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South Omaha Merchants’ Buyers Guide
k “THE GREATER OMAHA GLIDE” Continuous Publication for Nineteen Years—
But You Can Be
by ‘Taking Advantage’ of
these Ad Offerings which
Means - “Take Home Savings”
after Patronizing the South Omaha
Merchants herewith listed.
Everything that is available, These South Omaha
Merchants Have in the NEWEST and BEST in
FOOD, FURNITURE, MOTOR CARS, as well as in
CLOTHES and ENTERTAINMENT, and some 36 other
Major Groups of WANTED GOODS and SERVICES.
By Popular Demand
(by George H. McDavis)
DEAR SUBSCRIBERS: The MERCHANTS OF SOUTH
OMAHA here represented below, has made this page, for
YOU, POSSIBLE! You can do your SHARE by referring
Is these Ads, when in need ot necessities for the Home.
PATRONIZE THESE ADVERTISERS!
MADSEN SUPPLY CO.
GAS STOVES— RADIOS—OIL BURNERS
• Bendix Washers
4713 SOUTH 24TH MA. 3806
*PAINT & *GLASS
> ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 1
“ffe Appreciate Your Trade”
MA. 2016 3912 ‘Q’ ST.
-FRANK ). MERWALD
•TORRID ZONE FURNACE
SHEET METAL & FURNACE
3032 SOUTH 24TH lVXrV TWVW
■■ -—< f— 11 i r .. .. _, j ■ — r
for Smart Wearing Apparel
“SHOP AT KITTY’S”
4718 SOUTH 34TH MA. 4080
2905 ‘O' ST. MA. 6382
E. O. FUREN CO.
Jewelers & Optometrists
' “We Appreciate Your Trade”
4839 SOUTH 24TH MA. 1327
THOMSEN & SONS
Open Evenings and Sundays
A—CUT FLOWERS—FUNERAL DESIGNS—
* POTTED PLANTS—VEGETABLE PLANTS IN
5414 SOUTH 36TH MA. 1387
• Basements & Hauling
• Grading “Dozer
• Heavy Machiner Hauled
—BOB & JOHN OLIVO—
WA. 2324 MA.211I
FERRIS SEED CO.
FIELD & GARDEN
• POULTRY SUPPLIES & REMEDIES
• FARM SUPPLIES
5029 SOUTH 24TH MA. 6340
MODERN APPLIANCE CO.
Expert Radio & Refrigeration Service
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE
MArket 6969 4910 SOUTH 24TH
FORBES FURNITURE CO
‘EVERYTHING for the HOME’
“We Appreciate Your Trade”
5012 SOUTH 24TH STREET
Shebilsky Paint & W allpaper
* QUALITY PAINTS
“We Appreciate Your Trade”
2409 ‘L’ . MArket 2996
SALES & SERVICE
• COMPLETE LINE OF SHEET METAL & FURNACE
❖ Gibson Refrigerators, Duchess Washers
SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF REFRIGERATORS,
MA. 4311 2917 ‘Q’ ST.
25th & ‘Q’ Street
—WILL APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE’
(OPEN EACH DAY AT 6:00 A. M.)
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY
L. T. HERDZINA, MGR.
4720 SOUTH 24TH . MA-5050
JH Prescriptions Exactly Compounded
• FREE DELIVERY
We Appreciate Your Trade
EBONY’S ON SALE MONTHLY
2725 ‘Q’ MA-0260
Wooded in every sense of
the word. He is worthy of
your vote ...!**
For the end of this conver
sation turn to page (8) of
TRAINED—for the Job
EXPERIENCED in the Job
ON HIS RECORD
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET
YOUR SHOES REBUILT....
Quality Material & Guaranteed
LAKE SHOE SERVICE
_2407 Lake Street
LARGE LOAD PREFERRED
Kindling per load $5 0(
LUMP COAL $116(
JONES FUEL & SUPPLY
2520 Lake Street
PATRICK J. NORTON FOR
PATRICK J. NORTON
Patrick J. Norton general man- j
ager of Boys Town, this week
visited all sections ot the 2nd Con- I
gressional District to wind up his
campaign for the Democratic no-1
mination as Congresman for the!
A FAIR and COURTEOUS
_I POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT)
Mr. Norton indicated that he
received a very good reception
throughout the district and rece
ived much encouragement from
General Manager of Boys Town
for the past 25 years, Mr. Norton
has resided in the Second District
for 33 years. A life-long Demo
crat, Mr. Norton served in World
War n in the Army Air Corps
and at the time of his separation
held the rank of captain. Mr. Nor
ton has been active in fraternal
ism especially in the Eagles and
I|lks lodges. He is a member of
the Omaha Elks and Aerie No. 38
of Eagles in Omaha.
Having devoted most of his time
to youth work, Mr. Norton is a
member of the Nebraska Welfare
Ass’n and has been active in Boy
Scout work in the Ak-Sar-Ben
His interest in welfare work is
another qualification. He is a mem
ber of the American Legion Post
No. 1 of Omaha and is a mem
ber of the Amvets.
By H. W. Smith
The US Senate Banking Com
mittee voted to reduce to eleven
billion dollars the subsidiary ap
propriation and President Truman
also signed the administration’s
Emergency Bill for housing for
low income group’s low’cost homes
also for veterans.
Business men of Little Rock,
Arkansas have formed a non-pro
fit organization for the purpose
of converting the government or
dinance plant at Jacksonville into
a non-profit concern. It will be
leased from the War Dept, arti
cles of incorporation filed with the
Secretary of State.
Policemen in Oakland, Calif.,
are looking for a kiss theif. He
told one lady to kiss him or he
would kill her after she told him
she had no money.
Eighty two persons were killed
during holiday week of Memorial
Day. Forty five were from acci
Thirteen persons were reported
killed during the flood in Penns
lyvania during the week of May
An air plane ripped thru high
tension wires and fell in the river
in Salem, Oregon May 30. A tug
boat rescued two people that were
riding in the plane.
President Truman and family
had a very pleasant Memorial Day
• Have You Seen. . .
★ EYES ★
The Negroes’ Own Picture
In The June Issue—
Wings Over Jordan
Paseo Baptist Church—Kansas
Frank B. Adair—Sydenham
Hospital, N. Y.
Langston Unit.—Langston, Okla.
And Many Other Interesting
THE PICTURE STORY OF
Ask for EYES at your newsdealer
Box 793,—Iowa City, Iowa
S SALES & SERVICE j
2907 Q Street
★ RECORDS, it NEEDLES
(SERVICE IN HOMES IF POSSIBLE )
Training — Experience — Understanding
MILDRED PATTON POLLAK
of Public Instruction
At The Primaries. June 11th
A Superintendent of Public In
struction should have the best of
training, the broadest experience,
the deepest and most sympathetic
understanding of all educational
Complete teaching experience from rural schools to State
Universities, and from class room teacher in all grades to
supervision, administration, and curriculum construction.
HIS ONLY PLEDGE IS TO ALL
George J. Thomas, Republican
candidate for Governor, has made
no promises or pledges to any
group, individual or class in re
turn for their support in the Pri
mary Election, June 11th.
HIS ONLY PLEDGE IS TO
GIVE THE STATE GOOD
TO WORK FOR THE BEST
INTERESTS OF ALL THE
• Make government your Servant, not
• Fewer, not more, laws and govern
• Build Nebraska prosperity and pay
rolls by promoting soil conservation
and Irrigation for agriculture, and by
developing new industrial uses for
our raw materials through chemurgy
I Fewer, not more, taxes. Opposition to
state sales and income taxes.
I Highway improvements, including all
weather farm-to-market roads.
YOUR VOTE FOR GEORGE J. THOMAS IS A VOTE
FOR HONESTY AND COMMON SENSE IN GOVERNMENT
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on a cruise down the Potomac.
Sea gambling fight looms- up In
California and the Atty. General
of the state has asked where is
the three mile limit law. It is
roughly handled. One man says
he will go into operation June 17.
The hard coal miners don’t like
I the government’s idea of taking
over the mines. .
A baby was born in an elevator
that was stuck between floors in
a building Saturday, June 1 in
Chattanooga, Tenn. A nurse was
in the elevator and rendered her
2,197 troops were due to arrive
in New York Sunday, June 2 on
The bank employees guild of
the CIO in St. Louis, Mo., have
decreed to disband after it was
defeated Tuesday, May 28 in an
Canadian police were looking for
a crew of non-union workers that
were kidnapped from a freighter
on the 1st of June.
President Truman received a
pledge of world wide support from
Maritime unions in the Federation
of labor to keep the US flag at
sea if CIO Maritime unions strike
on June 15.
Andrew Roberson, a ship yard
manager of Cleveland, O., was
killed in an auto crash Saturday
Eugene Dacoret of Chicago ple
aded not guilty to a charge of
bank robbery at Hershey, HL, on
March 3 before a Federal Judge
Walter C. Lindsay in Danville, on
Everyone should register and
vote for the candidate of their
choice in the coming election.
NAACP Meeting of the Omaha
Hrapch on the third Sunday in.
June at 3:30 pm. at the Northside
YMCA, 24th and Grant Sts. Are
you a member of the NAACP and
if not, why not?
Brig. Gen. Harry H. Vaughn
said in Chicago Saturday, June 1
that the reason President Truman
shuns church is because the Se
cret Service men don’t search the
church first and rope off the pew.
All churches in Portales, New
Mexico were asked to pray for
rain and Sunday, June 2 it was
By H. W. Smith
Summer clubs are very much
outstanding now and the Happy
Hollow Club opening was a head
liner. The musician head-waiter
went over the top with the very
large crowd. Everyone was very
much pleased, including the 600
members and friends of the club.
Blackstone waiters in the front
line with the service. We want to
let you know that Willard Hale
is gack in the Plush Horse Room
once more after doing his turn in
the US Marines. Welcome back
Paixton hotel head-waiter and
crew very much on the ball on
Fontenelle hotel waiters serving
with a smile at all times.
R. R. Boys are at it again on the
wheels since the strike.
Regis hotel and White Horse Inn
waiters going good.
Waiters at the Hill hotel taking
good care of the caviar slinging.
lhe Peoples' friend
R. C. PRICE
Dr. c. price
I am qualified for the job.
I will work to the interest
of the people.
I favor increased pay for
the teachers, and a full
The School Board nomin
ation is subject to the
Primary, June 11. 1946.
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