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IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL
MAYO S BARBER SHOP
Ladle*' and Children’■ Worl
2422 Lake Street.
HINES TAILOR SHOP
Cleaning, Pressing and Re
.Dyeing and Hat Cleaning
Dresses Cleaned and Press
ed—Fur Crafting, Etc.
2523 Q STREET
Men’s Dress Shirts 13V2 to 20
Men’s Ties. $.29—4 for $1.00
Open Evenings Un il 10
From Now Until Xmas
ACE TIE SHOP
Enroll now for fall classes.
Graduates prepared to pass any
State Board Examination.
2422 N 22nd St. WE 0846
' 1 Made to order by FIT-RITE
| ' Improved method BY MAIL,
• eun ■ all over world. Finest quality.
etnu money-back guarantee you
NO WILL BE SATISFIED. We take
your word. Catalog and Impression
MONEY material FREE. Write TOOAYI
UNITED STATES DENTAL CO.
D^gtfllA Milwaukee Ave. Chisago, III.
North 24th Street
1807 No. 24th Si. «« 42411
Have your old shoes made to
look and wear like new.
Our invisible resoling is ji st
what you need to keep yt ur
feet nice and warm.
Men’s and Women's shoes
left over for sale.
/ Biggest 10c Meals In City <
!■ Everybody Welcom. J
Here’s a laxative
that is purely vege
table, prompt and
reliable. Sold by
druggists for nearly
100 years. Try it!
•' * * »♦'» ■■
Queen of Sparkling Drinks
12 oz. for 5c
We Buy Old Gold
Watch and Jewelry Repairing
We Loan Money on Ererythinf
and Loan Co.
Corner 24th and Erskine
2414 N*. 24th St. Om»ka, Nebr
NOTE:—Your question w;';I be nnswered FREE in this col
umn ONLY when a dipping of this eolumn is enclosed with YOUR
QUESTION. YOUR FULL NAME, BIRTHDATE and CORRECT
ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY send twenty-five cents and
a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my NEW ASTROLOGY
READING and receive by return mail my FREE ADVICE on
THREE QUESTIONS. Send all letters to Abbe Wnllace, care of
The Omaha Guide, 2418 Grant Street, Omaha, Nebraska.
J. B. H.—Would it be 'vise for
me to keep the business up that I
am in or rest up for a while. Also
have I b en deceived by the girl
that ,1 am in love with ?
Ans; Vt'a do need a rest but
right now 's not a good time to
try to get it continue with th's
business. No . you haven’t been
deceived by the girl you are with
you will find this out in a shoit
K. R. VY.—Should I quit the job
that I am now on and do as I
have fn mind and would I be sue.
Ans: Wait just a few more
wqeks before making up your
mind definitely. You should no*
be too hasty in making up your
mind for the other thing you
have in view does not appear to
he the best business venture.
O. D.—Do I love this old mar
ried man that I have been gomg
around wi*b ?
Ans: Absolute not and you
don't realize what good times you
are missing by associating with
him. You scare the single boys off
when you i<m with married men.
This party does not care anything
for you and it would be to your
advantage to give him up altoget.
F. W.—Will I be successful in
making the trip that I have in
Ans: Yes and things will turn
cat just as good or better than
you now expect. You have nothing
whatever to fear.
€. L-—What does Willie mean
acting like he has lately? What
should I do now?
Ans: You should stop writing to
him for he is trying to show
you that he >sn’t the least concern
cd about your affair any longer.
Willie is going to enjoy life for j
the next few years and does not
want to he tied down to anyone, j
W. R.—Have been reading your
column and thoroughly enjoy it
Will I get either of the jobs I have*
in mind ?
Ans: (Jo right afier the job that
you inquired about some three or
four weeks ago for it seems to
mo that this is the One that you
will get and be more pleased with.
L. S. F.—Is it best for me to go
north and I would Like to know if
my ide will get better?
Ans: Remain in the south this
winter you couldn’t possibly do
any better in the north than you
; arc doing right now. See a doctor
■ about the pain you are having im
P. W. C.—1 am planning to take
! the county examination and won
I der if I need worry seriously about
Ans: No ydu shouldn’t al
though you must realize that it is
going to be ‘‘rather catchy.” If
you have mastered ydur (course
thoroughly you won’t have any
thing to fear. Y<Ai will get work
during the year, 1938
Mrs. Alice Vivian of Ottumwa,
la. spent the holidays visiting her
father and stepmother, Mr. and
Mrs. S. C. Bolden, 2633 Grant.
Notice to Subscribers—
Please notify the Omaha Guide
office, by mail or telephone, as to
your change of address. The post
al authorities make a charge for j
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charge a small fee of five cents
for each change of address with
! out notice. Please call WE 1517 or
| mail us a post card with your new
address on it, at one week before
you move. This will prevent a du
plication of papers and the five
cents charge. Thanking you for
your cooperation in this matter,
THE OMAHA GUIDE PUB. CO ;
,Rev R. W, Johnson, pastor of
Metropolitan Spiritual church and
winner of the Omaha Guide Popul
arity and (’hristmas G'ft contest,
was recipient, of a large box of
groceries Thursday evening, there
1 y climaxing t.he Guide’s first
Ministers popularity contest.
Ralrgh Hugh s, well known on
21t^ street, was reported as having
died in a local hospital this week.
Rev. R. W. Johnson returned
from *a lovely v'sit with his mother
in Kansas Ci'y Friday in time to
participate in a wonderful watch
n- eting h°ld at the Metropolitan
Spiritual chinch of which he is
At a formal party giv n at. the'r
hon! ■ 3115 Frankl'n stree’, on
Monday evening December 27.
M*. and Mrs. Edward R. Fletch r
a’ pounced the engagement of their
(’-’light r Miss Sus’e Lorra’nc
Fletcher to Mr. Charles W. Dicker
pen, jr. son of Mr. Charles W.
Diekersan. Only tho fam ly and
cloy? friends of the couple were
present. No date, has been set for
Mrs. Edna Mrfcchell of Moline.
111., is the house guest of Mrs.
Colouitt of 2754 Lake street for
a*1 indefinite stay. She and her
namesake. Mrs. Edna Mitch1.11 of
2621 Grant street had a lovely
visit with each other during the
holidays. They first became ac
quainted last year when Mrs.
Mitchell was also visiting in the
Red-Painted Freight Car* Hot
Government tests have shown tin !
Ulterior of red-painted freight earl |
:o he hotter than those painted yel
low. hut cooler thnn those witt
black paint exteriors.
Splitting Spider Web*
Spider webs used in certain scieu
Jiic instruments In Europe ate
about .00015 of nn inch in diameter,
and some have to he split for spa
elally delicate use.
Many Rural De’ivery Truck*
More motor trucks are used In
the rural free delivery of mall Ilian
In any other business. It is report
ed that 570,001) trucks are used hy
(Continued from Page. 1)
The* case in Montgomery county
wus argued in the* spring of 1937
and terminal d by an ago eine.nt
by t' e county board of education
to adopt a uniform, riondiserim’n
nfnry snlaty scale. This case will
result in the Montgomery county
Negro fi aeh rs receiving a salary
increase amounting to $30,000 an
nually. Before, the case was filed a
Negro rVmentary school principal
in Montgomery received $012 a
,\rnr. whereas a white t acher with
the same qualifications and exper
ience was n ceiving $1,175 a year.
The Calvert county waq
t'ded in November 19.37 and settled
C comber 27, by the county board
of education making an agreement
to equalize salaries, beginning one
third in August 1938 and full
equalization by August 1939. Tb’
Hi lay is due to the necessity of
providing additional funds out of
the next tax levies. When full
equalization is p ached. Negro
teachers in Calvert county will have
their salaries increased over $16,.
The NAACP lawyrrs who have
successfully handled these teach
ers salary cases are Thurgood
Marshall and Charles H Houston
of tbr New* York national office
ard Ed\va**d P. Lovett of Wash,
ir.gton, D. C.
After discussing the 1 gul action
taken and the compromise p aclvd
n Montgomery an'd Calvert coun
ties. the Governor said:
“I think it hut fair to say that
in arriving at such an agreement,
the representatives of the colored
teachers made the sta<ment that
they wei-e quite willing to await
permanent, fiscal adjustments, to
be made by the n:xt legislature,
and thus avoid any curtailment of
the salaries now* paid to white
“,It se ms to me that th^se steps
are in the r'ght direction and T
heartily approve the proposed ar
rangements. It s an admirable
thing t/hat the county authorities
408 S. 16 St
8c SHIRTS 8c
When Finished Out of Any Family Service
ZORIC DRY CLEANERS
2324 No. 24th St __WE 1029
B & SEMI.
I LUMP $
I MINE RUN $8.75
AKfc YOU PAYING $1 MORE?
SAVE WITH RAINBO!
XMH CfSili* 3901 LEAVENWORTH g J
Front room for rent n ar carl'ne
AT 2694. 2706 Erskine St.
FOR RENT—Love’s Kitchenette
Apartments, 2616-18 Patrick, or
2613 Grant st. Call We. 6653.
lice room in modern home. 2705
*c cognize the justice, of the claims
pi'erp nted by the colored teachers,
and it is equally admirable that
the latter are willing to wait a
■ easonable time for the lycessary
adjustments to be made so as not
to disturb the salaries of th«ir
whit,e colleagues "
Governor For Repeal
’'We must take slops as soon
as the legislature mo :ts to repeal
discriminatory laws," the Governor
said. "It will be my policy during j
the reminder of niv frr-rm to fur
ther this, and I shall instruct th1
piesent budget director who must.
1 ike the preliminary steps in the. j
| compilation of the budget for my
! successor, whoever he may be, to
include an additional sum in the
it xt State's budget so that, those
counties which are entitled under
the law to financial assistance
from the statt for the county
schools will be enabled to pay the
same salaries to all teachers un.
der similar circumstances."
Mrs. Ruby Maeer and sons of
Mason City, la., spent the holidays
| visiting her aunts. Mrs. W. M.
N*. Ison. 2621 Blondo and Mrs.
S. C. Bolden, 2623 Grant.
Oleau Large Lump
>ne modern furnished re*n "m r*t
vate home $2.00 per weak.
at 2210 Ho. 21th St.
Neatly furnished rooms s'rickly
modern for rent $2.00 per week i
nd up. Apartment and houses for I
ent. Call AT 7435 or Mrs. E. Z
Exon, WE 3678. • I
2 >nd 4 rcem apartments with pi
vatr. bath. Call JA 0386.
jiiijie front modern apar!menf
and jfarajre. 2226 Ohio street.
Apartment, Call WE 2365.
•1 room apartment, furnished. $12
per month. HA 0485.
Furnished rooms, strictly modern
Call JA 6428.
A nice warm room fop a nice man.
Call AT 0350. $2.00 per week.
Apartment fur rent 2 rooms. 2504
Front Room mar carline AT 270^
Surgical Co.,I nc.
MED. ARTS BLDG.
Ill South 17th St. Omaha
EMPTY SOCKETS I
Breed Eyestrain... I
Precious Eyes will Pay the Penalty
Sight protection is important in his young liie!
See that he has the right amount and the right
kind of light for all seeing tasks. Do these three
things. Check and (ill empty sockets. Replace
burned-out and undersized bulbs with lamps
oi the correct wattage. And keep a generous
supply on hand at all times! Better Light means
SEE YOUR DEALER
Enjoy BETTER LIVING
with Cheap Electricity
f B li J.
VOBE * SON Upright, I A Cft
Kbnniird ta.tr, a mil beauty I iiw6
EMERSON Upright, a real A 9 Eft
bargain. good tone . aMiuw
CARLE A NELSON Upright. at cft
beautiful walnut cate. a I «UW
KNABE Upright, Just aa Cft
received, u bargain .. Ofciww
EMERSON Cabinet t.rand. AO Cft
walnut rate, a real buy .. NrlexJW
SCIIILLLR t pright, looha CA Aft
like new. wonderful lone . Ut«UW
STEIN WAY Upright. AO Aft
Perfect. Ebony finish.710*0w
HARDMAN Upright. P] Cft
mahogany, a real value .. O InlUf
SCHMOLLEK A MUELLER EC Aft
I pright. fine oak cate xJUiUV#
KOIII.EK A HAMPBELL. 1C Aft
Attractive light walnut cate * vltOvj
HARDMAN OR AND, p A Cft
rosewood caw. real value Uwiwv
MASON HAMLIN Upright, i AC Aft
rleh niahugunN rate; s*t rial I mv»Ui#
HTETTEKGKKN Grand. i CA Aft
Bargain, good condition ... * wU«x#U
WOKY drand, < TC rtf*
Except Iona I value ........ ■ I uiUW
IIAZELTON Grand. AQC Aft
A real value ..fctfiliUtl
WE HAVE OTHER AT
ALL PRICES. SEE THE*!!
IDS7 Msdels H:t!uc:d
.Mono.. ', pel lt d ll Mil. f, f
nm v,u. i,u.i id la
Winter a Co. hmiUi;., « t
maliog. wan S 6$. no.v k^v*iv.U
Story A Clark IC IT AC c f*A
ounl-l Dynamic Spinel w^wiVJ
and 1937 MODELS
CKOSLEY Table Model, T AC
7-Tube . J.3J
STEIN IT E Table Model. O AC
7-Tube . OiJD
EDISON Console, C AC
6- Tube . D>39
PHILCO Baby Grund, e ra
7- Tube .O.OIf
RADIOL A Highboy, |A QC
RCA VICTOR Console, I A AC
10-Tube. I J»Jd
VICTOR Combination, AA ecu
7-Tul»e . tiidll
1*111 i ro Highboy De Luxe, 22
1937 Models Reduced
G-E C onsole. Keg. $(M.98 44 44
All-Wave, 7-Tube . OrJeOd
RCA VICTOR Console, 44 44
All-Wave, 7-Tube . «Jw«ww
.STROM HE KG-CARLSON Console. r
All-Wave, a Real a A fa
Beauty. 6-Tube . HTJnUU (
and 1937 MODELS
HM a m 1990, 10 cnt
4-cu. ft., reduced to.
(mUNOVV, S-cu. ft., OO RA
reduced to . 05fe0il
(jKNERAL ELECTBIC, 10 RA
d-cu. ft., reduced to.
CKOSI.KY, 4-cu. ft., ON RA
reduced to . •DeDV
KKLYINATOR, f-CU. ft., QC AA
reduced to . DOtDM
It K O MATIC, 6 eu. ft., OQ RA
reduced to . ooiOM
Plano Accordion, Lover! AA CA
M bMi demonstrator, rod. 04b31#
Plano Accordion. Ancona Hopranl 43
bass with shift Ley, Q c AA
ortg. $140. reduced to. Q9b9\M
Plano Accordion, Crucinelll I to haan
4 sets reeds, was $175, AC AA
reduced to . 3D.UU
Plano Aecordlon. Cellini 120-bnss.
moss green pearl, was | AA AA
$tt5. reduced to . I UU.Ull
Trombone. King, excellent, CC A A
orlg. $120. now . DDfUII
Trumpet, Conn Conqueror, CA AA
Into model, orlg. $120. now 5JU.UIN
Trumpet, York, perfect cond. AC Affc
orlg. $100. now .
Comet, Carl Fisher, silver AA cm
gold bell, reduced . £9bW
Clarinet. Penxel-Mueller B-f»nt. «ren
ad 11 la wood; Boehn, completely recon
ditioned, reduced JQ gQ
| I'Kll < larlnrt. a. I»w .. U~00 |
in Brand New Floor
and Electrical Appliances
Autocrat Gas Range, o Q rn
1937 model reduced to wstOw
Garland Gas Range, was C4 CA
H9.50, reduced to.wHiOM
G-E Electric Dish Washer, complete
unit, originally $330, re- aac a a
duced for quick clearance 4fcU,wil
Electric Food Mixer, adjust- C QC
able speeds, sensational value Oi3w
Floor f^anips, bronze and Ivory
bases. Silk shades. I a ae
Choice....:..... ■ ■isu
1516 DODGE ST.
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