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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1934)
Should Be Sheriff
At no time in the life
of men are their lives
and character, so close
ly looked-into as it is
when they are seeking
Tuesday, August 14,
the people of this state
will go to the polls to
nominate men to con
duct the affairs of the
nation, state and coun
ty. There are 12,000
Negroes living in Oma
ha and Douglas county,
whose civic securtiv has
been threatened in the
past few years and is
growing worse everv
’ A man for the office of Sher
iff of Douglas County is to he
nominated at, the primaries.
This is the most important office
an the county. Our life, liberty
we have studied with frreat care
and happiness is in the hands of
'the County Sheriff. Therefore
'the life and public record of
1 Commissioner Barber and we
present him as the most logical
candidate for onr people’s sup
port for th^s office. He is con
siderate, conservative, free from
racial perjudiee,. unhampered by
A native of Ohio, the state,
whose people are known for the
sacrifice made in behalf of our
‘people in conducting of the
underground railroad, assisting
thousands of our people to free
dom: caused “Uncle Tom’s Cab
in’’ to be wrote, which brought
about the Civil War, freeing four
million black. slaves. We, as
citizens of IXmglas County can
not. afford to go on record, as re
fusing to give him our support.
If you wish to know how Mr.
Barber, stood, on the employ
ment of Negroes look at his rec
ord, while in charge of the
'Smelters. Mr. Bayfield Parker,
a businessman at 2522 Lake street
v.iill tell you that more Negroes
were employed at the Smelters,
•under Mr. Barber, than ever be
f re or since.
The Negroes know how they
•>re subjected to mistreatment at
ihe hands of officers. No Negro
is safe unless he is protected by
a man of sound principle and
high character. 5 oil will
‘hat Commissioner Barber is such
There has been some
misrepresent at i o n on
this subject and we are
placing this in the Oma
ha Guide that the Color
ed people may be cor
c Political Advertsement)
READER FOR JOHN F.
...A vote for John F. Rohn for noni
ntion for Governor oca the Democrat
ic ticket in primary. Tuesday. Aug.
14, is a vote for more jobs in the
I State institutions for the Negroes in
the State of Nebraska, so says Mr.
Wallace R- Wilson, campaign man
ner for Mr J- F. Rohn’s activities
in Douglas County.
“ BIIX GREEN, CANDIDATE FOR ’
COUNTY SURVEYOR ENDORSED BY
THE GOODt'ELLOWS CU B OF 100
The good-fellows Club of 100 have
made a check of the candidates for
Public officers, having in mind at the
time of the Investigation to acquaint
the voting public of the merits and
qualifications of the respective Candi
Do you know that the three hundred
positions are available in the County
Surveyor's office At the present time
n. '\w>f these positions are held by acolor
ed voters, caused by the fact, that dur
ing the past IS years wa have -’atvl
.cm ■ •)< e who has turned his back
on us when it came time to fill these
positions. Are we going to continue
to sup -i t men. vchl do not give us repre
■,e t;>t) ,r i-im time has come for the
Colorad Voters of Omaha to say No
William (Bill) Green, has been fair
In the past, and we can depend upon
him in the future. Bill Green, during
his 11 yean as foreman of the Omaha
street (loaning department, under
Dean Noyes, had employed more colored
employes, than any other Department of
our city government. Not because they
were colored, but because, as ha says,
they were dpendable, and rendered ef
t 1 v’*' i v '
Bill Green says "that if elected Coun
ty Surveyor, he win continue the same
policy of giving Colored voters their
i I- "( representation, and will be giv
en Jobs based upon our ability to per
farm them.' ,
Such a fair statement reserves the
support of every Colored Voter in the
City and County. We the Goodfellows
club of 100, urged our fritnds to vote
and work fop nomination and election
of Bill Green fr County Surveyor of
the; goodfellows club of io«
John O. Wood, Chairman Chas. Miller
D. W. Young W. Reynolds
Hyle A. Patton * Walter Jones
Meal Parker Dewitt Ray
Bill Owens E. T- Summett. Jr.
| Harry Igard F. L. Nelson
Geo. H. Heinke
“A Republican and proud of It!”
26 years as a lawyer.
12 years as County At
3,000 criminal cases prose
“Quit ‘mollycoddling' the crimi
nal and end the reign of the
Louis Kin? '
Ed (Bearcat) Wrght
William F. Senter
M. L. Harris
Will Norma n
James Carroll «
G. L. Aken
t« m ■ ..
1 ELECT— I
| Democrat for
i A citizen of Omaha 50 Years
i 30 Years Practical Real Estate
Has saved many homes for the
owners—is a friend of the little fel
^ A st(ccessful business man.
? Home owners could n<*t |1e t a
i truer friend.
I ELECT SCHROEDER—
; —COUNTY ASSESSOR
WORLD WAR VETERAN
1 COUNTV DEMOCRATIC CLUB
"/ work all the time and feel strong . . ”|
' in ~rm m i ■— :ymcw»
You Can Escape
Women who must be on the job every
day need Lydia E. Pinkham’s Tablets.
They not only relieve periodic pain and
discomfort. . . they help to correct the
CAUSE of your trouble. If you take them
regularly ... and if yours is not a surgical
case .. . you should be able to escape
Chocolate coated ... convenient... de
pendable. Sold by all druggists. New small
I am 27 and a textile winder in the mill. I had cramps so
bad that I had to cry many times. I used to stay in bed two
days a month. Lydia E. Pinkham’s Tablets helped me wonder
fully. For the first time in my life I do not suffer. I can work all
the tune now and feel strong.—Mrs. Bennie Coates, 1963 Ter
race it., Muskegon, Mich.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM’S TABLETS
^^^^^^_^AJbtertne-Tonic and Sedative for Women
-—»-■- .. -,*4.3(1
lour vote for Wm. Barber is your en
dorsement for a man who kept his
faith and campaign promises.
In less than a year he saved over
$18,000,000 at (’learview Home.
Put him in the Sheriff's office whore he
mil l»e free to really save (this County
HKI.P WM. RARRKR HECP TOC
Primary Klction - Aug. 14th
Klctipn - Nov. 0th
ENDORSES BILL GREEN
I Fritz Geirhardt
Endorses bill green """
L. L. Wilson
! Clyde Gillojry
( William Champenoy
| John Flanulgan
i Ace Molner
| Charles Compton
! Henry Kratky
DWIGHT GRISWOLD TO
SPEAK AT KRUG PARK
AT “JUBILEE ANNIVER
SARY” AUGUST 6TH
Dwight Griswold, who is leading the
field for the Republican nomination
for governor will spenk at the “Jubi
lee Anniversary” Celebration at Krug
Park August 6th, at 7 p. m.
Griswold Is closing an intensive speak
ing campaign in which he has spoken
in nearly 200 towns. That out-state
Griswold is assured by the large crowds
that have attended his meetings.
Griswold was the Republican Candi
date for Governor two years ago. In
i the •j.mrwign he v ;ed 3S2 towns In!
the fall election by 157,000 votes, Gris
wold was defeated by only 36,000, oj. a
difference of 122.000 in his voting
strength. Because of the fight that he
made two years ago against the over
whelmingly adds presented by the
Roosevelt landslide, the Republicans '
titled to the nomination this year.
They also feel that the Republican par- '
ty has been kept alive in this state, and
will win this fall, because of his lead
ership and the fight he made two years 1
Said Mr. Harley O. Parsons, Mr.
Griswald's oampoiEjn manager: that
A pool of the State that has just been
completed by the Nebraska Press As
sociation Indicates that Griswold should
carry approximately every county in
the State over his nearest rival. C- A
Sorensen of Lincoln. A pod taken by
the Nebraska City News Press and by
sevepal private organizations also show
Griswold fr in the lead ou tstate.
Says Mr. John Benj. Horton, Jr.,
Editor and Owner of the Omaha Chro
nicle and close friend of Mr. Griswold: <
"The Jubilee Anniversary” celebration
s fortunate in securing Dwight Gris
wold as one of its speakers, as every
thing points to him as the next Ooveru
>r nf Nebraska.
MICHAEL L. ENDRES
Democrat For ..
CLERK OF THE
FORMER SHERIFF OF DOUGINAS
.. COUNTY) MY MOTTO:
•‘A Square Deal for AM"
Your vote will be appreciated
W. H. “Bin”
In business 33 years in Douglas County.
Married. Horne Owner. Taxpayer. He is
known to Ire charitable, human and kind to
his fellow-man and honest in his dealings.
Me. Dorranee will appreciate your vote
? f the coming primaries.
CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT
Primary Election Aug. 14 General Election Nov. 6
Wm. E. Davis
Irvin H. Janing
M. C. James
John D. Thompson
W. H. Gampen
Edgar D. Thompson
C. Ray McKay
J. €. Owens
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