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Apartment too haw. for R**L
Call HA MH.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO RENT
OR TO SELL? WE HAVE
RENTERS AND BUYERS
WAITING FOR WHA1 YOU
HAVE. GIVE US A RING.
The Waller Radio Re
pair Shop, which was
located at 1904 North
24th St. has moved to
2525 North 20th St 1
block north from Lako
St on the east side
of North 20th St Let
ns Repair your Radio
in the car or your
home. Day & Nii?ht
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.
FOR SALE: One 8-room bouse.
2 blocks from Wilson Packing
house for only $6000 cash. Call
FOR RENT: 5 unfurnished rooms.
With use of furnished kitchen
and dining room. HA 0800.
EARN $40 WEEKLY COMM, sew
ing Babywear! No House Sell
ing, uusn stamped addressed
envelope BABY OAY. War
FREE! FREE! FREE!
A Free Room to some man just
for care of a furnace at 2122
Spencer St. Call PL 3401.
FOR RENT: Large 2 and 3 room
apartment furnished. Utilities
paid. Call Mrs. Clifton Davis. AT
8247. Place located 2024 Wirt.
FOR RENT: A large furnished
2-room apartment. Call PI
5003, Mrs. Davis, 2004 Wirt SL
FOR SALE: One 5-room modern
house north of Lake St. for
$9500. Make an offer you might
be lucky, A 0800, _
FOR RENT: 2 large modern rooms
at 24 and Franklin St. Prefer a
man. $10,00 for One and $15.00
for two men. All utilities paid
by owner. Call JA 9041 or
kOt\ d room uni urmsiie'i
Apt. at 2447 Pinkney Street.
Phone PL. 5621. With Bath.
FOR RENT: Three 2-room furnish
ed apartments. North Lake St.
FOR RENT: A 5 room house.
Large bed room. Only $60.00
per month. This house in three
blocks of Lake. Ready to move
FOR RENT: A lovely 3 large room
furnished apartment on bus
line. Only $60.00 per month all |
utilities paid by owner. Csdl HA
FOR RENT. Newly decorated three
room furnished apartment. Will
accept one child. Call PL 2823.
FOR RENT: Three 3-room furnish
ed apartments. 2 on No 19th St.
1 north of Lake. HA 0800.
FOR RENT: 2 room furnished or
unfurnished apartment. North of
Lake. Call HA 0800.
FOR RENT: Two 5-room houses
So. of Lake St Not all modern.
Call HA 0800.
FOR RENT: Two five-room houses
So of Lake St HA 0800
FOR RENT: A lovely four room
unfurnished apartment with
modern gas stove and refrigera
tor. North of Lake for only $70
per month. All utilities furnish
ed except rooking gas. On
ground floor with private en
trance and private bath. HA
addresses of people
For a place to stay;
vho want to rent an
FOR RENT: Two large rooms.
Modern with use of the whole
house at a very reasonable rate
to right party in a Christian
home. Call PI. 5373. M.
Miles at 2807 Minnie St
FOR RENT: Two 4-room Apts.
Partly furnished. Built-in cab
inets, private bath and en
trance. All utilities paid. Ha.
FOR RENT: One room furnished
for lady or man. Share kitchen.
Jackson 6684. 2114 Burdette.
FOR REN1: Two room Apt fur
nished. Utilities paid. PI. 6562.
FOR RENT: Four rooms, stove
and refrigator furnished. Built
in cabinets. Private bath. Pri
vate entrance. Pr. 2608. Utili
man or woman, from this area,
wanted to service and collect
from automatic vending ma
chines. No Selling. Age not
essential. Car, references, and
$600 investment necessary. 7 to
12 hours weekly nets approxi
mately $250 monthly. Possibility
full time work. For local in
terview give full particulars,
phone. Write P. O. Box 7047,
Minneapolis 11, Minn.
FOR RENT: 2 3-room unfurnish
ed apartments. Call Pr. 3803.
These apartments are located
within walking distance of
downtown work. 261414 Cum
ming St. M.
FOR RENT: 2 rooms, s e m
basement, furnished. All util
ities paid by owner. Also
sleeping rooms for one perso i
or couples. Located at 2820
North 18th. Phone Ha. 3872.
FOR RENT: 2 room furnished a
partment. Will accept one or 2
small children. This upt. is
north of Lake St., only ** block
from bus line. Call before 9:30
a m HA 0800.
FOR RENT: One 4-roora un
furnished apartment. Phone
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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 ?
FOR RENT: 3 room furnished a
partment with private bath and
private entrance at 2447 Pinkney
St. Call PL 5621,
FOR RENT: A 2 room furnished
Apt. at 1702 No. 24th Street.
Call Ja. 9041. Only $10.00 per
FOR RENT: One 2-room furnished
Apt. For only $13.00 per week.
Call Pr. 0673.
FOR RENT: Two. large 2 room
unfurnished Apts, at 2118 Em
mett Street $12.50 and $15.00.
Will accept children. PL. 8675.
FOR RENT: Two nice warm 2
room Apt with furniture or
without furniture. Call PL.
3165. Will accept children.
WANT TO RENT: An 8 room
house. Call Mrs. Perkins. PL.
LOST: Women’s Purse near 30tii
and Pinkney Streets. Contents:
Important papers, typing pa
pers, coin purse with small a
mount of change. Mrs. Mekins.
Phone Pr. 0849._
FOR RENT: Two lovely furnished
room apartment. All utilities
paid by owner Right price for
the right couple. Call HA 0800.
FOR RENT: One 3 room apart
ment near Howard Kennedy
School. Will accept one small
child. North Lake, west of 24th
St. Call HA (MOO. Ready to
move in now.
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With Dolor** Calvin
NEW YORK CITY . , (Calvin
News Service) . . A BRIDE FOR
BELAFONTE . . Somehow the
discussion we were having over
cocktails shifted to the topic of
husbands who became famous in
a glamorous profession, such as
showbusiness, and suddenly their
wives, who have struggled and
pinched pennies all along the
way, now do not seem to fit into
their glorious new life - - so they
are replaced simply with new
wives . . It happens all the time
in Hollywood . . Gregory Peck
Edmund Purdom, etc head the
list of countless glamour boys
who changed partners in mid
stream, not to mention our favor
ite example, Frankie Sinatra who
left Nancv for the promise of an
exciting life with Ava Gardner,
but is back in the bachelor status
again. , . .
AH of which was background
for the discussion on Harry Bele
fonte whose wife is now putting
in 6 weeks for a Reno divorce
while columnists have already
named Belefonte’s next bride
(Julia Robinson) . . Harry is now
what thev smugly call “top dog”
in the field: grossing approxima
tely $300 000 per year - - but it
wasn’t too long‘ago that this same
guy was pushing a cart in the
garment district for a measly
sum while wife Marguerite earn
ed the bulk of the living. . help
ing him to achieve the success
he has now earned, the hard way
. . Married since ’48 and the
father of two cute daughters,
Adrianne and Sharon, Harry was
a very much pushed around sing i
er in the field until he finally hit
the big time . . An easy going
guy, he’s known to be quite tern-!
peramental and dislikes being
taken advantage of . . After ]
many good breaks at the Royal !
Roost on Brohdwav, Boulevard in ]
Long Island and the Riviera in
New Jersey, Harry was well on
his wav - but not before trying
his hand at pap tunes and getting
no where . , It W3s his recording
of “Hold ’Em Joe” which really j
ooeoed doors to success - - and
kept them wide open for Harry
has became one of our greatest
folk singers . .
However great the guy, the
oub'ic still has an opinion about
his private life and when they
worshin a hero and thrill to every
turn of his voice - - then they are
most definitely concerned too
with what makes him tick and
who is behind him, aiding his i
strides to the ton . . In this case.
Belefonte has himself first to
answer to - - and once done, then
if he wi'h»s to join the ranks of
famous divorcees, we can only a
bide by his choice . .
Marion Anderson grieving over j
the death of maestro and friend, j
Arturo Toscahini - it was he who j
made the famous saying. "A I
Voice like hers is heard once in ]
a hundred vears . . . Was that our ,
Ruby Berkley Goodwin, author, I
poetess and columnist who did a !
bit part in "Strange Intruder"
for Allied Artists? . . Such a ver
satile personality - Mrs. Goodwin
is mother of a flock of children,
all making strides in their pro-1
fession. and still finds time to be I
a working member of the pro |
fession she writes so much about
... A former secretary for the
late Flattie McDaniel, author of
“From Mv Kitchen Window" and
others, Mrs. Goodwin did the
acting role with Ida Lupino and
Edmund Purdom in a problem
story of a returning Korea vet . .
We must thank Ed Murrow for
the superb handling of the Jackie
Robinson interview on his “Per
son To Person” whereas he
brought out the family, especial
ly Jackie's three kids, to repre
sent the Negro family of today -
and what a wonderful plug Jackie
gave his face , . We were more
than proud of his impression,
especially to whites who may not
have understood his theories and
reasons . . And incidentlv, Jackie
revealed he doesn’t drink coffee
- - and he’s the guy who is
Vice F»resident in charge of Per
sonnel for Chpek Full ‘o Nuts,
which make* that “heavenly
coffee “ . , .
What became of Bofirt’s Wes*
j Indian cook who h« alwavs Hiked
I ibout In interviews and brought
j into phn*o«* . , We can see why
[ Sammv Davia Jr. and Jerrv Lesrt*
j act such ereat friends th~v are
' «* near alika . , Jerry, who has
•darted on his new singing ear*
jeer a* a single I* lust about the
• me vers* fMe performer In the
hiMnesa. able te keep step, In
specie* dancing. eonduettng,
dawning . - even imitating . . ,
mil Doggrit honkv tanking t!
the Anottn doing Mg M< follow
tug Dinah Washington who la
stsrays popular In these parts .
No men e*n he •> wrted to pay
ii he gee* If he la always «euig
Mrs. Jennie E Sadler, age 83
years, of 2415 Caldwell Street,
expired Sunday evening January
I 13, 1957 at her home.
She v-as an Omaha resident
20 years and was affectionately
known as "mother’’ Sadler.
Mrs. Sadler is survived by her
I daughter, Mrs. Kenora Starm
Myers of Kansas City, Mo.; son,
Fred Starms of Omaha; brother,
Janies Allen of Kansas City, Mo
Funeral services were held
Friday January 18, 1957 at 1:00
P.M. from the St. John A.M E.
Church wi'h Rev. McCoy Ran
som officiating assisted by Rev.
F. C. Williams, Rev. William
Cunningham, and Elder G. H.
Taylor. Inter#ent was at Forest
Pallbearers, Messrs William
Sones, John Fleming, Charles
Wiley, Russell Reese, Charles
Young and Edgar Grant.
Honorary Pallbearers, Messrs
William Perkins, George Alt
house, Thomas Peugh, John Bar
ber. H. D. Wiley and Ernest
Myers Brothers Funeral Ser
Mrs. Margaret C Davis, age 71
years, of 2615 No. 24 Street, ex
pired Tuesday January 15th, 1957
at a local hospital.
She was an^Omaha resident 16
years and was active in several
Mrs. Davis is survived by her i
husband, Mr. Oscar Davis of
Omaha; 2 daughters, Mrs. Thel
ma Tucker of Omaha and Mrs.
Betty Gordon of Lincoln, Nebr.;
2 sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Brooks
and Mrs. A. W. Jones both of ^
Funeral services were held ■
Saturday January 19. 1957 at (
10:00 A.M. from the Mt. Moriah j
Baptist Church with Rev. David j
St. Clair officiating assisted by
Reverends J. H. Reynolds, F. S.
Goodlett, J. W. Rogers and F. C.
Interment was at Evergreen
Cemetery, Red Oak, Iowa.
Pallbearers Messrs H. Jackson,
II. Baltimore, L. Starling, De
Witt Taylor, Willie Newsome and
I Myers Brothers Funeral Ser
James Milton Thompson, infant
son of Rev. and Mrs. John An
drew Thompson of 2709 Spauld
ing Street, expired Wednesday
January 16. 1957 at a local hos
pital. The Rev. J. A. Thompson
is the pastor of the Corinth Bap
tist Church, 3212 No. 24th Street.
James is survived by his broth
er, John Andrew Thompson,Jr., of
Omaha; grandmother. Mrs. Gert
rude Lee of Jackson, Miss.;
grandfather. Isaac Thompson of
Kosciusko, Miss.; 7 aunts; 11
uncles and a host of other rela
Committal services were held
Thursday January 17, 1957 at
2:00 P.M. at the Myers Funeral
Home Chapel with Rev, Charles
Favors officiating assisted by
Rev. J. C. Wade, Elder James
Stuart, Sr., and Rev. C. S. Wil
liams. Interment was at Forest
Myers Brothers Funeral Ser
Mr Willie Wilson, 62 years, I
2504 Hamilton Street, passed
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Lease. Cali Ha. 0800, The Omaha Guide.
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OM IOth OfeevMt
I UN Meredith Aee. Om«h*. N*br PI MM
away u n e xpectedly Tuesday
morning January 15th. Mr. Wil
son had been a resident of Oma
ha twenty five years and was a
Veteran of World War One.
Mr. Wilson is survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Bessie Wills,
I granddaughter, Rosella Wills, two
' grandsons, George, Jr. and John
j Henry Wills, cousin, Mr. Noble
Sim son of Omaha.
Funeral services were held ten
o’clock Monday morning January
21st from the Thomas Funeral
Home with the Rev. J. C. Wade
officiating, assisted by Rev. J.
H. Whittington, Rev. B. T. Oliver.
Pallbearers, John L. Watkins,
Robert E. Frazier, Roosevelt
Brown, Frederick Knight, Samuel
Mattox, Frank Wesley. Burial
was at Mt. Hope Cemetery.
Mr. Wallace McGuire, 73 years,
2308 Paul Street, passed away
Tuesday night January 15th at a
local hospital after a brief ill
Mr. McGuire had been a resi
dent of Omaha flventy years and
was a member of Pleasant Green
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Ida McGuire. Funeral services
have been set for Wednesday
afternoon from the Thomas Fun
eral Home. «sa|£
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Department who passed away in
1940. Mrs. Jackson had been a
resident of Omaha sixty years.
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