The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, October 04, 1947, Page Four, Image 4
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IOIDRIKSON A* ¥ ZAHAR/AS is : NOT ONLY THE ' GREATEST FEMALE' „ ALL-AROUND ATHLETE OF ALL TIME BUT ALSO HISTORY'S » BEST woman t OOLFER*^— , i W SHE became v . THE 'isr AMERICAN ■ EVER TO WfN •THE BRITISH I .WOMEN'S GOLF CROWN THIS r^YEAR. v V—- BABE'S * ALSO THE U.S. | WOMEN'S TITLE-1 HOLPER. AND . CAN BOAST , A STRING 4 OF 46 < ^CONSECUTIVE i TOURNAMENT / VICTORIES / SHE WOrt THE NlEDALJST HONORS I IN THE iST WOMEN'S I GOLF TOURNEY ■ SHE EVER ENTERED f WITH A 77. v LINCOLN SMASHES JTILBBRFORCE IN OPENER, 40-6 JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.—Display ing a crushing offensive that com pletely overwhelmed a light, hapless Wilberforce efevtki, Lincoln univer sity's on rushing Tigers opened their 1947 a football campaign here Satur day afternoon by smothering the Green Wave, 40-6. It was the first conference game also for the two lift -West elevens. Ceadt David Rains’ Tigers were sparked by Clarence Arbuckle, a 190 pound sophomA-e halfback, who scored two touchdowns, both on long jaunts. Lincoln went t» work in the first tjiree minutes of play after Lewis Polk intercepted a pass on the Green Wave 45. Several plays later Quarterback George Holt punched over fro the three yard line to start the avalanche of TDS. A few mom ents later “Flash” Gordon, brilliant Green Wave aerial artist, passed in. complete to right end Joseph on four th down with the ball going over to the Tigers on Wilberforce’s 35. After one play and a fumble that was re covered by Don Sheppard on the 22 Polk whipped a short pass over the line to end Earl Beeks standing on the 15 and he raced the remaining distanoe for the second TD. Jimmy Jones’ conversion via placekick was good as in the case after the first TD, giving the Tigers a 14-0 lead I gad in the first quarter. Early ia the second quarter Lin coln again capitalized on an inter cepted ,Torce aerial to score. Ar buckla, getting loose for the first time, snagged one of Gordon's I heaves on Kis own 45 and ran the full distance from there unscathed for another marker. Jones again con verted giving the Tigers a 21 point lead. The high flying Missourians came back to score again in the sec ond quarter as the resalt a blocked punt. Lowell Powell broke through to block Gorshay’s kick on the ‘Force 20. The ball was worked down to the 9 on a few passing plays, then Bill Palmar flipped a pass to Joe Do visit the Freedom Train when^it conies to your com munity. See the documents that can be weapons to destroy .bigotry, racism and un-Americanism in your democracy. "Next Door” *r ted shearer -- . —......... .. n.4-« ; Conti»eatil Fcttaml .. .Please, Pop... .1 get those pants next year_ Coles who lateraled to Irving Smith on the 9, and it was carried over by Smith from there. Jones failed to con vert. The quarter ended with the score 27-0 at the half. Lincoln took over in *d after Junie Outlaw, stel lar* Force back, back to punt on the Tiger’s thie 45, received a bad pass from center and was tackled in hie tracks. Sheppard, Arbuckle, Sims an3 Jones worked it down to the % and ‘Force took over. After two plays the Green Wave hooted, and Holt took it » on the Wave 48 where he lat eraled to Arbuckle who streaked 52 yards for a score. Jones converted. Wilberfoce sustained a 75 yard of fensive, sparked by aerial! 'blows de livered by Gordon and Gorshay. With the ball resting on the Tigers’ 12, Gordon passed to fullback Young for the lone Wave score of the day, coming midway in the 3rd quarter. The final Lincoln tally came in the finaj period when Israel Turner J stopped a desperate Green Wave j aerial offensive by taking in one of Gordon’s throws as it bounded out of Joseph’s hands on force’s 20. On the next play Holt passed to Jten kins who lateraled to Rudy Dyer on the 8 and he raced over for the TD. .» I • , FJ( Lincoln will Louisville Mun iciple college this Saturday ia Louis ville. TOUCHDOWNS:- (Lincoln) -Holt, Becks, Arhudde yi), Smith, Jen kins. (Wilberforce) -Young, Extra Points: Jones ft) RANDOLPH AND WEBSTER LEAVE FOR A. F. OF L. CONVENTION It was announced at the Brother hood of Sleeping Car Porters head quarters in Chicago, Illinois, that A. Philip Randolph, International Presi dent, and Milton P. Wbbfcter, Inter national Vice-President, left October 2nd for San Francisco, Calif, ta at tend the Convention of the American Federation of Labor. Ideal Bog Sise Moderately fat hogs, weighing be tween ISO and 240 pounds alive, pro duce hems, shoulders and sides of the meet desirable six* for curing. The Veteran Asks... Q. I have been drawing f57J>0 each month from my 110,000 is exhausted? A. No. Payments may be con tin-ued for the remainder of your life provided your total disability remains unchanged. Q. Just which veterans are ev titled to hospitalization in a VA ' hospital? V. Veterans with serivce-conrtected I usabilities have top priorty for VA ! hospital care. Veterans with nonser vice-connected ailments may be hos pitalized under the existing law if beds are available and if they say they cannot afford treatment else where. Q. How is the length of entitle ment for education or job-training calculated and does a year of 'en titlement mean a school or a cal endar year? A. Under the G. I. Bill, an eligible one calendar ear, plu# the time he spent in service between September 16, 1910, and July 25, 1947. The total period of education or training may not exceed four calendar years. , Q -Is a veteran entitled to waiver ■ of his National Service Life in surance premiums if he becomes totally disabled? 1 I A. Yes. All National Service Life. I Iifcirtance policies provide for the waiver of payment of premiums dur ing continous total disability of the insured for six or more consecutive months, for as long as the period of j disability exists. Consult the nearest Veterans Administration office for full information, and for assistance in obtaining the waiver if you are en titled to it. Q .1 am making arrangements for a G. I. loan to buy a farm. If 1 am unable to make paymcits on my loan, what will happen? A. That will depend on the terms of the loan, -'the attitude of the lender and laws of the state where you , and the security are located. If pay- j ments are not made when due, then the loan is in default and the lender may taka such action as is provided in the loan agreement and is per- j mitted by state law and by the re gulations for guaranty and insurance of loans. Q. I understand that some G. I. loans are negotiated at an interest rate of more than 4 percent. Is this true? A. The interest rate on a guaranteed loan cannot exceed 4 percent. How ever, the interest rate on a non-real estate loan which is to be insure’ for then lender, instead of guaranteed may be as much as 5.70 percent. Y'ou can abtain information concerning in sured and guaranteed loans at any Veterans Administration office, and from various landing agencies. The 10 questions most frequently asked by World War 11 veterans in Nebraska about education under the G. I. Bill were answered today by Ash ley Westmorejand, Lincoln regional office manager of the Veterans Ad ministration. The veterans asked the questions in a survey the VA oonducted to learn how much they know about their fed eral benefits. The questions and in swers follow. Q. How is the length of entitle ment calculated and d^^g q year of entitlement mean a school year or a calender year? A. Under the G. I. Bill, any eligible veteran is entitled to education or job-training for a period of one cal endar year, plus the time he spent in the armed forces between Sept. 16, 1<W0 and the official end of the war. Q- What schools may a veteran at tend under the G. I. Bill? A. A Vetqpan may enroll in any ap oprved school that will accept him. Q- What'hooks and equipment aoes VA supply the veteran i nschool? A. VA pays for all books and equip, ment that the school requires of all student* in the same course so long «s this amount plus tuition does not exceed $500 a year for the course. Q. How much subsistence is paid and soon may the vetertm expect to receive benefits after he is enrolled? . VA may Pay eligible veterans , out dependents a subsistence al lowance of $65 a month and veterans with one or more dependents, $90 a "“nth. The length of time required to issue the first subsistence check >anes with each case. Generally the lim check is issued within 30 days after the end of the first monthly pay Period. Subsistence allowances in ar rears are paid but none is phid in advance. • Q' May the veteran change his course if he finds the original course in which he enrolled is not satisfactory? A, Yes, providing he has VA’s per mission to do so. Whenever the facts in die case indicate that a change will be to the best interest of the veteran, VA will grant authorization for the change. (J. May a veteran receive VA sub sistence payments if he works while attentiOsg school under the G. 1. BUI? A. He may work part-time or full time and still draw his full allowance provided that the wages he earns for such employment, plus his subsist ence allowance wfiile attending school does not total more than $175 a month if he has no dependents or $200 a Legal Notices IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF DOUGLAS 'COUNTY, NEBRASKA Doc. 404 No. 185 ORDER LUCILLE L. RYAN, Plaintiff, vs. EARLE L. RYAN, Defendant. This matter came on to be heard on this 24th day of September, 1947, upon the motion and affidavit of the plain tiff for leave to procure service of pro cess upon the defendant herein by publication, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court from the af fidavit of the plaintiff, that the plain tiff does not know the address or resi dence of the defendant and has not been able to ascertain either, after reasonable and due inquiry and dili gent search continued for three months after the filing of the plaintiff s peti tion. It is therefore ordered that notice of | the pendency of this action shall be [ given to the defendant by publication in a legal newspaper in Douglas I County, Nebraska, for four successive weeks. BY The Court Judge James M. Fitzgerald District Judge IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF DOUGLAS COUNTY, NEBRASKA Doc. 404 No. 185 AFFIDAVIT LUCILLE L. RYAN, Plaintiff, vs EARLE L. RYAN, Defendant. STATE OF NEBRASKA) ) ss COUNTY OF DOUGLAS) Harold L. Hunt, being first duly sworn upon path, deposes and says that he is the attorney for the plaintiff herein; that the plaintiff filed her petition on the 24th day of March 1947, against Earle L. Ryan the defendant herein, the object and prayer of which is to secure an annullment of a mar riage from the defendant; affiant fur ther states that the plaintiff does not know the whereabouts, address or re sidence of the defendant and has not been able to ascertain either, after rea sonable and due inquiry and diligent search, continued for more than three months after the filing of the plain tiffs petition. WHEREFORE plantiff prays for an •rder for service upon the defendant by publication. Subscribed and sworn to before me, a Notary Public, in and for Dou glas County, Nebraska, on nis 24th day of September, 1947. Ralph R. Bremer Notary Pubblic 4t—Beg. 9-27-47 End. 10-18-47 month if has one or more dependents. His VA subsistence allowance is re duced proportionately when the total exceeds tne foregoing statutory limits. Q. What happens if the veteran's marks are low or his progress is unsatisfactory? A. He may receive the assistance of VA’s educational and guidance ser vice in an endeavor to correct those factors which may be cotributing to his deficiency. But he is obliged to meet the requirements of the school if he wishes to continue his course. Q. May the veteran take part of his training in one school and part in another? A. VA may permit a veteran to take more than one'course of study at the 9ame time, either in the same or in a different school, provided that the course in the second school is not of fered by the first school in which the veteran is enrolled and the lattek' school will certify that the course is essential to the successful completion of the veteran's training objective. Q. May a veteran study with a private teacher and receive benefits under the G. I. 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