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Kansas City Golfers to
Play Omaha Swastikas
ACE GOLFERS COMPETE FOR
Tie Graves' Tana City Gclf Club
of Kauai City will arrive Saturday
evening to pLay in* Omaha Swatia
ka Golfer*. Sunday October 9th at
F ns* **i G- f Course. Great prep
ara:. ms are b*mg 'made to entertain 1
the golfers for the day.
Marshall a galloway
VICTORS IN GOLF SEMI-FINAL
la a four bote payoff late Tuesday ;
treating, Sc yd V. Galloway aad Law
reae*- Marshal: defeated James Mc
Rae aad H Avaat by five point* in
’•he Item., f.nab >f the Doubles Toura
ament of the Swatiaka Goif Club. The
w-aner will play Jes* Hatter, and
J. D. Crawford it i K hole match
over the Elmwood and Fouteneile
Golk Links, October l#th for the Club
cfcaarpMaafcip Trophies will be a
wa.rded to the winners.
Ktd 4 hocolate Out*lap- Farr
Kid Chocolate punched Johnny
Farr around a Detroit ring Tuesday
Oct. 4., The elu*.ve Cuban beat the
Cleveland Lad mat rounds oat of the
tea that they fought. Thu flashy
pn,de of Cuba ha* lost but 4 fights
■Ittee bis career started
George (xarffrey Reinstated
Gefirg** Godfrey the big husky gent
who fouled fiddle footed Camera, a
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little over 2 years ago. was handed
new boxing license and a slap on the
back by the Pennsylvania Athletic
Commission, Wednesday, Oct. 5.
Tommy Loughran was served with
the same courtesy by the seif same
committee at the same time.
I see where Thomas Jefferson has
a colored lad by the name of Langston
Park'- Parks galloped over the line
on foot, in the third quarter.
I see where Indiana has a fast and
furious man named Babb. Babb plays
with Indiana State. Babb scorded
again the Indianians only touchdown
ag-_ ast Ohio U. Indiana 7, Ohio 6.
Ralph Metcalfe may play Jays here
Saturday. Ralph Metcalfe the lad
that runs rings around them other
runners, may appear in the Marquette
Line-up next Saturday. He may do
every thing to the Creighton Wall.
Cre»rh’o« 6 Haskell 0
For the first time as far back as I
a-, remember, this man Skimp Jones,
did some fine galloping to win over
the Injuns Haskell gave the Blue
Jays a scare when Haskell’s ball rest
ed on their 15 yard line.
SERG. BAILEY ELECTED CHAIR
MAN YARD AND GARDEN
Sgt Isaac Bailey was elected Chair
man and L. L. McVay. Secretary of the
Ii?i2-li»33 Yard and Garden Commit
tee of the Omaha Urban League at a
special meeting held at the League
Headquarters Wednesday evening.
Plans were outlined at this meeting
for one of the most extensive Cam
paigns on Y'ard and Garden beautifi
cation thus far promoted hy the LTrban
For the past three years the Omaha
Urban League has cooperated with
the Chamber of Commerce in spon
soring the Yard and Garden Contest.
I LINCOLN NEWS i
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA NEWS
Loretta S*annigan. Reporter
Mrs. Vashti Mosby entertained at a
foursome Last Wednesday afternoon
at her beautiful home on Rose Street.
Bridge was played with Mrs. Alma
Wiley winning the highest score. Mrs
Mosby served a delicious luncheon.
Mrs. Cieero Johnson entertained
with a bridge foursome at her beauti
ful home last Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Loretta R Swannigan winning
highest score. Mrs. J. Johnson served
a delicious luncheon.
The play The Mother of Men given
by Mrs. Marie Ruggs captain of Club
No. 10 for Quinn Chapel Church was
presented to a nice audience, Friday
night at the Church. Too much can't
be said of this play. It was drama
tized fay Mrs. Anna Ray and directed
by Mrs. Blanche Johnson, assisted by
her talented daughter, Mrs. Dorothy
Dean. Each member of the cast was
very good, because this talented Lady
has really been places and knows
The Urban League was established
last Thursday evening at the beauti
- ul Elk’s Rest. A group of prominent
citizens met and temporarily estab- ■
lished an Urban League. Mr. M illard
Woods was elected temporary chair
man and Mrs. Florence Blooah was
elected temporary secretary. Mr.
Millard Woods is a young man of
splendid character, born and raised in
Lincoln, graduated from the Lincoln
This participation has done much to
stimulate interest on the part of
householders to beautify certain
neighborhoods, according to J. Harvey
Kerns, Executive Sec’y. of the Omaha
Urban League. The plans outlined
Wednesday evening called for block
captains in every neighborhood to see
that some improvements were made
on each yard project. The Committee
will also interest itself in ridding the
community of delapidated shacks and
will put forth special efforts to have
painting and cleaning done by house
The Urban League is distributing
free literature on various phases of
garden projects which were furnished
by the University of Nebraska. Dep’t.
Other members of the Committee
arei E. R. West, R. T. Jowers. E C.
Copeland, Ethel Diamond. Henry Bid
diex. Frank Cole. Rob’t. Jackson. H. G.
Anderson and Walter Craig.
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High also the State University, taught
school two years in Phoenix, Arizona,
and is surely qualified for this posi
tion. Lincoln looks forward to this
young man doing great things in the
future and I am sure Millard will
ma^e good if he gets the cooperation
I ach ami every citizen. Mrs. Flor
ence Blooah is a graduate of the
Sure University, also North Western
University at Chicago. She is a
young lady of splendid character and
just the young lady to assist Mr.
Wcods ;n carrying out his program.
My prayer an loyal support goes with
both these young people.
Mrs. Frank Swannigan entertained
at an eightsome Saturday evening
when Mrs. Gene Edwards is around.
Mrs. Edwards has that way of win
ning friends by always being jolly and
Mrs. Gladys Miller is in a hospital
Mrs. Frank Park3 who has been in
the hospital quite ill, is now home.
The Rev. Mr. Burweil, pastor
of Quinn Chapel, A. M. E. church,
preached his last sermon of the con
ference year. Sunday, Oct. 2nd. Mr.
Bur well has done splendid work since
coming to our city and we hope to
see him back for at least another
Rev. and Mrs. Farmer of Grand Is
land will start a fifteen day Revival
beginning Monday night. Oct. 3rd,
at the Numan Church. 23rd and S.
The public is cordially invited to come
out and take part in these meetings
Little Jean McRae Celebrates
Little Jean McRae, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James McRae, celebrated
her 4th Birthday, Sept. 30. A party
was given in her honor, 12 little girls
Policeman and Mrs. George Thomas
are the proud parents of a fine baby
Mr. Robert (Bud) Allen announces
he is the proud father of a fine baby
boy. Mrs. Allen and baby are doing
fine at the Methodist Hospital
Miss Bessie Mae West, daughter of j
Mr. and Mrs. Earl McConnell, 2705
Miami St. who has been attending
school in Washington, D. C. and mak
ing her home with Mrs. H. J. Ford,
is convalescent at Gallinger hospital
in the Capitol City, after undergoing
a major operation.
Mrs. C. M, Taylor Omaha Visitor
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Arbuckle, had
quite a surprise on Wednesday, Sept.
28th, when Mrs. C. M. Taylor of St.
Louis, the Mother of Mr. Arbuckle
arrived. After reading the OMAHA
GUIDE Mrs. Taylor praised it very
highly. Mrs. Taylor is a talented mu
sician. she played for the A. C.E.
League of Bethel A. M. E. Church
Sunday, Oct. 2nd.
Mrs. Josie Jefferson thanks aB her
many friends who were 30 thoughtful
with their condolences at the passing
of her mother.
Mrs. C. C. Harper returned last
Saturday from a trip to the National
Baptist Convention in Cleveland, Ohio,
and stay in Chicago, for the past
Rev C. C. Harper will be at Zion
Baptist Church Sunday. Oct. 9, 1932.
Zion will open her annual Revival Ser
vice the 3rd. Sunday in October. Let
all come and take part in the reunion
of our Christian Brother- Hood.
UNEMPLOYED MARRIED MEN'S
MEETING OCT. 4th. 1932
The regular meeting of the UMMC.
local B, was called to order by C. C.
Galloway, Pres, Prayer by Rev O.
J. Burckhardt, J. G. Hudson Sec,
read the Constitution of the UMMC,
ror the benefit of those interested.
TBse President stated that anyone in
need of necessities to sustain life this
winter would be given aid after prop
er investigation. Several of the lad
ies present offered te loan their sew.
ing machines for the sewing room.
3 machines have been given and the
program calls for 24. The men mak
ing contact with the farmers bar*
been very successful Jn gathering
vegetates and apples. Those making
contact are John Gardner. N Algas,
George Gorm, Henry Pullum. Sam
uel Green. B. F. Ennis. The women
of the canning department are rush
ing their work in an effort to have
ready SO.OOC quarts of vegetables and
fruits for the needy families. The
speakers of the day. Rev. Burck
harat. Rev. Boodle, Rev. Alien. Dea
eon Watson and several others. Rev.
Burekhardt moved fcr a rising vote
of thanks to Mrs Sterling for her
untiring efforts in the canning room
activities. Move executed by aB those
present. Mr. Willard Cbue was given
permission by a unanimous vote to
URAL CARTER TO SING AT THE
Ural Carter the singing cook, that
sang so good at the Rrtz Theater,
Saturday, is to sing and play a lead
ing role, in the floor show at the Vaga
bond Club, 4112 No. 52nd St. Carter
has never studied music but has a way
of studying and practicing with out
the aid of a teacher. Carter finds it
harder to sing a Jazz or Blues Song,
but he can strut his stuff when it
comes to singing them classics baL
lads and spirituals. The boy is Great!
HARLEM IN HEAVEN to be
shown at the Ritz. A new Lincoln
Picture, starring Bill Robinson and a
good colored cast, will be shown at:
the Ritz Theatre soon. Mr. Taylor, i
manager of the Ritz, may have a lit
tle difficulty in getting this well de
manded production for the month of j
November, which leaves us unable to ;
give you the correct date.
The Three Keys to Go to RKO Stage
Slim. Bob, and Bon Bon. the three
entertainers that peddle their wares
to the Columbia Broadcasting Com
pany, every Thursday, Friday. Sat-1
urday and Sunday nights, can find no
Advertisers to pay their charges and
wiT have to use the Orpheum Circuit j
as an alternative.
nromote a dance for the benefit of
the UMMC. Branch B. The dance
to be given at the Dreamland Oct.
24th. Mr Chne is bringing the fam
ous orchestra of Jean Calloway direct
from New York City. A jolly good
time will be had by all who attend.
Donors of cash and supplies will be
announced next week.
In the matter of the estate of Mal
lory Hazzard deceased.
Notice is herby given: that the
creditors of said deceased will meet
the administrator of said estate be
fore me. County Judge of Douglas
County. Nebraska, at the County
Court Room, in said County, on the
1st day of December 1932 and on the
1st day of February 1933 at 9 o'clock
A. M . each day, for the purpose o-f
presenting their elaims for examin
ation, adjustment and allowance.
Three months are allowed for the
creditors to present their claims,
from the 1st day of November 1932.
Notice of Administration
In the County Court of Douglas
In the Matter of the Estate of
Mallory Hazzard. deceased.
All persons interested in said
estate are hereby notified that a
petition has been filed in said
Court alleging that said deceased
died leaving no last will and pray
ing for administration upon his
estate, and that a hearing will be
had on said petition before said
court on the 1st day of October
1932, and that if they fail to ap
Household Science Institute
You folk icho think that honest Abe
Sprang from a meagre clay.
Jr it read hov Father L. tcos garbed
Upon Hi -redding day!
TOM LINCOLN'S WEDDING
mother of Abra
had reason to
feel proud of
when the two
were married by
the Rev. Jesse Bead in the home
of Richard Berry tn Elzabethtown,
Xy 126 years ago In Jnne.
Tbe-e has recently come to
light, reports Dr. Louis A. Warren
of the Lincoln National Life Foun
dation, the tM account book at
31eakly and Montgomery, mer
chants in Elzabethtown. where
TboGtas Lincoln did his trading in
prefacing for his wedding day. The
book shows that he had to his
credit in the store at the time he
began buying material for his wed
41 nz apparel about 49 pounds.
Vhile the pound may hare been
wort-, something less than $5 at
Kan time, his credit with this firm
one must have amounted to about
, The year before he had paid
SSJfi for a new hat, and 52.19 for
" pair of suspenders. Then in
2£ay. 19C?. the month before his
rxr^iixg, he made purchases total
fay 5112.70. which included such
reams as “Cassimere.” thread, but
£*®s. tatfr-e. etc. As was the pre
vsfiBag custom of his day. this mer
chandise was worked tn for him
hr an Srizabethnwn tailor into a
▼Nt of cloches made specially for
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Try the Original
I* J. W. BENSON*
2304 North 16th Street
Can WE. 3057—Deliver
pear at said Court on the said 1st
day of October 1932, at 9 o'clock
a. bl to contest said petition, the
Coart may grant the same and
grant administration of said es
tate to Ray L. Williams or some J
other suitable person and proceed
to a settlement thereof.
Atty. H. J. Pmekrt.
In the matter of the estate of Eliza
Notice is hereby given: That
the creditors of said deceased will
meet the administrator of said es
tate. before me. County Judge of
Douglas County. Nebraska, at the
bounty Court Room, in said
bounty, on the 1st day of Novem
ber 1932. and on the 3rd dav of
January 1933, at 9 o'clock A.' M.
each day. for the purpose of pres
enting their claims for examin
ation. adjustment and allowance.
Three months are allowed for the
creditor* to present their claims,
from the 1st day of October 1932.
James E. Bodnar. Atty. at Law
?24 First Natl. Bank Bldg.,
Notice of hearing on application
of Adolph Musil. executor of the
last will and testament of Math
ilde M. Peters, deceased, for Lic
ense to sell real estate.
To the heirs-at-law. devisees
legatees, next of kin and all per
sons interested in the estate of
Mathilde M. Peters, deceased.
You are hereby notified that on
August 30. 19:32 on the petition of
Adolph Musil, executor of the last
will and testament of Mathilde M.
Peters, deceased, filed in the dis
trict Court of Douglas Countv.
Nebraska, and being Doc. 287 and
294 of the records of said Court,
the following order was duly
made and entered.
Order To Show C&uae
On reading the petition, duly
verified, of Adolph Musil, execut
or of the last will and testament
of Mathilde M. Peters, deceased
for license to sell the East thirty
< 30) feet of Lot Five (5) Block
5) Bowery Hill Addition to Om
aha. Douglas County, Nebraska,
and also to sec the interest of
said deceased in and to Lot
Twelve (12) in J. E. Ryley’s sub
division of Lots Fifty-four (54)
and Fifty-five (55; of S. E Rog
ers plot of Oklahoma, an Addition
in Douglas County, Nebraska,
held under certain land contract,
either or both of said above des
cribed tracts, for the purpose of
paying claims due and owing by
said estate and the costs of ad
It appearing that there are not
sufficient funds and personal
property in said estate to pay
such calims and that it is neces
sary that the real estate belong
ing to said estate, or so much
thereof as may be necessary, be
sold for the purpose of raising
sufficient funds to pay claims and
costs of administration of said
It is therefore ordered that, the
heirs, devisees, legatees, next of
kin and all persons interested in
the above described real estate be
and they hereby are required and
ordered to appear before me in
Court Room No. 8 in the Court
House of Douglas County, Omaha
Nebraska on the 13th day of Oct
ober, 1932, at 9 o’clock a. m„ to
show cause, if any therebe, why
lieense should not be granted to
Adolph Musil, executor of the
last will and testament of Math
ilde M. Peters, deceased to sell at
public saie, in the manner provid
ed by law, the above described
real estate, or so much thereof as
may be necessary to pay the
elaims allowed against said es
tate and the costs of administra
tion thereof. It is further order
ed that a copy of this order be
published far four consecutive
weeks in the Omaha Guide, a leg
al Newspaper published and in
circulation in said Douglas County
next before the hearing on said
application. Omaha, Nebraska,
August 30. 1932.
By the Court,
W. G. Hastings. Judge.
In the District Court of Douglas
Lavida Butler, Plaintiff, vs. Clem
W. Butler, defendant. Doc. 285, page
No. 1. NOTICE TO NON-RESI
TO CLEM W. BUTLER, non-resident
Defendant: You are hereby notified
that Lavida Butler filed a petition a
gainst you in the District Gotcrt of
Douglas County, Nebraska, on the
2th Day of May? 1932, in the case of
Lavida Butler, Plaintiff, vs. Clem W.
Butler, Defendant, Docket 285, Page
No. 1, the prayer of which requests
the Court to annul the raarraige be
tween you and this Plaintiff on the
grounds of desertion and non-support.
You are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 28th day of Nor
ember, 1932, or the allegations of the
said petition wiU be taken ms t*zn©,
W. B. Bryant, Attorney.
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