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3x MR. C. C. GALLOWAY HAS I- T—--S'D%
ANNOUNCED HIS CANDI- *»3 si
DACY FOR THE LEGISIA- EAST5IDE
r TURE AND HAS ISSUED THE
4/1«— FOLLOWING PLATFORM.
l. Make an ALL-OUT effort to win the Peace.
_2. Safeguard our theory of individual Liberty.
3C5Tiast$ioi 3. Continue to give labor a square deaL
§ % 4. Protect, defend and promote Agriculture. ^
|x S. Help Little Business as well as Big Busings. 5 *
£ % 6. No new taxes and no Increase in old ones, £ ?
7. Provide ASSISTANCE FOR THE AGEDl 5%
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1 I _ 8. Be prepared to meet the problems of the Post <3
§2 War Years. * 2
|| A VOTE FOR GALLOWAY IS A VOTE FOR
*s YOUR WELFARE.
11 5I« LEGISLATIVE
• DISTRICT INCLUDES isFISTI
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C. C. GALLOWAY
The following map herein be
low is the 5th Legislative District
of the State of Nebraska. Thi~
is for your information on voting
for your choice to represent you
in the 1919 Legislative at the
Sttate Capital. Lincln, Nebr.
If you live in the boundaries of
said outlined map and if you are
a registtered voter, you are elig
ible to vote in the primary elec
tion on April 13, 1948.
I. C. C. Galloway, sinoerel
solicit your earnest consideration
I at the ballot box on the above
said date. I have lived in the 5th
i District 45 years. Have been ac
tive in ci\ic. political, reli ious,
and fraternal matters to make
vour district a better community
in which o live.
If I am nominated and elect
ed. I will honestly represent the
people of the 5th District. I. here
I by. make a solemn pledge to lake
[ ihe rep tap>e out of the Old Age
| Assistance Act w ithout any in
! create in eRal Estate Taxes..
i If you are interested in help
ii i to elect a representative t( j
represent you, I am asking yoi |
tf stop at my headquarters, 242C
G ant street, and regiser in he
G llowav for Senator Club.
Show the strength and power
of vour ballot in the areaa ii
which you live. Don't fail to vote
ir the Primbary election, on Apri;
C. C. GALLOWAY
for STATE SENATOR
Your Legislature Representative
of the Fifth District
HE WILL TAKE THE RED TAPE OUT OF THE
OLD AGE PENSION, WITHOUT ANY INCREASE
IN REAL ESTATE TAXES.
C. C. GALLOWAY
THE PEOPLES CHOICE FOR REPRESENTATIVE
IN THE LEGISLATURE FROM THE FIFTH DISTRICT
Forum Chairman, Mrs. Fran
ces A. Mosley, Department
Border on Rug
The border on an oriental rug has
an important relation to the value
of the rug. The finer the border of a
rug, large or small, the more beau
tiful and costly is the rug.
Start of Nylons
Women’s nylon hosiery were Intro
duced to the public in May, 1940.
Within a year, nylon yam was
established as a major textile fiber
in the industry. Toothbrushes with
nylon bristles were introduced in
Counting the Stars
It is possible to see 9,000 stars in
ths sky with the naked eye.
America's handsomest and hanifiest
table Set. Fully enclosed plastie
case with molded-in handle,
bronze dial trim. Strikig new
styling matched by startling
new performance. AC*DC
The most radio
you’ve ever seen
at this low price >’ j
MoldeJ-in hnndle mikes it handy as a port
_ able. “Brite-Lite” dial and Aviation Quality
chassis assure sharper tuning, richer tone. *'-r
A full-sized AC-DC radio at a
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Cutest foe -IS
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The most patrician of radio-phonographs—in rich,
- hand-rubbed mahogany veneers. Exclusive crystal
controlled FM, AM-FM push button tuning.
Genuine sapphire stylus—no needle talk. * * t
Truly great beauty and performance for
Packed with postwar "firsts”
including Amazing Hush-O-Matic
and FM at its finest!
Amazing new Hush-O-Matic really removes scratch and surface
noise, really restores the original beauty of old records, and
ingreases the beauty of new. And Bendix Radio FM is the finest
you can buy because it’s built and backed by the foremost name
in static-free radio communication. Get the only instrument that
gives you both—a brilliant Bendix Radio-phonograph.
Here’s everything you’ve wanted in a
A magnificent value in a genuine luxury
instrument. Decorator-styled mahogany cabi
net with matched veneer panels is authentic
period furniture. Static free FM. Electric
push button tuning. Hush-O-Matic, Swing
n„ . ■ j| A-Door and other wonderful “firsts.” olua
Product, of Bendix Aviation Quality. Thi. treasured
Aviation Corporation possession costs only. $329 50
SM\LL DOWN PAYMENTS • £ASY TERMS
All MakeS Elec and Hardware
_ 4040 HAMILTON STREET WA-4668
Earij ice Enterprise
An early American enterprise was
the shipping of ice from New Eng
land to the tropics. The ice was
packed in white pine sawdust and
Americans promoted its sale by
showing the natives how to make
ice cream and iced drinks.
More Slave Labor
Smithsonian institution estimates
that it would take 30 times as many
hard-working slaves as the present
U. S. population to do the jobs elec
tricity is doing in this country.
Fresh Produce Markets
Faneuil HaH market in Boston is
200 years old and the French mar
ket in New Orleans is 150 years old.
Other markets, handling fresh
fruits and vegetables that are more
than 100 years old include Pearl
street market in Cincinnati, Dock
street market and Callowhill street
market in Philadelphia, and the
Roanoke avenue market at Norfolk.
Many others have been operating
for more than 50 years. When these
markets were built the produce was
hauled by horse and wagon, or
brought in by water. Most of the
produce now arrives by rail.
Introduced Racing ;iorse
Thothmes III, greatest of Egyp
tian kings, in 1450 B. C. left a papy
rus record cf his conquest of Meso
potamia, priding himself upon ob
taining the racing horse and intro
ducing him into Egypt.
The hoary marmot of the north
ern Rockies spends the longest time
in hibernation. He is the first to go
into hibernation in the fall and the
last to come out in the spring in a
region where the winters are long
Millions of Maps
When the United Nations invaded
occupied Europe they took with
them 125 Ovlllion maps, the result of
a “combined operations” job by the
corps of engineers, the army air
forces and the best brains of mili
tary intelligence and thousands of
enlisted personnel in the army.
Aerial photographs have com
pletely taken away the “mystery”
of the Pacific islands, and the loca
tion of every hut and palm tree.
More original maps of France were
produced by the Allies in 2 years
than by France herself in 2,000
ST. JOHN’S AME CHURCH,
22nd and Willis Ave.
Reverend E. B. Childress
Mason M. Devereaux Jr.
“When there is a wrong in
the heart; no one but God can
heal it and Man should let his
future alone, his present is e
nough, and his past don’t dis
trub it,” two thoughts from
our minister inspirational ser
mon on; Sunday, March 14,
1948. His subject was Over
drawn (numbered, weighted,
and divided) and the text of
his message was from Daniel
5 chapter. Accessions Mose
Hampton fro mKansas City,
Mo. and Cal. Sarggs from Dal
las Texas. 2105 Miami St.
Let us pray for the sick thro
ughout the week who ever
they may be or where ever
they may be.
Plan to attend the present
ation of the Seven Last Words
given by our Senior Choir un
der the direction of Mrs. Pearl
Gibson on Easter Sunday eve
ning, March 28th .
Mothers Easter draws nie
be sure won't you that your
children are at each Easter re- t
hersal every Sunday at 1 p.m.
until their Easter service ?
Your cooperation in this jnat
ter is needed and necessary if
Mrs. Childress and her able
assisted are to prepare your
children for their best on this ,
The Junior Choir will have
a special servce on Good Fri
day evening. The members and
to come out on this evening to
this pre-Easter Holiday Ser
Mrs Childress will be direct
ing the choir as always.
The Watchmen's Club de
sires to see more men at their
meetings on F r i day nights,
Men come out and lend a hand
to this Christian Character
Good Friday Service: Junior
Choir will sing.
Sunday School Easter Service
Seven Last Words: Senior Ch
oir will sing it.
George Johnson at the Ham
Evening n Paris.
Support the Allen Chfist
ain Endeavor League Young
People for it is your organiza
tion. Give your all today to the
service of" this fne Christian
character building organiza
Mothers send your children,
or bring them to Sunday
School every Sunday morning,
9:30 A. M. Attend our Morn
ing Services at 11 A.M. Union
Service at 7:30 P. M. Vistors
and friends are always wel
come at St. John’s the friendly
church at 22nd Willis Avenue
Come and worship with us,
please do. . *
The Department of Legisla
tion of the Nebraska Federat
ion of Colored Women’s Clubs
presents its second in a series
of Forums on the Subject.
How does Omaha stand on civ
il rights for its Minority
At the Near North Side Y.M.
C.A. Sunday, March 14, 1948
at 3:00 P. M.
Mrs. Mary E. Smith, Pres
ident, Mrs. Jeanne Stevens,
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renews i*s PoVS,e
over and oyer -
professor of the "College of
Musical Knowledge" heard each j
Wednesday over NBC.
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Play it aUyou Please^r"/about the trouble
grains. Never a «r y replacement.
and expense tegindo0IS and P “f ge
When y°u^rre®t, the compact b“i^ wh§e
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