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For whatever you have to sell, 01
for whatever you want to buy—
_ IN THESE COLUMNS
8 Room House for 2 Families. All
Modem, $25.t() per month. Available
to Party able to buy furnishings at
$250.00 cash. 2204 Maple Street.
Call evenings JA. G416 One Apart
ment Now Rented for $2.5.00 Per
Furnished Room in Modern Home
2310 North 22nd Street, Phone HA.
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Experienced woman at 2320 North
28th avenue, for further information
call JA. o"62. Mrs. Arthur Hahne.
WANTED A AA'AITRESS AT 1402
North 24tll Street.
WANTED: Licensed Janitor, Good
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LAUNDRIES & CLEANERS
*401 North 24th WE. 6066
•T-M North 24th St. WE. 10^
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k) TO RELIEVE
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do you I
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(BY H. W. SMITH)
Mr .Dave Morrison and Mr. Ed
Lee were up early to attend a fun
eral Friday morning.
Capt- Davis of the Field Club is
on the job.
Capt- Langley is a very early
Capt. Burns on North 24th St.,
morning and evening.
Furnish Your Entire House
hold at the ‘Omaha Outfitting
1'hey carry Furniture, Washing
Machines, Radios, Travelling
H»gs, Jewelry and All Kinds
2122 North 24th St.
Phone AT. 5652
Join—Reliable Friendship Club—
'or Pleasure. Send Dime for mem
jership blank. H. Brookes, 3] 7
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. H67II
STORAGE & VAN CO. <
Local and Long Distance
1107 Howard, W. W. Koller, Mgr.
King Yuen Cafe
2010Z2 N. 24th St. JAckson 8575
.Open from 2 p. m. until 3 a. in
American & Chinese Dishes
formerly at 24th
and Erskine St.
514 N. 16th ST.
The RR boys are giving very
good service on wheels at all tim
White Horse Inn waiters are on
the job with modern service.
Fontenelle hotel waiters are
very much out in front on service.
Read the Omaha Guide and get
all the good news.
The Cottonwood Room at the
Blackstone is going over big.
The Race horse headwaiter and
his fine crew of waiters taking
veiy good care of the service at
Bro- John Evans is very much
out in front at the Rome hotel.
The Musician headwaiter is al
ways going places and doing .<-0
many things and to our way of
thinking, it makes him the man ol'
the hour at all times.
All waiters should take out
some shares in the Credit Union
an dhelp build up a business that
will keep our race out in front.
THE WEEK PASSES
James Kobinson entertains some
friends in a northside busie.ss
Ernie Fields and his Orchestra
Capt. Burns and Mr. Ed. Bufoid
on a Park East street car.
Omaha has a real blackout.
Ground Hog day is in history.
Elks Charity Ball in the making.
Archie Vann in Omaha to attend
the funeral of his stepfather, Mr.
Alex N. Hilton who died Jan. -}.
We all extend our heartfelt sym
pathy to Mrs. Hilton and the fam
Read the Omaha Guide and get
all the news at all times.
Major League Baseball clubs all
ready for training camps.
Senator Taft praises conduct of
war and says, there is no one to
day who doubts the justice of our
Bud Green, James Donley and
this writer all meet in a north
side barber shop.
Union Services well attended at
HELP US! HELP THE POOR
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COMMUNITY SHOCKED OVER
(tragic burning or
MRS. ELLA HARPER
Community was shocked beyond
expression Thursday afternoon.
January 21st when news flashed
over the city by phone and radio
of the tragic burning of Mrs. Ella
Harper, 78 years old. of 2220 Wil
lis Ave., her home, in her rodm
by some mysterious way Mrs. El
la Harper caught on fire from a
gas heater presumably her dress
caught on fire. She could not
summon help. In the meantime
her devoted niece Mrs. Mary Gan?
smelled Something burning from
her upstairs room, and rushing
downstairs from her upstairs
room, found the fire and beat it
out- Called the doctor ar*d the
fire department. Both rushed to
the scene finding Mrs, Harper on
her knees by her bed still con
scious. They rushed her to the
Doctors hospital, where she suc
cumbed at 6:45 p. m.
Funeral services were held on
Monday 2 p. m. from the St. Johns
AME. Church. Rev. Ridley .pas
Mrs Harper was an old member1
of the church. She had lived in
Omaha more than 65 years, com
ing here as a girl from Platte city
Survivors a sister Mrs. Louise
Strawthers, niece Mrs. Mary Gant,
nephew Mr. Elmer Gant, two a
dopted children and several cous
ins and literally hundreds of
friends- All loved her as was at
tested by the beautiful profuse
floral offerings. Lewis Mortuary
rendered efficient service. Burial
in Mt. Hope cemetery.
Her legion of friends and the
community extend sincere sym
Pilgrim Baptist Church.
Sheriff C. T. Handman of Cin
cinnati, Ohio discovers 22 gun ar
senal in the home of Victor Cap
President Roosevelt makes a
visit in Liberia to Pres. Barclay.
Raymond Baxter, TOm Penny
and Robert Anderson 0f Lexing
ton, Ky„ get a new trial for slay
ing of Marion Miley, Louisiana
night club owner.
Arkansas derby to be fun at
Oakiawn race track at Hot
Springs. Purse has been increas
ed from $5000 to $10,000.
Senator Byrd of Va., urges U.
S. Senate to reject the appoint
ment of Edward J. Flynn as min
ister to Australia.
Executive Board of the NAACP
had a very fine meeting with the
new wide awake Pres. Dr. A L.
AVe all noticed the days length
ing very much.
Mr. Dorsey of Omaha's wide a
wake and up and go citizens,
greeting his many friends.
Goldie Davis entertains Mr.
Kalph Gibbs who smiles at all
times and Mr. Chas. Moore, the
■\ery tall and extra size and large
man and Mr. James White, the,
very friendly man at the Harding
and Mortimer store that sells
goods in glasses and it was a very
pleasant evening, and we should
all give them a good hand.
28 persons burned to death in !
the Lake Forrest Sanitarium just
north of Seattle, Washington.
United States Senate votes and
approves merger of Western Un
ion and Postal eTlegraph Co.s
Judge Wm. H. Hastie aide to the
Secy, of War Stimson resigns in
protest over discrimination in ar
my air forces.
—And now if ever shall we al
ways keep in mind. Government
of the people, bv the People and
for the people, shall always dwell
with us for all times and it was
the Union soldiers who lost their
lives on the battle fields to pro
duce a union for which they did
not die in vain. And less we for
get as we look around and sea
what has been accomplished and
what we see with the help of the
All Mighty God. Let us continue in
a very substantial faith and lift
our actions toward all for one r-nu
one for all in the good old USA ,
where the beautiful sun shines
and gives us new hopes and ideas
at ail times from Feb. 12, 1809.
How To Relieve
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 i
pathy to the bereaved family. God
be with them.
The Women Works of the
Church of the Living God CWFF
held their last meeting at the
home of the Secy. Mrs. Jennij
Lewfis. A wonderful repast was
serviced. All members being pre
sent. We are going to have our
installation on Sunday Feb. 7,
1943. Elder M. L. Steele, pastor
Of the Church of the Living God,
2316 North 25th St., is asked to
preach the Installation sermon.
The next meeting of the club will
be held at the home the Treasurer
Mrs! A. Brayboy 2426 Erskine St.,
Friday February 12th at 8 p. m.
Everyone welcome, bring your
Bible. Sister W. Long. Pres., Sis
ter Jennie Lewis, Sec., Rev. S.
K. Nichols, Pastor.
CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOI)
CWFF, 1906 North 24th St.,
Rev. S. K. Nichols, Pastor,
Rose Oliver, Reporter,
Sunday school . ..9:45
Morning Service ........ .11:30
i’PPU. .. ..6:00
Evening Service ..7:30
Wed. night Service ..__f:30
Women's Work Fri. night.... 8:00
We had grana service all day
Sunday. A wonderful Sunday
School with a lovely attendance of
20 pupils. Our Pastor preached
a soul stirring sermon Sunday
morning .which we enjoyed very
much. His subject was ' For God
shall fight your battle and > 3
shall hold your peace.” Our pas
tor really made it plain to Us, I
that God will fight our battles if :
we would let him, and not take >
things in our hands. Sunday night
we had a grand time in the Lord.
We had a soul stirring Testimony
service led by Sister W. Long.
She really sang from her hearr.
The Church was filled with the
spirit. Then Our Pastor came
forth with a stirring sermon which
We had several visitors .both
white and colored.
Who testified that truly our
Pastor is a man of God. They al
so testified of the healing and
blessings they received through
This church is ruled by Love and
Our pastor's text for Sunday
morning Feb. 7th will be “And
Why call ye Me Lord, Lord, and
do not th ethings I say?” Sun
day night “And another book was
opened which was the book of
life, and they were judged from
the things that was written in the
book. And whosoever name that
was not written in that book waj
casted in the Lake of fire.”
Everybody is invited to come
MRS. MATTIE OWENS
Mrs. Mattie Owens died Friday
January 29 at her home 2520 Pat
rick Ave. Leaving to mourn her
loss are son Carl Davis, daughter
Dora Neal, one grandson, one
grand daughter all of Omaha.
Myers Funeral home in charge
COURT I»E'Cr?\KES TEACHERS’
(continued from page 11
basis of a valid discrimination un
der the constitution. It will not
justify a school board or any oth
er school authorities in paying a
substantially greater salary, all
other things being equal, to a
white teacher than to a colored tea
cher. This same situation may
may very well be said to exist a
mong white teachers. Some of
them undoubtedly live under much
more economical conditions than
The court found the differential
between Negro and white Salaries
was approximately at the ratio of
3 to 2. The court found also that
this discrimination was absed sole
ly' upon srace and color.
Regarding the evidence of var
iable salary schedules the court
siad: ' It disclosed without any sub
stantial conflict that in every in
stance where special treatment
was given to a white teacher or
principal on account of his or her
personal qualifications, such prin
cipal or teacher received favorable
treatment in the way of increased
compensation, while in no instance
had such favorable treatment been
accorded to a colored principal or
teacher on account of his or her
special personal qualifiations. Un
der these circumstances the Court
does not feel justified in approv
ing in its decree the variable sch
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(Corner 145th Street!
Select Family and Tourist
Running Hot and Cold Water
in Each Room
All Rooms Outside Exposure
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INCLUDES THE CORTE CORZINE STOCK
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V. S. INDICTS TWO ST. LOUIS
(Continued front page 1)
the United States.
It is further charged in the in
dictment that at one of these meet
ings in Pacific hall that Erv/in
brought "greetings from their Jap
anese friend in St. Louis.” At
still another he is alleged to have
given pass words and signs to
those present for identification to
the invading Japanese.
Butler and Erwin are also ac
cused of directing members to e
vade requierments of the selective
service law by filling out a blank
form and paying a small fee which
entitled them to certificates as
ministers without regard to their
This charge is the basis of a sec
ond count in the indictment alleg
in'? interference with operation of
the draft, act- Maximum penalty
upon conviction would be two
years in prison an da fine of $10,
Erwin was arrested in h*s home
here and confined to city jail to
await arraignment before the Uni
ted States commissioner. He as
serted that he had been * recently
re-elected to the presidency of the
Pacific movment but had not yet
been inducted into office. The
prisoner was vehement in his de- ’
nial that he had Japanese allianc
es or had engaged in subversive
Police took Butler into custody
at his home in East St. Louis and
he like-wise categorically denied
the government’s charges- He
said he had resigned from the pics
idency because of a quarrel with
other members, and emphasized
that he had no love for the Jap
Bond for both wag fixed at |5>
Atty Oen. Francis Biddle who
made announcement of the indict
ment at Washnigton said that at
tempts of Japanese agents to "ir_
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color. $1.50 with order and
save postage or pay postman
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Wigs. Gray Hair 50c extra.
POSNER HAIR CO.
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Satisfaction or manor roftmdo4
filtrate” Negro organizations Lai
been repudiated bv responsible
leadership. He said that many of
the members of the movement had
been duped and were unaware of
The organization was founded in
St. Louis in 1932 by Ashima Talks,
a tool of the Japanese Black Drag
on society supervised by Satohashi
Takahasi. a retired Japanese army
officer. The organization is said
to have stretched from Philadel
phia to Phoenix with Takis claim
ing 165,000 members.
Takis was sentenced last fall to
serve three years in a federal pris
on for forgery of a United States
postal money order.
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