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Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine of North and South America and Its Jurisdictions, Inc.

Kansas City, Mo. - Aug. 20-26, 1978

Radison Muehlenbach Hotel

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[[caption]] KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI— Members of Allah Temple 6 in this city, will be the official host at the annual session of the Imperial Council when that body, some 30,000 members strong, meet in the city August 20-26, 1978. The drill team shown above says that they expect to win in the first place drill trophy and the prestige and honor that go with the top rated drill award. [[/caption]]

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DT. JEWEL LANG

Daughter Jewel Rogers Lang, imperial outside spy in the Imperial Court, Daughters of Isis and the imperial directress of public relations—publicity for the women's auxiliary, AEAONMS, is all set to serve in a dual role when the Imperial Court is called to session in Kansas City, Missouri in August of 1978.

A native of Texas, the big state, she is a graduate of Texas A. and M. (Prairie View College), where she majored in social work with a minor in education and Spanish. She also has work experience and the honor of master's degree equivalent in field practicum from the University of Cincinnati, Ohio.

A member of Bethel Baptist Church, she has also served in a variety of religious work and activities, as well as serve her fraternal order as Worthy Matron, Saint John's Chapter 25, Order of Eastern Star; Illustrious Commandress, Sinai Court 35, Daughters of Isis; Loyal Lady Ruler, Dove Assembly 34, Order of Golden Circle; Grand Outer Guard, Ohio Grand Assembly; member, Prince White Court, Heroines of Jericho #1; and as charter secretary and a member, Noble Women's Guild, Detroit, Michigan.

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[[caption]] Bossie Benjamin Simmons, past grand master of Prince Hall Masons in Virginia and the imperial director of publicity for PH Shriners, worldwide. [[/caption]]


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