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Slight employment gains are
projected for the Lubbock this
winter according to the First
Quarter Employment Outlook
Survey issued today by Manpower
Inc.
"In our survey of hiring intentions for the January February
March period," Cheryl Foster of
Manpower said. "17 of the
firms queried plan staffing level
increases, 10 project reductions
and 66 expect no changes during the Whiter months. The other
7
ate uncertain w their needs."
"Three months ago the pace
was stronger when 20 anticipated workforce additions, while 3
thought payrolls were too high. At
this tims last year employers were
pessimistic as 17 predicted personnel gains pnd 23 repi rted
cutbacks were planned."
During the first quarter, job
postmgs are planned in
titide, financeinsurancereal estats and services,
Reductions are anticipated in nondurable goods manufacturing,
transportationpublic utilities and
education.
The national outlook reveals
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subbock, is pleased to
lOunce tliat Uavid
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Reaver, Jr., exec utive
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Faol
jahk, hasjjeen appcintedio;
ief Congressional Hunger vi.i
fellowship Board of
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pleased that,:?
this
muitmensa'd Corjibes
fno recommended Weave1pi
ppointment. "He possesses '
lB qualities necessary to
feponsibly carry out the
3Mies required. David vjll
guts a ucuiciuuiu asaei w u
board because of his exteh- srve experiet ce and concern J
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elkiwsh'p Prograri J Each
ofithe six members serves
that 20
of the employers queried
intend to staff up, while 2 indicate they will reduce their wow-forcas the new year begins!
Another 62 plan to maintairT
present levels and 6 are unjure
of tiieir plans for the quarter that
includes January, FebruaryVnd
March.
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THEEMPLOYMENi
SURVEY
. Manpower Inc. conducts the
Employment OctlooiTSTIrvey in
the US. on a quarterly basis. It is
a measurement of employers 1
intentions to increase or decrease
the permanent woikforce, and
history has
during its
been a significant indicator of
employment trends. The survey is
based on telephone interviews
with nearly 16,000 public and private employee in 470 U.Smar-kst- s.
For more information, visit
Manpower's U.S. web site at
www.us.manpower.com.
Manpower is a world leader in tue
staffing industry, providing workforce managen.ent services and
solutions to customers through
3,900 offices in 62 countries.
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Rollisons Celebrated 51st
Wedding Anniversary
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,,The Congressional
tungr Fellowship Program
rafts established in the Farm
iCUrity and Rural
rcsfment Act of 2002, oi
ihfFarjn Bill. Combest, the
phairman of the House
Committee on Agnculture,
iS'dreciited with shepherding
Sh$ Fprm Bill through
Last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs., Richard Rollison, Jr.
brated their 51st wed
ppngress.The
Congratulations to
the Richard and Katie
ding anniversary
They were married by
Rev. A.C. Johnson,
GHrmfBKtXcff
pastor of the Bethel
cele-
fRnflfBifH
African Methodist
Episcopal Church, in
their home on
November 17, 1951.
Congressional Hunger
Rollison!
iellowship Program is estap- -
isli?d to develop and Min.iefuture leaders of the
mifed States to pursue,
rcareers in humanitarian
Tima keeps his family next afW
God. He has been married for
four years, and has 3 beautiful
children. Even when he is on the
road for shows, he goes over
ABC's with his kids over the
phone and wpfc ith the kids
over what they nave done in
school or the day.
He credits his wife for being,
patient vith his multi-carelin5pe And hfiint a slrnno Nnhinn
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queen.
The Boys and Girls Club!
KenJrick has been director for the
Ted Phea Club fro two years now.
Since he's been there, the program
has increased. Memberships have
increased, and his Urw Director
has been much happier with the
Vhen one thinks
lbout rap music, one automatical
ly thinks -- bout degrading lyrics
and curse words. This is not true.
one sus down fol an
fnly whenwith
one of our own
local rappers can one understand.
While sitting and talking with
jKcndrick Turner, a.k.n. Kountry
jTima. This young man is God's
gift to th? new era of hip hop. He
lias performed in shows with
mainstream artists such as Fat Joe,
.Snoop Dogg, Destiny's Child,
Jagged Edge, Lil Flip, and
'Juvenile just to name a few.
One would ask How on God's
green earth can a local artist
,igned with a local independent
label keep life in perspective
"When being busy with shows like
this. This can be answered in a
very few terms. Cod, family, Boys
and Girls Club, and the love for
music.
has made it perfectly
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Clear that G jd comes first in his
Mife. He even write lyrics that
describes this which is heard in
"bis lyrics in an excerpt from his
ffsolo album: "Only God can judge
nnhn-iplsfv it ain't. nriiiiit thfi
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Sunday when he is not qutf
town for a show or promoTing'a
new album. Family! KOUNTRY
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Named Chair-ESefor the Asso. of Academic Health Centers
Dr.
Ross-Le- e
(New York; NY Barbara Ross-LeD.O., FACOFP, vice presi-
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dent for health sciences & medical affairs, dean, New York
College of Osteopathic
Medicine, and dean, School of
Allied Health and Life Sciences
at New York Institute of
Technology, has been named
chair-eleof the Association of
Academic Health Centers
( AHC) at its Annual Meeting in
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California. Dr. Ross-Le- e
becomes die first black womnn
osteopathic physician and academic officer to lead the AHC.
"We are honored at NYIT
has
that Dr. Barbara Ross-Le- e
been chosen for this important
role with AHC and I am sure
she will build on the success of
this prestigious organization,"
said Dr. Edward Guiliano,
President of NYIT.
Convention
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Members of the Soul Sisters Social Club motored to
Odessa, Texas on aturday, November 2, 2002 for the execDistrict
utive board meeting of the Stokes-ParkFederation of Black Women andO'rls Club.
The Soul Sisters Social Clubnas several members servOrganization.
ing in various positions of the Stokes-Park- er
For their effort, members of the Souls Sisters Social
54th
Club have earned the right to host the Stokes-ParkDistrict Convention which is set for April, 2003.
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Supreme sisters Mary Wilson, Dr Barbara Rcss-LeRos. and talk personality Rolonda Watts photo by
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Hits Coronado's Main Stage
Coronado will be one of
a first hieh schools in the
pntry to perform the nopu- play Les Miseramcs.
erlbrmunce richts were
slewed in late springe mak- - ;
:.Way for schools all over
countrv to take Dart in
tie of the most attended tier-Dproances ever to"hit stage.
Run dates pre Dec. 5t
and 8th at 7 n.m. in the
sranado auditorium. Ticket
orii sale Mondav Nov 18
dt arc $10 for icheral
sion. The Sunday mari- rformance will b' dji- fbr iiroup of 10 or
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increase of volunteers in the volunteer program.
The CEO of TimeLost
Entertainnent, Tima's, label, continues to support the youth jF this
club. With a portio'i of the money
made from teens, and donate
clothing for some of the less fortunate kids, TimeLost
Entertainment and Kountry Tima
has givea mny a new perspective
of rap music and artists. God
works in mysterious ways through
different psonle. Kountry Tima.
Ksndriu: Turner, Dimebreed, lan
Wyatt, and "Vellah Boy, Glen
Ransom, are prime e?:amplcs of
that!
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eym of two hfinrH .mpmJ
.appointed by US.
louse Speaker Dennis
lervice.
Rap music'
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Loul Rapper Puts Life in
Perspective to Promote
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ATterforiginally planning on
performing Oklahoma, the performance rights for Les Mis
were released and Coronado's
theatre department changed its
minds. Performance rights
alone fothe Les Mis play coat
aboukJ2250, not to mention
the cost of set, costumes, or
any additional
expense involved.
Melody McDmiel, theatre
department head and director
of the show, said students started practice and preparation for
the play in Ausnwt. "We have
65 students who will actually
be on 9tag performing, and
about 2u students running tbe
area,'' b tajd. Jat
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art and marketing classes.
One of the most spectacular
aspect of the play is that there
n
is no diajogue through the
entire
show. Each lead role has two
actors cajt for thejpart in order
to cut down on voice strain.
Every show is expected to
sell out and all seating is general admission end doors will
open at 6:30 pjn. McDaniel
said she has already received "
telephone calls from Amarillo,
Slafon and several other areas
arouodtown All students performing in the show will be
selling tickets or McDaniel
wMm mam U&tets during
koiirs. For more
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There are more than 100
institutions comprising the
Association of Academic
Health Centers (AHC), a
national, nonprofit organization
dedicated to improving the
health of the people by advancing the leadership of academic
health centers in health professions education, biomedical and
health services research, and
health care delivery. These institutions are the nation's primary
resources for education in the
health professions, biomedical
and health services research,
and many rpects cf patient
care. They each consist of an
allopathic or osteopathic school
of medicine, at least one other
health piofessions school or
program, and one or more
teaching hospitals at major universities. The AHC has served
and represented academic
health centers for more than 40
years. Academic health canters
can be components of private or
public universities, state univerolder sister of Diana sity systems, as well as freestanding institutions dedicated
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to the health professions.
NYCOM is the only osteopathic medical school u the
state of New York and one of 20
nationally. The New York
Institute of Technology, an independent, comprehensive college
offers health professional education in osteopathic medicine,
nursing, physical therapy, occupational tlierapy, physician
assistant training, clinical nutrition, and the behavioral sciences. NYIT currently educates
more than 1 1,000 students on
three physical campuses in
Old Westbury and Central Jslip,
Long Island, and Manhattan,
near Lincoln Center and one
virtual campus via the Internet,
More than 59,000 alumni have
received degrees from NYTY,
including some 3,000 medical
'graduates from NYCOM the
second largest medical school
in the, United States and ih$
largest one in New"tt SJtS.
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Pays 2 ' Setrthweet Digest
Thursday, November 21, &002
Lubbock CoOht
Thani to a grant from
Maddie's Fimd, a Tilifomi
based pet rescue foundution,
qualified
fexas
residents in 51 counties can
have their dogs spayed or
neutered for $20 and their
cats altered fcr $10 through
the Maddie's SpayN,uter
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winter season.
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Roses, tulips; daisies
nd lilies, flw1Sw.V
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nd blooming eVery- mere.
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design-?ry department
ran designers are
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prpwer arrangements, and; ;$6man blossoming 1. M
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participating veterinarians
who are reducing theifrates
pet
to help more
owners spayrc uter their companion animals. Clients will
be asked to show Jroof of
with a! Medicaid
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estimated that up to 6,0t 0
dogs and cats will benefit
from the surgery in the
Lubbock area. A l;st of participating veterinaiians is available from LubboGk Amial
ServioesAPTC by calling
or view'ng at
www.ark4pe' j.com .
MddicTs Fund has awarded $1.2 million to the Texas
Veterinary Medical
ssociation (TVMA) to sup
port the first six months of a
spayneuter program
for the dogs and cats of
residents.
Texas'
The new program, which
and earned out by its member
veternaripns. As ourgtries are
performed, M&ddie's Fund
will trovide as much as $2.4
million for the project's first
two-ye-
year.
Approximately 5 nr'Jion
dogs and cats are euthahized
in animal shelters throughout
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YOUTH COORDINATOR
Position requires a Bachelors degree in Social
Work, Psychology, Sociology, Education, or related
field. Three (3) years experience in direct student
HELP PREVENT
The Lubbock Christian University
Freshmen Clasr along with the LCU
Admissions office is been busy making big plans to welcome these high
school students to winterfest 2002.
The heme for this years weekend spiritual retreat will be "aMAZEd" and
will feature a trip to the popular
Cornfield Maze located in Shallowater,
with a spiritual twist of course.
Charlton Taylor, College Minister at
the Hillcrest Church of Christ in
Abilene will be this year's featured
speaker. Duane Adams, formerly of die
internationally acclaimed Christian
music group Acappella, and current
worship leader at die Amarillo South
Church of Christ, wiil be leading trie
group's times o,wprship1andpiaise.
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Lubbock Christian University s own
drama group Faith in Action will be
performing and the singing group Best
Friends will be performing for the
group on Saturday Night.
Schedule available upon request
services.
Mail resume to:
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with an houi of simple training and a U
littie of your free time.
The Lubbock Fife Depatfxnent has FREE Stroke
Detectors and Oirbon Monoxide Detectors
ready to install la the homes of raatr of
Lubbock!s citiUcSOs, but they need the
manpower Cor womanpower) to get the job
dooc. Volunteers
W In teams of three to
install these vakabie sn&ty devices and deliver
lire safety brochures and information. This
would be a grct job for a couple in their
rcOrement ycMi The Retired andj Senior
Volunteer Frotm' (RSVP) wiU provide car
mlleafe reVgbcct t 35 per mile for this '
service. For more ii6oiiii(ioi jwc cj
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Cliild Who
Tera Hendrix has been named
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Way To Go Carli
Jordan!
The morning devotion period was
conducted by BrothT F. J. Jenkiiu
and Sister Dorothy Jenkins, and were
assisted by the Praise Team. What a
time!
The New Hope Sanctuary Choir
marched in the morning processional
singing out of the;- - hearts and soul?
Altar prayer was offered by Rev.
Mercelle McCutcheon. After a selection by ule Sanctuary Choir, scripture
was read by Sister Elnora Dyer.
Brother BilJy Dailey gavejthe
mom-in&pray-
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Let us continue to pray for our
sick and shut in citizens. Among
those who were reported to be ul this
In 2002, The Avalinche-JournAnd Its
Make KMs Count Sponsors WW Keep The
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week wiclude: Sister Rosie Reddic
and Brother Raymond Stovall who is
a patient in die North Little Rock
Hospital. He is the father of Sister
Dorothy Stovall.
SP0TH6HT ON KIDS
Each Day The A-- J Will Introduce You To A
Local CliIM Who I t Going Above Aed Peyend
To Do Goad Thing, The Right Things!
Among those who lost a loved one
last week were Sister Gwen Stigers
who lost a nephew, Fitzgerald
Jackson; and Sista: Clarissa Jay, who
lost her mother. Sister Ruby Jay God
is able.
If You Know Of Such A Child, We Want To Km, Too.
lie It Neighbor, Pupil, Friend Or Relation, Help Us Tell
The World About Thfse Special Kids!
NOMINEE INFORMATION
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Name:
Parents
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Word comes that Rev. Danny Poe,
pastor of Bethel African Methodist
Episcopal Church, returned from the
10th Episcopal Planning meeting
where he was returned to pastor
Bethel for another year. Pastor Poe is
very liappy over this development
Rev. Eddie Williams, an associate
minister of Bethel, will also be working with Pastor Poe another conference year.
PARENTS
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On a sep jreto sheet ef paper
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by the Sanqluary Clipir, and the
responsive leading was done with the
congregation standing and led by
Sister Ramona Williams. The congregation sung the morning hymn, 'Till
My Cup, Lord."
Pastor Moton gave liis weekly
pastoral observations. At this time of
the service, members are always
pleased with what iastor Moton has
to say. He always inspires all
m attendance.
Pastor Motonfc sermon was enti
tled "Lord, I Thank You!" His scrip
ture text was I Chronicles 17:16-2It
was another wonderful sermon.
After Pastor Moton extended an
invitation discipleship, announcements of the morning were read by
Sister Anna Chatman. Sister Dorothy
Stovall welcomed all visitors.
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The New Hope Baptist Chum
2002 Birch Avenue, is the "Church
Where The People Realty Care," ud
Rev. Billy R. Moton is pastor. If you
are looking for a church home, then
come and visit with the members of
New ii3pe Baptist Church. You Wul
be glad you chose to do rv
Set vices began last Sunday morning with Sunday School, beginning at
9:30 am wth all teaJiers at their
post of duty, dl students received
thirty minutes of instruction, and at
10:15 sua., all teachers and students
marched to the main auditorium
where high points of the morning lesson were discussed.
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the Youth of the month for
September. This young lady is
most definitely a positive, caring, productive citizen. She has
been a member of the club
for two years. In her tenure as
a member she has and remains
involved in every program that
she can possibly be involved
in. She is a member of the
torch club, Rolling over reading program, S.art smart,
Goals for graduation program,
and the Power hour program.
This 10 year old has perfect
attendance at Wheatley
Elementary and is a straight A
student. We want to extend our
deepest appreciation to her
mother Anita Hendrix, for
being such a strong independand raising a
ent single-paretop notch young lady.
Ourouth of the month for
October is Melaniesha Jackson.
her memory. Ed)
Christian univen,ity.
Duties: Case Management, plan and implement
program design and other duties as assigned.
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will continue through December,
20C2. We have appreciated what sls
has contributed to this newspaper for
more th an fifteen years. Therefore,
we will continue to use this space in
LUBBOCK, TX --November 19,
2002 Most "h''.h school weekends
provide campus tours, a big push to
register and lots of hype. LCU offers a
unique approach to high school days
iVs called WTNTEPFEST. winterfest is
design d to attrac bigM school students, but the emphasis on the weekend will be the spiritual side of z
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(Editors Note: This column, Aiich
will be bear the name of Ruby Jay,
Winterfest
Festivities
Begin Friday
Communities In Schools
On the South Plains, Iner
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United States each year due
to wie overpopulation problem. The goal of Maddie's
SpayNeuter Project in Texas
is to spay or neuter 80,000
dogs or cats in the state over
the next two years.
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staitea in October, will be
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card and there will be a limit
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In addit;on to the
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low fees are made possible )y
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Let us not forget the Christmas in
Uganda, Africa project which is being
sponsored by the Women Missionary
Society of New Hope Baptist
Church. You can help
make this happen bringing one car
both vJthe foflcANinciterns: blankets
or elbow macaroni. The deadline k
Momky, November 25, 2002, for the
shipment soon thereafter. Will you
help?
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Happy 5 1st Wedding Anniversary
to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rollison
who celebrated this fete on Sunday,
November 17, 2002. May you have
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become water
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your sprinklers are watering the grass and
not the sidewalk or street and to observe
that you are applying the proper
amount of water to your lawn. Also, shut
off your sprinkler system on windy and
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Thursday, November
In Remembrance...
Clarissa Jay. Past accomplishments at New Hope Baptist
Church infllude. President Of
Nvv Hope Choir, President of4
Women Missionary Society,
Sunday School Tker and
Church
teachers membe
Publishing Boards and secretary
of Federation of Choir.
For fifteen years, Ruby Jay
wrote a special column in the
Southwest Lgst called "Ruby
Jay's Corner."
She leaves to mourn her
passing: a daughter, Clarissa Jay
of Lubbock, Texas; a granddaughter, Cht jll Jay of Grand
Prairie, Texas; four
Coddie, Casey, Elam and
Cobe Jay, all of Grand Prairie,
Texas, a host of nieces and
nephews; and her loving canine
companion, Patcl " .
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Fritz Jackson
Funeral cervices were hold
for Fritz Gerald Jaclrson last
Saturday, November 16, 2002,
at the Fust Baptist Cfc .irch with
Israel Guel officiating.
Burial was held in Peaceful
Gardens Memorial Gardens
Cemetery under the direction of
Ossie Curry Funeral Home of
Lubbock.
He died Friday, November 8,
great-grandson-
2002.
Jackson was born November
14, 1991, in Lubbock. He was a
student at Guadalupe
Elementary School in Lubbock.
He played basketball and
attended church.
He is survived by his mother,
Charlene Cook of Lubbock,
Texas; two sisters, Akendra K.
Musa of Mobile, Alabama and
Dimietri S, Cook of Lubbock,
Texas; two brothers, T")amion L.
Williams of Lubbock, Texas and
Andrew E. Mgbenu of Carlton,
Texas; and his grandparents,
Calvin and Emmie Mooring and
Bonnie Jackson, all of Lubbock,
Ruby
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Annie Ree Sanders
Funeral services for Annie.
Ree Sneed Sanders were held
last Saturday afternoon,
November 16, 2002, at the
Greater St. Luke Missionary
Baptist Church with Rev. J. H.
Ford, pastor, officiating.
Burial was held in Peaceful
Memorial Gardens under the
direction of Spencer Funeral
Home of i ort Worth, Texas.
Pallbearers were Carey Don
Childers, Van Jefferson, Charles
Taylor, Henry Dewberry, Louis
Kelley, Lacy Garcia, Bill Raven,
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Honorary pallbearers were
members of the Brotherhood of
New Hope Baptist Church.
She was bora to the parentage of Tobe Thomas and Nannie
Louise Pollard on August 22,
1913, in Morgan, Texas. One of
fourteen children, she was educated in the Morgan Public
School District. She came to
Lubbock, Texas in the early
1940's. She was preceded in
death by her mother, father and
She married Guy Jay and to
this union one child was born,
11,2002.
She was born May 2 1 , 1 930,
in Crsekrmore, Texas. She married Thomas Oscar Sanders in
Lubbock, Texas. She attended
public schools in Austin and
Lubbock. She attended Greater
Mount Zion Baptist Church in
Austin and the Greater Saint
Luke Baptist Church in
Lubbock where she taught and
directed the Sunday School and
served on a number of boards.
She was a member of several
ushers organizations and a former member of the Women's
City-WiPrayer Vigil, working with the West Texas Festival
2000 and Franklin Graham.
She held various offices in
the Dunbar High School PTA,
E.C. Struggs Junior High
School PTA', and the Dunbar
High School Booster Club. She
also worked hard at Ella R. lies
Elementary School and Posey
Elementary School as a volunteer. She volunteered at Mae
Simmons Senior Citizens
small amount of nourishment
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within a matter of weeks. The
same consequence will occur if - j
you are not feeding the spirit. It
is clear to see the importance of
feeding on the word of God at all
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each of us. Isn't the price paid for
our salvation cotfy enough to
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What would you do if a loved
one passed away ioday?
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When death occurs, there are so many questions.
It can he emotionally and financially difficult as well.
Because
we think that everyone should fie
able ta have a respectable Christian burial if they choose.
With the concept of helping others
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everyone. God gave His best for
us (Romans 8:32), surely we can
give something to Him u return.
Let's keep the message of the
cross before all people in order
that people can come to be saved
through Jesus, our Lord, thereby
we have strength for today and
give hope for tomorrow.
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souls, we'd have to knock the
wallsroun f accommodate
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convinced that if j'ople could see
the glory ol heaven compared to
the norror of hell you would not
hav? to so out looking for lost
continually about God because he
knew Him personally. His confidence was in God because He
knew GoJ's power and ability.
Because of David's conversation
about God's beauty and majesty
and his confidence in God's power
and ability David's enthusiasm for
God was contagious. When Yo'
come to know who God really is,
you want to be close to Him and
His people.
we-c&r- e,
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wjjit to motivate
to show our
appreciation lor what God did for
us? The greater . i understanding
of the sacrifice, the greater the
gratituJe we ought to show. I am
hedied,.,Mondayjj; fovember
Patterson.
siblings.
Lubbock-areausJers- ij;
infrequently?
mere spiritual food. With such a
Honorary pallbearers were
Mission Women of St. Luke
Baptist Church and the City
Wide Mission. Flower ushers
Funeral services for Ruby
Jay were held last Saturday
morning, November 16, 2002,
atthe,New HopeBaptist '
with Rev;Billy R.
Moton, pastor, officiating.
Interment was held in the
City of Lubbock Cemetery
undei the direction of
of Ossie Curry Funeral Home
of Lubbock.
Ms. Jay passed away
Tuesday, November 12, 2002.
Pallbearers were William
Britt, Jr., Willie Lee Rogers,
Sonny Rollison, Carey Don
Childers, R. J. Givens and T. J.
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Tomorrow
However, for many Christians
this is the extent of the spiritual
feeding we receive. We may get
a sermon on Sunday morning
and if we are really spiritual we
may get two sermons on Sunday.
Then we may return for a mid
week service and get r little
and Wendell Walker.
Jay
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Center and hosted Bible studies.
She served on the boards Of
Chatman Hill Neighborhood
Association, Lubbook Meals or
Wheels, the American Red
Cross, and the YMCA and
St :h Plains Boys Scouts.
Question: Why does if seem like t:mes.
She was voted "Woman of
Churches are dying ana not growPerrmi me to jproach he necc-sit- y
the Year" by the Lubbock
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of Goo s word from another
Alumnae Chapter of the Delta
angle. Orly in God's word does
Sigma TheU Sororl Inc, and
(Part
Three) Another He reveal Himself to humanity. If
Answer:
Was an honorary lifetime memreason churches are declining is
ws really want to get to know
ber of the E. C. Struggs lunior
High Set ool PTA.
due to the lack of the word of God, we have to spend time in the
She worked hard whp.n there
word. In the Holy Bible
God. Fewer neople are
was a crisis at to the closing of
placing a premium on
God reveals His heart, r
best
God
Dunbar High School. She did'
His
gave
and mind to His people
the need to know and
all she could in this endeavor.
We are given a glkipse
understand the Holy
for us, surely we
She is survived by: her hus- Scriptures. God's word
of how great our God ,
band, Thomas Osca? Sanders of
something
caiigive
truly is, we have a hint
is the spiritual food on
the home; two sons, Lawrence
which we are nourof His puwer and
to Him in return.
and Mark, both of Lubbock
ished, if we are not
majesty. The sweet
Texas; four brothers: Thomas
singer of Israel under
being fed we cannot
Sneed of Upoland, California,
die.
help but
stood how great our God is, " will
Try going wLhout
A. L. Sneed and James Sneed,
the food that nourishes your bless the JLord at all times. His
both of Austin, Texas arid
physical body and see how long
praise shall continually be in my
Barber Sneed of Killeen,-Texas- ;
three sisters:Oorothy M. ,
f you live. Imagine only eating a mouth. My soul shall make its
Lampkin of Fort Worih, Texas,
meal once maybe twice on boast in the Lord; The humble
Louise Torrence otOklahoma
Suay. Your next feeding time shall hear it and rejoice. O magni
City. Oklahoma, ancDessie
may come on Wednesday if you fy, tfie Lord with me, and let us
Cleaver of Dallas, Texas; five
exalt His mane togethet." (Psalm
are really motivated. How long
grandchildren, anc1 a
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Thursday, November 21, 2002
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Roast Leg of Pork with
Glazed Dried Fruits
Roast Leg of Pork with Glnsed
Dried Fruits
1
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pound bone-i- n
leg of pork
(fresh ham)
2 cup dry white wine
112 cup apple or orange juice
IP cup honey
2 tablespoons minced fresh ginger
2 tablespoons coarse brown mustard
4 teaspoons finely shredded orange
peel
2 packages (9 or t, es) dried figs or
pitted dried plums (prunes)
2 packages (j or 7 ounces) dried
apricots or peaches
1 packages (5 or 6 ounces) dried
pears or apples
1 cup dried cranberries or cherries
12 cup minced fresh Italian parsley
1 tablespoon finely shredded orange
peel
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Heat oven to 350 decrees F.
Place pork on a rack in large shallow roasting pan.
Roast lor 3 hours, 20 minutes to
five hours or until meat thermometer inserted in
thickest part reads 30 degrees F.
the orange peel. Add dried figs,
apricots, pears and cranberries; stir
to combine. Let stand while pork
roasts, stirring occasionally.
About 45 minutes before pork is
done, remove from oven. Spoon off
excess fat.
Add fruit mixture to roasting pan
and continue roasting until meat
thermometer insuted in center of
thickest part of pork reads 150
degrees F. Remote from ov.r.,
cover with foil and let rest for 20
minutes.
In a small bowl, combine parsley and remaining orange peel; set
aside. Arrange pork and fruit on a
serving platter. Sprinkle pork with
with
parsley mixture Serves
leftovers.
Tip: If desired, substitute 6 packages ( ounce1! each) mixed dried
fruils (apricots,
plums, apples and pears) for the
packages of figs, apricots and pears.
10-1- 3,
Nutrition Information tor Three-Ounc- e
Serving:
Calories: 240, Fat: 8 g, Saturated
Fat: 8 g, Cholesterol- 80 mg,
Sodium: 55 mg
Carbohydrates:
13 g, Protein: 26 g Fiber: 2
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honey, ginger, mustard and ha'r of
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4pound boneless leg of
pork (fresh ham)
1 tablespoon olive or vegetable oil
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2-
tablespoon paprika
tablespoon dried sage, crushed
2 teaspoons dried rosemary, crushed
2 teaspoons minced garlic
1 teaspoon cracked black pepper
12 teaspoon kosher salt or 14 teaspoon regular salt
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Heat oven to 350 degrees F.
Brush surtace of pork with oil. In a
small bowl, combine paprika, sage,
rosemary, garlic, pepper and sait.
Rub herb mixture over
surface of pork. Place on rack in a
shallow roasting pan. Roast for 1
hour, 10 mini"es to 1 hour, 20 minutes or until meat thermometer
inserted in thickest part reads 150
degrees F. Remove from oven and
cover. Let p.st for 20 minutes before
with leftovers.
slicing Serves
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Nutrition Information for
Serving:
Three-Ounc-
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Calories: 230, Fat: 1 1 g, Saturated
Fat: 4 g, Cholesterol: 100 mg,
Sodium: 120 mg Carbohydrates: 1
g, Protein: 31 g, Fiber: Og
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Asparagus
Delectable, Elegant
& Easy to Serve
Select bright green asparagus wfth closed,
compact, firm tips with uniform diameter
Keep asparagus clean, cold and covered.
Trim stem end) abt- -t 14 inch and wash in
warm water. Vat dry and place in moisture
proof wrap. Refrigerate and use within 2 M
3 days. To maintain mhness, wrap a moist
paper towel around the stem ends, or stared
upright ln.5 inches of cold water.
'StisJitly trim stems and cook 8 minutes
In boiling water until tender.
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12 inch pieces at medium high
heat for 5 minutes
f Serve with lemon juice, hollandaise sauce,
. sour aeam,yogurt,buiteror mayonnaise.
To steam, place asparagus on a steamer
rack in a large "Saucepot over rapidly
boiling water. Cover and steam for 8
minutes,
To microwave, arrange one pound of
asparagus In a dlth with tips overlapping in center Add 14 cup-wrrand cover with plastic Cook on high
for 7 Tinutes for spears, i-- 5 minutes
for cuts and bps
Asparagus
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Good source of Fiber, Potassium, Thiamin, Vitrmins A, C & IS6
Contains Glutathione - one of the body's most potent cancer
fighters
Low in caloric-- and sodium
No cholesterol. No Fat
Parmesan Asparagus Spears
I TU balsamic vinegar
ltsp. oleoil
1 Up. Dijon Mustard
1 Up. lilt
2 Tb. grated or shaved parmesan cheese,
2 II lbs. aiparagus spears
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Stir together vinegar, oil & mustard in a larte bowL Set aside while
cooking asparagus. Heat 2 inches of water ana half the saU to boiling
in a large, deep skillet. Slice off the lower stems of the asparagus
spears. Rinse and place half spear in the boiling water.
".Cover and cook 6 minutes, or just until tender crisp. Transfer
asparagtsl to the bowl with the vinegar mixture. Duplicate process
with remaining asparagus Toss ge nly ur"i) spears are evenly coated.
Plac asparagus oh serving plate Sprinkle evenlvwitti cheese
Serves 8
Wild Rice Stuffini
with Cranberries,
Bacon and Pecans
4
cups uncooked wild rice
4 slices bacon, cut Into
pieces
1 cup chopped onioji
1 can (14 ounces) chicken broth
12 cup water
2 tablespoons dry sherry (optional)
1 teaspoon dried thyme, crushed
2 cups chopped fennel or celery
34 cup dried cranberries or
chopped dried apricots
12 cup chopped pecans, toasted
Rinse wild rice in cold water.
Drain well, set aside. In a large
saucepan, cook bacon over medium
heat until crisp. Remove bacon,
reserving 1 tablespoon drippings in
saucepan. Drain bacon, set aside.
Add onion to saucepan, cook until
tender, stirring occasionally. Add
wild rice, cook and stir bf 3 min
utes. Add chicken broth, water,
sherry and thyme. Bring to boiling;
reduce heat. Cover and simmer for
10 minutes. Remove from heat. Stir
n fennel pnd'dried cranberries.
Meanwhile, heat oven to 350
degrees F. Transfer rice mixture to a
casserole. Cover and bake
for 45 to 55 minutes or until rice is
tender and liquid is absorbed, stirring once. Stir in pecans and bacon.
Serves 8.
Nutrition Information:
Calories: 220, Fat: 7 g, Saturated
Fat: 1 g, Cholesterol:. 5 mg, SorUum:
270 mg. Carbohydrates: 34 g,
Protein: 6 g, Fiber 4 g
IMUCES EFFECTIVE: November 22 through Novtr ber28,2002.
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b) reducing the felt ne4sd for
crime and,
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everyone in our communities.
The Result is the sealing and
setting m motion of a rr uch
broader out reach that not enly
tends to make America's Black
communities more
but also unquestionably
makes a major contribution to
the general security and prosperity of every community in
America as a whole.
Tne Role of the Black Press
(Southwest Digest), therefore,
extends far beyond a simple
quahitative reach within the
Black community The Black
Press plays the dual roles of
both identifying empathetically
with the vastly different needs
of the Black community and
providing positive ieadership of
those communities that Lipels
us toward needed
and independence. Both rules of
the Black Press means much to
the whits business community,
a
The thesis of the
Black-owne- d
newspapers of The BMI
Cooperate is that the major
leadership and direction for rebuilding our communities into
responsible and
market places for the good of
alliii America must come from
Jibse who live in ... and are
theirs to the conditions imposed
Upon .... our communities.
Our focus is on unifying
'our communities, so that we
can take that needed lead in
encouraging everyone to be a
part of "pulling our communities up by what ever bootstraps" we might hav-e- .
The unique premise on
which the BMI newspapers
Work together all across
America is 'hat by contiruos
investment in our local communities. We build greater
vr
benefits for others and for
self-sustaini- ng
our-sel-
The design of this collec-
tive
lousing effort by our media is oriented toward:
mind-and-action--
ref
In Cinque'
by Renetta W. Howard
The national
elections are
over and counted. The
Republican party swept the
Ration with the rritfjbrityof
the votes for governors, senators and representatives giving the Republican party a
majority in the Senate and
the House of
Representatives; Ivlany people who voted for Democrats
are disappointed. Jn fact,
some were disappointed
before the elections as in one
of the big cities of Texas, it
was discovered during the
early voting period that
Democratic votes were registering as Republican votes on
some voting machines. The
matter was taken to court, but
to the dismay of the voters
'and their representatives,
.those votes did not count in
any way. It leaves a lot to be
thought about with regards to
the pthe' votes, for some
skeptical Americans.
J
Regardless to hov we
self-sufficie- nt,
self-relian- ce
because "ihe
Black-orisnt-
ed
press (Southwest Digest) reaches Black consumers
...
consumer market in every
syscommunity is a two-pa- rt
comprise t on the one
tem
of those of largely
European background who
identify as white, and made up
on the other hand of "affected
class" minorities (largely
Black) who the government
recognizes as never having
been allowed to identify with
white America in many ways.
that are bmf
Media (A-cally reflective of... and primarily oriented to... white con- sumers do rn excellent job of
identifying with these consumer and selling therrira an
emphatic level. By the name
token, Black oriented media
(Southwest Digest) denary
vith unique needs and
lifestyles imposed upon
these... thus the only meanr of '
' . . .1.
mem ai me sl ne Kinai
reacmng
d
of emphatic level as
media (A-- T ao for white
J)
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at a sales
identification" empathic, level
compared to that which white
oriented media (A-- J) reach
white consumers emphatically
voted and the end product,
the important thing is that we
did vote. In every race, someone loses and someone wins.
But we must look at the bigger picture. This is America
ana it does have in existence
a living Constitution. This
document, the United States
Constitution is the framework
by whifcll our government is
supposed to work, making it
possible that every citizen in
the United States is guaranteed the rights embedded
....
ami, ibis Bick leadership promotes responsibility and productivity for independence
reduces the dollar anc seourity
! uwfcns aow threatening
everyone in America
"To Put An Umbrella Over
Both Marketplace,"
The social structure and
hand
white-oriente-
consumers.
will gridlock Republican
endeavors. Both parties must
work for the betterment of all
the people and as quiet as it
may be kept, minorities make
up the majority of the
American population.
It is true that the majority
of America's population Is
white, but they are a
combi-natiorrof-
?!
,
within it.
With the Democrats losing control in Congress,
many minority members feel
that there is no hope for
progress anymore, that civil
rights will take a backseat
and setback during this
Republican administration.
This is not the first
Republican administration
where there was control
in Congress and the
Executive branches of the
government and probably
will not be the last. Many
things did not go well in
some Democrat administrations. Just as the Republicans
have gridlocked Democratic
endeavors, the Democrats
rather than the
WASP, or White Anglo-Saxo- n
Protestants which are
spoken of in sociology books
of the past. We are beyond
the melting pot and the ethnic ploys of days gone by
must be revised. The majority
has as much to lose those
days as minority members
of this country, and with terrorism as it is today, ro one
is exempt. There will be
some wrongdoers among us
so-call- ed
as long as we exist, but we
all must get 'in cinque' and
do our part to promote justice and. goodwill in our
midst. We cannot afford to
look the other way when we
see that something is wrong.
Be a Democrat, Republican
or Independent, our collective welfare is
our goal.
Buying a Home Instead-o-f
Renting It: Lubbock
Conference Will Show How
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More than 150 delegates
will gather in Lubbock this
week for a regional conference on how
Americans can become
low-inco-
home-buye- rs
me
instead of
home-renter- s.
The Lubbock Housing
Consortium, in cooperation
with the U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban
Development, will host the
conference at the Barcalona
Court Hotel, Loop 289 and
Slide Road, from 1 p.m. to 5
p.m. Thursday (November
21) and from 8 a.m. to noon
Friday (November
.
.
The conference will
pro- -
vide an overview
of the way
vouchers
can be used for mortgage
payments instead' of the traditional rental assistance payments. LHC President Sue
Garcia says, "The use of
Section-- 8 vouchers will give
many Americans who have
low incomes the opportunity
to purchase their own homes;
in addition, the use of
Section-- 8 vouchers for home
ownership will provide many
new opportunities for people
to contribute to their local
HUD's
Section-- 8
economy."
The delegates will represent public housing agencies,
state and federal government
agencies, lenders, and
from
across Texas and New
Mexico. Expected to be
among the participants, is A.
Cynthia Leon, HUD regional
administrator from Ft, Worth.
The conference is free, but
registration is required.
To register or to get more
information, please oall EUie
Ramirez at the Lubbock
Housing Authority, (806)
762-119- 1,
ext 201.
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BOTH WILL BE MTSSLD! THIS N THAT
along with many ethers in the community u il!
who made many contributions to our comnn
AFRiCAN AMEk JAN LADIES
miss two
nity..... Both .... kUBY JAY 6c ANNIE REE SNEED SANDERS .. . were buried last Saturday her ...
entiwho wrote a column in the Southw. A Digest for more than fifteen years
RUBY JAY
ANNTF, SANDERS
who worked with her church and
tled .... "RUBY JAYS CORNER" . . and
her
many organizations in the community.
passion was with the ... . LUBIn her later years
uelp those who
BOCK MEALS ON '.'HEELS
where she has had fundraisers in her home to
are in need.... Both ladies .... loved working with people .... and we wercproud these two came by here
A MOiHER, GRANDMOTHER AND CHURCH
for a portion of their lives.... Both were,
will miss both ladies
but will never forTHIS N THAi
WORKER
no doubt
JAY''....
keep us abreast on
get what they stood for vvhile they were with us.... For example .... RUBY
worked untiringly to
ANN1L SANDERS
and
what was going on in the community
see that
DUNBAR HIGH SCHOOL .... would remain open .... bufeventually .... it was closed
and may what they have
Anyway
THIS v THAT . . . , is glad to have known these ladies
done remain with ean of us .. at least those who knew them THEY WILL BE MISSED!
DKIVE-IN....souNEW BUSINESS LOOKING GOOD! THIS NTHAT .... has noticed a new
UNITED
FAMILY
DOLLAR.... and across the streets from the""
of the
this
new
establishment
SUPERMARKET.
and
hopefully
Things are looking real good
will certainly help the area
It appears it will be selling .... FAST FOODS .... and this is good
THIS N.THAT .... is glad to see what is going on... More on this in the near fuure
SIGNIFICANT CONTRIPENNY HASTINGS THE BARBER SAYS: "It's amazing of the
who were pioneers in the
BUTIONS mad by BLACK SCIENTISTS AND INVENTORS
and the many roles THEY played in the development of ....
VARIOUS FIELDS OF SCIENCE
SCIENTIFIC PROGRESS
in tbejnited States ....
ZIP CODE 79404 CHOSEN TOR PILOT PROJECTl THIS N THAT.
ZIP
has learned that
PILOT PROJECT .... for the .... SUCCESS BY 6 PROCODE 79404 .... has been chose as a
GRAM .... because of the problems related to .... BIRTH OUTCOMES AND EARLY HEALTH
PARENTAL CARE
were chosen as the .... FIRFT NEED AREA TO ADDRESS....
CARE
where the following neighborTHIS N THAT
w?.nts those of you who live in this zip code
HARWELL
SUCCESS BY
SOUTHGATE
CHATMAN,
DUNBAR,
AND
BEAN,
hoods are
Why not give it an opportunity to work in
6 .... is a program which has many positive programs
this zip code....
IT CAN BE DONE! THIS N THAT .... was very elated over the fact that the .... ESTACADO HIGH
SCHOOL MARCHING MATADOR BAND .... has reached its goal .... and will be leaving for that
This is great .... and it proves that if
trip to the .... 2003 SUGAR BOWL ... in New Orleans, La
you work hard things will happen.... So come .... DECEMBER 28TH .... the Matador B?nd .... along
with band directors am' chaperons... will be on their way ....
LET "S GET READY FOR NEXT YEAR! THIS N THAT .... wants to keep those
ESTACADO MATADORS FOOTBALL PLAYERS
to know we appreciate what they have done this year...
Perhapa .... the season... .wasn't what they wanted .... but it's over
so let's get on down the road ....
and be ready for next season.... THIS N THAT .... wants you to know .... THE MATADORS ARE
STILL OUR TEAM!
VISIT A PUBLIC SCHOOL THIS WEEK! THIS N THAT .... hope you're have had an
PUBLIC SCHOOL ... but if you haven't done so .... then
opportunity to visit a
go and visit one this week.... Yqu will be glad you did so.... VISIT ONE OF OUR
PUBLIC SCHOOLS!
..
......
....
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Free Confidential Testing
HIV Preyertion Education
Daily Support Groups
A Substance Abuse Counseling
Clothes Closet
Food Pantry
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Pagers
10:00 a.m.
Mon-F- ri
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Thursday, November
Zl, 2002
Covenant Nursing School
injury Prevention
Coalition To Join in Safety
Helmet Presentation
Programs
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Congratulations! Set
Joint i a successful effort to
introduce the objectives and
goals of tennir to twenty-ni"hildren from the
Tjieodore PHea Boys and
Girls Club. The newly
formed Set Point Tennis
Program L a partnership
between Theodore Phea
Luobock boys and Girls
Clubj Texas Tch University
Tennis Coaches and Ptayers
and the Amerir an Legion.
Tennis is one of the
fastest growing sports in the
United States. The tennis
players from the Theodore
Phea Lubbock Boys
Girls Club have taken the
"first step" toward becoming
a tennis player. The introduction of the "first steps" program has been developed by
the Texas Tech University
Tennis coaches to support
stuthe desire of twenty-nin- e
dents to be successful during
their first introduL m to
tennis. Coaches helped these
young players understand the
game. Childr :n acquired the
basics of the "rhythm" of the
game. Early childhood experiences teach children to map
their body, to see its unique- ;'
1
ne
sense of
ness and through the rhythm a
time
movements
perform
can
of its language the proper
in a rhythmic, roo.dinaied
woras are mtroaucea 10 cor
Body language is a
manner.
rectly identify and name
each part. Childrei who have crucial attribute of tennis.
well-develop- ed
Thursday (November 21)
The &M datW are
at tlie R.O.K. ("Reaching part of a South Plains
Our Kids") Kids Cafe at Fnod Bank program
Posey Elementary School designed
to provide
1301 Redbud.
youngsters with nutritious
Both piograrhf will ijmeals in a safe after-schofeature programs by paula
environment
Ponder of the South
(For more informaPlains Injury Prevention tion: Mary Russell,
Coalition and presenta- Coordinator of Student
One program is sched- tion of the helmets to Activities,
Covenant
uled for 3:30 p.m. today approximately 30 children School of Nursing..
(November 19) at the at each location by the
"Inside Out Kids Cafe" at Covenant group, which
Central Lubbock Church has safety along with
of Christ, 1409 23rd. The nutrition, health, and U
other program is sched- ercy- as one of its areas
uled for 4:30 p.m. of special interest.
Safety helmets the
kind designed to provide
vital protection for bicycle riders, rollerskaters
skateboarders wilt be
presented to dozens of
youngsters this week in
programs sponsored
by the Covenant School
of Nursing Association.
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Will mow, paint, tile floors and walls, formica work, small plumbing and
electrical work, acoustic and sheetrock, concrete and rarpentry. Will
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approach to addressing the root cause of all ills among Black and similarly-suite- d
minorities. AOIP's overall objecdve, via this inteforganlzation coalition, is to begin immediately to transform the discrete
communities within Black America, through
"togetherness; into a Shining Oasis of hope that all therein will not only be motivated to learn and become productive parts of our wonderful communities, but also there will be less desire to abandon support for Black-le- d
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COMMUNITY MEETINGS
LubboekArea Client Council Second Saturday 1 :00pm MSimmoratarnmunity Gaiter
Hub City Kiwanis, Every Tuesday Night, 7:00pm, 1708AvenueG.
Dunbar Alumni Association 2nd
Saturday 4pm
Booker T. Washington American Legion Post 808 2nd Tuesda-y- 7:30
Forgotten West Riders, First & Third Monday, 7:00 prrj, T. J. Patterson Library
East Lubbock Chapter AARP, Every 1st Thursday at 1 pm, Mae Simmons Community Center, Oak and 8th St.
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