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Bud.—I have Btudied bo hard.
Please tell me if I will pass the
test I took?
Ans: I am happy to predict
that the test you took In the GOV
ERNMENT SERVICE was a suc
cessful ono—Your hard work and
excellent grade will enable you to
secure a RAILROAD POSTAL
CLERK JOB. You’ll secure this
job during the next year.
H. B.—Which girl has the best
chance with this boy?
Ans: The other girl which your
boy friend has been going with is
about FOUR YEARS YOUNGER
than you are which makes her a
little more attractive to him
than you are—However, you have
just as good a chance to win him
as she has, for sue is very JEAL
OUS, and that is something ho
doesn’t like at all.
F. E. N.—Is my brother well?
What is the trouble with him?
Ans: There is nothing physic
ally wrong with your brother. He
was very dinsatisfied at CAMP,
and left there to seek work. He
felt that ho would have a better
chance to make a success olse
M. A. T.—Is it advisable for me
to resume my former position?
Ana: Under the present cir
cumstances, I would advise you to
give it up. The offer which was
put before you seems to be UN
USUALLY PROSPEROUS, and
would be a wise change for you.
If. C.—Will I ever accomplish
what I have In mind?
Ans: Jt will be a hard climb
for you to get to the top in your
profession without any aid—
Therefore, you should hold on to
this man that has been such a
friend to you—He’ll be the mak
ing of your SUCCESS.
M. A. C.—Should I continue
keeping company with the friend
I am going with?
Ans: Yes—However, I advise
you to seek other company also.
If you continue to stay with one
person so much and not try to
have other friends you can’t ex
pect to ever be very POPUIjAR.
A. V. Y.—Is it true that my
husband doesn’t love me as he
once did? Is someone coming be
tween us ?
Ans: It certainly isn’t true
about your husband for he is still j
in love with you—However, since
you have been ill, you have been
rather neglectful and haven’t |
taken as much interest In him and
your home affuirs as you should.
You should IMPROVE IN YOUR
WAYS a little more.
P. A. M.—Will my daughter bo,
successful where she is?
Ans: It seems to me that your
daughter will get along all right
Pioneer Woman Dies
In South Carolina
Columbia, S. C., Dec. 14, (ANP)
—Stricken while attending the
funeral of a former employee, Dr.
Matilda Arabella Evans died here
Sunday afternoon and funeral
services were held from the St.
Lukes Episcopal church and in
terment at the Palmetto cemetery
Dr. Evans was one of the first
women to practice medicine in the
state of South Carolina. Born in
Aiken, she completed her early
education in her home town and
later went to Pennsylvania where
she graduated from the school of
medicine of the University of
Pennsylvania, after which she re
turned to her native state.
She established the Lane hos
pital and Nurse Training school,
here, which she headed until her
death. Under her guidance the
institution not only made rapid
progress but as an outstanding
feature of the program a clinic
for children was started through
which many children who because
of lack of funds would have been
denied medical treatment, was ac
corded both medical and surgical
Scores of both races gathered
at the St. Lukes Episcopal church
to pay tribute to her and followed
th-j funeral procesion to the ceme
tery. She was counted among
South Carolina’s leading citizens
in CLEVELAND, OHIO, and will
make enough money to live on.
Even though she won’t be much
of a success there, she'll be better
off to remain since she is so sat
M. C.—J)fd my boy friend mean
what he said?
Ans: He certainly did — Ho
would never have asked you to be
come his wife unless he was se
rious about it—I don’t believe
you'll be sorry if you ACCEPT.
D. L.—Please tell me why
things go like they do in my
Ans: Money is the main cause
—You can hardly expect to keep
from worrying when you have so
many bills hanging over your
head. The sooner you learn to
live within your means the better
off you 11 be.
I* P. T.—Is it money or indif
ference that causes this party to
be like he is? J can’t understand
Ans: It is neither of these
things. This boy you are associ
ating with just isn’t interested
onough to tell you much about
hin\ He hasn’t much use for
women, and anything you learn
about him, you’ll have to find out
from somo other source—He is
very close mouthed.
NOTE]—Your question printed
free in this column. For private
reply send 25e and (self addressed
stamped envelope for by New
Astrological Reading and receive
by return mail my advice on three
questions froe. Sign your full
name, birthdate and correct ad
dress. Address Abbe’ Wallace,
P. O. Box—11, Atlanta, Georiga.
Whites in NAACP
Oklahoma City, Okla., Dec. 14,
(ANP)—Whites in many parts of
Oklahoma are manifesting great
interest in the NAACP, according
to William Pickens, field secre
tary, and Roscoe Dunjee, editor of
The Black Dispatch, who are now
touring in the interests of that or
fn Oklahoma City Sunday night
a white audience In the Congre
gational church heard Pickens dis
cuss the race problem and after
ward crowded around him for an
hour, asking questions. He re
ceived invitations to speak at Ok
lahoma City U. and at the state
university in Norman. At Ard
more, near the Texas line, curious
whites attended the meeting and
many joined the organization
which was formed with 71 mem
bers. One of the joiners is an
Ardmore ex-mayor and another
white was elected to the branch
Pickens and Dunjee plungtwl
south into Texas. They plan to
returned to this state Decemebr 2
for the Jess Hollins re-trial, and
then went back into the Lone Star
state for another month.
The people of Omaha are In
vited to attend the International
Christmas Festival to be given in
the auditorium of the Young
Women’s Christian Association
on Tuesday evening, December
17th, at eight o’clock.
Fifteen nationalities will par
ticipate. There will be no charge
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i At the regular monthly meet
ing of tho Board of Directors of
tho Lincoln Urban League two
new members were elected to fill
existing vacancies. Rev. 0. J.
Burckhardt, long time resident of
Lincoln, one of Nebraska’s out
standing citizens and chairman of
11 h e local Emergency advisory
council of the Lincoln Urban
League was elected to fill the
place left vacant by Mrs. Mary
Holmes who now resides in Wash
ington, D. C. Clyde W. Malone
was appointed in the place of Guy
Wiley who has moved to Scotts
bluff, Nebraska. Mr. Malone, a
graduate of the University of Ne
braska, school of Business admin
istration, is a former executive of
what was the largest Negro in
surance enterprise, the National
Benefit Insurance Company. He
is a member of one of Lincoln’s
older families and an outstanding
church worker. He was most re
cently connected with the Phyllis
Wheatley Association in Minne
Tho board took up and tran
sacted many matters of business
importance. The most importaant
of which was the allocations of
the 1936 budget funds as ap
propriated by the Community
Tho date for the formal opening
of the new community center was
set for Friday, December 20th.
Tho luncheon meeting was held
Friday noon at the Grand hotel.
Rev. H. Spann, 616 N. 23rd St.,
received a message at 4 p. m. that
his brother who lives in Alliance
passed away this afternoon. Rev.
Spann has the prayers and sym
pathy of his Lincoln friends.
Mr. John Irvin, one of Lincoln’s
enterprising citizens has been
given a clerical position under the
new set up. John is active in the
work of the A. M. E. church.
Mr. James Dean after having
had many operations and counted
out so far as his friends were
concerned for dead, has taken a
renewed lease on life, and is
again on his old job at the country
club. Jimmie has won for himself
the respect of the leading white
citizens of Lincoln, because 'he
: has proven himself trustworthy.
Mr. Wyatte and Margarite
i Williams are two enterprising
j yofung people that their friends
should be justly proud of because
they are setting a presidence of
Rev. I. II. Smith has made a
reputation for himself, and th
race, as a main distributor at the
I capital. Rev. Smith has th * com
I liined respect of the many off
'cials connected with the building
Mr. Hay Holbeom, who :s a col
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New York, Dec. 14, (ANP)—
Harold P. Gosnell, associate pro
fessor of political sciences at the
University of Chicago, has just
been awarded the John Anisfield
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young man with a splendid wife.
Ray is an example of what the
proper home training is worth to
Miss Charlotte Loving is mak
ing herself felt as a stenographer
and typist, and is now connected
with the Agriculture college in
her work. She came from one of
our old African Methodist fam
ilies, and since her parents’ death
has made her home with her sister
Dorothy Lewis. The Lewis family
are also splendid young people.
Mr. Lewis is an employee of the
city and has been for several
Rev. Burckhardt spent last Sun
day in Omaha. He filled his old
pulpit at Christ Temple, he also
got to visit many of his friends
and spent Saturday night in
South Omaha with Mr. and Mrs.
George C. Rodd, he was also en
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Greenville, Ala., Dec. 14, (ANP)
■—Election on the first ballot of 10
delegates to the general confer
ence next May and a report by
Mrs. A. C. Alleyne ef $60,000
raised in the past four years by
women for home and foreign mis
sions featured the South Alabama
conference of the A. M. E. Zion
church held in Butler Chapel here
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Bishop Comeron C. Alleyne pre
siding and the Rev. W. E. Carson
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were present, including the Rev.
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