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6-Siffurday, July 20, 1963 Redlands Daily facts Conference Minister of the Congregational Conference of South- em California and the Southwest and of the Southern California BELLRINGERS — "Crusade Bellrlngers," a newly formed group of junior high school boys of the First Congregational church, will make their second public appearance when they play the musical prelude tomorrow evening on the Sunday evening Council of Churches service at Redlands Bowl, From left ore Greg Woodbury, Randy Starbuck, Pete Suftner, Jack Lehman, Bill Marks, Gary Wetzel, Keith Wiley, Dick Wiley and Barney Jacobs. Allen Sutton was not present for the picture. Organized as o dub by Wilbur Schowalter, director of music at the church, this is only one of the group's activities. They meet for proc- tice weekly, followed by dinner and recreation. (Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) BETHEL CHRISTIAN REFORMED Rev. James Howerzyl, pastor. Morning worship 10:00 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject: "Keeping the Lord's Sabbath." Evening service 7:30, sermon by the pastor, subject: "The Unchanging Jesus." FIRST BAPTIST OF MENTONE Mentone boulevard near Crafton. Rev. Laurence N. Caraway, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject: "Certainty in Uncertainty." Evening service 7:00, sermon by the pastor, subject: "Thoughts from the Psatais: Messiah." WESTSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST (Christian) East Olive avenue and Nordina street. Aaron P. Brou-n, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 10:45 a.m., sermon by the Carl Ledbetter, subject: "God's First Questions." Evening service 6:30, sermon by Percy Krewson. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL Northwest corner Cajon street and West Olive avenue. Rev. Harry G. Suttner, pastor. Sunday school 9:00 a.m. Morning worship 9:00 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject; "Threat of the Ordinary." FIRST BAPTIST Southwest comer West Olive avenue and Cajon street. Rev. Ivan B. Bell, pastor. Sunday school 9:00 a.m. Jfoming worship 10:00 a.m., sermon by Dr. Ivan B. Bell subject: "How to Measure Christian Conduct." Young people's society 6:30 (Sr. High). MENTONE CONGREGATIONAL COMMUNITY CHURCH Southwest comer of Beryl avenue and Mentone boulevard. Wm. H. Fiygare, pastor. Morning worship 10:00 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject: "Freedom From Insecurity." ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC 1005 Columbia street Rev. Ricardo Meza, pastor. Masses Sunday 7 a.m. (English) 8 (Spanish), 5 (English) in parish hall for adults and in church for children, 10 (EngUsh), 11 (English) and 7:30 (English). Weekday Masses at 7:30 a.m. Confessions Saturday 4 to 5 pjn. and 7 to 9 p.m. heard in Spanish and English^ CHRIST LUTHERAN MO. SYNOD Colton avenue at Church street. Rev. A. C. Schaller. pastor. Sunday school and Jr. and Adult Bible classes 9:00 a.m. Morning worship 10:30 a.m., sermon by the pastor. CALVARY BAPTIST Affiliated with General Baptist Conference. Rev. Duane Logsdon, pastor. Services to be held in Grace Mullen Auditorium, Redlands High school campus. Affiliated with General Baptist Conference. Rev. Duane Logsdon, pastor. Ser\-ices to be in Grace MuUea auditorium on Redlands High School campus. Jlorning worship, 9:00 a.m., subject: "Jonah the Jinx." Evening worship 7:00, subject: "Miss one in Our Midst." (Rev. and Mrs. Darreli Nichoul- aus) REDLANDS TEMPLE CHURCH OF GOD Comer of Clay and Western. Rev. Viola Stowers, pastor. LOMA LINDA ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER Rev. Joseph Snoj, pastor. Sunday Masses, 8, IC and 11 a.m Weekday Mass, 7:30 a.m. Novena to Jesus of Prague, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Confessions Saturday 3 to 5:30 and 7 to 9 p.m. CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST lOOO Roosevelt Road. Rev. Virgil Leach Bible classes, 9:45. Morning worship, 10:45 a.m. Evening services, 6:30 p.m. CHURCH OF THE F0URS(9UARE GOSPEL 318 East Citrus avenue. J. W. Carmain, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 10:45 a.m.. sermon by the pastor, subject: 'Thre Great Commissions." Young people's society 6:30. Evening service 7:30, sermon by the pastor, subject: "Interested But Not Attached to This World." YOU ARE WELCOME! Sunday School 9:45 MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 Family Gospel Hour 7:00 Brookside Free Methodist Church Son Moleo & Tenneswa REOUNDS, CAIIF. Jacic H. MoHweiler, Pastor TEMPLE BAPTIST 611 E. Cypress avenue. Rev. Aaron W. Eurich, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m., sermon by the pastor. Training union 6:15. Evening service 7:00, sermon by the Sacred Caravan Concert, The Sacred Caravan Concert will present the evening service. BROOKSIDE FREE METHODIST San Mateo and Tennessee. Rev. Jack H. Mottweiler, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m., sermon by the pastor. Young people's society 8:15. Evening service 7:00, sermon by the pastor. UNIVERSITY METHODIST 910 E. Colton Ave. Church School 9:15 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. "USING OUR TALENTS" Phillip E. Collin Minister SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD 16 E. Olive, YWCA building L. G. Bryan pastor. FIRST METHODIST Northeast comer Cajon street and East Olive avenue. Rev. Willard A. Schurr and Rev. Carl M. Doss, pastors. Sunday school 9:00 a.m. Morning worship 9:00 a.m., sermon by Rev. Frank Toothaker, subject: "The Wrath, The Blessing, and The Name." High School MYF will meet in the high school lounge at 6:30 p.m. following a game of volleyball, they will see and discuss the moving picture "Window on the Sky." Junior High MYF will meet at the church at 7:00 p.m. Monday, July 22, to see and discuss the picture, "Window on the Sky." The Baptist Youth Fellowship is invited. Rev. Carl Doss will lead recreation. TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH (Southern) Comer 6th and Lugonia. Rev. James L. Stearns, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m., sermon by the pastor. Young people's society 6:30, Dee Walching leader. Evening service 7:30, sermon by the pastor. CHURCH OF RELIGIOUS SCIENCE 402 Church street. Rev. Robert Howard Stevens, pastor. Sunday school 10:45 a.m. Morning worship 10:45 a.m., sermon by the minister, subject: "Si.x Steps to Happiness." SACRED HEART CATHOLIC Southeast corner West Olive avenue and Eureka street. Rev. Henry W. Keane, pastor; Rev. William Cuddihy, assistant pastor. Sunday Masses 6:15, 8, 9:15, 10:30 and 12. Confessions Saturday from 4 to 5:30 and from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Evening service, 7:30. HIGHLAND AVE. CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH Rev. Otto De Groot, pastor. Morning worship 10:00 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject; "Justification by Faith." Evening service 7:00, sermon by Rev. L. Veltkamp. STATE STREET CHRISTIAN State street and Highway 99. Rev. Hugh J. Williams, pastor. Morning worship 10:00 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject: "Sufficient Unto the Day." RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS 114 West Vine street. Morning worship 9:30. "Christ Is All-We Are Nothing" —George Fox. TRINITY EPISCOPAL (Burrage Memorial) Southwest corner Fourth street and West Fern. Rev. John de Boer Cummings. rector. Rev. Henry G. Dittmar. Ph.D.. curate. Morning worship 8:00 and 9:30. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Fourth and Clark streets. Clifford McGuire, Presiding Elder. Sunday School 9:40. Morning worship 11:00. Zioneers 5:00. Evening service, 7:30. SALVATION ARMY 838 Alta street. Brigadier and Mrs. William R. Mollel, Commanding Officers. Sunday school 9:45. Holiness meeting 11:00. Young people's meeting 6:00. Salvation meeting, 7:00. Wed. Bible study and prayer meeting. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE East Citrus acd North Grove street Rev. Andrew Young, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Morning workship 10:45 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject: "A Glimpse at the Invisible," Young people's society 6:00. Evening service 7:00, sermon by the pastor, subject: "The Drama of a Struggling Soul." Congregoffonof leader to speak in Sow/ Sunday Dr. Howard Stone Anderson, I and starred in tennis. Chicago • Theological Seminary gave him the Bachelor of Divinity degree in 1928. During his senior year he — .... . was student pastor of the Peoria and the Southwest Conference of | Heights. HI., Congregational Church. In 1942 Doane College awarded him the honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity. In 1958 he was an exchange preacher to Holland and the British Isles, under the auspices of the National Council of Churches in the U.S.A., and the British Council of Churches. A world Tour m 1961 included preaching appointments in Istanbul, Hong Kong and Honolulu. He has been a guest speaker at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the University of Chicago. Middlebury College, Connecticut College for Women, Howard University, Talladega College, Maryland University, American University, George Washington University, Skidmore College, Hood College and Hampton Institute. The First Congregational Church of Redlands and the Sanctuary Choir & Crusader Bell Choir (under the direction of Wilbur Schowalter) will be in charge of the worship service. the United Church of Christ will be the speaker at the Redlands Bowl Service, Sunday evening, 7:30 p.m., sponsored by the Riverside - San Bernardino Counties Council of Churches. < 1 Dr. Anderson has served on many boards and committees within the denomination including eight years as a Director of the Board of Home Missions, and two years as its President. He is presently a Trustee of Howard University, Washington D.C., and Chairman of the Executive Committee of its Board of Trustee. Dr. Anderson is a member of the Executive Committee of the Broadcasting and Television Division of the National Council of Churches. Dr. Anderson is a graduate of the University of Omaha, where he completed the 4 year course in 3 years, during which he was Student Manager of Athletics, won 3 letters in varsity basketball, BETHANY REFORMED Rev. Donald L. Weemhoff, pastor. 705 Cajon street. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m., sermon by the guest minister. Evening service 7:30, sermon by the guest minister. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Northwest corner Fourth and West Vine streets. Sunday school 11:00 a.m. Morning service 11:00 a.m., subject: "Life." Christian Science reading room located at 131 Cajon street. Masonic building open to the public Monday through Friday 10 a.m.- p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m.- p.m. YUCAIPA, CALIMESA CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF CHRIST (YUCAIPA) 33981 Yucaipa boulevard. E. Paul Mathews. Sunday school 9:45. Morning worship 11:00. yUCAlPA FREE METHODIST Thirteenth street and Avenue E. Rev. Verne L. Damon, pastor. YUCAIPA FIRST CHURCH OF GOD 12452 Bryant street. Rev. Zendel Crook, pastor. Sunday school 9:30. Moming worship 10:30, sermon by the pastor. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS— REDLANDS WARD 54C South Center St. Bishop Richard D. Anderson. Sunday school, 10:30 a.m. Sacrament meeting, 6:00 p.m. Priesthood meeting, 8:45 a.m. COMMUNITY CHURCH OF DUNLAP ACRES 12717 Fourteenth street. David C. Ivins, pastor. FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH OF YUCAIPA 32360 Avenue "E." Rev. D. A. Likins Sunday school, 9:45. Free Methodist Bible Quiz team wins event The high school Bible Quiz Team from Brookside Free Jleth- odist Church recently won the Ar- izona-Southem California Conference championship which entitles them to represent the conference in the International Finals at church headquarters in Winona Lake, Indiana, August 18 to 25. Members of the team are Alan Noble, Ronald Krantz, Shirley Wirz, Sue King. Mary Lou King and Joan Johnson. This makes the fifth time out of seven years that the Redlands team has been rewarded for their {many hours of concentrated Bible study with this honor. Coarch Robert Snyder, teacher at Redlands Junior High, has worked with them in studying the Gospel of Matthew — this year's study bood. The team has participated in a number of quizzes and touma ments with other teams during the year, in addition to the official championship tournament. The public is invited to attend the FamilyGospel Hour at 7 p.m. Sunday evening, July 28, and see the team in action in a practice quiz before their trip to Indiana. GOSPEL SINGERS HERE - Dean and Mary Brown, soloist and accompanist-musical director, will bring The Caravan Singers fo present a sacred music concert Sunday evening at 7 at Temple Baptist church. The group of singers represent 15 different towns surrounding Los Angeles and each is an active member of his or her own church. Severol denominations are represented. In addition to the Caravan Singers, the Six Teens, a group of high school girls traind by Mrs. Brown, will be heard. TELEVISION IN REVIEW By KICK DU BKOW YUCAIPA VALLEY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Rev. R. T. Kaldenberg, pastor. Avenue H at Second street FAITH LUTHERAN OF YUCAIPA VALLEY 12449 California street, Yucaipa. Rev. Ray E. Johnson, pastor. Church at study, 9:15. Church at Worship, 10:30. CALIMESA COMMUNITY CONGREGATIONAL Avenue J and Calimesa boulevard. Sunday school 9:45. Young people's society, 6:30. United Press International HOLLYAVOOD (UPD-Notes to watch television by: Situations Wanted: CBS - TV would like Robert Goulet to star in a video version of the Broadway musical "Brigadoon" . . . Four Star Productions would like Milton Berle to do a situation comedy series in the 1964-65 season... CBS-TV would love Yul Brynner to headline a 1964-65 series based on the movies "The •Magnificent Seven," in which he pany . . . Though Julie Andrews bowed out, there are still plans for CBS-TV to do a second version of the 1957 Rodgers and Hammerstein program, "Cinderella" — maybe with Anna Maria .Alberghetti . . , .ABC-TV's "Focus on .America" deals with leprosy .•\ug. 13 . . . .Allan Sherman, Al Hirt, Pete Fountain. Charlie Byrd and the Santa Monica City College marching band perform on NBC- TV's way-out sunruner musical series, "The Lively Ones," Aug. 1 starred; the television version i ... Ex-heavyweight bo.xing champ would probably be 90 minutes a week ... .NBC-TV was fond of the thought of having Rock Hudson do a live one-hour special; he said sure—for $100,000; no deal. Previews of Coming Attractions: A sponsor bought a one-hour special, "The Story of Christmas," from Tennessee Ernie Ford's com- Monk burning himself focuses attention on religious struggle FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Corntr Olln Ave mtti Cajon St. SUNDAY SERVICE - 9 A. M. SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9 A. M. Sermon: "Threat of the Ordinary" Anthem: "God So Loved the World" (Quartette) Virginia Tucker Ruth Suttner D. J. Stewart Wilbur Schowalter NURSERY MAINTAINED DURING SERVICE HARRT *o78irrTNER WU-BOR SCHOWAITER DELBEBT McLADGHUN MInbltr •( Mnilo KATHRTN K. JAMES, Orculit "A FRIENDLY CHURCH" FIRST EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN (U.L.CJV.) Comer East Olive avenue and Myrtle street. Rev. John D. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 8:00 a.m. and 10:45 a.m., sermon by Dr. W. E. Wallner of Los Angeles. CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH 301 Cajon street Rev. W. Paul Kirk, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject: "Gather Together." Evening service 6:00. sermon by the pastor, subject: "Baptism and its Importance." Baptismal service 7:30. UNIVERSITY METHODIST 910 East Colton avenue. Rev. Philip E. Collin, pastor. Sunday school 9:15 a.m. Moming worship 10:30 a.m., sermon by Tom Rothhaar, student assistant, subject: "Using our Tal. ents." Jr. and Sr. High MYF Groups 6:30. FIRST CHRISTIAN REFORMED 1135 Church street Rev. Henry Radius, pastor. Jloming worship 9:45 a.m., sermon by Rev. Lawrence Veltkamp of Grand Rapids, Michigan, subject: "What do You See?" Evening service 7:30, sermon by the guest preacher. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Cajon at Vine street Ministers: Mark Lewis Andrews and Roy H. Wollam. Sunday school 9:15 a.m. Adult class 10:45 a.m. Morning worship 9:30 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject: "Dirty Work at the Crossroads — And God." College age group meets 7:00. By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International By burning himself to death, a Buddhist monk in Viet Nam has drawn worldwide attention to a revival of fervor in one of the ancient religions of .Asia. Buddhism, which comes in al most as many varieties as Christianity, now has about 150 million followers in Japan, Korea, China, Mongolia, Tibet, Ceylon, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Viet Nam. One of its varieties, called Zen, has attracted a small but articulate following among western intellectuals. Twenty years ago, students of world religions were calling Buddhism a moribund faith. But as a traditional religion of the East, it has received a powerful stimulus from the wave of nationalist feeling that has swept over Asian countries since World War H. Its come-back as a popular religion is dramatized by the current controversy in Viet Nam, where Buddhists are bitterly protesting against alleged persecution by the government of President Ngo Dinh Diem, a Roman Catholic. . Buddhism is sometimes called "Hindu Protestantism." It origi nated in India 2,500 years ago as a protest or reform movement uithin Hinduism. Founded By Prince Its founder was an enormously wealthy Indian prince, Sid- dhartha Guatama, who was bom about 560 B.C. in a northern province about 100 miles from Bernares. Legend says that Gautama had three palaces and 40,000 dancing girls to keep him amused. But he learned early m life that lu.-sury did not lead to happiness. When he was about 29 years old, he abandoned his sumptuous life as a prince and went into the forest dressed in rags, to seek enlightenment in the solitary life of a Hindu ascetic. No one ever practiced mortification of the Qesh witfa greater dedication than Guatama. He fasted (eating one bean a day) imtil his spine could be seen through his shrunken stomach. But he found no answer to his questions about life, and concluded that extreme asceticism was no better than lu.\ury as a path way to happiness. After si.x years of futile searching, Guatama seated himself one evening beneath the shade of fig tree near the village of Gaya in northeast India. He vowed that he would sit right there until he saw the Ught. According to Buddhist scriptures, he remained for 49 days. He emerged from this experience as the Buddha, or "the en lightened one." For the next 45 years, he walked from one Indian village to another, sharing his new insights with all who would listen, and founding an order of monks to practice his preccepts and pass on his message. Comprise A Philosophy Buddha's original teachings constitute a philosophy of life rather than a religion. He taught that human life is characterized by suffering, and the basic cause of suffering is "tanha," a word which, if often translated as "de sire" but which actually cotmotes selfish craving, the tendency in every person to seek his own private happiness. To break free from slavery to "tanha," Buddha said men must follow "the eightfold path" of right knowledge, right aspiration, right speech, right behavior, right occupation, right effort, right thinking and right absorption. Under each of these eight headings, he laid down rules for rigorous self-discipline. Buddhists were forbidden to lie, steal or kill any living creature, including animals and insects. They were allowed to eat only what they could beg, and then just enough to keep the body alive and functioning. Alcoholic beverages and se.x relations were strictly forbidden. Buddha said this monastic way of life, if eamestly practiced, would eventually lead to "nirvana." Exactly what he meant by this much-abused term is hard to determine from his authenticated sayings. At times, he seems to think of nirvana as a state of nothingness, a final blotting out of human individuality fand hence of the selfish cravings which cause suffering.) At other points, he speaks of nirvana m terms comparable to those which a Christian mystic might use to describe ecstatic u-iion with God. Preserved By Monks Today the austere philosophy of Buddha is preserved primarily by the so-called "Theravada" monks of Burma, Ceylon, Thai land and Cambodia. The popular Buddhism of other countries worships Gautama as a divine savior, and admits a whole pantheon of other gods. Like Christianity, popular or 'Mahayana" Buddhism places great emphasis on compassion and human brotherhood. Room has been made for prayer and ritual, and salvation is something man receives by divine grace, rather than something he must eam by rigorous self-denial. Laymen as well as monks can hope to reach nirvana, which in Mahayana Buddhism sounds rather like a primitive Christian version of heaven. Zen is a special case. It developed in China in the 6th Century A.D., and by the 12th Century bad reached Japan, where it took root and still flowers. The heart of Zen is the conviction that real truth can nevo: be expressed or understood in verbal formulae, but can only be directly experienced through a flash of intuition or enUghtenment called "satori." To drive home the futility of reason as a road to truth, Zen masters require their disciples to spend endless hours working on "koans" or nonsense problems to which there is no rational sola­ tia!. GREEN VALLEY BIBLE CHURCH 12152 Bryant street, Yucaipa. Rev. Paul Buser YUCAIPA SEVENTH-OAY ADVENTIST Perry Green, pastor. Sabbath school 9:30. YUCAIPA FIRST BAPTIST 34784 Yucaipa boulevard. Rev. William Sloan, pastor. YUCAIPA VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN 34558 Avenue E, near Fourth street Rev. Robert B. Bannister, pastor. Church school, 9:25. Divine worship, 10:45. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, YUCAIPA 12505 Fourth street Sunday service 11 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Children cared for during Sunday church service. Wednesday evening testimonial meeting, 8 p.m. Reading room, 12114 California street Open daily e.xcept Sundays and holidays 10 a.m. to 4. Reading room is also open Friday evening from 7-9 p.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. William H. Rossi, pastor, 12194 California street Sunday school 9:45. Moming worship 11:00. C. A. Service, 6:00. Evangelistic service 7:30. FIRST BAPTIST OF CALIMESA Member American Baptist Convention. Moming worship. 11:00, sermon by the pastor. 940 South Second street Rev. Harold H. Fischer, pastor. GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN (Mo. Synod) 34215 Avenue E. Yucaipa, between Fifth and Sixth streets. Rev. Donald F. Kolb, pastor. Sunday school and Bible class, 9:15. Moming worship 10:30. YUCAIPA METHODIST Adams and Beech. Rev. Clell C. Gray, pastor. Sunday school 9:30. Moming worship 9:30 and 11:00, sermon by the pastor. CALIMESA CALVARY BAPTIST Third street and Avenue L. Bible school 9:45. Moming worship, 11. Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m. Evening worship, 7:30. Jersey Joe Walcott will give a before-and-after report on the Floyd Patterson-Sonny Liston fight on NBC-TV's "Today" show Monday and Tuesday: the bout is Monday night. Geniuses at Work: Satirist Stan Freberg is hoping lor a 1964-65 series and it wouldn't be all comedy... Malcohn Arnold, who won an Oscar for his musical score for the movie "The Bridge on the River Kwai," will compose and conduct original background tracks for each episode of NBC- TV's new fall weekly program, "Espionage" .. . The show business paper Variety says French President De Gaulle appeared on 376 television programs in the last calendar year—includmg reruns ... Newton Minow, who pushed increased children's programming on television as head of the Federal Communications Commission has joined the Encyclopedia Britannica as an executive—and the Britannica has now decided to sponsor NBC-TV's children's show "Exploring." Now You Knew By United Press International Public revenues from the alcoholic beverage industry in the 29 years since the repeal of Prohibition have amounted to almost $76 billlm, according to the Licensed Beverage Industries. Inc. Who Has a SiriMar JULY 21 Dean Allman Mike Egelhoff Gary Marion Gordon Donald, Jr. Steve Gooeh Lloyd Nowlin Ronald Robb Larry Helm David Livengeod Bill Rose Kenny Jacobs Bill Kuhn Jeffrey Keller Jack Richards Don Higdon JULY 22 — James C- Lord Harold Edwards M. J. Marilocke David Johnson Jimmie Scbnepper Robert L. Campbell Yerxa T. Watson Guy E. Hawkins, Sr. Merlyn Pinney Roiiert McKenzie Franklin Nifterhouse Edmend F. Warren Dick Smith Redgie Snodgrass Robert Grainger Frank Fattarini Robert B. Risely Ronnie Hammentree Ronald Capen Louis Perkins Capt. Robert Maykoski Joe Pennington Happy Birthday from n E. Staf* Ph. >Y 3-2S0S

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