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Nationally advertised. The WEAV
ER PRES-KLOTH is sold in all
leading department stores. All
cloths are individually enveloped,
and distinctly priced at 69c. YOur
cost is 35c. Send 35c for sample
and full particulars. Marcus Cloth
ing CO., 2130-34 Gravois Ave-, St.
WANTED A WAITRESS AT 1402
North 24th Street.
WANTED: Licensed Janitor, Good
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FOR RENT — 9
At a reasonable price to the ri^B
party. 2 centrally located, modH
Store rooms at 24th and Maple. Hi
fine location for a Drug stHj
Beauty Culture Parlor, or Shoe H^
For further information call
1 Lounging Cot that can be u^B
for a den or suitable for a spH
bed in a Library room. Like nH
price very cheap. Call Mrs. SiH
van. WE. 0475, 3319 Franklin Stl
Poultry Dressed—Fresh Eggs, I
Everite Feeds, 2320 North 24th 9
Phone AT. 7884. I
ROOMS, APTS FOR RENT fv
Furnished Room for Rent, 2807 ^B
24th St., WE. 2217. HE
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2817 No. 24th St. WE. 1166
LAU N DRIES & CLEANERS "
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*324 North 24th St. WE. 10‘Z
WANT TO BUY —
Furniture cf all kinds—dressers,
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apartment furnishings. Kettles and
dishes. Sell us yours.
IDEAL Furniture Mart, 24th &
Lake Street—WE. 2224
THOMAS FUNERAL HOME
2022 Lake St. WEbster 202S.
| IVSix Lemon Juice
m TO RELIEVE
Money Back If This Rheumatic Recipe Fails ’
Good news travels fast—many of the thou
sands of folks who now take lemon Julca
for rheumatic pain—have found that by
adding two tablespoonfuls of Allenru to one
labiespoonful of Lemon Juice In a glass of
Water, they get faster relief for the aches
and pains caused by rheumatism, lumbago.
It’s no surprise either, for Allenru Is a
IS year old formula to relieve rheumatic
aches and pains In fact—If It does not help
—your money back. What could be fairer?
Oet Allenru today at any live druggist. Only
<S eents—Do It Now.
Did You Place Your
In a Glass Last Night?
Thousands do and wonder why their den
tures remain dull and stained — why they
suffer with offending denture breath. They
fail to realize that water alone is not a cleans
ing agent - but now. there's a great formula
perfected by a dentist, called Stera-Kleen
that thoroughly cleans false teeth like magic
no brushing! Simply put a little Stera-Kleen
Powder in a glass of water-soak
your teeth - now they sparkle.
•ra really clean and look like
the day your dentist said.
••Don't they look natural?" Try
Stera-Kleen - lasts long - costs
only 30g. At all druggists.
?Jd Farmer's Recipe: Mia Allenru and
emon Juice to get quick reliel from pains
of rheumatics and neuralgia Druggiata
Whva Allenru — grocera have lemons.
^uperwrom '2 p. m. Until 3 a!!Tr
American & Chinese Dishes
Fill Your Bin!
HELP AMERICA WIN
ALL GRADES COAL. COMPARE
Convenient Plans can be
Call or come in and see us.
American Coal Co.
17TH & IZARD AT. 3670
formerly at 24th
and Erskine St.
514 N. 16th ST.
Relieved In 5 minutes or
double your money back
When excess stomach acid causes painful, suffocat
ing gas. sour stomach and heartburn, doctors usually
prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for
1 symptomatic relief—medicines like those in Bell-ana
Tablets. No laxatiTe. Bell-ans brings comfort in a
! Jiffy or double your money back on return of bottle
I to us. 25c at all druggists.
Itever you have to sell, 01
Uver you want to buy—
The Paxton hotel with the raea
rse headwaiter, are going along
We wonder if any of the boys are
ing to Hot Spring, Ark., for the
Brother John Evans is on the job
the Rome hotel.
"o the members and their friend.- j
! Omaha Athletic Club is very |
ich out in front in service. ,
he two front doormen, Mr. Hir
i Greenfield and Mr. Goldie Dav
ind the very fine office force of
ies. . . .Mr. Earl Mahannah th° o
ging auditor and the very friend
lady asistants, Miss Celia Thomas
3 Ina Brickson. Miss Lillian
id we 11 and the very fine ladies
) take care of the cigars, candy,
magazines, Miss Rosa Bush
;s Ruth Page, Miss Emily Chuich
all are serving the members
h a smile and the very generous
stess Miss Gladys Reason can ai
lys produce new ideas about giv
g high class parties. Miss Mary
E:rman, Mr. Algers Sec., Mr. Jam
Redda, top man in the liquor dept
d Mr. James Alder, all are all
ery good spokes in the Athletic
lub’s wheel of progress.
Mr. Ed. Lee the quick thinking
opman from the show-me state
nd the two assistants Mr. Bill Son.
s from the razor back hog state
nd Mr. Chauncey McFarland from
he Lone star state, are on the al
■rt at all times to improve the serv
le. And the Waldorf-chef Mr. Reno
nd his crew of first class cooks
nd help are very much in the rurin
ig on the food front. Now let’s
ive them all a big hand.
Gabby Watson and Leonard Ow
ns on 24th and Lake St.
Mrs. Joseph D. Lewis has her i
lowers covered up for the winter.
C. C. Galloway a very busy man.
Omaha’s first black-out a success.
Rose bowl football game will be
played in Pasadena. Calif., New
Boystown football squad practic
es in Charleston, West. Va.
National Horse show held in N.
Y. November 7th
Army' and Navy calls for more
Mayor Butler praises blackout.
Marion Anderson will sing a;
Constitutional Hull in Washington,
Train hits auto and kills five and
four ship workers killed in bus
Attorney Bryant on north 24 th
Roy White made a wonderful
speech at the big political rally in
favor of Gov. 'Griswold and C. C.
Galloway introduced the next U. S.
Sanderson Brown. Ed Fletcher
and H. W. Smith at Perry Taylor's
barber shop at the same time.
Mr. Montgomery of 26th and Lak1T
St., on north 24th street.
Clair Chapel and union memorial
quarterly conference held by bis-.
trict Supt. G. D. Hancock which was |
a complete success. All auxiliaries |
made good reports.
This writer had the pleasure Of J
listening to the election returns at
the lovely home of Mr. and Mrs.
L. V. Gray and we were all smiles
at the large Republican majority.
Tropical storms passed over Ha- j
vana and Florida coasts.
Gimbel’s department store in
Pittsburgh closed by retail clerk’s
A woman in Kansas sleeps every
night in a bathtub filled with water, j
George Thomas and Jerry Owens
on 24th and Lake Sts.
Elder Mudd having his shoes shin
E. M. Meiss on his way homo
from church with an arm full of
books and drinking a bottle of pop.
Sam Grevious in Omaha.
Capt Earl Jones on 24th and Lake
St. talking with a fine group of lad
Rev. C. C. Reynolds preached a
very lovely sermon at Clair Chapel
and also attended union memorial
in South Omaha in the afternoon.
His lovely choir accompanied him.
Col. Henry Black very active as
Essex Wiliams on 24th and Lake
C. B. Wilkes a streamlined Sun
day school supt. always doing a fine
job for those who are in need also
has five beautiful scholars in his
care. Let's give him a hand and
Jimmie Lunceford’s orchestra in
■WATS OOP NEW NEIGHBOR AND THE
money he saved where prices are
low™ KILPATRICK S
100 for 4.50 '
Several Beautiful Varieties
Cut Flowers—Mala Floor
Madam, here's one TABOO you
can forget when you want relief
You can thank your lucky stars
that women are no longer squeam
ish about discussing their troubles.
, Otherwise you might never know of
the 2-way help that CARDUI may
bring when nervousness, headaches,
and cramp-like pain are due only
to periodic functional causes.
( Many women find that, started
three days before the time and
taken as directed, CARDUI aids in
relieving functinal periodic dis
comforts. Used as a tonic, CAR
DUI often wakes up sleepy appe
tites. aids digestion by increasing
the flow of gastric juices, and thus
helps to build up resistance against
the days it’s needed most. Try it!
War Stamps Sold I
By Harlem Church
With more than $16,000 in War Bond sales to
its credit during the past 5 months, St. Martin’s
Episcopal Church, 230 Lenox Avenue, New York
City, is becoming one of the most active centers in
Harlem for the promotion and distribution of War
Sunday announcements and appeals by Dr.
John H. Johnson (shown at right), pastor, and
weekday efforts of Guy C. Payne, sexton, stimulate
systematic investment in War Bonds and Stamps
among the 3,000 members of the congregation.
Sale of Stamps alone averages over $30 daily—in
addition to the $3,200 average monthly sale of
Enrolled as a branch of the Federal Credit
Union, the church is legally entitled to handle War
Bonds and Stamps for direct sale, and its office is
open every Wednesday evening for the convenience
of all persons in the neighborhood, regardless of
whether they are members of St. Martin’s or not.
The church itself subscribed for $4,000 in War
Bonds and various clubs and societies have made
block purchases. A number of middle-aged women
worth of Bonds.
banded together and invested their savings in $400
The picture at the top shows Miss Lorraine Baily, church secretary, selling Stamps to a member of
the congregation, at the church office.
Mojor Issue !
(Continued from page 1)
as i u nce than ever oefor,» of their 1
Frank Hughes on an Omaha St. t
Sgt. Bivens very busy with U. S. !
boys and Old Gory and also always (
lending a helping hand wherever its |
Rev. F. C. Williams of Zion Bap
tist church has the record for short
COORDINATING COMMITTEE ON
NEGRO HEALTH PLAN HEALTH
FORUM NOVEMBER 19th AT
At a meeting of the Coordinat
ing Committee on Negro Health
plans were made for a series of
health Forums to be held through-1
out Omaha to acquaint the people >
with the serious health needs of the j
The first in this series of Forums
is a discussion entitled. “Your
Health Your Community. Your Re
sponsibility'', to be h?ld at the Om
aha Urban League at 8:15 p. m. on
Thursday. November 19th
Mr. T. P. Mahammitt, local civ.c
leader, will lead the discussion.
Panel members include Dr. S. L.
Pearlman, Director Communicable
Disease Control. Omaha Health De
partment: Raymond R. Brown, Ex
ecutive Secretary. Omaha Urban
League: Dr. Craig Morris, Chairman
Coordinating Committee on Negro
Health: C. F. McNeil. Executive Sec
retary, Community Welfare Coun
War has greatly changed the
health picture in many communities
largely because of population move
ments, entrance of many men and
women in war industries, and shift
ing of soldiers in and out of com
munities, and the mental effects of
war itself on the genera population.
‘‘Health is an important cog in
home defense and in production for
our war effort. Thus the Coordin
ating Committee on Negro Health
states Dr. Craig Morris Chairman,
“urges every citizen to plan to at
Questions to be discussed will in
1. What is OUR Community do
ing about Health Protection?
2. ARE WE defending OUR cit
izens’ rights to health?
3. Are WE providing THEM with
the facilities they need?
4. How has the war affected rhe
health of OUR Community?
These and other vital health mat
ters will be considered at this meet
ing. The audience will be encour
j aged to ask questions.
The full text O: Ur O iliver’s let
te-’ released by the U. S. Office of
Edi rt.on. The purpose of this or- '
BaJ. zttion is to mobilize the bJy ;
u 4 girl-power of the Nation, to ut
i rre fullv -.heir o-»g -ness to
r'f.., co organise thi eagerness in
t> eiiective action, and to chancel
>t : to areas of increasingly crit
ical need. Com n ss’ou t' J-tuUbn
»or has emphasize* the t that
t vi i a war. . . no. only of armies
an! navies, of factories and farms,
b ■! also a war of home? and schools
snd therefore, that education lias
an ii c ispensable part to play. He
!-a« sain that “Schools must help to
ford, individuals the isues it staky
to train them lor their vital part
in the total war effort; to guide
them into conscious personal relat
ionship to the struggle.”
“The Victory Corps otters every
Negro high school and every Ncgrcl
student an opportunity to partic
ipate and share in the war effort
the most gigantic and urgent task
this Nation has ever undertaken. I
am particularly glad of this oppor
tunity and respectfully urge every
principal and teacher to give their
students a chance to make the’r
‘ Negroes have a very important
stake in this war. It is to their
personal and group interest that we
win the victory as speedily a3 pos
sible .for their only hope lies in de
mocracy. Our boys and girls—and
adults, too—should be made to real
ize that in spite of the many disa 1
vantages and discriminations faced
by them, we are better off tk 1:1
many minority groups: that pro
gress is being made slowly but sure
ly toward realization of the democ
ratic principles of freedom, equality
and justice: and that, imperfect a3
I our present situation is, we still
have the right and opportunity t>
i use every legitimate means to im
prove our condition. This most cer
tainly would not tie poss; .le under
an Axis dominated country. There
is a great deal of truth in the fol
lowing excerpt of an article appear
ing in the Pittsburgh Courier and
reprinted in the Norfolk Journal and
Guide, September 12 1942:
'What we call Negro progress
will most certainly be ended in
case the Axis wins, and every
Negro who has managed to lift
his head above the mired mass
NORTH 7 4th st
1807 N. 24th St. WE. 4Z4
LOOK AT YOUR SHOES
Other People Do.
Our Half Solelng Method leaves
No Repair Look on your shoes.
We Use the BEST Material.
will be ruthlessly shoved down.
“Every colored citizen with a
municipal. State or Federal job
will lose it.
“Every college for the educat
ion of Negro youth will be closed
and colored students will be barr
ed from white colleges.
“Every Negro who now is ably
BAR & BLUE ROOM
E. McGill, Prop
2423-2.1 NORTH 24th St.
WINE, LIQUORS and
Blue Room Open 8 p. m. to 1 a. in.
Open for Private Parties from
2 to 7 p. m.
WE SPECIALIZE IN MIXED
Free Delivery from Ha m to
. 1 *• ®*
WE CARRY A FULL LINE
OF BONDED LIQUORS
to vote will be disfranchised.
“All Negroes may lose their
citizenship, an act that would re
quire but a stroke of a pen.
‘‘Public education for Negroes,
if not discontinued altogether, will
go no farther than the fourth
“Skilled industrial labor will not
be closed to colored people, as will
most professional work.
‘‘These things have happened to
Jews and Poles, and there is no
reason to believe that a Nazi
Gauleiter in Washington would
[ fail to exercise the same meas
ures here against Negroes and
“While we must continue to com
bat race and color prejudice and
discriminations, in our present ef
fort to save democracy, wo should
keep ever before us that the major
issue of this war is Freedom.... not
race or color. Where the latter
have been made to appear as the
main issue they are used merely as
a smoke screen. When we win this
war and establish Freedom ss the
animating principle in life, the prob
lems of race and color which remain
can be attacked with greater assur
ance than ever before of their ult
imate solution. I hope, therefore,
that we can make this task easier
by a 100 percent participation of
your school in the High school Vic
tory Corps. Further information
concerning it should be secured
I from your local school superintend
ent or your State department Of
HOME COOKED MEALS
1024 So. 11th St. Omaha, Nebr.
24th AND LAKE STREETS
from common colds
That Hang On
Creomulsion 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 Creomulsion 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
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