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Mr. Charles
Average Child Support Payment
I Payments Received By White
Mothers Twice That Of
Black Mothers
Terrell
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White women Iff 1987 was
about double the amount
received by Bbk mothers,
Commerce
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with$2,950 for Vh1te mothers,
the" survey fouridi
Fifty-threpercent of Black
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women with children present
from an absent father were
living below the povertylevel,
about twice ths comparable
rate for While' mother (26
percent).
About 36 percent fo the 2.7
Black women with
children from absent fathers
were awarded child support
payments as of 'spring 1988.
Nearly 800,000 were to receive
payments in 1987 but 'only
about 73 percent of them
actually received payments.
The award rate for White
million
mothers was 69 percent, but
the proportion fhat actually
Tej:eiyeclpayrreritss;$ifc
'the same -- as that of Black,
.
Mr. Charles Terrell
Funeral services were held
for longtime resident, Mr.
Charles Terrell, 80, Wednes-daj- ;
afternoon, August 8, 1990,
at Bethel African Methodist
BpiscopaL Church
with
I.
C. Cooper, Jr.,
Presiding Elder of the
Rev;.
Northwest Texas Conference
of the A. M. E. Church,
officiating. Rev. A. L. Dunn, is
pastor.
Burial was held .in Peaceful
Gardens Memorial Parkimder
the direction of AdamsPlains
Mr. Terrell was also a retired
insurance agent for Atlanta
Funeral Home.
Mr.
Sunday
Terrell
passed away
evening.
Insurance Company, and
Was a steward at Bethel African
Methodist Episcopal Church
Life
Mqthodist
Hospital after a lenghty illness.
A dedicated newspaper and
counselor for the Southwest
Digest, from 1977 until 1986, he
was born in Blooming Grove,
Texas and moved tg Lubbock,
for many years. He was a
member of Booker T.
Washington American Legion
Texas in 1930.
Post No. 808.
Mr. Terrell married Jessie
Mae Howard. She died in 1957.
He was a veteran of the U. S.
Army where he served in
World War II.
He leaves to mourn his
death: a son, Thomas of
Lubbock, Texas; a grandson,
Pictured left to right: Tamara Collins, Charles Thomas,
Yuri Townsend, Erica Matthews, Benji Garcia, Jim Shearer,
leader; Michelle Forster, Avis Nious, leader; and Keevonya
Wilkerson.
This photo was taken on top of Mt. Pecos Baldy in New
Mexico, some 12,500 feet high.
1990, Young Life took 9 kids and 3 adult leaders
July 12-1backpacking in the Sangre De Cristo Mountains in New
6,
Mexico. The trip was designed to give the kids and the leaders
a physical, mental, and spiritual challenge. They learned how
to trust each other in tough situations, got to know each other
and God better and learned how to work together as a family.
They stretched themselves to the limit and can now have the
great feeling of "I did it."
mothers.
Additionl
the survey:
highlights from
Health insurance was
included in 21 percent of child
support awards to Black
mothers and 43 percent of
awards to White mothers.
About 8 percent of
divorced or separated Black
women were awarded alimony
payments compared with 18
percent of Whites.
As in all surveys, the data are
subject to sampling variability
and other sources of error.
and many friends.
"Mary Love"
Alderson Jr. High Student Earns
Role In LCU Drama Production
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Jameelah A. Wallace, an
eighth grade student at
Alderson Junior High School,
has earned a role as Julia in an
Lubbock Christian University
(LCU) drama production
entitled "Mary Low," by Dr.
Mary Jo Clendenin, an
education profeeeor at LCU.
Atwutt 84 Jb 88, 1990 at
Lujjbock Chriaflen Unfcrstty
at 8 p. m., "Mary Love" wW be
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theater, inside the C.
Art
L. Kay
Love and the slaves are trying
to keep things going; sanding
to the men and
preparing for a new baby. All of
this is done while worrying
supplies
about family members hi the
army.
Actors and actresses
include: teacher, student,
businessmen and others: John
businessmen and others: John
Wallace and his daughter,
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Louism Moore
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Pinal rite were read for Mrs.
Louim Moor last Tuesday
morning, August 7, 1990 at 11
a. m. at St. Jamta Baptist
Church with Rev. Kado Lang,
pastor, officiating.
Center,
grandsons.
Mrs. Moore was born July 2,
1916 to Aaron and Rosatta
Gibson in Cameron, Texas.
She moved to Lubbock,
Texas In 1940, coming from
Cameron, Texas.
Shejs Baptist, and a member
of SU James Baptist Church.
parents and her
husband, Tom Moore,
Her
preceded her in death.
She leaves to mourn her
passing: one son, Sammle
Moore of Fort Worth, Texas;
four daughters: Tommie L.
Ffftch and Mary Helen
Anderson, both of Lubbock,
jTexas, Cora Mae Baldwin and
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Honorary pallbearers Were
Michael Session and CJyde,
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Henry Ephriam, both
The children of Mr. & Mrs.
George Thompson, Sr. will
honor them in their 47th
Wedding Anniversary. With
take place
August 16, 1990 at 7:30 p. . at
Alexander Chapel COGIC,
46th and Avenue P.
The guest speaker will be
Smdra McDonald, program
coordinator of the Early
Learning Centers.
The Early Learning Center;
, provide quaj,lty daycare
. sejjyloes and are funded by the
United Way and Texas
Lubbock, Texas, Fred Gray of
Bav City, Texas and Aaron
GlBson, Jr., who preceded her
the theme, "This Is Your Life,"
the affair is set for Saturday,
August 18, 1990 at 7 p. m. at the
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Johnetta Boyd, all of Lubbock,
Texas, Fayrene Cravin, Betty
Boyd and Sherry Dedrick, all of
Oklahoma; a host of other
relatives and friends. ,
learning.
He leaves to mourn his
passing: his mother, Elsie Mae
Boyd; his father, Ivory Robert
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Boyd, Jr.; his wife, Debbie
Boyd; one daughter, DeAnd-ra- e
Boyd; 10 brothers: Clyde
Boyd, James Boyd, Jerry
Boyd, Ronald Boyd, Wilber
Boyd, Robert Boyd, Ronnie
Boyd, Mitchell Boyd, Marvin
Boyd, all of Lubbock, Texas,
and Author Boyd of Oklaho-
Ivory and Elsie Boyd.
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Texas and attended public
school here. He also attended
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Emma Franklin preceded her
in death; 20 grandchildren, 38
great grandchildren, a host of
relatives and friends.
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Annie Lee Moore, both
preceded her in death; four
brothers: Jim Ephriam and
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33oyd were held Tuesday
afternoon, August 7, 1990 at
the Church of The Living God
with Elder Willie Barber,
pastor, officiating,
jpterment was held in
Teaceful Gardens Memorial
Park Under the direction of
Curry Funeral Home.
Pallbearers were Danny Ray
Foster, John Brown, Eddie
Rowe, Ron Dillard, Bobby
Pigeus, and Kenneth Bibbs.
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Crime Victims
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jEnch year an estimated 84 million
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rjmHon of than are crimes of violence,
jnfclio aftarmath of violent crimo, the
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Inhocant victims of violent crime,
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Depending on the circumstances,
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DEAR DIALOGUE: I took some heavy
doses of Agent Orange when I wau in
the army in Vietnam. Can you tell me
what effect that might have on me 25
years later?
D.T., San Antonio, Tex.
D.T.:
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out regarding exposure to the defoliant,
sprayed on junes and swamps during
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Our office also educates law
enforcement officials of their duty to
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- Yes. And according to the most recent Gallup
' Poll on the subject, so do 250 million people.
Nine percent of all adults (one in 1 1) believe they
actually have seen one. Extrapolated worldwide,
these are staggering numbers. In addition, 50 percent of those polled answered yes when asked if
they thought there were people somewhat like
themselves on other planets in the universe.
What rote should the federal government
playjit terms ofresearch money?
I wholeheartedly agree with those who think
the great majority of the expected "peace dividend" should be spent on our pressing needs at
home. On the other hand, tens of millions of government dollars are being funnelad into the Search
for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI), and that
project only looks for electromagnetic signals
away. By Supercollider
Originating light-yea- rs
standards, SETI's budget is mlnjscule. By civilian UFO organization standards, however, it's astronomical. If th"y can fund SBTI, why shouldn't
tbay allocate a paltry million dollars toward (he
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civilizations. The dramatic claim that UFOs are
the products of alien civilizations requires, as with
all dramatic claims, dramatic evidence. Not only
is there no dramatic evidence, but not a single
piece of verifiable evidence in any form. Tb accept
UFOs as the work of extraterrestrials, scientists
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clearly not of terrestrial origin or new information
from the purported aliens wltich we did not know
before, but which can be proven true. An example
would be a fact about a distant star system.
Despite all the sightings, reported landings, reported contacts and abductions, not one artifact
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by extraterrestrial civilizations.
What role should the federal government
play in terms of research money?
No funds stank! bf provkted to explore (lie
possibility (hut UFOs are alien spacecraft.
However some real phenomena associated with
UFOs are interesting in their own right and should
be supported. Examples are studies of "ball
lightning" and of distortion of human perception in unusual situations, for example, about 10
percent of people who see a very Mftn meteorite
"hear" stnauhaneoMsly j sound described as
"bacon frying." This aiitpeKwption occurs with
paopie of all origsss and eriwatfoaaj levels. The
B.F., Norfolk, Va.
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Utirn what is out there in that
W13tld.... Now don't get us
wrong .... at times .... THIS N
THAT .... disagreed with the
method of a ... CHARLES
TERRELL .... but thank
GOD .... he came our way....
Words will never express ....
how we appreciated this man
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to this media.... THIS N
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Main services begin with a
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about the
BLOODS .... who are Juet
muddinfl up the water in our
community.... One day ....
there day will come.... and We
won't have to worry about our
kids being shot after some
basketball game .... as did
recently happen in our
community
Hope the
BLACK CHURCH .... is
paying close attention to these
Pastor Hasting and the Power
House COGIC in Post, Texas
conducted the services. Pastor
Jennings of St. Luke Baptist
Church of Amherst, Texas
expounded on "Work On The
Potter's Wheel," from the book
of Jerimiah 18:14.
Come and join in this week
long revival and anniversary of
these, servants of God.
Rev. Sts. Linda
Johnson broke the bread of life
with us. From the book
Numbers 9:15-23- .
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Commandment of The Lord."
congregation.
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choir and altar prayer. The
following happened; a
succession of songs by the
Junior and Senior'Choirs and
message was brought forth.
Many were blessed. Three
came forth for prfyer. We
.hank God for .hs vSS.
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involved a few of our
BLACK KIDS .... and also
note the
SHOOTING OF
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last week.... Anyway .... thanks
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the right places and in right
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focus on the ahinTal, like
qualities of sheep, but the
discipleship qualities of those
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St 9i0d 'Vn. Truly this meeting
biassed our souls. Devotion
and others, ine
morning scripture lessc-- uSs
taught by Sis. Annie Day. Her
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Shepherd." Har saripture was
the 3rd Psalrris. .
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"People come up with many excuses today: than to come
to the table of grace.
(My daughter, Myra, ha a good one, she says I don't
want 10 get saved now: l want to maue sure l m ready; i
don t want to oe like the hypocrites I see in churches
today.)
salvation hath appeared to all men.
Luke 14:19
And another said, I have bought five
yokes of oxen, and I go to prove them; I pray thee have
me excused.
Lord, I've bought five oxens, and for my fields they ,will
plough, I don't think I'll be able to me today, "I must try them
out."
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therefore if you will: "please have me excused,"
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rock; or live stock that could be old, blind or lame'.)
Luke 14:20 And another said, I hat married a wife,
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sweet little lady; sorry I can't come. So from this great
lLsupper, "please have us excused from."
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for a few hrs, or better yet bring. her to shouhereff, the
more the merry.)
Luke 14;21 So that servant came, and showed his
I potrd these things. Then the master of the house being
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Hosea was a poet as well as a prophet. His little prophesy is
full of similes and illustrations drawn from natural objects. In
Hosea 14:5, "we have his beautiful suggestion of what Gcd
means toHispeoplejandofwIiatHedoesfbHKerhiwill'Deas'
the dew unto Isreal.
We can imagine something of what these words mean as we
read them in the light of the geography of the Holy Land. For
this is a desert country. For more than half of the year it
receives no rain at all.
During the long, hot summer it never rains, so how does life
sjo on? The answer is the dew. Onshore winds bring1 moisture
from the Mediterranean which condenses to form dew on
blades of grass and other vegetation, and this literally means
the difference between life and death.
One would prefer a soaking rain. The dew is second best.
Here in the hot arid months when there are no soaking rains,
the dew sustains life in the most unlikely places. It is said by
some that no place on earh appears more barren and sun
scorched in summer than thewilderness of Judea. Yet in this
death-denlindesert, life continues. The blessing of the dew is ,
the hope
In our lives, when the greater blessings are withheld, we can
trust the lesser mercies. We do not always receive the best, yet
there is enough if we have the wisdom to trust God's promises
While we ask for what we want, God often responds by givttig
us what we need. His blessings are not always large or
dramatic They may be like the dew; not the best, yet enough-tsustain us and discipline us with the power of going on.
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are running around saying why
don't God do something.
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saying, why don't they do
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began to make excuse. The first said unto him, I have
bought a piece of ground, and I must needs go and see it:
I pray thee have me excused.
"The Lord is that great man: "people don't outright
just refuse, but they do the next best thing, they begin to
make up an excuse.
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recognize the Good Shepherd,
follow Himl
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choose to sin, however, we ate
choosing to go our own way
and we cannot blame God for
the environment in which we
find ourselves.
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Dr. Sullivan, who called
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leder who .... figfits and
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strong.yyords for literacy as a
cornerstone of olvil rights.
During the luncheon, Dr.
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Hank Aaron is the top home-ru- n
hitter of all time with 755 homers. A member of
baseball's Hall of Fame, Hank is senior vice president of the Atlanta Braves.
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The Athletic Booster Club of Dunbar High School is in
the process of our annual membership drive and we are asking
all alumni and Panther friends to support our athletes.
Membership dues are used in various ways to support and
enhance the Dunbar Athletic Program. This year, we anticipate
a more competitive football team with our new Athletic Director
and Head Coach, Otha Woodard. Already other athletic
programs have shown vast improvements in all areas including
player attitude. The Athletic Booster Club hopes to have greater
fan support than ever before and we plan to have buses for out- games so students and fans can support our athletes as
they travel.
We seek financial support and extend to you the opportunity
to be apart of your community and Dunbar. Too often, we the
public, criticize, badmouth, gripe and complain about this, that
and the other concerning our alama mater, it's faulty and
students, yet, we the public, will not do our part. Money and
numbers rule today's world, regardless of the level of society you
are dealing with. West Lubbock High Schools have strong, well
financed school support groups, because they understand the
benefits derived from alumni and community involvement in the
total educational process.
Be a part of PANTHER PRIDE - join the Dunbar Athletic
Booster Club. Annual membership is $10.00, and donations are
also accepted. Your alma mater, the community youth, a
stronger Dunbar image throughout West Texas is worth the
sacrifice. Contact Roy Toler,
Francis Eddin, 744-they will come by and sign up
8606; or Dwight Pierce,
Athletic Booster Club season. Or you can
for the 1990-9complete the form below and include your dues or donation and
drop it in the mail. DUNBAR HIGH SCHOOL NEEDS YOU!
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On the other hand, I just don't know how these guys can really put in
enough effort in trying to make themselves better athletes better football players, better baseball players without concentrating on one
sport. Bo Jackson has been able to do it for the last two years, but I think
that the older he gets, the more he's probably going to concentrate on
one or the other.
Even in playing one pro sport, there's a danger that an athlete will
wear himself out. But with two sports, you never give your body a
chance to rest during the year. You go from one sport to the other, and
each requires a different finesse. In football, you can afford to have huge
thighs. In baseball, you can't play built that way. You need to be a little
more streamlined, like Deon Sanders, in order to be a great ballplayer.
A few athletes in the past have managed two sports. Ron Reed, for
instance, played basketball for the Detroit Pistons one season and also
pitched for the Atlanta Braves. Gene Connelly of the Milwaukee Braves
and the Philadelphia Phil'ies also played in the NBA. There were a few
of them through the years, but I still think you have to concentrate on
one sport or the other.
Reed, for instance, didn't have a Hall of Fame career, but he certainly
had a better career in baseball than he would have hid in basketball. He
was a dependable major-leagu-e
pitcher for many years.
All sports require diffeient areas of concentration. It's hard tobe tops
in more than one. And I'm not sure it's fair to the teams you play for. A
pro athlete is paid to give his all to his team. Must don't seehow that's
possible, when one sport is always, going to take away something from
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professional
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athlete today who plays two sports, playing for the Kansas City Royals
and the Los Angeles Raiders. Bo is a very gifted athfote, and I think
Daon Sanders is probably going to be in the same catogory. The New
York Yankees and the Atlanta Falcons are lucky to have Sanders. Dcon
may not hit as many home runs as Bo, but with his speed and some of
the other things that he can do, I think he will contribute a lot to a major
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ACTRESS ESTHER ROLLE RECEIVES AWARD Esther Rolle (second, right), displays the 19 NAACP
Chairman's Civil Rights Leadership Award that the veteran
actress received at the NAACP 81st national convention
recently in Los Angeles. Ms. Rolle, an Emmy award winner
with over four decades of acting experience, is the third
recipient of the annual award, which honors individuals who
have made outstanding contributions to the advancement of
civil rights. The award was underwritten by Anheuser-Busc- h
Companies. Shown offering congratulations to Ms. Rolle
(from left to right), are: Mick Lewis, corporate ajfairs
southwest region manager for Anheuser-BuscCompanies;
Dr. William F. Gibson, chairman, NAACP National Board of
Directors; and Henry H. Brown, vice president of market
development and affairs at Anheuser-Busch- ,
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August 12, 1990, beginning at
spiritual blessing.
Morning worship will begins
anitfO a. m. There will be
Special presentation from' the
young and old. The choirs will
be singing, along with soloists
and gospel preaching. Dinner
will be served immediately
Hazel Douglas for providing
the transportation to and from
Camp Rio Blanco for the girls.
"Without your efforts and
support, our girls would have
certificate of completion from
Camp Rio Blanco and feel that
more girls should attend.
Lupe Cuevas, Troop 327
leader, expresses a sincere
been without transportation
and would have missed camp,"
said Ms. Cuevas.
Our Found.. ig Fathers
considered a government-supervise- d
postal system
very Important.
Also, Christ Temple Junior
and Senior Choirs will
be guest choirs, soloists, and
groups featured from Lubbock
and the surrounding cities;
Plan now to attend these
1
celebrate their choir annual
Saturday, August 18; 1990 it 8
p. m. and Sunday evening,
August 19, 1990 at 3:30 p. m.
You don't want to miss this
gospel spiritualtreat. There will
great services.
information
If
you need,
about these
services, please all
6320 or
806-765-- "
4.
The City Wide Ushers will meet Saturday, August 11 1990;
at Smith Temple Church, 1522 East Main, at 5:00 p. m., Where
the Rev. D. A. Smith is pastor.
Ushers, will you please bring your can goods. Also we can
learn a lots from each other. So everyone who can be present,
please be present on Saturday.
Lethridge, president; Sister Minnie
Brother Tommy
Darthard, reporter.
.
.f
The Saturday evening
presentation w'!l be tKe
Wouth West MeaT&ompany
The public is cordially invited
to come and see this special
presentation.
Sunday, August 19th, the
members of, St. Luke is inviting
:all their former members
n
to come
and
and worship with them.
Sunday service will begin at
Retail
Wholesale
Specializing In Personal Service
in-to-
&
out-of-tow-
&
3:00 p. ni.
"We
There are great plans for all
who attend, and will be blessed
with their coming.
Brothers Arthur Curry and
Lee Andrew Dial, chairpersons
and Rev. J. H. Ford, pastor.
Quality Meats
Accept Food Stamps!"
1713 E. Broadway
Lubbock, Texas
Business: (806)
741-11-
Specials
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;
Elder Vance McDonald
50 Lb. Family Pack - $79.95
25 Lb. Economy Pack - $34.95
Lubbock Church of
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799-362-
'Just opened! Come In and Get Acquainted!"
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YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE
1990 SIGN-UPS
SATURDAY AUGUST 18lh mnl SUNDAY AUGUST J 9th
SOUTl'tPLAINS MALL, (CARDINAU5 SPORTING GOODS)
SATURDAY lQ;im;0pm
SUNDAY IpnvOpm
..
tnd
"EOE"
"Devils Funeral" at 7:00 p.'ht
since his time as our
LuJ&oek
!
19, 1990.
....
congressman
THIS N
THAT .... has learned that he
will, be here
for a ....
SENIOR CITIZENS FUNC
TIQN
come ... this
month.,... THIS N THAT .... h
. THIS N THAT
month.
hopes be will look in this area
... bascule thr m fi many
active fgnjor cfthmrt in Eat
Regional Services Specialist
- Degree in
governmentpublic administrative preferred. Some
experience in local government grantcontract
management or similar administrative capacity desired;
Submit resume to South Plains Association of
Governments, P. O. Box 3730, Lubbock, Texas 794B2.
--
Homecoming Service Saturday and Sunday, August 18
and
Position Announcement
I
Church, 306 East 26th Street,
will
observe their Annual
Christ Temple COGIC
J. GIVENS
& SISTER DOUGLAS
or
for
SISTER DOUGLAS
seeing that the kids went to ....
CAMP RIO BLANCO ....
and .... JIM SHEARER ....a nd
and
JIM SHEARER ....
and .... YOUNG LIFE!!
CONG. qOMBEST ARE
YOU COMING EAST!!
THIS N THA T .... can't recall
a ,5time when .... CONG,
LARRY COMBEST .... has
sponsored a function
roure
a
The St. Luke Baptist
CHAMBER.
qpmputtr
subjects.
,
City Ushers Will Meet
THIS N THAT
Ow combination of
post-gradua-
nuers, Mr. R. J. Givens and
Annual
Homecoming
Service
the services.
of avenue a
next year."
All the girls received
Prairie View A&M University, Dickerson received his
MBA from Syracus Universite
ty and did
studies in various financial
D.
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extends a spiritual invitation to
members, their families, and
former members and their
families, friends and well
VVorshippers families who so
desire to come and worship
with them and receive a
eAst
HAPPY CAMPERS: Pictured above, from left to right: are
Africa Douglas, Lovie Danford, and Tihisia Reed who
attended Camp Rio Blanco this summer. The girls are
members of Girl Scout Troop 327 of Green Fair Manor
Apartments. Each girl stresses the need for more girls from
Green Fair Manor Apartments to attend camp riet summer.
thank you to Jh, Lubbock
Black Chamber of Entrepre
Haynes, pastor, cordially
following
exparlanca as a financial
manager and administrator
in both private and public
sectors. An alumnus of
HHpH&BjBt IIIjIbbbbbbH
will
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remember mosTabout camp,"
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said LoVie. And from Africa,
the youngest of Troop 327 to
attend camp, "we didn't stay
long enough; I want to go back
Dfckwson hag
named Director of
Davafopmant at Pralrta Viaw
A&M University. Ha oomaa
Harvey
remain with me a
long time," stated Tihisia. "Just
being able to go to camp and
make new friends is what 1 will
camp
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