Independent from Long Beach, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 12
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 12

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Friday, February 21, 1964
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. B, OH ·OX yei, they're »H lumped. The juicps wocldn't ttkk so I put one inside each envelope." FOR KFAELEHS 5-irIiriiife Religion by Truckloud LOUISVILLE tfl -- Th« tun was warn, the drinks coot College students from throughout the nation crowd td the beach. Then a truck appeared, beiring t group of men. They began a show of music and talk. The punch line was Christian guidance. The speakers wore no clerical collars; the leader was an athlete as were some of his companions. THEIR SAFARI on the sands was the "Djytoru. Beach Mission." \ Students on annual Easter vacation flings on Florida beaches have, on past occasions, kicked up their heels a IittJe too high. It happened it Daytona and civic leaders Invited the fellowship of Christian athletes to direct missions during the vacation periods. Because of the mission's success, leader Ed Beck said in Louisville during a visit the plan is to double the cumber of participants. Beck, who captained Kentucky's national champion basketball team in 1937-58. row is a Methodist minister. He is director of the National Department of Evangelists for the church, at Nashville, Tcnn. ( AMONG THOSE taking part in the successful. Day- tons Beach mission were Bill Wade, quarterback for the Chicago Bears football team; Don Ehinnick, Presbyterian minister and linebacker for the Baltimore Colts; Bill Krisher, captain of the Dallas Texans; Bob Pettit of the St. Louis Hawks basketball team, and Tony Fontane. recording artist. ·We've got about five minutes to convince them," Beck said. "You don't have" a captive audience. They'll t u r n and walk away if they don't like you." Later, if a student wishes to consult one of the mission Croup, he can go to a meeting room Etaffed 21 hours a day. THE OBJECTIVE is "to nuke an impact, to let the student know the church cares, to plant the incentive," Beck said. The mission members simply let the students know what Holy Week--the time c»f the Daytona visit--means lo them. No sermons were l-rcached. Although the students may have Rone there looking for *boo7e, women, a good time. or sun," Beck said, "I think they're interested in what l i f e i\ about. And we're sharing vh*t we believe is the ulti mate meaning cf life with them.TM FOR BIG OR SMALL INVESTORS A rtfioble guide (9 MCoritiet fccts onrl figorts. Gef Vour Copy of ihe 1964 Red Book of ti« eoiiier'j comitcr ·· rK« Tint floor of tfcc IiJrpodeif. Prtis-Ttlc- qrom liFWIig. i04 Pii* Art. ; Price: $1.00 AT BUILD 'N SAVE! More trucuoarj lumber purchases direct from the mill . . . More money saving coupons . . More big values in every department... More for your money at Build 'N Save, the w o r l d ' s most exciting home Improvement center! Build 'n Save . . . Headquarters for rock bottom lumber prices! TWxt' . . . Smooth 4 sides Plywood Your cnoic» ef mahogany or Douglas Fir.... This It jV.cp grade. Not Intended a; finished paneling but f re for lining ids carag» end piiny general construction project!. Stoclt up now al big savings! IV'xttS* Skeef 't 99 CLIP THESE COUPONS Ponderosa Pine · IM2" Shelving, llx ft, *3 cr better IOC · r.Vxi' cr 8' Pine. [. ft, *3 cr better tf. · I"i3 * V-grocved Paneling, fix ft, *2 cr better. 12( Kiln-Dry Douglas Fir 10t _15f · 2"x4" ra-dom lergV.f, En. ft _.. ·2"x6" random 1-ngrh. fix ft Hill Valley Fencing _1,69 It cn:y bcls expensive! 6-fr. high . . . llx ft Redwood Lath 50 Pieces per oancle. · 6' long', bundle Kiln Dry Fir Gear, smooth 4 side:... Random ler.grhi. · r«S". Ex ft · I "xi". tin. ft Hardwood Lumber Pardom 'er.g-h ard width, · Walnut, sq. ft ?S« · EIrch. sq. ft «5C · Air,, si-' ft - 55( · Mahogsn/. s r tffrr^ · cowp'r^r TP« i, E REDWOOD PLAYHOUSE Fw ps= T , cacar* or t-.i cbor. *' I 4' 11" - '65.00 UGHT FIXTURES MEDICINE CABINET .'_T.t3 tasi iU2 19.88 MOSAIC TILE U"«iz~_ 39 e (Tfi r,i ffl $e wstsp^ij %S^si Keawooa urapestakes CUSTOM DRAPERY Hard Split, lit Quality. · I'x2 'x6'. each Garden Stakes Redwood ... Clejr. jtrslgr.t... I P i2"x3'. ·!'. 5'. fx ft. Rough Redwood · 4 '.3"i3'. *j'.h · 2"»3"3'. each · I"«I2"«6' and 8'. Ex ft · r«6'\'. 1.x ft. 25 c /» to 50% on lumber yard rejects

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