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L. B. H.—Look into my pitiful
condition and lend me a helping
hand if you please. Last night 1
saw him with another woman and
you know how I felt about him
walking with her right before me.
Tell me what to do about it?
Ans: Play the same game that
he is playing—get you a friend
and show off in front of him. This
man does have other friends, and I
feel that you would be making a
mistake to concentrate on him al
together. Someone else will come
into your life who will mean more
to you later on.
L. T. G.—I want to know if my
husband is going with this so-call
ed girl he has in his car all of the
time? I hope he gets drafted
Ans: Well there isn’t any rea
son for him to be hauling her ar
ound if he wasn’t interest in her—
I think that it is time for you to
put a stop to this business. Let
him know that you won’t stand
any mere of it Your husband
will probably bo classified very
soon in regards to the draft.
S. C. M.—Wo have been want
ing to move for the past few
nv'ftbs and wondor i.1 it woul l be
alright to do to?
Ars: A change is recommend
ed since you are so dissatisfied.
Stay there in tbe city, but look
arou.-d for a de'wrble place to
li ‘V where you w.H nave more pri
0. M-—I am m the middle of a
l ed f.x. I am ana have bee”, iak
.;ig e course of i?gal training thru
the mail. I am delinquent hi my
p..ynunts and am financially un
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Joe’s Food Market
(Formerly Herman’s Market)
2422 NORTH 24th ST. Telephone WE-5444
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY
ORANGE AND BLUE FOOD STAMPS RE
DEEMED at JOE’S Food Market at Low
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COFFEE P0,JNU 15c
Butter, lb. 34c
FLOUR, 5 lb. bag 19c
Prunes, 2 lb. pkg. 15c
Soda Crackers, lb. pkg. 9c
2 pound box 17c
Cookies, lb. 121/2c
Corn, 3 cans 25c
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Dill Pickles, _10c
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Pot Roast, lb. _20c
Venl Roast, lb._ 18c
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Dry Salt Jowls, lb. -10c
YAMS, pound 5c
Oranges, dizen 19c
Grapefruit, each 4c
Catsup, large bottle 10c
able to meet biis demand. The
< ompany is threatening to sue me.
Tell me what to c'f ?
Acs: They can’t get blood out
of a turnip—let them wait. I tug
gost that you write the compa ly
a nice letter explaining to them
that you intend to take up your
payments just as soon as you can
get work. Get out and hunt a job
—this matter should be handled
satisfactory and I don’t think
they will enter suit if you make
arrangements to take up these
payments in a few months time.
C- B.—Would it be advisable for
me to marry this boy I have now?
Hope you giye me some advice
Ans: The first thing you must
do :s get your DIVORCE fiom
your former husband. The man
you are going with admires you —
seems to me that he is yery sin
cere m wanting you to become his
H- B. N.—What would be the
proper thing to do about the acci
dent tnat I was in recently. Some
one told me that I should get me
a lawyer right away.
Ans: The company operating
the bus you were injured on knows
about the accident and they are
waiting for you to contact them.
Go to their office immediately ana
file your complaint. I don’t ad
vise your seeing a lawyer unless
necessary—if you did—you would
have to give him a good portion of
vhat you collected for his fee.
L. S.—Would it turn out alright
if 1 married my girl friend’s hus
band as I now have in mind? I
feel worried about it and do not
know what to do as I have no par
ents to tell me.
Ar,t: As long as your girl
friend lived she was very fonj of
you md I am sure that she would
approve of you taking her baby
and marrying her husband. He
is in love with you now and I see
no reason why you shouldn’t mar
ry him at an early date.
(Continued from page 1)
James Walter Fisher, instructor
in social sciences, Delaware State
college, for an historical study of
the slave and the free Negro in
Delaware, at the University of
Estella Harris Scott, head resi
dent, Fisk university social cent
er, and instructor in the depart
ment of social sciences, for studies
in sociology, at the University of
Mabel Murphy Smythe, instruc
tor at Fort Valley State college,
Ga., for study of the effects of
protective labor legislation on Ne
gro workers, at the University of
Waters Edwin Turpin, instruct
or in English language and liter
ature, Lincoln university, Pa., for
the writing of a novel about the
Maryland free Negro.
Samuel Z. Westerfield, Jr.,
Washington, for a study of the
consumer purchasing and savings
habits of Negroes and whites, at
the same income level, at Harvard
Clyde Julian Wdnkfield, Chicago
accompanist for Etta Moten, for
Nancy Bullock Woolridge, ass
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istant professor of English lang
uage and literature, Louisville
Municipal college, for studies in
American literature, at the Univ
ersity of Chicago, dealing espec
ially with the literature depiction
of the Negro religious character.
Margaret Just Wormley, in
structor in English language and
literature, Miner Teachers college
Washington, for studies in Amer
ican literature, at Boston Uni.
Lyonel Charles Florant, New
York City, for a study of the pat
tern of Negro population move
ments since 1930, at the University
of Chicago. Reappointment.
Manet Helen Fowler, New York
City, for studies in social anthro
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roit, for studies in philosophy, at
the University of Michigan.
Edmonia White Grant, princip
al of the Peebles School, Nasliv.lle
for studies in adult education.
Harry James Green Jr., assoc
iate professor of chemistry, North
Carolina A. & T. college, for stud
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Henry Aaron Hill, St. Joseph,
Mo., &for studies in chemistry at
the Massachussetts Institute of
John Hope 11, instructor in eco
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consumption habits and credit
practices among low income fam
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the University of Chicago. Re
Langston Hughes, New York
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Lloyd Harris Hughes, instructor
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contributions of the Negro to the
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the University of California.
Bernard Samuel Jefferson, as
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Frederick Douglass Jenkins, Al
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Clifton Ralpfy Jones, Philadel
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Ulysses Grant Lee, Jr-, assist
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-By Frances Lee Barton——*
NO angels dwell in Angel Food
No cooks abide in cookies.
A crack in crackers is taboo
There are no
n rooks in
/ 1 rookies.
' I But this sponge
J cake is right
| ly named
f The very taste
> is regal.
I call it “Em
m press" and
™ that name
Is proper, apt and legal.
Empress Sponge Cake
1 cup sifted cake flour; 1% tea
spoons grated lemon rind; 2 table
spoons water; l1/*. cups sifted
granulated sugar; 7 egg yolks; 1%
tablespoons lemon juice; 7 egg
whites; M, teaspoon salt; % tea
spoon cream of tartar; % teaspoon
Sift flour once, measure, and sift
four times. Add lemon rind, water,
and % cup sugar to egg yolks and
beat with rotary egg beater until
very thick and light-colored. Add
lemon juice gradually, beating con
stantly. Add flour all at once and
stir until just blended. Beat egg
whites and salt with rotary egg
beater or flat wire whisk. When
foamy, add cream of tartar and
continue beating until egg whites
are stiff enough to hold up in peaks,
but not dry. Add remaining ^4 cup
sugar, 2 tablespoons at a time,
beating well. Fold in egg yolk mix
ture. Add vanilla. Turn into un
greased 10-inch tube pan. Cut gently
through batter with knife to remove
air bubbles. Bake in slow oven
(828° F.) 1 hour, or until done. Re
inove from oven and invert pan
1 hour, or until cold.
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(by Myrtle M. Goodlow)
When Spring’s miracles unfold
A message Divine is told,
Trees and flowers that long
Blossom forth more glorious
Telling us the reason why—
Our faith and hope should
That we too, shall live again
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In God’s Eternal Spring —
When we have shed our earthly
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