The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 21, 1996 · Page 42
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 42

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, January 21, 1996
Page 42
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This beautiful LOURDES CRYSTAL ROSARY has genuine crystal beads, sparkling with aurora borealis-like highlights, and a silvertone crucifix, centerpiece, and chain. The centerpiece has exquisitely detailed bas-relief images of Our Lady of Lourdes and the Lourdes Basilica on the front. The back of the centerpiece contains water from the famous spring at Lourdes. Each rosary comes in an attractive gift box. The LOURDES CRYSTAL ROSARY will be sent to those making an offering of $12 or more for the ministry of the Missionary Oblates among the world's needy. Enclosed is my offering for the worldwide ministry of the Missionary Oblates. D$12 Q$15 D$20 D$ Please send LOURDES CRYSTAL ROSARY(IES). #1114 ($12 ottering or more each) Name Address. City #1390 State .Z>P. Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows • Belleville 1L 62223-4694 Own Five Magnificent Historic Coins The AMERICAN CLASSICS coin set • Indian Head Penny •Baflalo Nickel •Walking Liberty Half Dollar • Standing Liberty Quarter • Silver Mercury Dime ONLY 95 Precious Obsolete Coins arc featured in this unique offering from the AMERICAN FOREVER Coin Collection. Imagine owning the breathtaking Walking Uberty-perhaps the most beautiful U.S. coin ever minted-or an Indian Head Penny over 85 years old! Increasingly Rare and Valuable, these much-loved designs are outstanding examples of the artists' skill and creativity. The Silver Mercury Dime and Walking Liberty are also prized for their 90% silver content. Completing the 5-piece set are the Buffalo/Indian Head Nickel and the Standing Liberty Quarter. An elegant display case allows viewing front and back, and has fascinating coin facts on the back. A pleasure to own and to treasure for years to come-Order yours today! 30-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE HERE'S HOW TO ORDER: Please specify American Classics Coin Set -Item #C707. Along with vour name, address, and zip code, enclose $19.95 plus $2.95 postage and handling. Spectacular 6ift Idea! TWO Sets for $38.00 plus $4.95 P&H. Make check/M.O. payable to Collectors Source, and mad to: Collectors Source, Dept ffl-3, Box 9010, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724-9010 NJ residents please add sales lax. Credit cards welcome-Visa or MasterCard only. Include card name, account number, and expiration date. Thank you for your order. Fulfillment (J&C Associates Please allow up lo 4-6 weeks for duliveiy. ©1995 COMMUNITY BY CLIFTON L. TAULBERT How to build kids a future The new movie 'Once Upon a Time ... When We Were Colored' details one way T ODAY, I WEAR a label called "successful," but it would not be so if not for them, the leaders of my "colored" community in Glen Allan, Miss., in the 1950s. Because they cared, shared their lives and trusted each other, they showed me the future. I never want to forget the basic ideals they practiced. It is my hope that my 1989 book — Once Upon a Time . . . When We Were Colored — and Tim Reid's new movie based on it provide a picture of how a caring community looked and behaved. Further, I want them both to cause all of us to discover our own critical role in the creation, maintenance and nurturing of community. It's easy to overlook such basic ideals, which I call the Eight Habits of the Heart. We must practice the habits: nurturing attitude, high expectancy, brotherhood, friendship, dependability, responsibility, courage, hope. Each must become a personal habit that builds the future. We must build in front of our children. If I want my son, Marshall, to be ABOUT THE MOVIE "to a nation torn by racial unhappiness, OncetyponaTJme.v.VWjenWfelVefe Co/pred 6 a film we need right now," Rogisf Ebert of The Chicago Sun-Dines recently pate, caffingjt "one of flje most important fflins jSb se>n this respectful of others, then he must hear me be kind and considerate of others, when no one is looking. If you want your child to value all people, then your child must see that brotherhood is your passion, not just another cause. If we want young people to be excited at the success of others, then they must see us rejoice for others. They must hear us say, "I knew she could do it. I expected it." If I want my nephews to know the value of standing outside the ring of selfishness and greed, then they must see me • ONLINE: Taulbert will answer questions In a live auditorium event, 10-10:45 p.m. ET this Sunday. America Online keyword: USA WEEKEND. stand for what is right, not just what is profitable and convenient. If we want all children to value the seasons of life, then they'd better see us visit the sick, mentor the young and welcome the elderly. That's how responsibility and dependability looked in the 1950s. The look hasn't changed. It's time to bring back those humane habits, ca Clifton L Taulbert, who lives in Tuba, is at work on a book about his "Eight Habits of the Heart' and starring PnyOdaRashad and Al Freeman Jr., is aboMtnoal Southern , blacks, 1946^2, and the emotionally rich commwity they b4ttcle?ptte v,s poverty aiKltntplerance. ITs based on , CBftwLBulbert's best-celling memote. 1O USA WEEKEND • Jan. l'J-21. 1W6

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