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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1941)
GOOD EATS— _J
Visit the Busy Bee Cafe and the
D .H. Recreation Parlor. Home
Cooked Meals soft drinks, candies
and pool. 106 So. 14th St. Phone
WANTED_WOMEN & GIRLSU
Stop washing Hair at home. Get
A Real Shampoo & Press for
Only 75c at—
ELISE TURNER’S BEAUTY
2512 N- 24th St. Phone AT. 3036
Residence WE. 2864
FRESH BUTCHERED PORK
Butchered Hogs For Sale, Davis
4009 South 60th Street._
Used coats, dresses, and formats
For Sale, priced low, Ready-To
Wear Commission Shop, 203 Nev
ille Block., 16th and Harney St.,
HELP WANTED, Male or Female
Join—Reliable Friendship Club
—For Marriage. Friendship, or
Pleasure. Send Dime for member
ship blank. H. Brookes, 317 Wen
dell, Chicago, 111.
HOUSES FOR RENT
2792 Miami. 5 Room All Modern
Duplex $17. Key at HA. 6998.
ROOMS FOR RENT
For Rent, 6 Room House, also one
Front Room,—WE. 2365.
KITCHENETTE Apt. 2705 Ohio.
FOR RENT—Room for Couple—
For Rent, modem rooms, 2520
Patrick Ave., WE- 2217.
Furnished Room For Rent, 2520
Patrick Ave., WE. 2217.
FOiTrENT—Room, WE. 2217
APT FOR RENT, WE. 2365.
3 Furnished Rooms For Rent,—
cheap, 2406 North 21st St. Essex
2 Nice furnished or unfurnished
rooms for rent. Call WE. 0360 ev
enings or Mrs. Collins, 26221^ Er
For Rent—4 room apt., all modern
Call WE. 3030.
Rooms For Rent, downstairs or
basement apartment. All strictly
modern. WE. 0718.
FOR RENT—3 Room Apt. WE.
0360. Cail evenings.
ROOM for Rent, 2309 North 27th
Ave.. Phone AT. 5134.
One Front Room, 2513 Hamilton
St., Call AT. 1897.
For Rent, Two four-room beauti
ful apartmentR( 2409 Lake St., call
Apt For Rent, WE. 2365.
\pt for Rent—2527 Rlondo St.
House For li nt and Apartment
For Rent, WE. 2365._
Room For Rent, call evenings We.
Room For~Rent^ We 2217, 2520
furnished Kitchenette HA. 6672
pt. for Rent, 2226 Ohio after 2.
2 Rooms for Rent, JA- 2607.
FOR RENT—3 room modern apt
2226 Ohio St., JA 0682.
Furnished Apt., 3 rooms, private
bath, 2517 Miami St., WE. 3653.
Front Room, modern WE. 1024.
FOR RENT—A four room Apt.
An Apt. for Rent, WE. 2366
For Rent, 2 apts. WE. 2737.
Paint, Glass and Varnish. We d®
glazing and make window shade®
to ordpr. 182 N. 24th St. WE. 1607.
F UN ER aTdIRECTORS
THOMAS FUNERAL HOME
2022 Lake St. WEbster 20M
LAUNDRIES & CLEANERS
EDIIOLM & SHERMAN
2401 North 24th WE. 6056
2324 North 24th St. WE. 1021
MEN! WOMEN! USE YOUB
CREDIT to get all the stylish
new apparel you need. Great
values. Enjoy terms made to
order for you. Peoples Store,
109 South 16th St.
Fine, clean reconditioned cloth
ing, furniture, and shoes, Good
will, 1013 North 16th. Purchases
at Goodwill make jobs for needy."
THE OMAHA GUIDE
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
Published Every Saturday at 2418 20 Grant St
PHONE WEbster 1517
Entered as Seccitd Class Matter Maxh 15. 1927, at
the Post Office at Omaha, Nebraska, under Act of
Congress of March 3, 1879.
H. J. Ford, — — =
Mrs. Fluma Cooper — — Vice fies. ;
C. C. Galloway, — Publisher and Acting Editor i
Boyd V. Galloway. — Sec’v and Treas.
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(continued from page 1)
ernment by consent of the govern
ed does not apply to them. They
know that they are disfranchised
and subjected to economic an i
racial repressions and oppressions
and generally decitizenized.
Because of these things they
know that a gnawing cancer is
eating at the vitals of American
democracy and that these things
‘undermine the very foundations
of democratic effort”.
A CALL FOR SINCERITY—
They are baffled and confused,
and view with extreme skepticism
th© prattlings of those who de
claim so loudly and so eloquently
as they pay tribute to the bless
ings of liberty, freedom and dem
ocracy in a republican form of
They wonder why the enlight
ened Christian citizenship of this
country, and our American states
men, do not rise up, denounce and
expose present day hypocrisies
which are threatening the very
foundations of true democracy.
An ounce of sincerity of purpose
to do away with these prosciptinns
LOAN SJLO ANS-LO AN S
We Loan Money on Clothing,
Shoes, Jewelry, Radios. Type
writers, Guns, Musical Instru
WE SELL—Unredeemed Suits
—Topcoats—Overcoats or any
thing not redeemed.
BILL’S LOAN BANK
1804 N. 24th St.
Quality Plus Service
Hot Corn Bread or Biscuits
with Your Orders without
24th St. At Willis Avenue
I LEWIS & HARRY
2303 N. 24th Street
DIAMOND I)-X GAS
Harry Payne, Lewis Irvin,
will outweigh a ton of abstraction
and pretense. It will hearten and
encourage the 12,000,000 men,
women and children of the Ne
gro group in the United Stales,
and contribute to that national
unity so much needed and desired
during these perilous days.
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• • •
L. C.—Those women that I have
it. mind, I wish to know if my
husband is going with them? Does
this child belong to him? Now I
an> wondering abo.it this and it
worries me and I wan; the truth?
Ans: The truth >s thai he don’t
go with them—ne.'cr has beei
whh them and doesn’t intend to
either. You are worrying about
r.i thing—he does speak to them,
bn' that is all. Therc is absolute
,/ no reason for yn.f vnry rg a
bo .t his cheating ior he is living I
tin* to you at this time. You
have a good husband.
G. M.—Vvhere should I go for
the most success} l have two
different places in mind and feel
i i. decided ?
Ans: I suggest that you choose
NEW ORLEANS—the other place
you have in mind wouldn’t benefit
you any at all. You will find a
job in New Orleans and get by
very well during the winter and
suggest that you make the change
F. B. C-—I have been home for
the holidays every since the 20th
of December and^vonder if I
should return as my mother desir
es for me or marry this man who
is after me right now?
Ans: Go back to school child
and finish up in June. A few
more months won’t make an awful
lot of difference it is true— but
it makes exactly enough difference
in having a college education and
not having one. Do not let any
one persuade you to quit now. And
another thing—you don’t love this
man in question—he won’t be your
A. E. M.—Do you think this boy
I am going with will marry pip
before the baby is born?
Ans: It is up to you and your
people to see that he does so. H
won’t be big enough to offer to
Joe’s Foil Market
(Formerly Herman’s Market)
2422 NORTH 24th ST. Telephone WE-5441
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY
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ORANGE AND BLUE FOOD STAMPS K ('■
DEEMED at JOE’S Food Market at Low
BUTTER- Best Quality Pound 33*"
SUGAR” 5 POUNDS 24c
| Butter-Nut Coffee, lb 25c
FLOUR, 5 lb. bag 19c
Pork & Beans1 Oc
Catsup Tge bottle 10c
QT. JAR PURE
Apple Butter 15c
VAMS, pound 5c
Oranges, dozen 19c
(Full of Juice)
Apples, d ,zen 29c
Spinach lb. 7Vk
Cabbage lb. 4c
LARD, lb. 7c
♦ * '~
OLEO, lb. 10c
ROUND OR SIRLOIN
U. S. CHOICE
Pot R ast lb. 18c
Pork Sausage lb. I2V2C
Sauer Kraut, lb. 5c
Neck Rones. 4 lbs. 15c
Pumpkin, large can 10c
Peaches, in syrup 15c
3 CANS MUSTARD OR TURNIP
WB RmBhai ski 1*55?) fins
marry you—but under the circum
stances, you should demand it
right away. _ , .
S. N. S-—My son’s wife seems
to love him but she is pampered
and spoiled as he gives over 'to
her all the time. I very seldom
see her and she doesn’t seem to
like me? Will they be happy?
Ans: Yes—they will be very
happy together. You are acting
wisely in not staying around them
too much until they become ac
i customed to one another. She
\ likes you, but feels that you res
ent her to some extent. It is my
suggestion that you do nice things
for her and let her know that you
care for her whenever you are a
round them. Never pry in their
affairs or side with your son and
she will always love you
(Cont’nued on pagt-U-SrM)
Art, THE HARD WAY”
Artist Horace Pippin paints a
portrait of Marion Anderson ss
his wife mends. From the feature
“Alt the Hard Way,” in the .Jan
uary 17th issue of Friday magaz
New York—“Art the Hard Way
by Jerome Klein”, one of Ameri
ca’s leading art critics, in the Jan
uary 17th issue of Friday magaz
ine out next Friday, tells of the
courage and hardship of Horace
Pippin, Negro artist, and his strug
gle to become the outstanding
painter he is today.
W'hen Horace Pippin was ship
ped home from France in 1919
with his right arm strapped to his
side, it seemed a dead certainty
that he was through for life —
even though he did have a Croix
de Guerre. His army doctors ad
mitted he was fit for no man’s
For ten years he could do noth
ing but remember and fume—un
til one day an idea struck him
He had found a way, crippled
though he was, to paint a»rain.
Patiently and painfully he worked
24th AND LAKE STREETS
—until the painting he had labor
ed over for three years—was “dia
Today, with his paintings .shown
in the great art galleries, he can
look upon his achievement as hav
ing been wed worth the tireless
and painstaking effort it cost him,
and if ever a man has pulled him
self up by his own boot straps to
achieve the impossible, Horace
Pippin is that man,
Friday’s exclusive feature
supplemented by candid photo
graphs of this fine artist showing
his technique—and the painting
which brought widespread critical
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