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WANTED: Houses, Apartments, and
the Names and Addresses of people
that are looking fcr a place to stay;
and for people who want to rent an
apartment. Call HA 0800.
FOR RENT: One single room
for working woman at 2114
Burdette St Call Ja. 8684L
FOR RENT: Nice large room for
couple. Share kitchen. Ultilitiei
paid. Call HA. 0800.
WANTS). WANTED! WANT
ED: We waat to rwt that
Apartment you hare for Rent
Can HA 0M0.
Wa want to aell that car or track
you hare to aale. Call HA 0800.
We want to sell that piece at
furniture you hero, for Bale.
Call HA 0800.
REMEMBER We are la the Rent
ing and selling fesaingaa Gt*e
us a ring. HA 0800.
WHAT HAVE TOU TO BENT
OR TO 8 ELL 7 WE HAVE
RENTERS AND BUYERS
WAITING FOR WHAT YOU
HAVE GIVE US A RING.
The Waller Radio lie
pair Shop, which was
located at 1904 North
24th St. has moved to
2525 North 20th St 1
block north from Lake
St on the east side
of North 20th St Let
us Repair your Radio
in the car or your
home. Day & Night
Service. Call JA 0669.
WANTED TO RENT: A 4 room
bouse. Call Mrs. Cobbs. PL.8063.
FOR RENT: Three 2-room furnish
ed apartments. Three 3-room
furnished apartments. Two 4-|
room furnished apartments. Call
FEMALE HELP WANTED
WOMEN new easy ready-cut bouse
coats at home. Earn from $17.40
to $26.16 dozen Write — AC
CURATE STYLE, Freeport, New
FOR RENT: One 3 room furnished
apartment Call PL 3346.
FOR RENT. To couple, $ uni urn!
ished rooms for rent. Private
l>ath. Must be sober. PL 4483.
FOR RENT: One large Kitchenette
, apartment One large room to
the front. Two otie-room large,
with side entrance. Both of the
downstairs partmenU can have
use of kitchen. Call HA 0800.
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FOR SALE: House. 5 rooms on
one floor, many built-ins. Nice
location on level lot, at 2587
Pinkney St. Picket fence. A
home you will like. Special
i price to cash buyers. Call PL
FOR RENT: 1 furnished room
for working woman or man.
Only 1*4 blocks from bus line.
Call PI. 3397.
FOR RENT: 1 3-room unfurnish
ed apartment. Private bath and
private entrahce. Only $60 per
month. Call Ha. 0800.
FOR RENT: 1 furnished kitchen
ette apartment with private
bath. Call Ha. 0800.
| FOR RENT: one 4-room furnish
ed apartment. Call Ha. (WOO.
j FOR RENT: One 8-room house.
Now ready to move in. Call
FOR RENT: 2 3-room Apt. Un
furnished. All utilities paid
by owner. Call PI. 0256 or
FOR RENT: One 5 room Apt un
furnished. All utilities paid by
owner. Call PI. 0256 or Ja. 3634.
FOR RENT: One 3room unfur
nished apartment. One 2-room
furnished apartment One 3
room furnished apartment Call
FOR RENT: 2 room furnished a
partment. Will accept one or 2
small children. This apt. is
north of Lake St., only 4 block
from bus line. Call before 9:30
a.m. HA 0800.
FOR RENT: 1 four room furnish
ed apartment. All utilities
paid by owner. 4 block from
bus line. Call Ha. 0800.
FOR RENT: A 3-room partly
furnished basement apartment
Very reasonable. Call Ha. 0800.
FOR RENT: One 3-room unfur
nished apartment. Ready to
move in 8-20-56. Call Ha. 0800.
FOR RENT: One 4-room un
furnished apartment. Phone
FOR RENT: One 5-room unfur
nished apartment. Private en
trance. Only $40.00 per month.
Call Ha, WOO.
FOR RENT: A beautiful 3 and a
4 room unfurnished Apartment
with modern pat stove and a Re
frigerator furnished. All utili
ties paid by owner. In the new
Beautiful Malburn Apt. at 21st
and Burdette St. Call AT 4114.
After 5 PAL Call CL 1411,
FOR RENT: 3 Unfurnished room
Apartment. Private entrance.
Private Bath. Large Living
room at' 2517 North 20th Street,
Ja. 7563. Rev. Robert Sherman,
owner. Will accept 1 or 2
f OR RENT: 2 room unfurnished'
apartment. One targe living
room. At 2517 No. 20th Etreet,
FOR RENT: A large furnished
2-room apartment Call PL
5003, Mrs. Davis, 2004 Wirt St
EARN 540 WEEKLY COMM, sew
ing Baby wear! No Roue Sell
ing! Rush stamped addressed
envelope BABY GAY, War
FREE! FREE! FREE!
A Free Room to some man just
for care of a furnace at 2122
Spencer St Call PL 5401.
Roy Secret, age 81 years.- of
2108 Evans Street, expired Friday
October 30. !9S6 at i local hos
He was an Omaha resident 45
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Ada Secret of Omaha; son, Ros
coe Secret of Omaha; 2 sisters,
Mrs. Lucinda Anderson and Mrs.
Lillie Murphy of Dallas, Texas;
3 niece*; 1 greatnieee; 10 neph
ews; 7 grandchildren, Phillip.
Carrie. Idell. Roacoe, Jr.. LaMond.
Kenneth and Annette Secret all
of Omaha; and a host of great
nephew*, greatnieee* and other
Funeral services were held
Saturday November f, 1898 at
10:00 am. from the St. Marks
Baptist Church, 27th and Lake
Street. with Rev. Mark Marion of
ficiating assisted by Rev. E C.
Cooper and Rev M. J. Bradford
latarment was at Mt. Hope Com*
Pallbearer* Messrs. T. Rrltford
T Archie, E Ross. D Marion J
Corbin and 11. Lath.
Myers Brothers Funeral Sor
Professional Women Select Their Head
Miss Viola Dickens, center,
was selected Miss Business and
Professional Woman of 1956 dur
ing recent annual convention of
the National Association of Negro
Business and Professional Wo
men’s Clubs at Hotel New Yorker,
New York City. Seen congratula
ting Mias Dickens, who competed
as Mis6 B. and P. of New York
City, are, left to right, Mrs. Flor
ence Madison Hill, project chair
man, Philadelphia, Mrs. Ollie M.
Porter, first president of the or
ganization, New York City, Moss
H. Kendrix, Washington, D. C.,
public relations consultant for The
Coca-Cola Company which contri
buted the three trophies for the
contest winners, and Mrs. Marie
L. Harrison, national president of
the association, East Orange, N. Y.
Runners-up in the contest were
Miss Patricia Berry, “Miss Phila
delphia", and Miss Sandra Morse,
“Miss North New Jersey."
The Last Word
By Elizabatti Davit Pittman
"The lifeblood of America"—
so said Adlai Stevenson on Wed
nesday, November 6, 1956, in
reference to our democratic pro
cess of voting for our public of
ficials as he conceded the presi
dential election to Ike Eisenhow
er True, the lifeblood of Amer
ica is our democratic process. It
insures the continued jp-owth and
prestige of a great and wonderful
nation. From the most insigni
ficant public official to the exalt
ed office of the President of the
United States, the will of the
American people is followed.
Today as we look back on the
election, we do so not as Demo
crats or Republicans, but as
Americans. We know that the
course we follow will be the onei
of the popular will and actually
there are no losers—there can be
no losers as long as all is done
for the good of the American peo
Today Ike Eisenhower knows
that he will guide the ship of state
for another four years and that
during that time he will be con
fronted with many problems—
both at home and abroad. He
will chart the course for the gen
eral welfare of over 165 million
people and the nation will reflect
the vigor and good will of a tal
ented and devoted executive.
America is a leader in the world
today and she will be a leader in
the world of tomorrow, for she
is a nation made up of great in
dividuals—all of whom are be
hind this great American working
toward a goal of peace and pros
perity for all.
The 1956-57 membership of the
executive committee of the Ne
braska Society for Crippled Chil
dren was announced Tuesday in
a report by Victor D. Smith. Om
aha, state president. ~v
Members of the committee are
Oscar D. Mardis, J. Robert Hoff,
Emmett J. Curry, Kenneth Holm,
Miss Leeta Holdrege, W, O.
Swanson, Mrs. Arthur Dunbar,
R i c h ard Bennett, Robert S.
Trimble. Col. W. R. Brooks and
Mr. Smith, Omaha; Dr. Leroy T.
Laase and Dr. Lucile Cypreansen,
Lincoln; Donald McGinley, Ogalla
la; Victor R. Blackledge, Scotta
Muff; the Rev. Donald Bean,
Holdrege and Mrs. Crawford Mor
A leader of one of Hungary s!
most important political groups
in recent years — the Small Land
holders Party — has agreed to'
speak at the All-American Con
ference to Com bet Com mi mine,
scheduled November 9 and 10 in
Sam W. Reynolds, local chair
man. said the man la Tiber Eek
hardt. who represented bis party
in the Hungarian Parliament. In
other years. Mr EeWiardt repre
sented Hungary in the lengise of
Nations. He has lectured often
at Georgetown University, and in
other places in the United Mates.
Mr. Reynolds sold Mr Eckhnrdt
will appear at the Saturday even
ing (November 10) banquet meet
ing of the Conference.
James F. Green, program co
ord inator, reminded Omahans
that reservations still are avail
able for Conference sessions.
“The single reservation fee of
$5.00,” he said, “Will cover all
C p n ference sessions. Included
are appearances by Congressman
Walter Judd of Minnesota, Am
bassador Tong of free China,
Herbert Philbrick and other au
thorities on communistic and sub
Reservations may Be made by
calling Matt Jaap at the Omaha
Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Green
Chicago — Walter A. Gordon,
former California penologist who
is now the governor of the Virgin
Islands, is featured in the Decem
ber EBONY. Gordon, whose
grandparents were the slaves of
another governor. John B. Gord
on, Confederate general and gov
ernor of Georgia, is the latest ap
pointee to preside over the Car
ibbean paradise. He is also the
third Negro and the 14th Ameri
can to occupy that “hot seat,"
Governor Gordon was warmly
received, given odds to succeed
despite the unpopular organic
act which gives him veto power
over the legislature. But. already
there are familiar rumblings of
discontent. “We will not be satis
fied,” islanders told EBONY, "un
til we have our own governor,
elected or appointed."
Perhaps no governor of the
Virgin Islands has arrived with a
longer record of aehievemerft or
greater persona) popularity than
did Walter A. Gordon. The Geor
gia-born, California-reared ath
lete was the first Negro to play
football on the University of Cali
fornia varsity team, and in 1918
he became the first Californian
named to Walter Camp’s All
American. While on the night
shift of the Berkeley police force,
Gordon attended law classes to
the mornings, was assistant foot
ball coach at his alma mater in
the afternoons. He served on the
important Board of Prison Terms
and Paroles, then in 1945 was ap
pointed chairman of the Califor
nia adult authority.
Although a staunch Republican
| who had boxed with Chief Justice
I Warren in college and had later
[ coached Warren’s son, the guber
natorial appointment came as a
I complete surprise. “I got a phone
call one day asking me if ((.was
told EBONY, "and 1 said yes." At
interested in the position," he
that time he had never seen the
The tuberculosis control pro
gram for Nebraska will be the
subject under discussion at the
meeting of the Board of Direc
tors of the Nebraska Tuberculosis
Association to be held Thursday.
November 8, in the Regis Hotel
in Omaha, Paul Bogott, president
of the Association announced.
The Board of Directors, whose
membership comes from more
than two-thirds of the counties
of Nebraska, will meet to study
the tuberculosis control program
now conducted, and possible
changes fori the future. Programs
under study include the case find
ing activities which are done by
chesT x-ray surveys and by tuber
culin testing; the services for
patients at tuberculosis hospitals;
the rehabilitation activities which
have been provided for patients;
the research programs carried on
to get the fundamental knowledge
for new developments; and the
program of education, using print- j
ed materials, talking picture
film*, radio and television pro
grams, so that the public will1
have a better understanding of
tuberculosis; and special educa
tional programs for physicians
A summary of the activities of
ail of the county Tuberculosis As
sociations and Christmas Seal
Committees also will be reviewed
by the Board of Directors. These
will be studied to determine their
effect on the program for the
state as a whole. In addition the
main purpose of the National Tu
berculosis Association will be
examined to aee whether or not
Nebraska is doing its part in the
nation-wide effort to control tu
berculosis, Mr. Bogott reported.
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