The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, March 27, 1943, City Edition, Page THREE, Image 3

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    *n PAYS TO ADYEF^SE
IT PAYS TO SHOP
For whatever you have to sell, 01
for whatever you want to buy—
EN THESE COLUMNS
FOR RENT
8 Room House for 2 Families, All
Modem. $25.10 per month- Available
to Party able to buy furnishings at
8250.90 cash. 2204 Maple Street
Call evenings JA. 6416 One Apart
ment Now Rented for $25.00 Per
month.
FOR SALE
5 Rooms, partly modern, paved
street. Close to 3 car lines. Call
WE. 2908. Mrs- Esther A meruit,
2227 Ohio St.
FOR RENT a 3 room Apt WE.
2385.
PmPEFENSE
BUY
UNITED
STATES
SAVINGS
/'BONDS
AND STAMPS
LAUNDRIES & CLEANERS
EDHOLmT SHERMAN
S401 North 24th WE. 6065
EMERSON LAUNDRY
<324 North 24th St. WE. 10J»
———
WANT TO —
Furniture of all kinds—dreaders,
beds, end tables, chairs and cheat
of drawers or complete home—
apartment furnishings. Kettles and
mshes. Sell Og yours.
IDEAL Furniture Mart. 24th &
Lake Street—WE 2224
Join—Reliable Friendship Club—
j'or Pleasure. Send Dime for men
tershjp blank. H. Brookes, 317
Wendell. Chicago, HL
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
THOMAS FUNERAL HOME
2022 Lake St. W Easter 209?
BRONCHIAL
COUGHS!
Dae Te Colds or Iroackiof Irri+trHoa
Stop tocav at any good drug store and asx for a
bottle of Bucxiey s CANAD10L Mixture [triple
acting Take a coupie of sips at bedtime, -eoi
its nstant powerful affective action spread thru
throat, nead ana bronchial tubes. I: starts at
once to iooser up thick, cnofcing phlegm, soothe
raw memoranes and make breathing easier
• Don't wait—get Buckleys Canadioi today. You
get relief instantly. Only aso—ail druggists.
Did You Place Your
FALSE TEETH
In a Glass Last Night?
Thousand* do and wonder why their den
ture* remain dull and named — why thev
suffer with offending denture breath They
fail to realize that water alone >s not a cleans
tag agent - but new there s a great formula
part acted by • dentist, called Stera-iCieen
that thorough jv deans false teeth like magic
no brushing Simply put a little Scera-Kieen
rowper in a giasa ot water—«aan
your teeth - bow they sparkle,
•re really clean anc took like
the day your dentist said.
“Don't they look natural’" Try
«t> 30« At ait druggists.
#!G Firmer » Recipe Mix A'lenra and
Lemon Juice to get auick relief from pains
of rheumatics ana neuraigus Druggists
have A: ienna — grocers have (emont.
DO YOU
Sore taooble with jaax amat? Do
(toe? peacuo soc ireei? aac. stack
too »» between me tooe? Do
tike? acse and bars? Are eoo
ccjw or Althelm a Foot?
Ter to? LD1—in amauag aeer
tomato guaranteed to snog ro
bot—or doable roar mono? bodd
EASY TO USE— ease to b^s yet
U>J' -
1
PHONE ATLANTIC 1689—
984 N. 25th ST.
The
WAITERS’
COLUMN
(BY H. W. SMITH)
WE. 6458
The RR boys are very much out
in front giving good service to the
traveling public. Mr. George
Dean. Mr. Luther Johnson. Mr.
[Gordon Hopkins. Mr. Felix Metoy
er. Mr. Bill Taylor, Mr. Roy Mc
[Calister and Mr. Bill Norman and
Mr. Rodney Williams are top ser
vice men.
The Omaha Club waiters are very
much on the job, giving very fine
service.
The Fontenelle waiters up to the
minute in taking care of the very
fine guest.
Brother John Evans is the man
of the hour at the Rome hotel.
Do you know the Omaha Guide
is always for the uplifting of the
race.
Now waiters let all of us do our
part in helping to win the war—
as it is our job to be very mind
ful of what we are going through
as things may be very different
when the war is over.
The race horse head waiter and
the very fine crew at the Paxton
Hotel are always up and going and
doing things to improve the serv
ice.
The White Horse Inn is on the
front line at all times on service.
The Cottonwood room at the
Blaekstone is going over big at all i
times, and the streamlined room
service man. Mr. Avant is a rapid
fire shot on any party 3mall Or
large.
THE WEEK
A conference was held in Wash
ington March 16 to work out a plan
to abolish the poll tax.
Tuskegee Institute trying to j
PACE ROBESON CONFINED TO
HOSPITAL FOR THROAT
AILMENT
Tacoma. Wash.. March 20 (ANP)
A throat ailment caused Paul Robe
son. noted singer, tc cancel his
concerts for the next two weeks.
He is confined to a hospital here.
JACKSON 0288
FIDELITY
STORAGE A VAN CO.
Local and Long Distance
MOVING
1107 Howard. W. W. Koller, Mgr.
Gross
JEWELRY is
LOAN CO.
phone JA-4635
formerly at 24th
and Erskine St.
NEW LOCATION—
514 N. 16th ST.
raise four hundred dollars for the
P.ed Cross.
FBI arrest ex-Omahan—charges
he sent threats to an actress.
Nitti Capone gangster shoots
himself.
Wo. Garrison, Nebraska farmer
hangs himself in corn crib.
Fire Chief JOs. W Martin of St.
Louis, Mo., killed and 9 firemen
injured in fighting a fire.
Women doctors plead to Con
gress for a chance to go to the
front.
Henry Ford nearing So years old
spends half of each day in asking
question and making suggestions
Read the Omaha Guide and keep
pace with the crowd.
Two white men get ten years in
prison for rapeing a colored girl.
Negro teachers at white school
in Biloxi and Gulfport, Miss.
Draft to take 600.000 in 1943.
—
Dr. A. Clayton Powell .pastor of
Abyssinia Baptist church in NT.,
city to run for congress.
Sgt. Arthur Freeman wins sold
ier medal for saving- an 8 year oid
white girl from drowning.
County Judge Southard dies very
suddenly.
Union Services well attended at
Zion Baptist Church and the Ush
ers were up to the minute handl
ing the very large crowd. Now
let us give them a .good hand.
Omaha had the largest snow cf
the winter and as the 21st was the
first day of spring it was melting
very fast.
Hr. Carl Monroe entertains a
lady friend at a northside busin
ess house and Prof. Campbell, one
of the high powered salesmen was
giving quick service with a smile
and how!
Sunday school Supt. C. B. Wilks
and his lovely family group were
all smiiee when they met Mrs. De
Loch and this writer when Sunday
School was over.
The boys at the Lake Street Fire
barn continue to keep every truck
and all the building very neatly
shined.
Sunday, March 2 lot was greater
Men s Day at Clair Chapel. The
Rev. Chas. Favors was the guest
speaker at the morning service,
and a more wonderful sermon
could not have been preached by
Jo hnWesley the founder of Meth
odiam. and the streamlined Choir
rendered some very lovely song-.
We all enjoyed having Rev. Crow
der of the 29th St Bajtist church
In the afternoon. Rev. F. C. Wil
liams pastor of Zion Baptist
Church and Assistant pastor of
Clair Chapel, delivered very lovely
sermon and it was a very earnest
Christian fellowship enjoyed by all
and we should all give Mr. Rey
nolds a good brotherly hand.
We should all keep in mind to
trade with the business houses of
HELP US! HELP THE POOR
CALL—
THE VOLUNTEERS of
AMERICA
JAckson 2290 15th A Chicago
•***t*t*t*t*+a**m9a0t*t <*m* -
HOTEL OLGA
NEW YORK CITY
695 Lenox Avenue
(Comer 145th Street!
Select Family and Touris*
Hotel
Running Hot and Cold Water
in Each Room
All Rooms Outside Exposure
Subway and Surface Cars at
Door; Rates Reasonable.
ED. H. WILSON, Prop.
TeL Aud 3-7920
FATHER VERY LOW SICK
WANTS TO FIND
DAUGHTER
Mr. Homer D. Hightower and Mrs, Mae
Laumpkin Hightower want to get in touch with
their daughter. Miss Mary Lou Hightower.
Anyne knowing the whereabouts of Miss
Mary Lu Hightower, please get in touch with
Mr. C. C. Galloway at The Omaha Guide office,
2420 Grant St., Phone Webster 1517.
Times are getting tc-Ugher:
But them upon the other hand.
We’re treating Hitler rougher.
So I don’t care how tough it
gets,
(For I want us to win)
As long as our boys have the
stuff
With which to bomb Berlin:
As long as for our enemy
Things keep getting hotter
I won’t kick because my coffee
Tastes just like plain water.
HI gladly yield to rationing
Because of one December.—
The Japs you know: they start
ed it—
At Pearl Harbor—remem be'?
But now we're raising heck
with them.
Their troopships are annoying
The papers are quite full of hcv.
The-ir convoys we re destroying.
And if we do oUr part back here.
Hucfa sooner we will go.
A marching down some well
bombed street
That leads to Tokio:
Well kick Hirohito in the pants.
We’ll darn near wreck his town:
And how that Jap will hate
to see
His ’rising 3un’ go down.
For just as Joseph Louis said.
And I repeat wit hr ride.
“We will win this war because
We all fight on God’s side.”
I
Now that I’ve had my sav
in verse.
If this gives folks the blues.
I’m sorry but must let it go
For this week's Legion News.
GIRLS
ON THE
STREFTS
IN MEMORY OF
BETTY LAWSON
—the former writer of this col
umn. who ceased March 27, 1941.
I listen as I wake at night
In my heart is a strange sweet
thrill
And memories do surge me
bright.
And we feel she is with us stilL
"Those Sweethearts of Rhythm"
had the moat beautiful Colored
women in the band that I’ve ever
seen—said Weddell Jenkins. “K
God had of made anything more
beautiful he would have kept it
for Himself.” And we wants to
add that Everybody really enjoy
ed themselves. That was oniy
gerat- At the Dreamland hall,
sponsored by Lloyd Hunter.
At the Elks club Monday night
is where the Hearts of Rhythm
changed stations. They were high
ly partying with those cats. Thoie
chics were drapped.
Doris I. Newland was seen once
again here in Bronzeville visiting
from Washington where she is do
ing Government work.
Omaha Cats here on furlough-—
Sargeant Leonard Wills.
Sargeant Joe Brooks.
Corporal Louie Whidby.
_
RUMORS THAT—
Ex Corporal Dewey Matthews
go tthose two stripes exchanged I
for no stripes for overstaying his
LEGION NEWS
(BY JCUU8 E. HILL)
(Post Publicity officer)
WHO SAID THAT?
If all the members were like me
oh what a Legion Post this would
be:-Comrade Phil Barge.
_
Legion Button—good; dues paid
—better, membership card best of
all:—Comrade Frank Austin.
_
If we're going to do it let’s do it j
MOW:—Comrade Shorty Glass.
I’ll write the rest of this in verse
But don t know why I should;
As in old fashioned English
Perhaps I'd do as good.
In fact I’d do much bAter,
And not try very hard.
For here's one thing that’s cer
tain;
I’m truly not a bard.
But what I want to say is this;
our group and remember our Drs.
when illness overtakes us and al
ways keep in mind that the labor
er is worthy of his hire. We can
keep our group Out in front by
making good our promises and it
wiu. keep a lovely smile on their
faces and keep the service very
much improved and we hope to
see oUr business men up to the
minute on taking very good care
of their trade as more sustomers
means more salesmen and neatly
kept stock on the shelves attracts
the eyes of people trading.
—
SOCIAL MOTES
FAREWELL PARTY
The Glenn L. Martin, third shift j
final assembly gave a farewell
Thursday, March 18th- sponsor- j
Party at the American Legion ha’l |
ed by Bob Murray and J. Milsap. 1
in honor of Herbert McCaw andj
John Manager who were SBcEucted j
into our armed forces.
william Mitchell, Reporter.
—
A VERY SPEEDY RECOVERY
Miss Viola Seay, daughter of j
Mr. and Mrs. James Seay of “192 I
Maple Street, underwent an oper
ation at the St. Katherine’s Hos
pital for apendicitis. Viola was j
seriously ill a couple of weeks a
go hut she is now going to school
in the best of ehaltb. While in
the hospital many friends visited
her and brought things to cheer \
her up.
She is very grateful for every- j
thing.
CHTOCH OF THE LIVING GOD
1906 North 24th St.
Rev. S. K. Nichols. Pastor
Rose Oliver. Reporter
Sundays chool .._......9:43 tat.
Morning Service ...... 11:30 am.
YPPC. ....S pm |
Evening Service • -__ .7:30 pm i
Wednesday night Service 7:30 pn:
Friday night Women 's Work .
.. -.. ..8 00 Pm ;
We had grand service all day i
Sunday. We had a lovely attend- j
ance of 24 pupils. Our pastor j
preached a wonderful sermon Sun !
day morning, which we enjoyed
very much. We were glad to have
with us all day Rev. Gast. Sunaay
morning he gave us several beauti
ful selections which was highly up- !
predated. Sunday night wfe had
a grand time in the Lord. Our Ji.
Choir sang beautiful. Also sister ■
Mcsely gave us several beautiful :
Selections. Then our pastor preach
ed us an inspiring sermon. The
spirit ran high. We had a number '
of visitors present.
Our pastor's text for Sundae. •
March 28. 1943 will be "Endeivcr
ing to keep the unity of the Spirit :
in the bond of peace.” Sunday j
night 'Now the Spirit Speak eta
expressly, that in the latter tunes
some shall, depart from the faita."
Come out and hear these sermons.
Don't forget Sunday is the Women
Work Missionary Day Program.
If you miss coming you will miss
a treat. When: Sunday. March 2S.
Time: 3 P. M.
We are expecting Dr. E. J. Cain
of Oklahoma City, Okla., Monday,
March 29. He is truly a man of
God. Sc come out and hear him.
^ If you suffer MONTHLY *N
FEMALE FAIN
You who suffer such pain with tired,
nervous feelings, distress of “irregu
larities’’—due to functional month
ly disturbances—should try Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
It bas a soothing effect on one of
woman's most important oryarts.
Also Sne stomachic tonic' Follow
label directions. Worth trying
LYP4A L PINKHAM’S £££$
I AWOL.
I think he proposed to a certain
chic while he was here.
Private Oliver Hodge is now in
Africa. What's he doing" Hi
thinking of Harriet Green. He
said that flame- will never go oat
—In Africa. He don’t know how
it's burning on this end.
Sargeant Mclver of the Technic
al Air Force school squadron,
whrse home is in New York City,
was setting up beautiful chics at
a party in the Elks Club Monday
night. In the party was other Sar
geants and their chics. Ahem.
Sgt. Mclver who is only tro
handsome, is the nephew of Mrs.
and Mr. D. S. Talbert. He will be
in and out of Bronzeville every
week end.
Pvt Jimmy Seay who is also at
Lincoln, has promsed Bronzeville
and his wife the week ends— was
out sporting Saturday night. He !
was sharp in his uniform.
—
Now that we have mentioned j
the mentionable. let’s say a few ,
words for Korea Clark and her. !
Lieutenants. We is forced to a
gree that those Pvts. and Sargeanrs
are the lick but the Lieutenants
are much more entertainers. No
hard feelings.
Kenneth from Detroit has sent
a twelve by twelve picture of him
self to Viola Seay. Wonder how
does Hetman D. like his looks.
Mr. Five by Five—better known
as George Station is getting cheap
er as the years go by. Much cab
bage as he carries, he is afraid to
spend a leaf off the roll on nice
chics. Sad.
Louise Wright who is at the air
craft factory along with the other
chics—really was togged Sat. nite.
Her- coolrs were “Red” oh but she
locked nice.
_
Betty Montgomery Roundtree
turned out the Blue House Satur
day night when she was forced to
Use an empty beer bottle over the
head of a chics that the other cat
picked. So unnecessary:
While “stomp” Brown was here
l ; was rumored that he asked J dan
ita Winn how she would like a
ring from him. Ahem.'
—THAT’S ALL thig week—
GIRLS on the STREETS.
WITNESSES TESTIFY THAT
TEXAS FARMER HITCHED
NEGRO TO A PLOW AND BEAT
HIM WITH WHIP
Corpus Christi, Texas. March 21
(ANPi—According to government
witnesses. Alex L Skroboxcyzk. *52
white farmer, used his hired hand
“IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL
MAYO’S BARBER SHOP
Ladies and Children's Work
A Specialty
2422 LAKE ST.
RABE'S BUFFET
for Popular Brands
| of BEER and LIQUORS
2229 Lake Street
p —Always a place to park—
(JOHNSON DRUG CO I
NEW LOCATION
2306 North 24th 1
|W e. 0998 Free Deliver*
I *
NORTH 24th st
SHOE REPAIR
1807 N. 24th St. WE. 424U
—POPULAR PRICES—
LOOK AT YOUH SHOES
Other People Do.
Our Half Soieing Method leaves
No Repair Look on your shoes.
We Use the BEST Materia*.
PAGE GOT ATTACHMENTS
For
• - - •
BCQUIVuli
Hair
PorfecHy
Matched
Send sample of hair or stale
color. $1 -50 with order and
save postage or pay postman
SI -50 plus 23c postage an
delivery. Braids, Puffs and
Wigs. Gray Hair 50c extra.
POSNER HAIR CO.
113 W. 128th St„ N. Y. C.
Alfred Irwin, as a horse, attached
him to a plow and applied similar
driving methods, beating him with
a bull whip.
Federal judges are holding Skro
barcyzk and his 29 year old daugh
ter on trial on an indictment
charge of keeping Irwin in condi
tions of slavery and peonage.
A nearby ranch farmer. Lupe
Kazan white- testified that he ha.
twice seen Skrobarcyzk whip Irwin
while a dairy farmer said that Ir
win frequently came to his pi ice
at night bleeding at the month and
begging for food.
A third witness. Agnes Tako
quits white a former employee on
the Skrobarcyzk far®, testified she
had seen both Skroljarcyzk and huJ
daughter strike Irwin with chains
whips and clubs. She said Irwin
lived in a chicken house and waa
fed on flour and dry corn.
LIGHTER |
SZ
drug stores. Use 7 days aa ^^R
directed Satisfaction or
«I*H. Atlanta Georgia.
DU. FRED PALMER’S ^
SKIN WHITENER
Thomas Kilpatrick &Co.
For Yoar Upholstery
Mystic Foam
CLEANER
One-Half
Gallon_
One Gallon for—1.49
Removes grease or dirt
stains, restore the lustre and
brightens the color of your
upholstery. No oder . . .
easy to use.
Bett's Sanitary
CLEANER
L.. 44c fb>_ 88c
For painted walls and
woodwork. Restore the or
iginal finish and color.
If Iff
the
PCWTCT CLEANER
PON
upholstery
ANDQUOS
THREE O’CLOCK . . .
AND I HAVEN'T SLEPT A WINK*
WAKEFTIL NIGHTS —how the time drags:
Minutes seem like hours, we worry over things
done and left undone. After such a night, we get
up in the morning more tired than when we went
to bed. Nervous Tension causes many a wakeful
night and wakeful nights are likely to cause Ner
vous Tension. Next tune you feel Nervous and
Keyed Up or begin to toss, tumble and worry after
you get to bed—try
-■ a—1— DR. MILES NERVINE
i Liquid or Effervescent Tablets)
DR. MILES NERVINE helps to ease Nervous Tension — to permit re
freshing sleep. When you are Keyed Up. Cranky. Fidgety. Wakeful take
Dr. Miles Nervine. Try it for Nervous Headache and Nervous Indigestion.
Get Dr. Miles Nervine at your drug store. Effervescent Tablets, Large
Package 75*. Small Package 35*: Liquid. Large Bottle $1.00. Small Bottle
25*. both equally effective as a sedative, beta guaranteed to satisfy or
your money back- Head, directions anH use only as directed.
TBAoP
Lost,a cough due toa cold—thanks to thesooth
ing action of South Brothers fongh Drops.
Smith Bros. Cough Drops contain a special
blend of medicinal ingredients, blended with
prescription care. And they still cost only 5* a
box. Yes, a nickel checks that tickle.
SMITH BROS. COUGH DROPS
SLACK OR MENTHOL— 5*
rMUK
Chairs for Rent |
FOB ALL OCCASIONS. RE-Sw.CABLE PRICES. W E 1517 V
Assembly Hall tor Rent
BY NIGHT OR WEEK FOR CIVIC OR POLITICAL ORG ANIZ- L
ATIONS, SOCIAL CLCBS. CONVENTIONS AND ALL .ANNUAL f
AFFAIRS. AT A REASONABLE KATE. W E. 1517.
Costs only 3C per day s Pays up to $325 per yem
HOSPITAL ROOM mmd BOARD— OPERATING
ROOM—X-RAT EXAMINATION-ANESTHESIA—
LABORATORY EXAMINATION—MATE RM ITT
BENEFITS - BURGEON'S FEES — SANATORIUM
BENEFITS—EMERGENCY AID—AMBULANCI
NO MEDICAL EXAMINA
TION REQUIRED - CLAIMS
PAID PROMPTLY-AVAH.
ABLE FOR TBS ENTIRE
TAMILT.
ACT NOW
Yon can’t afford a be »eS
ob das Low Gao jratcias
La Be FEDERAL PLA*N m
Be aiUo.