Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 4, 1960 · Page 8
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PROJECTS AROUND THE WORLD These four campus religious leaders are headed for widely separated parts of the world for summer volunteer work projects. They «·· (from left) Ruth Win- Leaders To Do Volunteer Work inger, going to Hong Kong; Elizabeth Spitler, to Para- .guay; Bruce Billings, to Mexico; and Tom Wong, to ., Nigeria. They will return to Tucson this fall. Three University nf Arizona ·indents and one student director, til active in the United University Christian Council us well as programs of their own religious centers, are leaving the country this month for voluntary summer eervice group projects. They »r« Tom Wong, who Is headed for Nigeria, West Africa; j Elizabeth Spitler, who is going to Paraguay; Bruce Billings, Vho j will be in Mexico; and Ruth Wininger, destined for Hong Kong. : They will participate in widely different projects from spraying'. crops and demonstrating modern agricultural method* to building a jetty *nd working M lab technician. Aside from doing the work they ·re told to do, they will have bigger objectives in international goodwill. As Billings said it, "The interpersonal relationships which will develop between the local people and those of us on the work team will be sought." Torn Wong added: "Our aim i* to be able to work with the people of these countries and to let these people know of the American way of life." Miss Winingcr defined the Objective: "frontier friendship* ift daily living." · Elizabeth Spitler, now a graduate student in chemistry at the University, is going to the Primavera Hospital hi Paraguay to work as lab technician. The Primavera Hospital is run by the Society ef Brothers and this project 3s endorsed under the World Council of Churches. Betsy is a member of Trinity Presbyterian Church. nth Wininger, Middlebury College (Vermont) 1959, has spent the past year as full-time director ef student activities at the Episcopal Student Cetf.er. She will be leaving °on June 10 for Hong Kong. There for several weeks Sermons Tomorrow Evening For High School Seniors G1ANTWAY ASSEMBLY OF GOD 4H8 E. North St. I. eff £. Grant RL at Wataei REV. ARNOLD C. MACK Pastor Sunday School *:45 a.m. Morning Servke IMS a.m. Evening Service 7:45 p.m. Wed, 7:4$ p.m. Prayer Meeting Fri. 7:H j».m. Yenth Service A Warm Welcome Awaits You she will be working under ftp' I Anglican Bishop of Hong Kong I · and then will b» participating in i an Ecumenical "Voluntary Project (one of thr*» Americans) building a jetty. Her project Is sponsored! by th« National Student Christian Movement In December, 1*59, Ruth attended the Quadrennial S Ecumenical Student Conference in j Athens, Ohio, with 3,000 other students, over half of whom were from overseas. Bruce Billing*, who has Just completed hit junior year at the University of Arizona, will be a i member of a work team com-; posed of 5 young women a»d 7 · young men under a project sponsored by the Board of Education of the Methodist Church. "Much of our work," he says,^ "will result from specific requests from the villagers living near i Mexico City." Recently, Billings was chairman of a one-week work camp i n ' Sonora, Mexico, which built a ; church there. Bruce is from ; Prescott. Tom Wong's destination is Nigeria, West Africa. The project, : "Operation Crossroads" under the j leadership of the Rev. Dr. James Robinson of New York, is spon- j ! sored by the United Presbyterian I Church, U.S.A. and the Morning-' j side Community Center in New ;York City. ! Following orientation for the · ; some 150 student* involved, in i ; New York at Union Theological. Seminary and in Paris, Tom's · i team will land in Ghana and; travel through Togo and Dahomey \ ; to the northern part of Nigeria for' ; their special project. j The project is interdenomina- i tional, interfaith. interracial, in-: dicating, says Tom, the "melting I pot theory in th« American way of life." : Tom, a senior at the University i 1 of Arizona, has been student as; sistant of Wesley Foundation for; ', the past two years. Before leav- · | ing, he will preach in Kearny and i i Hayden tomorrow and at 6:15 p.m. on June 12 will speak at First Methodist Church here. : The United University Christian : ; Council of which all these stu-: · dents are members was organized; i in 1954. Since 1956 the student i pastor advisor has been the Rev.: Robert A. Geller. Presbyterian Student Pastor. Later this month, i the Rftv. Mr. Gellftr and Mrs., Geller and their four children are { i leaving for Freetown, Sierra Le-1 ' one. West Africa, where they will \ ;be"on loan to the Student Chris-! : tian Movement of West Africa.! ; They will return to Tucson in Sepi tember of 1961. . .Seven high schools of tie Tuc- .«on area will hold »eparate baccalaureate services at S p.m. tomorrow at me schools. The speakers will include: Stmnysid* High--The Rw. Joseph Warden, pastor of Hie Verde Heights Baptist Church. Pueblo High--The R«v. Father John Oliver, director of Catholic charities in Tucson diocese. Flowing Wells--Th* Rev. Dale Hewitt, associate pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church. Amphitheater--The Rev. Victor Hand, pastor of St. John's Methodist Church. Tucson High--The Rev. J. Erben Moore, pastor at Central Church of the Nsj-arene. Rincon High--The Rev. Paul David Sholin, pastor of Mountain View-Presbyterian Church, CataMn* High--The Rev. David Lehmberg, pastor of Christ Church Methodist M of the meeting* ere open to the public. --Citiltn Phot* REV. WARDEN THE CHURCH of CHR/ST With the Scriptural pattern of Teaching 21st and Country Club 11:91 Sun A.M.. 7 Sun. Eve. 7:M Wed. Eve. RINCON CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH * 122 N. Craycroft "Setting Laws To Music" SUNDAY SERMON By Dr. T. F. Rutledge Beale 9:30 end 11:00 «.m. Church School Some Hour* WELCOME YOU BETHEL, S. Plainer ft E. 15th CRAYCROFT, E. 22nd ft Van BnreH EASTS1DE, 5092 E. 4th St. FIRST, N. Sth ft E. Sth EMERY PARK, M66 Nogales Highway MEXICAN EVANGELICAL, Orphanage Rd. ft W. 4Mh MISSION PARK, 2111 Aje Road NATIONAL CITY, Corner S. 12th Ave. ft W. Nevada PALO VERDE, N. Palo Verde Blvd. ft E. Seneca DEL NORTE BAPTIST, 135« West Prince Rd. TANQUE VERDE, Tanque Verde Loop Road FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, 3*1 E. list St BEL-AIRE. 33rd St. at Dodge SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS, JM7 S. Campbell I State Council Of Churches To Install First Director THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Cnwrches emel Missions BevfeverJ Baptist Chnrdi Ml So. Tucson Blvd. Calvary Baptist Cherdi 758 So. Colurabus Blvd. *^WWBWM MTCtt BeVpuffC Onrck CoJnnibia Street at South 7ft WELCOME YOU in Cetoline Atteciotien North Tucson Baptist Church 3100 N. First Baptist Orarefc 2403 S. Martin Rkhland Heights Baptist Omrdi 2411 E. Ft Lowell Road 1S25 N. Alvernon Way BI vtrael Bcptift Cncpc) *i# E. Sfh St. (Daffy School) 9HMKTW NftpftjM dwell «1445 E. Bap6»t 58* S. Jearrerte Tirw«ty-S*w.nd Street | Hear Pastnr WeM)e Snnday le:45 a.m. and 7:45 p.m. The friendly Family Church Dediratfd to //f# Tvll I GOSPEL ANR SONG RADIO flDairy I P.M.-Sat. * w» » A.M. Smday ft:tt m » A.M. JWIKTAN CENTRAL MA 2-0681 Sunday School .... 1:45 a.m. Includes Accredited BiMe Training Classes. Free: Enrollment NOW epeit fw Summer Sessinn Thursday 7:45 p.m. Prayer and BiWe Study Sun. fc» p.m. -- Fri. 7:11 Youth, Devnrinn and Recreatifw Pastw, Spencer A. Weddfe W. G. McCnwe Roger Xfing, Mask ASSEMBLY The Rev. Louis S. Eaton, formerly * resident of Tucson, will be installed as executive director of the A r i z o n a C o u n c i l of Churches, at * quarterly meeting here Tuesday. The Rev. Dr. Hayden S. Sears, president of the Arizona Council, will preside over the sessions at the Calalina Methodist Church. After committee m e e t i n g s earlier, there will be a general meeting at 4 p.m.. an installation dinner at 6:30, and an installation service in the sanctuary »t 7:30 p.m. Also meeting Tuesday will be the Tucson Council of Churches, The Rev. Mr. Eaton recently has · been an assistant pastor at the j | Mesa Methodist Church. He for- j i merly was youth director at Cata-1 ilina Methodist Church and later] --Citiltn Phttt LOUIS S. EATON CHURCH OF REUG10VS SCIENCE Sunday, 11 A.M. "The Golden Rule'i Freedom" Help for Today's Problem* 737 North Sixth Avenue Tucson Baptist Temple Louis W. Johnson Meeting in Pueblo Garden School 2210 Eait J3rd Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Service ....11:00a.m. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. BAPTIST CATAL1NA (A.B.Q.-- 1904 N. Country Club. Rev. Rodger D. Harrison. EA 7-2044. Church School, 9:30. Worship, 8:30a.m. 11 a.m. Sermon. Youth Sunday- Worship Services. "Living For Christ." Nursery all sessions. Baptist Youth Fellowship, 6:30. U N I V E R S I T Y BAPTIST CHURCH (American Baptist) --East 3rd St. at Euclid Ave, Ph. MA 3-0011. Rev. William W. Tapscott, Pastor. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Youth Groups, 6:30 p.m. Worship services, 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. BRETHREN- FIRST C H U R C H --201 N. Columbus. Rev. Vernon D. Grisso. Ph. EA 5-6307, Sunday school--3:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. Mid-week, Wed. 7:30 p.m. Youth--Sun. Wed. p.m. TUCSON CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN, 2200 N. Dodge Blvd. C. V. Coppock, Minister. Phone EA 7-5106. Sunday Sch.. 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 10:40 a.m. Mid-Week service Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. CHRISTIAN (Disciples) FIRST -- 740 E. Speedway at Euclid. Rev. J. Robert Moffett, minister. Ph. MA 4-8695. .Worship service, ft ft 11. Church School 10 a.m. Youth Group 6:30 p.m. BROADWAY Chrirtlan Church 4741 £. Broadway--EA 6-4486 Church School 9:45 a.m. Worship service 8:30 and 10:45 a.m. Youth Groups 6:30 p.m. Homer B. Hill, Minister. -- CHRISTIAN-SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST - E. Sth St at Country Club Rd. Ph. EA 5-1181 S.S. *:30 and 11. Morning service, 9:30 and 11 a.m. Wednesday Ev*. at 8:90 p.m. CHURCH «F GOB THE F I R S T CHURCH OP GOD, (Anderson, Ind.), 3341 N. Fontaiw. Smdey Sehert, 9:39 a.m. Moining WdWrop, 10:45 a.m. EwmyeHstic Services, 7:30 p.m. Hfwr et Power, Wednesday, 7:3» p.m KAIR 14») Strmftry S:.» Redeemer School Closing Redeemer Lutheran day school | will hold a graduation for 24 pupils ; at 4 p.m. tomorrow at the church i at 200 E. Yavapai Rd. J Speaker will be the Rev. Carl T. Metz, who was ordained to the ministry after a long career at Lutheran as school teacher and principal. ' Awards,, including the American Legion Citizenship Award, will be made at the exercise. studied for the ministry. A dozen years ago he was a radio announcer here. He is the first executive director of the Arizona Council of Churches. Of his new task, he said recently: "It will be an important part of my work to establish Councils of Churches in such cities as Yuma, Flagstaff, Douglas, Globe, Williams, and other communities where there are several denominations serving the community." SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, I960 PAGE 8 Sonthside Assembly of (Rod 451 W. Irvington Rd. Sun. ft: 45 · 11 a.m. · 7:M p.m. Tues. ft Thurs. 7:3* p.m. Carl E. Reynolds, Pastor , MA 2-0575 CHURCH OF CHRIST TV. Country Club £A 7-1J37 Sunday Services:Bible Study £45 a.m.- p.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesday Services 7:30 p.ni: Troy M; Cummings, Evangelist Tucson's Episcopal Churches St. Philip's in the Hills N. Campbell at River Rd. Sunday 8-9:30 Nursery 9:30 A.M. Sts. Dayi 10 A.M. St. Andrew's, Downtown 545 South 5th Ave. Sunday 8, 10 A.M. Church School 10 A.M. Grate Church N. Norton and E. Adams St. Sunday 8, 9:15 and 11 A.M. Nursery at 8 and 11 A.M. It. Michael I All Angelf Wiimot Rd. at 5th St. fcm. 7:30, 9:30, 11:15 7 P.M. Daily Eucharist 7 A.M. St. Paul's 1501 E! Speedway Services 8 and 10 A.M. Church School 10 A.M. SALVATION-HEALING REVIVAL Continues -- Nightly 7:30 DON'T MISS HEARING Arvel Kilgore Preach God's Menage ·f Deliverance from-*SIN *FEAR*SICKNBS BY FAITH IN THE NAME OF JESUS Praytr for th* Sick EV.H- Arv.1 KUgor. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1749 E. Bro«dw«y -- Welcome To An RADIO KA1R, 1490 ' TV K-SUN CH. · SUN., · TO · A.M. SUN., 3:30 TO 4:00 P.M. = NORTH SIDE CHRISTIAN CHURCH ( _ 125 E. Prince Road Bible School 9:45 A.M.. - Worship 11 A.M. Donald G. Gregory, Minister Valley Christian Church (A New Testament Church) 59C8 £. Fairniounl Geo. Clark, Minister AX 8-MM Morning Worship ... »:Ma.m. Bible School 11:* a.m. Christian Youth Hour t:30 pan. Evening Services ... 7:Mp.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST 145 N. Country Club Sunday l:45-l«:4S-7:» PJ». Wednesday--7:» P.M. Phone EA I-MS4-EA HITS FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST 445 I. SPHDWAY GLIN I. CROTTS, P«»t*r ^SUNDAY. SCHEDULE 9:45 A. M. fc 6:00 P. M. Sunday School | Baptist Train. Unioa 11:00 A.M. | 7:00 P.M; Morning Wornhip '-.'^ Evening Wor*hip "4 Stranger's Horn* . . . Away From Home" FIRST BAPTIST North Sixth Avenue «nd fail Fifth Street Paetori R. $. Beat R. L. Blatchley D. P. Bee] »:4I A.M. IIBLI SCHOOL -- Cl«**«i fer .11 M ei. 11:00 A.M. "A Swarm ef lible I.e." 7.-00 P.M. "A Lien t* Defeat *nd a Lamk t« DtJivw" Or. R. S. Beel wil ·*.* «t both terrfe*. J U B I L E E H O U R INFOtMAL 7:00 p.m. DELIOHTPUl Directed by Richard Match ley 1APTIIM JUBILIE CHOIR NUMBER SPECIAL FIATURK- ·us Dallai, Bemtene CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY ALLIANCE N. First Ave. and £. Adams St. Rev. W. J. Foley, Ph. MA 4-1440, Pastor. Sunday Worship, 10:45 a.m. Evangelistic, 7:30,j.m. Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. CHURCH DIRECTORY Speruered by the Tuc*n Ceuncil ef Churches -- Congregational--i F I R S T CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH-North Second Ave. at Third St. Rev. C Richard DuFresne, minister. Worship service 9:30. Church School 9:30 a.m. CASAS ADOBES COMMUNITY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH --Meeting at 6801 N. Oracle Rd. George C. Vance, Minister. Coffee Fellowship 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship and Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m. I--Lutheran(Coii.)-- FOUNTAIN OF LIFE Me. Synod. Kellond School, MM E. Lehigh Dr. Sunday School 9:30. Worship Service 10:45. The Rev. Jt p. Meibohm, AX 8-3ML LUTHERAN C H U R C H OF THE KING, (Augustana), 2450 S. Kolb Rd. Church office AX 8-4445. Worship Service 8:00 and 10:30 a.m. Church School 9:15 a.m. Ear] S. Johnson, Pastor. AX 8-5766. REDEEMER EV. LUTHERAN (Synod Conf.) 200 E. Yavapai (3500 N. Stone), Pastor Werner E. Wagner. Services 8:30 and 11 a.m. S.S. Bible Classes 9:45 a.m. School MA 2-1793; Church MA 3-1968. LUTHERAN AMERICAN (A.L.C.), 115 N. Tucson Blvd., E. A. Hoefer, Pastor. Ph. MA 3-4590 or EA S-1174. Family Worship. 9:00 a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; late Worship, 11 a.m. ·ETHANY (A.L.C.), E. Bilby RL at So. Park Ave. Z. George. Pastor. Ph. MA 4-7909. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service i:15 and 11:00 a.m. Elementary School Monday through Friday. CALVARY L U T H E R A N CHURCH E. L. C., 5601 East Broadway. T. R. Skarsten, Pastor. AX 8-8361. Sunday: 8:30 11:00 Worship Services with Nursery. 9:40 a.m. Sunday School. 7 p.m. Lutheran League. Thur. 7 p.m. Jr. Choir. I p.m. Sr. Choir. GRACE (Syn. Cewf.), 8» N. 1st Ave. E. A. Site, Pastor; Richard P,austian, Vicar. Sunday School; »:30. Wrship, 11:45 a.m. and 8 p.m. Phone MA 3-4633. Visitors welcome. FAITH (Me. Syiw4), 3925 E. 5th St. Pastor, Carl H. Barman. Ph. EA $-2362 or EA 5-cuSS. Sunday School 5:45 Service 1:30 and 11:80 a.m. Christian Day School, Kind«r- jjarte* through Sth grade. PUEBLO CHAPEL - FIRST, 23« E. Menor Strav. Ph. MA 34117. S.S. t:45 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Vesper Service, 5:31 p.m. Yotrth FeBowabip Jeftow- in*. Prayer Serv. W«S. 7:38 OUR SAVIOUR'S (ULCA). N. Campbell and Helen St. Rev. William S. Dion, Pastor. Dr. C. Franklin Koch, Associate Pastor. Ph EA 7-6209. Summer Worship (June through September) 8:30 and. 10:00. Sunday School 10:00 (Senior Class only at 8:30). Nursery Attendants at both Services. STREAMS IN THE DESERT Evangelical Lutheran Church, ULCA, 5300 Blk. on Pima at Woodland. Garrett F. Genszler, D.D., Pastor. Ph. EA 5-1075, Worship 10:30 n.m. Church School 9:15 a.m. NAZARENE FIRST CHURCH, E. 10th St at Highland. Rev. J. H, White, Pastor. Ph. MA 2-4135. Sunday School, ft: 30. Worship, 10:45. Youth. «:30 p.m. Evin- felistic, 7:30 p.m. Wed, fnj- er Service 7:30 p.m. C E N T R A L CHURCH, 404 S. Columbus Blvd., in our new facilities. Sunday School, 9:30. Worship. 10:45. Youth, 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic, 7:30 p.m. Wed. Prayer Service, 7:30 p.m. J. Erben Moore Jr., Pastor. Cembine*! Ch*lr TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 7« N. 44k Aye. Ministers Dr. Glenn C. McGee Dale E. Htwltt William F. Dean Roy M. Smith Worship 8:30 and 11 a.m. "SeneiWe Prayer" Dr. McGee preaching. Ch. Sch. 8:30-S:MaBdllt.m. Youth Meetings, C:30 p.m. Single Young Adults 7 p.m. I-PRESRYTER1AN-, C H R I S T PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 6565 Broadway, East of Wilraot Milton R. Emmons, Minister. Ph. AX 8-0084. Church School, J:30 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. "Full Youth Program." METHODIST CATALINA, 2700 E. Speedway Hayden S. Sears, Minister, Martin A. Bierbaum, Clell C Gray, Associates. Don Roberts, Minister of Education; Richard Lapo, Minister of Music. Phone EA 7-4296.' Dial-A-Pray«r EA 6-6594. Sunday School 8:30, 9:45, 11 a.m. Worship 8:30, 9:45, 11 a.ra. Youth 7 p.m. CHRIST CHURCH, METHODIST, S55 N. Craycroft. EA 7-nre. Church School 8:30 It 9:45 a.m. Worship Services 9 A ll-M. David F, Lehmberg, Pastor, EA $-6966. ST. PAUL'S METHOmST -- rwtrag in Corbett School,,"»« E. 2»th St.. Robert W. Ray, Mrmstftr, Ph. AX. S-55S4. Morn- mjr ffonhip 11 A,M. Ch. Sch, . JUy, SOUTHSIDE, cor. 23rd SL and 10th Ave. Rev. C a i p e r L Glenn. Ph. MA 4-3116. Sunday School, 9:45 a;m. Worship 11:00 a.m. Westminster Fellowship, 6:00 p.m. Mid-Week Service, Wed. 7:30 p.m. COVENANT, 17th St. and Treat Ave. E, 5-1351. Min. Rev. Howard J. Svoboda. Worship Serv- jce 9:00 a.m. Church School 9:00 a.m. Adult Class Wed. 7:30 p.m. LA'RGE ENOUGH TO SERVE YOU. SMALL ENOUGH TO KNOW YOU. MOUNTAIN VIEW Presbyterian Church, 38M E. 3rd St. EA 5-1519 Minister Rev. Paul David Sholin. Rev. Sainsc! J. Liisdsjncod Jr., Rev. Robert L. Jansen, Asst Minister. Worship and Church School 9:30 ft 11. "Holy Communion" ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH (N. O r a c l e Road area), 6715 Casas Adobes Road, East. Newton H. White, HI, Minister. Ph. CY 7474«. Worship 11:09 a.m. Coffee Hour 12 noon. Church School ft: 45. NORTI1M1NSTER, MM E. Ft Lowell. EA 7-7121. Rev. Richard Rowley. Church Sch. 8:3« a.m. Worship service 10:80 a.m. Th* NORTHMTNSTER family e n j o y s a complete church program at every age levri. YOU ARE WELCOME: --r REFORMED T U C S O N R E F O R M E D CHURCH, $005 E. Winwtt St Dr. Henry Beltman, Minister. Ph. EA 5-4S01. Sunday School, 1:40 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. and 7:30 P.BS. Youth Grovpe, ·:» GREEK ORTH. ST. DEMETRIUS HELLENIC FOUNDATION, INC., «25 N. 2nd Ave. Rev. Larabros Vaka- lakis, Ph. MA 2-0043. Sunday services 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Sunday School 10:30-11:30 a.m. SPIRITUALIST T E M P L E OF TRUTH, N.S.A.C. *2I N. First Ave. Pres. F. L. Foard. Ph. MA 4-3433. Service! Sunday 7:30 p.m. "Healing Lecture and Spirit Greetings." "We Welcome You." UNITED F E L L O W S H I P CHAPEL U.CJI. 721 N. 2nd Ave. Rev. L. LE Londe, Pk MA 3-7809. Sunday morning service 11 a.m. Spirit communion, Healing. All race*, til creeds are welcome. :--UNITARIAN (Universal!*) T H E UNITARIAN CHURCH OF TUCSON, 4«3I E*.«t 2M St., George C. Whitney, minister: Service 10 a.m., "Families in Crisis," Mr. Whitney preaching. Church Sdwwl, ]« a.m. -UNITY UNITY OF TUCSON-Tnetn Garden Club BW*., Ill N. Campbell. MA 4-49W. J«* D. Clemenson, Minister. f:45 Sanday School. Worship 11 a.m., "Return to Eden." (QUAKERS) J» N. Warren. Cterk, Mrs. Randolph Jertts, MA 34EHS. Brfcfc OMM* tor KIM WmfflHR t j£J| fl.lft, ·vrrie* I NWWECTAMIAS, SO* N. Ave, MA 24t». Embrffcmg *H philosophical troths. Service 11 ·.». PMtesophrcal L*rm . . J. StKfrnm Mw. A Fri. M m KATW Rmfift So*, fcjft

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