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! i: X i - - - -it rV 8 24-A Oakland Tribune, Sunday, Nov. 14 1948 GREAT FOREIGN MISSIONS RALLY PLANNED BY 15 DENOMINATIONS By JOHN E. ZOLLER Church Editor, The Tribune ' Highlighting a Foreign Missions Program ! of Advance, fifteen denominations in the San Francisco Bay Area will hold individual denominational meetings Tuesday and Wednesday! culminating in an interdenominational rally in San Fran cisco's War Memorial Opera House, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. This rally1 Is one of 36 co-ordinated and simultaneous meetings j being held throughout the country jimder the sponsorship of the For-ieign Missions Conference of North America. i Dr. Paul W. Harrison, famed desert doctor of Arabia, will share the platform with Bishop Enrique C. iSobrepena of the United Church of the Philippines and Charles W. Ran-json, general secretary of the International Missionary Council. ! Dr. Harrison is amedical missionary of the Dutch Reformed Church in Muscat, Arabia, a seaport town on the Arabian Gulf. A graduate of fTohns- Hopkins, a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, an authority on hernia and spinal an-esthesia,Uie has spent most of the last 20 -years in the "hottest spot of desert on earth treating an average f 123 patients a day . and running is hospital on a scant $1800 per ear. Bishop Sobrepena, a former Phil- ppine Army chaplain, is also presi- ent of the Union College of Manila Church, Telegraph at 21st Street, Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. at a dinner meeting. His topic will be, "Called to be Disciples." SERMON TOPICS First Presbyterian, Broadway at 26th Dr. Ralph Marshall Davis, "The Sleeplessness of God," 11 ajn.; "Our Favorite Ignorance," 7:30 p.m. First Unitarian, 685 14th the Rev. Arnold Crompton, "Disobedience to Law, Is it Ever Justifiable?" 11 a.m. First Congregational. Harrison at 26th Dr. Clarence Reidenbach, "The Wind and the Spirit," 9:45 and 11 ajtn. First Trinity Lutheran, 17th Ave nue at East 15th Street the Rev Alfred .W. Koehler, "Christian Steadfastness," 10:45 a.m. First Baptist, Telegraph at 21st Dr. George Derbyshire. "Why Should We?" 11 a.m: "Gauging Our Respdnse," 7:30 p.m. First Lutheran Grove at 16th the Rev. Donald E. Wagner. "Be- lievest Thou This?" 11 a.m. Lakeshore Avenue Baptist, 3518 Lakeshore Dr. Harold N. Geistweit, "Christ, Teacher-Friend," 11 a.m.; "Thou Shalt Love Thy Neighbor," 8 p.m. St. Paulus Lutheran, Telegraph at 1' grtWgqWWSBAfWMVjftg -'7 )- "Wv ' M'' ' " ' f-fcwr x Jr7$ K . ' -I I it r - I w w if i fin il 1 1 n r iinininii i i i ii.ii,.f,ii.ii...i , i n, i, n iltj i I I the Rev. Herbert Dimock, "For Those Defeated' by Temptation, 11 a.m. University Baptist, 2821 Telegraph Berkeley Dr. Isam B. Hodges, "The Expecting Christ," 11 aon.; "Cross Bearing," 7:3a p.m. Vedanta Society, Haste at Bow-ditch, B e r k e 1 e y Swami Shanta-Swarupananda, "What is the State of God-Consciousness?" 8 pjn. El Cerrito Community Methodist, Stockton at Everett, El Cerrito the Rev. Robert H. Tarr, "The Cogic of the Sabbath," 11 ajn. Walnut Creek Methodist, the Rev. Haven Martin, "The Book of Acts, Continued," 11 ajn. PROGRAMS The sixtieth anniversary of the West Tenth Methodist Church, 769 10th, Street, will be held today at; 2:30 p.m. in the chapel. Dr Chan- ling Richardson, superintendent and Dr. Frank H. Smith, will be the guest speakersrThe 60f Anniver-'j sary Choir, directed by Marie Mi-zutani, will sing. At 5 p.m. an anniversary banquet will be held with Bishop Donald' H. Tippett of the San Francisco Area of the Methodist Church as guest speaker. Miss Margaret Thorlakson will sing. The Rev. John Yamashita is pastor of the church. j Dr. Jesse Haves Baird. Mod The choirs ot the First Baptist of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. Dr. Jesse H. Baird, moderator of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A., will speak at the St. John's Presbyterian Church. Berkeley, today at 5 p.m. Dr. Baird to Speak Here Clare Luce To Talk Here Clare Boothe Luce, noted prtnrr. author and legislator, will speak at the Auditorium Theater today at 8:30,p.m. on the subject, "Catholicism and the Pursuit of Happiness" ' Elected to Coneress in 1942. Mrs Luce has distinguished herself as a great humanitarian, a liberal in issues concerning labor and a re-' specter oi tne individual rights of, all human beines. In foreign affairs she has steadfastly stood for full cooperation with other nations. On her return from an inspection' tour of Europe, Mrs. Luce pointed out that "there could be no assurance of peace so long as anywhere in the world a government could secretly maintain slave-factories for the production of war weapons." v Her concern for this danger was embodied in a resolution, "favoring the creation of appropriate international machinery within the framework of the United Nations Organization for international control and reduction of armaments and weapons, especially those involving atomic power." .Tickets to the lecture may be ob tained at the door. - N 7' -- I v First Independent Baptist Church Opened in Oakland 7 Clare Boothe Luce, noted author, lecturer and legislator, will speak in the Oakland Auditorium Theater today at 8:30 pjn. The First Independent! Baptist Church of Oakland was officially organized last week in the auditorium of the Western Baptist Bible College. 528 33rd Street, t The New Hampshire Confession of Faith was adopted as the doctrinal basis. The declaration of purpose states: "Having been born again by the Spirit of God, and having been led by Him, through obedience to the Word, to a life of separation from evil, fellowship with God. and service of the Truth, we declare our purpose to estab lish here and now, in the City of Oakland, a Baptist Church! which shall be Christ-centered and Bible based; true to the Word in doctrine and practice, in affiliations and fellowship. We purpose to pljace our membership here at the earliest possible moment, and to seek the glory of Christ and the good of one another as we strive by every possible means to preserve, enlarge and strengthen the testimony which we do thus solemnly dedicate ourselves to establish. Amen " Men elected to office include: ; Krist Gudnason. J. F. May, J. T, ' Prewitt, F. O. Goercke, Floyd Webb, and George Wolters; Dr. H. O. Van Gilder was called ,. as pastor. His topic today at 11 a.m.-will be, "The Work of God for the Church of God." At 7:30 pjn. he . will speak on the subject, "Love -and Hate in a Local Church." . r r i nr Dixie hrebali Will Preach Irish born Charles W. Ranson, is :41st the Rev. W. F. Peters. "Corn- veteran Indian missionary for the j pensations of Following Jesus," 11 j Church. Telegraph at 21st Street, land president of the San Francisco ethodist Church, recently ap- Join'ted general secretary of the In ternational Missionary Council. Denominational conferences will ke held as follows: A.TMT It- TAnit: 'First A M E. Zion Church. an Francisco, Wedneday at 2 p.m.. Dr. E.: J. McCorkJ. the Rev. George I Fauntleroy, the Rev. Harold A. L. Clement, i Baptist: First Baptist Church, Oakland, Wednesday, at 10 a.m., Dr. Elmer A. Fri-dell. Miss Hazel F. Shank, Miss May Coggins. a.m.; German service at 10 a.m. Lake Fark Methodist, Santa Clara at Jean the Rfev. David C. Hassel, "World Peace Versus Christ's Peace," 11 a.m. St. Paul's Episcopal, Monteeito at Bay Place Dr. Calvin Barkow, "The Fear of God," 11 a.m.. under the direction of William C, Wood, will present "Stabat Mater" by Gioacchino; Rossini, today at 7:30 pjn. The 65-voice choir will be assisted by five soloists: Inez Anderson, soprano; Arnetta Ingamells, soprano; Lelabess Barnette, contralto; Harold Hollingsworth, tenor; and Oliver Jones, basso. The public is invited. A service of music will be presented at the Lake Park Methodist Church, Santa Clara at Jean Street, today at 7:45 p.m. The service will be a celebration of the purchase of a new Wurlitzer organ. A social hour will follow the program. A "Family Night" program, spon- Central Lutheran, 215 Ridgeway the Rev. Alf M. KraabeL "The Second Coming of Christ," 11 a.m.; "Reaching from Heaven" motion Christian: West Side Christian Church, i ritnr R nm San Francisco, Tuesday at 10 a.m.. the ! r Rev. -Virgil A. Sly, Miss Margaret Law- j Plymouth Congregational, 3805 rence. the Rev. W. R. Holder. Piedmont Dr. Robert Inglis, "True Conr relation. i: First Congregational j Faith Makes a Difference," 11 a.m. Church, Berkeley, Tuesday at 4 p.m.. and ; ... . t . iTit rnnffreeationai church. San Fran-1' Redeemer Lutheran. 61st Avenue Miss Ruth Morton. Dr. Bhaskar p. Hivaie. , oear no m will, 8.0 and 11 a.m. J be held at the Grace Community vL,il?teiR?f'W?tttVL' Bay view viI,a Community, 1624 Methodist Church, Byron at 103rd Blbwckf " j22nd Street the Rev. S. J. Mayfield, Avenue, Tuesday at 6:45 p.m. The Fnl.roD.I: Grace Cathedral. San Fran-! -, ...... f1"1 ,uj. eisco. Tuesday at 8 p.m.. Bishop Heber J Grand Lake Lutheran. F.uclirf at will be shown. Dinner irooaen, or tne unit .uuc. Evangelical and Reformed: Bethel Evangelical and , Reformed Church, San Francisco, Wednesday at j2 p.m.. - Pr. Georse Randolph Snyder, tfce Rev. Jason Hoffman. Theological Seminary, will speak at the St. John's Presbyterian Church, 2640 College Avenue, Berkeley, today at 5 p.m. Just returned from Europe where he attended the World Council of Churches meeting in Amsterdam, Holland, Dr. Baird will speak on the topic, "God and One World." Dr. Baird was formerly pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Oakland. will be First Presbyterian Church, Salvio ""hem Church. San Francisco, j will speak and show color pictures at Colfax Street, Concord, Wednes- Rev c p Daane Emmanuel Pre- a P-m-. Df- H; Sw8?s-;of his work at 7:30 p.m. day at 7:30 p.m. The public is in- byterian: Saturdav-the Rev. Dodds St. Paul's Lutheran, Excelsior at.vited. B. Bunch, Laurel Methodist Woodruff the Rev. Lloyd Burke, j ORGANIZATIONS Evant-eUeal United Brethren: Evangelical United Brethren Church. Oakland. Tuesday at 2 p.m., and .Evangelical United Brethren Church, San Francisco, Wednesday at 10:30 a.m., Bishop Ira D. Warner, Dr. Carl Heinmiller, the Rev. B. H. Cain, Miss Mary McLanachan. the Rev. Walter Schutz. Free Methodist: Free Methodist Church, San Francisco, Wednesday -at 2 p.m., the Rev. W. C. DeMille, the Rev. Frank Adamson, the Rev. Jacob DeShazer, Miss Adelaide Latshaw, the Rev. E. C. Jones. Lutheran. Anmstana aad United: Ebe- xezer Wdnrsdav Drj Mary Moses, the Rev. Chitose Kishi, Miss Louisa Miller. Methodist: Glide Methodist Church, San Francisco, Wednesday; at 9 a.m., Bishop Donald H. Tippett. Sirs. F. G. Brooks. Dr. i Frederick B. Neweil, Dr. James V. Claypool, the Rev. James K. Mathews, Walter Towner, Mrs. Clyde Colison, the Rey. R. Marvin Stuartk Presbyterian:. Clinton Cafeteria Ban- I quet Room, San Francisco, Wednesday I at 4 p.m.. Bishop Enrique C. Sobrepena, i thel Rev. Richard H. Baird, the Rev. j Chester E. Green. i Vnited Presbyterian: First United Pres-; byterian Church, Oakland, Tuesday- at 3 pm.. Dr. James B. Cummings, Miss Ray H. Huffman, Mrs. Arthur B. Mc-Bride. pRefanned Church in America: Miraloma Community Church, San Francisco, Wednesday at 3 p.m.. Dr. Paul W. Harrison. Dr. Luman J. Shafer, Dr. Gerard Gnade, the Rev Raymond Reckering. , GUEST SPEAKERS I . , - The Rev. Charles V. Ranson, of thd International Missions Council, will speak at" the First Methodijrt Chtirch, Broadway at 24th Street, today at Til a.m., on the subject, "One World in Christ." At , 7:30 p.m., Dr. Frank M. Toothaker, pas- tort will speak on the subject, -jtiow Van Burean the Rev. W. G. Ruehle, j served (adults, $1.50; children $1.00. "The Road to Heaven," 9:30 and 11 a.m. Park Boulevard Presbyterian, Park Boulevard at Hampel Dr. A. Lorin Ridings, "Dynamic Convictions," 11 a.m. - fe St. Michael's Lutheran, Alcatraz at Benvenue Dr. E. A. Trabert. "Rise Up O Men of God," 11 a.m. cussions. The program will begin Havenscourt Colonial, 1444 Ha- venscourt the Rev. Baldwin Sherman, "Five Minutes to Twelve," 11 a.m.; Dr. Donald Turner, of the Orinoco River Mission of Venezuela, An Adult Youth Workers' Training Conference will be held at the Laurel Methodist Church, Kansas at Magee Street, Tuesday at 6:30 devotional program sponsored by p.m. Miss Virginia S. Henry, of the the Bay Area Federation of Church National Youth Department staff, ; Councils and broadcast daily at 8 "Men and Boy's Night." The program will include, sport talks, magic, movies, a talking crow and music. The Sara Young Union Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Fruitvale Christian Church. Fruit-vale at East 17th Street. The annual roll call will be held. RADIO Speakers on the Morning Watch. i s f f ' ymtmm 4 rvx-:-:'.-::; jAvvvvV,y 7 S i and the Rev. Don Fellers, conference youth director, will lead the diS' with a potluck supper, The latest Moody Bible Institute scientific motion picture, "Voice of the Deep," will be shown at the a.m. over station KRE, are: Monday the Rev. Robert A. Burns, Calvary Presbyterian, Berkeley; Tuesday the Rev. Harold Blakley, St. Stephen's Methodist; Wednesday the Rev. Victor Goff, Wesley Foundation, Berkeley; Thursday Dr. Ralph E. Knudsen, Berkeley Bap tist Divinity School; Friday the Dr. G. P. Comer, of Dallas, Texas, known as the "Dixie Fireball." will speak at the Pioneer Memorial Methodist Church each night this week. Hits Cow, Dies MEMPHIS, Tenn.. Nov. 14. (U.R) I Eph Dunlap, 81-year-old farmer, ac-j cidentally bumped against a cow and died of his injuries. He turned j a corner of a barn during a cattle sale and ran into the cow. Dr. G. P. Comer, of Dallas. Texas. known as "The Dixie Fireball," will speak on the subject "The Biggest Fool in Oakland." tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the Pioneer Memorial Methodist Church, Telegraph Avenue at 37th Street. A Methodist pastor in Texas for 18 years, Dr. Comer has traveled through 21 states in the last three years as an evangelist. He is described as a "fiery, hard-hitting preacher of old-time power and fervor." Many call him a "second Billy Sunday." Dr. Comer's subject this morning at 10:50 is "What is a Real Christian?" Meetings will continue each day this week at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Evening subjects for this week are: Monday. "The Biggest Thief in the Church." Tuesday, "The Devil's Beauty Parlor;" Wednesday. "Churches that Practice Birth Control:" Thursday. "The Shortest Route from Oakland to Hell;" and Friday, "Dead End People." The public is invited to all services. New England Still Thrifty CASTLE HILL. Me.. Nov. 14. (U.R) Twp Aroostook County towns. Mapleton and Castle Hill, have joined hands as an economy move. They have the same town manager, maintain a common town hall, share the costs of rent and fuel, and have adopted a school consolidation program. Machine Rips Clothes To Test- the Fabrics UTICA. N.Y., Nov. 13. (U.R) If you want to lose your shirt, just J drop in at the new textile testing j laboratory of the Utica Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences. The lab has machines that not only will rip up shirts, but also sheets, stockings, tablecloths and j anything else that comes along. The ! purpose is to test the strength and i wearing qualities of textiles. The state-supported institute is J the only technical-level textile school in the country, officials say. New Device Speeds Magnetic Drafting SCHENECTADY, N.Y., Nov. 13 (U.R) General Electric Co. has an nounced development of an instru- j ment that automatically represents j on a drawing board the invisible ( ! field force around electrically-charged pieces of metal. The instrument does several days work in a ' matter of hours, the company said. a matter of fi9fJttfte6 JEWELRY LOAIIS Yes, it only take; a few minutes to borrow on your jewelry and other valuables ... at the lowest rate in the Bay Area. Amounts from $1 to thousands... 1 per month. Out-of-town patronage is invi ed. REMEDIAL SAN HAKCI5C0: 932 MISSION STREET OAKLAND OPPOSITE (ANN'S 514- t ATM STrMTr-A 13 0 ImI E "There Comes a Time," 11 a.m.; Dr. S. H. Swanson, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, wil speak at 8 p.m. Lakeside Unity, 1433 Madison the Rev. Alma M. Morse, "Wizard of Uz," 11 a.m. Rockridge Evangelical United Brethren, College at Manila Dr. Raymond L. Cortner, "The Greatest Waste tof Power in America," 11 a.m.; "Man's Conquest of Man," 7:30 p.m. Religion in the news will be broadcast by the Rev. Ernest M. The course "Youth and Marriage 1' di Today" will be held in the First;"" l"c x "" 0i Pilrrim Lutheran. Mutt 35th Avo. ' ance Union will hold its annual nue the Rev. Robert W. Schwer- i workshop at the First Church As- mann, "Christian Giving," 11 a.m. "7if tr "u TrfMr.nh t ! Churches, Saturday at 8:30 a.m. Baptist Church, Telegraph at 21st, Street, tomorrow at 7:45 p.m. for young people 16 years of age and over. Dr. Vere V. Loper. pastor of TI C HAHI II A T Akl the First Congregational Church of fUl ULAI IUIN Berkeley, will speak on the subject, "Spiritual Aspects of Marriage. The Woman's Christian Temper- LEVELING OFF MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 13. GP Elmhurst Presbyterian, 98th Avenue at East 14th Street the Rev. Robert DeWolf, "Deep Unto Deep," 11 a.m. SUBURBAN TOPICS - Piedmont Community, Highland at Mountain Dr. Holland F. Burr, "The Force of Influence," 11 a.m. Trinity Methodist, Dana at Du- semblies of God. 10th Avenue at Population in the United States n East 14th Street, Tuesday at 10 a.m. j leveling off while other areas arr . The Spires Club, open to all ! f eportin - art increase, it was said Christian business and professional i f. at sympoum on world pop-men, will meet Tuesday noon at 308 j atlon trends at the Universlty oi 14th Street. J. A. Rose will speak on i Minnesota. the "Senior Scout Movement." Population experts, sociologists and anthropologists were told that The Oakland Ministerial Fellow- Latin America's population is ex-ship will meet at the First Metho- , pected to rise to 300,000.000 in the dist Church. Broadway at 24th nekt 50 vears and that India and Street, Tuesday noon. All ministers southeastern Asia, already contain- are invited. to lncrea the Numoers in our ; rant, Berkeley-Dr. P. Marion Dr. Elizabeth Pope, assistant pro lessor of English at Mills College, will speak at the Mills College Chapel today at 11 ajn. on the subject, "God Speed the Plough." . Margaret Lawrence, missionary frohi China, will speak at the Mills Terrace Christian Church, Fleming ner 55th Avenue, today at It ajn. on the subject, Inside China." The Rev. Delos CBrian, of Wilmington,, Delaware, will speak at the ! First Universalist Church, 491 Cheney Avenue (Grand Lake Dis- trict), toaay at li ajn on xne suu- ;7 p m feet, "The Cure f Cares the unns- .... - .. -waV" - - ' Arlington Avenue Community, tian way. Arlington at Rincon Road, Berkeley ing a quarter of the world's popu- The Ladies' Aid of the Faith lation. will continue to grow. Lutheran Church, 20080 Redwood Prof. David G. Mandelbaum, Uni-RnaH Pastrn Vallpv. will be held vprsitv of California anthrooolneist: First Presbyterian, Dana ?.t Chan-; Wednesday at 2 p.m. Mrs. Avis said that between 1921 and 1941. ning Way, Berkeley Dr. Robert B. icorey and Mrs. Esther O'Brien will India added 83,000.000 to its popula-Munger, "How to Have and Hold the i oe hostesses tion. xnings mat uouni, n a.m.; now to Get Along in Life," 7:30 p.m. i The ladies of the Brooklyn Pres- i Kvforion r"hnrrh 12th AvpniJP at St. Alban's Episcopal, Washington I East 15th street, will hold their an-at Curtis, Berkeley Dr. Randolph nual bazaar Thursday beginning at v-. ivnuer, xne vospei ior i,oaay, 11 ajn. Perm State Grows STATE COLLEGE. Pa., Nov. 14. St. John s Presbyterian, 2640 Col- The women's Society of the St 10 a.m. Luncheon will be served at (U.R) More than 8300 students have noon Thf nnhlie is invited. enrolled for the next fall semester lege. Berkeley Dr. Stanley nunter, uutreacn, n a.m. traz at Benvenue, will meet Thurs- Epworth University Methodist, day at 11 a?m. Luncheon will be 2516 Durant, Berkeley Dr. Howard j served at 12:30 p.m. The afternoon Stickland, "The Signals of God," j program will be directed by Mrs. 10:50 a.m.; "Use What You Have," i Elizabeth Gent. The Men's Club of the First Baptist Church, Telegraph at 21st Street, will meet Friday at 6:30 p.m. for a at Pennsylvania State College, Michael's Lutheran Church, Alca-j uuus"" j ? S: Z n nXn Easy Terms Arranged Liberal Trade-In Allowance 1-Year Written Guarantee This is the BIG MODEL Do not confuse with older models Cleans Everything from Basement to Attic The Vacuum of 101 Uses Phone TW 3-7550 or write Free Home Demonstration Open Thurs. 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