Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on January 6, 1946 · Page 11
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- I! B i&w Vicar io bAt :St "Anartws Chri$tidn Education Cavalcade to Bt ; Held Next Friday By tttt. fllXMOIlI GRAY Church Editor. The Tribune Tht Revi F, Philip JJisnam, new - Tricar of 'St'AnarriFfTEplscopal i-CureM20l Hitfen Drive. Will Con-s duct service there for the first time V todav- ' Holv Commufuon vill be N rplPbrated at ft b.hl end at It a.m- aiui at - the later service Dignam . will preach- "CSulst our SaV' -lour - ---.-' J '''' A graduate' of the Church Divinity School of the Pacific, the new vicar t has served as assistant minister of j St Luke's Church in San Francisco, ' rBis Wife, the former Phyllis Ruth Nelson of Santa Barbara, attended fit- Margaret's'House, the Episcopal Church training school for women - in Berkeley. I-- A reception- vsft4e-held for, the ... tevzvtii Mnj, JDtgnatn' this after nooil in, the parish '.hall of the ' church from 3:30 until 5:30 o'clock. CAVALCADE OS JPMBAf The annual Cavalcade of Chris nian lEdilcatlon under the auspices , of the Oakland Council of Churches wi'u be held on Friday at the First .-'Christian. Church. . This - one-day .program, which nn with, registration at 1 p.m. "and continue through the afternoon and vetting', features graded wnrkahoniJ demonstration! and hiWta. Miss Marearet Lobb, Chris- . - p tiaa.-tdueatlon director . lor . the " 1 'Church Council, will be In charge, . . f , assisted, by the Rev. cnarjes uum vUle and the Rev. Eugene A. HesseL A feature of this years program ' la Vie h. Amrustina Smith Confer am mi Chm-al Music which is also being sponsored by the, Oakland ..Public Schools, the Friday sessions : of which wilt he-lieia at tne rust. - -Christia.Church. ' Latest Methods and materials, for workers in the church schools will 'be displayed and demonstrated, and will be conducted for those attending There is no charge for registration, for the Cavalcade - and the public 4s invited to attend. T EIGHTY-SIXTH BIRTHDAY Tenth Avenue Baptist Church has - announced its 86th birthday party for Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., at the EiKhth -Avenue Methodist Church. Mm Georee Viera is general chair. . man, assisted, by Earle G. Linsley, . Mrs. Warren Hall, 'Willard' Russell, Jack Hamilton and Walter Franklin-Mrs. Grace Goodman and the - church choir are in charge of the r musical nroeram. Dinner reserva tions may be made at the church office, FAREWELL. SERMON - The-Rev.'RbBeft M. DeWolf, min- nf christian "education at Saitot J' John's APreshyterian- Church of A Berkeley1, 'Will preach his farewell v sermon at the Bo'ClocK vesper service today, taking as his-subject, " -,,God and Our Needs." Having ao rpntprf a castorate in Benson.. Ariz. DeWolf will leave this weelc with hi.q famiiv for his new field. This service -will b broadcast over sta tion KLX. I victory BANQinEf.4 OIn recognition Of the freeing- of the church from debt, the First Methodist Church of Alameda vill - have-at-victory-banquet sm., Satiir-. dav evening; at 6:30 o'clock. With Milton Godfrey, chairman of the -taisteesr sr toastmasteri the-dinner will be serVed in the recreation ceh tpr of the church. Dr. A. Raymond Grant, minister of First Methodist church,. Sacramento,, will be, the speaker, and -- former ministers of the church. Will be the" special guests. John Hamilton has been chairman of the victory committee that has planned the affair.-: -- - r PRESBYTERY MEETS - Dr. Herbert Booth Smith will pre side at the meeting of the Presby tery of San Francisco, meeting in , the Livermore Presbyterian Church on Tuesday. The Rev. W. E. Claw- son will report "on united promotion: the Rev. Fred Trevitt. on war-time service: the Rev. Homer ' Pitman, on ministerial relations and Dr. Stanley A: Hunter, OA toeiai education and action. Plans will be made for the visit to the Presbytery Of the Moderator ot the 157th General Assembly, Dr. William B. Lamps of Bt LOuls, MO, A reception honoring Dr. and Mrs, Lamne will be held on Saturday from. 3 until S p.ni. at Westminster House, Berkeley. SOCIAL ACTION FELLOWSHIP A Winter conference will be held by the Social Action Fellowship of the Methodist cnurcn en Tuesday at the Laurel Methodist Church, be ginning at 10 i.rn- The theme for the day will be "Organised Labor, the Church and the Public." Con ferees include Jeffery Cohelan of Aslhma Mucus Fc"nIil Easy Way aw i aroneniu Aiuima ram your u ad rob yoor Mood xrfta kMauat ou tuS Of tma lunaa aranarl. m toanr DtoMaan to adtar tm Iheat fern- f i ADVEBTISBMIMt a mv n u COla alUcka without tht Utra JOQ mr fS vtvafroa a phrtJolan'a Brtcr(ptloa J14 XaaAM. Wlfiiln a ftry abort Mm attor tbaflMt aulatlnc ttiru tho kloodTUiua rtMhiu tha ,allaa w wU aa I UfMt fcraoehlal tubat whara ta. nat- Lifau Jbalalloaa iova tWilf rtv&fivilna jj, raoaea ana naeua eraath! (Dhlara)'. tteraka mmiii. ing ana mora taaUol alaap. Oat - au i rrotn rour di Tl Miy .aautatd rod a mora too " paasaa r4 mr ajonar kaok. land tw4 Ud: tf Hold Services Church This Morning " x 'iff' The Rev. F.'Pninip Dlgnoan, , who) Is the- now viecnr at 8t I Andrew Episcopal Church. Berkeley, representing the A.T.I.) E. L. Balattl of Stockton, a member of the CI O.: and D. X. Orant of Burlingame, a lawyer representing management -The nubile is invited to the ses sions, particularly the dinner and evening meetings which will be in summary of the discussions of the day. Reservations for the meal may be made at KB Uegg 1-2414. -FIRST PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN Horace Ryburn, aecNtary of the Board of Foreign Missions for the Pacific1 Coast, will be guest speaker at the oroeram meeting ox the wom en's Society of the First Presbyterian Church of Oakland on Thursday. Tht -.day wilUMsgin with the fexecutive board meeting at 10 am with4hepresidenU Mrs. David Freeldichis&idJ. .-.- . At The mornuig- firoam. begin. ning at 11:15 o'clock in the chapel, annual reports wju do jiyejuTK the-IHng's DaulKrS"seWoh,lBn ness and Professional Women, and tha Schooner section, followed by a devotional message by Dr. Ralph Marshall Davis. Luncheon will be served at 12:15 by circle number one, Mrs. Harried Dellenbough, chairman. COUNCIL INSTALLATION Faith Lutheran Church of, San Leandro will hold an installation ceremony of its new church council at 10 a.m. today, in the Rose ChapeL with the Rev. Holger Berthelsen of ficiating. C R. Condell is the new president, assisted by John Strom- gren, .Theodore Thompson,-' S. R. HedWerg;'hctrw(.06by. W. JL Bloomer, 3. K. Ktndrjcks,' Marie Hansen; ana MarthaJOsbr. H.il' FEAST OF JHrVEPSPHANY St" Paul's episcopal Church win celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany this afternoon at A e'clock with a candlelight service and procession with special music by the choir. This service will be. repeated. on tne "Angeius uowr broadcast on station KLX tonight at 8:30 o'clock with the rector, Dr. Calvin Barkow, in charge. This weekly radio program is under tht direction of Dr. Stanley A. Hunter and tha Zattbay Church Federation radio eonunis iiQfl.-- , - , : SERIES OPENS Of. Bob Jones, founder of Bob- Jones College In Cleveland, Tenn., will begin, a series of special meet ings this morning at 11 a.m. These meeungs wiu oe new at the Chris- tian and Missionary Alliance Church at 528 33rd Street, and will continue each night this week at 7:45, con. eluding next Sunday. He la an author, publisher, radio comments tor, as well as preacheiv f; KING'S DAUGHTERS MEET Founders Day will be observed by Friendship Circle of King's Daughters od Wednesday at I P.m. at the home of its president, Mr. Ray H. Fisher, 8243 MorCom Av enue. The history of tha organization, as well as of this circle will be previewed, with Mrs. Edna W. Nlckell historian, in charge of the program. DEVOTIONS ON THE AIR Speakers on the "Morning Watch," devotional radio broadcast,' sponsored by the Oakland CounUl of Churches, have been announced for this week. Beginning tomorrow at 8 am, end continuing each morning for half an hour, tha sneakers will be: Rev, Ralph V, Conard, Alameda 19.Yn, In Sam Our r.ft.W.lMtlalat,0.e. ' ' ' J If -. , - IMIMI8I eiuiwif;; , PrifiiBt . . ' Urlsatlea eeettlpitlea Rbeatlisj ArtbrltU .. reuale Treikla Odtdrt - Ommn .; Ktaauaauaa "Tk IU70BOSCOPIO X-itr wUI raraal tha BIDDBN CAU8S , . Ik faata rva lira tttrf PAIN, UPSET aad WEAKNIBS. orlalaataa. WO will tctl toi haw thraaah CORKECTIVS TBEAIMENTg ararr aarra. araaa, aall and vital (area may aa aiada to acala faaallaa par-tattlr." Leu of HCUMi Uti' H ! .. to. 1 m mi W( wim. ens. TWO CONVaniMMf OftfL- d fro a. VB too, 14 13th St, Downtown QzUzrS fh. T2-8U7 ID'J1-.'!?.0'0. V MtrakMta 2W0 TeitrrtX.1 Ayj. Baptist Church io IZl Ctlebrote 86th Birthday Wednesday Congregational; Rev. Frank M. TOothaker.LlSrst JMetbodlstj Rev. Robert lnglls, Plymouth Congrega4 tldnal; Rev. Howard Stiddan'd, Xp- worth University MithodlstBerki ley: Rev. Eugene A. HesseL 'execu tive secretary. Oakland Council of Churches, and the Rev. Charles ij Warren, Taylor Memorial Meth odist -. The program, broadcast from the Chapel of the Ctyngt, is heard Over atatinn YtRIR.. EDUCATOR ' SPEAKS Dr. Herbert .Stoltx. assistant au- perlhtendent of schools In Oakland, will be the speaker at the January luncheon of the Women's Society of the ?arje Boulevard Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, He will discuss the relations between parents and children; The devotions will be resented by Gladys Stice with special music in charge of Marian Hein. Luncheon will be served by circle One. OAKLAND W.C.T.TJ, , "V Oaklahd Women's Christian Tern perance Union will hold its Janu ary meeting on Monday at 1:30 p.m, at the , Oakland Young Women's Christian Association, BEGINS SERIES .The Rev. Robert Boyd Monger begins a aeries of sermons based on the Sermon on the Mount at the 11 am service today at the First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley. His thema will be "Real RelHtlon- Why Christianity Is unique," Musis will be by tha chancel choir, under the direction of William M. Phillips, and will feature solos by Corinne Keefer Foreman, Mrs. Haakon Johnson and W. B. Jickman, with Fred Ritter, violinist. The 7:30 pjn. service will be in charge-of "thr yenmg pCoplerwith reports from the young people who attended the Spiritual Advance Con: f erence at Mt Hermon, and with spesial '.m.usie-by-Dan Sickler of the Uhited-States Navy.The pastor will preach oh "Christ in the Heart'' ORGAN RE-DEDICATION- - A special service ot re-dedication of the organ will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the First Baptist Church 01 Oakland. , Preceding the service an organ recital will be ola ved bv . Una Jae Derbyshire; The Organ Preaches.; win be the subject of Dr. George M. Derby shire's sermon and William C Wood will be heard in an organ recital with compositions by Brahms, Pur-cell,. Bach, Widor Russell Schu manff and Revjbke." PYiaiANS-SPONSOR- SMAKINGCOHTEST A public speaking contest spon sored . by thr Xnights of Pythias will be held In Alameda County, with Albert J. Dicker, 2157 San Jose Avenue, Alameda, hi charge, according to ah announcement by the organization's State headquarters in san iranciico ; . . Tha contest open to any bey or girl who was under l years of age on September 15a? 1945. will close on January 21. Winner of the C6ufiy contest will compete' against winners from two cthef counties in Oakland OB April to, to determine the representative from California in firtiirai rnntt haitwocn nthpr states and Canadian provinces, k The State winner will to to. the Supreme Lodge convention in Tulsa, Okie- in Aucust 1948. to eomnete foe the following four scholarship awards tetany college or university chosen by recipients: First prise, 1500; second prize, 8850; third prize, $250i fourth prize, 1150. Entry forma and information on the contest are available at the on ganlzatlon's headquarters, 1038 Clement Street San Francisco, according to H. A. Thayer, State secretary. AOvtaiisikrtXT llsUVafO tiaitirkti TiiXttlll ae tUa aidlalariil UMkavtUat ittt kaiaa anaaaad at Wa aaaaU aUaff' witala 34 bawa. Caaat WaaV atarana aad retay pun at la ttaat aanafit vm iti.i. u Mwwwa.iaii vw canr ma irom droc- Location- Cemptet Fluoroscopy- 17I1Y BE : SICK? X-RAY Examination WILL GIVI YOU THI FACTS! M YOU CUFFEIO PalpltitldB ( til Hurt Kliiiy Tmbtl Klfbltesd Prittire -files r- FroHife Treikle R Dewi Irritable lllleiiaais Sleep Or Aiy Cther Ceaiplalit Bhi. Ifsalt-s-Pltii for AiHlitaiat -. JT. Wadaaala. Friday : . iaaowr. Tbaradaj, Batardar n Ui. a,. VaUdala Taar TlaoM I III r-rti 1201 E'A 'AH'-y$te?0H' H'Mmr ''iVt., Eottthom Ptidfld Dory waa obaarved at the rogulai Shrisa lundiooa mettim? crt tha Hotel LcanJzi9toii. Among & gvesta at do luncheon shown talking to Bob Abetnerthy (atandlng), reorder d Aahmoa Tnpl aro Everett Jacocka 0eft d Richmon(L You fanperlcd Mcorder of tho Shrine of North Amerloq, and Herman Wortoch, recorder o! Watt Temple. 8cm Frcnv .dsco. 6oth AbomathT and Wertsch are peat presldonta of the) IntetnaHonal Recordere Ae odatlon A the) Shrla Tribune photo. Shrine Conclave Booked for July! Everette J. lacocks, lUchmond, Va., imperial recorder of the Shrine In North America, was feted at a meeting Of the Shrine Luncheon Club Friday in the Hotel Leamington, where plans were prepared for .the first Imperial Shrine conclave since the outbreak of the War. Jacocks said the conclave will be held in San Francisco, July 22-25. Shriners from all carta of the coun try will take over San Francisco's ifour leading hotels for the four-day convention. MmimffflnrairaimmitfflnmiiiiHiiniinnisniif TRAKSPARENT MATERIAL FOR IMPROVED APPEARANCE AND ADDED COMFORT . SEE SAMPLES OF THESE DENTAL PLATES With the TRANSPARENT rAUTI end set with bediitlful . TRANSLUCENT TEETH DR.O.E.IROXIOM i Oeiirtst , All Your Dental Needg n Approved Credit Reeieasble rVfoee t) (rated hi-AdVanee Z" EXTRACTIONS INLAY! FILLINGS CROWN IRIDIEWORK DENTAL PLATES REPAIRED .ondL. RELINED E3.T.B.Il!:DERS0!l Dentist Is NOW AISOCIATED - '-' WITH .f. this orrici R0 APPOINTMENT REEDED RO DELATo PROMPT SERVICE DENTAL WES A,'. I I ' f ' V s DfaQ. J. 1010 D ROADWAY CxSJjuJ TV Inejcks SHI BUSINESS TEACHERS BERKELEY. Jan. 5. President J. Evan Armstrong of Armstrong College and Mrs. Armstrong have returned from the East. In Cincinnati Armstrong attended a conference of the National Business Teachers' nm fHiCMIiCriiTmnJIiB INCLUDING Mew Spring ud Hailrtss OTHER GROUPS FROM . vrz 1 liii w OPEN EYENINGS UNTIL ' ! !ll mm r sm mmi WHY HOT HEFuOVE THE CAUSE To make It possible for aQ sick people to find the basis cause el their Illness we nave Installed the Detoxacolon Therapy in euc Oakland and Berkeley offices.- This Is Id only tuch treatment In v . Oakland and Berkalay ' Wt Show you tha 14x11 it -ray of rour' colon so you can aaa your condition. After X-ray wi aiva you a cleanainc treatment to ellmlnata tha barium. Thla la all for .only 1. There la no furthef ebllsatlon. Mora : than SO per cent of all ehronlc dlaeacea are directly traceable to tha hfipropef function of tha colon, most Sequent eontribuUnc eauae of hyperacidity, hlfh or w blood .pressure, ulcers of tht stomach, appendicitis, skin troubles, female disorders, prostate disorders, alnua, rectal dlaeaaea, asthma, hay fever, sciatica, rheu-. matlam, lumbaao, arihrltla, also heart Involvements, etc. SPtCIAL OFftR FOR THIS WEEK n SFCI&L X-RAY EXADnaTI3:i o Traatmeat aa Staaffer are- teas Tablaa. . Larta le'xir X-Bat of Calan. " " " - "" ..." Drawiat af Tear Pester, .- STAIIFFEIX7 SYSTEIVH" bR, L A. IAU1R, D.C and Stiff " k Dr. O. Doeateile, O.C., Berkeley 4 . Or. J. A. Pes, O.C., Osklaiid i 248S Saattwck Aveaaa 14SS Cniitvala Avenae THetsweM 840 KIMeffl &? r fr' ka 'JO', ' ' HOME FROM MEET Association, of which he is a. former vice-president ;He also conferred with Dale Carnegie in New York and later he aid his wife visited the Carnegie family in New Hampshire. tcu hate sun Fall Iptis Ceulrictieij SAT. TILL 3 rraasara Takea. Ckaak aa An Nam Bafmea, ClaaBataf to - Bllalaata Bariam. - C.. J Yi , Oakland Safely By Eastbay Chapter of Council Tribute to Oakland's traffic record, which shows 88 less deaths in 1848 than In the preceding year, was paid today by 0astbatlhagieY of. the National Safety CouncO; -are happy to invite jma at- tention to Oakland's splendid rec ord of traffic safety for the year Just fnded,-HmdOTeaommendlhJ e JDivision of the Oakland Po lice Department and 4t personnel for ft Job well done," Chairman-M. W. Dobrxensky of the traffic safety division of the council wtote Mayor Herbert L. Beach, and r the City Mruncu. There were 68 traffic deaths In 1845 as Compared to 91 in 1844. "we are happy to note." said fiobrzensky, "that even with the end of gas rationing and the increase in population, the program of selective enforcement maintained by the Traffic Division held the 1945 traffic deaths to 89, a saving of 22 lives over the 1944 record." The traffic safety division chair man declared that "such a splendid achievement should not be passed over without praise for capt. ira Reedy, recently retired head of the Traffic Division, or his successor, Acting Capt. Lester J. Divine." Tor the month Of. December, "bar tteularly gratifying results" were ob tained by Intensifying the selective Hrcement program," said Dobr- senskyVrhereas there Were 18 traf fic death! In December, 1944, this number was reduced to nine last month. "We trust that the year, of 1946 wiU show an even better record than 1945," added the chairman. DR. CENSER e& Need Dental Plates Quickly? This Oiffict Can Often Make Tbem in 2 DAYS in in Emergency 4 DAYS When the Need Is Great Quality Is hot sacrificed for speed. Technicians working overtime enables us to make cental plates quickly when emergencies arise. Will! e.7s7tVVl.Ul. OT urn Dm, DR. GENSER 15 us a m mm & i ' f 1 .aaSSajJBBBfBVJSBBjaBBS lllRIEHIHh W saiSB,..,ay m Carefully examine tht natural teeth ' of a friend or relative then exarrv fne a sample dental plate set with new end translucent teeth hailed uy many vi nm uciiiui pruicaaiun ua - - teeth that look naturolt ? I PLATES QEPAIItED One Day Service Broken plates, and plates wi which teeth are .J broken, If brought Iq by 8:30 a.m., may be ' repaired, and usually ready to.wesr by 5 o.m. ; I . - ,ImH Saturday)- i DR. HO AC LAW 3 PAY AS YOU EARN ON APPROVED CREDIT c.7. - OYER lay SI oaaaaitdt 1CIVE3: tsti ittVi DENTISTS Ccnttr 13t!i Cr Zrtzirzy fWn 9 fa I tdtarday ID Nim , Gain Lauded and with the same' fine sumacs' xrom we touncu ana the City uaxu ager tnat it nas had In the past, the xramc Division will be capable carrying on an increaaingTy effe tlva-nrnn-am ' OVERHEAD DOORS EaaUa panitraotlan Na rriarlty rra EMimatca KaaldcBUal and Cemmanial . Phtm HU mboldt 0556 . EASY, OVERHEAD DOOR C0. 2808 San Piblo, Berkeley '' ADVERTISEMENT Kidneys Must Clean out Acids So Ton auffer from Oettln Ud Klahtai Baekacha, Nenroiuneu,. Leg 'aim, Dlaal4 Baa. BwoHtn Auklei, Rheainatlo PalmJ Bladder Wcaknasa, painful Pasaagea, er lael old ana run-down, dua to aon-organla andj non-systemic Kidney and Bladder troubleiS u ap, ran is good news: -i na very m oon of Cystex (a physician's orewrtatlonl nsu ally (on fifhl to work helplnfr the Kldnari uusn out excess aeias ana wsates wmcfl mta bTt cued your trouble, bs take Cyatad axacuy aa directed and watcn for quick held aaa a rapid uaraaaa In nen. more joutl feallnf and Joy la llrlng. Cyates muat aaU Wy aoraplataly.OT atoney back to tuaranteatl aat ratara af Pty pcltag. Don't aaSaJ Qui tnlna riaim a tknmmi another day without antead Kmc 85a, 75. StJO at drutflitaj DR. IIOAGLAND PHI pi frlloS 'vm way ? .nrr-rn -- mr real' ?J . m sa w llKii.'i Avoid the .ernbarrassmenf of Toothless Days." Your dentist can. explain the advantages or iMMt-D!ATFrf?ESTORATIONS, which-permits the wearing of dental plates IMMEDIATELY following the final extraction of the teeth. This method is particularly recommended for people who are dally before the public, asteacheiv lecturers, salespeople, etc. NO -MONEY DOWN 6ti Approved Credit eln ins TEETH laar i::::!jl::d and, (at AMMk i mm . o" r T c:i7 -'a-

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