The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, November 29, 1947, Page Two, Image 2

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Launderers and Cleaners
EDHOLM & SHERMAN
2401 North 24th St. WE 6055
LYCAN & RANKIN guarantee alTof
their furnace repairs. Call ATlantic
5029.
MARY’S CHICKEN HUT, 2722 North
30th Street., JA 8946. Our Chicken
Dinners are something to crow
about. Robert Jones, prop.
NEW AND USED FURNITURE
IDEAL FURNITURE MART
2511-13 North 24th — 24th & Lake St.
WEbster 2224
REAL ESTATE LOANS
F. E. WATTERS
234 Brandies Theater Bldg
PHONE JA 3393
FOR SALE: 40 Dresses. All Kinds.
Sizes from 40 to 50 Many Beautiful
dresser scarfs. 10 to 15 pairs of ladiieS
style shoes size 7.
Call at 2435 Blondo St.
Kitchenette Apt. for Man %r Couple
Room for Man PL. 9160
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X. r. 19, X. V.
Cellulose In Industry
Cellulose is recognized as an item
of universal importance. It is a raw
material indispensable in many in
dustries, notably in that of paper
making and for strategic items.
Production of the finished product
has expanded so rapidly that a
shortage of the raw material may
be foreseen. Consumption of cellu
lose has increased progressively on
account of its rise in other indus
tries such as vegetable silk, cellu
loid, varnishes, films for moving
pictures and many other.
Extend Gravy
Canned mushrooms and their
juice not only add to the flavor of
gravies, but also extend the gravy.
Chinese Rice Poor
Because of poor milling, shipping
and cooking practices, Chinese rice
is ef inferior quality.
Vitamin Stockpile
Vitamin A for winter health is
supplied in large quantities
through eating fall greens.
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WIGS
We ere one of the
oldest distributors
of Colored Wom
en's hair, dealing
direct for over 35
years with thou
sands of satisfied
customers.
EVERYTHING
IN HAIR GOODS
PAGE BOYS • CHIGNONS • SWITCHES
TRANSFORMATIONS • MARCEL IRONS
STRAIGHTENING COMBS • PINCERS
BEAUTY AIDS • COSMETICS
LOWEST PRICES
Writ* for FREE Hair Style Book
HUMANIA HAIR CO.
Dept. "12"
303 Fourth Ave. • New York 10, N. Y.
Strengthen Pockets
Strengthen pockets at the corners
with a few stitches to keep from
tearing.
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Industry in Iraq
The climate of Iraq is continental,
with varying degrees of heat and
little rain and moisture, although
Iraq is In the temperate zone. Iraq
was noted in ancient time for the
manufacture of cotton, wool, linen
and silk textiles, also for tanning,
carpet and blanket weaving. To
day there are many factories,
among which are textile, shoe,
brick, cigarette, tanneries, distiller
ies, ammunition and railroad shops.
The manufacture of copper and
bronze dishes and of gold and silver
articles also has become important
Thanksgiving . .
A TIME FOR ALL FRIENDS TO BE
THANKFUL FOR A BOUNTIFUL AMERICA.
Davidsons • So.mh
FURNITURE-RUGS-APPLIANCES
iHEY’LL NEVER DIE g
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HARRY KRATON, A NATIVE OF
LYNCHBURG, VA-, WAS BORN
\BOUT 68 YEARS AGO- HE
DEVELOPED THE ART OF HOOP
ROLLING TO SUCH A FINE
DEGREE THAT HE AND HIS
ASSISTANTS-STANDING OFF
STAGE-COULD PUT ON AN
AMAZING EXHIBITION WITH
HOOPS ROLLING IN FULL VIEW
OF THE THEATRE AUDIENCE /
TO HEIGHTEN INTEREST,
THE KRATONS SUSPENDED
LIFE-LIKE FIGURINES IN THE
HOOPS AND ROLLED THEM
THROUGH A MINIATURE STAGE
TOWN CALLED ’HOOPVILLE".
-THIS UNIQUE ACT TOURED
THE U-S-AND EUROPE WITH
HUGE SUCCESS.' VAUDVEVILLE
HAS NOT SINCE HAD ANY- l
THING AS UNUSUAL AS THIS
RARE NOVELTY ACT/
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W* GREAT NOVELTY
VAUDEVILLE ARTIST
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Need For Unity
By GEORGE S. BENSON
President of Harding College
Searcy. Arkansas
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Looking Ahead — Nov 26th ReL
THE UNITED NATIONS is a
young organization. It was form
ed about two years ago and now
comprises 55 nations. During the
part year, it is said, the different
divisions have held a total of 1,
911 meetings. The chief avowed
purposes are to bring peace to the
world and to prevent starvation
as an aftermath of the war. Great
sums of money have been used to
provide food for peoples that are
considered destitute.
At first it was thought that
1946 would be the critical year
and every effort was made to get
people through that year. Now,
we are approaching the winter of
1947. Some reports say there will
be more hunger this winter than
last. From various countries in
Europe the reports show no im
provement. It would seem there
is enough power and strength in
65 nations to help this muddled
world get somewhere. And sure
ly, enough money has been spent
to help those hungry nations to
begin feeding themselves.
Unity Of THE ANSWER is not
Purpose hard to find. The
United Nations has
not demonstrated real unity of
purpose. Even the-leaders among
the 55 nations have worked at
cross purposes. Each nation has
been intent upon achieving cer
tain objectives of its own. This
is as true of the ‘ Big Four” as
it is of the smaller nations.
It is my hope that in some way
the United Nations may find unity
of purpose and intention. The
most I can get out of this pres
ent situation, however, is an im
portant lesson for our own coun
try. In America we have found
a good measure of unity, historic
ally speaking. Though we are
made up of states and other kinds
of groups, we have shown appre
ciation for the same fundamen
tals of democratic living.
Three WHAT IS true of the
Goals United Nations as a j
whole is true of nations
individually. If we are going to
continue to be a prosperous and
healthy republic, we too must
have unity of purpose. Workers,
managers, industrialists, farmers,
educators — we must all keep our
purposes controlled in the direc
tion of full unity.
If one group wants to destroy
the capitalist, and another want*
to destroy labor unions, these are
at cross purposes. If one group
wants to eliminate private owner
ship of property, and another
group wants to preserve constitu
tional government, these also are
working at cross purposes. If we
have everybody working at cross
purposes, then conditions in our
country will grow worse rathe:
than better.
It is imperative that the en
tire nation be united on funda
mentals. It is necessary that all
groups work for certain goals.
Right now, I would like to sug
gest three goals we can all
achieve together. First, economy
in government spending so rigid
the public can see that money is
being saved. Second, a program
of maximum productivity that can
attract the enthusiasm of capital,
management, labor, agriculture.
Third, a rededication of all our
groups to preserve individual
freedom for the entire nation.1
With this kind of unity right now,'
in 1947, no one need fear for th*;
future prosperity and well-being
of our nation.
Card of Thanks
IN SINCERE APPRECIATION TO YOUR KIND REM
BERANCE DURING OUR SERIOUS ILLNESS FOR
YOUR CARDS, FLOWERS, BLOOD, AND PRAYERS.
FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS, CHURCH MEMBERS, LODGE'
MEMBERS, BOARDS, AND AUXILIARIES.
WE THANK YOU •
Mrs. & Mr. C. B. Fredrick
'•ULP/*',? REMIND ME TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT
OUR ELECTRICAL. WIRING TOMORROW, DEAR./77
Don’t overload your electric circuits. When you
build or modernize provide ADEQUATE WIRING.
NEBRASKA-IOWA ELECTRICAL COUNCIL
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This Christmas give the entire family a
present of luxurious living... give them
a HUNT CARPET for a more wonderful home.
II unt Carpet Co.
Fa mam a+ Twen+q-fourih Omaha
FLOOR COVERINGS EXCLUSIVELY
—™$ahpjvb make*, it
* THANKS, PAL. WE CAN KEEP OUR ROPE/"
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Don’t overload your electric circuits. When you
build or piodernize provide ADEQUATE WIRING.
NEBRASKA-IOWA ELECTRICAL COUNCIL
POLITENESS
Fishing and Bunting Area
Sun Valley, Idaho, borders on a
hunting and fishing area as larga
as the entire state of Connecticut.
Men, Women! Old at
40,50,60! Get Pep
Feel Years Younger, Full of Vim
Masa^OTaigggsff
Cstrex haa done. Contains tonic many need at 40
old solely because low in iron!
Txt Ostrex Tonic Tablets today Be delighted with
Dew IW. younger feeling — or your money hack.
LAKE SHOE SERVICE
Now la The Time To Get
Your Shoea Rebuiltl
Quality Material & Guaranteed
Quality Work
2407 Lake Street
MMMMMNftMMMMMIMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMNMMMMMl
•R PRESCRIPTIONS
Free Delivery
Duffy Pharmacy
—WE-0609—
24th & Lake Sts.
I — MARY'S —
CHICKEN HUT
BARBECUED RIBS and /
SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN
“OUR Chicken Dinners Are
Something |o Crow About.”
ROBERT JONES, Proprietor
JAckson 8946
2722 North 3<fch St.
CROSSWORD PUZZLE
| Horizontal
I 1 Difficult
| 5 Neat
, 9 Possesses
12 Wings
13 Naturalness
14 Malt
beverage
15 Painter
17 Colloquial:
mother
18 Born
19 Rowers
21 Vertical
timber in a
staircase
23 To confuse
27 Negatiup
28 Foreign
29 To tear
31 Convened
34150
35 Meeting room
for students
doing
research
38 Symbol for
cerium
39 Worm
41 To strike
gently
42 Girl’s name
44 Preposition
46 Boundary
48 Surly
51 Observed
52 Swiss river
53 Bone
55 Latticework
bowers
59 Acted
60 Pertaining to
hearing
62 Chamber for
baking
63 Artful
64 To satirize
65 River bed,
dry except in
rainy season
Vertical
1 Short for
“Henry”
2 Moham
med’s son-in
law
3 Male sheep
4 Signifies
5 — firma, dry
land
6 Egyptian
deity
Solution In Next Issue.
7 Doctrine
8 Tackle
9 Two-wheeled
cab
10 On the shel
tered side
11 Prophet
16 Merited
20 Writes
22 Within
23 Small fresh
water fish
24 Misfortunes
25 Spanish for
“yes"
26 Silver-white
metallic
element
30 Pilgrim from
the Holy
Land
32 Coarse kind
of linen
33 Receptions
36 Without
luster
37 Arc formed
in the sky
No. 21
40 Robust
43 Prefix: not
45 About
47 To extend to
48 Runs wild
49 To scold
50 To deceive
54 Music: as
written
56 Eggs
57 Russian
58 Shipbuild
ing: to bend
upward
61 Exists
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Production of Rubber Tree
A rubber tire weighing 20 pounds
will take all the latex yielded from
two rubber trees in one year.
Black Eagle
Herb Medicine
For Weak Folks
If you suffer with weak back.
Kidney, Bladder Gas, Constipation,
Indigestion, Billiousness, Rundown
Nerves, Cramps, Rheumatism, Less of
Womanhood, and Manhood, try this
•medicine. Send $2.00 for 8 ounce
bottle. We also ship C. O. D., postage
and money order fee extra.
The Spiritual Health
Genire /
121 N. 11 St. Pliila., Pa.
I
Nature of Wool
What is wool? It is the hair of
the sheep, an animal fiber, a pro
tein substance. It ranks topmost in
Its field and its varied utilization in
the wearing apparel industry is so
great as to assure its pre-eminence
in the manufacture of both smart
and utility clothing, especially
where protection from cold is essen
tial. There are substitutes for wool,
one of the most successful being
Lanital, an artificial fiber made in
i Italy in 1936. Another, produced in
the United States in 1940, is called
Aralac. Both substitutes are made
from casein, a product of skimmed
milk.
“It Pay s To Look WelV1
MAYO’S BARBER SHOP
Ladies and Children’s Work
A Specialty
2422 Lake Street
1____ i
GROSS
JEWELRY &
LOAN CO.
. PHONE JA 4635
formerly at—
24th and Erskine
NEW LOCATION
516 North 16th
CLIP CURLING IRON with spring U 29
in handle. Complete-full price . . . I-"*
—nramrnmmtmuwiw "Eureka” Type $1 7IP
BRASS COMB—straight teeth . *■
BRASS COMB— $ |
or wire handle -®- '
gyl^P^MARCEL IRON —
^ Plain or Rolling $I 75
Handles. Price . . . _
FREE » 1 1
PRESSING
COMPOUND
With Order
SEND NO MONEY
Pay Postman Full Amount
on Delivery
H. K. COMPANY
BOX 2163 DEPT. 97
RICHMOND, VA.
OIL STOVE I
burns kerosen* |
*215
Andrew s
QUICK SERVICE CLEANER
Dry Cleaning—Hat Work Well Done
CASH — CARRY PICKUP—DELIVERY
One Day Service Everyday
or PRESSING DONE
2 Hour Service While You Wait
1837 North 24th Street JAckson 4117
Why Not
HURRY TO 2229 Lake Street for good
eats; such as Beef Stew, Chili,
Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, etc.
Our Foods Are Real Gone
HURRY BACK CAFE
2229 Lake St JA: 9195
Mrs. Ella Mae Tucker, Supervisor
J. Mason and E. Washington, Props.
CHOIR ROBES
HAND - SHIRRED
WADE TO ORDER
Full Information on Request
ALSO UNIFORMS FOR USHERS
H1RSCH UNIFORM CO.
1006 EAST 31ST KANSAS CITY, MO,
Injection Without Needles
Using the principle of oil cylinder
sprays, which inject a needlelike
spray, University of Maryland
school of medicine has found it is
possible to inject fluids into the
body without use of needles of any
kind. Medicinal preparations, by
this new method, inject the dose in
deeper than the conventional needle
method, and it hurts less, special
ists claim.
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select them today at Greeting Card Headquarters
OMAHA STATIONERY CO. 307-09 So. 17th
Contractor .. j
See Bailey First j
SPECIALIZING IN PATCH WORK, PLASTERING )
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OFFICE—2209 NO. 22ND S. J
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Edholm & Sherman
NDERERS & DRY CLEANERS—
24l i North 24th St. Phone WE-6055
THRIFTY LIQUOR STORE
.• WINES, BEER, LIQUORS
“We Appreciate Your Trade”
24th & LAKE AT. 4248
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$5*50, SEND NO MONET
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OR STATE THE COLOR
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