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NAME 10 NEGROES
TO COMPETE IN
, TRACK MEETING
Buffalo, N. Y. July 14 (ANP)
Ten star track and field athletes
—all of them champion or rum
ners-up at the national AAU sen
ior mecca last Sunday have b^en
selected' on the U. S. teams that
will tour Europe later this sum
mer for three meets.
All 10 of the colored stars will
show their wares in Germany,
site of the 1936 Olympics where
Negro athletes were so outstand
ing that the Nazis tagged them
“black auxiliaries” and said
Amerira could have not won with
out their efforts.
Ben Johnson, Columbia captain
and 1()0 meter champion; Clyde
Jeffery, Riverside (Cal.) Junior
college 200 meter runner; Jim
’Herbert of New York U., 400 me
[ter runner-up; John Marion of
j Prairie View, 800 meter runner
up ; Jihn Borican of Virginia S
400 meter hurdles runner-up;
Bill Watson of Michigan, shot
put runner-up; Mel Walker, form
erly of Ohio State high jump
champion; Gil Cruter of Colorado,
high jumper; .William Lncefiekl
of the University of California
at Los Angeles, broad jump
champion, and Mozell Ellerhe of
Tuskegee, sprinter sure members
of the team. They will compete
in Germany Aug. 10 and 11 in a
meet that will follow ll e pattern
of the 1986 Olympics
O’ly two Negroes are on the
wight-man team eomp.4ing 'n
Stockholm July 20-22 and which
will tour Sweden ar.tl Norway af
tenvnrd. Sweden refund to take
r ore two Negroes for the meets
there- Herbert and Walker will
compete in Scandimvia.
On Aug. 1, an American team
will compete at White City sta
dium in London. Johnson and Cru
ter got the call.
Among colored stars not mak
ing the trip abroad are Dave Al
britton of Ohio State, Mack Ro
binson of Oregon and John Wood
ruff of Pitt- Albrittan was run
ner-up to Walker in the high jump
but was not 'elected, his place
going to Cruter. Robinson- is 200
meter champion but was nat nam
ed, thus permitting Jeffery, 3rd
In that event, to go abroad. Roth
Albritbcn and Robinson were in
tho 1936 Oypmpics last year and
went overseas with American
sounds, while neither Cruter nor
Jefferey has competed abroad.
Woodruff did not defent his 800
meter title at the recent meet be
cause be sa.id constant competi
tion over two years bad left him
tiled and he wanted to rest.
For the first time, three of
those selected are from Negro
I colleges. Boriean and Marion will
run in regular races, while EHerbe
will be a member of the 400 meter
VIOLINIST WHITE TO
Cincinnati, July 22 (ANP) Dr.
Clarence Cameron White, noted
violinsit, composer and conduced*,
arrived here Tuesday to ronduct
", month’s training institute for
musicians active in the field of re
creational music and choral re
hearsals, and to lead »n outdoor
I festival of Negro songs on the
night of July 28 sponsored by the
Public Recreation commission.
Harold A. palmer, attorney, is
Republican candidate for director
of the Metropolitan Utilities Dis
trict. Ho was born in Omaha i
where ho has practiced law for
ten years and is 35 years old. Mr. !
Palmer is a hard-working cap- j
able and conscientious candidate,
for the office nnd this is the first j
time he has ever run for office.
Ho believes in reducing gas and
water rates to a minimum and
will serve the public well. Hnrrcld
is a brother of our good friend.
| Judge Lester Palmer.
Oklahoma City, Okia., July 20
(ANP)—When President Roose
velt's special train arrived here
Saturday, Dr. William J. Thomp
kins, Recorder of Deeds of the
District of Columbia, and who
has been campaigning for Sen
ator Elmer Thomas in the state
was admitted through the lines
and boarded the President’s spec
Dr. Thompkina had an engage
ment with Marvin McIntyre, the
President’s secretary, and re
mained on the special train until
It was switched over to the Santa
"I had a nice chat with Elliott
Roosevelt, the President’s son
w'hilo on the train and also got to
greet the President,” said Dr.
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SHAMES BODY BUILDERS
1906 Cuming Street
Oars in very good condition—good
rubber, like new.
Oldsmobile Coupe ‘34 excellent
condition, reasonable; take over
CHRISTINE ALTHOUSE ~
It Pays To Look Attractive
2122 N. 22nd St. WE. 0846;
~~ NORTH SIDE Beauty Shop
Always Look Your Best. Consult
2204 Ohio St. AT. 5902
2229 Lake St. J A. 9195
.7” CHARLIE’S PLACE
1601 No. 22nd St. WE. 4019
BEVERAGES & LIQUORS
Liquors, Wines and Beer
We. 0998 1904 N. 24th St.
IDEAL BOTTLING Company
THE LIQUOR STORE
2315 Cuming St. JA. 6564
“We Appreciate Your Patronage’’
1904 N. 24th WE. 0998
24th fe I^akeWE. 0609
w. f. iioch
Grading and Excavation
4506 Ames Ave. KE. 0316
Let It Raim! Improve Your Home
ExpeFenced Roofers — Asbestos
Siding— Reasonable Prices. B.
Jones,—■ 34th Taylor, E. Omaha,
_ Call WE. 5310
24th and Lake WE. 5444
2114 N. 24th St. JA. 3643
Car Sausage A Specialty
—BERNARD'S GROCERY &
Where You Get More for
2012 North 24th St.
Groceries Meats Ice Cold Beer
WE. 2478 2723 Birniey
24 th & Charles Street
ONE HORS E STORE
W. L. Parsley, Prop,
WF. PL’7 2851 Grant
MONUMENTS & MARKERS
' ''' FT A- NOYES
40th if' F **st T awn Av<\ KE 1738
Economy Ta'lor—Cleaning & Re
pairing We cut, *rjm nr’ke suits
to or'1 r. 1 13 '* «V«*h St_
Paint, Glass and Varnish. We do
glazing and make window shades
to order. 1822 N. 24th WE. 1607
Laundries & Cleaners
7 ED HOLM & SHERMAN
2401 N. 24th _ WE. 6055
CURTAINS 25c UP — No Pin
Holes. Special— Office Laundry
or Men’s Laundry— Blankets—
Tablecloths. Laundry Delivered.
Mrs. Berniece Morrison. JA. 2541
2324 N. 24th St, WE. 1029
Will Assist In Your Spring
To Obtain The Best Results in
Curtain Laundering Call JA. 1628
Painting - Decorating
OMAHA .JOBBING CO.
Paints .$1.00 gal.—The Devoe
Water-Proof Spar Varnish $1.50
317 N. 15th St. JA. 6G04
Ben & Kermit Anderson
Painting, Wall Washing & Decor
ating Work Guaranteed
2801 Miami, 2872 Bireney
Let Me Assist Your
By Doing Your
Papering - Painting
We Specialize in
CABINET WORK - CARPENTRY
EGGERTH JA 6896
Let PEOPLES Do It—Ten train
ed decorating mechanics. — Our
Motto ‘Service’. Peoples Paint &
Shop— AT. 0054.
NOW is the time to Improve Your
Home— Let Bob do your Paper
ing, Painting & Plaster Patching
Reasnable Prices. WA. 8199.
Poultry and Ejartrs_
METROPOLITAN PRODUCE ..
1301 N. 24th WE. 4737
Poultry dressed while you wait—
Strictly Fresh Eggs.
7 NEBRASKA PRODUCE
2206 North 24th St.
Our Prices axe Reasonable—See
us first. WE. 4137.
SHEPHEAKD’S Poultry & Fish
Mkt. 2416 Erskine St. JA. 3772
Sundays WE. 4398
Sheet Metal Works_
Tin, Copper, Galvanized Iron
Works. NESBIT & WEIR Furnac
Farnam Sheet Metal Works
2908 Farnam JA. 6666
MODERN SHOE REPAIR
1410 N. 24th—High grade mater
ial used on a.U work—guaranteed.
Across from the Logan Fontenelle
‘Shoe Pride or Shoe Shame’—
Shoes look new again with Our
New Invisible half soleing.
2407 Lake St.
Donovan B'oh 4733 Seward
Wanted experienced beauty oper
ator. Call Mrs. Michael, WE. 5633
Salvation Army Industrial Home
i Needs Your Aid—Call Us When
! House Cleaning—Clothing—Furn
I iture, Magazines, Newspapers, or
| Anything You Have. Call JA. 4133
I Wanted To Buy_
Runge & Son Auction Co.
i Highest Prices Paid for Complete
Homes of Furniture or Odd
pieces. 2821 N. 16th At. 3341
Cash Paid for Complete Hornet
of furniture or odd pieces, of fur
niture. We estimate prices on all
; complete homes of furniture,
j Kenwood Auction Co. KE. 3124
ROOMS FOR RENT
Room for Rent JA. 2549,
Nice clean airy rooms. Home cook
ing and board,
ROOM FOR RENT
2 Furnished Apts. WE. 37.38.
! FURNISHED ROOM for Rent.
FURNISHED A PA RTMENTS
Furnished Kitchenette Apt., All
modern conveniences—2622 Cald
well, AT. 5576.
Two furnished rooms WE 3738
2 Furnished 2 Room Apartments
Call JA. 7568.
Neatly furnished room, modern
conveniences. 2516 Burdette St.,
Front Apt., 2723 Ohio. WE-0718
FOR RENT—Love’s Kitchenette
Apartments, 2616-18 PatrJCK, m
2613 Grant st. Cal] We. 6563.
Nicely furnished apt., 2511 Corby
Neatly furnished rooms strickly
modern for rent $2.00 per week
and up. Apartment and houses for
rent. Call ATlantic 7436, or
Mrs. E. Z Dizon, WEbeter 3678
For Rent, furnished kitchenette
apartment 2914 North 26th St-,
Furnished Apartments, 2 rooms,
everything, 2521 Blondo AT-8392
Colored young man for Commercial
posing- Athletic build, gaod pro
file necessary Write, giving details
and snapshot Omaha Guide, Box
T Z’ORTHSIDE TRANSFER
2414 Grant St. WE. 56B6
places TO eat
15c Extra for Taxicab Delivery
AMERICAN WEInIr SHOP
2509 N. 24th Street
Z CHOP SUEY
American and Chinese Dishes
KING YUEN CAFE
201012 N. 24th St. JA. 8570
FOR SALE ~
j Dandy big house ,10 room, 2 baths
4-car garage, nice yard. Home.
income for right party. Owner,
j 2411 Ohio. WE 1160.
1 FOR SA LK
$125.00 to $250.00 Cash
06 houses, gome modern, some part
modern with oak finish, cement
basement and garage.
E. M. Davis Licensed Real Estate
2817 No. 24th St. WE 11C6
| For Sale j
Down Payment from
$75 up to $350
BALANCE LIKE KENT I
E. M. DAVIS
liscensed heal estate
Buy your clothing, Shoes, Furni-,
ture. Household necessities at the
GOODWILL SERVICE STORE
At Low Prices
2522 N. 24 th St.
Help them pay Opportunity Wages
To Handicapped People
BIG RUMMAGE SALE
New & Used Merchandise
513 N 16th St.
9:30 A. M.
GOODWILL SERiVJCR STORE
2522 North 24th St.
All Stock is being Sold at Close
out Prices—Bargains. St're clos
ed July and August. Reopen Sept
BIG BARGAINS IN HOMES
The following houses can be
bought with a Small Payment
— Balance Like Rent. Modern
and Part Modern.
2615 Decatur St.
2816 Decatur St.
2825 Seward St.
2827 Seward St.
2613 Hamilton St.
959 A North 25th Ave.
E. M. DAVIS,
Licensed Real Estate Broker
2817 North 24th St. WE. 1166
Furniture f«r Sale
Full size bed spring and mattress
j>Jso a buffet Cheap, Call JA.
2364, Mrs. H. Fox.
HOUSES FOR RENT
1617 No. 29th St.
2517 Corby St.
2825 Parker St
Apply at office
1607'/j Cuming St 2nd Floor
Call JA 5033 or KE 6069
( roomR nnd bath up or 2 2 room
apts. Rent reasonable. 2808 Miami
!-3 room Apts. 2002 No. 25th St.
Nice clean apts. Have to be seen
to appreciate. AT 0460.
" house FOR KENT
1834 N. 22nd, 4 rooms, redecorat
ed, new floors—$16.00 WA. 8336.
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