The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, November 05, 1938, Page Three, Image 3

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    Theatricals Music Features
It’ll Com Out in the Wash
Freshman: What did you do with
my shirt?
-ELECT
JOHN M.
(JACK)
VIRGIN
FOfl DIRECTOR
METROPOLITAN UTILITIES
VIRGIN SAYS ABOUT
PENSIONS
For Metropolitan Utilities——
Limit $75— Minimum $40—not
40 percent of their wage*—ar
range for all future pensions thru
Insurance only and not thru tax
payers pockets.
There are 23 Married couples—
husband and wife now working for
the Utilities—I say let one half of
family GO, give someone else a
chance to work.
Reduce Cash water meter de
posits from $5 to $2 read meters
«;Hch month—-reduce Gas Meter de
posits $5 to $3.
Lower the price on First 500 Cu.
Feet Gas to 70 ctnts and second
£00 the same.
IF ABOVE SUITS YOU—VOTE
FOR JACK VIRGIN FOR DIR
ECTOR METROPOLITAN UTIL
ITIES NOV. 8—1938.
BUSINESS MAN and PROPER
TY OWNER.
Political Adv.
Sophmore: Sent it to the laundry
dr>\
Freshman: Ye Gods! The whole
history of England was on the
eufis.
-o
HOCTOR FOR COUNTY CLERK
Mr. James P. Hoetor is the first
and only public official in the state
County, or city who has retained
regularly two Race employees in
his office personnel. Knowing the
Raco taxpayers are entitled to re
presentation he has given the Race
two positions in his office. We of
tho Race appreciate his stand and
ho will appreciate your vote in the
coming election.
Mr. Hoctor has made an excel-j
lent record, managing the affairs
of his offioe with due regard for
the public’s money. He has attend
ed strictly to business, watched his
expenditures and has served the
people well. His enviable record for
servico to this community is en
dorsed by the press and citizens
in business, labor and professions.
Ho was born and reared on the
South side; graduating from South
High school. He is 43 yeara of age
married, has 3 children and is a
home-owner residing at 4902 Un
derwood Avenue. For many years
be has been associated in all worth
while Civic activities in Omaha. He
is a World War Veteran and a
member of the American legion.
Hoctor for County Clerk,
Kuth Lewis, Pres.
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Effective May 1st:
20 cut Discount
on Laundry & Dry Cleaning
Cash and Carry
Edholm and Sherman
Launderers & Dry Cleaners
_WE 6055
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Clean up that front room. We specialize in making old
houses look like new, inside and out. No charge for esti
mation on work. No job too small or too large.
Ten trained decorating mecfhainics. Our Motto—Service
First, at the lowest prices. Call WEbster 2858.
Peoples Paint and Papering Shop
LARRY PEOPLES, Proprietor
STEPIN FETCH!! RETURNS TO MOVIES FOR PARktsUNT
*
Los Angeles, California
It was just about ten years ago,
that Stfphin Fetchit came to films
The vehicle at that time that
brought him to a screen audience
was ,‘In Old Kentucky.”
It was the droll comic and Caro
line Snowden who ■ stole” tho
show. A few years later, shortly
after the completion of the all-col
ored cast film ‘‘Hearts in Dixie”
mado at the old Fox studio that
Fetchit suffered his first ouster.
ABSENT TWO YEARS
Wini Sheehan, thtn vice presi
dent in charge of production at
tho 20th Century-Fox company
brought him back after two years
absence from the films.
Fetchit, noted as the world’s laz
iest comedian and outstanding sep
ia screen artist, then had a profit
ably several yrs. working with the
late Will Rogers an Warner Oiand
at that studio.
The second ousting of the fa
mous Fetchit. was of his own choos
ing, and made during the filming
of “The Little Rebel” when he re
fused to work in the picture with
Bill Robinson.
This voluntary exile from the
screen by the famous star also last
ed for two years. However dur
ing the last absence Fetchit fared
better than he did during the first
ouster. Personal appearances
throughout tha country turned in
lucrative sums.
Fetchit was elated to go East
this week to fin'sh out a contract
ual date for stage appearances, be
fore returning here to play a role
in e. film production to be made at
the Paramount studio.
Tho actor is scheduled to start
work on the 23rd of the month.
Sepia Hollywoodia is wondering j
what Fetchit will do on his third
trip to the films.
RADIORAVES
By HAROLD JOVIEN for ANP
This listing is in effect for the
week of Nov. 5 only! All time
shown is Eastern Time. Subtract
1 hour for Central Time; 2 hours
for MST and 3 hours for PST.
ORCHESTRAS, VOCALIST AND
INSTRUMENTALISTS
BASIE, Count— CBS— Tues.
midnite; Sun., and Wed., 11 P. M.
(Famous Door, NYC)
BRIGHT, Del—WBBM—nitely
(770 k) 2 A. M., also Thurs. 10:46
P. M. Sat.t 11:46 P. M. (Swing
land Cafe, Chicago)
BROWN, Sam—Varieties—W.M.
C.C. (570 k)—Sun.,10:16 A. M.,
Mon., thru Thun*., 10:45 A. M.,
Sat.f 11 A. M. 8:30 P. M. also Mon
thru’ Fri., 3 P. M.
BUTTERFIELD, Erskine—W.H.
N. (1010 k)—Tues., Wed., Thurs.
6:15 P. M. (Pianist-Vocalist, NYC)
CALLOWAW, Cab—CBS—Mon.,
Thurs.t 11:30 P. M. (Cotton Club,
NYC)’
CHARIOTEERS,—NBC Blue—
Tues., 8:15 A. M.; MBS—Tues„
6:45 A. M.
DEEP RIVER BOYS—CBS—
Mon., 11 A. M., Tues., Wed., 8:15
A. M.
DUDLEY^ Jimmy—W T M J —
Mon., Wed., Fi'i., 1:80 P. M. (Spiri
ted saxophone soloists with the
Rhythm Rascals’ Jam Crew from
Milwaukee, Wis.)
HINES, Earl. NBC Red—Mon.,
12:30 a. m.; NBC Blue—Sunday^
12:30 a. m. (Grand Terrace, Chic
ago)
HOWARD, BOB—WEAK (660
k)—Thurs., 11 p. m. (NYC)
INK SPOTS—NBC Blue, Thurs.,
11 p. m.
LUNCEFORD. JIMMY—MBS,
Scattered schedule (Kit Kat Club^
NYC)
SULLIVAN, Maxine, Songstress
OBS—Tues., 10:30 p. m., Sat. Nite
Swing Club, Sat., 7 p. m.
TATE. ERSKINE—WIND (560
k)—Nitely^ 12:45 a. m. (Walka
thon, Coliseum, Chgo.)
VAGABONDS—Club matinee,
NBC. Blue -^-Monday thru Friday,
4 p. m. and tlhe Jamboree, Tues.,
9:30 p. m. (Vocal quartet)
WILSON. TEDDY^ LIONEL
HAMPTON with BENNY GOOD
MAN’S ORCH, QBS—Tues., 9:30
p. m. (Pianist and “vibe” player)
INSPIRATIONAL, VARIETY .
AND COMEDY PROGRAMS
ALL NATIONS PENTECOST
AL CHURCH, WCFL (970 k) Sun.
ELECT — JAMES P.
HOCTOR
COUNTY CLERK
Mr. James P. Hoctor has shown his fairness
by giving recognition to two Race employees
during his term of office. He is deserving and
will appreciate your support.
Ruth Lewis Payne J. Dillard Crawford
Political Advertisement -w_oOo
12 midnite to 1 a. m. Chicago.
AMATEUR NITE IN BRONZE
VILLE_WIND (560 k) Wednes
dayj 9:30 p. m. to 10:30 p. m.
AMATEUR NITE IN HARLEM
WMCA (570 k) Wednesday 11 p.
m. to 1*2 midnight. (Apollo thea
tre, NYC)
BOWES, MAJOR^ Amateur
Hour CBS, Thursday, 9 p. m.
HARLEM HEADLINES WMCA
(670 k), Wed., 10:45 p. m.
ELZY, .RUBY, soprano^ (CBS),
Wed. 9:30 p. m. (Member of Harry
Simeon’s chorus on the Star stud
ded Revue.)
JOHNSON. CHARLIE, WAAF
(920 k)—Sat., 12 noon, (Duke of
the Uke, Chicago)
MERRL WEATHER^ BEGONIA
—WNEW (1250 k)—Monday thru
Sat., 9 a. m. (NYC)
NEGRO ACHIEVEMENT
HOUR, WELI, New Haven. Conn.
W< d., 5:46 p. m.
NEGRO HOUR, KEHE (Los
Angeles)—Thurs., 12 midnite^ (9
p. m. on West Coast)
ROCHESTER, JACK BENNY’S
RADIO VALET—NBC Red—Sun.
7 p. m. (Rebroadcast, 11:30 p. m.
ROSE, JIMMY—NBC Blue, —
Monday thru Fri., 11:00 a. m. NBC
Red—3 p. m. (Jimmy plays 'the
role of “Merit,” comical jockey in
the story of “Mary Marlin” air
drama.)
SOUTHERN AIRES^ VOCAL
QUARTET—NBC Blue, Sun., 11:
30 a. m.
ALES FROM HARLEM with
JJOE BOSTIC —WMCA (570 k)
Sat., 5:30 p. m. (NYC)
VINE STREET VARIETIES —
WHIB, (860 k)—Sat., 4 p. m. (Kan
sas City, Mo.)
WAY DOiWN SOUTH—WFIL
(Philadelphia)—Thurs., 10:45 p.m.
(Sam Wooding Singers)
WINGS OVER JORDAN CBS
«
Sun., 9:30 a. m. (Prominent Guest)
KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS
CBS indicates the Columbia
I Broadcasting System; MBS Mut
ual Broadcasting Syst£m; NBC
Bluo or Red, National Broadcast
ing Co.; (k) is the abbreviation i
for kilocycle. Consult your indiv-1
idual local network stations for
broadcasts listed, subtracting time
given, EST. to your own time zone.
_fiHn_
FOOTLIGHT
FLICKERS
By AL MOSES For AM*
New York, Nov. 3—The “head
line stealer’’ is what they are call
ing Count Basie these days. Three
daily papers carried pieces about
this sepia wizard of the piano last
week (Telegram—Post—Mirror,)
“Chesterfield Cigarette’’ advertise
and liko the nationally famous
ment: “Such popularity must be
deserved.” Nick Kenny, Daily Mir
ror columnist in last Thursday pa
per said the following (quote):
Count Basie is one band leader
whose musicians rates a sponsor.
His work at the Famous Door has
the jitterbugs talking to themsel
ves.’’
• • • •
“Fats” Waller^ looking for all
the world like a “stand in” for the
guy who used to play the role of
the “Thin Man,” has the milky way
patrons of Ye Olde Stork Club,
falling out of their chairs, literally
speaking. After dropping 40 lbs.
of lard that he’ll ne'er miss, the
whale of the ivories went out and
contacted a London tailor who
knew his stuff with the result—
he just isn’t the Fats Waller you
u«ed to see sprawled over a piano
stool that seemed lost from view.
Ho's been collaborating with song
writer Andy Razaf on some num
bers that should go a long ways
towards making the winter indoor
season, a thing of pure joy.
* ♦ * *
Edith Wilson, beautiful seal
skinned singer of the blue numbers
and risque sonnets that bring out
‘‘baldpato row” in droves, was one
of the featured numbers Jimmy
Marshall brought to Harlem oyer
tho week-end. Sister of Lovable
Lena Wilson (God rest her ashes)
Edith for years has been a head
liner over the Vaudeville Circuits
| of the country.
Time has been swell to this
sweet faced doll. Considerably hea
vier than the years wh< n A1 Brown
was bantam king and a worshipper
at her shrir.e, She nevertheless po
se ssesses a figure that makes you
turn a second time, (and in our
case) threo or four timse, she’s
that DKlovely. The evening audi
(nee last Friday called her back
threo times to repeat a suggesive
ditty entitled “I want a Rough’n
Ready Man.” We wondered if most
of the oldish, baldish, looking gen
try who applauded the loudest for
Edith’s re appearance, still consid
eredo themselves, ‘‘rough’n ready
enough”—OYEZt OYEAH!
* * * #
Noblo Sissle, the Aristocrat of
Jazz with one of America’s finest
lan'ds, headed the great bill of
some forty odd. In the supporting
cast at the Apollo theare were:
Cook and Brown, ‘‘Big Time Crip,"
a truly wonderful dancer despite
the absence of one of his legs, and
that ever pleasing character artist
and monologist, Billy Banks.
-0O0
KELSO MORGAN
Kelso Morgan, was born on a
farm near Lewis, Iowa. He receiv
ed his academic training at the
university of N»braska. While
there he was a member of an ath
letic team and won his “N”. In
1919, he was graduated from the
University of Michigan law school.
After that he began the practice of
law in Omaha, Nebraska, and has
continued to practice law in Oma
ha for thirty years.
Hu is not a politic al! but since
his graduation from law school
has devoibed himself to the prac
tice and study of law. He became
a candidate for County Attorney^
prompted solely by a desire to
serv0 this community in the office
of County Attorney and to help
correct the deplorable situation
which has ex'r/Jed for almost four
years. This condition has bank
rupted this county and has put
it in dfbl over a million dollars.
lie promises that he will not
RE-ELECT
CHARLES F.
McLaughlin
DEMOCRAT
FOR CONGRESS
He Merita Your Continued
Support on His Record in
Congees*
Political Adv.
permit contracts to be entered into
under questionable emergencies,
will not allow consent judgments
to be entered, and will perform
the duties of his office with equal
justice to all.
Morgan for County Atty. Club.
-—0O0
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TIME Kansas City_3.20
Dew Moines . 2.50
Ottumwa . 3.80
Chicago . 8.50
Detroit .11.25
SCENIC New York . 19.35
ROUTES Denver . 9.00
Los Angeleq _27.00
San Francisco .... 27.00
Whether you travel for business
or pleasure, let Burlington
Trailways save you money.
Economy fares to all points—
phone agent or come in and ask.
BURLINGTON BUS DEPOT
1416 Douglas at 15th Sts.
Phone: ATlantic 2300
—ELECT—
LOUISE.
ADAMS
AN ENGINEER
COUNTY SURVEYOR
Flush Poisons
from Kidneys
and Stop Get
ting Up Nights
BE HEALTHIER, HAPPIER —
LIVE LONGER
When you can get foi 35 cents
n supremely efficient and harmless
stimulant and diuretic that will
flush from your kidneys the waste
matter, poisons and acid that are
now doing you harm, why continue
to break your restful sleep by get
ting up thru the night.
Just ask your druggist for Golld
Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules—but
be sure and get GOLD MEDAL—
right from Haarlem in Holland.
Other symptoms of weak kidneys
and irritated bladder are backache^
puffy eyes, leg cramps, moist
palms, burning or scanty passage.
-ELECT
JOE C.
STOLINSKI
JOE STOIJNSKI
COUNTY ASSESSOR
21 Years Experience— Chief
Deputy Under the Late Sam K.
Grcenleaf.
Born and Reared in Omaha;
Home Owner; Raised his family
here.
Freo from Outside “Control”.
Common Sense and De
cency Demand Stolinski i
for Assessor.
Political adv. -— 0O0