The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, April 15, 1933, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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THEATRES - SPORTS - SOCIETY & WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES
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Seattle
News
SNAPSHOTS
momty a leader h»s a ffT a rn l
BY W. 4. W H E ATO N
NEGRO FARM ERS' DAY
M.wt
class. Tho great loador« of t.xlav are
mon whose rarly or lain was o f tho
people whoso oauao thoy espouse. It
IH 'i'K JORDAN - SIS 2.1 id Avo. Editor Phono t o 1430'
Is ot>Ttou,s that mon such as Stalin,1
Y V O N N E C H A TTE R S ■ 206 25th A t * N . Fast 6115. Assistant o«IH.vr
Mussolini. Komal and Ghamit should
sroild saeh groat Influonoo ooor tho
■
■uannoa Thay were ollhor fr .n tho /¡OVOCATE ON SALE A T BROW N'S Ihe wook with various programs ana
poph» or m'nglod In tho lif* of Iho BARBERSHOP, cor. 23rd A Madison tnloroallng dlsouashms hold al Iho V
people with a cloar understanding of
\V. C A Meetings «e r o also conduct
April 1st was sot asido by Iho Nft- •>»*<* “ •*<«* »«“ ' doslroa Unooln was
Mr> R Kowsor receive,! word from
«* ,h* ,hur' h honoring this v i e ­
lter hratlou.
h„ r „ „ „
N<>. Orloan. .hat
Ilonal Farm Board to allow ,ho Nogro f
h o o * ««
«• »
for the people "Go»l must hare loved
beloved brother. Mr John L ow I» was
farmer and tho 4-H hoys snd girl* of
the common people. He made so many
Mr Sam Bushnell entertain «! a very
dead
tho South to *nform tho nation of thoir
of them", said Lincoln. Frederick
select group of hts friends at a sur-
actlTitloa in aiding to tho potential
Douglass. Booker T Washington were
Mrs. Gladys Rashier. will entertaln l*1’1** PSUjr in honor of Miss 1. lie I le
wealth of the country. Some ach­
leaders because they, being of the
H«tmond. His guest* were:
M ano
the Harmony Art flu b at her home on
ievements bordered on tho miraculous.
people, realised the condition and were
Dutch Mayfield. Joe Stanton, Harold
Queen Anne Hill
Farmer* told how thoy had succeeded
sympathtlc. The one who*« life and
Henning Ted Jone*, bèi Bushnell. AK
In buying the farm» which thoy now
saying have left their Imprint upon
vester W arfield and Gene Holmes; the
The delegates for tho Alton Chris­
tilled. Farmers wires told how thoy
Misas Annie and Yvonne Chatters, VI-j ,,
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tho world and whose Ideal* are the
,
I Mrs Roy Garnett, of Seattle, for
at the First
bad transformed the cabin into com ^
priBcip,M of rtTUiultoD. th„ tian Endeavor leagu e
ola Owmaby. Wlnmfrod Ingram. Milu-1 lllir |y ,,f Portland. Is here visiting
Methodist
Church
in
Ballard,
are:
fort.blo Place, to dweU_In;_equipped , ^ , v SMMpn#- lhTtM . BOD|. th, hum
r « l Artis and Lucilie slid Geraldine her parents snd daughter* She will
Miss Muriel Fletcher, Mr. Kolano
with all the modern conveniences and
K«im ond Misses Viola Owmsby ann remain over the Easier holiday*
ble when He jnight have occupied the
Blackwell and Mr An atole« Jordan
labor saving devices. Boys and girls,
Mr* Garnett says she likes Beattie
Yvonne Chatters won first and second
throne of a king, but he dedicated His
and no doubt, when her daughters fin­
members of the 4-H clubs told tho na­
prîtes in the whist contest.
service to the needy. The American
ish high school in Portland, will attend
Mr. Haywood Roberta entertalne,.
tion how they were successful in rais­
The Falcon basketball team will the 1’ ntverslty of Washington
Negro of the present day is in dire
Mr
a number of friends at a house party
ing bumper crops and breeding and
play against the Japanese boy* at Col­ Garnett Is manager of the
Angelus
straits. Hi* industrial and economic
honoring
Mr.
Henry
Woods,
after
his
rearing prl*e cattle and poultry. The
Funeral Home In Seattle
lins Field House Wednesday evening
conditions are deplorable
There is
hard-fought battle Tuesday night.
Information given waa both informing
no adequate leadership. It is not be­
Bishop and Mrs J W Martin, of
and interesting. Those farmers and
Miss Leona Fletcher, president of | a>* Angeles. California, are the house
cause of lack of intelligence or schol­
The Young Men's Progressive Clun
the boys and girls of the 4-H clubs are
astic attainment. Every year wo are
the Baptist Young People's Union led cu e»!» of Reverend ami Mrs l.ee Roy
dance and jig-saw party Saturday
doing a splendid service.
They are
the discussion last Sunday. Her topic humid
turning out hundreds of young men
night was quite a success. The popu­
refuting the argument made by ene­
was "H ow does Ihe teaching of Jesus
and women from colleges and univer­
lar Mr. Joe Stanton and his well-
mies of the Negro that he does not
Mr lientiis Kimbrough, of llwaco.
Change Business"'*
sities. Why then this lark of leader
Washington will pas* the Easter In
known Jug band furnished the music
produce nor add to the wealth of the
ship? The reason: The majority of
' Portland and will be the guest Sun
ami entertainment.
nation It gives the lie also to those
The High school girl reserve* held day afternoon, of Mr and Mr* Jerome
the learned forget that undisseminat­
who doubt his courage. Those men and
an Interesting program on Negro tria l Franklin
ed knowledge is like a barren fruit
An all day meeting was held Sun­
women, boys and girls are doing what
lory last wek Plan, were also laid
tree Instead of giving service they
Rev W R l-ovell was the guest of
day by members of the Mount Zion
is done under the greatest of d iffi­
for a Penny Carnival to tie held some­
seek service. They fear to mingle with
Mr and Mrs T Johnson of Alberta
Baptist Church A good old fashioned
culty
They are accomplishing the*«
time in this month
the people because of their intellectn-
during hla recent vlalt to Portland
basket dinner was enjoyed by mem
teats in the face of the most veno­
_
.
al superiority. In loto: their supercil- .
. . .
.
bors and friends
mous racial prejudice Thev are face ..
Lillian Jeler Dwvls announces Ihre#
Mrs Wyatt William*, and her mo-
lions attitude creates an antagonism
to face with the knowledge that envy
Easter Observances Palm Sunday at ">• ''■ * r * l emira Anderson, are pass
that nullifies their usefulness. A lead­
lug the Easter holidays with friend*
Mrs. Roy Garnett, popular member
can at any moment trump up some
o'clock. April 3 The Christ Trial be-
er will jtrise but unless there is a
In Seattle
of the First A M E church choir
charge that will set fire to the home,
fore
Pontius
Pilate.
Ihe
Roman
Gover­
change in the mode of our college
will spend the Easter holidays with
kill the live stock and ruin the crops.
nor.
I Mr and Mr* K L Jamison were
bred men and women, that leader, like
her daughters in Portland. Oregon.
They are not daunted In them w* see
host* at a deliftlous chicken dinner
Douglass and Washington, will come
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Good
FriSar
she
la
presenting
tne
Saturday fo r'th e pleasure o f Mr
a resurgence of the spirit that ani­
from the proletariat.
Mr George Garner, famous Negro Crucifixion at 7 o’clock A M
suit Mrs Jerome Franklin snd Ivan
mated our forebears and helped them
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tenor was In the city last week, the
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Cannady
to overcome harriers higher and »Iron
Easter Sunday she Is presenting tae
guest of Professor L® L Magruder
ger than the obstacles which we to- NO TIM E FOR FOREIGN
Resurrection ond the ascension at 7 The annual fashion show and dance
day encounter.
A M St the Mount Zion llapllsl
h y jh e
° * ,W of s* lp'
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E NTAN G LE M EN TS
Mr John Gayton. loading tenor of
Phillip* Mission, will be held on Eas
Church.
President R o o ^ re lt ha. caused the “ *«
A M E
rbu" b
• ^ ^ i i L ' s t w ' l n ^ . U r * . 1'Trompt'
GERMANS ANO TH E JEW
The Monnt z
Zion
B YPU b*
hare
organ-
World Court protocol to be sidetrack- to h“ k
b“
*ob “
Tb*
'» “ RYPl'
" ”'
« » * i ^ .t » » ^ lm„cTn. "tli £ f m i ft
People of all religious faiths laid *d in the Foreign Relations Commit- *b* r,ff
,*<>d * Junior choir snd sre planning lllll(| ,
aside their prejudices.
if any. and tee indefinitely. It was a wise move
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* lovely program for Youlh s Day to 1
I Friends of l-eon Johnson ar* stail
voiced vigorous protests to the Ger- on the part of the Executive for. al-
Tbe Alien Christian Endeavor be held in May.
i lo boo him out again Lao has been
man government for its treatment of though early coninderatlon of the I-***ue Program for Easter Sunday
laid up with fool trouble
HUMOR.
PAST
AND
PRESENT
the Jewi. The new Testament and the protocol was one of the planks em- wi'' *** ** ,ollo,,s
Shelby Ellis and Cornelius Young
By Rodger Robinson
I have gone to Seattle for Easier
old came together as a common Bible bodied in the convention olatform at
* ° n* ®*rTtce
bF Jae Stanton;
S E A T T LE . W A SH IN G TO N
in defense of a people whose religious the Democratic (P a rty! convention. It Praypr le<1 bT Mr* Martin; Scripture
m ny Irish had migrated hero thoy bo-
faith has stood the test of ages It is would have been suicidal to have p re * Re» dln* b7 Shelton Ellis; Group song,
i
In the Stone Age. Humor was prob- rame tho brunt of our humorlots In
a splendid sign: this rallying of re-jsed it Tor confirmation at this time ,yd br Jo* S,* nlon'
kreeuna
H or,U " Alger **■*• * n " 'N “ * of ° * r-
llgions for a humane cause It appears That question has been hanging fire Muriel Fletcher: Group son*, led by ably provoked by tickling Ihe soles o f j man
tmmtgranta Inspired laughter
to be the harbinger of better things, for the past ten years and it is time Joe Stanton; Easter Mesage. by Walt- the feet or beaming a nominal mother
a
club
In
the
T
b
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It might be the entering wedge for that It was disposed of. The American * r
“ ««» Y ” “ n«
tn l» w on tb* h“ d w " b
new and permanent place In American
the destroying of Intolerance. With people sre in no temper to flirt with Helen Joba,OD: Pl* no • '» « • « ‘on. Mil- Middle Age*, the biggest lsughmsh-r.
humor Jewiah domination of New
the destruction of intolerance which-is northing which savor* of foreign en- Urd R‘ch» rd» : S»*»- ^ » a r d Gayton: *s far a* royal visibilities were con-
York City In turn brought that rar*
the basis of all hatreds, will come the tanglement. and the partv who insist* Re,n* r,t'
*‘ « b‘ of • nns.hspei. Into the limelight
time wheu Truth and Justice will be on participation will sound iu doom
F^ n
to
hum* n **•">* l^ r Pub“ r « • « » «
Then esme the revival of satire
the forces ruling mankind. Now. just There Is no doubt of its defeat should
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,nd pr' ’ “ ' " " r" ‘ r"
eOB,r“ " ‘ #d * The magatine "llallyhon" led the way
The High School Girl Reserves win high degree of enjoyment to all save
suppose that the united effort* of the It ever come on the floor of fhe Sen­
by burlesquing Maniant
advertising
Jew and Christian raised its. or their ate. but the time taken in debate and have as their speaker this week, fea- the victims
that had broken during fat years
taring
Negro
History.
Mis*
Margaret
Shortly
before
the
Civil
War
so
ma
voices and demand of TH IS N ATIO N political manoeuvres would consume
In the newspapers, we h sv« our col­
that the eight Negro boys on trial at |much valuable time. It was in keeping People* The * ,rl* * r‘‘
»ork ln g
umnist* Samson had been more or
on
their
Mothers
and
Daughters
ban
Decatur should be given a fair and with the White House program that
less our first columnist Rut thaï hon
F IR ST A. M. E. ZION CHURCH
qoet plans to be given April fin d
unprejudiced hearing before the tribu­ questions
of domestic Importance
or rightly belongs to Joe Miller 11(84
14th Avenue A East Pik* Sts.
nal of the State. Don't you believe should be cared for first. One thing is
1783t. For hi* famous, snd still em­
Rev. H. Lee Johnstons, Pastor
The Revellers met at the home of
that the nation wonld have heard' dentcertain and that is that the presi­
ployed. Joke Bonk, he lifted almost a*
Yes' Christian and Jew of the United dent has earned the respect of those Miss Winnifred Ingram The girls are
many things as did Benjamin Frank
Strangers Especially Welcome
Ststes. there is a great work to <lo who opposed his election as much so contemplating giving a play
lin for his famous Alm anarh" It was
Negro
History
Week
has
taken
up
here at home. Pogroms, industrial as his adherents, for the earnest, fear-
harder in that day. tor Ihe editorial
Schedule of Services
boycotts. and atrocities too loathsome : less manner in which he Pas accom-
room shears and gluepot had not ysf
9 45 A M. — Sunday School
for mention are of daily occurence, plished things,
been invented The field I* so crowded
11 A M. — Sermon
but the protests which have been of­
and professional jealousy Is an strong
7:60
P
M.
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fered are so feeble that they fail to
that If all the columnist* were to
8:00 P. M. — Sermon
penetrate the armor of ignorance and ? ................
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COAL
meet In a convention It would be so !
intolerance. The difference between | CAPT. HARMS IN TE R N ATIO N -
Per ton . . . .
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quiet that you could hear a pin drop.
EBENEZER A. M. E. CHURCH
the persecution of the Jew in Ger- |
A L DETECTIVE AGENCY, INC
And UP
Folks who are fond of wlsoeraeka
W e Handle A ll Kinds of Coal
many and the Negro In the United ]
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23rd Avenue ft East OHv* St.
usually t ake a lot of punishment
Rev. George F. Martin, Pastor
WOOD
States is. that in Germany there is I Reliable detective service. Criml-
Professor Frank Rand
poet and
but one Hitler to combat while in the : nal and civil Investigations a
dramatist of Springfield Masa . say*
United States there are hundreds of ; specialty, 'Not promises but re
Schedul* of Sunday Strvicst
Our wood la dry and
that In " I » v e 's I .a Mir l » s t ” . Shakes­
prototypes.
j suits'
9:30 A. M. — Sunday b hool
«vili pleaes you.
peare used 250 puna Many famous
11:00 A M. — Sermon
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|
614 Swetland Bldg.,
rommllan* spend hours racking their
PR O M PT D ELIVERY
« 30 P. M. — Varlck C. E.
| ______ (Washington at Fifth»
brains to devise some laugh provoking
Phone EAst 4282
8:00 P. M. — Sermon
REAL LEADERS OF TH E PE O PLE \ ^ P P F -
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crack that will he good enough to uae
,
1 Phone A T 2567.
Nlobt UN 1234
In his profession
In every world crisis affecting hu- !
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FUEL & T R A N S FE R
Prayer Meeting Every Wed at 8
Bert Williams ihe famous Negro co- I
these leaders have come from humble
-fi
1818 • 23rd A re
Seattle, Wn
median was the outstanding "pun” de­
Strangers Especially Welcome
liverer of all limes The present day
artists try lo imitate him bul always
fall short of his artistry.
MT. ZION B A P T IS T CHURCH
Without bail grammar and spelling
PA TR O N IZE
Rev. T. M. Oavis, Pastor
we would not have Ihe peerless W ill
• * * The—
Rogers, even If W ill now seems In lie
Schedule of Sunday Services
more tied up In politics than he ever
9:30 A M. — Sunday School
G A L A
T H E A T R E
was with his lasso Ed Wynn. Ihe Per­
11:00 A. M. — Sermon
fect Fool on the stage and sialic, ad­
* 30 P. M. — B. Y. P. U.
22nd Ave aifd E. Madison St.
mits that he uses "warmed over puns".
8:00 P. M, — Sermon
New Management
New Owners
However, a good humorist today Is
one
who can humor his creditors suc­
Fine Choir and Congregational
NEW EQUIPM ENT
cessfully.
Singing
L oh Cost fu e l
$ 6.00
L»*d
¡torvo un a e m* il Isaf of Islluco or oft
shrcddml lenii» e ac the llrst cours* (ft
luncheon or dinner.
•PR IN U MENUS FEATU RE FRUIT
ANO LAMB
S 3 .7 5
e -i-M IIS Is su «sc >11«. I Urns of yssr
I lo think shout adding something
to pep up our appetite* and lu
troduelng something that aavura of
spring to our diets, lluo good « * y to
start I* to slinilnst* hot. «specially
cream, soup every oilier night aud sub
■titute a fruit cocktail or appollssr of
some kind. Then, sine« spring lauib will
soon be al Its bsat, you will b* serving
It ttuile freuuenlly and would probably
na* to know of some Ini,-resting way*
Mm.-ed lamb, biscuit dough, gravy or
whit* sauc*
Maks a hatch of biscuit dough and
roll l| out lo thickness of about uno-
half Inch. M il the lamb with enough
gravy or medium thick white sauce to
molslon It well, and lasts lo soo If It
needs any seasoning. A dash of Won
ceslsrshlro sauc*. s minced onion or a
little more salt will g lv* the meat mil-
turo an oitra dmh of flavor. Hproad
Iho meal m in or* ou th* dough snd roll
up Ilk* a Jelly roll. I'lac* |n greased
pan and bake In gas oven al m->derat*
heat until dough le a golden brown,
here*, cut lu slices, tnd cover with
mors gravy or wlib a medium wblta
sauce to which a fee chopped cooked
mushroom* have been added. You do
not need potatoes with Hit* dish. Also,
any other meat may bo substituted tor
lamb.
to use It up Die second or third day.
Therefore, yOu will *td below some rec­
ipes for appetisers and leftover lauib
which should add double cheer lo your
meal planning non from Iho economy
standpoint and for the touch of spring
that does us all good after a loti* dose
of winter
Melua Cup
Cantaloupe, honey dew or cssaha
melon, rut in rubee. mite,! with halved
maraoehiao
chernee.
lemon
juice
equeesed over them, sugar added lo
last* Chill thoroughly In gas tsfrigera
lor and serve In fruit cocktail glsaaee
S o u th e rn
Chilled
with lung
sprinkled
cherries
pour over
l-emb flle f
Cooked r . fresh lomsloes. small
minced onion
-,-ped lamb, gravy er
thin whit* eauce huiisred crumbs
M il the rtce with tha onion, chopped
meat and grnvy or white sauce and
last*. Add seasoning If nesded Th*
m ilia r* should be qalle moist Put a
layer ta a baking dish ind add a layer
of thinly »(Iced tomatoes, another layer
of rice, the rest of th* illrsd tomato*«
and a lop layer of iIce mlnurn. Cover
wllh buttered crum >t and bake In gte
range oven, moderately hot. until th#
crumbs are browned. Buttered beets
are a good vegetable to serve with this
dish.
t up
grapefruit sections, com tuned
this sections of canned pear*,
niih chopped green metilh*
Chill, sad Just before serviag
the lop * Hills of the meath*
Minted tirapetrurt t nr king
Cut * grapefruit in half snd loosen the
pulp from ihe rind and partitions, using
a sharp knife Do no« cul out th* center,
but remove all the eseds Cul out every
fourth section of grapefruit snd replace
II with a wedge shaped slice of mint
jolly, gprmkio with sugar and chill thor­
oughly in gas refrigerator
Tomato Supreme
Sis very small tomato**. Q rake cream
eh**** I tablespoon* cream, t tablespoon
Chill aauro. t table*poor isiaup. S tea­
spoon paprika salt, popper
Scald tomatoes, rsa o v * skin sod
centers, sprinkle Inside of tomato with
salt, snd chill ta cabinet of gas rsfrlg
srator. M il rboss*. rrsaia. Chill saar*
catsup, paprika, salt and pepper to
gather Into a thick, smooth rroam Fill
Iho tomato«* wt,h this m lilur* sad ro
lura lo refrigerator until ready lo
asrv*. Top wllh mayonnaise dressing
Lamb Casaorele
Cat lamb In small pieces Put lamb
and macaroni ta layers In a greased
rtsserol*.
Pour thin gravy or Ihta
while sauce over the top layer and
cover with bread crumbs Rake la a
hot ovea Id minutes or until crumb*
ar* brown.
Curriod Lam*
Cul lamb In oaelarh cubs* Rshsbl
In tbs Itmb gravy to which a Httl#
curvy powder ha* b**n added
Holliday 8i Holliday
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