The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, August 27, 1938, Page Six, Image 6
m NOTE:—Your question w.M be answered FREE in this cor ■nn ONLY when a «l ppins? of this column is enclosed with YOUK QUESTION, YOUR FULL NAME, BIRTHRATE and CORRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY send twenty-five rents 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 Wallace, B. W.—Answer in your column if I am to get a teaching position this fall? Ans: You had better begin snaking contacts as it already pretty late in the season. "Write your qualifications to tho various counties in your district ahd if possible get some influential party in your present city t° help you out a bit. You will teach before the year i;s out. S. S. S.-—I am very worried. Will you please tell me if [ will ba able to get me a nice steam beated place for the winter, one that isn’t too high? Ans: Surt* you can. Make some inquires right now and on your days liff from work call around the different sec tions of tiht. city. You wiBl find something very desirable and within tho price range you wish to pay. M. A. R.—1 wish to know if I should ask for a raise will I get the amount that I ask for? Ans: (Jo ahead and ask for » raise. You won't g. t it im mediately, but the people you •work for will make arrange ments to pay you more during to coming winter .months and you will need it more than you do now. M. L. B.—I love my husband and I want to stay with him but his children don’t like me. What must I do? Ans: R main right where you are for a period of time you will be able to win each of his children on your side. They are naturally a little envious «f the attention shown you by their father, but if you ig nore their tatty ways and make life pleasant around the home, you will win your point. O* W.—Should I forget about J. M. and continue to be as care free Your Kidneys contain B million tiny tubes or filters which may be endangered by neg lect or drastic. Irritating drugs. Be careful. If functional disorders of the Kidneys or Bladder make you suffer from Getting Dp Nights, Nervousness, Leg Pains, Circles Under Eyes, Dizziness, Backache, Swollen Joints, Excess Acidity, or Burning Passages, don’t rely on ordinary medicines. Fight such troubles with the doctor's prescrip tion Oystex. Cyules starts working in 3 hours and must prove entirely satisfactory In 1 week, and be exactly the medicine you need or money back Is guaranteed. Tele Jihone your druggist for Cystex (Blas-tex) oday. The guarantee protects you.,Copr. 1*37 The Knox Co. Calvin’s Newspaper Service TESTED RECIPE ——By Frances Lee Barton——* THERE always arrives a "cool spell” when hospitable impulses revive, along with our drooping spir* us. However, ii s Just as well to make summer "\ hospitality as in I formal and sim ple as possible. So If you are en 1 tertalnlng folks \) on Sunday night. _ why not build ■ the meal arounu blueberry griddle cakes? They re grand—and seasonable—and with a generous howl of cool green salad they will leave your guests replete with the kind of food they'll enjoy at this time of year. Blueberry Griddle Cakes 1 cup sifted flour; 1 teaspoon double-acting baking powder; Vs teaspoon salt; 1 tablespoon sugar; l egg. well beaten; % cup milk; 2 tablespoons melted butter or other shortening; Vi cup fresh blue berries. Sift flour once, measure, add bak ing powder, salt, and sugar, and sift again. Combine egg and milk; add gradually to flour, beating only until smooth. Add shortening and berries. Bake on hot, greased grid dle. Serve hot with your favorite hard sauce or syrup. .Makes 12 to 15 griddle cakes. as 1 was before 1 met him? Ans: An excellent idea for J. M. isn’t the type of man that you should choose for re gular company. Don’t make a steady friend for a couple of years, you do not wish to mar, ry too young for you arc only beginning your social life. G. M. G_Is there a chance of my husband getting a good job hero or should we return to our borne? Any suggestions you have will bo appreciated? Ans: Your husband is going to get employment in the im mediate future but I feel that he would make a much better contact if he were to return to the Coast. The small place you are in at present doesn’t offer many openings and your husband is well known on the coast and has many applica tions in already for jobs. C, G—I was going with a man a year ago and he was slow and 1 married another man. My husband died and now this man wants to come to see me again and he said I was the only woman he loves. Does he mean it? Ans: If you continue to go with him his wife is going to "change his tune” a bit. You -When Yon Buy Beer ... It will pay you to patronize a reputable dealer. Why? Because reputable dealers are the bulwark oi the Nebraska brewing industry, which spends millions o! dollars annually in state and municipal taxes, in larm products, in supplies oi allied industries. These millions constitute a huge investment paying regular dividends in economic benefits to the stale and lessen ing your tax burden. To patronize disreputable dealers is to Jeopardize your own pocketbook. 1 ' " ' .. t EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Robt. A. Drum, Chairman Arthur C. Storz Richard G. Kneedler, Jr# L M. Merriman R. N. Kuester E. G. Goss Charles E. Metz CHAS E. SANDALL, State Director Shames Body Builders 1906 CUMING STREET Everything New for Your Car from Top to Tires at the Right Prices PAINTING-YES THE OVEN BAK EI> FACTORY WAY Tow-in Service Any Time—Day or Night. AFTER HOURS WE 1253 CALL AT 4556 ---- to terra a. So h« **o*lr Be- - so eo«>«o IPPX DE**, COHE LErs 60 IT*S 10-30 . ■ ■ n_»'■ ^QbB ■ ■ l/OtHHATlONAI CARTOON CO . N T. __ _ - *■ 1 ■ —1 — I *■ DO YOU KNOW WHY - - ■ The Average Lease ts So One-Sided ? __prawn for mis paper By fisher I JNI=12I£* rv»e C tne CZZZ ^ mp > ^ui'Tor^ I--Y .rJuiASS F06U i-wtw O' F«c \ < (—. re-UM.r ►.MifuF ^ \ MfV^ee tWE'lt-C S \ rxe *PrMirMf>rrl Wt’ "WT OOO ( S fcl« PM*r 5,VT^^e I OU. OtMtx. B-SO-W , Jr u< 0l«6 I i 'tovivP jv-s r HtutyN cow. nwit* ! / *0r *.■> „«vsm rn / lx: » i \ SIAH r***1> A(iC*»t «o wuooai of th«e ^roQ^SAid “ ***%#? (iN Ouft- fNAParNejHn rJ?4T»r -"o'r brs“£^ sestets* ^ h;re ferrp5—r ••*«*« l* <’Z}'t‘i_ % > (Ptg.ooj j Li , | IKTCHNATIONAt, CARTOON COJI. Y. 247 (Music Features & Photo Syndicate> RICHARD LEIBERT, Radio City Music Hali organist, is now lead ing his own dance band as a side line . . Hoagy Carmichael and Frank Loesser are writing the songs for the forthcoming movie, at. LOUIS Diuca. Wonder if W. C. Handy’s cele brated tune of the same name is to fit into the picture? . . . Despite its tre mendous exploi tation sheet mu sic sales of “Bei Mir Bist du ®y * * * Schoen amount Loui. Reid «d 'less than 200,000 copies. The ditty was another victim of ex cessive radio dinning . . . Rudy Vallee, Ben Cutler, Lanny Ross and tohn S. Young were classmates at ale , . . Attempts to solve a cheese making mystery have come to light in the music world. A new song, by Sterling Sherwin, bears the title “Why Do They Bore the Swiss Cheese Full of Holes When Lim berger Needs the Ventilation?” The reputedly irresistible per sonal lure of the stein// maestri has finally found an expres von in song. 0) course, it teas only a question of time. From the work shop of Archie Cottier and Harry Kogen has come “8o You Left Me for the Leader of a Swing Band." P * -p I„atest foreign song to claim tho attention of Americans has the title g '•Oh! Ma-Ma" (The! Butcher Boy). The! English adaptation was I made by Rudy Vallee, ■ ■who also was chiefly re sponsible for populariz ing the European Carmen Lombardo A.S.C.A.P: "Vieni, Vieni. The new words Dear little relation to the original song, written by Paola Citorello and called “Luna Mezzo Mare” (“Moon ■ in the Middle of the Sea”). Perhaps, Vallee figured we have no songs about a butcher boy and loo many about the moon. Hymning the Valley Though “valley” is one of the most singable words in the senti mental lexicon of the songwriters there are, strangely, only a few “valley ballads” in existence. The small representation has just been increased by Mitchell Parish and Abner Silver, who call their number "There’s a Village in a Valley.-’ Ir is a title you would think would have appealed long ago to (he senti mentalists of the songsliops. Best known of the various "val ley” tunes is ‘In the Valley of the Moon” by Joe Burke and Charles Tobias. William F. Peter* once wrote a piece called ‘ The Valley of Beautiful Dream*.” ?r<*d Fi*her, a bit more pastoral, twined cut "In That Vine-Covered llhapcl in the Valley.” ASCAP list* a ballad c! botanical idealism: Irv the Valley Where the Roses Bloom For ever," There are also such songs, a* "The Valley Where Wishes Come Tree” and “The Valley Lay Smiling Be fore Me.” Songwriting-Bandman One advantage possessed, by those songwriters who happen to bo lead ers or members of dance bands is that they are assured of regular performances of their pieces while the numbers are vleing for popu larity. Carmen Lombardo, of the orchestral Lombardo*.', is inc most inuusiriuin of songwriting-baiu'. men. With various col laborators he has turn ed out a substantial number of tunes, one or two of them achiev ing the hit class. Once written it is a simple matter of asking broth er Guy to play them. Long a member of ASCAP. Lombardo is probably best known as a songwriter for his “Footloose and Fancy Free,” which he wrote with Gus Kahn. Other popular numbers from liis pen are “The Goose Hangs High,” written with Cliff Friend, “Nothing But the Best” with Charles Tobias; “Alabama Beauty Shop.” in which he had the assist ance of Joe Young and Fred Ahlert. and “Ridin* Around in the Rain.'* which he penned with Gene Austin. P ■+-+ The Dionne Quints are tioto four years old. They have inspired vol uminous publicity in the press but strangely only two musical com positions—"Quintuplets on Parade" and “Quintuplets Lullaby." If the authors of "Ten Pretty Girls" had only thought of the Quints and held their score to "Five"/ will make a mistake to accept his company knowing that he is married to someone else. The thing for you to do is make friends with a single man and drop your friendship with this party. -□ HIGH STATE OFFICIALS JOIN IN INVITING CARVER TO MISSISSIPPI Jackson, Miss. Aug. 25 (ANP) Gov. Hugh L. White, Mayor Wal ter So-tt, Commissioner of Agri culture J. C. Holton and numer ous other high state officials have followed the invitation emited by the Mississippi Progress commit tee to Dr. Geu-ge W. Carver to attend the celebration. “75 years of Progress of Negroes in Missis sippi," which will be held in Jack son October 17-21, 1938. Dr. Car vel, who is at present confined to the hospital at Tuskegee, has ans wred all invitations and promised to be present if his health per mits. A long list of other speakers of national renown have been invited to appear on the program, the first to accept being President Wiliam H- Bell of Alcorn college, who will b^. the principal speaker on Education night. Another feature of the celebra tion will be the state band contest Shoe Pride or Shoe Shame Shoes look new again vith our new invisible half soling. Lake Shoe Service 2407 LAKE ST. QtwmwTmTfywfwrr? RECORD SAVINGS Build—Modernize—-Re-roof Re-side Insulate Get Free Estimate MICK I,IN LUMBER CO. 19th & Nicholas JA. 5000 FOR SALE—Marmon 5 Pass. Dr luxe Sedan, Maroon, 6_ wheels & Tires, Mechanically Sound $85.00 See at North Side Transfer, 2114 Grant. * -. .-—— which will attract nearly two score college ad high school mus ica' groups to the celebration. -O N. J. POOL, < LOSE!) JULY 15 REOPEN WITHOUT RACIAL DISCRIMINATION Elizabeth, N. J. Aug. 25 (ANP —By a three to one vote of the Board of Recreation Commission ers the city’s $50,000 local muni cipal swimming pool was reopen- j tr! here Aug. 10 to all races, with out discrimination. The decision to reopen the pool, the only one in the city, followed a conference between the mayor of the city and Dr. William H. Brown president of the local branch of th i National Association for the DOLGOFF HARDWARE I PAINT. GLASS and VARNISH > We do glazing and make window shades to order SCREEN, CHICKEN and FENCE WIRE BUILDERS HARDWARE j Everything at a low price. 1822-24 N. 24 WE 1607 I ^ I Advancement of Colored People, after the branch had turned down a previous offer of the board to open the pool one day a week for colored people only. A vicious attack was made on the NAACP by John Hall, sports editor of the Elizabeth City Jour nal, onetime president of the Re creation commission, and the only dissenter to the Commission’s de cision to reopen the pool- The pool had been closed since July 15, when several white hoodlums drenched the clothes of some col ored swimmers. 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