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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1941)
FRESH BUTCHERED PORK
Butchered Hogs For Sale, Dari
4009 South 60th Street
HOME COOKED MEALS__
Home Cooked Meals at Busy Bee
Cafe, 106 South 14th St., JA. 9910
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.
ROOMS FOR RENT
1 and 3 Room Apt., reasonable,
2130 North 28th St., JA. 1755
Strictly modem rooms on car line.
£502 Lake St, For Rent.
Room For Rent, 2520 Patrick Ave
3 Room Apt. Furnished, private
bath, newly decorated, JA. 0986.
2 Room Apartment, furnished or
infurnished. WEbSter 0360. Call
Room For Rent for single man.
Reasonable, call evenings AT. 04601
Room for man and wife AT. 0748
Furnished Room For Rent— 2520
Patrick. WE. 2217._
For Rent, a large front kitchenette
apt. for Rent—Call JA. 7568 p.m.
3 or 4 room apartment. Small
family preferred. HA. 0113, 2808
THOMAS FUNERAL HOME
2023 Lake St. WEbster 2012
LAUNDRIES & CLEANERS
EDHOLM & SHERMAN
2401 North 24th WE. 6055
2324 North 24th St. WE. 102*
MEN! WOMEN! USE YOUR
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 doth
ing, furniture, and shoes, Good
will, 1013 North 16th. Purchases
at Goodwill make jobs for needy.”
WANT TO BUY—
Furniture of all kinds—dressers,
beds, end tables, chairs and chest
of drawers or complete home—
apartment furnishings. Kettles and
dishes. Sell us yours.
IDEAL Furniture Mart, 24th &
Lake Street—WE. 2224
Clean Out Adds
Excess acids, poisons and wastes in your
blood are removed chiefly by your kidneys.
Getting up Nights. Burning Passages. Back
ache Swollen Ankles, Nervousness. Rheu
matic Pains, Dizziness, Circles Under Eyes,
and feeling worn out, often are caused by
non-organic and non-systemic Kidney and
Blndder troubles. Usually in such cases, the
very first dose of Cystex goes right to work
helping the Kidneys flush out excess acids
and wastes. And this cleansing, purifying
Kidney action. In just a dey or so. may eas
ily make you feel younger, stronger and
better than In years. A printed guarantee
wrapped around each package of Cystex In
sures an Immediate refund of the full cost
unless you are completely satisfied. You have
everything to gain and nothing to lose under
this positive money back guarantee so get
Cyntex from your druggist today for only 35c.
f. C. C. ex. for N. 3.
Tamanishiki, one of the Sumo (Japanese wreatling) artiste is shown performing the Dohyo-iri, or ring
entry ceremony, which consists of the ceremonious clapping of hands and stamping of feet He is wear
ing a costly fabricated loin-cloth for the occasion. The grand Sumo tournaments are held twice yearly in
January and May, lasting for fifteen days, and the professionals performing devote their entire life in
acquiring and displaying the art
Paint, Glass and Varnish. We de
glazing and make window shades
K> order. 182 N. 24th St. WE. 1607.
MAKE A NEW START IN LIFE
YOU ARE ENTITLED TO
No Cose Beyond Hope. Stop Werryin*.
Write lor Free Inlormstlon
M. WILLIAMS, Dept O
JOURNAL SQUARE STAs
JERSEY CITY, N. J.
NORTH 24th ST.
1807 N. 24th St. WE. 4240
YOU CAN’T TELL THEY ARE
REPAIRED— BECAUSE OUR
INVISIBLE HALF SOLEING
METHOD “Leaves No Repair
Look’’ ON YOUR SHOES. THE
NEW SOLE WITH AN INVIS
24th AND LAKE STREETS
LOANS->LO ANS-LOAN 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.
Joe’s Food Market
(Formerly Herman’s Market)
2422 NORTH 24th ST. Telephone WE-544J
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY
ORANGE AND BLUE FOOD STAMPS RE
DEEMED at JOE’S Food Market at Low
SUGAR 5T0UNDS 26c
COFFEE Break O’ M }ril Special lb.
Butter. lb. 32c
FLOUR, 5 lb. bag 19c
YAMS, pound 5c
FOR COOKING 1
SUNK 1ST j
Grapefruit, 3 for 10c
Potatoes, 10 lbs.12c
Peaches, in syrup 15c
Pears, in syrup 15c
Pure Lard, lb. 7Vac
OLEO, lb. 10c
Veal Roast, lb. _WAc
Pork R -ast, lb. 10c
Pure Gr »nd Beef lb. 15c
HOME MADE. PIRE
Pork Sausage, lb. 15c
Brown Sugar 2 lb Dkg 15c
SPECIAL—Full Qt Bottle
GRAPE JUICE 25c
Pancake Flour, pkg VAc
Pork & Beans or
Pork & Hominy 10c
KNOW YOUR MONEY
And Avoid Loss Due to Counterfeits
TO THE AMERICAN PUBLIC:
The United States Secret Service and your police wish you
to KNOW YOUR MONEY, and through this nation-wide
- _ , educational program aim to suppress the
I 1 major crime of counterfeiting.
Observance of these few simple rules will
safeguard the pocketbooks of the Nation.
Therefore, I urge every person to carefully
study the rules and to follow them.
The United States Secret Service is grateful
for the whole-hearted cooperation which
it has always enjoyed from your police
officers, and we now solicit the assistance
of every American citizen in this effort to
prevent crime through this modem method of education, in
stead of the age-old method of prosecutions and imprisonment.
J 4--.. '
Chief, U. S. Secret Service.
HOW TO DETECT COUNTERFEIT BILLS
1. KNOW YOUR MONEY!
2. COMPARE the suspected bill with a genuine of the same
type and denomination. Observe carefully the following
(a) PORTRAIT: Genuine Is lifelike; stands out from oval background
which is a fine screen of regular lines; notice particularly the eyes. The
counterfeit is dull, smudgy, or unnaturally white; scratchy; background
is dark with irregular and broken lineB.
(b) SEAL: On genuine, sawtooth points around rim are identical and sharp.
On counterfeit, sawtooth points are usually different; uneven; broken off.
(c) SERIAL NUMBERS: Genuine have distinctive style; firmly and evenly
printed; same color as seal. Counterfeit, style different; poorly printed;
badly spaced; uneven in appearance.
(d) PAPER: Genuine bills are printed on distinctive paper containing very
small red and blue silk threads.
3. RUBBING a bill will NOT prove whether it is genuine or
counterfeit; ink will rub off of either.
4. REMEMBER—NOT ALL STRANGERS ARE COUNTER
FEITERS. BUT ALL COUNTERFEITERS ARE LIKELY TO BE
TYPES OF CURRENCY
The only three types ot currency printed by the United States
Government for circulation are:
1. FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES, which bear GREEN serial numbers and seal.
2. UNITED STATES NOTES, which bear RED numbers and seaL
3. SILVER CERTIFICATES, which bear BLUE numbers and seal.
Denominations of bills may be identified by portraits, as
WASHINGTON on all $1.00 bills
JEFFERSON on all $2.00 bills
LINCOLN on all $5.00 bills
HAMILTON on all $10.00 bills
JACKSON on all $20.00 bills |
GRANT on all $50.00 bills .
FRANKLIN on all $100.00 bills
Doomsday For Hawks
These twelve bodies were ifecov
ered by Lester Beamont after a
days hunt, covering a distance of
^ more than ninety miles driving.
He used a .250 Winchester jrun antj
some of the birdg were shot at a
dsitsance of four hundred yards.
BRITISH BATTLESHIP REPORT HIT BY NAZIS
AT SEA -The 31,000-ton battle
ship Malaya, which the Nazis raid
reached Gibraltar showing exten
sive damage from an attack on a
British flotilla made by German
and Italian planes. This phase of
the war is looked upon by military
leaders as a crucial point. The
eternal question of recent modern
Warfare has been battleships or
planes? If modern planes can
easily sink a naval raan-o war, then
the terrible investment has. all
been in vain. If on the other
hand, warships can withstand the
onslaught of airplanes, and still
serve their ultimate purpose, the
nation with greatest naval streng
th will be supreme. If German
planes succeed in driving British
fleet from the Mediterranean it
will be a serious blow to the Allies
AUSTRALIANS IN NORTH AFRICA
Australian troops continue to
smash their way through the Ital
ian defenses in Northern Africa
according to a report by the mid
die east high command. This photo
shows Australian tanks and in
fantry awaiting the zero hour for
an attack against a tactical strong
point during manoeuvers in the
Libyan Desert. Passed by British
25 WEEKLIES REPRESENTED
(Continued from page 1)
of uniform treatment of news and
advertising copy by papers rep
resented. It was agreed to set up
a permanent advertising commit
tee to analyze sales markets and
public brouchre and make these
findings available to associated
publishers. Committees were also
formed to study the journalistic
technique of various newspapers
as to typography, photography,
news coverage .advertising linag'3
contributed comments and featur
es. A uniform editorial policy in
attacking discrimination in tha
army, navy, defense as well as in
the general economic and social
D. H. Hines, Jr., John Seng
stacke and D. Arnette Murphy of
the Kansas City Call, Chicago De
fender and Afro-American respec
tively were made officers of the
executive council of the group.
Officers re-elected were: Thomas
W- Young, secretary treasurer;
Frank L. Stanley, Southern vice
president, representing Norfolk
Journal and Guide and the Louis
Newly elected officers included:
president, William 0. Walker, of
the Cleveland Call and Post; eas
tern vice president, Mrs. R. L.
Vann, Pittsburgh Courier, mid
western vice persident, Louis E.
Martin, Michigan Chronicle and
western vice president, Parker W.
Wesley, Houston, Texas, Inform
The next meeting of the publish
ers is scheduled to be held in Aug
ust this year in Chicago, when it
is planned to have displays by the
several associated papers on news
| paper work.
Miss Christine Coleman
Recent appointee at Lincoln Un
iversity as Instructor in Home E
conomics Education, Supervisor of
Sijudent Teaching and Itinerant
Teacher Training- Miss Coleman,
a graduate of Arkansas State and
Kansas State Colleges, has taught
in Arkansas and Wichita, Kansas.
Relief At Last
For Your Cough
Creomulslon relieves promptly be
cause It goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw, tender, in
flamed bronchial mucous mem
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulslon with the un
derstanding you must like the way it
quickly allays the cough or you are
to have your money back.
for Coughs. Chest Colds. Bronchitis
es in keeping her engagements at
leading fairs Several of Ann’s
ancestor^ were champions in Scot
land before they were imported to
the United States.
UNTIL MARCH 1st
this ad good for lOitdistount on
RADIO REPAIR SERVICE
Low Rates One Year Guarantee
HOWARD H. KEMP
1708 CUMINGS '
—JA 0696 —KE. G813—
For quick relief from itching of eczema, pimples,
athlete’s foot, scabies, rashes and other ex
ternally caused skin troubles, use world-famous,
cooling, antiseptic, liquid D, D.D. Prescription.
Greasi-less, stainless. Soothes irritation and
quickly stops intense itching. 35c trial bottle
proves it, or your money back. Ask your
druggist today for D. D. O. Prescription.
In ex. for INS.
Quality Plus Service
Hot Corn Bread or Biscuits
with Your Orders without
24th 8t. At Willis A venae
NEW SEIM A
of real human hair. WIGS,
PAGE BOYS. Send for your
copy Today! Tlie biggest variety
of hair goods ever seen.
Open a Customer’s deposit ac
HOWARD WIG CO.
Dept. O. G. 143 W. 125th St-.
(Beauty Parlor Agents wanted!
Body Dimensions of A Champion
Providence R. I.—Alfalfa Far nr;
Ann, highest scoring cow at the
National Dairy Show, is owned by
R. L Knight. Ann has the dis
tinction of having won so many
i*rand championships that (the has
been set up by experts as a model
of perfection- She has been unde
feated in the four years that she
has traveiel more than 20,000 mil
for Popular Brands
of BEER and LIQUORS
2229 Lake Street
—Always a place to park— j
LEWIS & HARRY
2303 N. 24th Street
DIAMOND D-X GAS
Harry Payne, Lewis Irvin,
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