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For whatever you have to sell, 01
for whatever you want to buy—
IN THESE COLUMNS
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
RAYBOVS CAFE 1810 N. 24th ST.
Mrs. M. L. Raybon, Prop. For
delicious hot breads, such as bis
cuits and corn cakes—Try Raybon's
first, also noted for Good Meats and
8 Room House for 2 Families, All
Modern. $25.Co per month- Available
to Party able to buy furnishings at
$250-00 cash. 2204 Maple Street.
Call evenings JA. 6416 One Apart
ment Now Rented for $25.00 Per
HELP WANTED COLORED
WANTED EXPERIENCE DISH
WASHER. GOOD WAGES AT
THE MAYFLOWER CAFE. 29th
ST. AND PARK AYE., HA. 7222.
WANTED TO CARE FOR
Experienced woman at 2320 North,
28th avenue, for further information
call JA. 0102, Mrs. Arthur Hahne.
WANTED A WAITRESS AT 1402
North 24th Street.
WANTED: Licensed Janitor, Good
Salary, 3 Room Apt. furnished Call
Ruder, AT. 8927.
LA i NliftlES & CLEANERS
£401 North 24ft- WE. 606t
^24 North 24th St. WE. IQ?*
WANT TO HU\ —
Furniiure of all kinds—dressers,
o ds, end tables, chairs and chest
of drav jrs or complete home—
apartment furnishing;-'. Kettles and
dishes. Sell u8 yours.
IDEAL Furniture Mart, 24th &
Lake Street—WE. 2224
THOMAS FUNERAL HOME
2022 Lake St. WEbster 2022
Mix Lemon Juice
| TO RELIEVE
the MISERIES i
Mooey Back If This Rheumatic Recipe Fails
Oooc news travels last—many of the thou- I
•ands of folks who now take lemon juice
for rheumatic pain—have found that by
adding iwo tablespoonfuls of Allenru to one
lableapoonful of Lemon Juice In a glass of
waisr. they get faster relief for the aches
and pains caused b7 rheumatism, lumbago
It's no surprise either, for Allenru Is a
IS yaar old formula to relieve rheumatic
achas and pains In fact—if it does not help
—your money back What could be fairer?
Bat Allenru tods - at any Uea druggist. Only
b» aacts— Oo It Now.
Did You Place Your
In a Glass Last Night?
Thousands do and wonder why their den- j
lures 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 s dentist, called Stera-Kleen
that thoroughly cleans false teeth like magic—
no brushing' Simply put a little Stera-Kleen
Powder in a glass oi water-soa*
your teeth — now they sparkle,
are really clean and look lifce
the day your dentist said,
•'Don't they look natural?" Try
Stera-Kleer. - lasts long - costs
only 30c At all druggists.
Old Farmer's Recip? Mi* Allenru and
Lemon Juice to get quick, relief from pains !
of rheumatics and neuralgia Druggists .
have Allenru — grocers have lemons.
Hat* trouble with your feet? Do
they perspire too freely and crack
the «Hn between the toes? Do
they ache and burn? Are yon
troubled with painful corns, o*i
touses or Athlete's Foot?
Then try I.D.I—an amaring mum
formula guaranteed to bring re
lief—or double your money back!
EASY TO USE—easy to buy. gmt
,ji*< ,.* |!|
m£/t deed it
FREI> W ALKER. AGENT
PHONE ATLANTIC 1689—
984 N. 25th 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
prescrioe the fastest-acting medicines known for
symptomatic relief—medicines like those in Bell-ans
Tablets Nr laxative R*»l!-an<« brinjrs cwBfwi in a
jiffy or double your money back cu return of bottle
to us. 25c nil aragr. t=.
(BY H. W. SMITH)
Mr. William Jones 2824 North j
26th St-, formerly of Chicago. HI.,
is one of the quick stepping wait
ers of the Omaha Athletic Cl,ub.
Welcome to our city Mr. Jones
Mr. Capt. Langley on a Park East
Mr. George Lipton one of the old
school of Roast beef knights is a
Furnish Your Entire House
hold at the ‘Omaha Outfitting
They carry Furniture. Washing
Machines, Radios, Travelling
Bags, Jewelry and All Kinds
2122 North 24th St.
Phone AT. 5652
Join—Reliable Friendship Club—
'or Pleasure. Send Dime for mem'
>ership blank. H. Brookes, 317
Wendell. Chicago, 111.
for Popular Brands
of BEER and LIQUORS
2229 Lake Street
—Always a place to park—
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
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
formerly at 24th
and Erskine St.
514 N. 16th ST.
skilled mechanic at the Bomber
Capt- Etari Jones ot the Omaha
Club suffered a bad fall cn one of
those slippery days. He has a
badly swoll.n wrist and will ha'-e
an x-ray as c-omplicat on have de
veloped from the fall.
The White Ilorse Inn waiters arc
giving fine service
The Font-n-elle waiters are top
men at all times.
Th* musician head waiter gets a
kick out of seeing some people !
take a snops.
The Race Horse headwalter is
on the front line in service at all
flash: Tell u" .vhat you thin:
about the last article in the THIS
WEEK column. And are you Go
ing your share to contribute to the
•hurch schools for education on
Lincoln's birthday Feb. 12.
Subscribe for the Omaha Guide
and keep up with t ie crowd!
A Philip Randolph will be the
principle speaker on race relations
day program at th. Peoples church.
Dr. Preston Bradley Pastor ann
ounced on Sunday Feb. 14.
Rev. J. D. Dowell of Ophelia. AL.
86 years old is the most active min
ister according to Bishop W. Y.
Beil of the CME. Church.
Walter Whit- executive Secretary
of the NAACP resigns as a member
of the Council for Democracy.
Chicago politics looming up when
Congressman Wm. L. Dawson and
Alderman Earl Dickerson have a
Republicans making efforts to
gain many votes in the f iuth ;.t
the next President election.
Chris Smith. Mr. Shropshire and
Mr. Elder Mudd. Elbert Subht and
H. W. Smith in a north side busin
ess house at the same time.
The two KillingSworth brothers
on the job.
Guy Robbins and George Watson
two of Omaha's pregressiv real —
Three days of sunshine in On,
HELP US! HELP THE POOH
THE VOLUNTEERS OF
JAckson 2290 15th &. Chi=aa‘
DO TOD WAHJ A BABT1
New Vitamin Combination Brings Kept
to Childless Homes
Nothing equals a baby to bring com
plete unity and happiness into the home
and tie husband and wife together in a
1 stronger bond of enduring love and mu
! tual interest. Divorce is rare in the homes
I of couples that have children.
Unhappy wives, childless due to relieve
able functional weakness may now enjoy
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
Perlex for one week. To introduce this
new vitamin combination to a million
women quickly, the Perlex Comnany,
314 N. Michigan Ave. Chicago, T :nois,
: will send a full S2.00 supply for c- Sl.QO
and a few cents postage. Send no money
—just your name and address. Perlex
i comes in a plain wrapper—directions are
’ very simple and no oiet or exercise is
MEET THE MEAT SHORTAGE WITH
• Meat-stretcherr! Everyone is
looking for them these days and
you'll look a long time before you
find one as deliciour and nutritious
as Potato-Burgers. Here’s a real
help to spread your share of meat
over the week.
One pound of ground meat
stretches just double by the addi
tion of raw, coarsely grated, un
peeled potatoes. By using unpeeled
potatoes, precious vitamins and
minerals that lurk close to the skin
are saved. With just enough onion
to make them downright tantaliz
ing, these Potato-Burgers take no
time to mix. Fry them in purer
Spry to a golden brown. This all
vegetable shortening seals in all
the flavor and you lose none of*the
luscious, juicy goodness.
This recipe makes eight man
sized patties. With a fresh vege
table or salad, Potato-Burgers
make a hit with the family, pro
vide valuable nourishment — ease
the strain on the budget.
Here’s the meat stretcher you’ll
be glad you tried—so clip the rec
1 pound ground % cup onions,
beef, lamb or coarsely grated
mutton 1 Vj teaspoons
2 cups raw. salt
coarsely grated, la teaspoon
potatoes V cup Spry
Combine meat, potatoes,
onion, salt and peppier, and
mix well. Shape into 8 pat
Fry patties in hot Spry un
til brown (3 to 5 minutes).
Turn and brown on other
Makes 8 Potato-Burgers.
YariatioTL. If desired, add
% cup green pepper, chopped.
Air. Taylor the Ritz theatre mm
very busy at all times.
Walter White. Exec. Secv of the
XAACP answers to Warren Bro« n
criticism of the Negro press vert
timely and to the point.
Read the Omaha Guide at ail
rnionization of southern work
ers is doing strange things in the
Georgia s 50-000 Negro fanners
are raising their own gardens, live
stock and fowls for the first time.
In Chicago the western union lel
egraph company urged by the t’r
ban League and the Co. agrees to
hire colored girls in all capacities.
Union services well attended at
St. Johns AME. church.
Rev. C. C Reynolds pastor of the
Clair Chapel conducts a Bible study 1
at the parsonage every Wednesday
The beautiful song service by the
seven choirs at Zion Baptist church
on Sunday afternoon Jan. 24 was
a very lovely affair. Now let U3
all give them a good hand.
We very often wonder if people j
like Hr. Warren Brown who take
pride in criticizing the Negro pr
would take time out and look in tie
mirror at themselves and think of
Crjspus Attucks who shed his blood
on the Boston Commons and Fred
Douglass who started th? first Sun
lay school for Negroes under a
tree and also think of the speerh
that Horace Greely made that cans
d the U. S. Senate to confirm P
K. Bruce and what efforts Congress
man John M. Langston made to get
the Civil rights bill passed and v>r;v
did P-eS Hayes appoint \Ym. Pirn-h
ack Governor of Louisiana and T.
Thomas Fortune publisher of the
X w York Age. and what BoOker T.
Washington said, ‘ you will never
keep a race of people in a ditch un
less you remain in there with them.
And now with our four leading Ne
gro papers, the Chicago Defender,
the Pittsburgh Courier, the Ams
terdam News and the K. C. Cal!.
-all have made a very gallant
fight for the race and all the Negio
hurches are cooperating and work
ng together for the uplifting of
'hristianity and good government,
Relief At Last
For Your Cough
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
honesty and upright citizenship I
with no malice toward no race at
all but striving to keep in force the
Fatherhood of God and the Broth
erhood of Man for all times to
As the boys left the other week
they left Saving "You keep buying
and we'll keep 'em dying." They
left with the spirit: Everyone of
NO TIME FOR MUTINY
Can you imagine a studd coming
here for holiday vacation and to
*oin old friends—being disgusted.
All his friends were in the army
and the balance were working in
defense plants everyday he was
He left for the East saying this
is a town of memory.
THE POPULAR JOE CROSSLEY
Close to two years in the Navy.
Jce CrOssley is here on furlough,
doe is one of the most interesting
cats I have interviewed.
He has been to Siberia and is
stationed at Ketchikan. Alaska. He
loves the “USCG" and will leave
soon as he ran see enough of his
steady girl friend, Delois Burnell.
What will Charles Albert Wash
ington say at the end of 6 months
if he says the army is the bunic-a
the beginning of 3 months in the
1 tried to interview Charlie a
bout the army—but h just won't
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Washington
were in the Elks Club sipping a
cocktail for their first anniversary
after being married for one year.
Peggy Anderson and her boy
i- n. .1 1
NEW YORK CITY
695 Lenox Avenue
(Comer 145th Street)
Select Family and Touris*
Running Hot and Cold Water
in Each Room
All Rooms Outside Exncsurt
Subway and Surface Cars a4
Door: Rates Reasonable.
ED. H. WILSON, Prop
Tel And 3-7920
friend decided to check up and fly
right. They were married last
ARE THE TALL SLENDER DARK
Seen in the American Weiner
Shop with Indian Women:
Mural Johnson. Roy Kellogg,
Barney Williams. All with Indian
SH-SH DON'T TELL THE HP.
This may be a military secret b ■;
j why did Wendell Williams. Charles
| Albert W. and “Muscle Head" leave
Who did they come to see?
A smlal party in the weiner shop
was being held by Toney Pedro
Garcia. Gerald Kellogg and Juan
ita Edditon and Margaret Taylor.
The group was being entertained by
Mr. Pedro Garcia raving and ran:
| ing about his Castillian ancestry.
(Dark Spaniard) ho.
The rough evening ended as us
ual. Dan Dunn escorted them all
William Watson will leave the i
27th of this month to join the chics
in Pensacola. Fla.
William said he was going to
ankle there alone so he can get h’»
A question for the Sgts. and Cor
porals and Lieutenants to answer—
Why does Private Dewey get So
many furloughs. That cat is al
"■'avs going and coming.
Well, the boys at the Victory '
Candy shop got a little free ride
[ last week. Here's hopin' Dan Dunn
don't get too serious again.
Latest seOop—Willard Morgan
can really roll marbles. Especially
those white with back spots on
The most popular cab hack up to
Tech is that guy that drives that
pretty blue Ritz cab. He picks up
the students and changes chics ev
The ' Boomers” that work by
moontime on the graveyard shift,
stomped Thursday afternoon at the
Those hep cats and chics worked
up a photo in the World Herald.
Dig those pictures
Mac Franklin ready looked drap
ped as he was dug.
Bugging with Elain Mease.
In the background you can see
A1 Price and some other cats drop
ped to a solid droop on a drop.
Don't forget to dig Sister Tharp*
and those entertainers at the Or
phe urn Theatre.
Also a dance the first is rumor- I
Keep um buying and we'll ,-.eep
Yore Girls on the Street3.
McXCTT CALLS FEPC ACTION
(continued from p 1)
present committee of volunteers
representing various groups a full
time paid committee comparable to
the National Labor Relations Board
(NLRB). On the NLRB, all three
1 members are public representatives
i rather than representatives of labor
SPECIAL VALENTINE BOXES
Photos 3 for a Dime
Candy for All
Bring the Babies
2016 North 24th St.
PAGE BOY ATTACHMENTS
Send sample of hair or stale
color. $1.50 with order ond
save postage or pay postman
$1.50 plus 23c postage on
delivery. Braids, Puffs and
Wigs. Gray Hair 50c extra.
POSNER HAIR CO.
113 W. 128th St. N. Y. C.
talmtmition at mammy nfnmM
INCLUDES THE CORTE
Orchard & Wilhelm Co.
or the employer.
His decision on adopting this plan
or reconstituting the present Com
mittee will not he made. McNutt
said, until the idea has been sold to
the Negro groups
McNutt repeated his pledge to
fight for fair employment practice.)
and for an end of racial discrimin
ation on the job.
He explained that he had been in
that fight for a quarter century and
added: I don't intend to change my
mind on this subject."
I nMcNutt's record are these
In 1918. when he was an Army
major, he was commander of a bri
gade of 2000 Negro troops at Camr
Jackson, outside Columbia. S. C.
In the years immediately follow
ing the war. McNutt fought the Ku
Klux Klan in Indiana ;n the day »
when it was neither politically ex
pedient or professionally wise to he
known as anti-Klan.
Later, he became the first Gov
ernor of Indiana to appoint a Xegio j
to a major state board.
In the poll tax fight last year.
McNutt sounded off briefly. but
specifically, against the poll tax in
a Labor Day speech in Southern
Virginia—where the poll tax is not
a theoretical issue.
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Auto Parts Wanted
BURNED, WRECKED or
DILAPIDATED. CARS AND
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NORTH 24™ st
1807 N. 24th St. WL. 4240
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LOOK AT YOUH SHOES
Other People Do.
Our Half Soleing Method leaves
No Repair Look on your shoes.
We Use the BEST Material.
■ ■ i. —^*TI
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by our armed forces. It is especially impera
tive that you SAVE GAS IN YOUR HOME in
every way possible ... especially during
January and February, when the use of gas
is greatest and the strain on your gas system
most critical. You can help avoid low gas
pressure and other service difficulties by
USING GAS SPARINGLY ... by cutting gas
use to a wv-^-TTiiim in your home. Do it NOWl
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Accidents and Sickness strike quickly and Hospitals demand Cash. Federal^
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