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■ - > '' ,?. HEr^r-L^^^Ktfff&iNllll^MS^B'^>* } TO T .«-jri| -n _ k>\ BV p » *"•.*& ''**, r : <' v < *'<.^Mfek. HIGHLIGHTS OF 83rd NA TIONAL BAPTIST CONVEN TION, USA, INC.— Some of tho highlights of the 83rd annual session of the Na* tional Baptist Convention, USA; Inc. held in Cleveland, Ohio recently, are recorded in the above photographs. In the top left photo hos tess Janice Thomas is shown with a few of several hun dred persons during registra tion at tho Zion Hill Baptist Church. In tho top right photo is shown Dr. Bruce Lambert (third from left), pastor of Genessee Baptist Church, Ro chester, N.Y., who was the speaker at the "Baptist World Youth Conference Echo Lun cheon." IfJaune Slate / jews COUNSELORS MEET ON WSU CAMPUS More than 200 educators, state supervisors of guidance .services and Detroit area guidance direc tors are expected to attend the North Central Regional Meeting of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 3-5, at the McGregor Mem orial Conference Center. Theme for the three-day con ference is “The Reality and the Challenge.’* Counseling authorities from 12 states will be represented at the conference. Lectures and discussion groups will deal with the challenges fac ing counselors in the vital area of school drop-outs, current man power needs and the changing economic scene and its el fed on the goals of education. Keynote speaker will be Pav 'd Wineman, of 18044 Kentucky, associate professor, WSU School °f Social Work, and an active •eader in delinquency control Projects. Wineman will talk on “T h e Reality and the Challenge" at T3O p.m, Thursday. Other speakers will include Professors, Buford Stefflre, Mich 'Ran State University; Lyle Mil ler, the University of Wyoming; Merle Ohlsen, the University of Illinois; and associate professors, Rruce Shertzer, Purdue Univer s,ty and George Slinger, Miami L’niveraity. • * * FINANCIAL EXPERT JOINS WSU STAFF Charles D. Marsh, a reeogniz p(l leader in department store managwnent, has joined the in structional staff of the Wayne Sl «tt University School of Busi **** Administration. EDUCATION Blessed ore the peacemaker*: for they (ball bo callod the children of God." - St. Matthew 5:9 Other persons are, (left to right), Mrs. Georgia Carr, Dan ville, Ky.; Dr. Primrose Fun ches, Chicago, western region al director, Young People's De partment, and promotional sec retary, National Baptist Con vention, USA, Inc., Rev. and Mrs. Lambert; Mrs. Zee A. Bar ron, Mound Bayou, Miss., na tional director, Young People's Department; Mrs. Gloria Wal dington, Chicago; Mrs. Eliza beth Woodward, Chicago; and Charles J. Smith, 111. A second luncheon scene (second from top, left) shows, left to right, Mrs. William Lo vette, Mobile, Ala., Rev. C. E. Marlis, Birmingham, Ala., su perintendent of missions, Ala bama Baptist Convention; Char lene Preston, hostess; Mrs. Em ma Goodlaw, Memphis; and | Marsh, who will teach in the | subject area of corporate finance, was formerly vice president and part owner of Demery's Inc. He has also served as vice president of Federated Depart ment Stores, vice president treas urer of the Associated Dry Goods Corporation and is currently on the staff of Manley, Bennett, McDonald and Cos., an investment firm. * * * PROFESSOR FROM INDIA TO TEACH PSYCHOLOGY Dr. G. D. Boaz, a distinguish ed psychologist from India, is arriving at Wayne State Univer sity this week to teach psychol ogy classes during the fall quar ter. J . , Dr. Boaz, professor and chair man of the department of psy chology at the University of Ma the Journal of Psychological Re searches and a former president of the psychology section, In dian Science Congress. Holder of a Ph D. degree from Oxford University, England, I)r. Boaz is the author of several books and articles on leader ship problems, criminal psychol ogy and other subjects. - His visit here is being financed by a grant from the American Psychological Association as par of a program of the National Science Foundation. • • * archives present "WOBBLY" NIGHT The Übor History Archives of Wayne State University will present "A Night with the Wob hlies” at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Oct. 4, at the McGregor Memonal Conference Center. Archie Green, noted University of Illinois folklorist will remin isce about the organizing ef forts of the "Wobblics" (the mck name for the Industrial Work ers of the World lal>or union which dates back to 1905). WOMEN. FEATURES • I • ol # + Mrs. Etta McClinton, Mobile. Mesdames Lovette, Goodlaw, and McClinton served as lun cheon hostesses. In the middle right photo is the Rev. Caesar Clark, Dal las, (second from left), editor of The Voice official publica tion of the convention who spoke at the Ministers' Wives Fellowship banquet held at Morning Star Baptist Church. Others in the photo are Mrs. W. T. Liggins, Cleveland, pres ident, Ministers' Wives; Ros lyn Edwards, hostess;. Mrs. Pearlie L. Sanders, Canton, the chairman of the Fellowship banquet; and the Rev. C. R. Williams, executive secretary, National Baptist Training Un ion of the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. In the photo second from bot- Conversation To Present Senes On African Art and Society As part of the Detroit Adven ture’s Fall “Conversation” pro gram, a special eight week ser ies on African Art and Society will run from October 23 through December 18, 1903, at the De troit Institute of Arts and at Wayne State University. Specifically created to relate to the "Art of Africa” exhibition which will run through Novem ber 24 at the Museum, all lec tures will begin at 8 p.m. with a fee of sls 00 for the entire series and couples $25.00. The two starred lectures will feature single admission at $1.50. One of the most interesting features of this series is the dis cussion or conversation period that will follow each lecture, al lowing the audience to actively participate. All talks will be il lustrated with films, slides or records. October 23 T*e Art of Af rica Exhibition. Willis Fi Woods. Director Welcome; Robert D. Kinsman, Associate (. uralor of Contemporary Art I/ecture At the Detroit Institute of Arts Lec ture Hall. . October 30 Undor tho Black Mask. A 50 minute color docu mentary film. Awarded Grand Prize, International Art Films Festival, Bergano, Italy in 1958. Made by Paul Hacsaerts, (Rubens, Renoir to Picasso) and examines in detail Congo sculpture, mus ic and customs. Nita la>wo Joining Green for talks about • Wobbly” folklore, music and the organizing efforts of the WW in Detroit prior to the start of the UAW. will be Fred W. Thompson, author and historian for the IWW and Carl Keller, editor of the IWW newspaper, The Industrial Worker. tom, left, Mrs. Beatrice Bates (second from right), state di rector, Young People's Depart ment, Ohio Baptist State Con vention, Inc., honored by the presentation of a gift at a breakfast given in honor of the directors of young peo ple's departments. IThe pres entation was made by Mrs. Do lores Brixell, Cleveland, presi dent. Others are Mrs. Barbara Anderson, Chicago, newly in stalled national president, Young Matrons Auxiliary; and Charles J. Smith, 111. In the bottom left photo, hos tess Roslyn Edwards and the Rev. E. W. Daniels of Colum bus, Ga., are shown with some of many persons at Public Au ditorium, scene of the conven tion. Others in the photo are, left to right, the Rev. O. M. Schwartz. Junior Curator, ThO| Detroit Institute of Arts, will lead discussion. At Wayne State University. November 6 Form and Mean ing in African Prehistoric Art. Bernard Goldman, Associate Pro fessor of Art History, Wayne State University. At the Detroit Institute of Arts Lecture Hall. November 13 Problems of Style in the Study of Primitive Art. (African, Pre-Columbian and Oceanic) John Galloway. Paint er and author of books and ar ticles on prehistoric and primi tive art. Professor of Art His tory, Chairman of Department of Art, Oakland University. At the Detroit Institute of Arts Lec ture Hall. November 20 Africa: The Historical Background. From ear ly times to contact with the west. Geographical zones and historical periods. Milton Covcn sky. Associate- Professor of His tory, Wayne State University. At Wayne State University. December 4 Contemporary African Cultures. James B. Chris tensen, Author of book and ar ticles on Africa based on three trips to both West and East As-j rica for qthnographic field re search. and Associate Professor; of Anthropology, Wayne State 1 University. At the Detroit Insti tute of Arts Lecture Hall. December 11 Function of Art Objects in African Cultures. James B. Christensen. At the De- 1 troit Institute of Arts Lecture j Hall. December 18 Re»at»ons be tween African and American Art: Music and Folklore. Rich , ard A. Waterman, author of many ; articles on Sub Saharan folklore and music and Professor of An thropology, Wayne State Univer- Corley, St. Louis; Mrs. Jessie Solomon, Akron, Ohio; the Rev. W. D. Chambers, Chicago; the Rev. M. Wiggins, Phenix, City, Ala.; Mrs. Mae West Steele, St. Louis; and the Rev. R. L. Walker, Columbus, Ga. In the bottom right photo Attorney Patricia Trivers, Washington, D. C., presents awards to win ners in the national education al queen revue contest. She is president of the Young Wom en's Auxiliary, Young People's Department of the Women's Convention. First place went to Mrs. Shirley Williams (right) of Daytona Beach, represent ing the General Baptist Con vention of Florida and second place to Mrs. Dorothy Beau champ of Kansas City, repre senting the Missouri State Bap tist Convention. sity. At the Detroit Institute of Arts Lecture Hall. Drama Students Receive Tribute MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (FAMU) Tribute was paul here recently by a federal rep resent at ive to the American Ed ucational Theatre Association to the successful tour of the Flor ida A& M University Playmak ers, directed by Dr. S. Ran dolph Edmonds. The Playmak ers toured military installations in France and Germany caily this year, in February, March, and April, under auspices of AETA-USO and the U. S. De partment of Defense. The tour of the FAMU dra ma students was cited as one of the most successful of coll ege groups sent abroad for en tertainment in 1963. The tribute to the FAMU Playmakcrs was made by a rep resentative of the federal gov ernment during the 27th annual conference of the American Ed ucational Theatre Association, held August, 26, 27, and 28. on the campus of the University of Minnesota. Dr. Edmonds, professor of speech and director of the FAMI Playmakers, was in attendance at the meeting and served on the important Overseas Touring Committee of which he is a mem ber. He also appeared on a pan el geared to a discussion of job opportunities for graduates in drama, and headed by Dr. Sam uel Selden of the University’ of California at Berkeley. HOME ♦ CLUBS Chemical Engineer Joins Michigan Consolidated L F R J/ JAGGERS Michigan Consolidated (las Cos. announced today that Leroy Ja ;-j gers, a graduate chemist and eu-J gineer, has joined the company** laboratory and testing division Prior to joining Michigan Con- J solidated, daggers was a junior! chemist in the City of Detroit s water department, and served two years with the US. Army. Jaggers, a former Cass Tech chemistry student, pursued his interest in chemistry at Wayne State University where he grad uated in 1958 with a Bachelor of Science degree. This year he was awarded his second degree, a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering. For Jaggers, the search for a higher education has reached the point where it is no longer »>n effort and has become a hobby. Now at Wayne State night school, he is studying for his masters degree in chemical en gineering. And on Saturdays he is taking a refresher at the Rack ham Educational Memorial giv | c n by the Engineering Society jof Detroit in preparation for I Part I certification as a proses -1 sional engineer. j Jaggers’ current duties with Michigan Consolidated's testing | laboratory include chemical analy ; sis of the company’s gas sup No weather sfßfes worries... Dryer Days -jmm |yfc* f . v«. ‘ V!^ f jfr*wvY Turn on the sun with a Gas Dryer!!! Dry clothes sunshine fresh, indoors, with a Gas dryer... and for less than 2 i a load. Save money. Save yourself work. See the latest models on display at dealer or Gas Company showrooms, buy now. No down payment, easy terms. Free Installation!!! LIMITED TIME ONLY . LIVE MODERN ... FOR LESS.. .WITH GAS MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY DETROIT TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, SEI’TEMBER 28, 1963 plies to assure a high quality product lor company customers. He is a bowler, golfer, chess and hridee player.. His wife Eliz abeth. until recently, was a teach er at Tilden Elementary School. The couple and their three month old daughter, Andrea, live at 3288 Fullerton in Detroit. Co(l. r lU> /Riff* HAMPTON INSTITUTE HAMPTON INSTITUTE, Va The* Honorable Mr. \V. Wurie, minister of education in Sierra Leone, West Africa, and William C’onton. education officer in the same government, are visiting and conferring this week with faculty and staff of Hampton Institute. I)i. William H. Martin, dean of faculty at HI, has been hold ing discussions with the visitors and outlining the education pro gram. Dr. Martin and Dr. Jerome 11. Holland, president of HI, estab lished a rural training institute in Sierra Leone two years ago, in cooperation with the US. State Department’s Aid Program. The West African officials have been enthusiastic over the Hampton staff project and have come to this country to inspect the sponsor’s campus. 5