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Adventists Told Lack
Of Religious Training
Causes Delinquency
* Juvenile delinquency is attrib
> ntable chiefly to a lack of religious
training in home and church, Elder
Charles S. Longacre declared to
Iday at the Potomac Conference
':eamp meeting of Seventh-day
’Adventists in Takoma Park.
"The child in the home is de
linquent because the parent is
delinquent,” said Elder Longacre.
who is associate secretary of the
religious liberty department, gen
eral conference. He called on
parents to revive religious train
ing at home and on ministers to
promote youth activities at church.
In an address to the Adventists
yesterday, Elder Warren N. Wit
tenberg, conference youth leader,
'charged there has been a let-down
>of morals by teen-agers. He de
clared the time has come for the
^church to concentrate on engaging
‘young people in "gainful pursuits”
Instead of letting them “run loose
Into drinking, lawlessness and
general immorality.”
The speaker advised parents to
play with their children, develop
companionship and help them In
all problems and activities.
tJrging Metropolitan Area pastors
to use teen-agers in more church
activities, he said this could save
the young people from “lurid at
tractions offered by amusement
parks, cocktail lounges and out-of
the-way unchaperoned beach
parties.”
Elder J. P. Kent, publishing
secretary of the Columbia Union
Conference, said that more than
$107,000 worth of medical and re
ligious publications were sold by
Potomac Conference book sellers.
Much of this was done by young
people, he said.
Dr. Benjamin G. Wilkinson,
president emeritus of Washington
Missionary College, will address
the Adventists at 8 o’clock tonight.
Speakers tomorrow will Include
Mary Walsh. Columbia Union
Conference Bible instructor; Elder
T. E. Oswald, secretary of the
Home Mission Department. Gen
eral Conference, and Elder Denton
E. Rebok, president of the
Seventh-day Adventist Theological
Seminary, Takoma Park.
Colonial Beach Quiet
As Rowdyism Ends
Special Ditpatch to The Star
COLONIAL BEACH, Va.. June
80.—Town authorities expressed
satisfaction today that rowdyism
among teen-age children, re
vealed recently in newspapers, has
disappeared from Colonial Beach.
Both Mayor Norman P. Brew
ington and Virgil Miller, chief of
the night police here, said condi
tions on the beach had returned
to normal as the result of police
activity and publicity.
"Everything’s lovely," comment
ed Chief Miller. "A good many
of the children have left and
everything is going along well.”
The mayor and the chief agreed
that a relatively small percentage
of the youths were responsible for
the trouble. This consisted of
heavy drinking, immorality, curs
ing and carousing at all hours.
Most of the teen-agers from out
of town belonged to sororities and
fraternities at high schools in the
Washington area. Town officials
and parents pointed out that most
of the visiting groups were ade
quately chaperoned and were well
behaved. A few had no chape
rones, however, and were blamed
for most of the disturbances.
Indonesian Republic
Returns to Jogjakarta
ly tha Associated Press
JOGJAKARTA, Java, June 30.—
The Indonesian Republic is back
in its capital today after an ab
sence of six months.
Sultan H&mengko Buwono, the
security co-ordinator here, said
he will Invite the exiled Repub
lican leaders. President Soekarno
and Premier Mohamed Hatta. to
return to Jogjakarta July 6 to
take over the reins of government.
The changeover from Dutch
control was peaceful and orderly.
Two thousand Republican guer
rillas marched into the city yes
terday as the Netherlands units
moved out.
Members of the two forces were
In sight of each other, but contact
was avoided except through teams
of United Nations military observ
ers who shuttled back and forth
In white jeeps flying blue U. N.
flags.
Most of the guerrillas were with
out special uniforms and shoes.
They were well armed, however.
With their evacuation of the
city complete Dutch troops today
were pushing out of the Jogjakarta
residency to the north.
Film trailer to Explain
Traffic Signs, Signals
A slim trailer explaining the
life-saving function of official
traffic signs and signals will be
shown In all Washington thea
ters. beginning today, according
to A. Julian Brylawski, chairman
of the education and public In
formation committee of the Com
missioners’ Traffic Advisory Board,
Mr. Brylawski, who is also pres
ident of the Motion Picture Own
ers of Washington, said it will be
the first technicolor trailer to be
shown in the District for any
civic cause.
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