The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, March 15, 1958, Image 4

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    Hi there!
My name is Ben. I’m one of thousands of
boys and girls you have helped by contrib
uting to Easter Seals.
In saying “thanks" for all of us, may I
ask you to give generously again this year?
Many of us still need the help that Easter
Seals make possible. And only through
your giits can we look to a future that will
let us walk, run and play like other kids.
We’re counting on you. Thanks again.
for hope, opportunity, independence
Forensic Trophy
Won by Creighton
The State Championship Tro
phy in the men’s division of
the Nebraska Intercollegiate
captured by Creighton Univer
sity.
Jerry O’Kief, Wood Lake,
Neb., and Franklin Barrett, 4208
Bedford Avenue, were awarded
the traveling award after com
piling a record of four wins and
one losa In the annual tourna
ment. The meeting was held
Saturday at Dana College,
Blair. Neb.
The Creightonites received
staunch support from their col
leagues in die Junior division.
In this competition Creighton
teams finished first and second.
Jerome R. Crooms, 2707 Maple
Street, and Michael L. Carsey,
1611 Frederick Street, competed
as one unit. The second Junior
division entry from the Hilltop
was Don R. Prinz, West Point,
Neb., and Geraldine Brady, 4032
Burt Street.
The newly-crowned men’s
state champions were severely
challenged by Larry Lechner
and Bill Milldycke of Kearney
State Teachers College who had
a similar mark of four wins and
one loss in the competition.
The women’s division trophy
went to Christine Larson and
Carol Ruge of the University
of Omaha with a record of three
wins and two losses. Nancy
Hoppel and Linda Mann of
Midland College also had a
three-two mark in the tourna
ment.
Teams were debating both
sides of the question Resolved:
That the Requirement of Mem
bership in a Labor Organiza
tion as a Condition of Employ
ment Should be Illegal..
Viola Dougla*
Mrs. Viola Douglas, age 52
years, of 975 No. 27 St., expired
suddenly Tuesday morning
Febr. 25, 1958 at a local hos
pital.
A native of Evergreen, Ala.,
she came to Omaha 40 years
ago arid was an ardent worker
at Pilgrim Baptist Church.
She is survived by her son,
Eugene Harrison; sister, Mrs.
Hettie Golden; 2 brothers, Joe
and Patrick Golden; aunt, Mrs.
Mena Bowens, all of Omaha; 2
nieces, Mrs. Hazel Young of
Omaha, and Mrs. Mary Gaskin
of Oakland, Calif.; 3 nephews,
Herman, Mack, and Penn
Franklin of Omaha; daughter
in-law, Mrs. Beatrice Harrison
and a host of other relatives.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday Febr. 27, 1958 at 2:00
p.m. from the Pilgrim Baptist
Church with Rev. Charles Fa
vors officiating. Interment will
be in the family plot at Forest
Lawn Cemetery.
Myers Funeral Service.
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GEORGE EDWARD COLS
A comploint wof Rim btlote o
United Stole* Commiwoner at San
Francisco, Calif., on January 9, 1957,
charging George Edword Cole with vio
lation of the Unlawful Flight to Avoid
Prosecution Statute in that he fled from
the State of California to avoid pro*e
cutlon after allegedly murdering a
police officer.
Col* i* described o» follow*: Born,
March 24, 1927, Philadelphia, Pa.
Height, 6 feet I inch. Weight, ItO to
171 pound*. Build, medium. Hair,
brown, receding. Eye*, brown. Com.
p'ttion, medium. Race, white. No
ti r.ality, American. Occupation*: bus
o' ftt, truck driver, typist. Scar* and
r jik*: pit tear on outside corner of
i t eye, snail cut scar o.l inside of
left wri*t, appendectomy (car; tattoo.
: o'! heart and nome* "Mom" and
’ s>cu" and letter* “GP" or "SP" on left
ft;: arm; tattoo, 8*point ftor on back of
Iti! hand. He wear* full upper denture.
Cole ho* previously been convicted
o! grand larceny and robbery. He re
porltdly has dated that he will shoot
ony police officer attempting to appre
hend him. Col* i* considered armed
and dangerous
Any person hoving information which
might assist in locating thi* fugitive i*
requested to immediately notify the
Director of the Federal Bureau of In
vestigation, United State* Department
of Justice, Wodiington 25, D. C., or the
Special Agent in Charge of the nearest
FBI Division, the telephone number of
which appear* on the first page of local
telephone directories
John H. Davis Dies
John Henry Davis, age 60
years, of 3707 No. 23, St., ex
pired Monday morning March
3, 1958 at the Veteran* Admin
istration hospital.
A native of Navasota, Texas,
he was a resident of Omaha
34 years, and was a veteran of
World War I.
Mr. Davis was Recording Sec
retary of Iroquois Lodge No. 92.
I.B.P.O.E. of W„ Chief Scribe of
the Past Exalted Rulers Coun
cil No. 68, and Captain of Ralph
Bates Marching Club Antlered
Guard.
He was for many years Fi
nancial Secretary of Rough
Ashler Lodge No. 1, F. & A. M.
tP.H.A.i, and is a Past Worthy
Patron of Shaffer Chapter No.
1, O.E.S.
Past President of the Metho
dist Mens Club, he was a form
er member of the Trustee and
Usher Boards of Clair Methodist
Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Blanche E. Davis. Daugh
ter Ruler of Cherokee Temple
No. 223, I.B.P.O.E. of W„ Oma
ha; daughter, Jane Ruth John
son; 2 grandchildren, Delma
Jean Brown of St. Paul, Minn.,
Omaha; 3 sisters, Mrs. Emma
Jean Broown of St. Paul, Minn.,
Mrs. Thelma Cason of Denver,
Colo., and Mrs. Ruby Parker of
Hampton, Va.; 5 nieces, Mrs.
Patricia Fields of Omaha, Mrs.
Madeline Davis, Mrs. Celia M.
Smith, Mrs. Beverly Taylor of
Denver, Colo., Mrs. Aline Cy
press and Mrs. Sueetta Reddich
of Hampton, Va.; nephew, Burl
Bowens, Jr. of Hampton, Va.
and a host of other relatives.
Funeral services were held
Thursday March 6, 1958 at 1:00
p.m. from the Clair Methodist
Church with Rev. E. T. Streeter
officiating assisted by Rev. F.
C. Williams and other ministers.
Interment was In the family
plot at Forest Lawn Cemetery.
Iroquois Lodge No. 92,
I B.P.O.E. of W„ Atty. Charles
F. Davis, Exalted Ruler, had
charge of Fraternal rites and
Brethren of Antlered Guard
served as Pallbearers.
Honorary Pallbearers were
members of the Masonic Family
and Clair Methodist Church.
Myers Funeral Service.
Jerry Watson
Jerry Watson, age 97 years, of
2616 Grant St, expired Thurs
day evening Febr. 27, 1958 at
a local hospital.
A native of Nashville, Tenn.,
he was an Omaha resident 41
years and was the oldest mem
ber in Mt, Moriah Baptist
Church.
He is survived by his step
daughter, Mrs. Anna Weathers
of Kansas City, Kans.; 6 nieces,
Mrs. Sadie Thomas Of Omaha,
Mrs. Louise Adams of Los An
geles, Calif., Mrs, Geneva Jack
son of St Joseph, Mo,, Mrs. El
len Pauline of Omaha, Mrs. Ida
Ballard of Wichita, Kans., Mrs.
Elizabeth Walker of Elwood,
Kans., and a host of other rel
atives.
Funeral service* were held
Tuesday March 4, 1958 at 2:00
p.m. from the Mt. Moriah Bap.
tist Church with Rev. David St.
Clair officiating. Interment was
at Mt. Hope Cemetery.
Pallbearers Messers. H. G.
Combs, W. R. Rogers, R. Rey
nolds, Thomas Baltimore, C. W.
Whitley and H. Briggs.
Myers Funeral Service.
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