The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, February 24, 1956, Page Four, Image 4
WANTED: Houses, Apartments, andj the Names and Addresses of people that are looking for a place to stay; and for people who want to rent an apartment. Call HA 0800. FOR RENT: One 2 room unfurnish-T ed apartment. Call HA 0800. FOR RENT: ONE 6 ROOM UN FURNISHED APT. BEAUTIFUL LY DECORATED AT THE MAL BURN APTS. AT 21 st AND BUR DETTE ST. CALL AT 4114 OR GL 1411 IN PM. FOR RENT: One 3 room furnished apartment Call HA 0800. FOR RENT: A 2 room furnished apartment on bus line. Call HA 0800 WANTED^ TO RENT: A 5 or i room house. Call PL 6156. -. - — I FOR RENT: One 2-room furnished apartment and one 3-room un- ’ furnished apartment. Call HA, 0800. WANTED. WANTED! WANT ED: We want to rent that Apartment you hare for Rent.1 Call HA 0*00. We want to sell that car or truck you have to sale. Call HA 0800. We want to seii that piece of furniture you have, for sale. Call HA 0800. REMEMBER We are in the Rent ing and aelling buaineaa. Give us n ring. HA 0800. —-I WHAT HAVE YOU TO RENT! OR TO SELL? WB HAVE RENTERS AND BUYERS WAITING FOR WHAT YOU HAVE. GIVB US A RING. HA <1800. CALL GROW GLOSS for Hair appointment. Hair dresser and •il. 2512 N. 24th. Phone PL 9016, Do you read the Classified Ad aection of our paper? If you don’t, you are missing something. We have the following listings, in our office for your consideration. If j you need furnished houses, four room apartments, unfurnished, two ! rooms apartments, furnished, 3 rooms apartment, furnished or un furnished. A double bed and a medium size room for single man for the sum of $8 00 a week. If permanent, it rents for $7.00 per week. We have a two rooms furnished apartment in a fine Christian; home .very reasonable rate, all utili A large bay room In a private home with bath next door, plenty paid heat, running water, night and day. Bus passes by the door Coming from town, by back door going to. FOR ANY ABOVE FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT. CALL HArney 0800, OMAHA GUIDE BLDG., 2420 Grant Street, Omaha, Nebraska DON’T FORGET WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT. FOR RENT: 1 3-room furnished apartment 2 2-room apartments. 1 2-room unfurnished apart ment. 2 1-room furnished u partment for working man or woman. Call Ha. 0800, Omaha Guide Office. FOR RENT: 3 modern unfurnished rooms, all utilities furnished, i Call Ha 0800 before 9:30 a.m. or; after 5:00 p.m. WANTED: A cook for private home call Mrs. Pettis, Ha 0323, 404 S. 39th St. -C__a-a—-— | FOR SALE: TWO LIKE NEW TELEVISION COMBINATIONS. WERE $500.00, NOW $195.00.! EVANS RADIO & TV SERVICE, i 2936 N. 24th. PL 9879. FOR RENT: A large sleeping room right on a bus line for only $7.50 per week. Call PI. 4318. FOR RENT: 1 3-room unfurnish ed apartment and one very nice sleeping room. Call PI. 6655 after 6 P.M. WANTED: TO RENT: Mr. Robert Jones of 1807 North 20th St wants to rent a 4 or 5 room apartment or a 4 or 5 room house for his family of five. FOR RENT 1 3-room unfurnished aoartment. Call Ha. 0800. FOR RENT: A neatly furnished 3-room apartment near 24th and Decatur St. Call Ha. 0800. FOR RENT: 1 3-roora unfurnish ed apartment All utilities paid. Only $60.00 per month. Call PI. 6T2 or Ha. 0800. FOR RENT: One 4-room unfur nished apartment All utilities paid by owner. This apartment is right on the 42ud and Grand bus line. Call Ha. 0800. JX)R RENT: 1 2-room furnished apartment All utilities paid except cooking gas. Rent only $14.00 per week. Will accept one small child. Call Ha. 0800. FOR SALE: 2 large chairs, newly upholstered in red. Also a large mirror. Call after 2 P.M. Ja. 0994. 2510 Erskine. FOR RENT: 1 nice large room for working woman or man with use of kitchen. Cap Ja. 6684 RELIABLE PERSON Man or woman from this area to service new revolutionary Cig arette Vending Machine. 6 to 10 hours weekly nets up to approx. $3,000 00 yearly. Great opportunity for capable person to expand. When fully es tablished, party selected should earn $15,000.00 yearly. $1,195.00 cash investment required. Ful ly secured. For local Inter view give full particulars. Write P. O. Box 7047, Minne apolis 11, Minn. Announcement The Waller Radio Re pair Shop, which was located at 1904 North 24th St has moved to 2525 North 20th St, 2 blocks north of 20th & Lake St on the north side of North 20th St FOR RENT: One lovely furnished room for working woman or man. Close to So. Omaha bus line and 24th and Lake bus line. Call JA 6684. FOR RENT: One kitchenette apart ment call PL 9831. FOR RENT: One 3 room furnished or unfurnished apartment at 2520 Lake St. Call PL 3165. FOR RENT: 2 large furnished rooms, in a modern home with use of kitchen at 2807 Ohio St. Phone PI. 8985. FOR RENT: 1 4-room house. Call At. 3747. Between 2 bus lines. FOR RENT: 1 beautifully dec orated 3-room apartment and one 6-room unfurnished apart ment in the Malbum apart ments at 21st ahd Burdette St Call At. 4114. If it is in the P.M. call Gl. 1411. WANTED TO RENT: A 4-room furnished or 3 large roon1 apartment. We both w o r k. J We have two children, one 4 i.nd one 5 years old. I work nights. We have our children under very good control. My niece takes care of the two children. Please call At. 5863. FOR RENT: We have what you want. Why not come and in get it? Listen to this: 5 2-room furnished apartments; 2 3room unfurnished apartments; 3 3-room unfurnished apart ments; 2 4-room unfurnished a partments; 1 4-room house for sale for $3275 and $500.00 down, and $50.00 per month. A new $1100.00 gas furnace just installed. 1 6-room unfurnish ed apartment. All utilities paid by owners. Call Ha. 0800, The Omaha Guide. j — Emma E. Johnson Mrs. Emma E. Johnson, 76 years, 3032 Pratt Street, passed away Wednesday morning, Feb ruary 22nd at a local hospital. Mrs. Johnson had been a resi dent of Omaha twenty-eight years and was a devoted member of St. John’s AME Church and The Court of Calanthe of Bento: Harbor, Michigan. Mrs. Johnson is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Edna Perry, and son-in-law, Mr, Bfummell Perry with whom she made her home; sister-in-law, Miss Leola Johnson, of Kansas City, Mo., and other relatives Funeral services have been set for Friday morning from Thomas Mortuary with the Rev. S. fl. Lewis officiating and burial at Forest Lawn Cemetery. COLD SUFFERERS COLD discomforts yield quickly to STANBACK’S prescription formula STANBACK tablets or powders work fast to bring comforting relief from tired, sore, aching .muscles, neuralgia and headaches due to colds. Kellom. Kapers Kellom All Star Game To Be March 8 The Kellom Adult Council will sponsor its annual All Star Night in the Kellom gym on March 8, 1956 Highlights of the night will in i elude All Star Basketball games I in the Junior High, Intermedi ate, and Senior boys League. Al j so on the program will be an ex hibition wrestling act and talent show Admission to the grand night of fun will be ten cents for | children 12 and under and twen ty-five cents for all others. Plan to attend! You will enjoy your self! Mahyue Leads Senior Boys AH Sar Selections Ed Mayhue of the once be tween Crusaders led all vote getters in the Senior Boys’ Bas ketball selections for 1956 as he received 38 points out of a pos sible 60 total. The 1956 selections who will take part in the Annual All Star Night were divided into two di visions, Eastern and Western. Eight players have been chosen to represent their various divi sions in the coming classic. From these 16 players will come the 1956 All Star team. In making the- 1956 All Star selections, ballots were passed to all team representatives and to all center personnel connected with the Athletic Department. In all, 12 persons helped pick these selections. Giving five points for a number one choice and three points for a number two choice, here are the 1956 Senior Boys All Star Basketball selections: Eastern Division Ed Mayhue_Crusaders Robert Burgess_Crusaders Bill Connolly-Celtics Bill Titsworth_Roses Harold Nero_Crusaders Bob Winters_Purple Tide Jock O’Connor_Celtics Tony Butera _ Purple Tide Western Division Bill Jones_Courtmasters Dave Seefus_Rockets Kerry Fosse - Blue Trotters Bill Fighe_Bouncers Bob Semen_Celtics Tom Mahoney Blue Trotter? Bob Brown_Courtmasters Richard Poore_Courtmasters Next week will appear selec tions in the Junior High and Ii I termediate Leagues. , Wrestlers Will Vie For Kellom Word has* it from coach Don BenningJ that the Kellom Com munity Center’s wrestling team is all set and ready to defend its 1955 title of the City-Wide Open Wrestling Tournament. Competi tion to Kellom’s claim to the throne will come from Central, South Omaha, Boys Town, Iowa State U., Kansas State University, and North. The tournament is set for the Kellom Community Center on February 24 and 25. Admission to the three sessions which will be held at 7:00 p.m. Friday, the 24th and at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Saturday, will be free. The general public is invited to at tend all sessions. Club and Class News A sewing class for girls in the 4th and 5th is being held in the Center’s craft room on Friday af ternoons starting at 3:45. The instructor is Mrs. Pat Hopson of the Kellom Staff and she is anx ious to get as many girls as pos sible to enroll in this new class. The girls will be taught to make doll clothing at first, then will be taught to make clothing for themselves. There is no enroll | ment fee for the course, only 5c a lesson and all equipment is furnished except material. The Youth Council is working on a panel discussion on juvenile j delinquency which they hope to ] present to the public on March 26. The Council committee for studying juvenile delinquency is headed by Carolyn Robinson who is showing outstanding qualities as a leader and hard work. To date, the committee has planned to present their findings in the form of a court room scene in youth wi’l charge society with being responsible for the new waves of juvenile delinquency. The attending audience will be the jury. The tap dancing class is busy getting ready for its spring pre sentation. Miss Judy Samuelson is back to help make the neces sary preparation and to ready the group for the March 14 date. ( The Gayly-ettes girls Club had a good party Tuesday as they danced and served refreshments of punch and potato chips. The Kellom Adult Council will present a free showing of the 1955 World Series in the Kellom Auditorium on March 2, 1956. Two fine short features will also be shown—“The Antics of the Harlem Globe Trotters” and “Out of the North.” A class in jewelry making is being started on Wednesday nights under Grover McIntosh. Here is a chance for girls and women to make some fine ex pensive looking costume jewelry at a very low price. There is no fee for attending ths classs. All you pay for is the material you use. Classes are held at 7:30 P.M. every Wednesday. Crusaders Lose First In 11 Starts Crusaders Fall Jchn Mongerson hit two free throws after the horn had blown signifying the end of the game to hand the Crusaders their first defeat in 11 games in Senior Boys Basketball action, Monday night. The score was tied at 34-34 when the Crusader’s Rob ert Burgess fouled Mongerson as the horn sounded. With the pressure on and the1 high crowd deadly silent John calmly walked up to the free throw line, bounced the ball once or twice and sank the first shot of a one and one situation and the Crusader’s doom was1 spelled. In other games: Fine outside shooting and back board work by Bill Titsworth| led the Roses to a 37-36 win over the Bouncers; Tony Butera scored 18 points to lead Purple j Tide to a 35-31 victory over the Rockets. Dave Seefus scored 13 points for the Rockets; and Jack O’Connor’s 13 points helped the Celtics take the measure of the Blue Trotters 50-44. All Star selection Jerry Fosse scored 14 points for the losers. YAL Tuesday Night In last Tuesday night’s action in the 14-15 year old boys lea gue, the league leading Christ, Child team nosed out the De puties 29 25, to push them fur ther down in second place and to practically assure themselves of the league number one spot. In the night’s second game, the unpredictable Browns were at it again as the league’s giant killers as they knocked off the third place Crusaders 33-31 in: over-time. In fifth place in thej League’s standings, the Browns have now beat each of the lea gue’s top four teams at one time ar the other. The night s third game aiso was full of thrills as the im proved Knights won their second straight game 31 - 23. Box scores: Deputies FG FT Tpts. Hall _2 0 4 Stubblefield - 1 1 3j Steward_2 0 4 Goodwin-0 1 1 Littlejohn-3 7 13 Total_ 8 9 251 Main Christ Child Looez _0 2 2 Brink -- 10 2 Olson_1 1 3j Butera -- 1 1 3j DiGiacomo-4 5 13 Griffey-2 2 6 Total_9 11 29 Crusaders Nared ---11 2 24 Vann _7- 2 0 4 Townsend-1 1 ®j Thompson - 0 0 Wright _- 0 0 0 Moore- 0 0 0, Total --14 3 31 Browns-— — — — Brown —- 2 4 8 Amos —- 9 3 21 Fowler —- 1 2 Tryon _ 0 0 0 Crawford —-0 0 0 Total_12 9 33 Knights Farrow - 5 3 13 ^ Beardsley --- 2 0 4 Miller -— 10 2 Whitney —- 4 0 8 Printer —-- 12 4 Total _13 5 31 National Keife --- 4 3 11 Hartquist _- 2 0 4 Scott-0 0 0 Staley - 2 2 6 Cowin-1 0 2; Total . 11 5 23' YAL Wednesday Night League The Browns outlasted Sacred Heart 27-24 and took over first place in the Wednesday night YAL League as the third place Rosebuds edged Golden Knights j 34 - 33. With Charles Skaggs and Dic-^ kie Rice hitting for 14 and 13 points the Browns had little trouble in subduing an under manned Sacred Heart taem. Bill Connolly scored 13 points for the losers. The Knight*—Rosebuds gome was a humdinger all the way, as the lead changed hands ten times and no team was ever more than four points ahead and that was a 10-6 Golden Knights’ lead early in the game. Arthur Armstrong with 12 points and Bill King with 11 points led the Knigths’ attack while Donald Hall’s 12 points led the Rose buds’ attack. In the League’s Junior Divi sion, North Christ Child con tinues to hold down first place as they edged Social Settlement 27-26 behind Howard Taylor’s 12 point effort . Charles Richard had 10 for the losers. In the second game City Mis sion had too much height for Hope Lutheran as they won hand ily, 26 7. Midget Boys In the Saturday morning mid get league, the leading Kellom Jets war given a score before eking out a 18-16 victory over the Court Devils John Arm strong of the Devils and Henry Peters of the Jets divided scoring honors with 10 points apiece. Other results: Sacred Heart No. 0_30 Mission Knights _8 Lake Jr. Hi Y_23 Social Settlement_18 Hope Lutheran_14 Sacred Heart No. 5 _10 Roxie Pettis Mr: Roxie Pettis, 51 years, 2504 Charles Street, expired Mon day morning, February 20th. Mrs. Pettis had been a resident of Omaha fifteen years. She is survived by her husband, Mr. Al va Pettis, Omaha; three sisters, Mrs. Cleopatra Mitchell, Omaha, Mrs. Mamie McNealy, San Fran cisco. California, Mrs. Ida Belle Lewis, Seattle, Wash; brother, Mr. James Ross, St. Paul, Minn.; nephew, Mr. Robert Mitchell, O maha, and other relatives. Funeral services have been set for two o’clock Friday afternoon from Morning Star Baptist Church with the Rev. Z. W. Wil liams officiating. Burial will be at Mt. Hope Cemetery with ar rangements by Thomas Mortuary. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS | POLL THE PLUG ON STOMACH UPSET Half-alive, headachy, when constipa tion sours stomach? Black-Draught* relieves constipation overnight. ' Helps sweeten sour stomach too. 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