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SELL, CHEMICALLY TREATED
Nationally advertised. The WEAV
ER PRES-KLOTH is sold in all
leading department stores. All
cloths are individually enveloped,
and distinctly priced at 69c. Tour
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
Salary, 3 Room Apt. furnished Call
Ruder, AT. 8927.
A 5 Room House, modern except
heat. In good condition. Will sell
at a Reasonable Price. Call—
Be A Detective
work home, travel. Experience un
necessary Detective Particulars
Free. Write. George C-G Wegner,
2640 Broadway, N. T.
FOR RENT —
At a reasonable price to the right
party. 2 centrally located, modern
Store rooms at 24th and Maple. A
fine location for a Drug store,
Beauty Culture Parlor, or Shoe Re
For further information call AT.
1 Lounging Cot that can be used
for a den or suitable for a spsre
bed in a Library room. Like new,
price very cheap. Call Mrs. Sulli
van, WE 0475, 3319 Franklin 8i.
ROOMS, APTS FOR RENT
Furnished Room for Rent. 2807 N.
24th St.. WE. 2217.
FOR RENT A modern Room, Call
HA. 1368 between 4 and 9 p. m.
Dandy three room Apt., 2130 North
28th St.. Reasonable.
2or 3 ROOM~APT. FOR RENT.
Own your home. Use our easy
Payment Plan for 90 days. Put
your money in escrow in some Bank
or a Loan Company or with your
attorney. 50 fine houses for sale
E. M. DAVIS,
LICENSED REAL ESTATE
2817 No. 24th St. WE. 1166
LAl NDRIES ^CLEANERS
EDHOLM A SHERMAN
4401 North 24th WE 606S
*324 North 24th St. WE. 10?*
WANT TO f!TTV —
Furniture of ail kinds—dressers,
jeds, end tables, chairs and che'.t
of drawers or complete home
apartment furnishings Kettles and
dishes. Sell Ug yours.
IDEAL Furniture Mart. 24th A
Lake Street—WE 2224
THOMAS FUNERAL HOME
2022 Lake St. WEbster 2022
Mix Lemon Juice
| TO RELIEVE
Money Back H This Rheumatic Recipe Fails
Good newt travels fast—many of the thou*
aands of folks who now take lemon Juiea
for rheumatic pain—have found that by
adding two tablespoonfuls of Allenru to one
lablaspoonful of Leman Juice In a glass of
Water, they get faster relief for the achee
and pains caused by rheumatism, lumbago.
It's no surprise either, for Allenru Is a
U year old formula to relieve rheumatte
aches and pains In fact—If It does not help
—yoor money back. What could be fairer!
Get Allenru todar at any live druggist. Only
• easts—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
perf acted by a dentist called Stera-Kieen
that thoroughly cleans false teeth like magic
no brushing* Simply put a little Stera-Kieen
Powder in a glass of water—soak
your teeth — now they sparkle,
are really dean and took like
the day your dentist said,
"Don't they look natural?” Try
Stera-Kieen - lasts long - costs
only 30* At all druggists.
•Id Farmer » Recipe Mix Allenru and
Lemon Juice to get quick relief from pains
gj rheumatics and neuralgia Druggists
have Allenru — grocers have lemons.
READ The (^DE
(BY H. W. SMITH)
The White Horse Inn waiters are
I in the running yet again!
The Cottonwood room at the
> BJackstone is going over big with
wonderful service being displayed
by the boys.
The Fontenelle Hotel waiters are
tops at quick service.
The racehorse headwaiter and his
fine bunch of Paxton boys are still
doing fine at the Paxton, each and
every day and night
BENEFIT SHOP, 711 So7l6TH~ST.
SCHOOL DAYS WILL SOON HE
HERE. GOOD BARGAINS IN
CLOTHING AND SHOES. LAD
IES COATS REDUCED.
Join—Reliable Friendship Club—
-’or Pleasure. Send Dime for mem
fership blank. H. Brookes, 317
Wendell. Chicago, IlL
for Popular Brands
| of BEER and LIQUORS
2229 Lake Street
'|j —AlwayB a place to park—
STORAGE & VAN CO.
Local and Long Distance
1107 Howard, W. W. Koller, Mgr.
King Yuen Cafe
2010'/2 N. 24th St. JAckson 8576
Open from 2 p. m. Until 3 a. m
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 & IZ ARD AT. 3670
formerly at 24th
and Erskine St.
514 N. 16th ST.
| Phone JA-4635
Relieved in 5 minutes or
doable your money back
When excess stomach add causes painful, suffocat
ing gas. sour stomach and heartburn, doctors usually
prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for
symptomatic relief—medicines like those in Bell-ana
Tablets No laxative Beli-ans brings comfort in a
Jiffy or double your money back on return of bottle
to us. 25c a: all druggists.
The Musician head waiter of the
Chamber of Commerce dining room
stands out sharply in his Palm
Capt. Langley seen on 24th and
The RR- boys are on the up and
go these days of war and make it
very pleasant for those who live on
The Omaha Guide has all the
news at all times.
Borther John Evans is top mar:
at the Rome Hotel.
Boys don’t forget the Holiday
Party the 4C club wij have in Dec.
The Credit Union at the Urban
League would like for everyone to
take out some shares and help to
build up a finance company of our
| own to be operated under Nebrasl i
State banking laws.
THE WEEK—BT H. W. SMITH
Many soldiers on the streets and
they all look neat.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Y. Montgomery
on a visit to their old home in -Ala
4C Club has a holiday party in
Mr. Buckner back in Omaha from
sunny or is it rainy, Calif.
Joe Thomas in St. Joseph hospit
Armistice Day observed very ex
tensively in Omaha.
- ' - ..J. —■» —— %» s^m .. —A . . . . . j
Thanksgiving dinner at St. Johns
AME. Church in the making.
W. W. Gray weights and meas
ure inspector very busy.
James Cole, and Glover Scott in
soldier's camp in California
Louis Vann at Fort Leavenworth
tv L. Myers on 24th and Grant
Sts., says that Hitler is going to
The Omaha Guide has all the
John Voner in Omaha.
Lionel Hampton and his orches
tra in Omaha.
Ed. Killingswrth on the sick list.
The Executive Board of the NA
ACP had a business meeting.
Federal Grand Jury indicts sugar
corporation for peonage.
New Vitamin Combination Brings Hep
to Childless Homca
Nothing equals a baby to bring com
plete unity and happiness into the home
and tie husband and wife together in a
stronger bond of enduring love and mu
tual interest. Divorce is rare in the homes
of couples that have children.
Unhappy wive*, cMl-I1f*s due to re’ eve
able functional weakness may now er.joy
the desires and activity of Nature's most
wonderful creation—a normal, fully-de
veloped, vigorous woman. A sensational
new vitamin treatment specifically for
women may be just the thing needed by
the childless wife and quickly bring the
happiness of a baby in the home. It is.
of course, absolutely harmless.
If you are childless due to functional
weakness and lack normal vigor—if you
wish to eliminate one of the great causes
of unhappy marriages, by all means try
Pedes for one week. To introduce this
new vitamin combination to a million
women quickly, the Perlex Company,
3H N. Michigan Ave. Chicago, Illinois,
will send a full $2.00 supply for oc.y $1.03
and a few cents postage. Send no money
—just your name and addresa. Per lex
comes in a plain wrapper—directions are
j very simple and no diet or exercise ie
Dr. Powell, ex-mayor of Boley
Ok]a., died on October 30th.
Win. L. Dawson elected to Con
gress in the first district in Chi.
LX. Colonel Frank M. Snowden
34 years in military service advanc
ed to the rank of major.
4 men killed in powder blast in
Charles Thomas Wingfield geti\
25 year sentence for slaying of a
Health Forum for a wartime dis
cussion held at the Urban League
Chairman T. P. Mahammitt lay
Governor Edison probes N. J.
James B. Cushion named on Civil
Service Commission by Mayor Kel
ly of Chicago.
Lt. Mildred Osby WAAC officer
addresses Woman’s Division of CIO
in Boston. 12.000 persons Of all
races eongratulatesGov. Elect Tho
mas E. Dewey of N. Y.
Mr. Frank Buford attends morn
ing service at Clair chapel.
On Friday evening Nov. 13th the
coordinating council was address d
by Lt. May of the WAAC recruiting
force and she made a very plain ex
planation of the duties of the lad
ies in war work an devery one pres
ent was very much delighted to lis
ten and to obtain first hand infor
mation of U. S. army duties. O'
chids to Miss May.
The Poll tax Bill is creating quite
a flare-up in the U. S. Senate and
from the way it looks the South
ern senators are very much divid
ed. Senator Barkley of Kentucky
says if a man has to fight, he
should not be required to pay to
vote and in some states pay and
then not be allowed to vote. Let
all of us send letters and telegrams
to our representatives to give their
support in every way for the pas
sage of the anti-poll tax bill, as the
south has been sailing under false
colors for many years and the X.’.
S. has a constitution that all men
Sam Grevious leaves for Calif
Rev. H. D. Pigue preached a very
wonderful sermon at Clair Chapel
XJnion Thanksgiving Services at
Zion Baptist Church Thursday morn
ing Nov. 26,th.
Tuxedo Barber Shop closed..._.
Gone to the army, both of them.
MY BLUE STAR
(by Myrtle M. Good low)
(Lovingly dedicated to my son
all our boys who wear the kit k
or the blue)
There s a Blue Star in my window
That makes the tear drops st» :
For the Blue Star in my window
Is part of my heart.
It seems only yesterday,
That you were a child at play
And having so much fun—
With your toy wooden gun
And had the enemy on the run
In world war number one.
And now my son in 1942
You are wearing the Navy blue.
And I am proud of you.
There’s a Blue Star in my window
Like countless others to show
A father brother or a son.
Is in the fight for freedom.
A Star that gleams forever bright
Yet pulls the heart strings ever
For the future shall unfold—
Many a Blue Star turned to gold.
Whenever we shall hear,
“My Country ’Tis of Thee
Sweet Land of Liberty”
We want our boys to know—
That we shall pray for them
And all our countrymen.
In the fight for freedom.
And when we see Old Glory
Waving high or passing by—
There will always be a tear, a wiig;.
For our Blue Stars—Everywhere
As we breathe their name in
(by Myrtle M. GoOdlow)
Once again the DAR
With their color bar,
Did no more than we expected
When they rejected
Conditions laid down by Marian
Who wanted our race accorded
The same rights as all,
Who might attend a war benefit
In Constitution Hall.
Has this organization nothing
better to do,
Than create dissension anew.
Bitterness in a time like this.
Adds fuel to the flame
Discourages those who fight in
The foreparents of all Americans
Came from foreign lands.
And we are one of the many
groups which makes
Our beloved United States,
True our foreparents didn't
On the good ship Mayflower.
For they were in slavery's
And to make the ocean trip
Shackled aboard a slave ship.
Nor did they land on Plymouth
But on Virginia’s shores.
And from that day to this.
Hard knocks has been our ]ot—
And our cup of bitterness.
Filled and running o’er
God works in a mysterious wav
His wonders to perform—
It is His blessed Hand today,
U. S. War Dept.. Wait.. Dl a
EXECUTIVE STAFF OF THE
STATION HOSPITAL, FORT
HI ACHI CA. ARIZONA
Left to Right—seated. Major Mau
rice M. Shaw, Chicago. Illinois: Lt. I
[colonel M. O. Bocsi'iekl. Command- [
fng Officer, Chicago. Illinois: M ijar j
.loan B. West. Chicago. Illinois;
' s'anc'irg Major Ralph B. Teabjuu.
! Kansas City. Mi-'souri: and Major
j Arthur H. Simmons of Washington,
i I). C.
Lifting croses we have borne
Marian Anderson is content.
To be His instrument.
As she lifts her voice in Song.
The voice of fifteen million
Is raised to God on high.
And He has heard their cry!
WAAC COMPANIES TO FORT
The first continent of two Negro ,
companies of the Women's Army
, Auxiliary Corps is Scheduled to ar- j
1 rive at Fort Huaehuca. Arizona on
\ November 16, the War Department
Although WAACS a- already till
i ing jobs in the WAAC Training Cen-1
ter at DesMoines. Iowa and Day
tona Beach. Florida, in administra- j
tive headquarters in Washington, j
1 and as recruiting officers in tt- .•
| nine Service Commands, those re-1
! porting to Fort Huaehuca will he '
the first to serve as units at an
Army post in the field in the prim- j
| ary WAAC function of releasing !
trained combat soldiers from tasks
! which women can perform.
The newcomers will replace sold
iers as post-exchange workers, post
al clerks stenographers, switci
! board operators, drivers of light
motr trucks, chauffeurs, dispatched
bookkeepers and typists.
NEGROES APPOINTED TO W VK
Dr. Lyman Brysin, Chief of the
! Bureau of Special Operations. Of
■ fice of War Information, announc' 1
the appointment of William M.
i Cooper and Robert E. Martin as j
| Senior Field Representative and As j
| sociate Field Representative o— hi- '
Both appointees are already at |
work in the Division of Community *
Services developing programs fo ■ \
studying and meeting the inform- j
Shop Until &30 P. M. Monday, Thursday!
Sale! Genuine Inaid
$1 Quality! # C Yard
Patterns go clear through can’t wear off! New patented
back includes two layers of felt, for greater strength and resil
iency. Can be applied to floor without additional lining felt - ■
and easily removed without damage. Smart new colorings,
j New SHEL30URNE Carpeting f
| Durably woven of select yarns, £
\ to give you extra service
| 50% resilient wool, 50 long- |
£ wearing rayon. Because of
$ the rayon, the colors stand g
| out more brilliantly, making $,
$ sparkling, equisite patterns.
| Available in 9-foot, 12—foot, £
$ and 27-inch widths. v
^ —SEARS—THIRD FLOOR— • $
SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO.
South Omaha OMAHA-Farnam at 30th St. Council Bluffs
aticm needs of typical communities
and special groups in order to pro
mote intelligent disc - siOn of war
issues. Messrs. Cooper and M-irtin.
will work with minority group'
through the schools, churches, lab
or organizations, and adult study
bodies. Special attention will be 1
given to the Negro public through j
ail of these groups.
TO TRAIN 500 NEGROES IN TIIE
MARINES AS OCCUPATIONAL
SPECIALISTS, SEEK RECRUITS
Plans for the immediate enlist
ment of approximately 500 addition
al Negroes in the United State:'
Marine Corps Reserves to be train
ed as occupational specialists wer»
announced today by Marine Cerp
Although enlistment for the new
quota for Negro marines will be for
general duty, special consideration
will be given these i(ossessing the
qualifications of the specialists tie
sired. The new recruits will be
trained in fifty different occupation
al fields at the huge New River
Marine Corps training center or at
Civilian occupations correspond
ing to specialist vacancies under
this quota include, clerks music
ians. truck drivers, mechanics, ac
countants. telephone operators, ra
NORTH 24th st
1807 N. 24th St. WE. 4240
LOOK AT YOUR SHOES
Other People Do.
Our Half Solelng Method leaves
No Repair Look en your shoes.
We Use the BEST Material.
HAR & BLUE ROOM
E. McGill, Prop
2423-25 NORTH 24th St
WINE, LIQUORS and
Blue Room Open 8 p. m. to I a. n>
Open fur Private Parlies from
2 te 7 p. m.
—No Charges —
WE SPECIALIZE IN MIXED
Free Delivery from 8 a m Ui
WE CARRY A FULL LINE
OF BONDED LIQUORS
dio maintenance and repair man, e
lectricians. warehouse men, machin
ists. and cook and bakers.
24th AND LAKi. 8TRKEI a
| FINOCCHIARO, Inc. |
1 Fine Domestic 1
and Imported |
1 1113-15 South 6th St 1
|—Phone JAckson 7004—|
| Distriutors of |
1 SALUTE 1
I WINES |
= Omaha, Nebraska
NEW YORK CITY
695 Lenox Avenue
(Comer 145th Street)
Select Family and Tourist
Running Hot and Cold Water
in Each Room
All Rooms Outside Exposure
Subway and Surface Cars at
Door; Rates Reasons Me.
ED. H. WILSON, Prop.
Tel. Aud 8-7920
D SIAM PS
*gT^7.->-ty r.* s.r<rc> .:~ « t.^zRig^q
Wanted A Young man, 17 years or an older man, #
who can be a Mechanical Helper in the shop.
Good Pay. CALL AT —
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.
1721 Douglas Street
Costs only 3C per day s Pays up to $325 per year
Accidents and Sickness strike qsickly and Hospitals demand Cash FederaTs
Hospitalization Insurance nicest diis emergency promptly by providing
HOSPITAL ROOM aM BOARD- OPERATIMO
| ROOM X-RAY EXAMINATION-ANESTHESIA
LABORATORY EXAMINATION—MATER NIT T
I BENEFITS - SURGEON'S FEES - SANATORIUM
I BENEFITS-EMERGENCT AID—AMBULAMCE
f SERVICE - a aaai amna payiwi a* m tin tm
NO MEDICAL EXAMINA
PAID PROMPTLY —AVAIL
ABLE FOR THE ENTIRX
Yoa eao't afford ao be «ab
am tbu Low Cam protection.
l Let the FEDERAL PLAN pap
} the bill*.
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