The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, September 21, 1946, Page 6, Image 6

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THE ABBE WALLACE SERVICE
P. 0. Box 11 Atlanta 1, Georgia
X. X.—We need your help. My
brother married in ’41. They sep
arated once and went back toge
ther They have one child and she
that she called his. He was called
that she called is. He was called
in the service and when he left
she started running around, drink
ing and leting the children go any
ing and letting the children go any
has taken her back and insists
that the family accept her as tho
nothing had happened. Should we
accept her in the family?
Ans: Your brother has already
made his decision in the matter.
For vou and the family to take up
the issue at this late date would
only upset your brother and pro
mote further hard feelings. He
has seen fit to forgive her. .do the
same my friend. Be gracious and
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET
YOUR SHOES REBUILT ...
Quality Material & Guaranteed
Quality Work
LAKE SHOE SERVICE
2407 Lake Street
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2 llli & I-ike Sts.
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Duffy Pharmacy
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GOOD OPPORTUNITY
TWO »nt". earner and adjoining, •»
SMlkam corner Slat and Grace
Es tenet t r froalagr on both 21st nee
Grace. Ideal far 2 or more homes
•r especially atilted as Church
frusada, Stake reasonable offei
lit W Kill AT El. Y. Address BOX A33*
ar Call HA-WMM.
I GAUGE GOAD PREKEIIRED
Kindling per load $5 00
■UCKSTOXE
LUMP COAL $1160
per ton
JONES FUEL & SUPPLY
Company
2520 Lake Street
Phone AT 5631
kind in future dealings with your
sister in law.
J. W I received my letter a few
days ago and I want you to know
how much you helped me and my
family The more I deal with my
advisor, the happier I feel. I am
awful proud I found a true friend
in you. All my neighbors think
you are wonderful too. You will
hear from me again. Thanks.
‘ I Wonder”—I love my wife,
sometimes more than I should, I
think. She tells me that she loves
me. but the way she does, she
couldn’t. She belongs, or she tells
me. about four social clubs which
keeps her out at least three nites
a week somewhat late. I have ask
ed to escort her to and from af
fairs, she told me yes. but every
time I come for her she tells me
I need not go, she’s going with
another lady friend. Please answer
in your column what steps to take.
Ans: When husband and wife
start leading separate social lives
it invites misunderstanding and
often times ends in divorce. You
are being too meek with her. She
must be made to realize that what
she is doing is extremely selfish
and unfair to you. Her gadding
about to social functions while you
were in the army was understand
able. But now her first duty is to
you and a wife’s place is in the
home.
J. Me—I am going with a mar
ried man whose wife follows him
wherever he goes. I am expecting
his baby. I am not in love with
him. Lately, I haven’t cared much
for anyone for long at a time. I
have planned to go see a fortune
teller to find out if its natural or
not. Do you think I should? I am
really upset.
Ans: There is nothing unnatural
about having a baby; that’s your
trouble. You need to be under a
doctor’s care, not a fortune teller.
Begin making plans for the babvs
arrival. You have a friend who will
stand by you during your confine
ment. You must profit by this mis
take and never allow yourself to
become attached to a married man
in the future. Its the girl who al
ways pays.
for Tho C**-/*=t
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Would Like to Buy 39 to 42 model car from private party. WA-8289
WANTED!
Wan.* the rent of *tnall Apt.,
for man ami wife, no child
ren. Call JA. 9532. _
CHICKEN DINNERS
MARY’S CHICKEN HUT, 2722 N.
30th St.. JA. 8946. Our Chicken
Dinners are Something to Crow A
bout. Robt. Jones. Propr._
^HOME LAUNDRY"
WANTED!
We Specialize in Flat Work and
Ruff-Dryed Bundles.
We Mend and Sew on Buttons.
• PERRY HOME LAUNDRY
1110 North 23rd St._AT-5623
• FOR SALE
A Coal Circulating Heating Stove,
Practically New—Used only two
' mo. Price S40.Q0. Call JA-3274.
• Fur Rent
1-room in modern home at
2764 Grant St., Call AT-2350
room For RENT: for young
lady. JA 6283, Mrs. M. Johnaon.
FOR SALE—Seven mom House,
1914 No. 40th St. Needs repairs.
Make offer. Call HA-0978.
• FOR RENT— Two rooms to
two Young Ladies. Phone JA 6283
House for Sale, 2515 N. 17th St
54.500. 5-r'm bungalow 1-wk pos.’
9 AUTOS WANTED!
SELL US YOUR CAR
FOR CASH!
• We will come to your home.
Fred King Motors
AT 9463 2056 Famam
Piano, beti, miac. furniture,
5704 S. 26th SL MA-1006.
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Dieic & UteA Furniture
Complete Lme—Pamt Hardware
We Buy, Sell and Trale
ideal furniture mart
1511-13 North 24th— 24th & Lake
—WEbster 2224—
" Every thmg For The Home"
^IT PAY- !•* .
ADVEKH'E
• $50.00 REWARD
For unfurnished Apartment or five
room House— Rent or lease. Call
WE. 4312.
FOR SALE CHEAP
One ladies, cony dyed Seal
Fur Coat, size 14. orn
only two months. Apply al
7011/4 South 17th Ave.
• Wanted To Rent
WANTED TO RENT. Small apart
ment. Call ATlantic 9780. Ask
for Mr. Jones.
FURNISHED ROOM Downstair*
for man and wife, 2507 Hamilton
AT-0992.
HELP WANTED
Couple for Cook and Caretaker—
Good Salary. Colored Old Folks
Home, 933 North 25th St. JA-07U4
• SLEEPING ROOM
For Single man or couple.
HArney 7059.
HOUSE FOR SALE
Vacant, ready to move into, eight
rooms, all modern, full basement,
double garage, large lot. Phone
the owner at AT-7783. $3,750.
Beautiful Drape Suits all sizes
Oxford Clo. Co. 1101 Farnam
• MeBrady Products Orders
Taken at 2506 Burdette St.,
Telephone JAckson 7284.
—Mrs. C. M. Elder.
DRESSES AISD COATS,
Size 44 and Children's Clothes
CALL GLen. 4065.
NEIGHBORHOOD FURNITURE
4 CLOTHING SHOP
BIG SALE—Overcoats, all sizes
Shoes, Ne Stamps; Ladies Dresses
Rugs, Bedo, Gas Stoves and Ol
Stoves.
••We Buy and Sell" —
TEL. AT. 1154 1715 N. 26th ST.
LAUNDRIES A CLEANERS
EDHOLM A SHERMAN
M41 North 24th St WE. 605S
EMERSON LAUNDRY
Z324 North 24th St. WE. 102*
F DICKIES FOR FALL H'
12 DICKIES FOR
CCHOOL-GIRLS
College girls are really going in
for dickies this semester. . that is,
if the girls at Bennett, Palmer
Memorial, and A. and T. in North
Caroline are typical of the Ameri
can College girl. Bennett College
is an all g rls school located at
Greensboro, N. C., Palmer Mem
orial is the only finishing school
for Negroes in America, located at
Sedalia, N. C. and A and T. Col
lege is the state college for Ne- ^
groes at Greensboro.
The main reason for the flour
ishing of dickies is the prominence
of tailored suits. Dickies take the
place of blouses. They’re easier to
keep up and they are so cheap a
young school Miss can easily af
ford to own a dozen, or more.
They can be made in colors and
in almost any design that suits the
taste. For instance, there are the I
frilly ones with nice fluffy lace I
fronts, there are the tuxedo sty
les and there are the pleated and
stitched front styles. The kind of
dickey you wear depends abso
lutely on the cut of the suit the
young Miss intends to wear. If its
a real manish cut she can make
Omaha‘s Civic
Center Up For
Vote Nov. 5
Omahans who have long admired
Denver’s civic center will have the
opportunity November 5 to vote
for the creation of a similar com
munity hub in Omaha.
A civic center is one of 14 ur
gent projects evolved by the May
or's city-wide planning committee
for the purpose of placing Omaha
in the front rank among progres
sive cities.
E. F. (Gene) Agee, general chair
man of the Mayor’s committee,' in
pointing out that there would be
a separate ballot for each pro
ject, urged voters to go to the polls
as early as possible.
Discussing the improvement pro
gram with committee members to
day, Mr. Agee termed the civic
center “an imperative need in Om
aha”.
“Throughout America,” he added
' “engineers' who make a study of
| efficient municipal operations have
become convinced that a centrally
! located civic center not only very
I rapidly becomes the heart of the
community but always becomes a
source of pride to the citizens of
that community.”
The Mayor’s committee has re
commended for the center the sec
tion of the city north of Dodge
Street from 24th street east to 16
north, to Cass Street, west to 2C
street, south to Davenport street
west to 24th street and south tv
it GET YOUR f
| SCHOOL :
|! Fountain Pen ?
| , |
| Ted’s Pen Shop $
on 16th St., at Farnam
£ • PENS SI.00 UP l
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herself a dickey complete with bow
tie in regular variety of shapes; or
with the stitched tuxedo front. I
the suit has a more feminine cu
the young lady can make herself
the more lacy and frilly kind of
dickey.
All in all the class-room and cam
pus this season promise to te on
of the neatest, attractive and most
eye-filling. I can think of nothing
that makes a young woman more
attractive than a finely tailored
suit matched with a suitable dick
ey.
They all can be made at home
for less than a dollar.
To give you a real idea of how
attractive a dickey can look above
we present two lovelv Neil Scott
models wearing the latest dickey
fashion.
Miss Elayne Hurt, left, wears
a canary yellow tailored dickey
with steel gray gabardine suit
Miss Naomi Sterlinf center, wear
a two-peice green wool suit with
white eyelet dickey, and extreme
right, Miss Sterling models the
same attractive suit with a w'ut
pique dickey with hand stitch in °
You can receive complete instruc
tions on how to hake these dick
ies by mailing a stamped self-ad
dressed envelop to Mail Dept., 5
Clark Street, Newark, N. J.
Dodge street.
Mr. Agee declared that it is for
tunate that Omaha can acquire the
necessarv p-operty for the project
The Mayor's committee has set
the cost for creating a civic cen
ter for public buildings at $960,000
If approved by Omahans in the
November 5 election, the center
will provide Dnd for a combined
city and county building, a mod
ern post office building, a rublic
librarv, and a new auditorium,
ulus fhe already-established Jos
lyn Memorial.
Mr Agee said thrt the civic cen
j ter p’an has the hearty endorse
ratn the federal -overnment,
whir’- n looking toward the con
struction of a $7,000,000 port of
fice building in Omaha.
Another issue to be placed be
fore the city’s voters will be the
improvement of Omaha’s public
market at eleventh and Jackson
Streets.
The Mayor’s committee has pie
ced the installation of toilet fac
ilities, running water, garbage r<_
fuse disposal, and the improvement
of parking and traffic facilities at
the market at a cost of $81,500.
To bring this about, and parti
cularly to improve the parking si
tuation, Mr. Agee said it has been
recommended that the city acquire
by condemnation or otherwise a
lot north of the market on Howard
Street and the purchase of 'a lot
west of the area.
It has also been recommended
that the city or the Omaha Whole
sale Produce Market company,
owner of part of the market area, ;
purcharse the Windsor Hotel pro
perty at the east end of the block
at Tenth and Jackson streets.
Mr. Agee pointed out that vo
ters will also have the opportuni
ty to have their say on November
5 on 12 other projjects, inccluding
airports; river-rail terminal and ri
j ver transportation; fire stations;
police stations; grade crossings and
viaducts, streets, boulevards and
traffic signals; parks playgrounds
and recreation; parking; munici
pal garages; auditorium; naval ar
mory; and sanitation.
GENE KRUPA TO GUEST STAR
FOR OWN FILM COMPANY
Gene Krupa. that ace drummer
man will appear as a guest star
in “Boy! vvrhat a Girl!", first fea
ture production of the newly form
ed Herald Pictures. Inc., of which
he is vice-president.
The Herald Pictures were or
ginized for the purpose of bring
ing up the production level of all
Negro films and to supply over 600
theatres throughout the country
with a steady flow of features to be
released at the rate of one per mo.
for the next year. Jack Goldberg,
president of Herald Pictures is a
pioneer in this field.
"Boy! What a Girl!” by Vincent
Valentini, goes into production at
Fox Movietone Studios Sept. 16
with Arthur Leonard handling the
direction.
Marva Louis, ex-wife of heavy
weight champion, Joe Louis, heads
a cast of some of the best known
names in the Negro amusement
field. These include Babe Wallace
(played opposite Lena Horne in
“Stormy Weather”); Sheila Guyse
Others in the cast are Slam Ste
<vart and his recording trio, Pat
terson and Jackson, Tim Moore,
Df the late “Memphis Bound” star
ring Bill Robinson.
Milton Wood. Sid Catlin and his
big little band.
NEW' RACIST MAGAZINE
TO MAKE DEBIT
NEW YORK.. (CNS)—A new
"human magazine" that will give
the Christian American slant will
debut in August according to the
Arco Agency Inc., the Magazine’s
disaributor with offices at Young
stown, Ohio. Anti-Red, the title of
the racist magazine has as editor
Jack Densnine, pseudonym for Da
vid Gordon, and estrwhile editor of
Top Kick pornographic and anti
Semitie joke book.
Page two of the first issue of
"Anti-Red" is featuring a cartoon
that shows in Paris "girls’ out str
olling with two American Negro
soldiers. Caption says. .“Fifi to
Zaza" "'Since the Communists pas
sed the compulsary racial equality
laws, our luck has been better!”.
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DO’S AND DONTS:
SCH(X)LTIME! Do see that the Kids look clean and neat
t(iT their return to the Threfe R’g.
"Next Door” By ted shearer
“. . Yeah, but why not teach us how to make money so
we can hire a secretary to do this stuff
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