The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, June 26, 1937, Page FIVE, Image 5

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    New Apartments
Will Open Soon
Spend it where—with—and for
the comfort of the people you pet
it from.
We think that's good logic. The
following is the announcement our
reporter brought in announcing the
opening of fifty-four newly decor
ated modern apartments with ten
nis courts adjoining.
To my friends and the Public:
I am taking this means of an
nouncing that I have acquired the
Oxford addition adjoining the La
Casa Hotel. In all, there are eight
houses now being remodeled into up
to-date apartments, furnished and
some unfurnished. We will also
have several five and two room
houses for rent, also several ten
nis courts.
I am desirous of making this
enterprise prove to be an additional
medium of service in and to the
community. It is my sincere hope
that as time passes, this institu
tion will grow and prosper, and in
so doing offer a better and broad
er service to the entire community.
Looking forward to having you
visit and inspect the apartments
when they are completed, I ami
Herman Friedlander
JA 9100
Omaha National Bank Building
In the County Court of Douglas
County, Nebraska..
In the matter of the estate of
Newton N. Rone, deceased.
To. Riley McClung and John T.
McClung and to their spouses, heirs
at law, creditors and all other per
hsons interested in said estate:
You arc hereby notified that on
the 18th day of June, 1937, Halley
M. Bliznak filed her petition in the
County Court of Douglas County,
Nebraska, alleging that Newton N.
Rone died prior to January 7,
1929, and that on said date a decree
was entered in the Probate Court of
Cook County, Illinois which de
creed that the said Riley McClung
and John T- McClung, among others
were heirs of the said Newton N.
Rone, and that the said Newton N.
Rone at the time of his death was
seized and possessed of real es
tate in Douglas County, Nebraska,
described as Lot Six (6) in Woh
lers, Place an Addition in Douglas
County, Nebraska, as surveyed,
platted and recorded; and that the
petitioner is interested in said
real property in that she holds a
deed from all of the heirs of said
Newton N. Rone, except the said
Riley McClung and John T. Mc
Clung. The petitioner prays that
this Court forthwith fix a time and
place for hearing of said petition;
ar.d for giving notice thereof to
said heirs and all other persons in
terested as required by
law, and that the Court enter a
decree that more than two years
have elapsed since the death of
said Newton N. Rone, that he died
intestate seized of said lot, and
no application has fcen made in
the State of Nebraska for an ap
pointment of an administrator of
his estate, and that the heirs of the
deceased, their degree of kinship
and their right of descent in said
real property be entered according
to law, and that further adminis
tration of said estate be dispensed
You are therefore notified that
a hearing upon said petition will
be had in the County Court Room
in the Douglas County Court
House in Omaha, Nebraska on the
30th day of July, 1937 at 9 o’clock,
A. M., and that if you fail to ap
pear at said time and place to con
test said petition, the Court may
grant the same and enter its decree
of heirship thereon, and dispense
with further administration of said
Bryce Crawford
County Jludge
Be. 2-26-End. 7-10
Eat Spring Chicken ‘til Bacon
Comes Down .. lb. 20c
Georgia Sweet Watermelons lb. 3c
Hardings ‘ice Cream,
..Pts. 15c; Qts. 25c
27th at Grant WE 6089
Free Storage Pay Next Fall
Fully Insured
J. L. Wood and Co.
1406 Farnam St. JA 1619
Lubies Bar Adds •
Cocktail Lounge
In appreciation of the patronage
of its many friends Lubies Bar,
1818 No. 24th street, is enlarging
its tavern, adding a Cocktail lounge
for the comfort and convenience of
the public.
Additional electric fans and
comfy booths are being installed
And delicious, cooling tropical
drinks can be had at the bar,
George Washington and John Nunn
are the very efficient bartenders.
The proprietors are Messrs.
Lubie Nance and Lee Washington.
Mr. Bostic, Harlem journalist,
was recently appointed jun
ior clerk in the Department of In
ternal Revenue, First District of
New York. Bostic lives at 636 Put
nam avenue, Brooklyn, and comes,
politically, from the 17th Assem
bly District of his borough. The
young man is a native of Mt. Holly,
N. J., received his elementary
training in his home town, high
school training in Atlantic City and
Philadelphia, and took the A. B.
from Morgan college in ‘29. His
newspaper work is confined to radio
comment; and he is announcer for
baseball games at Dyckman oval,
Manhattan, each Sunday. Bostic
created a sensation recently when
ho formally protested to the New
York State Boxing Commision that
he had been gyped when he paid
$16.60 for a ticket to see Joe Louis
and Bob Pastor fight, charging he
saw a foot race. Several sports
'writers in the daily press support
ed Bostic’s contention. (C)
Sidney U. Uedniond
St. Louis attorney-at-law, prac
ticing from Peoples Finance bu'i !
m;;, 11 No. Jefferson street, who
is a member of counsel of Lloyd
C. Gaines, graduate of Lincoln uni
versity, Afferson City, who is at
tempting ,to force the State of
Missouri to admit him to the Law7
School of the University of Miss
ouri. The case is now before the
State Supreme Court. Associated in
the case with young Redmond are
H. H. Epsy of St. Louis, and Char
les If. Houston, head of the NAA
CP legal staff of New York. Mr.
Redmond, from Jackson, Miss., is
a Harvard man. (C)
| Negro Nurse Honored
For Work In Spain
New York, June 26 (CNA)—
Salaria Kee, first Negro nurse to
go to Spain, was praised in an in
terview released by the Spanish
Government information bureau in
Valencia. Miss Kee, an Ohio girl
trained in Harlem hospital, New
York, left with a unit of the Medi
cal Bureau to Aid Spanish Demo
I cracy in March, and has been with
one of the bureau’s base hospitals
near Albacette.
“Miss Kee is a lovely girl/’ said
the interview. “As the first nurse
of her race here, she does credit to
the Negro people. Her work in the
hospital where every nurse and
doctor has to do the work of sev
eral others has proven her real
The Medical Bureau, 381 Fourth
avenue, New York City, has sent
85 nurses and doctors to Spain for
the three base hospitals and one
mobile hospital set up there, which
keeps in equipment and supplies by
contributions from anti-fascists and
friends of Democracy in this coun
Johnson Drug Co.
Liquors, Wines and Beer
WE- 0998 .. 1904 N- 24th St.
Organize New Orlean s Hoard of Trade
— —
New Orleans, I.a-, June 24 (ANP)
—Closing one of the most signifi
cant and interesting three-day bu
siness institutes ever conducted in
this section of the country, local
Negro business men and women
have organized a Board of Trade,
to be affiliated with the National
Negro Business League, and im
mediate steps are being taken to
“further the commercial, economic,
social and civic interests of parti
cipating members,” as stated in the
purpose of the organization.
The three-day institute, sponsor
ed by the YMCA School of Com
merce on the campus of Dillard
university, brought to New Or
leans some of the nation’s best
known business leaders.
Included among those who were
active participants on the program
were C. C. Spaulding, president of
the North Carolina Mutual Life
nsurance company and president of
the Merchants’ and Farmers' Bank
of Durham, N. C.; J. B. Blayton,
C. P. A., professor of the. Citizens
Trust Company of Atlanta; Asa
Spaulding, actuary for the North
Carolina Mutual Life Insurance
Company, Durham N. C.; James A.
,/Vckson, Special Representative,
Standard Oil Company of New
Jersey; Albon L. Holsey, Field Of
ficer, United States Department of
Agriculture, and executive secre
tary of the National NegTo Busi
ness League and Arnett Lindsay,
formerly of the Peoples Finance
Cor., St. Louis, Mo., who is promo
tion secretary of the Atlanta Cham
ber of Commerce. Other business
loaders were present from Georgia
and Florida.
The program, whch comprised all
day meetings on Friday and Satur
day, and a public meeting on Sun
day, consisted of seminars for gro
cers, garage ad servce station men,
undertakers, insuraner^men and two
general sessions. Hundreds attend
The organization of the board of
Trade took place at the conclu
}sion of the institute, with W. H.
Mitchell, jr., executive secretary of
the YMCA School of Commerce,
elected president. Mr George Mo
Demmond, secretary of the hospit
alization plan at Flint-Goodridge
hospital,, was named executive se
The local group has already
formed a committee on cooperative
buying, and is procecdng with a
comprehensive program.
Clarinda, la.
Miss Louise Nash, Reporter
Second Baptist Church
Regular services were held at
the Second Baptist church Sunday
afternoon. A splendid program
was rendered by the Fathers. All
services were well attended.
Mrs. Jbe Jones left for Daven
port where she will atten the Grand
session of the O. E. S. of which
■ he is a grand officer.
' birthday party was given in
h< nor of Miss Liska Moss at the
home of Isaac Watts.
A moonlight picnic was given re
cently honoring Miss Fern Beard.
The Presiding Elder Committee
of St. Jacobs AME church gave an
entertainment on Thursday even
Mrs. Florence Rice of Omaha is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Lorene
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Griggs are
the parents of a seven and three
quarter pound baby boy. The
young man has been christned
Ronald Eugene.
Mrs. Jessie Stewart of Burling
ton is spending a few days with her
mother, Mrs. Elsie Campbell.
The Clarinda All Stars took their
first defeat of tlie season by a
margin of one point when they met
the local CCC team.
Mrs. Ila Willis was hostess to
the Beeler club on Saturday even
ing. A delightful chicken dinner
was served.
Mrs. Wm. Walker is much im
proved from her illness.
Halean Willis is recovering nice
ly from an injured foot.
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A New Neighborhood Store
AT 16th and LOCUST
(2911 North 16th)
New Potatoes, 10 lbs_19c
5 lbs. OPS Flour__ 19c
Fresh Creamery Butt#_
...per lb 30c
OPS Bacon y2 lb. pkg.15c
Dolds Franks Sausage
Per lb__18c
Rev* 1). W. Baas, Pastor
Henryetla Makins, Reporter
"Come unto me nil ye that labor j
and are heavy laden and I will
give thee rest." How conveniently
this saying can be applied now, bnt
did Christ mc:|> lfiys’eal labor
brought on by these hot sultry days
or spiritual labor brought on by
exertion in trying to help men and
women see the light. Are you go
ing on in spite of the weather?
Sunday school was well attended
The lesson was very interestingly
brought out. "Kindness.” Christ
said, “Love ye one another,” mean
ing, ‘Be ye kind to one another’ for
I John 4-20, says, “Jf a man say, 1
love God, and hateth his brother,
he is a liar.” We can only love by
being kind.
Rev. Hayes of Zion Baptist
church spoke to the junior church.
Due to the absence of the pastor,
Rev. P. M. Harris preached both
morning and evening sermons.
Rev. D. M. Bass is in Little
24th and Cuming Sts.
Free Delivery JA 6564
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For Specials on Whiskeys,
Ivins, Beers nnd Wines—
3all Us.
Wine, high class, 5th..35c:
Du Bouchett Dry Gin, 5th 99c
! lletz—Robin Hood—Falstaff
Stcrz and Others
We Meet All Legal Price
Dock, Ark., attending the National
Youth Conference. He is expected
to return on the 21st.
To the sick—•Humble yourself in
the sight of the Lord, and He shall
lift you up. James 4-10.
Grudge not one against another,
brethem, lest yo be condemned, be-1
hold the Judge standeth before the
IB & B Barbecue
Tasty Delicious, Fresh
Barbecue is the kind you
want. The place to get it is
2817 No. 28th Arc. JA 0117
Open all night - Free delivery
Savsfactory Service in
Paint ing—Plastering
“Try Me”
530 Burdette Street
while you
Now—almost over
night—you can make
your skin many
shades lighter—free
from freckles, pim
ples, blackheads,
large pores, Diotcnes.
Tonight at bedtime spread Nadinola
Bleaching Cream on face, neck and arms.
While you sleep it gently dissolves dark
pigment. Remember—Nadinola is double
acting. It gives results you have never
found in any ordinary bleach.
rny Get Nadinola today at any toi
* "1 let counter or by mail p*stpaid.
AT OUR 50c. If not delighted, money
' DlCtr cheerfully refunded. NADI
NOLA, Dept. 93, Paris, Tcnn.
To the public desiring to make reserva
tions for our new apartments, please call
at our office at the
La Casa Hotel
JA 9100
Atity. Chares F. D'1'"'1
Atty. Charles P. Davis who was
elected Exalted Ruler of Klks
Lodge No. 02 Wednesday June
I<ong Distance Hauling
Moving and Storage
1‘hone WE.1656 2411 Urant S\
REMEMBER well dressed peo
ple never look run down at the
heel. Let us help you to look
2407 Lake Slreet
Full Line of Supplies
The right finish for every surface
Aquila Court Bulldiag ,IB.
Phone WE 6200
Opening .
of a New Furniture Store
The Nielson Furniture
2519 North 24th St.
Everything for the homo
at Hock Bottom Prices
Our Motto is: Courteous, Rf
fioient Service, Make Friends
and Keeps Them. Satisfaction
Trade in your old furnturo
for new. We Buy, Trade or Sell.
Free Gifts All Week
Any housekeeper who presents
this advertisement at our store
any day from Sat. June 25th to
Sat. July 3rd will receive a
useful article FREE. *
Lewis 0. Nielson, Mary E.
Nielson, proprietors
Get Money ... Love
* to h«||> you icct a new start i»
W#. No cm# beyond hop#. Stop wnrry
ngl Writ# m* toGay. Information FRKKt
M. WILLIAMS, Journal Square St a,
Jersey City, N. J.
Telephone wires and
cable connecting Omaha
wih New York City cost
many millions of dollars
and required years to
build....,but you can use
them for only $1.95.
(This is the night and
all day Sunday rate for
a three-minute conversa
tion when you ask to
talk to anyone available
at the telephone called
Efficiency and econo
my in providing telephone
service has given the
United Sta'es the best
and, for its value and
quality, the lowest priced
telephone service in the
FREE—Complete 21 0 It
point of examination ^ ^ ^
Quick service on du- ^
plicating broken len- Complete
ses. State registered ^ A F0R READING
i eyesight specialist in QUR 4gTH yEAR or DISTANCE
I charge. __
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tty Quaker Lady and j
Wayne Maid, at
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Muslins in striking patterns in
fluenced by Hollywood gaiety.
Swisses in soft pastels. Smart
subdued prints. Flock dot voiles
with crochet lace trimmings. Styles
flattering to every figure in sizes
11 to 2<! and 38 to 46.