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[[image]] [[caption]] Treasurer Lady Lillian Francis Houston, Texas[[/caption]] [[image]] [[caption]] Lady Barbara Mounts Area VI Director[[/caption]] [[image]] [[caption]] Lady Sadie Melton Historian[[/caption]] [[image]] [[caption]] Lady Ann LaCroix Top Teens Director[[/caption]] [[image]] [[caption]] Lady Thelma La Pice Lake Chgelsea, La. Area I Director[[/caption]] [[image]] [[caption]] Financial Secretary Lady Ina Bloom St. Louis, Mo. [[/caption]] [[logo]] LOD [[/logo]] Top Ladies of Distinction INCORPORATED National Convention (Syn-Lod) June 25 - 29, 1980 Doral Country Club and Hotel Miami Beach, Florida Motto: SERVING YOUTH and ADULTS TENTATIVE AGENDA Wednesday, June 25 7 p.m. - Parliamen-Top (Executive Session) 9 p.m. - Hospitality Hour Thursday, June 26 (Registration all day) 8 a.m. - Complimentary Breakfast 9 a.m. - Briefing of Inductees 10 a.m. - Induction 11 a.m. - Opening Plenary Session 2 p.m. - Committee Meetings 3 p.m. - Second General Session 5 p.m. - "Meet the Press" 6 p.m. - "Fabulous Flager Dog Track" with Dinner Friday, June 27 8 a.m. - Complimentary Breakfast 9 a.m. - Sightseeing Tour 12 noon - Presidents' Luncheon 2 p.m. - Third General Session 4 p.m. - Area Caucuses 5 p.m. - "Jungle Queen Dinner Cruise" Saturday, June 28 8 a.m. - Complimentary Breakfast 9 a.m. - Fourth General Session 12 noon - Public Luncheon - Guest Speaker - Scholarships and Other Awards Given 3 p.m. - Closing Plenary Session 8 p.m. - Reception and Presentation Ball Sunday, June 29 8 a.m. - Parliamen-top Breakfast Meeting 11 a.m. - Walt Disney Tour or Miami Seaquarium with "A Touch of Key Biscayne" NATIONAL OFFICERS 1979-1980 President Lady Vivian Crawley 3791 Wess Park Drive Cincinnati, Ohio 45217 Fist Vice-President Lady Carolyn Utz Worthington, Ohio Second Vice-President Lady (Dr.) Fredda Witherspoon St. Louis, Missouri Recording Secretary Lady Alma Mayson Detroit, Michigan Assistant Recording Secretary Lady Ethel Lightner Beaumont, Texas Corresponding Secretary Lady E. Kathleen Cooke Cincinnati, Ohio Financial Secretary Lady Ina Boon St. Louis, Missouri Treasurer Lady Lillian Francis Houston, Texas Parliamentarian Lady (Dr.) Marie Stellos St. Louis, Missouri Sergeant-at-Arms Lady Jessie Rice Dallas, Texas Editor of The Crown Lady Sharon Carpenter Historian Lady Sadie Melton Nacogdoches, Texas Top Teens Director Lady Annie LaCroix Tyler, Texas Top Teens Director-Elect Lady Mary Freeman Jacksonville, Texas Area I Director Lady Thelma LaPice Lake Charles, Louisiana Area III Director Lady (Dr.) Rejesta V. Perry St. Louis, Missouri Area IV Director Lady Anne Mitchell Miami, Florida Area V Director Lady Ethel Kuykendall Indianapolis, Indiana Area VI Director Lady Barbara Mounts Hollywood, California Area Director-at-Large Lady Marjorie Holland Bexley, Ohio STANDING COMMITTEES Constitution and By-Laws Lady (Dr.) Marie Stellos, St. Louis, Mo. Finance Lady Lillian Francis, Houston, Texas Program Lady Carolyn Utz, Worthington, Ohio Projects Lady (Dr.) Fredda Witherspoon, St. Louis, Mo. Scholarships Lady Dorothy Smith, Wilberforce, Ohio Public Relations Lady (Dr.) Fredda Witherspoon, St. Louis, Mo. Nominating Lady (Dr.) Marie Stellos, St. Louis, Mo. Induction Lady Bobbie Moorehead, Houston, Texas Membership and Reactivation Lady Audrey Como, Beaumont, Texas Resolutions Lady (Dr.) Robert Pickett, Detroit, Mich. Memorial Service Lady Velma Jeter, Orange, Texas Amenities Lady E. Kathleen Cooke, Cincinnati, Ohio Credentials Lady Lucellustine Wilson, Prairie View, Texas Top Teens Lady Ann LaCroix, Tyler, Texas Status of Women Lady Billie Ware, Los Angeles, Calif. Community Beautification (Pending) Senior Citizens Lady Mamie Daniels, Chicago, Ill. 120
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