The Atlanta Voice from Atlanta, Georgia on March 16, 1969 · 10
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The Atlanta Voice from Atlanta, Georgia · 10

Atlanta, Georgia
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Sunday, March 16, 1969
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r THE VOICE - March 16, 1969 Page 10 tZ) The Word Of Religion ; I Vith Vorna 0. McLarin t f 'ra la : -f. The Rt. Reverend E. L. Hickman presiding bishop of the 6th Episcopal and Mrs. E, L. Hickman Episcopal Supervisor exemplified superb courtesies for the success of this conference. Others " joining courtesies were the Reverend George Moore and the ministers union, the ministers wives alliance. Mrs. Foledo Dean, and supervisors of the 'Y.P.D.of the Atlanta North Ga. conference, and vour columnist. " - This Youth Planning conference of the A attracted delegates from various sections of country. President William Whatley and his staff were busy working at all periods of the day Mrs. Mamie Aiken, connectional director,, Mrs. Hazel Gomez, wife of Bishop Gomez, were in assistance at air times for advice. Mrs. W.R. Wilkes i wife of Bishop W.R. Wilkes visited the conference. The Reverend W.D. Johnson of the Macon, Ga. i Conference, '"Father of all Young People" was on . hand at all times; He joined in the group dis-i cussion along with many other duties which was .? thrust upon him. Mrs. Janie M. Wilkinson, and Mrs. Opal Whites chaired the refreshment com-' mittee for the opening session. The honorable Julian Bond held the congregation spellbound as he spoke at the opening session. He cited incl- - 3nts for Civil Rights Growth. At the close of his - inspiring address the connectional president 'plea-. t santly surprized him with a plaque extending our r gratitude. Mrs. Toledo Dean and the Y.P.Ders - of the city entertained the youth on Saturday ( evening at the Y.M.C.A. Ollie Street. The delegation worshipped with the Flipper Temple A.M.E. r Church ( Fountaine Hall, Rev. J.C. Williams, pas- tor. Delegates were from the following states. First District - Bishop John D. Brigett - Flushing p New York, Inwood Long Island, Yatan Pennsylvania, ; i Lynn, Mass. , Third District - Bishop W.R. Wilkes - Cleveland Ohio, East Cleveland, Ohio. Fourth District - Indiana . Chicatro . Illinois Port Huron, Michigan, Muskegon Heights Michigan, vt odiuc viccx, ivuuugaii; rum, miwugan; origiiien, i i rrj ,Mi- UJ i i a - -;.f fc 8 V.W . V'i-.'f V A- Sill iJ, f . M I 1, . . u ; I .. &r t v I I 1 HM ip WM .j. ' T. I ? i - d n? in n or , Michigan; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Kalamazoo, i chigan and East St. Louis. Illinois. : The Pastor's Choirs No. 1 and No; 2 of Union Baptist Church will be presented in concert on Sun- Fifth District Bishop Harrison J. Bryant - Ox- day evening, March 23, 1969 at 6:05 p.m. The concert will climax the 53rd Anniversary of the Church. nard, California; San Francisco, California; Oak- Among the selections to be rendered are: The Lord's Prayer, Open The Gates of the Temple, Edelweiss land, Pasadena, Richland, Santa Monica, Califor- and Yellow Bird. Soloist for the group are: Rhonda Ware, Renee' Crutcher and Claruth Jackson. r nia; Kansas City Missouri, Wichita, Kansas, Kan- Instrumental selection by ' Myron C. Mundy, Loretta Walker and Ruby Perry. Mrs. Victoria Smith ;sas CityKansas; St. Louis, Missouri and East Minister of Music assisted by Archie Power, Rev. J.A. Wilbam, Pastor. Eighth District - Bishop I.H. Bonner -Kentwood, -Louisiana; Tangipahva, Louisiana and Fletcher, ; Louisiana. 5 Ninth District Bishop H.N. Robinson - At-' more, Alabama and Birmingham, Alabama. p Tenth District Bishop 0, L. Sherman -? Dallas and Richfield, Texas. , Eleventh District Bishop G.N. Collins - St. Augustine, Jacksonville, and Marennia, Florida. ' Twelfth District Bishop D. Ward Nichols -Little Rock and Monticello, Arkansas. Sixth District Bishop E.L. Hickman - Host District - Atlanta, Morrow, Hapeville, and Thomasville, Georgia. HELP US MAKE A TRIP TO THE HOLY LAND h' hill! ' - - ' -. . ' jr "" r-,1 I f - '"', v ' t " ' - - - , A i Jr : " r ' 1 f- X r -JJ ... -V J r i i 1 24 Hour Ambulance Service Haugabrooks Funeral Home 364 Auburn Ave. 2480 Banlchoad HvyNJt'A Phone 794-l47j i After 5 Years Of Illness Rev. Taschereau Arnold Prominent In Baptist Circles Theologian, Evangelist, Pastor, : Journalist And Movie Hobbyist Is Once Again Active. K t These are the dates for Rev. T. Arnold. March 16, Zion Baptist Doxavjlle, Rev. DA. Dixon, pastor; March 23, Turner Monumental A.M.E., Rev. C.C. Hughes, pastor,: March 30, Atlanta Ushers Convention, Dea. Maddox, pres. at St. Joseph Baptist, Dr. C.J. Johnson, pastor. Rev. Arnold is opened for dates in April and May. V REV. AND MRS. TASCHE RE AU ARNOLD Whatever you contribute will be greatly appreciated. Rev. Arnold was sick five years. He was at the point, of death at times. God has given him a few years to live. He says he wants to be useful and Wants to go to Israel and come back and write a book; Won't you help' finance this trip? It will be greatly appreciated. Mrs. Arnold deserves a trip. She worked with her husband for five years and she was - among the many who wanted Rev. Arnold to live when he had been expected to Die, including some doctors. - Mrs. Arnold stayed away from attending activities for 12 long months to be at the side of her 111 husband. Don't you think she deserves this trip? Her Husband Think So. What Will You Give? AMOUNT ....... . .V...... . . Annual Lion's Doy.Cbsorvacto DIG DGTEIEL ALlIS CCIUQCEI 220 Auburn Ave. - Rev. R. T. Bussey, Pastor Fri. f.lar. 21 -Black Africa Spsahs v Pageant of African History and Culture - $1.00 Sun. Mar. 23-10:45 , . State Rep. lULIAtl COliD Soul Food Dfriner - $i.00 . ,' 7:00 P.t.l.-Ycath Proaan-rinsiccl Featuring (listcry ot the AL1E Gbcl'

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