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West Palm Beach, Florida
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Saturday, November 2, 1968
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P;.wwgiuj.iiiiL!,.,'Wlf11" " ' ' !" 1 ?- ,:J" '" J Palm Beach Post-Times Saturday, Nov. 2196827 iVVVoVVoVoVaVaVVaajVai 4rea Churches Announce Events -1 1 I I r Jt -"- u-.r s - y . RIVIERA BEACH - "Fies-ta de Bazaar" of the First United Methodist Church of Riviera Beach, 2850 Ave. F, will be held on the church grounds today from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., according to Mrs. Jon P. Newman, chairman. The bazaar includes items" from children's toys to kitchen utensils, shadow portraits and baked goods, plus Shetland pony rides for children. NORTH PALM BEACH "Demas: The Deserter Who Did Not Make a Comeback," will be the topic of C. Ernest Tatham, pastor of Palm Bible Chapel, 844 Prosperity Farms Road, at the 11 a.m. service , Sunday. It will be fifth and final of a series on "Great Spiritual Drop-Outs." Lake Park First Baptist Church, 625 Park Ave., at 7 p.m. From left: Don Smith, Mike Otto, Bruce Porter, Dave Shipley and Dick Hill. THE SPOKESMEN A recording group will be at the Victory Baptist Church, 4601 Forest Hill Blvd., at 11 a.m. Sunday and at the Unitarian, Catholic Priest To Wed Pair p.m. topic, Sunday at St John's United Methodist Church, 3215 N. Seacrest Blvd., Boynton Beach. "Who Am I Voting For?" will be the subject o the Rev. John Papandrew, pastor, at the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Boca Raton. Three to One" will be the topic ol the Rev. Albert G. Shiphorst, pastor, at the 9:30 and 11 a.m. services Sunday at the First Presbyterian Church of Boca Raton. BOCA RATON Mrs. Maxle B. Lowe, first vice president of Church Women United of Florida, will speak on "On Our Way Together" at meeting of Church Women United Nov. 8 at the First United Methodist Church of Boca Raton.' Registration will be at 9:30 a.m. and luncheon will be served after the meeting. LAKE PARK A two-ser-vice schedule is being started Sundav in the Community United Church of Christ, Park Avenue at Fifth Street, with an 11 a.m. service being added .to the 9:45 a.m. combined worship and Sunday church school. "Everlasting Life" will be the topic of-the Rev. Spencer W. Aungst, pastor, at each service. RIVIERA BEACH The Rev. Leslie Giles of the Hester Baptist Church, Oxford, N.C., is conducting services at the .First Baptist Church of Riviera Beach, 135 W. 12th St. 7:30 tonight and 11 a.m. and 7:15 p.m. Sunday. PALM BEACH GARDENS "Let's Have Focused Lives" will be the topic at 10:15 a.m. Sunday of the Rev. Keith Taber, pastor, at Westminster Presbyterian Church, Military Trail at Burns Road. service Sunday at Unity of Lake Worth, 631 N.H St. Annual membership meet-'ing will be at the church at noon Nov. 17 when reports are to be made and directors elected, according to J. Richard Smith, president, Unity board .of directors. "Sing a New Song" will be presented by the singing Spurrlows at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the First Baptist Church of Lake Worth, and at the Northwood Baptist. Church, West Palm Beach, at' 7:30 p.m. Friday. There are 32 singers and Instrumentalists in the Spurrlow group which features an cap-pella chorus, brass choir, men's glee club, plus a blending of vocal and Instrumental quartets, trios, duos and solos. LAKE WORTH "If Jesus Were President" will be the Sunday sermon topic of Dr. W'alter D. Reed, pastor, at the First Presbyterian Church of Lake Worth. Through November church school classes will continue to be at 9:30 a.m. and morning worship at 11 a.m. Youth banquet for all young people of the church will be in Fellowship Hall at 5:30 p.m. Sunday. Concert of sacred music will , be presented by the 22-voice choir of Lake Worth First Congregational Church at 4 p.m. Sunday at the church. Robert Frederick Freund Is director and his wife, Mrs. Edna Lee Freund, organist. Two vocal duets will be presented during the concert of approximately one hour. DELRAY BEACH "Be With Us All" will be the subject of Dr. Seth C. Morrow, pastor, at the First Presbyterian Church of Delray Beach at 11 a.m. Sunday. It will be the concluding message of his initial series at the church on "Apostolic Benedictions." "Blessed Assurance'.' will be the topic of the Rev. Carl E. Storey, pastor, at the 11 a.m. service Sunday at the First Baptist Church of Delray Beach. Dr. Gerald B. Stanton, minister of Bible teaching, will give the 7 p.m. service message. BOYNTON BEACH "Dra-wing Near to God" will be the 11 a.m. subject of the Rev. Louis L. Shields, pastor, and "What Have You'?" the 7:30 A new Sunday School series lor adults and high sthool youth is being started, relating the biblical message to lile's crucial issues. The classes are at 9:40 a.m. Young people of the church will attend a service at St. Ann's Catholic Church at 5:30 p.m. Sunday in the lirst of two ecumenical sessions of the two .groups. The young people visit Temple Israel Nov. 17. 1 A four-classroom addition will be dedicated at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2740 Parker Ave., at 4 p.m. Sunday and will be followed by a dinner for the congregation. Construction and furnishing of the addition was at a cost of approximately $20,000. The classrooms are used for a daily kindergarten under the direction of Mrs. Severn Kocz-wanski as well as for Sunday School sessions. The local church was officially organized April 4, 1926 and the first church site on Lakeview Avenue was dedicated April 6, 1930. The present site was dedicated April 24, 1960. The 40th anniversary of the congregation was celebrated at a special service June I960. Dr. Paul E. Arnold, pastor, was installed as pastor Sept. 4, 1955. Today is paint-up, fix-up day at Lakeside Presbyterian Church, with action starting at 9 a.m., under direction of the property committee. "The Importance of Pur-' pose" will be the subject of the Rev. Donald VV. Scott, pastor, at the 8:30 and 11 a.m. services Sunday. LAKE WORTH - St. Luke's Home and School Association will hold a pancake breakfast after all morning masses Sunday in the social hall of St. Luke's Church on Congress Avenue. Dr. David T. Scoates,. pastor, will present the communion meditation at the 8:30 and 11 a.m. services Sunday at Lakeside United Methodist Church, 1801 S. 12th Ave., Lake Worth. Today Is work day at the church for painting of the exterior of Fellowship Hall, starting at 9 a.m. Luncheon will be served at noon. "Off the Deep End" will be the topic of the Rev. Thomas I. Coates, pastor, at the 11 a.m. Dr. John D. Rose, minister ef the I'irst Unitarian Church In West Palm Beach, will participate with a Catholic priest In a. wedding ceremony for: a member of a church where he formerly was pastor. Dr. Rose said he will participate in the ceremony with the Kev. James P. Qulnlan, pastor, at St. Paul's Catholic Church In Burlington, Iowa, on Nov. 23. The ceremony will unite Michael Denniston, a senior at Jowa State University at Ames, Iowa, and Miss Pamela Walker, a member of St. Paul's. Talk on "Japanese Youth, 1968" will be presented by Monroe Smith of Delray Beach at the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday of the First Unitarian ( hurch, 601 Hibiscus St. Taking part in the discussion period afterward will be Miss Fusako Nakamura, guest of the Monroe Smiths who is attending Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton. A former director of American Youth Hostels and organizer of hostels in other lands, Smith attended the International Youth Hostels Conference in Tokyo earlier this year. There will be an ingathering 'of the United Thank Offering at the 8 and 10 a.m. services Sunday at Grace Episcopal Church, 3600 Australian Ave., for women of the church who w ere unable to attend the Friday morning services. Meeting of the parish council will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the church office, according to the Rev. Philip E. Perkins, rector. "Divide and Conquer" will be the subject of the Rev. Clarence M. Yates, pastor, at the 9 and 11 a.m. services Sunday and "Who Is the Holy Spirit?" at the 7:30 p.m. service at the First United Methodist Church, Hibiscus Street at Florida Avenue. Youth Sunday will be observed Sunday at the Union Congregational Church, 2727 Georgia Ave., with young people in charge of the 11 a.m. service. A drama, "The People Vs. Saint Peter," will be presented during tie service with 29 in the cast. The Junior High Youth Fellowship will leave from the church at 1:30 p.m. Sunday to attend the South East Coast Association youth rally at Hollywood. "What Are You?" will be the topic" of the Rev. Hal Ro-sencrans, pastor, at the 11 a.m. service Sunday at Unity of the Palm Beaches, 1957 S. Flagler Drive. United Thank Offering fall Ingathering of the women of Holy Spirit Episcopal Church will be received Sunday at all services. "That Ye May Be Able to Withstand in the Evil Day" will be the topic of the Rev. Peter F. Watterson, rector, at the 9 and 11 a.m. services. "Three Ways of Life" will . be the subject of the Rev. Elwood V. Graves, pastor, at the 8:30 and 11 a.m. services Sunday at the First Presbyterian Church. Prayer Book Made In Braille NEW YORK (UPI) The . Jewish blind throughout the United States, Canada, Israel and other countries were able to participate in religious services with other members of their congregations during the High Holy days, reports Judge Emll N. Baar, president of the Jewish Braille Institute of America. The Institute provides braille editions of special prayerbooks for Rosh Hasho-na and Yom Kippur, as well as religious texts. Film Story Of Doctor In China Set For L.W. Amidst China's most explosive era ..stood a gentle W giant! XT" mm. eft 1 j,.':-f,'-r;.i..T..g-j.viy.r.'j.i hRpnnRY wa nnn- w,jOHU10N.w.n'Mna I XIXCOUGIAS GREEN WIDt SCRIEN ' STARTS FRI. NOV. 8 3S! 1510 High Ridg Rd. l.W. Sunday School.. ...... 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship..... 11:00 A.M. Mid-W.ek - W.d. .7:00 PA, Jamas R. Mdgnuion, Paslor Al CONOITIONfO r "I Kb- 1 mm 1 Denniston Is a member of the First Congregational Church of Burlington where Dr. Rose was minister for years. Best man Is to be Michael's brother, Capt. Leroy Denniston just back from two years service in Vietnam , who was married by Dr. Rose lnl6. The local minister said action by Vatican Council II makes It possible for such a ceremony which, In his opinion, will be the first in which a Unitarian-Universalist minister participates with a Catholic priest. The 90-minute coior wide screen film Is based on the true story of Dr. William L. Wallace, 42-year-old native of Knoxville, Tenn., as medical missionary and superintend dent of Stout Memorial Hospital In Wuchow, South China, for 15 years. He continued with his "vocation of sacrifice and love" there after the Chinese Communists came and despite the hindrances they caused him. His popularity with the Wuchow area people proved his undoing and he died In a prison cell in China early in 1951. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST OLD SCHOOL Service 1st and 3rd Sundays ELDER ROBERT MING, PASTOR tlO FLORIDA-MANGO DR. MM Cnf rats Ave. Dclray Beach Pastor Named As Moderator HYPOLUXO The Rev! Carl E. Storey, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Delray Beach, was elected moderator vat the annual meeting Oct. 25 of the Palm-Lake Baptist Association. The Rev. Warren Nueburn, new pastor of the Lakeview Baptist Church of Delray Beach, was elected vice-mo-deralor; the Rev. Donald K. Snyder, pastor of Belvedere Baptist Church, West Palm Beach, clerk, and the Rev. Norris Q. Geer, pastor of the Lake Avenue Baptist Church, ' West Palm Beach, treasurer. "The Crusade of the Americas," a cooperative effort In evangelism, will be the association's prime objective during the 1968-69 year, the new moderator said. Downtown Prayei Time Is Changed For nine years the First Presbyterian Church at 301 S. Olive Ave. has been calling downtown West Palm Beach to noon-day prayer with the playing of its chimes. The Rey. Elwood V. Graves, pastor, has announced a slight switch. The 10-minute service will begin at 12:05 p.m., five minutes later than the usual time. Lutheran Student President Named. WASHINGTON (UPI) Mrs. Dorothy Bird Daly, of the U.S. Department Of Health Education and Welfare's Social and Rehabilitation Service, has been named dean of the National Catholic School of Social Service of the Catholic University of America. Mrs. Daly succeeds Dr. Frederick J. Ferris who served as dean from 1960 until resigning the post In June, 1968. BARTON ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH 1509 Barton Rood, Lake Worth REV. KENNETH HOUSER PASTOR Sunday 9:45 School 11:00 Worship 6:30 Youth 7:30 Eve Service Wed. 7:30 Prayer Mtg. In followship with .C.A.RB.C. SOUTHBORO CHURCH OF CHRIST 4801 SOUTH DIXIE HWY., W.f.l. (IRAIUI ClUI aUUDINE) Robart E. Hansen, Evongtliir SUNDAY 10 A.M.-11 .M..f.M. Ph. i-74IO "Bill Wallace of China," the story of an American doctor in China, will be shown for tone week, starting Nov. 8, at 'the Lake Theater :in Lake Worth, according to L. Hayes fJarbarlno, city manager for Florida State Theaters. CREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH ST. CATHERINE 4000 Washiaitn U. W. Palm latch Rev. A. Sgouros, Pastor 10:30 .m. Divine liturgy . "Vinitnrs Always 9 elcome 1551 EVANGELICAL CUV EN ANT CULKCHES FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 215 CONGRESS AVENUE WEST PALM BEACH I. H. iPPMNQ MINISTER IIBIE SCHOOL 9:30 AM. MORNING WORSHIP 10.45 AM. YOUTH MEETINGS 4:30 PJH. EVENING WORSHIP 7 30 P.M. CALVAUY TEMPLE (Assembly of God) aV Connisfan West Palm Baaih Gltnn M. Hout, Paslor Rev. Alex Vance Guest Speaker Speaking 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M. Royal Palm Btach, Flo. Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Morning Wonhipll:00 A.M. Mid Wlt Wd .8:30 P.M. E" n Lundbarg, Pastor Clana Hersl, Paifar Nursary Facilities, Suparvisad CO VIE JOI WITH I S WORSHIP SERVICES ' 8:45 & 11:00 A.M. o Porkar FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 301 No. 'J' STREET, LAKE WORTH BIBLE SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. WORSHIP SERVICE 10:45 A.M. Christian Youth Fellowship 6:30 P.M. Nursery Provided Clartnc E. Rhodas, Miniittr Ph. 582-5715 TEMPORARY LOCATION CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE, INC. SKEES ROAD, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA IMIWHN OKfKHOIf i AND K IVID( 0AD) TWIN LAKES TRAILER PARK CLUBHOUSE SERVICES: Sun 10 A.M., 1 1 AM. & 7 P.M. WJ 7,30 P.M. REV. DOROTHV TOPPFRO P.P., PASTOR Lakeside Presbyterian Church Activities, Bldg. Haotad S Air Cond.' CHURCH Dr. Paul I. Arnold, Pastor Sthool Classat All Agai t:45 A.M. Hmb ""'' tl II M III 4601 So. Flagler at Edmort - Donald W. Scotl, Miniiter Church School 9:45 A.M. Sunday Worship Services 8:30 & 1 1 A.M. Nursery Provided for all Services "The Importance of Purpose" FIRST EVANGELICAL Memorial Presbyterian Church S.OLIVE at ACACIA RD. W. PALM BEACH Ryan U Wood, O.D., Patter Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship 1 1 A.M. "Loyalty Vs. Disloyalty" 7:30 p.m. Sermon in Song Youth Vespers 5:30 P.M. Evening Worship 7:30P.M. "THREE WAYS I : OF LIFE" o Sermon By " " '; Rev. Elwood V. Graves J: Worship Services , x . ? 8:30 & 1 1 A.M. J i FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Downtown 'Mid-Day Prayer Service Mon.-Fri. at 12:05 P.M. Complete Nursery At Both Services 301 S. Olive Ave. 833-1764 Inquiries Invited unrest THERE'S ALWAYS A WAKM WELCOME AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Air-Conditionad Sunday 2740 PARKER AVE. " U . M The United CHURCH 231 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY - LAKE WORTH OR. WAITER DUFF REED, PASTOR Church School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship' 1 1 :00 A.M. Nurtery Provided - Sm ry r .m ' "If Jesus Were President" METHODIST CHURCHES INVITE YOU FUNDAMENTAL INDEPENDENT 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship 9:4S Sunday School Or. Uwn N. Hood, District SuparvntanoW 2933 Washington Road 2390 SOUTH MILITARY TRAIL WEST PALM BEACH" PHILIP C. HOUSEMAN, Paslor t f PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES Invite You To Worship BAPTIST 4:00 P.M.. Youth Hour 7:30 P.M. Gospel Service Havtrhill: Rev. David! Cobb G St.t Rev. Ed Oram Calvary Methodist, lake Worth Or. fignkln (trsrllliii St lit Avi. it fidtul Worship 1100 1M. 7:30 Ml. (h. Sdt. - MS in. lakeside, take Worth Isv. Davit: T. Srtstit HOI 1? s.s.J Worship 1 30 t 11:01 i n. C. Set. 45 A.M. St. lukes, lake Worth lit. t lay 5lttr Ohii Uii, Florida (irisn: Worship 11HQ Church School MS t.m. First, West Palm leach lit. (Iirosct M. tons, lit. M. H. libit Hindi tvonao at Hikiscis Slmt Warship: 00 t II M.;7:30 (i. ScM:4S .. MTF t og rj. Good Shepherd, W.P.I, lit. I. F. Iloikhmn 23l Military Trail W M. Warship II a a ; 7:30 F d. Chorea School 1.30 111. (00 PH. Grace, West Palm leach latr. Jahi 1. Whirthtad IIS3 (harry loaO Warship 1301 II t a. Church Sihool 45 i n. Northwoed, West Palm leach lot. Jthj S. SintirsoiU 40th hoar Iroodwoy Worship:l30 in. Ill im. 7 30 pm. CD. Sch. MS t it. Wagg Memorial W.P.I, lit. N. Slowort Instil 4401 Cordon Avoids Wirthip; 0:30 I II ... 7J0 p a. (h. Sch. MS a a. first Melhodisf, Riviera Beach a. lohart Irani, lai'iul Nuyilt 2IS0 Avoaua F Worship i n. (. Sch. 0:30 IK. Trinity, Palm leach Gardens lav. lohtrl M. Irirtoi H2SII. Military Trill Warship 1 30 ( II a a. Chore. Schaol MS l.a. Juno Beach Methodist at. lichsrd lahrtr 310 Otoai Or. Jam Inch Worship II i a. (harch Sihool M5 1 . Jupiter, Tequesta lit. Wilhor Parkir Solhovan todiloriiia Warship I0SOO i n. of mi: f.iti: vri it vmm hi: ( hi s WELCOME YOtJ TO WORSHIP WKT PALM BEACH I HRST BAM,KI I( ALlM WEST PALM BEACH J740PW KtDtttlKR Dr. Paul E. Arnold, Pairor )w ri 1) Snntfir School M5 A M. 2300 South Dili . Worship 1:43 1 11:00 A M. ' kmokh. om holy l M , a(t Siol 145 a LAKE WORTH SUBURBAN " y"' al' Wl Palm Boh - lott Wtrth S. E.St., ! I Old A. HOLY CROSS (LCA) tav. Douakn Otta, Patlw Sunday School 9:00 AM. IStl Ink M. It orl hrt Nil M Mormng Woritp 10 30 AM. CKMOI t. HCtll Nwrury PronaM Church School 9:30 A.M. Holy Community l) Sunday Morning Wonhip 8:30 & 1 1 AM. PALM IEACH GARDENS NATIVITY (AlC) 4075 Hot, Drivo ST.JOHKS(UA) Dal A. Wolbtr, Pailor lnt CypwM (hunt Wbod m t II i i l. inWr P. Synoor S.IJ. Pnlor ' mt -H Worihit Holy ( III luotr d onb Month 1:30 A. M. t, 11:00 A M. Muwv c Ai, en' Sundlf Sihool 1. 38 1 M. NORTH PALM BEACH JUPITER fA'7L C HRIST THE kINU (M A) II fcfhni I K hbtioi Intt J ,'"!!.W.?,.,'' T,", Riv. Kftrh P. Johnson. Pastor ...o;'.4si:,'1i':w.,x wo . ch,.h s.ho.1 Sttttr Schwl Hi ' 10 30 A M. Mormn Norihii Ittr CwnMt Snoty IN A IL Nily (omntiiiti 1st Svty of Iht to Wttty UN tJL "lh. Itnnol Ciyi Nurwry ptt N0RTHW00D BAPTIST CHURCH 3900 Broadway A CHURCH WHERE EVERYONE IS SOMEONE-AND JESUS CHRIST IS LORD. HEAR! 11 AM REV. DAVID COBB 7:30 PM REV. DAVID MORRIS Sunday School 9:30 AM: Training Union 6:30 PM PALM BEACH GARDENS - WESTMINSTER Military Trail and Burns Rd. 10:15 A.M. NORTH PALM BEACH FIRST 717 Prosperity Farms Rd. 11 A.M. LAKE PARK -IMMANUEL Palmetto and Crescent Rds. 9:00 & 11:00 A.M. WEST PALM BEACH FIRST 301 S. Olive Ave. 8:30 and 11 A.M. WEST PALM BEACH - LAKESIDE 4601 S. Flagler Or. 1:30 and II A.M. WEST PALM BEACH - MEMORIAL 1300 S. Olive Ave., 11 A.M., 7:30 P.M. PALM SPRINGS -FAITH 275 Alemeda Ur.' 11:00 A.M. LAKE WORTH FIRST 231 N. Federal Hwy. 11:00 A.M. LAKE WORTH LAKE OSBORNE 2101 6th Ave. S. 11 A.M. 7:30 P.M. LANTANA-GRACE UNITED .Hypoluxo Rd.,1 Mile W.U.1 1-10:30 A.M. -OUR MISSIONS- Grammercy Park: 45th & lok. Worth 12th & CULTO EN ESPANOl, Rer. Cesar M. Benifex II i n. tllSt W. PALM 7:30 (mainity lolla Clodi

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