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LAS (M. M.) 80H-KEWS Sunday M6rnrng,-Afwll 8,;19SI Regular andjspedal church notices are printed without charge each Sunday morning in The Sun-News. In order to assure prompt publication 'of your church's notice, plcas deliver, 'typqwrittcn'.'lp the Sun-News office by noon Friday. Jt. Genevieve's Church Key. D. '*. Klr|n»i, I'aitor ·· · -.' Maracs today at: 0:30, 7:30, ::iO, I)::i0 Biltl"SnIeinn- High Mass Mnsftes on week-days ut: .0:30, and 8:I!0. ; .. '. , Niirena to. Our KoYrofu| Mother ly nl 2:.TO, 7:00 and S:00. I'.eliRious Instruction;] in Ens- (ili oveiy Snuirday al 0:00 and mulny .nl-10i30 in -Holy. Cross L-houl ami in Spanish every Sat- nln.v nli 0:00 in the Church. Unsure every evening lit 7:00. f.'imfcB(ion»»snluiilny from 1 to mid filmi 1 to 8 p. m. UnptiBjiK Sunday at 2:00 )). m: · * \.~ SAX YS1HRO CHUHCII'-'- 1, Hcv. l l. .1. Klrgnn, 1'iiHtnr '* · Mnss (in Sunday at fl.:00. Ifl.VA 4NA CHURCH OF 'OUR I,A1)V OK PUIIM'ICATION llev. I). .!, Kiriiuii, I'nslor . Miinii rfn Sunday ul 8:00. '- ' * "''.. V. ·'. · IIIAI'Kri 01'TUB IMMACUI.ATK Hi:ART OP MARV - '· · ' liluhn mill' Ksplnn Slm'ls Mans An K u n d n y «1 1(1:00. ' . · · Inldy' n f i p r MIUM. In llia..C|li'uri:^ Si. Andrew's Episcopal Church n i ( l N'irtli Alliiui'da, I.ait Cruci* llev. ItiiniTull 1', HKillli, 8:00 i(, in. Holy ·Cuininulil'in. l f l : f ) 0 ii. ,ii, Chmrli Sclnioi incl Nul-it'iy.' J'KOO a. in. MurnlilK 'tiiycr n i n l K f i i n u l i : "Nnliuiial Imi i j i i i l l t y und Incllvldiiiil Ite.-lpiiil- Hlulllty." 7 :.'!d p. ni. lnicu!isi/.]i sn.'i.lltili on C h i l i - l l u n U v l n n . l n whlcir'ull .ire iviti-ii I'SprcHilly .liottp iiitellKSlcd i I ' t n i K ii ni'nlbL'tiiniii. Moiiiliiy, April Dili ;;:Wl p. ni. f i i x i l l m y iiu-el.ljif; jil.paj-lHh huuMi-. :lb p. in. YoiirilJ.Vco'pkVConflr- intlnn i:lanH at fy. JrUJIwT Rectory. W«lnTMlny. XnrilV'tllh ·:' 7:110 l). in. ttvonluc Auxiliary u iiii'et ut St-jVAmlrejvfiy^iul!!!! louse,. ' · '' '· . . St. Anthony's Church - ' Anthony, NVw IHr.xIcn 'l(t;v. I.eouaH Lukoslunnti, Pastor Moss, Spanish sermon, 8:30, Mass and English Sermon JO:4S. ilnsscs during the week at 7:30 a. m. The First and Third Sunday.? Masses at Bcrlno, N. M., at 9:30 a. ni. The Seeond and Fourth Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. In Chamberlno, N.,M. · -Baptism Sunday, 2-4 p.m. Assembly of God 7th and Van I'iitli-ii llev. 15. K. Franks, I'antor ·,,. Mr. Fred Arcs Supt. '"Sunday School each Sunday, beginning at OMfi a. m. Preaching Ben-ice begins at 11:00 a.m. Evening service begins at 7:30 with music by orchestra. '/Tuesday evening prayer and Bible study. Friday evening Christ Ambassador service by tho young people of the church. Iladio program 8:30 to f) n. m. encii Sunday morning over KOBIC. Episcoptl'Church Ciillro ICu»d,. MrMlla F»rli lt«v. Rtri'nrurt 1'.' ittnltllp* A'lcar ' j ' "-.'' .· 10:00 a. m. Church Sciibiii. 11:16 . in. Morn!nfr"i''inyiM' ajijl flci'inoii: Nullomil Ihinmi-nllty anil' Individ- al Hi'fiponHlblllty." . -'''i.* --.*· 0:30 p. in. Young ·PnSple'aJ'Sn 1 - ll'r Li'0|!lie.-7j30 p.,riv IjllWIU Scmilon al Bt; AndrawVi'.jlui 1 7:30 p. m. Evening v AuxllIuiy to ni'ot at HI. A|vi;l^}V;j JJjc.toiiy.-;. Monday " 4:10 ]. i Iriuatloti i St. Paul's I ChUrch'V .Cnn- A. C. UoujllU ' I'HMtiir, ··'. ioiik. Ulrrctilr ·f'Mimlo. Mrs. Kenneth tlt'lKtar, OrinnUt K. A. Vdentllift, Suiil. (if Chun:h (,'url . tin. 0. II. HiliiMlth,- Clinrrh Secy Church iichuoi dieVrUi' piuiiipllj it fl:-iri a. m. wlih n duns for uv'fi Tin- Mninlni; f !ii-i vice il Al 'he evening hour, 7:00 o'clocl '.he t h t r e MYK m^llpn will mm' in thi'lr u " i a l meclliift pUfv*. dny inoinliic I'ti'r the convrnlcr.fi of mother;«. . '. . · ton will always fiinl- a welcome. Church I.iHIh'inn cliuiTh kfrvlcc.i evorj ftrfit and tiilid Kumtay r\Rnin|$.n S p. m. Rundny achool f IA hrld n 7:15 Ji. nS. ThomhV firanljiltn Me morinl aiiilltorlum. Grandview Mission ArlxonH A (^M\|wrro,.tv ^ Rtmdny School.v:^ li. ni. . Moraine \YoiThlp 11 :(M u ,m. Tralnlii)! Unl.on'7, r n0.p. m,"^,- ' Evenlnp. Service li:00 p. ni- ls comTiilrnllyVliiodlfil In Hi andvlcw Ailinili]i.'..You ni( vltrti lo tiltrnd |iny'(ir all of (h Hcrvlces here. ' , ' ' ' . , ·* - - . ' · · ' First Biptlit Church Jofin h. l'*rrolt Mm. tot l-n. Wott»r«l, ·In, Soc; Mr*. 0, C. WMiiMBV Or««nl«t Sunday Behoo] 0:40.*. in. .MornlnK Worahlp_'Sjrrloi UlOi «. m. tnlui! ),. 7:,10 l..in. Church ' of the Nazarena 017 U'l-st I'lcnirlio llev. Wllllnm Mr.Mnliii! !i;4a SiinJay School 10:30 MomhiK \Vorship 7:00 N. Y. 1'. S. :mJ Junliira. 7:1.1. I-"vPii!nK Horvlut', S:(»0 \Wdneuday, iJiiiyt-r uieL-t- lie Miiri' lo uttond Chuieli Honu 1 .- lu-le. You u i c uiw'tlyn welcome t tlic ChiiiTh uf Uie Nuzarcne. · '. · ' « Pilgrim's Resi Church No. 1 I'rlmmvn.ttnjiU.it t Nuiv HOIIHR (111 tllcl r t* Avnniie . / IVorlh ul .Gin jfulah preaching, service Die r«t tind- third Sundays !n ehch lonth 1 fl* here atnlcd: Boturdtiy'; evc.nih^--7:30. Suniiny morning -- 9lnfflng ( ' 10; nd PrcacJiIns:, 11. ·_-^' i ' · ; · · · · Sunday evonlnj; uorvlpft, ,7:30, - Kveryonc wejcoiue fct 'Hit' 'a«r; .Elder V. I-. Johco, Minister. - 1 , . ;* 1 . !''. First Presbyieriah 1 · r ; . * . Church , , · K«T. l^runk K. Jon Mlnihlr.r 'rut. Vcrilln Mn.Vft, Oiolr Director MlM rrlfcdlU Wl«on. " ' -'*' !);45, Chucch so.tiun), Oucat "H. ! I a c k, ijiippnnUnilHnt.' J 1:00. ^hurRli nursery. 11:00 Moi-nin'n Woratitp Service . Prctudo ---'"The KounUlh"., Tdr- y t'lelchrir. Ahlhcin'-- "Ulfat;^ 1. O.My Soul," Iin)olUof-lvuiio|, \irij. 1 Kfchiictt MolKRHitl, UlrfiPlihff Xfp.ilpry ·- "Crridio SnhR. 1 ' Hnljili \lndov. Quai-Ul, -'- "Coin(;'-to OIL ^nyi'ti 1 Nnw," R (.:. Mnitci 1 .. Mrn flWl Mnr.ic, M I H . C. H. LitiHclH'ttJ Ipy li. t'r.'UiOe, Kcnncll MI .." idnnon-*.- A flry In lliu Nnltilit. ir, John M. Paxton of the Nt'\v .ifc Advance. LViUmtt! "Allc- ·1'n, 1 ' John Went. " .1:30 |i. in. - - NIIW 1-lfo Advunno ['(mfeuMici*, U l . Pa* tun. li^tliM, i;00 p. in. - Socotiit t0!JSiioti of Coiifpii'iu-o. .^;00 p. in. -· .hinlnr (\ 1 K li WoalnilnlMti'i 1 Ki'llowstilp ,n tho annex. 0:00 p. ni -- Collt'pr Proynuii flt 7:00. 7:00 p. in. ·-- Sonior Mijih Wo.^Undistt'i- J-Vllosv- i h l p in ilio undoi'orofi. First Christian Church flOl No. AiiirniMla April Stli. lfi. r )l-- T l i ». in. - Sermon' lopU-, "Hc- :h* ih« walt'i'rf of liabylon". 7:30 ]. ni. - Senuon toplr, "SlnndlnR on the proinisi-H 11 . Seventh Day Adventist \V.I.A. Hall, fltO X. !l«,v»iond L, K, Furrh, KUlor Sabbath School, 0:30 a, m. ClftMrn for all nf;ea. VLnltors Rl- ivny« woloomo. . · i Worship Servlcn 11:00 t. m. First Baptist Church ' Mc.Hllla Park Alvln Su'curlngen, Fwtor Sunday School, S:4Q a.m, Worship Service, 10:50 'a.m. Church Nursery, 11 a. m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 o'cloch. Prayer meeting, 7:30 p.m., Wednesday. Choir practice, 7:30 p.m. Thuri- day. * Church of God American U-glun Hull 333 South Mriin Sunday school, 9;4D; Morning service. 10:45; Young .People's meeting 7:00. Evening Evangelistic service. 7:10 p. in.. "A. unified service in a divided world," A hearty welcome awalta you at all oui 1 services Second Baptist Church I. Sftniuei HwlHl'ier. 'Pwior 0;:)0 n. m. K u n d n y School U n. m. Morning Worship Subject Tilornlriff: "EnteHnp tlie Kingdom of God." 0:^0 p. in. Training Union, 7:^0 p. in, Kvcnin^ Woralilp. Hubjcct Rvpniny: "Startinif Ufe Over." Voti me iilvvaye welcome to worship w i t h us. Wi; iMiLni to worohlp, we depnvl servp. PhiJlips Chapel C. M. E. Church Itov. C t'hoinpHon, Vnnttir SundBy SL-hnol, 10:00 i a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m Epworth League, 8:80 p.m. Evening Worh'ip, 7:30 p,.m. Kveryonc IN Invited to Btterid United Pentacosial Church · UH \Vefit ChMtnut rtrv. W. K. Fox Sen-tees helil ut. 7:iG p. m. W«d- iBHduy.-'Priilny nnU Sunday. SUndny. School-^10 n, m. . , ' Service' ut )3 a. m. , Penl(K:ostal Holiness ' '· Church ,1. W. Edffn In CtwrKo · J0:00'a. 'ill. Chiifch 'chobl. .-· 1.1:00 a; nii'Monitn(f SeiTioe 7: " O p * m'. "-Kvenltig Soi-vlcc. 7':it6 p. in.;.Wednc(|day - Bible Study niul p'rayisr., . ' ' · ; .'·' ·· Jvi'vyon); i.i Welcome,-- ''. · Falracies gaptlii Church "'·" iiniu T.'.Turner. .Miibt 8Mb n j . i n . Sunday aclibol. ll.ii. lii. Morning wol-sljip. 7.p. ml 11TU. .;.'". 8 p.'in. r7vchlh(i Wqrjtlilp. . lin|ilhit lU'vlvul beginning Mure: IS through April 1. Prayer serV ky onftli-oVenliiR at 7:16 hrtd HOn, Hcrvitd lit 7:30. Kcv. Hdrshcl Piirk from Ctlohu, Ailzonft, EVfliigollst Hull- T. TuiniM, paHlor \\'lll nflslut * Faith Tabernacle I'^IIO I'^iiHt Kmistif. Ktri'til OiltnuM Hluliidlivv. 1'iiNlur 1'. 1.. I'uttoii. Mlintlay Schuol HulMTlnt^iultMit 10 u. in. Hinuhiy School. 11 u. in.'Morning worship. 7 p. in. Young Peophr.i meellnj Kveryonc Is vvuicnme. . W| DlifliicHvelymodornttt- ·j ice« tint rtUin tli« r»v- 1 trent fe»lur«t «Mch. IM " generations, h«v« m«rV«J f lh« p«ning o( lovtd on«i. To cnch of us a tlmo 1ms born nllnttcd. WP do.'nur work, build our love nnd tlitm .continue on to oilier dnys and other worlds. ' FULMER MEMORIAL MORTUARY "A Reputation for Fnir Dpnlinfi" ' £ 1492 North Muln Cull 1200 Jr* Church of ChrUt ·NNirtkl bn The «|;ecl ApOBtle 'John once ild, "r'N?»'.i in .-the spirit of the ord's d.iy". We hope this finds ou in the spirit of worship on in. the Lord's (lay.; The Church Ohrisl extends to ypii a cordial vltatiop to come an^'liring your 'mlly lo (lie pIMe 'ucliool, begin- ,'ng at ?:i5 ii..,ni. · Preaching will e at 10:^5 a! ni. by 'lhe : local inm- te'r. Floyd H. Hortop. The bibic chool meets'thin evening «t 6:SO. reacliing will be »t 7:jp p. m. The mcn'i tralninf, class ii on onctay'at 7:30 p. m. The mjd- eck prayer service . and Bible' hool is'on Weiinesday at 7:30 m. The ladies Bible class meets lursday at 2:00 p. 'm. The Gosel broudoat is heard, each Sun- ay 'morning from 8:00 to 8:30 vm KOBE H50 kll. You nre at- a'ys welcome at ' t h e Church of hrist where you will hear the jospel of Chi-ist. Church of Ctirisi 132Q : N(irth. S(HI|lllle Alex Roberta, Fantor Sunday School 10 u.-'in. Morning Worehip'11:16.» . Oomniunjon 12 noon '·'' Bible Service «.'?0 'n. m. Evening: Worship 7 p. m. Church of.Jeiui Christ '^'Latter Day Salnlpi .""·; (Mormoi) WIA Building Raymond and Court Keith" Romncy Branch President. Sunday School," Earl Carbine, superintendent, 10 a. m. Church service, 11:25 a. m. Christian Science Services Branlgan Library Sunday school 0:30 a.m. 1 Morning service, 11 o'clock. Wednesday testimonial meeting, 8 p. m. "UNREALITY" is the Lesson- SerTnon subject for Sunday, April 8, 1951. · · · GOLDEN TEXT: Every tree that bringelh forth not good fruit :ls hewn down, and east Into tile fire! (Matt. 7:18). SERMON: Passages. from the Bible (Ming Janies Version) inelude: "The Lord .is righteous in all his ways,'and' holy in all his works. (Ps. 1-15:17). Correlative passages f r o m "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary -Baker Eddy, inchlde: "What' is termed material sense can report only a mortal temporary sense of things where as spiritual sense can beai witness only to.Truth, (pase.298) New Mexico's Disabled Veterans: Rehabilitaied Foi 1 Useful Work t Move .than 3,000 disabled.. New Mexico veterans --' arrion^ .them_ men who ]6st"lheii i "sight"'or limbs In combat--have been given a chance" to make their own way in life through a law that is eight r ears old this week end. The law," signed by the President on March 24, 1943, during: 'the leight of the war, is Public Law 16, 'the .Vocational Rehabilitation Act/ Through it,-more than 60,000 disabled veterans in this country have been enabled to train at Government expense for jobs they can "hold despite their'handicaps. Now* Ettrn Way Of the. 3,000 veterans in New Mexico^-who-have trained, or are training, under Public Law 16 during the past eight years, more than 1,350 : have been -rehabilitated to the point where they are .?ow able to.earn livings as trained workers, Gune A. Robens. manager.'of the VA Regional Office in Albuquerque, reports) . * - ( bf the approximately 3,600 disabled men approved for training in this state, 1,350 have been rehabilitated. 408 are still in train Ing, and an. additional 1,250 have interrupted their training for on reason'or another. ' TJoday, 217.are in. schools' of higher -learning, 3 are .in other- types of schools,.'3£ ·e training'on the job anil 13a are eoeiving' institutional-- -oh-farm raining. . In New Mexico, types of jobs for vhioh disabled veterans have re- eived training, range from high- y-skilled professions t° hard labor m farms. ' j Overcomes Hamlirap , .' One veteran with a 100 .per cent Usability for polio residuals is vorking at the University of New Mexico power plant. ' . , Another -with 8U per cent loss if hearing has become 'tin adept worker for an awning company. Several amputees have received training and are now wdrking foi the Veterans Administration. At least' six amputees have been rehabilitated by training on the farm. To Become Mfnfster One veteran, totally, disabled b arthritis,'is studying to'become an Episcopal minister. · A Bataan veteran, severely dis abled by leg in juries,;-, trained fine today is a- competent^ salesman. An , Albuquerque veteran" wh lost the use of both legs in tin war took, training · under Puhlii Law IB and has been working fo several years at Sandia Base as an expert watch repairman.: Is Skilled Worker . ; , ·Another Albuquerque · vetera vho lost a leg in thq war .studied t the. University of New, Mexico nd today is a highly/skilled work- v a t Sandia Base. . ".. Public ^LaU- IG still* has more han five" years to go, expiring for Vorlrt Wai- II"vetemna on July 5, 1956. ' ' ,'" Late in I9n0, .the benefits of the aw were extended to many veterans disabled since fighting started n Korea. The deadline for them s nine years from the end.of. thd current emergency -- fl date yet o be set. Captured Japanese Troops Reported Fighting I» Korea NEW YORK, April 7 WI -- Tho New York Daily, Nevs, In a special dispatch from Washington, said today. Red Japanese troops, anialgamated with the Communist Chinese Manchurian army, arc massing: on the Korean border in Mrinchuria. House Speaker Sam Royburn interrupted House debate on the draft bill yesterday and stated that troops other than 'Chinese were massing in Manchuria. Raybum dirt not identity the troops. The U. S., Mexico; Canada ?.nd Australia produce obout three rourllis of tile world's lead. You In The Church The Church InYou- Form a combination, for good. V/e should attend church regularly. Every man, woman and child needs the influence of the CHURCH. Be Faithful! Be How'frequently we .hear it said, "This is just as good as the real thing!'' Maybe so. in lesser matters, such as. particular, foods or.clothing or.brands of aspirin. But in the larger realm of character and morality and religion,.it can.never.-be true. . / There is no substitute for integrity ol soul. One cannot afford to be almost honest or fairly truthful-or halfway dependable. Honesty and genuineness of life have no substitutes. There can be no substitute lor genuine friendliness; in fact, a "substitute" is a fraud here... it is hypocrisy and treason to a man's better self. There is no substitute lor'.brotherliness. One is a neighbor or he is not. This Series Of Ads Is Being Published Each Sunday Under The Sponsorship Of The Following IP. RIO GROCERY 8t MARKET "Make your .dollars have more sense." . West ot Viaduct on 80 Phone 2S9-W HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE CO.Ml'ANT Appliances -- Sales -- Service -- Repairs ·'·" '. FINEST PUMP SERVICE 126 W. OrlRflS Avo. ' Phono S6S-W SCOTT'S MAGNOLIA SERVICE STATION , PAUL SCOTT, Manager Washing -- Ore«slng -- Tlrot and Repair 1001 \V. Plctfho Phone 883.R MR.' AND MRS. D. C. McCARTY PLUMBING and HEATING ·112 N. Water Phone VALLEY PRODUCTS COMPANY Wholesale Groceries. - Tobacco 740 W. Amador Pllor P. H. BURN General Contractor * 20!i A 200 Carver Bids. Phono 973 EQUIPMENT SUPPLY CO. OF N. M., Inc. AUis-Chalmers Farm Machinery 1.17 South Church ' · Phone J6S NELSON'S FUNERAL HOME Complete, Understanding Service 419 S. Main , ' Phone 16S THRIFT GROCERY STORES STORE XO. 1 · STORE NO. 2 116 W. Las Criices Avo. 323 N. Main Street Phones 70 ami 71 Phones SS and 80 J R GULF SERVICE STATION Truck Stop-- 24-Hour Service -- Tires,;-* Batteries .JOHN'P. DUFF mill ItAY MONTIVILLE . .1400 W. Plracho Phone 3B7-W

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