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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 HA 0800.
WANTED. WANTED I WANT
ED: W« want to rant that
Apartment you haea for IUwC
CW1 HA MM.
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 Lake
St on the east side
of North 20th St Let
us Repair your Radio
in the car or your
home. Day & Nisrht
Service. Call JA 0669.
WANTED TO RENT: A 4 room
house. 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 j
FOR RENT: 5 unfurnished rooms.
With use of furnished kitchen
and dining room. HA 0800.
EARN $40 WEEKLY COMM sew
inf Babywear! No House Sell
ing! Kush stamped addressed j
envelope. BABY GAY, War- j
FREE] FREE) FREEI
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 b*tw'C?n 2 bu* line*
Call Ha. 0800
FOR RENT: One lovely larfe
furnished room. Only $8.00
per week. Call 0800,
FOR RENT: 1 3-room all modern
apartment. All utilities paid.
Only $60.00 per month. Call
FOR RENT: 1 5-roora house. Gas
heat, all modern. $75.00 per
month and good reference.
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 large room
furnished apartment on bus
line. Only $60.00 per month all
utilities paid by owner. Call HA j
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 0600.
FOB 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 gas. On
ground floor with private en
trance and private bath. HA
j FOR RENT: 2 2-room fumishe
apartment Call Ha. 0800.
' FOR RENT: 1 4-room all modern
unfurnished apartment. Call
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. Alt utilities paid. Ha.
FOR RENT: One room furnished
for lady or man. Share kitchen.
Jackson 6684. 2114 Burdette.
FOR RENT: Two room Apt. fur
nished. Utilities paid. PI. 6562.
FOR RENT: A warm 2-room furn
ished basement apartment. PL
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.
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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 roo’ns, sem
basement, furnished. All util
ities paid by owner. Also
sleeping rooms for one person!
or couples. Located at 2820
North 18th. Phone Ha. 3872.
FOR RENT: 2 room furnished *
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 2
FOR RENT: 3 room furnished a
partment with private bath and
private entrance at 2447 Pinkney
gt Call PL 5621.
FOR RENT: A 2 room furnished
Apt at 1702 No. 24tb Street.
Call Ja. 9041. Oniy $10.06 pef
FOR RENT: One 2-room furnished
Apt. For only $13.00 per week.
Call Pr. 0873.
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 30Ui
and Pinkney Streets. Contents:
Important papers, typing pa
pers, coin purse with small a
mount of change. Mrs. Mekins,
Phone Pr. 0949._
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 j
School. Will accept one small
child. North Lake, west of 24th i
St Call HA 0600. Ready to!
move in now.
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The Zeta Phe Beta Sorontj
had its beginning at Howard Uni
versity, January 16, 1920. A mem
ber of the Phi Beta Sigma Frater
■ nity, Charles Raber, Samuel Tty
lor, spoke to a young lady, Ari
zona Cleaver, concerning the es
I tablishing of a sister organizatior
1 and asked her if she would en
I deavor to establish such an or
] ganization at the University. The
young lady willingly accepted the
task and immediately began to
work upon it. The founders of
the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority are;
Arizona Cleaver, Myrtle Tyler,
Viola Tyler, Pearl Neal and Fan
nie Pettie. Zeta is a part of the
Pan Hellenic Council, the Amer
ican Council on Human Rights,
and the National Council of Ne
gro Women. It gives support to
the NAACP, the National Found
ation for Infantile Paralysis, thc
Institute of Race Relations, the
United Negro College Fund, the
National Educational Association
and similar organization tr the
public interest. From one Chap
ter of five girls, Zeta has grown
to approximately two hundred
chapters and as the years go by
many pages will be added to her
history. The Beta Phi Zeta Chap
ter in Omaha members are the
following: Officers, Basileus, Lor
eeta Hines; First Anti-Basil
eus, Willa Mae Garnett; Gram
! mateus, Mary Jane Duncan; Anti*
I Grammateus, Essie Henderson,
Tamias, Gertrude Craig; Gram
mateus-Tamias, Jacksie Williams
and Clemmie Reynolds, Reporter.
Members are: Beatrice Jackson,
Wisconsin; Eloise Taylor, Texas;
Anna Lee Williams, Colorado,
Yoiande Moore. Texas; Delores
Allison, Jessie Cain, Edgae Cam
per, Ethel Dean, Carrie Johnson,
Wave Macklin, Erene Lewis Nel
son, Del Moore, Florentine Pink
ston, Juanita Smith and Edmae
Tau Alpha Chapter Basileus
Beverly Ann Wead, members:
Mary Alice Beshers, Darlene
Bronson, Maretta Bronson, Snor
dia Manuel Brown, Cherie Curry,
Elaine Embrey, Jean Cain Fra
zier, Nancey James Reeves, Jean
Killian Rogers. Eleanor Smith,
and Lescillia Webb.
The Archonian Club members
are: Nadine Dent Pollard, Ger
aldine Harvey, Carol Green, Nan
cey Mitchell and Evelyn Beck.
Was Printing Week
The United States got along
without automobiles and air
planes and electric lights and a
lot of other things until a rela
tively few years ago. But it never
got along without printing.
Now, we’re not attempting to
belittle the vital importance of
modern devices in a modern
society. Were merely pointing
out that America could plod along
at a 19th century pace without
these devices, but that America
would disintegrate without the
These observations are prompt
ed by the fact that January 13-19
is Printing Week, which Is cele
brated in, connection with Ben
jamin Franklin’s birthday on the
Ben, you know, is the patron
saint of the American printing
That industry today not oniy
ranks as one of the very biggest
of industries, but its role has be- j
come increasingly important in
the dissemination of ideas and i
the preservation of freedom, j
While the spoken word via radio i
and television, has made com- ]
munications more swift, nothing
can substitute for the printed
word in conveying the full scope
of ideas and information.
This newspaper is proud to
be a small part of the printing
industry. Even more, we are
proud to have a part in the great
task and responsibility of keep
ing the American people among
the best informed in the world.
St. Louis — Willie Galimore,
Florida A and M All-American
halfback, came to terms with the
Chicago Bears professional foot
ball club here during the meet
ing of the American Football
Galimore has been one of the
most publicized football players
to come out of the South in re
"ent years. He was named to
the Negro loops All-American
team four years, was cited as
“Back of The Week” by the Flor
ida Sports Writers association
and “Florida’s Most Outstand
ing Negro Athlete of the Year"
by the Orange Blossom Classic
IKE’S SILENCE ON
REPLORED BY WILKINS
Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 24 — A
South of fear-ridden whites and
persecuted Negroes, neither of
whom are free from thugs bent
on dynamiting, shooting and
cross-burning carried on with
out fear of punishment, was de
scribed here by Roy Wilkins,
NAACP executive secretary.
The tone of Mr. Wilkin's ad
dress, made before a meeting of
the Atlanta NAACP branch on
January 23, was grave. He de
plored President Eisenhower’s
silence on violence in the South.
| “The wave of terror and in
timidation that has swept sec
tions of the South in recent
weeks without rebuke from our
President or from any other re
sponsible federal or state or lo
cal official is a reproach to our
nation and to human decency,"
, the NAACP official declared.
Referring to Mr. Eisenhower’s
personal visit to the Southwest
i drought area, Mr. Wilkins said:
“The soil in the drought area
gets the personal attention o
our President, but the human
beings in the Dixie Disaster belt
do not receive a reply to their
appeal. They ask only that he
speak out from his high office
against lawlessness and viol
And again, Mr. Wilkins said of
the President: "Just a few days
before the Nov. 6 election, Mr.
Eisenhower spoke in Philadel
phia and declared, ‘There can be
only one law, or there will be
no rcace.’ He was speaking of
the Middle East unrest, but his
words could apply as well to the
enlire pattern of unrest in some
parts of the South.”
Of the total southern situation,
the NAACP officer declared that
"if ever there was a time when
evildoers seemed to have the up
per hand, that time is now.”
Southern Whites Not "Free”
"Most white people in the '
South are not free today,” he
maintained. "They are not free (
to speak, to write, to assemble, j
or to petition. They are on the ,
brink of being unable to think J
their own thoughts. Their min
isters are not free to preach un- |
less their sermons uphold scgre- (
gation. Even those who believe (
in segregation, but do not be- (
lieve in the wild words and the
cowardly crimes of the exter- !
mists, do not dare to offer a mild
Georgia Governor Marvin Grif- j
fin was rebuked by the speaker
for having delivered a state ad
dress to a joint session of the
General Assembly in which he
called for continuance of segre
gation in Georgia "no matter
what any court may rule.”
By this declaration, Mr. Wil
Willie cored 16 touchdowns
and made two conversions for a
total of 98 points last season
He led the Southern Intercollegi
ate Athletic Conference in rush
ing with 820 yards on the ground
in 86 carries for an average of
9.5 per carry. He caught six
passes for another 100 yards and
returned three punts for 38
Galtmore can run the 100-yard
dash in 9.7.
kins said ,Gov. Griffin “was
telling all irresponsible elements
in Georgia and, indeed, in the
South, that they need not pay
attention to the courts. He was
giving a green light to the hood
lums. The dynamiter, the snip
er, the poison pen artist, the
ross-buraer and the run-of-the
mill mobster have all been given
absolution in advance by Gov.
Griffin and others like him in
high places who speak as he has
Referring to an “iron pattern
of conformity" in the South, the
NAACP official pointed out that
"despite all the talk about settl
ing these matters (segregation)
on the local level, certain states
are not permitting local action."
“Georgia was among the first
states to pass a law cutting off
funds for any school which ad
mits a Negro, even in response
to a court order. White people
in the South are finding out
that their bosses at the top,
much like the bosses at the top
in Moscow, will crush any expres
sion of freedom at the local and
Hungarian-Type Revolt Seen
“The methods adopted by pri
vate groups operating at the
thug level, and by legislature!
operating on the so-called legal
level, suggest that the leaders
are not so sure that if commun
ities had a free choice all of
them would defy the Supreme
Court,” he continued. “We may
yet have a sort of Hungarian re
volution over this question, for
it is inconceivable that white
Southerners will submit inde
finitely to the stultifying gags
being stuffed down their
As for southern Negroes, Mr.
Wilkins declared: "I do not
Save to remind you that the Neg
‘0 citizen has also suffered dur
ng this dark time. He has been
in easy target, especially since
lis attackers have been assured
n front that they will suffer no
(unishmcnt for their deeds.”
The official cited bombings,
irrests, mob violence, shotgun
(lasts, threats, and economic
ires sure directed against Neg
But, he said, “nothing that has
(een done thus far has frighten
ed any Negroes from their de
ermination to secure their
ights.” He pointed to Mont
'ornery, Ala., as an example of
<egroes who continued the Strug
’le to attain citizenship rights
ifter the NAACP was barred
rom the state.
“It does little good to bar the
*AACP,” he asserted. ‘The
ruth of the matter is that this
dnd of action only makes our
eople more determined.”
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Johnson cele
rated their twentieth anniversary
'ebruary 1, 1957 in their home at
316 Paul Street, with a quiet
amily dinner. They have one
aughter, Joye Johnson, who is a
tudent at Technical High School,
ihe works with the Y-Teens, Girls
Athletic Association, Pep Club and
lanv other organizations. The
obnsons arc members of the Mt
foriah Baptist Church, Rev. D.
t. Clair, pastor.
Tangerines Zip Into Tasty Salads
The little kid-glove fruit from Florida, tangerines, are so easy
to peel that you'll find they make wonderful first courses or des
serts. Citrus fruiU, they are excellent sources of vitamin C, and
aa such should be used frequently during the short winter months
when they’re available—usually till the end of February. Tangerines
are ideal for inclusion In lunch boxes, and they’re so easy to section
that the fruit can be added with a minimum of trouble to fruit cups
and salads in combination with other seasonal foods.
Here’s how to make the fruit cups shown here:
Tsngerine Dessert Cupe
6 Florida Ungerines 2 tablespoons sugar, optional
1 Florida grapefruit « pitted dates, cut
Cut tangerine peel into 8 sections; peel about % of the way
Carefully remove tangerine sections from tangerine cup . <-,u.
sections in half with scissors. Section grapefruit, and cut sections
with a scissors into thirds. Combine with tangerine sections;
sprinkle with sugar if desired. Arrange fruit in tangerine cups ,
top with date pieces.
YIELD: € servings. , , •
8 Florida tangerines teaspoon salt
4 cups shredded cabbage li teaspoon dry mustard
2 tablespoons chopped 2 tablespoona vinegar
green pepper % cup mayonnaise
% teaspoon celery seed
Peel tanr rines; remove white membrane. Cut,sections *■ *W*'*,.;
combine with cabbage and chopped pepper. Arid celery seed, salt,
mustard, and vinegar to mayonnaise; mead. Four dressing over
salad and toss well.
YIELD: 8 servings.
Head to Speak
Here Mar. 14
Allen B. Kline, past president
of the American Farm Bureau
Federation, will be the featured
luncheon speaker for the ninth
annual National Pasture-Forage
| Livestock Conference in Omaha
on March 14 at the Livestock Ex
Mr. Kline will combine his
background of personal experlen
ces, both at home and abroad, in
the field of Agricultural market
l ing to speak on “World Markets."
A native Nebraskan, he wa>
bom in Dixon County and holds
degrees from Moraingside and
Iowa State Colleges. He has been
president of the Iowa Farm Bur
eau Federation for five years and |
served as national president of
the farm organization from 1947
Although he still retains an
active interest in his Iowa farm
operations, Mr, Kline has a full
schedule of activities evolving
from his membership on a host
of important national and inter
national cobmmittees and organ
Most recent of these has been
the request from President Eisen
hower to serve as chairman of the
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