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Folder of materials from the Mabel Hoggard Papers (MS-00565) -- Personal papers file. This file contains religious booklets, programs, newspaper clippings, and other documents. Represented in the materials are records from: Griffith United Methodist Church, Church Women United of Greater Las Vegas, Zion Methodist Church, Clark County Protestant Ministerial Association, and Desert Southwest Conference of the United Methodist Church.

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THE NORTH DISTRICT WILL BE HOSTING A RETIREMENT CELEBRATION FOR
REV. DR. ROGER AND JANE STRESSMAN FOR THEIR DEVOTED SERVICE TO OUR
LORD THAT EXTENDED FOR 48 YEARS. WE WOULD LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO
JOIN IN CELEBRATING THE RETIREMENT OF TWO SUPER HUMAN BEINGS THAT
DEDICATED THEIR LIVES FOR THE LORDS SERVICE.
THE CELEBRATION WILL BE ON SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1990, AT THE UNION
PLAZA IN LAS VEGAS, NV 89101 AT 6:00 P.M. TICKETS WILL BE
AVAILABLE AT $14.95 FROM YOUR PASTOR.
THE COMMITTEE WOULD LIKE FOR YOU TO BE A PART OF THAT CELEBRATION
IN ASKING FOR YOUR DONATION TO ESTABLISH A *'STRESSMANS FUND1' THAT
WILL HELP YOUNG CANDIDATES FOR THE MINISTRY. THIS FUND WILL BE
ESTABLISHED WITHIN THE CONFERENCE FOUNDATION TO HELP STARTING
MINISTERS. THIS WILL BE MANAGED BY THE:
DESERT SOUTHWEST ANNUAL CONFERENCE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH -
FOUNDATION STRESSMAN RETIREMENT FUND
MAKE CHECK PAYABLE TO: DSWAC - FOUNDATION STRESSMAN FUND
PLEASE MAIL YOUR CONTRIBUTION TO: ELY J. ADES
P.O. BOX 430
LAS VEGAS, NV 89125
(ENCLOSED ENVELOPE)
THE FOUNDATION WE
(ONLY) AND PRESENT
DISTRICT.
WILL GIVEN THE FUNDS.
THIS GIFT TO DR. & MRS.
WE WILL LIST THE NAMES
STRESSMAN FROM THE NORTH
THE RISE AND FALL OF THE GODS
Volume VI
Edited by E. Haldeman-Julius
Science Conducts God
to Its Frontier
Atheism Advances Despite Absurd
Cavortings of a Few Scientists Who
Speak Up For God
Joseph McCabe
HALDEMAN-JULIUS PUBLICATIONS
Girard, Kansas
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Vol. 3, No. 5
April 15. 1931
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Published Twice Each Month by Haldeman-Julius Publications, Girard, Kansas
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Exposing a “Holy” Graft
"Should Church Property Be Tax Exempt?” Is a Book Every American Citizen Should Read
How many Americans realize the extent and nature of the injustice involved in letting billions of dollars’ worth of church property stand tax-free? This is an issue which preachers and politicians dislike very much to have brought forward for real discussion. Yet it is an issue of undoubted seriousness and its features, once they are presented fairly and honestly, are so clear as to be indisputable. The productive life of America is burdened for the support of churches which contribute nothing to the nation’s wealth, .which are engage in private propaganda for . archaic beliefs and customs, and which support a horde of parasites who hurt rather than' help the social life of the time. . , ,, ... -
Arguments can easily be advanced against the exemption churches from taxation; but, even so, Dr. Harry Hibschman has 2;ven the most impressive review of the situation in this book entitled Should Church Property Be 'Tax-Exempt? .What distinguishes this book, however, is its complete array of facts concerning church exemption. Devastating facts and figures are given.
This is a large-size book, 5Vs- by M inches, bound in stiff blue covers. It is well worth the .small price of 50 cents a copy (or 5 copies for $2)' which we are asking. But, in addition, we are giving with each copy of Shall Church Property Be Tax-Exempt? a FREE copy of another specially printed book containing all the material which appeared in the famous Church Taxation Special Edition of The American Freeman: articles by Joseph McCabe, L. M, Birkhead, E Haldeman-Julius, and John W. Gunn, together with other interesting features: One FREE copy of this book with every copy of the Hibschman book; 5 FREE copies of this book with 5 copies of the Hibschman book. Order today on the following blank.
Order Blank for Church Taxation Book
Haldeman-Julius Publications, Girard, Kansas
I am enclosing $... for which send me '• copies of Should Church Property Be Tax-Exempt? by Harry Hibschman. This is at the rate of 50 cents per copy. (5 for S $2). You are also to send me FREE copies of Ths American Freeman’s special church taxation book.
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THE RISE AND FALL OF THE GODS Volume V
Edited by E. Haldeman-Julius
The God of the Deists and the Philosophers
How Knowledge and Freedom Led to Modem Atheism
Joseph McCabe
HALDEMAN-JULIUS PUBLICATIONS Girard, Kansas
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EDITED BY
E. HALDEMAN-JULIUS
JUDGED!
WHAT 500 OF THE WORLD’S OUTSTANDING FIGURES—IN ALL FORMS OF LITERARY, HISTORICAL, INTELLECTUAL HUMANITARIAN, ARTISTIC AND POLITICAL ACTIVITY—HAVE SAID ABOUT THE ROMAN CATHOLIC
CHURCH
BY JOSEPH McCABE
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THE ^LOWERS IN THE ALTAR VASES have been placed in
the church to the Glory of God by Mr.& Mrs. T.J.Norton
in honor of their wedding anniversary.
TODAY’S COMMUNION OFFERING is.for the BAJA JOINT' COMMISSION
which is mission outreach in Mexico.
NEWSLETTER DEADLINE today after worship.
MR. & MRS. JIM ANDERSON are today's greeters.
TODAY: 9:00 a.m. Chur«h School chi I dren-adu 11
10:00 a.m. Worship Service
11:00 a.m. Fellowship Coffee Hour,lounge
4:00 p.m. Youth Handbell Choir.
5:00 p.m. Barbecue Cookout at church $l.0|
6:30 p.m. UMYF Movie at the church
Day School Committee Meeting, Tuesday, May 8, 7:30
Day School Program, Thursday, May 10, 7:00
Wes Ieyans will meet Thursday, May 10, 7:30 p.m.,lounge.
Hostesses: Betty Rockwell, Verna Park; Devotions, Dorothy
Bybee. Because of Day School Program at 7:00,we
will reserve park!ng spaces for Wes Ieyans in back lot.
Mother-Daughter Banquet, Friday, May II, 7:00, social
hall sponsored by U.M.W.; meal prepared by U.M.M.
Tickets available today from U.M.W. members; adults,
$3.00, children under 10, $2.00 or call church office
by Tuesday, 4:00. No tickets sold at the door.
UMYF Cluster Dance, Saturday, May 12, 7:00-11:00 p.m.
$1.00. We will decorate at 1:00
United Methodist Men Brunch, Sunday, May 20, after
worship service; adults $2.50, under 12, $1.00.
Graduating Seniors: Please call church office if .you
have a graduating senior in your family.
Camp Wrightwood Spring Cleaning & Fellowship,May 18-20;
no charge; call office for detai Is;dead Ii ne May \ 0 for
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Methodist Church
CHURCH SCHOOL
9:00 - 9:45 a.m.
WORSHIP SERVICE
10:00 a.m.
YOUTH GROUPS
Sunday, 6:30 p.m.
17th Street and Oakey Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada
ORDER OF WORSHIP
COMMUNION SUNDAY
May 6, 1984
Upon entering the sanctuary, please do not visit but prepare to worship God through silent prayer remembering this word: "For God alone my soul waits in si— lence; from him comes my salvation." Psalm 62:1
PRELUDE "Fugue in G Minor" J.S.Bach
Nina Newell & Tim Cooper, Piano-Organ Duet INTROIT Bell Choir
CALL TO WORSHIP
Leader: In the name of Jesus Christ, welcome to a drama of the Celebration of Life.
People: And welcome to you!
Leader: At this moment we are being called into being as a community united in the love of Christ.
People: We confess, we hear, we praise, we affirm, we renew.
4.e§der: As we move from repentance to resurrection, let us worship in spirit and truth.
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*HYMN "God the Omnipotent" No.544
PRAYER OF CONFESSION
Father, we have celebrated new life and resurrection. But now, when we think of death and the mystery of eternal life, we become confused and anxious. We try to measure our life in terms of where we are and how much time we have to live.
We often have beautiful moments in our lives. But we try to duplicate these moments rather than enjoy them for their own value. We let other possibilities go by while we dwell on those times we are trying to prolong. Make us aware that our life is a process and not a possession. Help us to become sensitive to the meaning of the moment I In the name of Christ.
Amen.
MOMENTS OF SILENCE
WORDS OF ASSURANCE
Your sins are forgiven for his sake.
I John 2: 12b Leader: The Lord be with you. People: And with you also. Leader: Let us pray.
THE LORD’S PRAYER
ANTHEM "Higher Ground" Chancel Choir
REGISTRATION
GRIFFITH HAPPENINGS
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PRESENTATION OF TITHES & OFFERINGS
OFFERTORY "Sweet Hour of Prayer”
*DOXOLOGY
SCRIPTURE: John 15: 1-11
SERMON "SUSTENANCE" John C. Wood
HOLY COMMUNION No.832
The sacrament of Holy Communion is served in the United Methodist tradition of open communion; all persons who profess faith in Jesus Christ without regard to denominational affiliation are welcome to receive the Sacrament. Those who find it physically difficult to kneel at the communion rail are invited to come forward and receive the Sacrament seated in the front pews.
*HYMN ”O hove That Wilt Not Let Me Go"234
^BENEDICT I ON *POSTLUDE
JOHN C. WOOD, Pastor HARRY REED, Dlr.of Music
MARVIN R. GANT, Minister TIM COOPER, Organist
of Christian Education BETTY OWEN, Bell Choir Dir.
PAGAN ORIGINS
of the
CHRIST MYTH
BY
JOHN G. JACKSON
THE TRUTH SEEKER COMPANY, INC.
P. 0. BOX 2832, SAN DIEGO, CALIF. 92112, U. S. A.
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--------- 'Np'X ■' Christmas SEM»U to ' ■ ”
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bring pea OglHMI a- Christmas grsstinAW
A hearty one today, A greeting fro® the Sunday School
Which bids ms also say:
That you are truly welcome . .-»
Wvt only new and here, . But every Sunday morning \
\ Throughout Ms whole, iMg year* 1
A Christmas With< \
X wish you a Merry Christmas,
\ As Glad * well -> as glad as ean ho All bright with the gifts that you long for,
And filled with love' s sunshine so free.
Low's sunshine,that never will fail you, 7 Whatever you lose , or nay Mas, r .Tor there's nothing in earth or in heaven j!
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That is sweeter, more precious, than; this.
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A Christmas Gift
thousand years ago it was that Jesus came to earth;
The lowliest babe neath Bethlehem’s sky, Oh,
gave us so freely His Son On Xmas Day, ffhftnid «« not love Rim dearly and try in every way To be like Him? - to carry Ms light where'er we go Till Heaven shall be reflected about us here below?
let angels sang his birth, mystery of mysteries,
Oh, sweetest.strangest story tt God became a child for us.
bring us peace and glory.
Christmas Day
A Christmas Good - Eight
■A tribute bring th Jesus Christ
The children's King is He;
Come, bring Him gifts of lores unpriced/.
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nth willing hearts and free.
Jesus Christ the Lord of all, . Caste to earth a baby small, prom Mi» glorious home above, l To saT® ns by His wondrous love
The angel of peace now everywhere, doth « » Good will to man”, on it's wings W» bear May you, dear friedds, in it's blessings share, Keeping your hearts all pure and light, And now, * Merry Mas, 8 and to all, fl | 1 * ", good-night.” ;t f
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mother told it to we.
It's because of a dear little baby Who lived
In a country way over the sea.
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little lambs slept out in the fields,
And all the stars were bright,
nobody, nobody could ewer guess .
The first Christmas was coming that night.
S™^asa/®4e hW up then,
ne whole wide world around,
in nobody's home, not anywhere.
Could a Christmas tree be found.
How Christmas Came
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But the dear baby Jtesus brought Xmas down
From His beautiful home of light,
To bless little children everywhere
And that's why we’re glad tonight.^
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PRICE,10 CENTS POST PAID PER HUNDRED 8835 NOT PREPAID
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COLLECTIBLES — Helen Sheldon* Chairperson
ICSF (Coni)
In its thirty years of exist- ■
' ence the organization has pro-
,■?*) vided tuition scholarships to
hundreds of international students
who have returned to give
outstanding service to their
country. A former President of the African
Council of Churches was a recipient of an
ICS? scholarship.
4*ship kv^>
Stamps for Food*Inc.* a non-profit corporation
was organized in Indianapolis* Indiana
on October* 1980. The volunteers receive the
stamps* weigh them and sort them.
All of the proceeds from the sale of the
stamps are used to help needy children* both
in the U.S. and throughout the world. The_
corporation pays no rent or utilities. The
only expense is for printing and postage.
Presently Stamps for Food* Inc. is making contributions
to the Shrine Crippled Children’s
Hospital* boys clubs* and to the Mission for
Chinese orphans in Macao which is near Hong
Kong.
Please continue to save your postage stamps
to help children everywhere. Please tell
people in churches, clubs, schools, banks,
Utility Co.* your neighbors and friends.
Many thousands of stamps are needed to keep
this program in operation.
Cut carefully around cancelled postage stamps
leaving a 1/4 to 1/2 inch border. Please do
not peel the stamp from the envelope.
We sent 238,138 stamps in 1984 thanks to your
help.
We also save Betty Crocker Coupons and send,
magazines to the jail. National CWU is supporting
the Campbell’s Soup boycott, but if
you have labels on hand, turn them in.
For more information, call Helen Sheldon,
452-8026.
ANNUAL FUNDRAISER BARBECUE
St. Viator Community Center
4320 Channel 10 Drive
Sunday, April 21 5-8 P.M.
Donation: $12.50 Adults
7.50 Students and Children
The Center deserves your support.
51st Annual State Assembly ******
10 women from Las Vegas attended the
State Assembly in January at Buena
Park, California.
Our Area Coordinator, VanAllee Van Houten
reports that the group enjoyed strong
good speakers and a weaver who wove all
the thoughts and scriptures together for
participants to take home and use.
A thought: Do we leave meetings feeling
quilty, or hopeful?.
The installation of. officers was an inspiring
ceremony.
Las Vegas
Laubach Literacy Program
Have a few extra hours to
donate each week?
The Literacy Programs in
are in need of tutors.
Call Norreta Allred - The Literacy
Council of Las Vegas 399b-2899
or Joy Saville - at Read: Volunteer
Literacy Services of Sourthern Nevada,
733-7155
Put on your calendar: MAY FELLOWSHIP DAY
May 3, 1985.
TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
6151 W. CHARLESTON . BOULEVARD
LAS VEGAS. NEVADA 89102
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J.U.S. POSTAGE j
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C2i£2clicn Request
Mabel Hoggard
5440 Monte Carlo Drive
LV NV 89121
CHURCH WOMEN UNITED OF GREATER LAS VEGAS ' >’* ’
March- 1985 <-'7 President — Evelyn Tingley
.... .755.-4524
> Bulletin ^Witox-- Jeannette Sullivan
1 1645^029
TheLotus"Flower'-‘National flower
of India:
The lotus is the national flower of
India. It resembles the water lily.
It grows.in still-waters, rooted in
mud, with its. long..stalk stretching
out above the water, searching for
sun and air. The mud at the bottom
of the still water denotes the suffering,
the pain, the injustice and
peacelessness--in our societies. The
still waters depict the apparent
calm in a world of tension and turmoil
and our apathy to realities.
The emerging flower symbolizes the
struggle of people who through
prayer and action strive for peace
within themselves and in the socie-
' WORLD DAY OF PRAYER
March 1, 1985 " - ■ 7 s 'j.
Theme: Peace Through Prayer and Action
Morning Celebration - 9 a.m. registration ,.
and coffee
Good Samaritan Lutheran Church
Flamingo and Torrey Pines
David H. Miller, Pastor
Evening Celebration - 7 p.m. registration
Griffith United Methodist Church . .1
17th and Oakey
John C. Wood, Pastor
Linda Niles, Chairperson
This celebration was written by the All
India Council of Christian Women, a subunit
of the Council of Churches in India.
We would like to extend an invitation to
all, both men and women, to attend the
celebrations,. We especially invite the
ministers and their wives to attend. The
evening celebration is for the encouragement
of working people and families.
For further information or if you would
like to participate in a future celebration,
call Charlotte Lutz, 457-2026 or Areanna
Christie,' 1-0925.
ty.
Second, Annual Crop Walk Scheduled for March 2 CROP
Ever feel'frustrated about the" world’s poor and hungry? What can one person or
one ChPrch dq? WALK! The Second Annual Clark County CROP Walk is scheduled
for Saturday,' March 2 at 9_A.M. Registration begins at 8:50 A.M. at St. Francis
De Sales Churchy 1111 Michael Way (the corner or Michael Way and Washington).
The ten kilometer walk, raises money for food for the hungry. One-fourth of the
money stays in Clark County. This year this portion will be shared by FISH and
Gleaners. ’ The remaining three-quarters goes to Church'World Service which is a
relief and ^development agency of more than thirty Protestant and Orthodox denominations
in the United States with more than thirty years*of experience in feeding
the hungry and sheltering the homeless as well as providing assistance for selfdevelopment
projects. it
If you want to feel less:frustrated and have some fun fii'the process, contact
the CROP representative in your church or call‘Billie Roth, Ecumenical Development
Chairperson for Church Woken United. Her number is 649-4571 •—Nancy,Masters,
' - 7 ' Trinity UMC
Did you know that of 4 billion people on earth, 1 billion drink contaminated
water? Water-related diseases claim perhaps 25 milliop.liyes. per year; of these,
million fare children under five years..About 25,000 people" die' each day for lack
S of - clean;.drinking water. Safe drinking ‘Water”'ahd. sanitary: facilities for all
by 50-The quarters:'you- save in your CROP
w i? 7... A. .£«' TO / jL-’.'w* .r? ' V , "• •
of the .Did you kh'ow'tHa^’jjR0P, originally
effort , known, as -H.htz ^ChrrSt"ian Rural Overseas
supported'.by: GWU.v The^pennies you Program,, was' fdrmed id ,1946 .as a vehicle
have cdll^cted may be presented at ' for relief seiyicedfbi European war 'victhe
May Fellowship Celebration on tims? < *.•' * .c
May 5^dr. , Crop has moved from mainly -p^vfdfsg •
emergency relief to supporting.^ang-xange
5. v. self-help and development? effort
■*V qwould redvML. infant m ort ali ty
’ Holders,WH^1 ;he Ip,.
LEAST COIN - .'’..The Fellowship
Least Coin ~is\*another mission
.-.n 1 ■ ; •_ & - ..
The International Christian Scholarship Foundation is another special project
supported, by Chuych Women United. The purpose of this foundatiqn'is 'Mio raise
and accumulate^'funds to be used for scholarships - to be used throughout the world
for Christian'leaders or potential leaders whose; purpose is to serve their own
people and»the Kingdom of God. - ■
Go Ye Therefore
Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, . . . to observe
all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am
with you alway, even unto the end of the world.
—Matthew 28:19-20
QBEDIENT to this command from our Leader, we seek
through our church to extend to all nations the benefits
of Christianity. Even though each of us cannot go personally
to tell about Christ’s love for all mankind, through our World
: Service program we actually can go to the farthest isle.
World Service is the name given to the total work of eleven
boards and agencies. They are: Board of Missions and Church
Extension, Board of Education, theological schools, Commission
on Ministerial Training, Board of Temperance, Board of Hospitals
and Homes, Board of Lay Activities, Commission on
, World Peace, Board of Evangelism, American Bible Society, and
’ Bo^rd of Pensions..Their function is to serve the needs of the
local church and extend the influence of that church throughput
the world.
World Service offers you a means of extending your Christian
influence 'everywhere—at home and abroad—through a
preaching, teaching, and healing mission. It is-a' glorious experience
to work with the Christ who said, “Go ye therefore . . .”
Prayer: r
O God, who by thy Son Jesus Christ hast commanded us to
go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature;
make us faithful and obedient to do thy holy will. Amen.
NO. 4505 A-C PRESS LITHO IN U.S.A.
or er -
ZION MEZEit ■ :‘JT ..iURCH
Washington F - Sts, Las Vegas ,’)ev» da April 30,1030
Prelude------------------------------Mrs. L. Barlow, Pianist
Call to Worship
Hymn # 1——-------------Congregation Standing
Prayer of Confession
Mle Lord’s Pray er (chant 572
Hymn # 231---------------Congregation Standing
Responsive Reading Pg.583
Eighteenth Sunday
Gloria Patri
Affirmation of Faith
Old & New Testament Lessons
Pastord1 Prayer
Offertory Hymn # 346 Presentation^ >~nt
Special Selection-------------The Choir
---Rev.R.W.Kelley
Sermon —---------- ““
Invitational Hymn # 250
Presentation of Visitors
Do xo logy----------Benediction --------Postlude
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Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
Tuesday Evening 7:30 P.M. Woman Society of Christian Service Meets in Social Hall
Wednesday Eve. Prayer meeting will be held at the home of Mr. & Mrs Henry Moody 321 Van Buren.
Friday Eve. Choir Rehearsal 8:P.M.
Rev. & Mrs. Kelley and Bobby Lou are scheduled to leave las Vegas on Mhis Monday, My 1, 8:05 P." . P.D.S.T. They will visit in Snringfield,Ohio the relatives of the pastor. Ary communication should be directed to R.W.Kelley 15Z4 West Clark Street, Springfield, Ohio
iJhAiM Southam Nevada Community Concert Assn.
September, 1975
Dear Members,
Welcome to what we believe to be an
outstanding concert season. Our sold-out
membership testifies to the ever-growing
interest in the arts that is prevalent in our
community.
We are all looking forward to planning
our next season, 1976-77, possibly in the
new concert facilities now under construction
at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas.
We sincerely hope that you will enjoy
the diverse offerings being presented this
year.
RICHARD DAVID
President
Sincerely,
SEPTEMBER
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BllltICUI BARITONE
Tuesday
September 30, 1975 *
BALLET WEST Wiliam F. Christensen, Artistic Director
Albert McNeil jubilee cingeiS
Monday
January 5, 1976 *
JANUARY
IS IS 20 21 22 23 24
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GOSPEL • JAZZ • CALYPSO
WORK SONGS . PATOIS » TRIBAL SONGS
SPIRITUALS
Wednesday
March 10, 1976*
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MARCH
28 29 30 31
♦Curtain Time 8:15 PM - Las Vegas High School Auditorium
Southern Nevada Community Concert Assn.
1619 South 14th Street
Las Vegas, Nevada 89104
Phone 385-7821 (after 6 pm)
RECIPROCITY 1975-76 You may attend the concerts listed below at no additional cost upon presentation of your membership card, if there is seating available. Visitors will be asked to wait until 5 minutes before curtain time so that the local Associations may seat their own members first. ALL CONCERTS AT 8:15 p.m. UNLESS NOTED. DATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE
SEPTEMBER 1975
27
Sat - PHILHARMONIC WIND QUINTET OF LOS ANGELES .... SAN PEDRO
28
Sun - LITTLE ANGELS OF KOREA Matinee 3:00 pm... .GLENDALE
29
Mon-LITTLE ANGELS OF KOREALA MESA
30
Tue — PATRICIA BROOKS & ALAN TITUS, soprano & baritone ... LAS VEGAS
OCTOBER
4 Sat - PATRICIA BROOKS, soprano WHITTIER
9
Thu - ROGER WAGNER CHORALE SAN BERNARDINO
9
Thu - MICHAEL BEST, tenor RIVERSIDE in Fri —JOHN BIGGS CONSORT, Renaissance-Baroque Ensemble
THOUSAND OAKS
10
Fri -ROGER WAGNER CHORALE 8:00 pm.... ESCONDIDO
11
Sat —SIMON ESTES, bass-baritone 8:00pm.... VAN NUYS
11
Sat — JOHN BIGGS CONSORT, Renaissance-Baroque Ensemble
LONG BEACH
12
Sun—JOHN BIGGS CONSORT, Renaissance-Baroque Ensemble
Matinee 3:00 pm.... LOMPOC
12
Sun - STEPHANIE CHASE, violinist . .Matinee 3.00 pm.... LAGUNA BEACH
12 Sun - LOLA MONTES & HER SPANISH DANCERS
(Hollywood High School)... Matinee 3:00 pm.... HOLLYWOOD
12 Sun—SIMON ESTES, bass-baritone 8:00pm.... NEWPORT BEACH
14 Tue - PHILHARMONIC WIND QUINTET OF LOS ANGELES 8:00 pm ONTARIO
14 Tue - STEPHANIE CHASE, violinistFONTANA
18
Sat - AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL FOLK BALLET "AMAN" ... SOUTH BAY
18 Sat - RONALD ROGERS "AMERICAN SAMPLER” BRAWLEY
23
Thu - SAN DIEGO BALLET BURBANK
24
Fri - SAN DIEGO BALLET OXNARD
25
Sat - SAN DIEGO BALLET 8:00 pm... . PORTERVILLE
27
Mon-ART HODES JAZZ FOUR (L. J. Williams Theatre) . .8:00 pm.... VISALIA
28
Tue - EVELYN MANDAC, soprano PALM SPRINGS
29
Wed-SCOTLAND ON PARADE WHITTIER
30
Thu - SCOTLAND ON PARADE 8:00 pm... . BAKERSFIELD
NOVEMBER
1 Sat STECHER & HOROWITZ, duo-pianists8:00 pm.... ONTARIO
1
Sat - LOLA MONTES & HER SPANISH DANCERS NEWHALL
2
Sun -STECHER & HOROWITZ, duo-pianists . .Mat. 2:30 pm.... SAN PEDRO
2
Sun - LOLA MONTES & HER SPANISH DANCERS
Matinee 2:30 pm... .VICTORVILLE
2
Sun-STECHER & HOROWITZ, duo-pianists ..8:15pm.. NEWPORT BEACH
3
Mon-LOLA MONTES & HER SPANISH DANCERS ...8:00 pm.... GOLETA
4
Tue - STECHER & HOROWITZ, duo-pianists . .8:00 pm.. MAMMOTH LAKES
5
Wed-LOLA MONTES & HER SPANISH DANCERS8:00pm.... TAFT
6
Thu - STECHER & HOROWITZ, duo-pianists LANCASTER
6
Thu - LOLA MONTES & HER SPANISH DANCERS SIMI VALLEY
7
Fri -RICO SACCANI, pianist8:00pm.... BIG BEAR LAKE
7
Frj -STECHER & HOROWITZ, duo-pianists INDIO
8
Sat — RICO SACCANI, pianist (Simms Park Auditorium) .... BELLFLOWER
9
Sun-YEHUDA HANANI, cellistMatinee3:00 pm.... FALLBROOK
9 Sun - ROBERTA ISENBERG & CHRISTINE SEPE, duo-pianists
Matinee 3:00 pm... .GLENDALE
9 Sun — PHILIP HANSON, One-man Theatre .... Matinee 3:00 pm
(Yucca Valley High School, Yucca Valley) . .TWENTYNINE PALMS
9 Sun - BALLET WEST8:15 pm.... SAN DIEGO
10
Mon-BALLET WEST LAS VEGAS
10
Mon — JOHN BIGGS CONSORT, Renaissance-Baroque Ensemble SANTA ANA
11
Tue — SPIRO MALAS, bass-baritone (L.J. Williams Theatre) 8:00 pm.. VISALIA
12
Wed-KARAN ARMSTRONG, soprano SAN LUIS OBISPO
15 Sat - AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL FOLK BALLET "AMAN" MONTEREY PARK
19
Wed-LENUS CARLSON, baritoneBISHOP
23
Sun - MANHATTAN OPERATIC TRIO
(Hollywood High School) .. Matinee 3:00 pm.... HOLLYWOOD
23 Sun-MARIO FENINGER, pianist ... .Matinee 3:00 pm.... LAGUNA BEACH
23 Sun-LEONARD PENNARIO, pianist .. Matinee 3:00 pm.. THOUSAND OAKS
23
Sun - LONGSTRETH & ESCOSA duo-harpists .. .8:15 pm.... LONG BEACH
24
Mon - MANHATTAN OPERATIC TRIO LA MESA
25
Tue - MANHATTAN OPERATIC TRIO FULLERTON
25 Tue - LONGSTRETH & ESCOSA, duo-harpists ... .8:00 pm.... ESCONDIDO
25
Tue - TORRENT & ALEXANDER, duo-organists PASO ROBLES
26
Wed—DONALD GRAMM, bass-baritone8:00pm.... BAKERSFIELD
29 Sat -LONGSTRETH & ESCOSA, duo-harpistsOXNARD
DECEMBER
3
Wed—RICO SACCANI, pianistPALM SPRINGS
3
Wed— MARVELLEE CARIAGA, mezzo-sopranoINDIO
4
Thu - RICO SACCANI, pianistYUMA
6
Sat -7- MARVELLEE CARIAGA, mezzo-sopranoSOUTH BAY
7
Sun - RICO SACCANI, pianist Matinee 2:30 pm.... SANTA ANA
13
Sat — LLORDS’ "INTERNATIONAL”, music & marionettes
(Simms Park Auritorium).... BELLFLOWER
13
Sat - PAUL SCHENLY, pianistBURBANK
JANUARY 1976
4
Sun - EARL WILD, pianistMatinee 2:30 pm.... SAN DIEGO
5
Mon-ALBERT McNEIL JUBILEE SINGERS LAS VEGAS
6
Tue - ALBERT McNEIL JUBILEE SINGERS8:00pm.... VICTORVILLE
6
Tue - GILBERT REESE, cellistLANCASTER
7
Wed-SUNG-SOOK LEE, sopranoMONTEREY PARK
9 Fri — MONTAGNANA TRIO, clarinet, piano, cello .8:00 pm.. BIG BEAR LAKE
10 Sat — MONTAGNANA TRIO, clarinet, piano, celloNEWHALL
14
Wed-WHITTEMORE & LOWE, duo-pianistsSAN BERNARDINO
15
Thu — ADDISS & CROFUT, folksingers 8:00pm.. TAFT
16
Fri -ADDISS & CROFUT, folksingers THOUSAND OAKS
17
Sat -ADDISS & CROFUT, folksingers FULLERTON
18
Sun - ADDISS & CROFUT, folksingers .. .Matinee 2:30 pm.... SAN PEDRO
18 Sun - WHITTEMORE & LOWE, duo-pianists .Matinee 2:30 pm.... WHITTIER
18
Sun-WHITTEMORE & LOWE, duo-pianists 8:15pm.... SOUTH BAY
19
Mon-ADDISS & CROFUT, folksingers 8:00pm.... LAGUNA BEACH
20
Tue - ONE THIRD NINTH, piano, violin, celloBURBANK
22
Thu - ONE THIRD NINTH, piano, violin, cello LA MESA
23
Fri -DUO ROMEROS, guitarists 8:00pm. .. NEWPORT BEACH
25
Sun - RICO SACCANI, pianistMatinee 3:00 pm.... LOMPOC
26
Mon-RUDOLF FIRKUSNY, pianist8:00 pm..., BAKERSFIELD 29 Thu - RICO SACCANI, pianist PASO ROBLES
29
Thu - THE HADDENS, duo-pianists........................................................OXNARD
30
Fri - ONE THIRD NINTH, piano, violin, cello RIVERSIDE
31
Sat — MARALIN NISKA, soprano ........................................................... HEMET
FEBRUARY
1
sun - VALENTINA OUMANSKY DRAMATIC DANCE ENSEMBLE
(Hayes Auditorium. Intermediate School, Twentynine Palms) Mat. 3:00 pm TWENTYNINE PALMS
2
Mon-THE HADDENS, duo-pianists 8:00 pm.... GOLETA 2 Mon-MARALIN NISKA, sopranoSAN DIEGO
8
Sun-ALBERT McNEIL JUBILEE SINGERS 8:15pm.... YUMA
9
Mon-ALBERT McNEIL JUBILEE SINGERS LANCASTER
10
Tue - LLORDS' "INTERNATIONAL", music & marionettes BISHOP 10 Tue - NETHERLANDS WIND ENSEMBLE8:00pm.... BAKERSFIELD
10
Tue - ALBERT McNEIL JUBILEE SINGERS ..8:00pm... MAMMOTH LAKES
11
Wed-ALBERT McNEIL JUBILEE SINGERS8:00pm.... PORTERVILLE
12
Thu - ALBERT McNEIL JUBILEE SINGERSFONTANA
13
Fri -ALBERT McNEIL JUBILEE SINGERS 8:00pm.... ONTARIO
13
Fri -NETHERLANDS WIND ENSEMBLE SAN LUIS OBISPO
14
Sat - ALBERT McNEIL JUBILEE SINGERS SANTA ANA
14
Sat -WESTWOOD WIND QUINTET (Mary E. Lewis Theatre) .. BELLFLOWER
15
Sun - WESTWOOD WIND QUINTETMatinee 3:00 pm.... TAFT 15 Sun - ALBERT McNEIL JUBILEE SINGERS . .Matinee 3:00 pm... GLENDALE
17
Tue -BRANKO KRSMANOVICH CHORUS (Wilshire Ebell Theatre)
8:00 pm.... HOLLYWOOD
18
Wed-BRANKO KRSMANOVICH CHORUS RIVERSIDE
19
Thu - BRANKO KRSMANOVICH CHORUS FALLBROOK
20
Fri -CZECHOSLOVAKIAN FOLK BALLETBRAWLEY
21
Sat -CZECHOSLOVAKIAN FOLK BALLET LONG BEACH
22
Sun - POLLY JO BAKER, soprano Matinee 3:00 pm. . .LOMPOC
22
Sun - CZECHOSLOVAKIAN FOLK BALLET (L. J. Williams Theatre)
8:00 pm. . . .VISALIA
23
Mon-SPIRO MALAS, bass-baritone SAN BERNARDINO 23 Mon-PATRICIA CORBETT, soprano 8:00 pm.... ESCONDIDO
27
Fri - RICO SACCANI, pianistMONTEREY PARK
MARCH
6 7
7 7 7
8 8 8 9 9
9 10 11
11 11
11 12
12 13
13 14
14
15 16 17 17 17 17 18
18
19 20
21 22
8at - FRANZ LISZT ORCHESTRA OF BUDAPEST SAN LUIS OBISPO Sun — RONNIE BROWN TRIO ... Matinee 3.00 pm.... TWENTYNINE PALMS (Hayes Auditorium. Intermediate School. Twentynine Palmsl
Sun — BACHMA DUO, piano & cello .. .Matinee 3:00 pm.... LAGUNA BEACH Sun - DANIEL POLLACK, pianistMatinee 3:00 pm... . VAN NUYS
Sun - MUSIC FROM MARLBORO
(Hollywood High School) ... .Matinee 3:00 pm... .HOLLYWOOD Mon— “1776", Broadway musical WHITTIER Mon-LOLA MONTES & HER SPANISH DANCERSPASO ROBLES Mon-FRANZ LISZT ORCHESTRA OF BUDAPEST SAN DIEGO Tue — "1776", Broadway musical 8:00pm.... BAKERSFIELD Tue - FORD’S COMIC OPERA THEATRE "Don Pasquale”
8:00 pm... .PORTERVILLE Tue - FRANZ LISZT ORCHESTRA OF BUDAPESTFALLBROOK Wed-FRANZ LISZT ORCHESTRA OF BUDAPEST LAS VEGAS Thu -M'1776", Broadway musical OXNARD Thu-FRANZ LISZT ORCHESTRA OF BUDAPEST .,SIMI VALLEY Thu - FORD’S COMIC OPERA THEATRE "Don Pasquale"INDIO Thu - RONNIE BROWN TRIO 8:00 pm.... TAFT Fri — COSMOPOLITANS, soprano, tenor & baritoneNEWHALL Fri -FRANZ LISZT ORCHESTRA OF BUDAPESTSOUTH BAY Sat - FORD’S COMIC OPERA THEATRE "Don Pasquale"
8:00 pm.. VICTORVILLE Sat - FRANZ LISZT ORCHESTRA OF BUDAPEST FULLERTON Sun - FORD’S COMIC OPERA THEATRE “Don Pasquale"
Matinee 3:00 pm.... THOUSAND OAKS
Sun - FRANZ LISZT ORCHESTRA OF BUDAPEST
Matinee 3:00 pm.... GLENDALE
Mon-FRANZ LISZT ORCHESTRA OF BUDAPEST ....8:00 pm.... GOLETA Tue - FORD’S COMIC OPERA THEATRE "Don Pasquale"BURBANK Wed- FRANZ LISZT ORCHESTRA OF BUDAPESTPALM SPRINGS Wed— HAL SHANE, singer, guitarist, dancer YUMA Wed-FORD’S COMIC OPERA THEATRE "Don Pasquale” BISHOP Wed- FRANZ LISZT ORCHESTRA OF BUDAPEST BRAWLEY Thu — HAL SHANE, singer, guitarist, dancer .. .8:00 pm.... BIG BEAR LAKE Thu - FORD’S COMIC OPERA THEATRE “Don Pasquale"
8:00 pm.... MAMMOTH LAKES Fri — HAL SHANE, singer, guitarist, dancer 8:00 pm.... ONTARIO
Sat — HAL SHANE, singer, guitarist, dancer
(Mary E. Lewis Theatre) .... BELLFLOWER Sun — HAL SHANE, singer, guitarist, dancer ... .Matinee 2:30 pm.... HEMET Mon — HAL SHANE, singer, guitarist, dancer
(Convention Center) ... .8:00 pm.... VISALIA
APRIL
4 Sun - MILWAUKEE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . .Mat. 2:00 pm.. LANCASTER
5
Mon-MILWAUKEE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAPALM SPRINGS
6
Tue - RONNIE BROWN TRIO YUMA
6 Tue - NEW CHRISTY MINSTRELSLOMPOC
7
Wed-MILWAUKEE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ...8:00 pm.... BAKERSFIELD
7 Wed-RONNIE BROWN TRIO8:00 pm.... BIG BEAR LAKE
7 Wed- LILI KRAUS, pianist SAN LUIS OBISPO
7
Wed-NEW CHRISTY MINSTRELSPASO ROBLES
8
Thu - NEW CHRISTY MINSTRELS SIMI VALLEY
9
Fri -RONNIE BROWN TRIO INDIO
9 Fri - NEW CHRISTY MINSTRELS SOUTH BAY
10
Sat - RONNIE BROWN TRIO FALLBROOK
10 Sat 7- ENDRE BALOGH, violinist GLENDALE
10
Sat - RICO SACCANI, pianist LONG BEACH
11
Sun—RICO SACCANI, pianistMatinee 2:30 pm.... LA MESA
11
Sun-RONNIE BROWN TRIOMatinee 2:30 pm.... SANTA ANA
12
Mon-RONNIE BROWN TRIOFONTANA
12
Mon-RICO SACCANI, pianist 8:00pm.... LAGUNA BEACH
13
Tue - RICO SACCANI, pianist BRAWLEY
23
Fri — CATHERINE & JOSEPH MALFITANO, soprano & violinist SAN PEDRO
24
Sat -DANIEL POLLACK, pianistFULLERTON
25
Sun - O’LYN CALLAHAN, organist (Yucca Valley High School, Yucca Valley)
Matinee 3:00 pm.... TWENTYNINE PALMS 30 Fri - NETHERLANDS CHAMBER ORCHESTRA .. .8:00 pm. .. . ESCONDIDO
MAY
1
Sat -COLOGNE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA SAN BERNARDINO
2
Sun - NETHERLANDS CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 8:15pm.... WHITTIER
3
Mon - NETHERLANDS CHAMBER ORCHESTRA .... 8:00 pm.... VAN NUYS
12
Wed-GEORGE SHEARING QUINTET SAN DIEGO
13
Thu - GEORGE SHEARING QUINTETNEWHALL
14
Fri -RONNIE BROWN TRIO HEMET
14
Fri -GEORGE SHEARING QUINTET MONTEREY PARK
15
Sat -RONNIE BROWN TRIO 8:00pm.... NEWPORT BEACH
16
Sun - RONNIE BROWN TRIOMatinee 3:00 pm.... RIVERSIDE
LOCATION OF AUDITORIUMS
Me BAKERSFIELD — Bakersfield Civic Auditorium, 1001 Truxtun Avenue BELLFLOWER — Simms Park Auditorium, Clark at Flower
and Mary E. Lewis Theatre, 16705 So. Bellflower Blvd.
BIG BEAR LAKE North Shore School, Highway #18 at Division Road BISHOP — Bishop Union High School, 301 No. Fowler
BRAWLEY - Palmer Auditorium, North Imperial at “C" Street BURBANK — John Burroughs High School, 1920 Clark Street ESCONDIDO - Pilgrim Hall, 4th at Hickory
Me FALLBROOK — Fred Bowers Auditorium, 1743 Reche Road FONTANA - Fontana Union High School, 9453 Citrus FULLERTON — Plummer Auditorium, Chapman at Lemon GLENDALE — Glendale High School, 1440 E. Broadway GOLETA — San Marcus High School, 4750 Hollister, Santa Barbara
*
HEMET - Hemet High School, 41701 Stetson
HOLLYWOOD — Hollywood High School, 1521 No. Highland, Hollywood and Wilshire Ebell Theatre, 4401 W. 8th Street, Los Angeles
INDIO — Coachella High School, 83-800 Airport Blvd., Coachella LAGUNA BEACH — Laguna Beach High School, 670 Park Avenue LA MESA — Grossmont High School, 1100 Murray Drive
LANCASTER - Antelope Valley College, 3041 W. Avenue "K"
*
LAS VEGAS - Las Vegas High School, 9th at Clark Street LOMPOC — Lompoc Theatre, Ocean at "H ” Street
LONG BEACH — Millikan High School, 2800 Snowden Avenue
MAMMOTH LAKES — Mammoth Lakes High School
MONTEREY PARK — Mark Keppel High School, 501 E. Hellman Avenue, Alhambra NEWHALL - Wm. S. Hart High School, 24825 Newhall Avenue
NEWPORT BEACH — Newport Harbor High School, 600 Irvine Avenue
ONTARIO - Chaffey High School, 1245 Euclid
OXNARD — Oxnard Auditorium, 800 Hobson Way
Me PALM SPRINGS - Palm Springs High School, 2248 E. Ramon Road
Me PASO ROBLES — Paso Robles Union High School, 24th at Spring
PORTERVILLE — Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 415 W. Olive Street RIVERSIDE — Riverside Municipal Auditorium, 3485 Seventh Street SAN BERNARDINO - California Theatre, 562 W. 4th Street
SAN DIEGO — San Diego Civic Theatre, Community Concourse, 3rd at "B"
SAN LUIS OBISPO — Cuesta Jr. College, California Highway #1
SAN PEDRO — San Pedro High School, 1001 W. 15th Street
SANTA ANA — Santa Ana High School, 520 Walnut Street
SIMI VALLEY — Simi Valley High School, 5400 Cochran Street
Me SOUTH BAY — Redondo Union High School, Pacifc Coast Highway at Diamond, Redondo Beach
TAFT — Taft Union High School, 7th Street at San Emidio
THOUSAND OAKS — California Lutheran College, Moorpark at Olsen Road TWENTYNINE PALMS — Yucca Valley High School, 7600 Sage, Yucca Valley
and Hayes Auditorium, Intermediate School, Twentynine Palms
VAN NUYS — Van Nuys Jr. High School, 14650 Albers Street VICTORVILLE — Keith Gunn High School, 6th at Mojave VISALIA — L J. Williams Theatre, 1001 W. Main Street
and Convention Center, 303 E. Acequia
*
WHITTIER —Whittier High School, Whittier Avenue at Bailey YUMA — Post Auditorium, 400 W. 5th Street
Me SOLD-OUT AUDITORIUM. DOUBTFUL IF RECIPROCITY SEATING AVAILABLE.
PRAYERS FOR THE CONSECRATION OF THE FAMILY TO THE SACRED HEART.
Sacred Heart of Jesus, who didst manifest to Saint Margaret Mary the desire of reigning in Christian families, we to-day wish to proclaim Thy most complete regal dominion over our own. We would live in future with Thy life, we would cause to flourish in our midst those virtues to which Thou hast promised peace here below, we would banish far from us the spirit of the world which Thou has cursed; and Thou shalt reign, over our minds in the simplicity of our faith, and over our hearts by the whole-hearted loVe with which they shall burn for Thee the flame of which we shall keep alive by the frequent reception of Thy Divine Eucharist.
Deign, 0 Divine Heart, to preside over our assemblings, to bless our enterprises, both spiritual and temporal, to dispel our cares, to sanctify our joys, to alleviate our sufferings. If ever one or other of us should have the misfortune to afflict Thee, remind him, 0 Heart of Jesus, that Thou are good and merciful to the penitent sinner. And when the hour of separation-strikes, when death shall come to cast mourning into our midst, we will all, both those who go and those who stay be submissive to Thy eternal decrees. We will console ourselves with the thought that a day will come when the entire family, reunited in Heaven, can sing for ever Thy glories and Thy mercies.
May the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the glorious Patriarch, St. Joseph present this consecration to Thee, and keep it in our minds all the days of our life. All glory to the Heart of Jesus, our King and our Father!
Worthy Patron .Worthy Matro
Williamson Crown ledge .Number andjifenin^ Tide
Chapter .Number 25, Order of the Lash^rn St^ft-Cree tings.
Another year has passed.Our gracious heavenly Father has
permitted us to meet^iiTthis.our annual St.John’s Day.^fc
past Matron of Evening Tide Chapter,! would review with
you briefly the covenant of qlir adoption;-Our duties to
each other are simply labels of love.Throu^i our work we
became imbued with sympathy one for another in sorrow
and misfortuney^We constantly strive to avoid speaking
^svilof^each other or doing any act of injustice or
unkindness one toward the other. All in all we climb
steadily upward ever having as our worthy goal the true
ascertation of our claim of being fairest among thousand
altogether lovely.
In doing this we establish ourselves as worthy examples
to our youth.We set the proper pattern to guide them in
this war torn world that has so suddenly made life here
and elsewhere so complex. By our many experiences and
understanding hearts we help our youth to continue high—
character building with a forward looking attitude.
In reviewing our c'QvenW
neglected to mention the fa
Snd exjtremelyflto share cur joys^-one with another. Just
now we are rejoicing over the splendid achievement of ou?
r local orders during the grand session held in Lurtinsbur*
Cur Worthy Matron,Sister 3« T.Washington, Patron G.R»
Gregory,Secretary D. S.Hambrick brought us wonderful report s
of the proceedings and two grand officer,namely that of
Grand Secretary and Grand Sentinel,held by Mrs«D.S*Hambriak
and Mr# G.R. Gregory,respectively# The work of these members
together with that of kSt Worthy Matron Washington cannot
be commended too highly. And for all loyal members I
would say; -
That a little praise for what we’ve done delights
the heart,uplifts the soul,inspires us for the task begun,
and leads us to the goal*
FAIJJ1985 TRINITY BIBLE. STUDIES REGISTRATION
(Classes begin Tuesday,Sept. 17 & Wed.,Sept. 18 and conclude
GOSPELS - Tuesdays, 7:30 - 9.00 p.m., Lounge - cost $5.00
*
EPHESIANS - HEBREWS - Wednesdays, 1230 - 2:00 p.m., Lounge - cost $5.00
*
JAMES - REVELATION - Wednesdays, 7:30 - 9^00 p.m., Conference Rm.- $5.00
*
NEW TESTAMENT - Wednesdays, 7:30 - 9:00 p.m.. Lounge cost - $5.00
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PAYMENT WITH REGISTRATION: ' Yes N°
* Child Carp for above noted classes Yes No
Children's Names: Ages:
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Las Vegas, Nevada
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... and I will give you rest
From the psalms of David come these beautiful reflections on the love of God:
The Goodness of God
LORD, your constant love reaches the heavens; your faithfulness extends to the skies.
Your righteousness is towering like the mountains;
your justice is like the depths of the sea.
Men and animals are in your care.
How precious, O God, is your constant love!
We find protection under the shadow of your wings.
We feast on the abundant food you provide; you let us drink from the river of your goodness.
You are the source of all life, and because of your light we see the light.
—Psalm 36.5-9
To those who are tired and burdened, Jesus offers this invitation:
Come to Me and Rest
“Come to me, all of you who are tired from carrying heavy loads, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke and put it on you, and learn from me, because I am gentle and humble in spirit; and you will find rest. For the yoke I will give you is easy, and the load I will put on you is light.”
—Matthew 11.28-30
Candidly speaking, we still have a tough road ahead. That's why we
need your help again. My opponent's philosophy is totally out of step with
most Nevadans' beliefs. But it takes money to get this message to the
voters. And unless we can slow him down, he will continue to utilize his
union money and support to carry on with his deceitful brand of campaigning.
It's crucial that we raise enough money to tell the voters the List Administration's
true story. We can be proud of our story, and of the many
accomplishments. It is one that looks toward the future and a better Nevada
for our children.
The campaign organization is going well and you, no doubt, have noticed
an increased visibility since the Primary. And, we were delighted to
announce recently that Peter Laxalt, brother of Senator Paul Laxalt, has
joined as our statewide chairman. Working with him are our co-chairs,
Wilson McGowan and Bonnie Gragson. President Reagan is working hard for
our victory on November 2, as is Senator Laxalt.
Frankly, asking our friends for money is the toughest part of any
campaign. But our state has grown so fast that paid television and radio
time have become crucial to getting the message to everyone. With all the
costs of the campaign combined, it will cost approximately $10,000 each day
between the Primary and General Elections to get our message to all the
voters.
Kathy and I were thrilled at the wonderful and generous response to our
earlier letter asking for help. Without your support, we would have not been
able to accomplish much of the groundwork necessary for the battle we now
face. Now, we must come to you again to ask for help in order that we can
complete the job with success on November 2.
Please help us get our message to the people where it counts. Show
your support, as you've done in the past, by sending your contribution
today for $25, $50, $100 or whatever you can afford to donate. I have
enclosed an envelope for your convenience. J_ promise you that your donation
will be used effectively and efficiently in the push to victory.
_ Sincerely,
-ROBERT LIST
Governor
'—--------------------------------
EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE
April 9th 1950 - - - At Elks Stadium
Sponsored by The Clark County Protestant Ministerial Association
* « * *
Organ Music beginning at 5:1Z A.M.----------- John E. Pearson at the Organ
Hymn by congregation-------------------------------Christ Arose
1.
Low in the grave He lay—Je-sus my Sav-ior! Wait-ing the coining
day—Je-sus my Lord I
2.
Vain-ly they watch His bed—Je-sus my Sav-ior! Vain-ly they seal
the dead—Je-sus iry Lord!
3» Death cannot keep his prey—Je-sus my Sav-ior! He tore the bars a-way—-Je-sus ny Lord!
Refrain:
Up from the grave He a-rose, With a might-y tri-umph o’er His foes;
He a-rose a Vic-tor from the dark do-main, And He lives forever with his saints to reign. He a-rose! He a-rose! Hal-le-lu-jah!' Christ a-rose!
Scripture Lesson
John 20: 1-18-----------Py Ralph Barber of the International Church of the
Four Square Gospel
”1 Heard a Forest Praying”—By Peter DeRose High School Chorus Directed by Loren N° Cross
Prayer—-------— — Robert W. Kelley of the Zion Methodist Church
"The Lord's Prayer"—By Malotte High School Chorus
The Sermon----------------Robert A. Lundgren of the Church of The Nazarene
Benediction-------------Harold Broughton of the First Methodist Church
No offering will be taken during the service but suitable receptacles are at the entrances to receive your offering which will be added to the fund being raised for the International Christian University of Japan.
We wish to thank the following for helping to make this service possible in addition to those participating in the program. The Kiks club. The Radio Stations: KENO; KRAM, Garehime Music Company, The Boy Scouts, The Chamber of Commerce, The Las Vegas Review Journal and the Las Vegas Police Department. If we have failed to mention any participant, we assure you it was unintentional.
Your Committee
Albert Co Melton, Minister, Immanuel Community Congregational Church ' John F. Green, Minister, Trinity Assembly of God V. Co L. Coleman, Minister, Second Baptist Church
MAY 2, 1990
YOU ALREADY KNOW THAT THE NORTH DISTRICT WILL BE HOSTING A
RETIREMENT CELEBRATION FOR REV. DR. ROGER AND JANE STRESSMAN FOR
THEIR DEVOTED SERVICE TO OUR LORD THAT EXTENDED FOR 48 YEARS. WE
WOULD LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO JOIN IN CELEBRATING THE RETIREMENT OF
TWO SUPER HUMAN BEINGS THAT DEDICATED THEIR LIVES FOR THE LORDS
SERVICE. IF YOU HAVE NOT MADE A RESERVATION TO ATTEND OR DID NOT
GET YOUR TICKETS CONTACT MY OFFICE BEFORE MAY 7TH 1990.
THE CELEBRATION WILL BE ON SATURDAY, MA?Y 12, 1990, AT THE UNION
PLAZA IN LAS VEGAS, NV 89101 AT 6:00 P.M. TICKETS WILL BE
AVAILABLE AT $14.95 BUT PLEASE CALL MY OFFICE.
THE COMMITTEE WOULD LIKE FOR YOU TO BE A PART OF THAT CELEBRATION
IN ASKING FOR YOUR DONATION TO ESTABLISH A ''STRESSMANS FUND" THAT
WILL HELP YOUNG CANDIDATES FOR THE MINISTRY. THIS FUND WILL BE
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Inside Straight
By THE GHOST
You can always tell when the politicking
season is drawing near. The political prostitutes
in Bronzeville start coming out of the woodwork
with the same old dollar grabbing tricks. The
preachers are usually the first to open the
season but this year a group of Westsiders.
headed by a couple or three business men with
a couple of women thrown in are jumping the
gun in the race to grab a few fast bucks.
The group is planning to start a publication to
sucker the politicians in to get some advertising.
Politicians who are weak enough to buy ads
in a fly by night publication are too weak to get
anybody’s vote.
Hr H H * * * * .*.''*** * * * *
Helen Cannon, elected member of the Clark
County School Board, (no connection with Senator
Howard Cannon ) has put herself on record
that, . .the trouble in our schools is due to
integration.” We wonder if she believes that
segregation may have been at least a part of
cause. . .as a matter of fact she probably believes
that segregation is alright, and that integration
is all wrong.
Helen Cannon i& a long term member of the
local school board. In case her statement doesn’t
give our readers a birdseye view of how some
of the wheels that run our schools are thinking,
the mess is made clearer by a recent report
from the school administration. They have
temporarily (so they say) abandoned the plan to
make Highland School a prestige school this
coming school year. The reasons. . .first, they
say the Westside is not ready for such Federal
funding because their are too many agitators,
and too many “ opinion making groups of Black's’',
and, second, there is no Black with qualifications
to head the prestige school.
We had been led to believe that the administra- ■
tion had been hand grooming Mr. Theron Goins
for this job ,over the past three years. Apparent-^,
ly the school bosses were not satisfied with
their own work. It seems to follow that they
flunked their own test, and, that it is they,
the school VIP’s who are not ready, and who are
causing the agitation. The recent whitewash
of those Junior High teachers is the type of
thing that creates agitators.
***** * * * * *
It appears to the Ghost that the Rancho
Principal—really goofed when he called the
play that sent the bus to Juvenile Hall. Could
be the bias spirit had a hold on him, and made
him lose his lambs clothing.
* * * * * * * * * * * * *****
LAS VEGAS VOICE Thursday. May 28, 1970
ACTION AGAINST POLLUTION — Students of Mrs. Susan Black’s sixth grade class at
Ruth Fyfe Elementary School are very much concerned about environmental pollution and its
effect on future American life, and they’re doing something about it. This billboard at the
intersection of Bonanza and Rancho Roads is the most striking example of their campaign.
The design was executed by the students while the billboard was donated by Donrey Outdoor
Advertising Co.____________ __________ - .
The Elks Soul Steppers sponsored by Paran Lodge # 1508 Alpha Temple #1180, 1004
West Owens.
Stepped high in Hellorado parade or on their way to Stepping high in Utah, July 1 with their
sponsors at the State convention.
July 1, 1970 they will be selling tickets for the Queen from Las Vegas. The tickets will
help send them to Utah.
Front: Diana Harris. 1st Row: Darlene Turner, Tamera Dunlap, Julia Burns, Alice Weathers.
2nd Row: Mary Harris, Dorothy Spivey, Mary Brooks, Hellen Harris, Gloria Turner.
3rd Row: Jessie Washington, Diane Collins, Sheila Clark, Geraldine Harvy, Pamela Davis.
Members not shown: Billie Ryhorn, Shirley Bury, Mary Joshua, Vqlma Jurner, Penny Nelson.
When even the Ghost can’t see why some
cats get so big, arid important, it must be that
ghosting eyes are not what they were.
Honoring Those Who
Gave Their Lives ...
the Supreme Sacrifice!
\ *******
^MEMORIAL DAY
VETERANS ADMINISTRATION
Time is running out for about 2,140,000
World War II veterans who have not used
their G.I. loan guaranty, benefits.
The final cut-off date for World War II
loans is July 25, 1970, for those whose loan
eligibility has not expired, Martin J. May,
Acting Manager of VA’s Southern California
Regional Office, reminded veterans today.
Loan guaranty benefits are governed by individual
expiration dates, based on dates of
military service and length of service.
However, under the law,... May pointed out,
there also is an overall July 25 deadline for
World War II veterans. This July 25 deadline
does not affect eligibility for loans established
by military service since 1955, he added.
The VA advised World War II veterans
who do not know their expiration dates to get
in touch with the nearest VA office or local
service organization representative if they are
seeking a GJ. loan. It will be helpful'to have
discharge or separation papers handy at the
time of contact, May added.
Veterans who know their loan guaranty terminal
dates, but whose applications cannot
be submitted to the VA before the July 25
deadline should have their lenders write or
telephone their VA offices to explain the problem,
May said.
More than 7,500,000 loans amounting to $77' ‘
billion have been guaranteed by the VA since
the program was initiated following World War
II, May reported.
Under the program, the VA guarantees up
to 60 per cent (not to exceed $12,500) of the
outstanding balance on home loans for veterans.
May 28 1970 LAS VEGAS VOICE Page 3
POLITICAL ACTION—Learning about political
action starts early for junior high students at
J.D. Smith, as Student Body officer candidates
read over a quiz on student body government.
Seated are Kathy Earp, Kelly Sargent, Kris
Scott, Rachel McNeel, Cindy Thompson, and
Cheryl Paul; standing arc Greg Faircloth and
Gwen Walker.
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BROTHERHOOD YOUTH CAMP SLATED
The Clark County Chapter of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews will send
twenty-five Las Vegas high school junior to a
Brotherhood Youth Camp on June 21-28. One
hundred and fifty youth will be together for one
week of discussion on current social problems
in human relations. The camps are held every
summer at Idlewild Pines, California, in the
San Jacinto mountains which is about 180 miles
from the city.
Clergy and laymen of the Catholic, Jewish
and Protestant Faiths are part of the highly
trained, mature staff. The leadership is representative
of all faiths and races as are the
students who have attended previous summers.
The fee for the week is ordinarily $40 per
student, but it will be free forfive students from
each of the . five city high schools, according to
Dr. Lloyd D. McNeil, Jr., NCCJ Executive
Director. The Clark County Chapter of NCCJ
will have available $1,000 in scholarship money
to pay the full cost of 25 students, he added. The
Clark County School Administration, working
through Dr. Donald Dickinson, Coordinator of
Special Student Services; Mr. Claude Perkins,
Director of Intergroup Education; and the counselors
of Las Vegas, Clark, Rancho, Western and
Valley High Schools will assist in selecting the
students who will attend.
One thing only will be the criteria for selecting
the students who attend, and that is leadership
potential, Dr. McNeil stated. Although nothing
will be asked Of the 25 who go this summer , it is
hoped they might be helpful next year to the
Human Relations Committees now operating in
the five high schools, he added. Registration
dead-line for the camp is May 15.
Pictured above discussing the program are,
left to right, Dr. Donald Dickenson, Coordinator
of Special Student Services, Clark County School
District; Mrs. Elsie Sellers, Counselor at Valley
High School; and, Dr. Lloyd McNeil, Executive
Director, NCCJ.
Shown here is seven graduating students from the various High Schools in the Las Vegas
area. All .of the students who attend the Upper Room Church of God in Christ, 1117/F’ St.
returned to their Sunday Evening services to be recognized in their caps and gowns by the
pastor, Bishop E.N. Webb and congregation.
After taking out time to pose for the picture, they disrobed and assumed their respective
places in the Sunday Evening Services.
Shown left to right: Janice Scott, Las Vegas High School; Alfreida Johnson, Rancho High
School; Melvin Matlock, Western High School; Roxie Hunter, Western High School; James
Beta, Rancho High School, Mignon Moody, Las Vegas High Scool; Marvin Matlock, Western
High School. .
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/ \ \ By Lathaniel Dilligard
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Pray—Give—Go
Three things the master hath to do, and we
who serve him here below, and long to see his
kingdom come may pray or give or go.
He needs them all, the open hand, the willing
feet, the praying heart to work together and to
Weave. The three fold cord that shall not part.
Not all can go, Not all can give, to speed the
message on its way. But young and old, rich
or poor, strong or weak—we can all pray. Pray
that the gold filled hands, may give to arm the
others for the fray. That those who hear the
call may go, and pray that other hearts may
pray. * * * * *
Members of the Greater New Jerusalem
Baptist Church 1100North“D” Streetarehonoring
their pastor and wife, Rev. and Mrs. F.N.
Addison on their 19 anniversary. The celebration
will begin June 18 and continue through the
21. The public is invited to attend this event.
Bishop Webb of the Upper Room Church of
God in Christ, "F" St. will deliver the climaxing
sermon at 3 p.m. June 21. Various churches
and ministers will conduct the week day service
beginning at 7 p.m. each evening.
* * * * *
The women of the Pilgrim church of Christ
Holiness 1515 North “D” St. is sponsoring
a green Tea in the honor of the City Wide
Mission president, Sis. Mary L. Burton, Saturday
May 29 at 4 p.m. She will attend the World
Baptist Alliance in Tokyo, Japan. Sis. Carrie
Christenson is in charge-of the tea along with
other members of the congregation invites the
public to attend.
* $ * $ *
The City Wide Mission will celebrate it’s
fourth anniversary May 3, at the Greater New
Jerusalem Baptist Church 1100 North “D”
St. Sis. Mary L. Burton, president of the-Mission,
along with the members take this method
to extend an invitation to the public to attend.
The Rev. F.N. Addison is host pastor.
Come have your soul revived by the most
comprehensive exclusive of spiritual and religious
music which will be presented at the
Greater New Jerusalem Baptist Church offered
by the talents of every Jr. and Sr. choir of our
churches in the community. ■
Rev. F. N;' Addison, pastor, Sis. Bertha
Banks, president, Sis. Georgia Harris, organist;
and Bro. Billy Jefferson, pianist.
$ * $ *
The Second Baptist Missionary program for
the 5th Sunday schedule are as following:
Red Circle & Sun Shine Bond will present 12
Keys at 3:00 p.m.
The Hannah Circle will host the elder people
at 4:00 p.m. and all will be entertained by the
young people.
7:30 p.m. program will be presented by the
young women of the missionary society.
The public is invited to come.
Sis. Robie Jones, counselor for the young
people; Sis. Eliza J., junior program chairman;
Sis. Carrie Massingale, Hannah Circle chairman;
Sis. Addie Reid Blake, president; Rev.
V. C. L. Coleman, pastor.
4-H members from Westside 4-H Club won
Blue Ribbons on their exhibits at the Southern
Nevada Youth Fair held recently at the Las
Vegas Convention Center according to Rev.
I. W. Wilson.
“Boys and girls, can become leaders through
this program,’’ said Rev. Wilson. He is encouraging
church leaders, school teachers, and
members of the community to volunteer to
help with youth programs on Westside.
***** *
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Sis. Callie Gipson, Sis. Sue Dixson, Creola
Prudhomme, Mary Burton and Bro. Alex Washington.
LAS VEGAS VOICE _______ ____
Cannon Flails
Tight Money
____ ____________ Thursday, May 28, 1970
Go To Church Sunday
Take Someone With You
WASHINGTON—Nevada Sen. Howard W. Cannon
today again urged the Federal Reserve
Board to loosen the “stranglehold on the economy
caused by the Administration’s tightmoney
philosophy.”
In a letter to Fed. Chairman Arthur F. Burns,
Cannon warned the quasi-independent Federal
Reserve System “will have to take more effective
action to increase the money supply.”
He said, “The hardships created by tight credit
and high interest rates would control inflation
only at the unacceptable risk of high unemployment
and low rates of housing production and
community development.
“I find the concept of ‘planned unemployment’
distasteful and unfair,” the. senator declared.
He charged the Nevada unemployment figure of
5.4 per cent was one per cent higher at this
time than the national average.
Aggravating the nation’s financial problem is
the slippage of the federal budget into deficit.
“It is clear the economy is simply not responding
well to the administration’s medicine, Cannon
declared.
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He called for a strong new effort in which
the focus of attention would be on prices, jobs,
housing and production. The senator endorsed
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Secretary George Romney’s recommendation
that the President create a “watchdog com- •
mission” to focus public attention on “any
and all wage and price decisions that are inconsistent
with the general objective of speedy
deceleration of the inflationary spiral.”
Cannon counseled a stimulation of housing
starts would be a major government contribution
to a sound economy.
(AW ARDS, from page 1)
status in a Southern City and thereby giving hope
and inspiration to millions of disfranchised
people of the area.
Dr. Angie Brooks, president of the United
Nation was cited for her leadership;in the int
ternational political field arid the posture -she
has given black women in the world.
The young and talented actor Al Freeman,
Jr. who has had starring roles in the theatre,
on the screen and in television was another
of the recipients of the coveted awards.
A policeman-minister, the Rev. Melvin Floyd
of Philadelphia was cited for his constructive
community effort in his city. As a member
of the department” s community relations division,
the Rev. Floyd has exemplified the
kind of posture that has helped many of the
less fortunate.
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Thursday, May 28, 1970
Clark County Association
For Mental Health
Dr. Leonard W Storm, Chairman of the Department
of Biological Sciences at the University
of Nevada, Las Vegas, will be the featured speaker
at the forthcoming meeting of the Clark
County Association for Mental Health, on June
3, 1970. According toR.NorrisonBeatty, President
of the Association, Dr. Storm will speak on
“Recent Advances in Behaviorial Genetics”,
a timely and fascinating subject, said Beatty.
Much research has been and is being conducted
to learn if genetical errors may be responsible
for abnormal behavior in humans.
This will be the theme of Dr. Storm’s presentation.
Dr. Storm received his B.S. from the
University of California, Berkeley, his masters
and Ph.D degree from the University of Arizona
in Tucson, majoring in Plant Pathology and
Genetics.
He has taught at Wayne State College, Wayne,
Nebraska, 1963-65; Wisconsin State University
Whitewater, from 1964-67 and has been Chairman
of the Department of Biological Sciences
at the University of Las Vegas since that time.
Mr. Beatty has extended a courteous invitation
to the public, on behalf of the Association,
to hear this fascinating lecture.
The meeting will be held at the Health Department
Auditorium at 625 Shadow Lane, Wednesday,
June 3, 1970 from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM.
The Voice shall reserve the right to cancel any
advertising contract if our readers are not
given fair and honest consideration. WE ARE
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MODELS:
Mary Longley Joanne Andrews Lindi Singer Peggy Deerdin Mary Iddings
Judy Russell Mary Vagadori Esneda Alvarado Willie Lee Kami Griffith
MUSICAL SELECTIONS:
Helen Maynard and Mary Vagadori
FASHIONS OF YESTERDAY AND TODAY:
Narator, Virginia Longley MODELS:
Olivia Brown
Helen Sheldon
James Smith
^ottie Uhouse
Evelyn Tingley
Areanna Christie
Billie Roth
Helen Lee
Sharlene Phillips
Anne Nelson
Dorothy Bybee
Diane Robison
Dee Dee Parvis
Viva Stavropoulos Dimitri Stavropoulos
MAY FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT and CLOSING PRAYER . Mary Burton
We gratefully acknowledge the fine spirit of cooperation shown by the following women and others who helped to make this a successful program.
Mildred McCarty, Pres of First and those who helped her.
Baptist Women's Assoc.
Van Allee Van Houten
FASHION SHOW CHAIRPERSON
FASHIONS
Virginia
Longley and Virginia Berg
NAME TAGS, STAG
SETTING
Carol Talley
TICKETS
Billie Roth
PROGRAM:
Marcella M. Serleth
PUBLICITY
Evelyn Tingley
FLOWERS
Kincaid's Flower Corner Flowers by Alice
CULINARY ARTS:
Van Allee Van houten Jeannette Sullivan
Helen Franzone Mildred McCarty Irene Erith Beulah Dearer
INDUSTRIAL ARTS: (clean up committee)
HOSTESSES:
Carol Talley Polley McCulley Mary Sanders Jackie MacFarland Fay Hatter Olivia Brown Naomi Charlton Helen Bakken
Polley McCulley Carol Talley Norlyne King Velma Swanciger
Milly McElhose
Billy Roth
Sharlene Phillips.
Pauline
Jan Mitchell Lillian Richards Helen Sheldon
MRS. MABEL W. HOGGARD
Major Activities Since Retirement from Teaching
As a member of the Ecumenical Committee of Zion United Methodist Church, I have served as:
1.
Director of the first and second grade programs of the Trinity United Methodist Summer Day Camp.
2.
Director of the First Grade Lenten School at Trinity Methodist Church.
3.
Invited speaker at various meetings at Griffith United Methodist Church and Westminster Presbyterian Church.
I resigned as a member of the Republican Central Committee in order to devote full time to the HELP Coalition.
My husband and I have deeded a lot adjacent to the St. James Catholic Rectory to be used as a mini-park for primary children, relieving them of the need to play in alleys.
As a life member of NEA I have been contacted by a group of teachers to run for election to the Clark County School Board; however, I declined the honor because serving as Consultant to the HELP Coalition with its many fine contacts and encouraging results, has demanded most of my time and has been the most rewarding experience of my life.
I provided leadership in the Workshop on Adult Volunteers for Church Women United.
I have received an invitation to appear on television by arrangement with Westminster Presbyterian Church, but declined in deference to the established Publicity Committee of the HELP Coalition.
"Agenda for Nevadans - 1970"
(A Community Workshop in Practical Politics)
co-sponsored by the
League of Women Voters of Nevada
Political Science Dept., University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Coffee Break
10:45 A.M
1.
2.
? 3.
4.
5.
6.
- Strategy Sessions on Effective Lobbying
Abortion - West Lounge; Discussion Leader; Mrs. Leola Armstrong
Equal Rights - Room 202; Discussion Leader:l(fev7 Jerry Furr W hAi'af
Education - Conference Room; Discussion Leader: Herb Baker—
Libraries - Foyer; Discussion Leader; Clarence Boyd "'21 l&'p
State Parks - Room 203; Discussion Leader; Robert Forson
Pollution - Ballroom stage; Discussion Leader; Dr. William Fiero
Friday, January 16, 1970
7;30 P.M. - Registration; browse at publications table
8:00 P.M. - "Issues and Priorities for 1970"
Moderator; Mrs. Jean Ford
Panel; Mrs. Leola Armstrong, Secretary to the Nevada Senate
J*. K«~Houssels, Jr., President, Tropicana Hotel
Robert E. Mullen, Las Vegas Municipal Judge
. Frank C. DiLuzio, Vice-President, E.G.&G,
Questions from the audience ,
+Ae Subject fab /
M Saturday, January 17, 1970 (£//>
/'fohg 9:00 A^,M. - Registration and Coffee; browse at publications table
Q1& 9:30 A.M. - "How to Lobby Effectively"
Moderator: Guild Gray
» Speaker: Monroe Sweetland, former Oregon state legislator, now
Legislative Consultant for National Education Association
5^"A Legislator Looks at Lobbyists": Assemblyman Frank Young
Senator James Gibson
West Coast
12:00 - Reconvene in West Lounge for Strategy Session Reports
12;45 P.M. - Lunch - Ballroom
At each table is a team of hosts, including a member of the League of Women
Voters, a UNLV political science student, and an elected official of Clark
County; informal discussion on campaigning
Waitresses: Senior Girl Scouts of Troops #88,#50,#306
1:30 P.M. "Political Participation Opportunities - Election Year 1970"
Moderator: Dr. Al Johns
Speakers: Grant-Sawyer, National Committeeman, Democratic Party of Nevada
William Laub, National Committeeman, Republican Party of Nevada
Dick Richards, Vice-Chairman, Independent American Party of Nevada
Summary and Closing
(Before leaving, please fill out survey on issues and leave at registration desk)

SING OUT FOR PEOPLE POWER
MAIN CHORUS
We are the people,, the.jOQwer And now is our hour to proclaim That this is the year of the VOTER - Yes J The VOTER shall reign!
SECOND MAIN CHORUS
People power, people power Get more done with people power.
CHORUS TO "MR. CONGRESSMAN"
No, no, no, No sirree,
In Washington you will not be.
You’d better listen to our song
Or you ain’t gonna be in Congress long!
• . ... » ' ' /■'
ONE MAN’S HANDS

One man’s hands can’t break a prison down
Two men’s hands can’t break a prison down
But if two and two and fifty make a million
We’ll see that day come ’round We’ll see that day come ’round.
One man’s voice can’t shout to make them hear ....
One man’s vote can’t change the status quo ....
One man’s eyes can’t see the way ahead ....
NEVADA PEOPLE POWER
We must rise to meet the crises.
On the issues you decide.
Lest your dreams go up in smoke
Give your money, time and vote
And then pray you’re on the winning side.
All Nevadans be alert! We’ll have a new election.
So question all the candidates, and make your own selection. Your vote may seem a little thing, but likewise is this state. So, come on baby, do your thing; and go elect that candidate!

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1984
Board of Bishops Void
General Conference Actions
declare'die action of the'Xd^ - E' Zion Ch^h do hereby
THE board of bishops
Resolution No. 32 Resolution No. 35
Dr. Clarence Carr
Assumes St. Louis Pulpit
Hempstead. New York - Dr.
Clarence Carr conducted his
concluding services as Pastor of
Jackson Memorial AME Zi'on
Church, Hempstead, N.Y.,
Sunday September 16, 1984 as
he prepared to assume the
Pastorate of Washington
Memorial AME Zion Church,
St. Louis, Mo. The appointmentwas
made by Bishop John