Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on April 15, 1973 · Page 18
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Sutw April is, 1973 Speaker Methodist Bishop R. Marvin "Stuart will officiate and speak .at the 1:30 p.m. dedication ' today of the Grace United Methodist Church, 2385 103rd Ave. The church, first organized in 1940, is now out of debt, Its 16-voica choir will sing at ths service today in . new robes. Church Events In the Eastbay finalists In Bank Awards At 4 p.ra. today the Rev. Earl Kehret will be installed as pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church, 890 Fargo Ave., San Leandro. Cantata At 7 p.m. today there wfll be the premiere performance of the Easter Cantata, written by Dale Annis and Dan Burris, at the Walnut Creek Presbyterian Church, 1720 Oakland Blvi, Walnut Creek. R«t*wal Thorn* "Renewal in Daily Living" is the theme for the Holy Week series to be presented by Ken Berven and Art Perri at the Concordia Lutheran Church, 976 Oak Grove Road, Concord. The presentations will be at the 8:15 and 11 a.m. services today and at 7:30 p.m. Monday through Wednesday. Chamber Ensemble The Trinity Chamber Ensemble will present a concert of religious music at 3 p.m. today at Trinity United Methodist Church, 2320 Dana St., Berkeley. Permanent Facility Sojonrner Truth United Presbyterian Church will move officially into its first permanent facility at the 11 a.m. service today. The new building is at 2621 Shane Drive, Richmond. Chancel Choir The chancel choir of the College Avenue United Presbyterian Church, 5951 College Ave., will present 'The Centurion," an Easter cantata by Jack Coleman, at 8 p.m. today. Seder, Communion 'The First Congregational Church, 2345 Channing Way, Berkeley, will present a seder at 7 p.m. Thursday followed by communion at 8 p.m. The seder is a Passover meal commemorating the Jewish exodus from Egypt. Silver Strike OTTAWA (AP) - The gov- ·ernment ordered a halt to the export of pre-1968 Canadian coins "by profiteers who melt them down for the silver content. The coins are worth much more as metal than as money. Six Eastbay community college students have been named finalists in the Bank of America's 1973 Community College Awards program. i They are among 40 Northern California students eligible for the final competition to be held Wednesday at the Hilton Hotel in San Francisco. A total of 121,000 will be . awarded. First place winners in each of four study fields will receive 12,000. Local finalists are June Ka- »zuko Onodera of Berkeley, * Santa Rosa Junior Colege student, in the-fieW of social sciences and the humanities; . Charles Myer of El Cerrito, Contra Costa College, a finalist in the field of science and engineering; Maria Alcorcha of . Oakland, Merritt College, and Liane Tinkey of Sunnyvale, De Anza College; in the technical and vocational field, and James Amy of Alameda, College of Alameda, and Eaton Clapp Jr. of Oakland, Armstrong College, finalists in the business category." 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