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The meeting was held at the home
of Paulyne and Tessie Edwards.
Plans for the anniversary to be held
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discussed. The next meeting will
be held at the home of Jeanne
Goode. At the close of the meeting
a luncheon was served and the
meeting was closed at 5:30 p. m.
Doris Pittman. Pres.. Beverly
The meeting of the various Ush
er Boards was held at Cleaves Tem
ple October 25. 1942. The elections
of officers. Mr. Andrews presiding.
All offices declared vacant. Mr.
Andrews questions election by nom
ination as ballot. Nominations was
in order. Nomination was closed on
Mrs. Alice Young for President.
Motion was carried that Mrs. Alice
Young be president for the ensuing
year. First vice president Mrs.
Lula Roundtree. Second Vice Mrs
E. Todd. Mrs. Louise Henderson,
Secretary, Assisting Secretary Mrs.
Harding. Motion carried to fill the
following offices. Treasurer, Helen
Bell, Chaplain Mrs. Ida Austin.
Question was brought by Mr. And
rews for Correspondent Secretary,
and Mr. James Powell Reporter to
record all business and publish
Some of the duties of this 'office
were stated by Mr. Andrews: Parl
iamentarian, Motion was carried
the election of a Parliamentarian
shall be referred to a later date.
Mr. Andrews relinquished his seat
to Mrs. Alice Young. Mr. Andrews
presiding, Mrs. Helen Bell acting
The Usher Board of Cleaves Tem
ple met at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Smart 2604 North 27th St. Social
night. There was a fine represent
ation of the members. Mrs. Alice
Young president, Rev. L. A. Story,
Pastor James M Powell, Reporter.
If you plan to add gas space [
heating appliances in your home. I
• Since May 15, War Production Board Order No. ,
L-31 has placed limitations on the additional use oi
gas lor space heating. Many of our gas users have I
Inquired about adding gas space heating appliances |
(such as radiant lires, gas heating stoves, fireplace |
logs, etc.) to supplement their regular heating plants.
The District does not connect or service gas appli- ^
ances of this type, and does not recommend their I
use. Unless very carefully handled they are not com* j
pletely satisfactory and may, under some conditions,
actually be unsafe. We advise you not to install them
as supplemental sources of heat. _____ __
This advice, of course, does not apply to the thou
sands of properly installed central gas heating in
stallations now in use in the city. It applies only to
supplemental gas space heating appliances.
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m FEMALE WEAKNESS
And Want To Build Up
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Report of United Usher Board of
The Sixth Annual Sermon, Ins'ci
tation Services of the United Usher
Board will be held at Bethel AME.
Church Sunday November 8, at 3
p. m. The annual sermon will b.
delivered by Rev. B. E. Jones and
music rendered by the choir. Spec
ial numbers by members of the
group All ushers and usherettes
are expected in full uniform at 2.45
p. m. ready for the processional.
This year promises to be a very
fine one. Let us start out next
Sunday. James M. Powell, Repo -i
MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. D. St- Clair, Pastor,
F. Burroughs, Reporter
“I was glad when they said unto
me, let us go into the house of the
l ord ” Psalms 122:1.
We should all be glad that we
still have the privilege of going
into the house of the Lord, unmol
ested ,for we are truly blessed
Many desire this privilege but tile
greedy clutch of war has cut them
Oil and instead they must run to
bomb shelters or scan the skies for
enemy planes bearing destruction.
There are for the n.ost i.art no
churches to go to. So let us take
advantage of Our opportunities alii
iO jo Church an l serve God while
we can for we ’:no..’ not what the
n c: row may bi-v.’.g
We cordially in -its everybody to
come and worship with us.
The BTU. department is growing.
The interesting subject rhe “Fruit
Basket” will to continued next
Sunday taught L> the Pastor.
Sunday school is also doing nice
ly. Each of these departments arpi
asking the parents to their child
ren to them where they may learn
of God and his goodness.
Rally is still continued. Let us
go over the top. Upstairs Christ
mas morning is our goal.
ST. JOHN S AME. CHURCH
Rev. E. F. Ridley. Pastor
There was a large attendance ou,
Sunday morning to worship. Re'.
W. O. Samuelson, our guest speak- |
er .delivered a most beautiful sei i
mon, which so much good could be j
derived from it. The choir blended
their voices as usual and gave just |
the Spiritual touch. Rev. E. Z. Me j
Donald has returned from a much i
needed vacation spent in the east j
and we are glad to see him back at !
his post again. The sick of St. j
John’s is Mrs. Mary Fuacell, Mr. ,
Rafferty and Mrs. Grace Stanley
all of whom are much improved.
Mrs. Louise Strawthc-rs who lias
been unable to attend Church for
quite some time was out to wor
ship of which we so very happy to
see her. There were 128 that coni
munioned. There will be a Turkey
VISITING LADY FROM MARS?;
fGLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.—Not hardly! You’re looking at a pa
tient’s eyes as she is examined with the aid of an Eikonometer, one oi
science’s newest contributions to the care of your eyes. A wandering
photographer took this picture m the laboratory of the Glockner Hos
pital Aniseikonia clinic here. Colorado Springs boasts.one.af the 1ew
Aniseikonia clinics in the nation. It is sponsored by El Pomar foun
MRS. ROOSEVELT VISITS ENGLAND
LONDON, ENGLAND—Radiophoto — Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt,
wife of the President, is shown in London with their Majesties, King
George and Queen Elizabeth upon her arrival here. Mrs. Roosevelt
was accompanied by Mrs. Ovtta Culp Hobby, leader of the WAAC,
•>d by her secretary, Malvina Thompson-.
Thanksgiving Day. St. John’s ex
tends sympathy to Mr. Richard
Turner Jr., on the death of his fa
ther Richard Turner St., also to
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Womack on the
death of their son-in-law Willie J.
George. We can and still are us
ing bricks. Don’t forget to do your
share of bringing bricks. Attend
class meetings on Tuesday nights.
Allen Endeavor on Sunday evening
at 6. pm. YOU are always welcome
to worship at St. Johns AME.
MBS. KATE BOLDEN DIES
Mrs. Kate Bolden, age 77 22J.3
__ ___ •
Willis Avenue .died Wednesday,
October 28th. Mrs. Bolden had
been making her nomc with her
daughter and only had been a resi
dent of Omaha for Seme few months
She is survived by her daughter,
Mrs. G. B. Dale, Omaha, foster
daughter, Mrs. Mabel Scott. Kansas
City, Missouri, cousin Malcolm Pal
mer, Chicago, Illionis and other rel
atives. The body was forwarded
from The Thomas Funeral Home to
Sedalia, Missouri, where funeral,
services and burial were held Sat
THE OMAHA GUIDE
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
r’jtlished Every Saturday at 2418-20 Grant St
PHONE WEbster 1517
• ntered as Secci.d Class Matter Maich 15, 1927, at
oe Post Office at Omaha, Nebraska, under Act of
'ongress of March 3, 1879.
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MRS. DELLA WYNN OF SAN
FRANCISCO, CALIF.^ ANNOUNC
ES THE MARRIAGE OF HER
Mrs. Della Wynn former Oman an
announces the marriage of her only
daughter Rowena Wynn who was
married October 1st at Colton a
Hall in Monterery, Calif., to Cor
poral William Cunningham of Ft.
Ord. The couple is housekeeping
and will make Monterery, Calif.,
their home. Mrs. Cunningham is
Recreation Director at Fort Ord,
Calif. Word came to their uncle
Mr. Hiriam R. Greenfield and his
The bride has visited in Omaha
with her mother on many occasions.
Congratulations are extended to
this young prominent newlyweds
for a happy, prosperous long life
' UP TO DATE CLUB
The Up to Date Club of the YW
CA had its Hallowe’en party Friday
afternoon October 30, 1942 which,
ended their Membership Drive. The
girls spent their afternoon playing
games and dancing. Next Friday
at 4:00 p. m. the club will have its
Business meeting. All seventh
grade grirls are requested to come.
Florentine Crawford, President;
Miss ROzella Thomas and Mrs. Leo
na Stone, Sponsors.
HUDSON JAIL HOUSES 10
“WITNESSES” 5 MONTHS
Jersey City N. J.—The National
Association for the Advancement of
Colored People announced that it
would seek under the conspiracy
statute the prosecution of the Jer
sey City Police who arrested and
held incommunicado in Hudson
County jail for five months ten Ne- |
groes—nine of them women. The j
case is being brought to the atten
tion of Victor W. Rotnem, Chief of
the Civil Liberties Section of the
Department of Justice.
The NAACP. has secured the scr
vices of Arthur Garfield Hayes who(
along with Donald Crichton, Thur
good Marshall, NAACP special coun
sel and local lawyers will bring ac
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—IX OMAHA AND COUNCIL BLUFFS,
THROUGH NOVEMBER 7
tion for a writ of habeas corpus in
the Federal Court.
The ten persons were arrested
early in June in vice raids in Bay
onne taverns ordered by M iyor
Frank Hague and Prosecutor Dan
el E. O’Regan of Hudson County
The nine women, many of them
middle aged housewives and moth
ers of grown children are all Bay
onne residents. They were arrest
ed while watching the raid being
conducted by Patrick Flanagan,
chief, prosecutor’s detective. They
were taken to the Hudson County
jail and asked to sign a statement
as material witnesses to the raid
If they refused to sign, the women
were told they would be held for
prostitution. Families of the ar
rested women saw them for the first
time in five months on October 29
when a writ of habeas corpus
brought the jaled women into cout'2.
to testify at a hearing on miscon
duct charges against Mayor James
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HELP US! HELP THE POOR
THE VOLUNTEERS OF
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Donovan political enemy of Mayor
Hague. After the hearing, the wo
men were returned to jail still with
out charges against them.
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