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WANTED: Houses, Apartments, and
the Names and Addresses of people
that are looking for a place to stay;
and for people who want to rent an
apartment. Call jjA 0800.
WANTED. WANTED! WANT
ED: W« tut ta 4k*1
Apartment yeu Dti far
Call HA MW.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO BENI
OB TO SELL? WE HA VI
RENTERS AND BUYER!
WAITING FOR WHAT YOl
HAVE GIVE US A BING
The Waller Radio Re
pair Shop, which was
located at 1904 North
24th St. has moved tc
2525 North 20th St 1
block north from Lake
St on the east sid«
of North 20th St Let
us Repair your Radio
in the car or your
home. Day & Nteht
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 house.
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 Baby wear1 No House Sell
ing: tvusn stamped addressed
envelope. BABY GAY, War
FREE! FREE? FREeT
A Free Room to some man just
for care of a furnace at 2122
Spencer St. Call PL 5401.
FOR RENT: Large 2 and 3 room
apartment furnished. Utilities
paid. Call Mrs. Clifton Davis. AT
9247. Place located 2024 Wirt.
FOR RENT: A large furnished
2-room apartment Call PL
5003, Mrs Davis. 2004 Wirt St
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
FOR RENT: 3 room unfurnished
Apt. at 2447 Pinkney Street.
Phone PL. 5621. With Bath.
FOR RENT: 1 2-room furnished
apartment between 2 bus lines.
Call Ha. 0800.
fOR fLENT One lovely large
furnished room. Only $8.60
per week. Call 0800.
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FOR RENT: 1 3-room all modern
apartment. All utilities paid.
Only $60.00 per month. Call
FOR RENT: 1 5-room house. Gss
beat, all modern. $75.00 per
month and good referebce.
Call Ha. 0800.
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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 Urge room 1
furnished apartment on bus
line. Only $60 00 per month all
utilities paid by owner. Call 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 bouses
So. of Lake St. HA 0600.
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 cooking gss. On
ground floor with private en
trance and private bath. HA
■ FOR RENT: 2 2-room fumishe
tl apartment Call Ha. 0800.
FOR RENT: 1 4-room all moderi
unfurnished apartment CaL
Ha. 0800. __ __
, FOR RENT: Two large rooms,
’ Modem with use of the whole
, house at a very reasonable rate
to right party in a Christian
home Call PL 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.
1 Jackson 6684. 2114 Burdette.
FOR RENT: Two room Apt. fur
nished. Utilities paid. Pl. 656?..
FOR RENT: Four rooms, stove
and refrigator furnished. Built
in cabinets. Private hath. 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. 2614% Cum
ming St. M.
FOR RfeNT: 2 rooms, sen
basement, furnished. All util |
ities paid by owner. Also
sleeping rooms for one persoi
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 apt. is
north of Lake St., only % block,
from bus line. Call before 9:30
a m. HA 0800.
FOR RENT: One 4-room un-,
furnished apartment. Phone;
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 7
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 2116 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- j
pers, coin purse with small a
mount of change. Mrs. Mekins,
FOR RENT: Two lovely furnished
room apartment. All utilitiesi
paid by owner. Right price for |
the right couple. Call HA 0800. |
FOR RENT: One 3 room apart-!
ment near Howard Kennedy j
School. Will accept one small I
child. North Lake, west of 24th |
St. Call HA 0800. Ready to
move in now.
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I Super Enterprises, headed by
i Irving Field, of Washington,
D. C., has completed negotiations
for the “Greatest Show of 1957,”
which will tee off in Pittsburgh
February 15. Starry lineup in
cludes LaVeme Baker, Clyde
McPhatter, Chuck Berry, Fats
t Domino, Bill Doggett, jhe Five
Keys, the Moonglows, the Five
li Saints, Eddie Cooley & The Dim
ples, Chas. Brown, Ann Cole, the
Schoolboys, and Paul Williams’
band. The package is booked
for 80 one-niters which will in
j cltide a series of dates in the
Southwest and West.
The RCA Victor “March ot
Dimes” Train was slated to em
! bark from New York last Sunday,
in the second annual campaign
to raise funds to help in the bat
tle against polio. While contri
buting to a worthy cause, platter
waxers who will also hypo their
record stock on the junket: are
Julius LaRosa, Eddie Heywood,
Jaye J. Morgan, Hugo Winter
Roy Glenn, Sr., enacted the part
of songwriter Shelton Brooks,
Sr., on the CBS Workshop radio
series heard Sunday. The story
was based on the life of Sophie
Tucker, who recently celebrated
her 69th birthdayt stressed the
fact that the biggest hit she ever
made was written by the sepia
tunesmith, the well known “Some
of these Days.”
On the “Amos 'n' Andy Music
Hall” recently, Ernestine Wade,
Johnnie Lee, Amanda Randolph,
: Atty. Vince Monroe Townsend,
Comey Anderson and Roy Glenn,
St., did a revision of one of the
old Amos ‘n’ Andy skits in which
the Kingfish attempts to keep his
mother-in-law from getting mar
The movie, "Nightfall,” has A1
Hibbler singing the film theme
on the sound track.
Moving up fast in his R & R
field is Atlantic records which
recently signed former Aladdin
i recording star, Charles Brown, to
a long-term contract. ‘Diskcry’
also boasts Ivory Joe Hunter, Wy
nonie Harris, Jimmy Wither
spoon, the Rayo-vacs, etc.
Lou Chudd, of Imperial Rec
ords, has added Roy Brown to its
Frank Sinatra, whose popular
ity has reached a new high, de
buts his own teevee show, en
titled "Amazon Trader,” over
| ABC-TV in February.
Bill HR 17, introduced before
the 85th Congress, if passed, will
revitalize the night club business.
It calls for repeal of the cabaret
tax and its fate is being awaited
by all facets of the entertainment
Piano-playing, vocalizing band
leader Jimmy Beasley and wife,
Geraldine, welcomed their fourth
heir, a little girl, Tuesday.
One-time polio patients, many
of them still suffering disabili
ties from attacks of years ago,
will get a new lift on the hard
road back to normal living. Char
les H. Bynum, director of inter
racial activities for the National
Foundation for Infantile Paralys
is. announced today that a survey
will be made to give the full
benefit of new rehabilitation
techniques to polio-handicapped
“We hope that by applying the
concept of teamwork in rehabili
tation—coordinating the skills of
doctors, psychologists, psychia
trists, and experts in allied pro
fessions—we can bring about
further recovery in many patients
who long ago despaired of re
gaining the use of a hand, an
arm or a leg. There are in the
Opportunities for career posi
tions with the American Red
Cross are available immediately
for college-trained women inter
ested in recreation or social work,
it was stated today by Miss Beth
Bruce, personnel director at the
Red Cress Midwestern Area Of
fice in St. Louis.
The available positions are for
recreation workers, case aides in
social work, social workers, and
also for casework supervisors.
Miss Bruce said.
Persons joining the Red Cross j
staff in these capacities will be J
working in hospital surroundings
closely associated with U.S. mili
Although the initial assign
ments are in the United States,
staff members who wish to ac
cept foreign assignment later
will have this opportunity. Even
while overseas, they remain
closely associated with the U.S.
military and are located in a hos
pitable American community in a
American Red Cross social
workers in hospitals are respon
sible for giving Red Cross social
welfare services to patients, their i
rerlatives and other hospital per- i
Recreation workers help in
conducting a medicaJl-ppproved
program for patients and assist
them as individuals and groups
in Insure time activities, hobbies,
music, crafts, and dramatics.
Miss Bruce pointed out that a
career in the American Red Cross
provides women with not only
a job but with work that Is in
interesting, stimulating, and
satisfying for those who like peo
ple and like to serve people. In
addition, she said, Red Cross
workers are covered by uniform
personnel policies that “help pro
vide for personal growth, pro
fessional advancement, and ae
She suggested that any women
interested contact her at the
Midwestern Area Office, 4050
Lindell Blvd., St. Loaia 8, Mo.,
where detailed information and
application blanks are available.
I United States an estimated 80,000
persons still suffering from po
lio,” Mr. Bynum said. As a be-'
ginning in its “forward look" at
these patients, t he National
F o u n d a t ion has earmarked
$5,000,000 from anticipated 1957
March of Dimes receipts.
The team approach is especi
ally suited to the repair of lives
of those stricken by paralytic
polio, he explained. ‘ Not only
does polio disable its victims but
often it leaves psychological, so
cial and vocational problems to
solve. Treatment by those skill
ed in these fields can hasten re- .
However, he pointed out that
there still remains a marked
shortage of specialists in physical
therapy, occupational therapy
and other allied professions es^,
sentml to the rehabilitation
“teams." For this reason the!
March of Dimes organization has
been making grants and other
awards for years for the recruit
ment and advanced training of
these experts. March of Dimes
funds have been awarded to
more than 4.000 men and women
for long-term study in the pro
fessional education program of
the organization. A total of
$24,900,000 has been used to
create needed skills.
Of 28,000.000 chronically ili
Americans, Mr. Bynum said, only j
a tiny fraction have been bene
fitted thus far by the new techni
que in treatment. “If the March
of Dimes program achieves the
effect expected by medical au
thorities, it may well match in
importance the organization's
sponsorship of Dr. Salk's research
work that led to the discovery of
Salk vaccine,” he declared.
"The 1957 March of Dimes slo
gan ‘Let’s Finish the Job’ has a
dual meaning. It refers not only
to the destruction of paralytic j
polio through Salk vaccinations,
but also tbe repair of lives dam
aged by polio through research
and advanced medical treat
Nuhville, Tennessee, Jan. 18—
Mrs. W. M. Van Brunt, Mr.
and Mrs. C. P. Kildahl, Margaict
Albert, and Eva C. Wichinam of
Omaha, Nebraska, were among
the nearly five thousand people
who signed the guest register at
The Upper Room Chapel here re
cently. The chapel, opened a
little over four and one-half
years ago, already draws visitors
from every state and many other
The focal point of the chapel
is the great, almost life-sise wood
Hello gang, I'm back again try
ing to tell you the happenings
and algo at the same time dig
the happenings. The College
halls are real quiet now, every
one is doing that last minute
cramming for the finals. M.
Davidson it appears that an in
terest of yours will be a full
time student next semester, may-'
be you can help him with his ac
counting. C. Johnson is very
busy buying BRIDAL books. I
know she will pick a pretty
dress. F. Clay, nice picture you
received from Kentucky, also
the class ring. Shirley G. Did
1 you miss Mike this week-end?
‘ Kad to pay pour own way to the
! show, huh? S. Kirksy, J. Collins
and N. Mitchell have you re
ceived mail from Texas yet? We
I really hope Eleanor Smith gets
better. Don H. and Floydia M.
really make a cute couple. Good
! luck kids and we miss you out
at O. .U. Floydia. Billy H. and
Johnny P. I must say you kats
are real cool. I thought 1956
was leap year, or is every year
that way? Just think guys, your
girls were dressed up looking
like Easter, too. Ha, all kats
can’t be that lucky.
Congratulations, Catherine and
Bobby Allen. Good luck. V.
V. Williams I understand you
have a secret admirer or do you
know about her? I think her
name starts with C. I’m not say- ]
lng another word . Anita T. you
are really receiving a lot of mail.
Gosh, you are popular. You bet
ter tell your friend from Lin
coln to write so you can read it.!
I had a request from some of
the girls to tell Don Bennings
something, but this column isn’t
trying to play Mary Lane’s part.
Ha! Ha! It seems that Joy J.
had an unexpected - from
Lincoln. A1 P. is it true you
have eyes for- I better
not say. By the way Al, where j
were you Tuesday night? Janice
M. who is your secret admirer
or should I ask who paid you a
visit recently? Carl W. what are
you making out of life? Mean
ing how many girls? L. McNiel
who are you giving a break now?
Well, kats and pretty little J
girl, you can't stop this rocking ^
androlling , tra-la-la, so let’s let'
the good time roll, now- that it’s
over, I want to know I’m playing
for keeps, because this column is
too much. Did vou sav S*ar^)?
OF THE WEEK
Best dressed girls, Gwen H.
and Sharon S.
Best dressed boys, D. Brown
and Eugene W.
Best girl sport player, V. John
Best boy sport player, Don B. and
Best couples, Mildred G. and
carving of the Last Supper done
by Ernest Pelligrini after the fa-]
mous painting by Leonardo da'
Vinci. This carving captures the]
moment when Jesus tells his
disciples, “One of you shall be ]
tray me." -Set in a huge frame]
the limewood and walnut carving
is more than eighteen feet long. J
The artistry and skill of thej
sculptor are apparent to even!
the casual viewer. Many visitors
see it with a deep spiritual sensi-;
tivity that makes the visit a reli-,
gious experience rather than
merely a visit to a work of art.
The wood carving la placed on
the rear wall of the chancel.
The chancel reproduces the]
scene depicted In the carving.]
Here are the same tapestried
walls, the same beatned ceiling,
the same inlaid floor, and most
striking of all. the altar repro
duces the great table about
which the disciples are seated
with their Master.
Other features of the chapel
include a lovely prayer room, an
interesting hieh poloit. * chancel
rail that carries the symbols of
the disciples and an elaboratley
carved gate. Beiow the chapel
are the museum and devotional
The chapel is the central fea
ture of the building which
houses the offices and shipping
rooms of THE UPPER ROOM,
the world’s most widely used do
votiona! *uide. It fi miblished
in 34 editions ine’udlng 2* langu
ages. Braille and Talking Book.
More than ten million people, It
is estimated, use this devotional
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Cutest couples, C. Pierce' and
Crazee, C. Fowler.
Crazier, J.. Hall.
Craziest, Beveny G.
Good dancer, Stanley W. and
Tuff, Dallas Gibson.
C-U next week gang.
Mr. Samuel Louis Young, 51
years, 2202 Pinkney Street, pass
ed away unexpectedly Monday
evening, January 21st. Mr. Yount
had been a resident of Omah;
thirty-five years. He waa a re
tired Swift and Company butcher
He is survived by his wife
Mrs. Temple Young, daughter
Mrs. Maxine Bryant, Richmond
California; two sons, Mr. Ken
neth Young, Omaha, Mr. Eugene
Young, Brooklyn, N. Y.; brother
Mr. Harleigh Young, Washing
ton, D. C.; four grandchildren
Funeral services were held at
ten o’clock Saturday morning
January 26th from the Bethei
Baptist Church with the Rev
Curtis A. Brown officiating, as
sisted by Rev. Charles Walls
Pall bearers were Mr. Braej
Morrow. Samuel Lee, Walter Lee
Abe Williams, Clifton Partridge
and Robert H. Morrion. Burial
was at Graceland Cemetery with
arrangements by the Thomas
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SOUTH'S FARM WAGE
RATES BELOW AVERAGE
Farm wage rales without room
I or board range from $6.70 per ]
I day in Connecticut to $3.85 in j
i South Carolina. Average for the
, whole country is $5.80, according
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John H. Raybon
I Mr. John H. Raybon, 69 years,
2118 Grace Street, passed away
Friday, January 25th at a local
hospital. Mr. Raybon had been
a resident of Omaha thirty-two
years. He was a member of the
Paradise Baptist Church and a
former employee of the Gate
City Steel Company . Mr. Ray
bon is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Alice Raybon, Omaha, seven step
daughters, two step sons, two
brothers, Mr. Agee Raybon, Ar
go, til., Mr. Alonzo RaybonJ
Little Rock, Ark.; two sisters,'
Mrs. Emma Dunbar, Mrs. Willie
Ann McGee, of Ruston, La.; two
nieces. Miss Mildred Raybon,
Little Rock Ark., Mrs. Savanah
Davis, Philadelphia, Pa.; two
nephews, James Raybon, Little
Rock, Ark., James Wallis, Argo,
Funeral services have been set
for Thursday afternoon from the
Paradise Baptist Church with
arrangements by the Thomas Fu
| neral Home.
Mrs. Mattie Bell McKinney,
age 72 years, of 2423 Burdette
I St., expired Monday morning,
January 28 at a local hospital.
I She was an Omaha resident a
little better than a year.
1 Mrs. McKinney is survived by
her nephew, William Hamilton of;
Aberdeen, Miss.; two nieces,
Mrs. Laura Smith of Aberdeen,
Miss, and Mrs. Flonnie Mae Car
ter of Amory, Miss.; ten —great
nieces, four great nephews and a
host of other relatives.
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! to the White and Hannah Funer
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