The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, February 05, 1944, CITY EDITION, Page 2, Image 2

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    Admirers of the Boston Tar Baby Organize to Help Him .
A group of those interested in raising a fund to provide for Sam Langford, the famous old fighter who is now blind and penniless, met in
New York recently, formed themselves into the Sam Langford Fund Committee and began a nation-wide drive. In the picture, seated from
left to right, are Frits Pollard, former all-America football star; Langford, David H. Knott, hotel man and former sheriff of N. Y. County,
chairman; Dr. C. B. Powell, of the New York Athletic Commission vice-chairman, and Benjamin T.Hock. Standing: Arnold De Mille,
Clifford Steward, Dan Burley, managing editor of “The Amsterdam New”; Mrs. Roark Bradford, secretary; Chauncey Northern, John P.
Langan, Henry Abbott, Robert Knott and Clifton S. Thomson
“ASTROLOGY!
Brief Reading also Astrological
Iaformation”. Dime. O l t •
Birthdate.
BERT WOODS.
4797 Telegraph,
Oakland, Calif.
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CHOP STTEY
2010/a N. 24th St. JAckson 85/S
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24th and Lake Sts.
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LOCAL NEWS
LOSES POCKETBOOIi
Miss Syvella Lawson, 2114 Clark,
lost a brow nzipper billfold in the
rest room whie attending' a (lancj
at Dreamland Hall, Saturday night
January 22nd. It contained $30.00
and many small photos. In telling
of her loss to a Guide reporter she
said she had n° hope of ever get
ting the money back and wasn’t so
paraicular about it. She said that
f whoever found the billfold would
mail the photos and her social se
curity card to her home address at
2114 Clark or snail or turn it in at
THE OMAHA GUIDE office, no |
questions would be asked. Espec
ially does she want her security
card and the picture of a baby
that was in the billfold. If -my
I^UEAJL SHOe1«AN^ !■
FONTENELLE
SHOE REPAIR
CASH & CARRY CLEANER
U10 North 24th St.
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! COOPER'S DRY GOODS
2418 North 24th St.
Put Your Easter
Outfit in will call now.
WHILE SELECTIONS ARE
GOOD.
JUST BACK FROM EAST —
NEW MILLINERY, BAGS,
SUITS AND COATS
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WALLPAPER PAINT
Have your decorator show you the Pan
American Wallpaper Books First.
He will also supply you with one of the fin
est grades of paints and varnishes manufactured.
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PAN-AMERiCAN WALLPAPER & PAINT GO.
1608 Webster Street
Phone JA-3358 Omaha, Nebr ,
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TIP TOP TAILORS
DRY GLEANING AND TAILORING WELL DONE
1 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Morris, Props.
: —“For the Quickest and Best Service”—
PHONE AT-6138
1804 NORTH 24th ST. Omaha, Nebr.
When you’re choosing a laxative
these Questions are important
Ques. Should you choose your lax
ative for thoroughness, promptness
or general satisfaction? Ans.
You should lo0k for all three qual
ities. Ques. What laxative has been
a really popular favorite with four
generations because it usually is
prompt, thorough, and satisfactory
when directions are followed? Ans.
Good old Black-Draught. Ques. Is ]
Black-Draught easy to take? Alls.
You bet! Particularly in the new
granulated form.
Black-Draught is purely herbal.
Economical, too—25 to 40 doses,
only 25c! Caution, use only as dir
ected. Get this "friendly laxative”
in the familiar yellow box today
i II ^
Smith Bros, has served the public since 1847.
In that period America has fought five wars.
Only during wartime has there ever been any
shortage of Smith Bros. Cough Drops. Our
production now is war-reduced but we’re dis
tributing it fairly to all. Still only 5
checks that ticklel
SMITH BROS. COUGH
BLACK OR MENTHOL—
onp finding or knowing anything
about it cares to call Miss Lawson
the phone number is AT. 804G.
BOUGHT $125.00 WORTH
OF BONDS
Mrs. Esther Hicks, who is selling
War Bonds and Stamps for Roose
velt Post No- 30. The American Le
gion, told a Guide Reporter that
Miss Mary Johnson. 1124 1-2 North
27th Street,bought from her S125
worth of bonds. One who spends
money in such a way is not likely
to be in want after the war ends.
GETTING TO BE A HABIT
When a fire starts in the vicin
ity around Blondo to Clark, north
to south, and 25th street to 20th
east and west, here lately, it has
been a Guide reporter who was on
the scene when it started or Pars
ed in tile alarm. He was passing
the Porkie place, 24th and Blondo
when a fire started around the
stove 'pipe. He was just going
home when Mrs. Higgdon had a fire
in her house. But a neighbor n
cross the street had seen it first
and called the fire department.
Nevertheless, the reporter manag
ed to get around more or less in
the way, getting- his feet wet and
catching a fresh cold trying to be
a 'helpful Henry.' And last week
this same reporter was on hand
when Sloan Apartment caught on
fire.... and got wet. and caught a
fresh cold. Heah. it’s getting to i
be a habit!
BIRTHDAY PARTY
Mrs. ROse Lee White, Jr., g-ave
a very lovely birthday party at the
Elks Hall, Sunday January 30th,
to which twenty-three were invit
ed. Many lovely gifts were rec
eived.
The luncheon table was done in
white and old rose. Champagne
was served. And everyone seemed
to have had a nice time. Those
present were as follows:
Pvt. Lewis White, Jr., Pvt. Hank
Geer and wife. Pvt. Percy McClain,
and Wife, Air. and Mrs. Grandville
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mason, Mr. and Mrs. George Bur
ton. Air. and Airs. Carl Bone. Airs.
Doris Hawkins. Mrs. Davis McDa
vis. Mrs. Nettie Lett, Mrs. Amelia
Allen. Mrs. Vera Hopkins, Airs.
Susie McClain, from Desmcines,
Iowa, Mrs. Blanch Wright, Mrs.
Marine Rose Ball, Mr. Brooks and
Mr. Charles E. Givens.
MRS. HIGDON’S HOME
CATCHES AFIRE
A fire broke out in the home of
Mrs. Mary Higdon. 1826 North 23rd
street, a little past midnight Fri
day, January 28th which caused
considerable damage, but more
from smoke and water than fire.
Mrs. Higdon aroused the children
in the house and got them out
first, then went back and got the
two elderly men who roomed with
her and led hem to safety.
Mr. Mimms, a neighbor called
the fire department.
AT GREAT LAKES TRAINING
BASE
A letter from Joe Glass, young
est son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron .)
Glass, 2539 Burdette street, dis
closed that he is now stationed at
the Great Lakes Naval Training j
Station. Joe left Omaha to become
a. sailor some two weeks ago.
RABE’S j
Buffet
for Popular Brand*
of BEER and LIQUORS
2229 Lake Street i
—Always a place to park—
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WRITES OF HER
IMPROVEMENT
Mrs. Lillie Smith who was sick
and in bed. writes from Oklahoma
that she is up and around again.
DECORATED
Clair Chapel Methodist Church,
was all decorated up to greet the
District Sup. Sunday, Jan. 30h. Its
wide awake pastor and lovely choir
rendered beautiful songs during
the impressive service.
TO GIVE PLAY
Coming soon to the Church of
the Living God, 1906 North 24th
Street, "The Passion Play,”—This
play will be produced by Mrs. W.
Long and will be presented from
our ‘Father’ to ‘Amen’ Nothing
like it has ever been presented,
The play will be shown in beauti
ful colored lights. Time and place
will be announced soon.
Rev. S. K. Nichols, Pastor,
Mrs. Willie Long, Reporter.
WOMEN’S WORK
The Womens Work of the
Church of the Living' God CWFF ,
1906 North 24th street, met at the
home of the chaplain, Sister Las
ter. The Club was roylally enter
tained bj* our most honorable mis-]
sionary, Sister D. Brown, and wc
really enjoyed everything. We had
a wonderful lecture by Mother
Woodie. Closing talk by the pres
ident who brought some wonderful
plans whereby we may make the
work Worth while. To enjoy these
meetings be sure and attend as
you' are always welcome.
Don’t forget the Fairy Princess
Wedding, February 7th. Tickets
are on sale. Please help us. i ur
fourth Sunday was a huge success
Six ministers being nresent.
Old Men’s Club ....
A number of the ‘old Boys’ have
formed what they call The Old
Men’s Club which meets every
Sunday afternoon around a table
in The Champion Lunch Room and
Beer Tavern, 24th and Patrick St.
There they buy rounds of drinks
and live over the days gone by and
tell of their exploits when they
were gay young blades and had n
lot more on the ball.
*****
As the drinks keep flowing it is
reasonable to presume that the
stories and incidents become more
enlivened and dramatic. Those in
which they at first were more cr
less parties of the second part te
Come ones in which they are hero
es, and unimportant events take
on the garbs of incidents of major
importance in which had it net
been for their cleverness or brav
ery, might have resulted in disas
ter for others involved.
Now this may not be the case
in regards to this specific club.
But anyone who has been telling
or listening to stories while drinks
were being passed around, surely
hasn't failed to notice the sudden
changes in them if told again after
the teller has a few drinks under1
his belt—even if that teller is him
self. And Everett King. George
Newhouse, Benny Bennet, Jim
Carter and John Campbell, the
most active member of the club,
(if not the only members of it)_
have been seen in action a number
of times by one who is in the
know. And he states that they
really can go to town in regards
to tit* telling of stories when they
?et mellow.
*****
Nevertheless, the lot of them do
lobody no harm,—have a lot of
un and continue to look ahead to
he next Sunday with eagerness.
i
HSITING HIS FATHER <
Sgt. Hobart Ray, from Los A*g
>les, California, is in the city vis- ]
ting his father, Mr. Leon Ray, i
922 Franklin street. On his way 1
iere he stopped off in Denver to ]
visit his wife and baby. He will £
THE OMAHA GUIDE
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
Published Every Saturday at 2420 Grant Street
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Entered as Second Class Matter March 15, 1927
at the Post Office at Omaha, Nebraska, under
Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
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CARD OF THANKS
Your kindness at this time is more deeply ap
preciated than words can express, especially my
lovely neighbors and friends. I just can’t thank
you enough, you’ve been so kind to me during the
sickness and death of my husband, Otto Mason.
Minnie Mason, wife.
Liberia Expands Army
Released by D. S. War Department. Boreas of Pnblle Relation*
In girding herself to resist encroachment by foreign powers, the
Republic of Liberia is boosting the strength of her regular army
through an Officers' Training School, now being conducted at the
Barclay Training Center, Monrovia. Top photo shows former Presi
dent Edwin C. Barclay (left) presenting commission to graduate of
the school on December 15, 1943. Center photo shows American
•oldier giving marksmanship instruction to an officer candidate. Lower
photo is of the staff of the Liberian OCS. Front row, left to right:
Captain Williams, Major Moses N. Grant (commanding officer of the
Liberiaa Frontier Force), Lieutenant Colonel Howland H. Pell, Jr.
(in charge of OCS instruction). Captain Alford C. Russ, and Captain
Robert E. Mizen. Back row: Lieutenants Bergstrom, Smith, Ferent
rhak. Pitcher, Jacob and Weissman.
remain in the city until Sunday.
ST. BENEDICT’S CREDIT UNION
HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING
Sunday evening, January SOth
St. Benedict’s Credit Union of St.
Benedict’s Parish, held its annual
meeting to present a full report of
the years business to its members
and elect new officers. Geraldine
and. Ernestine McKim and N.-Ja
Dean Clint, rendered vocal solos.
Mr. Allen Woife prominent in the
Oimaha Credit associations .address
ed the meeting and gave many val
uable hints and suggestions in re
gards to the credit business. At
the close of the meeting coffee and
?ake were served by the ladies of
the Parish.
HOLDS QUARTERLY
CONFERENCE
Reverend G. D. Hancock, District
Superintendent of the Topeka Dis
rick. held the fourth Quarterly
Conference Monday evening, Jan.
list. All the auxilies of the church
nade good reports and the Dis
rict Stewart was very highly com
nended for the exctHent showing
nade in raising the claims. After
le business meeting Rev. Hancock
was presented with some beautiful
presents and the Ladies assisted
Mrs. Kirtly in serving ice cream
and cake. And a very lovely fel
lowship gathering was enjoyed by
all.
TENTH WEDDING
ANNIVERSARY PARTY
The Masonic Hall, 26th and
Blondo street, was the scene of a
party given in celebration of the
tenth wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan (Buddy) DeLOaen.
Ten years ago on January list,
they became husband and wife.
There were fifty or more friends
and acqaintances present who had
a pleasant time chatting together
and dancing to the music furnish
ed by a four piece orchestra. They
received many worthwhile and I
lovely presents. At eleven o'clock
the guest sat down to a turkey
dinner with all the trimmings that
usually goes with such a royal
feast.
The DeLoaches have many
friends who wish and hope that
they go down life’s road together
as happy as they were Friday
night, January 31st, the eve of
their tenth wedding anniversary.
SMILE
AWHILE
SOME SPEED
A sepia young man received some
buckshot just below his waist when
caught stealing something that
didn’ tbelong to hiim but he liked
to eat. In a conversation with his
friend concerning the affair the
BIG DOINGS AT DREAMLAND
HALL FEBRUARY 14th
There will be a lot going on St.
Valentine’s Day if we aren’t very
much mistaken- There is to be a
dance with a battle of music be
tween two red hot orchestras.
There will be Deb Lyons and His
Cubs, which features glamorous
Marie Difpee. battling against the
Kings of Swing Orchestra. Prizes
will he given away to the best at
jitterbugging, waltzing and doing
the New Town Schottisch.
Refreshments will be served and
the folks will be allowed to swing
until_..well unti>! iWill you be
my Valentine at Dreamland Hal!
the evening 6f February 14th?
Well then that will be just too nice
for jrds!
Oh yes, the committee is as fol
lows: John Riley, chairman; Rich
ard Bryant, William Booker and
A. Johnson.
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MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. David St. Clair, Pastor
"But the Lord is in His Holy
Temple, let all the earth ke^p si
lence before Him."
Services throughout the day
were exceptionally good, spirit fill
ed and inspiring. Attendance at
all services was also excellent
At the morning worship st rvioc,
Mrs. Lena Mitchell gospel singer
of Liberty, Mo., sang and her spir
itual singing set on fire the hearts
of many.
The recognition service at the.
■evening worship was indeed very
commendable- All presidents and,
leaders of the various clubs and
auxiliaries with banners bearing
the name °f the group they repre
sented were given the front seat
of honor and special mention was
made praising their excellent work
for the past year. The choir ren
dered a vocal and instrumental
program as their part of the recog
nition program. Also at this time
all clubs and auxiliaries made
their reports for the month of Jan
uary. 175.49 was realized.
Tuesday, Feb. 8, 1944 Mrs. Lena
Mitchell, gospel singer will be pre
sented in sOng service by the Help
ing Hand and Willing Workers
Club assisted by members of ‘.ne
•hoir. Public invited. No admis
sion. Free will offering.
Preaching service by the Pastor
every Thursday afternoon. All
who can are invited to come and
worship with us at this hour.
AH visitors are extended a cord
ial welcome at all times.
If You Suffer ‘Periodic’
FEMALE
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THE OMAHA
GUIDE j
mend said:
“What I can’t understand is h-jW
the farmer got such an excellent
shot at you from where he stoo i
ito the corner of the henhoi.se.''
“Well, it’s like this,’’ replied the
poung man, “When I saw him com
ng, I struck out running. I meant
to head out across the field but his
julldog barred my way so the bast
[ could do was go around the hen
house.’’
“But that still doesn’t explain
how the farmer go such a gnr d
shot at you with you traveling ,>-o
fast.’’ argued the other man.
“That's just it:—I was travdirg
So fast and made the corner sc
often that it see<med as if X was
standing still before him. So wha»
could keep him from getting a
good shot at me?’’
There was a cranky old man
who didn’t like being asked iu-.s
tions especially of a nature he Jin
not think was other’s business.
One day a smart aleck youth be
gan asking him a lot of foolish
and unnecessary questions which
resulted in the conversation going
something like this:
“Say, old man, how old are you’”
“Yes, I was borned in February.”
The youth tried again. “How
long did you stay at yOur lodg®
meeting last night?”
“Oh I left (much earlier than
that!”
“But still you haven't told me
the time.”
The old man t0ok out his watch
and replied, “It is now exactly 3
pm. and in five minutes I start
kicking the seats of all meddling
fools—young or old—who might
he still around annoying me.”
The young fool left at once.
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