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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1937)
RAY L. WILLIAMS, Atty.
Rm. 200 Tuchman Bldg. 24th Lake
In the County Court of Douglas
In the Matter of the Estate of
Lovelac Campbell, deceased.
To Lovelac Campbell and all be.,
neficiaries of his estate, and all
other persons interested in said es
You are hereby notified that a
petition has been filed in this Court
on the 3rd day of November, 1937
by Horace Campbell, interested in
said estate n.s sole beneficiary
thereof, alleging that Lovelac
Campbtll, a ■ resident of Douglas
Cteunty, NeMPhska, on or about tho '
1st day of November, 1929, with
out known cause absented himself 1
from his usual place of residence :
and has ever since concealed his
whereabouts from his family for a ;
period of more than seven years j
last past; that said absentee has j
personal p opeity to ie administer
ed in Dougins County, Nebraska. '
Said petitioner prays that the
Court pr scribe the notice and tho
return date therein which shall be
given, addressed to and served upon
said a hern tee and sa:d beneficiary
as provided by law, that the date
of death of said Lovelac Campbe.’l
be determined and that administra
tion of sa!d rstate be granted to
Ray L. Williams. You are. therefore
notified ’hat. a hearing will be had
on said pet it'on on the 3rd day of
January, 1938 at. 9 o’clock a. m.
at the County Court Room of
Dougins County, Nebraska and
that if you fail to appear at said
time and place and contest the pc
tition, the Court may grant the
prayer thereof, appoint a repre
senative for said absentee and
make such other orders according
to law, as may be necessary to the
end that said estate and all things
pertaining thereto may be finally
settled nnd determined.
Be Nov. 6 37 End Dec. 30 37
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PLEASANT GREEN CHURCH
Rev. J. R. Reynolds, Pastor
Mrs. Lottie Keys, Reporter
Morning services were held at
the usual time. Text lesson was
taken from Col. 3rd chapter 10th
verse. Night services were held at
the usual time with text taken
from Rev. 20th chapter 12th verse.
Visitors of the church were, Mrs.
Curry of Bethel church, Mrs. John
son of Zion and Ms. F. Moore of
Morning Star and Mrs. Mary Ed
MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. J. G- Gates, Pastor
Helen Bradshaw, Reporter
Church was well attended Sun
day morning. The morning was
spent in covenant and testimonial.
HYPU is progressing rapidly
Everyone is invited to come and be
with us Communion was served
Sunday night. Rev. Gates preached.
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MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. J. P. Mosley, Pastor
Mrs. Lenora Parker, Reporter
The ten day revival conducted
by Rev. F. P- Jones, was very sue
oessful. Twelve persons were added
to the church. Seven candidates for
baptism, and five joined under
Christian experience. Rev. F. P
Jones put his whole soul into the
services and caused the church to j
become revived. Baptism will be
held on the third Sunday, Novem
her 21st. We invite, you to worship
with us any time,.
llev. John S. Williams, Pastor
The Sunday school of the Hill
side Presbyterian church will begin
at 9:30 a. m-, at 11 o’clock, the
morning worship will begin with a
period of 10 minutes for organ
meditations. Tho Rev. John S.
Williams, pastor of the church will
speuk on “Abiding in Christ.” and
tho choir will sing special music
Mr. If. L. Preston will sing a solo,
"Precious Lord.”’ On Wednesday
night, November 24th, the choir
will present a Thanksgiving pea
gant entitled, ‘Faith of Our Fa
thers.” There will be brilliant cos
tumes, and music of unsual beauty
Everyone is asked to keep this date
CLEAVES TEMPLE C. M. E.
Rev. I). W. Bass, Pastor
Sunday school was well attended.
Morning services were held in the
usual time. The pastor preached
the second of the words ‘Faith,’
‘Hope.’ and ‘Charity’ (Love). A
most wonderful sermon. The Young
People’s club, under the supervi
sion of Mrs- Vera Harris, meets
every Friday night at 8 o’clock
The Forward Step club is giving
a sip delight tea next Sunday after
noon from three to seven at the
home of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Gar
land, 2710 Decatur.
Tho Loyal Matron club met at
the apartment of Mrs. Evelyn
Jones, 1136 Park avenue.
Mrs. Viola Nickens of Kansas
City, Kas., will arrive here on the
28th to work in the revival which
will begin on the 29th. Mrs. Nick
ens is a spiritual soloist.
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Hillside Presbyterian church will
have as its guest speaker, on
Sunday November 14th, Mr. Ber
nard Squires, executive secretary
of the Omaha Urban League- Mr
Squires will speak on the ‘Achieve
ments of a Race.” The choir will
sing special music from race com
posers. The public is cordially in
vited to hear this brilliant speaker.
Raleigh, N. C., Nov. 11 (ANP)—
The County Poor House, long the
bogie of the aged and destitute,
may be eliminated in the future, if
the program sponsored by the
State Department of Public Wel
fare is pushed to a successful con
clusion. The Department seek the
ultimate elimination of county
homes through substitution of So
cial Security benefits, home com
forts and institutional care, accord
ing to the welfare commissioner,
Mrs. W. T. Bost.
Mrs. Bost pointed out this week
that the State of Alabama, by giv
ing old people the advantages of
Social Security and by consolidat
ing welfare activities, has been
able to reduce the number of coun
ty homes from 62 to 26, a decrease
of more than half in one year
This Week In
Thought and Religion
By Robert L. MooJy
The Christian Ministry
“A sermon is a message plus a
message plus a life.” This every ''
minister should know. Sinners use 1
the false hiring preacher as an
instrument of criticism. Much they
say about them is true. It is too
bad that the ministry as a whole
must suffer embarassment because
of imposters, but this does not ex
cuso anyone for their sins. Though
during ancient times often, the ma
jority of Israel’s and Judah’s pro
phets left God there was always
“one man of God” such as Elijah.
Like Jeremiah, we ask ‘can God
find a man.”
To anyone who feels that he can
■get along without a preacher let
him answer these questions: "How
shall they hear without a preach
er? And how shall they preach ex
cept they be sent?” Preaching is
not what our popular nation think
it is. Education, oratory, theolog
hnd persuasion, alone is not
preaching. These are mere tools.
They are the means to an end.
Real preaching is explaining the
word of God under the power of
tho Holy Ghost. The above quali
ties make preaching more effective.
Again the minister that upholds
sin and indulges or encourages his
hearers in their sins—does not love
you. You may not like it but the
truth makes you free and in the
end you will love the man who
cried against your sins- Having
given the qualifications of “bishop”
or minister and directions to fight
false doctrines. Paul tells Timothy
“If thou put the Arthren in remem
bo ranee of th«sa things, thou shalt
be n good minister of Jesus j
Go to church and church school
Sunday and help study the “Chris
tian Ministry.” If your minister is
“a man of God” hold his hands up;
if not ‘from such turn away.” i
IT Tim. 3:5 for “How beautiful are
the, feet of them that preach the
gospel of peace and bring glad
t.ifHngs of good things ” Rom. 10: |
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Nov. 2, 1937
The Omaha Guide >
We wish to personally express
our thanks for the fine and valu
able cooperation of the Omaha
Guide during the, recent National
Conference of Dining Car Em
ployees in Omaha, Nebraska, Oct.
25th, through the 29th.
We also wish to express our
sincere appreciation to Miss Helen
Childs, office secretary of the
Omaha Guide for the efficient way
in which she took the entire
speech, verbatim, delivered by Hon.
A. Phillip Randolph, in shorthand,
and transcribed same for the press
a copy of which we sent to the
press syndicate for national re
We are enclosing herewith copy
of the resolution concurred in by
the entire conference.
Copy of Resolution is as fol
Resolution No. 16—Cooperation
of the local press—Submitted by I.
P. Flory on instructions from Con
Whereas the Conference has had
unusual and valuable, cooperation
from the local press; namely the
Omaha Guide, The Omaha World
Herald, The Omaha Chronicle; and
the Unionist: therefore be it
RESOLVED that this Confer
enee go on record thanking these
four papers for their cooperation,
and be it further
RESOLVED that copies of this
resolution bo sent to these four
Very truly yours,
Solon C. Bell,
Ishmael P. Flory,
Capetown, South Africa, Nov. 11
(ANP)—Motorists in Capetown
this week shook their fists at ped
estrians instead of hooting at them
with their auto horns. The traffic
authorities had asked them to co- I
operate in a ‘ no hooting” experi
ment, which proved quite success
ful. The streets were, restful, office
workers were able to concentrate
and natives who had been in the
habit of jumping for their lives as
speeding motorists shot down
thoroughfares, were composed as
they crossed streets.
“Jaywalkers” of the old school
did not like the idea however. They
expect to be warned of the pre
sence of cars.
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