our citizens in our
public or private places of business, especially on street cars .If we are to
be respected we must act respectably, especially in public places where we
are constantly before the public’s eye.
,5» A one hundred per cent membership in the Omaha branch of
the N. A. A. C. P. should be had to encourage the efforts put forth by the
founders of the organization and to assist the general office to establish a
five million dollar endowment fund to maintain operating expenses and to
further the principles of the N. A. A. C. P. All people of all races must be
educated up to a higher principle and a more thorough understanding of
Inter-racial relationship that our country may in reality be a government
of the people, for the people and by the people, in whole and not in part.
(6) The re-establishment of the Christian Religion as Christ
taught it, for the uplifting of mankind, eliminating financial and per
sonal gain. A practical Christian religion, week days as well as Sunday.
An attitude toward our fellowman as a brother in order to establish a prin
ciple which will guide the destiny of each other’s children, our neighbor’s
children today are our children tomorrow.
(7) Courteous treatment in all places of business and the enforce
ment of the State Civil right law.
(8) To encourage and assist in the establishment of the following
financial institutions near 24th and Lake streets: A building and Loan
association, a state bank, and, also, a first-class trust company for the
purpose of administering aid and assistance to our widows and children.
(9) To encourage he erection of a one hundred thousand dollar
Young Men’s Christian association building near 24th and Lake streets.
(10) To enlarge the Young Women’s Christian Association that it
may supply sufficient dormitory accommodations.
(11) To teach our citizens to live economically within their earn
ing capacity by printing in each issue a budget system for various salaries.
(12) To make Omaha a better city in which to live by inaugurating
a more cosmopolitan spirit among our American citizens.
(13) To put a stop to the Divorce Evil by passing a state law mak
ing the mistreatment of a wife or a husband by either of them a crimianl
offense to be decided by a jury, first offense, jail sentence of a short dura
tion, second offense one of longer duration, third offence from one to five
years in the penitentiary. This, we believe, will make me'! and women
think before marrying.
(14) We must become owners of our city government by paying a
seemingly higher salary to those whom we employ to administer its af
fairs, a salary that will attract men of high caliber.
(1) Fight for a passage of the Dyer Anti Lynch bill and thus stop
the shameful lynching of American citizens.
(2) One of our citizens in the president’s cabinet.
(3) Federal control of the educational sysem that every child
must have a high school education.
(4) Assist in the furtherence of recearch by our scientists and His
torians to prove that civilization was first founded in Africa.
(5) Establish a political influence which will bring about our pro
rata of higher appointments made by our chief executives.
(6) Stop graft in politics by passing a Federal Law making election
day a legal holiday and compelling every American citizen of voting age
(7) Prevent further wars by teaching the socalled white race that
it is high time for them to quit fooling themselves about white supremacy
with only three-tenths of this world’s population. They must be taught
that color is due to climatic conditions. They must be taught that seven
tenths of the world’s population is made up of darker races. They must
be taught that the rays of the sun that blazes upon the equator and turn
the skin brown do not effect the power of the brain any more than the
coldness of icy glaciers effect the brain of the white race; and that the
darker races will not continue to be crushed by a money mad fed. If the
Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of man are not welded into the
hearts of this world’s famly now, by teaching the principles laid down by
our Saviour, it will be welded into the hearts of our children some day,
soon, on the bloodiest battlefield this world has ever known.
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