The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, September 26, 1936, CITY EDITION, Page TWO, Image 2

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    SOUTH OMAHA NEWS NOTES
Rev. and Mrs. E. M. White left
Wednesday for the C. M. E. con
ference at Kansas City. Prom there
they will go to their home in
Earlsboro, Okla. Rev. and Mrs.
White have been visiting their
non, Mr. Jas. White, 6616 So. 30
St., and family.
Mrs. TVana Henderson and Mrs.
Jessie Riddles will give an old
fashion dinner Saturday, Sept. 26,
at Mrs. Henderson’s residence, 2604
N St., for the benefit of the Met
ropolitan Spiritual Church, of
which Rev. R. Johnson is pastor.
Miss Ethel Davis, 5403 So, 24th
St., has returned from Little Rock
Ark. She was accompanied home
by her grandmother, Mrs. Rector
and her cousin, Miss Alice Moore.
Mrs. Florence MfcCl intort, 6511
So. 31 St, is ill.
The dinner given Thursday by
the Bethel Baptist church, was a
great success. Over 185 dinxreifc
were served.
Mrs. Vashti Crosley returned to
her home in Nashville, Ark., after
visiting hr brother, Mr. Elgin
Booth, 2723 R St., and family.
Mrs. I>aisy Thrift left Thurs
day, Sept. 17, for her home in
Wynne, Ark., after visiting her
nieee, Mrs. Rose Hinton, 5216 So.
28th St.
Mias Annie Franklin, 5622 So.
32nd St, returned to Knoxville
college, Knoxville, Tenn., Saturday.
Mias Franklin is a sophomore at
this college.
Diamond T Club Entertains
For Miss Annie Franklin
The Diamond T club entertained
Friday night at Woodson Center.
at a farewell party for Miss Annie
Franklin, who left Saturday for
Knoxville college. Some fifty or
moro persons enjoyed an evening
of dancing and socializing in gen
eral.
Mr. H. Merrill is indisposed.
Fire at Lee Residence
Fire of unknown origin destroy
ed a partition of Mr. W. Ix?e’s re
sidence, 2908 R St., some bedding
as well as some clothing early
Sunday morning.
Little Donald Rose, small son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rose, is vi
siting his aunts, Mrs. Berry Car
bins and Mrs. Joseph Oates of
Council Bluffs, la.
Mrs. Carrie Knox was forced to
return to the city from Kansas
City because of recurring ill
ness of her son, Mr. Ralph Knox.
Loving Four Giving Music Treat
The Loving Four will give a ten
day program at Union Memorial
church, 33rd and U Sts., beginning.
Monday, Sept. 21.
Mr, and Mi’s. John Gilmore,
Mrs. Bessie Gilmore, Mr. and Mia.
Sam Break field and Mrs. Tennes
see Webb, went to Meadows, Neb.,
on a fishing trip Tuesday.
Mrs. Sylvia Whiteside left Sept.
15 for Kansas City, Mo., where
she will attend the Convocation.
Tho Church of God in Christ,
30th and V Sts., held a Parry Meet-!
ing the past Saturday nierht. Meet-1
ing was held all night. One soul
was reclaimed. Elder Geo. Hayden |
is pastor of this church.
Get your copy of the Omaha
Guide at the J. C. Harris Grocery j
store, 5224 So. 30th St. When you
make out your grocery needs be
sure to add a copy of the Omaha
Guide, that you might keep up
■with the happenings in South Oma
ha.
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OMAHA AGENT
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ANNUAL WOMEN’S DAY
Sunday Sept. 27 at Allen's Chapel
PROGRAM
7:30-1030 . . Breakfast
Mrs. Sadie Green, hostess
11 A. M.: Mrs. F. Redd presiding
Sermon: Mrs. Claudia Farmer
Prayer: Mother Margaret Bolds
Special Music . Bethel A. M. E.
Junior Choir
Announcements
1:00-3:00 Dinner
Mrs. Mabel West, hostess
3 P. M. Mrs. Northcrose, presiding
Special Music Ladies Choir
Prayer Beulah Johnson
Paper, “Community Health"
Mrs. Hioronymous, Consulting
Home Mnker, Woodson Center
Piano Solo Miss Alice Gamer
Selection Ladies Choral Group
Miss Addie Foxal, Directress
Address Rev. Mrs. 1 ruxon
Selection Ladies Choral Group
Reading Miss Nannie Rhone
Offering — Announcements
4:00-7:00 . “Fall Tea”
Auspices, Busy Club
Hostesses: Mrs. G. Martin
Mrs. Dennis Womack
Mrs. Nadlie Sholes
8.00 P. M. Mrs. M. Rhone presiding
Dvotional (10 min.) Mrs. M. Glass
Singing .. Audience
Led By Rev. J. S. Williams
Dramatic Presentation .
Miss Ella Mae Franklin
Vocal Solo. Mrs. Milburn Green
Selection . ladies Choral Graup
Rev J, S. Williams Director
Address Mrs. Aaron McMillian
Returned Missionary of Africa
Selection ladies Choral Group
Offering
n nouncements Pastor
Rev. B. C. Stevenson
Benediction
McGill and Davis restaurant
owners are now handling the Oma
ha Guide. If you live in that vic
inity, or chance to be passing by
purchase your copy there.
news Help make the South Oma
ha news column grow by giving
the reporter news. If you cannot
see her tor any reason, give your
new's in copy form to the person
who sold you your Gide with the
request that it be turned over to
the reporter.
Sumlay, Sopt. 27 will be Women’s
Day at Allen’s Chapel. The morn
ing message will be delivered by
Mrs. Fanner; night, service will
be in charge of Mrs. Truxon.
Mrs. Aaron McMillian, returned
Missionary of Africa, will also ad
dress the group. Mrs. M. Bowles
will read t.he opening scripture
lesson at the 11:00 a. m. service.
See complete program elsewhere
on this page.
Rirniintfham Daily
Hits Lynch Record
Under Talmadffe
Birmingham, Sept. 26—(AN!’)
—On the day last week that white
Georgians marched to the poll to
defeat Gov. Talmadgo’s quest for
>a senate seat by a margin of 6 to
1, tho Birmingham Post took an
editorial shot at the Georgian who
is notoriously anti-Roosevelt and
who has Beverly critized the New
Deal for the consideration given
Negro citizens.
Under the heading, “The Shame
of Talmadgc,” the Post said:
“The people of Geogla are
voting in the primary in which
Governor Talmadgc is a can
didate for the U. S. Senate.
“We trust that law-respect
ing Georgians will Dear in
mind that since January 11,
193J
“Eleven Georgians have
been lynched,
“No lyncher has been pun
ished.
“-All in the administra
tion of this man who has
mouthed much about up
holding the Constitution.”
Compliments of
Sam Greenleaf
COUNTY ASSESSOR
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West Indies Ban
“Green Pastures”
Georgetown, British Guiana,
Sept —(By Samuel A. Boyea
for A. N. P.)—West Indians have
been denied the pleasure of seeing
“The Green Pastures,” the miracle
of the theatre which has not be
come the miracle of the screen. It
is claimed that there are certain
features which are “objectionable”
and might not react very nicely in
n Oarribbean community. Again, it
is also said that the film is saerili
guos, especially the role played by
Rex Ingram representing “De
Lawd.”
The film was banned in Trinidad,
West Indian island which houses
the British Colonial Film Exchan
ge and is the chief distributing
cinema, centre in these parts. The
West Indian Press launched a tor
rific: broadside on the Board of
Censors.
The “Port of Spain Gazette,”
the father, of West Indies journal
ism stated:
"Considerable discussion has
been provoked by the banning of
thefilm, “Green Pastures” and, in
connection we have received num
berless letters complaining of the
manner in which our film censors
do their work. FV>r our part, we
haev never maintained that they
aro wonderfully proficient in their
methods; and, as a matter of fact,
tho present eonsitiution of the
Board oppears to us to leave much
to bo desired.
“Tho grounds of their decision
seems strange, since the actors
and the film company took the
great risk of making the film
knowing as they must have done,
that a considerable jiortion of the
cinema going public would give it
a wide berth. In some of the cor
respondence we have received, the
claim is being made that the film
has been banned because it is a
Negro film, but we cannot bring
ourselves to think that such a mo
tive would have entered into the
minds of the Board of Censors.
Their is not the duty to descend to
such a level. We however think
that the time has come when they
should be a Board of Appeal.”
Every effort is being made to
get the decision squashed.
Fight For Freedom
Wilmington Hell-Hop
Wilmington, N. C., Sept. 26—(C)
—George Wheeler, jr., 21-year-old
high school student and bellhop at
the Carolina Beach hotel, who is
held for re-selling a pint of ABC
store liquor to an employee of two
Wilmington drys, Isaac C. Wright
and Dan J. Herrin, is boinir defend
ed by Aaron Goldberg against a
sentence to four months on the
county farm. The care has been
appealed to superior court.
Wheeler testified be had the li
quor for his own use and Raymond
L. White, an employee of the drys,
begged him for it, saying he had
a sick friend in a car. It developed
that White was paid $100 to secure
evidence that the ARC store li
quor was being peddled. Wheeler
told the court White bribed and
framed him. Goldberg said: "Sure
ly public policy forbids a court
I'n m upholding such tactics as have
; been shown in this ease,’’
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Address Abbe' Wallace, P. 0. Box—11, Atlanta, Georgia.
R. M. M.—I am anxious to know
if the man that I met a few weeks
ago means all the nice things that
he insists on telling me?
A ns: He is sincere when he tells
you to develop your DANCING as
ho realizes your talent. .. he does
not want you to take him too seri
ously in regards to the vacation
in MAINE this fall for he isn’t
thinking of going up there.
D. G.—It is my intention to file
a suit against the company that my j
son worked for and I would like j
for you to tell me what is the best
way for me to go about it I read ,
and enjoy everything you write.
Ans: Don’t take legal steps just
yet make another attempt to
see the manager of the company
your son worked for before re
ceiving injuries. If you will let the
company know the purpose of
your mil it seems to me that they
will arrange an immediate settle
ment.
W. E. S.—Why did the boy I
went with for a year or so call me
for a date and when I gave it to
him he called me l*ack and broke
it?
Does he still care?
Ans: He isn’t very interested so
don’t get yourself excited over
him again. He wanted you to fill ;
in with him and join a party but j
later found out his REGULAR |
GIRL was back in town and he de- |
cided to cancel the engagement j
with you.
M. M. C.—Please tell me if you I
think it wise for me to go ahead
■with my plans for Halloween?
Ans: Yes.as it is time for
you to begin mapping out your
PROGRAM for your Halloween
danco and entertainment that you
wish to feature at your place. It is
my opinion that you will have a
much lurger crowd than you had
on Labor Day.
S. L). W. What is left for me
t > do in regards to my son? I am
so worried ?
Arts: Stop worrying.he will
RETURN TO SCHOOL this month
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COUNTY COURT HOUSE
although he will be a week or two
late. He realizes the mistake that
he has made and is sorry- I
don’t see a similar act of this kind
in his future life.
M. N.—Please tell me do you
think that I should go ahead and
take this trip? I foel I should not
go
Ans: Of course you should go.
your GRANDMOTHER would be
very disappointed if you did not
come to her in INDIANA with
your two sisters. You will have a
much better time than you believe
for she has planned many social
activities for you there.
L. E.—Should I get married?
The man I go with likes my cook
ing so well he says he wants me to
marry him.
Ans: He loves you.and he
loves the DELICIOUS MEALS you
prepare too. You could be happy
together.
Best Wishes from
ft. G. HASTINGS
Who Asks Your Vots for
DISTRICT JUDGE
At the Coming Election
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Nebraska, Legal Advisor of Omaha
Welfare Board, Member of Nebr
aska Legislature,
All relief money should be
spent on those who are unemploy
ed and need it. Ishall do all I can
to keep it out of the pockets of
the politicians and administration
favorites.
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NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT
DEFENDANT
In the District Court of Douglas
County, Nebraska:
To: Luther Simmons, whose
place of residence and upon whom
personal service cannot be had.
Defendant.
A'OU ARE HEREBY notified
tlhat on the 15h day of May, 1936,
Jewell Simmons, as plaintiff filed
her petition against you in the Dis
rict Court of Douglas County, Ne
braska, Docket 319, Page 364, the
object and prayer of which is to
obtain a divorce from you on the
grounds of desertion, cruelty and
non-support.
You are hereby required to an
swer said petition on or before the
12th day of November, 1936, or
said petition will be taken as true.
Jewell Simmons, Plaintiff,....
By John Adams, Jr.,
9-5 4t 9-26 Her Atttrney
W. B. Bryant, Atty.
2722 Binney St., Omaha, Nebr
Probate Notice
In the matter of the estate of
Charles MeCant, Desceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
creditors of the said deceased will
meet the administrator of said es
tate, before me, County Judge of
Douglas Couny, Nebraska, at the
County Court room, in said County,
on the 2nd day of November, 1935
and on the 2nd day of January,
1937, at 9 o’clock a. m. each day,
for the purpose of presenting their
claims for examination, adjustment
and allowance. Three months are
allowed for the creditors to pre
sent their claims from the 2nd day
of October, 1936.
Bryce Crawford
County Judge
9-19-3t
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In the matter of the estate of
Millie Anderson, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given: that the
creditors of the said deceased will
meet the administrator of said es
tate, before me, County Judge of
Douglas County, Nebraska, at the
County Court room, in said County,
on the 9th day of November, 1936
and on the 9th day of January,
11937, at 9 o’clock a. m., each day
for the purpose of presenting their
claims for examination, adjustment
and allowance. Three months are
allowed for the creditors topresent
their claims, from the 9th day of
October 1936.
Bryce Crawford
County Judge
9-19-3t
Best Wishes from
Frank M. Dineen
DISTRICT JUDGE
Candidate for Re-election
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