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NOTE:—Your question w.'.l be .answered FREE in th;s col
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THREE QUESTIONS. Send all letters to Abbe Wallace, care of
The Omaha Guide, 2418 Grant Street, Omaha, Nebraska.
F. T—My son and h's wife keep
me upset ail the time. I want to
know if she has got him messed up
or not and please let me know
what to do,
Ans: They are just having a
few spats that will amount to
little or nothing as time goes
on. Your daughter-in law has
not caused your son any trou
ble of any kind and th© less
you see of them both the bet
ter off they will be. Don’t take
sides with either of them for
they are both in th© wrong.
S. Y.—My stepfather is in the
bed sick and he talks out of his
hesid all he time and I wonder if
someone on the job underminded
him. Let me know as soon as pos
sible what we should do?
Ans: Get a doctor and do so
immediately. No one has tried
to harm him. he has just
allowed himsdlf to get in a run
down condition and is the vic
tim of sickness right now.
B. M. O. D—,1s my husband deal
ing fair with me like he says and
shall I continue the work that I
am having done and will it be a sue
Ans: You have nothing to
fear.your husband is just
a« true to you right now as
he was the first week of your
marriage. Don’t put too much
faith in the work that you are
having done it can’t help
you too much.
C B.—Please tell me if you
think it is wise for me to leave
my wife? It seems that we are
aways nagging at each other and
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Pioneer Post 804. American
Legion sponsors a dance on |i
April 18 at the Strand Ball- !
room, at 6th and Broadway, I
Council Bluffs. Ia.
Wm. Givens. CommanHar_L
it just drives me to do wrong.
Ans: Life is much too short
to go through it in a ‘stew’
all of the time. Talk the mat
ter over with your wife tact
fully and carefully and see if
there isn’t something that can
be done. If not. then use
your own judgment about leav
1. T.—Does the boy I am going
with mean me any good and tell
mo about the boy that I used to go
Ans: Th'is boy doesn’t care
any more about you than your
ex-boy friend. You will find
yourself jilted again in a few
months so don't allow yourself
t* ^hjink too much of the boys
you go around with. Your ex
friend wil never mean anything
more to yoji.
P. W.—Is this job the one for
me to take? Can I get my Astro
| logy .Reading, from you now ?
Ans: The job is just exactly
what you have been looking
forward to for .the past three
years or. infact, ever since
you began your study as an
undertaker, Take it by all
means. Yes, if you will send a
I quarter you may secure one
of niy Astrology Readings and
opinions on three questions. Be
sure to send birthdate and cor
rect name and address.
E. H. C—I am married and ha\>,
four children but my health is so
very bad. Would I be doing wrong
to do what I have in mind?
Ans: Absolutely not.ar
range to go into New Orleans
right away for the series of
treatments that you have in
mind to take. You won’t ever
get better until you do receive
treatment for this condition.
Do something right away
Leaders Dodge Issue
(Continued from Page One)
Senate. The opponents of the anti
lynching bill, however, through
Senator Connally of Texas, let it
be known that they would filibuster
against such a motion if it were to
bo brought up and thus delay con
sideration of the relief bill
Just before the vote was taken,
Senator George W Norris, of Ne
braska, stated that he believed
that passage of the anti-lynching
bill would reopen old Civil war
wounds between the north and
south, and that all people would be
worse off than they had been be
fore. He said ;he thought the
south did well with the Negro pro
blem and that the government
ought not to do anything except
allow the south to solve it.
Mrs. A L. Hawkins, 2120ti No
24th street, was hostess to the
U.'opia club Wednesday afternoon.
Twelve guests were present
Mrs H. Vawter was hostess to
a group of friends at a delightful
bridge luncheon. Monday, at her
home. 1716 No- 28th street.
Prizes were won by Mrs I. S
McPherson and Mrs. Viola Lennox.
Mrs Carrie Jeswel won the booby
The seventh birthday of Mrs.
Marguerite Herald’s daughter,
Darling Marie was celebrated by
a party of 12 chMdren Games were
played an a birthday lunch was
She received many gifts.
Washington, D. C Mar. 3—Sen
ate attaches have estimated that
th0 total cost of the anti-lynching
filibuster was $460,000. which sum
includes salaries, overhead and
printing of the Senate.
The World’s featherweight
champion. Henry Armstrong is
still going strong. He knocked out
Charley Bums of Johnston, Pa. in
thQ second round of a ten round
bout. It was Armstrong’s 34th K. 0
10U sum 3^1} s,H •srjqSij gg U[
a'nke. Arm^imnn. ...» m'...
Mov ing Day At The
Fontenelle Homes, 44
Negroes Have leases
lesirable surroundings and recrea- j
ional opportunities for both chil
dren and adults at a most reason
80 attractive has this project
• roven that in 18 days over half
f the 284 apartments have been
cased, 44 of whom are Negroes A
?roup who captured history mak
ng records in wholesale migration,
that of being the first to register;
first to sign a lease and firsit to of
ficially occup an apartment in the
beautiful Logan Fontenelle Homos. ;
Tho principals in this history mak
ing epoch were Mrs. Esther Hicks, !
first to register; Mr. Granville I
Campbell, first Oo sign a lease I
and Mr- J. H. Taylor, first to oc
cupy an apartment. We are now
looking forward to the one whall
mark the lasft to sign a lease.
Mr. Sam Howell, Manager
The manager who is the modest
man about the projec t had lilfctle to
say, howver from his facial ex
pression it could be plainly seen
that he was overjoyed to know
that he was the power behind the
throne in bringing about this much
needed and worthy project.
Mr. Ouren, Asst Manager.
‘‘We are proud of our applicants
who are moving in today. We have
J10 families who seemingly are
thankful for their new homes ”
He further stated. "We want more
applicants for our new homes as
soon as possible ”
Mr. Dodd. Bulder.
‘ We know we have completed
our work and done a good job ”
‘ This is thp happiest day of my
life. I was reared in Omaha and
this is the first modern home that
I ha- g had the privilege to live in.”
“ft i.- good luck to move in when
its raining ”
On Monday March 7, there will
be an Institute for Volunteers
There will be both an afternoon
and evening session Thc afternoon
session begins at 1:00 p. m- The
evening session ait 7:30 p m. All
members and friends who are in
terested in securing information on
the whole program are invited to
b0 present. This Institute is plan
ned by the Volunteer Personnel
Committeee. The program is as fol
Afternoon Session, Mrs Vassie
Harrold, presiding. 1:00-1:15, Wor
ship; 1.15-2:15, The YWCA—What
Is It? Mrs. Herbert Wiggins; 2:15
4:00, The Program of the Branch,
Mrs Gladys A. Pullum, Mrs. Lucy
Charlotte Crawford; 4:00-5:00, Tha
Volunteer^ in t.hc YWCA, Mrs.
Thelma Hancock; 5:00-7:00, Din
Evening Session. Mrs Susie
7:30-8:30, Interpratation of
Membership, Miss Margaret White; i
8:.0-9:30 Question Box, Mrs.
Gladys A Pullum.
The Worsh'p Committee of the
Quack club is preparing a booklet
of Daily Thoughts for meditation
during ithe Lenten season.
The Worship Committee of the
Trojan Club. Helena Thomas, chair
man, is working on a lovely Ves
per service, which will b« given
Sunday, March 6, at 4:30 p. m- The
membership and friends are cor
The regular meeting of the Mo
ther’s Council will convene on
March 7 at 7:30 p. m.
The Mother’s Council is sponsor
ing a trip to the Bond Bakery on
Wednesday, March 9, at 8 o’clock.
All persons interested are invited
to share thc experience- Phone
WEbster 1539 and make reserva
tions, so sufficient cars may be
AUTUMN LEAF CLUB
The Autumn Ltaf club held a
patriotic luncheon on February 21
at the home of Mrs Eula Milton. ;
The patriotic colors were carried J
out. This was a beautifully arrang- !
ed affair by opr efficient president I
The president was beautifully
gowned in a British tan dinner j
gown Everyone was reluctant to I
Ieav0 and expressed enjoyment at
this beautiful affair. Miss Maggi
Johnson won first prize. The pre
sident wishes to thank everyone
who helped to make the luncheon
i-lie. -_yw. __
This Week In
Thought and Religion
By Robert L. Moody
The World’ Day of Prayer
Wo are mindful that we are told
lo ‘ pray without ceasing," it is al
,(, true that all real devout people
live in a prayful mood. But March
I is designated as the "World’s
Day of Prayer. Every kindred.
Iribe and nation is called upon to
.end up (1) praise and thanksgiv
ing to Almighty God for His great
mercy and blessing to us; and (2)
to ask His guidance and protection
in a world thalt is lost in the, fog
of doubts, fears, wars and turmoil
Now is the time in which we may
be like Abraham, when the angels
watrned him of the destruction of
Sodom. Our nations are so filled
with sitrife. sin and selfishness
that the ‘elect” must intercede
thalt God withold His wrath and
^xtemd mercy. ‘‘The effectual
fervent prayer of a righteous man
availdth much ” Jas. 5:10.
The gospel that we, Christians, |
believe and witness is a Missionary t
gospel. It is glad tidings of peace
to all men. This promised peace
is not one thnt delivers mere social
and economic strife and warfare;
it is peace with God One who is
justified by faith thereby having
peace with God, has peace and
makes peace with his fellowmen
This social peace with his fellows
is the fruit of the great source—
“Peace with God."
So while we joined our brethren
through the world, let Us pray
that He—who is the way. the truth
and the life; He that is the light
of the world—reveal His will to
al' who will receive and believe
Him For all of the prison bound,
tho bed-ridden, the war stricken,
poor, hungry, sin-sick souls of
earth, we pray, ‘ To Him be glory,
dominion and power forever."
Atty- Chns F. Davis, state chair
man of the Negro Division of
Democrats for the state of Nebras
ka and Mr. Johnny Owen, Ass’t
State Chairman and Bronze Mayor
of Omaha were the principals in
two County appo'ntments Tuesday
morning Mr. Davig having been
appointed to a position in the of
fice of the County Recorder of
Deeds and Mr. Owens receiving an
appointment in the office of thei
3 room Apt. Bills paid. JA 0986.
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modern honse. Inquire at 2211
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Apartments, 2616-18 HmtncK. or
2613 Grant st. Call We R653
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24th and Patrick JA 9255
5 room, modem, sun porch, $2#.'
Inquiro at 3109 Corby St, WE
Neatly furnished rooms atrickly
modern for rent $2.00 per week
and up. Apartment and houses tor
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HOUSES FOR RENT *
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Apartment for rent AT 9320.
Apartment for rent 2502 Burdette.
Street. AT 9460.
Two furnished rooms WE 3738
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