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RedhnKfe Daily Facte 2 - Saturday, Feb. 15, 1969 CHURCH OF THE NAZAtENE East atnis and North Grove street Rev. Andrew Yoons. pastor. Sunday school 9:45. Motnmg woidi^ 10:45, subject; "Tl>e Supreme Surrender". Young people's society 6:00. I Evening service 7:00. subject: > "Whom Do Excuses Insult?" CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH 301 Cajon street Rev. Gene Beezer. pastor. Sunday school 9:30. Uoming worship 11:00. subject: "Keep Your Clothes On." Young people's society 6:00. Evening service 7:00, subject: "•Hie Book of Hie Revelation."! WESTSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST (Chrirtian) 1495 W. Olive, Eedlands. Ted Hurlburt. minister. Sunday sdiool 9:30. Morning worship 10:30. subject: "Moment of Decision". Matt 16:21-28. Youth choir rehearsal and teacher training class 5:30. Youth groups 6:30. Evening service 6:30. J!id-Week service Thursday 7:00. CHUIIKS CALVARY RAPTIST (TRINITY IPISOOrAL- FIRST RAmST CHURCH OF MENTONE Mentone boulevard oear Cnt- ton avemi. Sunday Bchool 9:45. Morning worship U :00. sub-; ject: "Does God Wut Us To Be Sick?" Young Peofik's aociety 6:00. Evening service 7:00, subject: Comer of Barton Botd and; Alabama street I Affiliated with General Baptist Conference. Dr. John P. Forsyth, interim i pastor. Sunday schooL ,9:30. Morning worship 10:30. Young people's society 6:00. Evening service 7:00. CHURCH OF RELIGIOUS SCIENCE 402 Churdi street Eleanor M. Saflell. mioittcr. Sunday school 10:00. Morning worship 10:00. subject: "Keeping Your Balance' Titurraic'lienittbl) Sautheatt' "The HaUtatioa of God' Fourth .tnet ud Westi „ ^ , a T^rti- p-f», High streets. S^n.^^'and sermon- Satunia^ ^-OO choir rehearsal Pktsbjfterians start Wednesday Lenten series AA Wednesday, Feb. 19. wSl mark the begimiiC of the IM9 Lenten Series of Wednesday eve-i Dr. Trueblood says man Is proof of existence of God Br LOUIS CASSELS UnHs4 fed. and in addition to animals, which do not make mwal ning MowsUp supper meetii». ^-J^*^are beings T%>e PresbytoSdiu ^il«!'*«"'«* ^f^^^ ,^'^^1^^ are able to entertain con- the generd theme. "Worship Is sonatity, in what he beUeves ts be an utterly impersonal world. A bdiever believes in God partly because he is unable to make a leap of faith as £re£t as tfaa I atheist is forced to make." 11:00. Jr. and Sr. EYC 7:00. Journey in Faith 7:30. FIRST FRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Cajon and Vine streets. Minister: Mark Uwis drews. D.D. Moniittg ntmhip 9:0S An- and F:RST CONGREGATIONAL „rS ^"^ject:^en the WU- Northwest comer Cajon street VJJ ^SB^O^.. and West OUve avenue. Eev., '™** Harry G. Suttner. pastor. Sunday school 10:00. Morning worship 10:00, subject: "On Forgiveness". ! FIRST ASSEMBLY OF COD 1445 Ford Street Ford street offramp. Rev. Wliam Brewer, pastor, i FIRST METHODIST ?f^7 ^'^^•'^\^ „ one East Olive avenue. , J ""S?, J^^Jn'^^L.^JJ^ Rev. H. Mike Fink, pastor. ^^J-.^^^,^^^^ Sunday school 9:00, chUdren £^^,!^J;'% „,- K„ grad^ 1^; 10:10 grades 5 thru Morning worship 9:00 and '^'^f ^'^y 11:15, subject: "Servants of a FIRST CHRISTIAN Boundless Love". i REFORMED Snack supper for Sr. Highs andj 1135 church street Burger Bar for Jr. Highs 6:00.! Rev Henry Radius pastor Sr. Highs organize viataUon and 7 to 9 p.m. *=30. Sunday school 9:30. ! '•Morning worship 10:45. sub- BROOKSIDE FREE METHODIST , San Mateo and Temessee. i Rev. Wesley LTKeUer. pastor. • Sunday school 9:45. ! Homing worship 10:50, ser- iffloo by Evangelist Bev. C. E. Griffith, subject: "What Is Man?" Young people's society 6:00. Evening service 7:00, sermon by Rev. C. E. Griffith, subject: "Tracedy or Triumph". FIRST BAFTIST Southwest comer West OHve a%'enue and Cajoo street. Rev. Ivan B. Bell, pastor. Sunday school 9:30. Morning worship 11:00. subject: "Should We Let Hie Tares Grow?" Jr. Baptist fellowship 5:00. Sr. B.Y.F. 6:15; Jr. Ugh FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST * Nortl ^St comer Fourth and « 9* ?*J^**T*'. Momtog worship 11:00. sub -IBo* »^ Destiny", ject: "Soul" The sermon deals. UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP with marriage and the home. {CHURCH OF REDLANOS Wednesday evenmg service; pord Street. S:". I Sunday school 9:45. ilomine worship 11:00. 'mon by Mr. Donald Mazdiasz jedt: "God 's Righteousness and™*? His Grac* in Our DeUverance''.!.„ ,„ ._j Evenmg service 6:00 and _.00. Adult Forum SL ond Baptist church of Redlands.' FIRST EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN Rev. John D. Foerster, pastor. 1307 W. CyproM. Sunday school 9:15. Morning service 8:00 and l,r /avJu "i"^' '^^^ »rr .'lob ^aS "";uT!lO :45. subj«:t: "What Do You OUve avenue. Punishment Ask of God?" COMMUNITY BIBLE CHURCH ser- Rev. Clifton W. Usiey, pastor. ^J- Sunday school 9:45. "^^'^ Morning wship 11:00, sub- UNIVERSITY METHODIST ject: '"Hie Acts of the Apos- 910 East Colton avenue, ties". Rev. Robert B. Perry, pastor. 5F'RIDII^N""'" '"""^^0:S ^^1 .jec 'r?X ^s^BeS Old-fashioned — Fundamental. Independent. 831 Clay street Pastor Pha Coulter. Sunday school 9:45. Morning worship 10:45. Evening service 7:00. SACRED HEART CATHOLIC Southeast comer West Olive avenue and Eureka street Rev. Henry W. Keane, pastor. Rev. John J. Keenan, associate pastor. Sunday Masses at <:15. 7:45, 9:00, 10:30 a.m.; noon and 5:30 pm. Confessions Saturday from 3 to S and 7 to 8:30 pjn. HIGHLAND AVENUE CHRISTIAN REFORMED Highland and Redlands boulevard. Rev. William Van Feursem, pastor. Sunday school 11:20. Moming worship 10:00. subiject: "Tne Good of AfflicUon Young people's society 6:00. , Evening service 7:00, sermon I by Rev. C. Boomsma. subject: "Knowing One's Self'. BETHEL CHRISTIAN REFORMED Comer Lugonia and Clay. Julius Vigb, Jr., pastor. Sanday school 11:15. Moming worship 10:00, subiject: "The Christian's Conflict & Victory". Young people's society 11:15. Evening service 7:00. subject: "Why Did Jesus Suffer?" ; CHURCH OF COD "HOLINESS" We*ln«" Comer Clay and Western S. h. Bladcwell, pastor. Ben M. Brakebill. Teacher and Supt Sunday school 10:00. Moming worship 11:00. Evenmg service 7:00. Thursday Bible study 7:00. UNITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST AiMrkan BapHsl AsaecMiaii Young people's society 7:00. TEMPLE BAPTIST (S UU II MI n) 611 E. Cypress avenue. lirilUam n. Bell, pastor. Academy of Christian training 9:00. Sunday school 10:00. Horoing worship 11:00, subject: "Heaven, Fantasy or Fact?" Evening service 6:30. subject: "Your Life & Its Fruit". CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN Rev. Euflene R. Pauhts. pastor. Church and Colton. ! Sunday school & fible Class 9:15. Moming worship 8:00 & 10:00, ! subject: "My Pre-Lent Oedara- tiOD*' Mid-vedc Lent service 7:30, subject: "The Hands of Christ". MENTONE CONCREOATIONAL COMMUNITY CHURCH* Southwest comer of Beryl avenue and Mentone boulevard. Rev. Vincent B. Wayland, Sr., pastor. Sunday schoai 9:30. Moming worship 10:45, ject: "Other Moccasins." BETHANY REFORMED 70S CajoB street Bev..Donald L. Weenhoff, paster. Sunday scbool 9:40. Mommg worship 11:00. subject: "What A Look At God Can Do For You". Evening service 7:00. subject: "Oedsiaiis, Decisions,- Decisions". YUCAIPA CALIMESA CHURCH SERVICES YUCAIPA VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN 34558 Avenue E. Rev. Wendell G. Wollam. Church school 9:25. Morning worship 11:00, sermon by Rev. Vickrey Dougherty, minister Yucaipa United Methodist church. subject: "Hiat Tliey May Be One". Ministers Pul|Mt Exhange Sunday. Jr. High group 1:30; Sr. High group 6:30. PRINCE OF PEACE LUTHERAN (Wis. Syned) Hughes Funeral Chapel 33629 Yucaipa Boulevard Rev. Hugo Wamke. Homing worship 8:30. Sunday school 10:00. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF YUCAIPA Adams and Beech. Rev. Vickrey Dougherty, pastor. Sunday school 9:50. Moming worship 9:00 and U:00. Young people's society <:30. YUCAIPA VALLEY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Avenue H at Second street Rev. W. H. Burton COMMUNITY CHURCH OF DUNLAP ACRES (Fundamental-I At the first session, tfae Uienie win be "Worrinp is . . . Communion" and the sacrament of the Lord's Sapper, uang coo- temporary forms, wiH be admin- Utered. Hie Women's association will be sponsoring this first meeting Brian Swanson and (he Bev. Mark U Andrews win be the eo- onfinators. H K feUowahip evenmci in John Knox ban wiH start at 6:30 p.m. cadi* WgdiWBctey mder] spcmsordixp oC a dittoRot ptriili organizatte. Oiild ctn tot SIIM I. difldpcn wiU be provided and there wifl be a motivation proffmn for diiMcn under 12. Tlie proffwns wiH condude at 8:30 p.m. says a man has only to look at „ - „ „„^^ ,„j , himsdf to find a powerful ar- P"^P°«*^ ^ gument for the existence of Anyone who mediates on the God. . ; "amazing fact" that such beings i ftitftnanw Ibis argument is devdoped in have emerged in an apparently jUnUOl CfCllliy ^*.^"^- '^'**t .^.unfeeling material universe is K 2^ to find himsdf asking. "Tbete are many good rea-•««>«• orjater. "What kind of sons far knowh« that God real-;worid it must take to produce ly exists." says Dr. TrueMood. such an emergence." "But no reawn is more com-, obviously, it is a world peOing.than that which is m-l services at UR to begin m Tbe University of Redlands' Four Yucaipa divdies plan pastor exchange SS ^-4rt™,i-i.nHW wir.t »^ Evening Services of vdved m understandmg wnat it,^ ^ exist-: Wor*ip will resume lomonow at 6:30 p.m. in Memorial Cbapd with a meditatiaa by Cbaplain is to be a person." If modem men and women ence. And the undeniable reality i Sc'^mSS 'hTCfiS •^'^ rTrilmr "Sr"^ their ideas about God, they wiU beghi not with abstract specula-' persons. "We may never be able to know whether there are think' ing. sdf-c«asdoas and partly sdf-directing beincs anywherej dse in the universe.'Bat wei know that sodi beinss tiist in this centnry on one of the smaller planets, in orbit aroand one partiealar san. TUs may seem too obvious , M ^ . •* . to mentiflB, beonuse it is com' fa m eflbrt to disptoy a sense ^ knowledge. But it is cer- of Unity wtlfahi the dnvehes m uinly not tocTobvioas to exam- Yucaipa. four coMregatKmswill U j,, one of the I From the viewpoint of farmu- Participating btdude F i r s t latine a phflosophy about the on- Christian Qiurch. Faith Luther- gin and nature of the universe, an Church, Yucaipa Methodist ward a personal God as crea- paring for Worship." tor. . 1 The Cbapd Singers, under the tims bat with the "experienced! "Here is the most difficult direction of J. William Jones^ fact" of thdr own ejdstence as problem to be faced by the per-j'^^fg »|f ^""^Pj.„ .« .>.,. evening cantjcle based on Luke ion who seda to deny that Godl1.46.55_ and a motet based on really is," says Dr. Triieblood. a third century Gre^ text. "He is forced to adopt the cred-l Graduate student Nancy ulity of one who believes ihatj^ earing ean emerge from a fun-j danMBtally unoaring world. Slater will sing an aria from a Bach cantata, accompanied by two fhites and the orgaa. Opening music to this service "WhDe the Christian is faced'wiU include "Night Soliloquy" by the perplexing problem ofjby Koit Kennan played by Oa» eva, the unbdiever is faced by the .vastly more difficult and more faoHUng proMem of per- Attorneys to held diologue mille Churchfield. The public is invited to attend the service. Services were sus- ipended during Uie mterim se- i mester in January. Baptists in they dearly bdong to another order of reafity." Because there are persons, "we know that in addition to bodies, such as the sub- snb- CHURCH OF CHRIST 1031 Ohio street (comer of Brockton and Ohio). Don Hesterley, minister. Bible study 9:45. Preaching and communion 10:45. Evening sernce 6:30. Tuesday Bible study 7:30. LOMA LINDA ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER Rev. Joseph Snoj, pastor. Sunday Masses. 8, 10 and U a .m. Weekday Mass, 7:30 a .m. Novena to Jesus of Prague. Tuesday. 7:30 p.ffl. Confessions Saturday. 3 to 5:30 MT. ZION MISSIONARY BAPTIST 1202 Orange street Rev. Charles L. Hopkins, pastor. Morning worship U :00. Wednesday service 7:30. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Fourth and Claric streets. REDLANDS FRIENDS MEETING (Quakers) Meeting for Worship Sunday. 10:00 a.m., 114 West Vine street CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST «THOL,C OF LATTER DAY SAINTS - *^-J*tV\-IJr^^i REDLANDS WARD ^"'^ Columbu street Rev. Si 640 South Center street , ^ Moa. pastor Rev. J. Redlands ward - Bishop Dean Edmund Andre, asa^^ M. Greet Masses Sunday 7. 8 (^Mnisfa) TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH 9 (chddren's). 10 and U a.m.! (SeuHiem) 10595 Nevada street Pastor. Brother B. G. WoodaU. Sunday schod 9:45. Worship service 10:45. Baptist Training class (:30. Worship service 7:30. Mid-wedc Service Wednesday 7:30. CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 1000 RooseveH Road. Claude E. Parker, minister. Sunday school 9:45. Moming worship lu :45. Evening service 6:30. Wednesday e\-ening Bible study 7:00. HOPE PROTESTANT REFORMED CHURCH 403 West Colton. Rev. C. Hanko, pastor. Sunday school. 11:45. Morning worship 10:00. ject: "Christian Discipline". Young people's sodety 11:45, subject: "More Tban Conquerors". Evening service 7:30. aibject: "Saved By A Woridng Faith". MENTONE ASSEMBLY OF GOD Turquoise and Brighton. Wayne Marr. pastor. LUGONIA AVENUE FOURSQUARE CHURCH lias East Lugonia. Rev. Kenneth R. Browning, pastor. SALVATION ARMY 838 AlU Street Lt Oriin Jackson Sunday scbool 9:45. Holiness meeting 11:00. Salvation meeting, 7 p.m. Wed. Bible study and prayer meeting. Friday, young peoples meeting 6:00. 300 E. Pennsylvania 8 ajn. — Priesthood meeting 9:30 a.m. - Sunday sd«d '^^'^-^^ Monday. 3:00 pjn-SaoM^rt «>^.T^^^rJ^^SM^S^tBIMk'l FAITH ^'T^J^^'^'^^'^^^'y'^S.'l 1007 College A«nu. ^^al ^-'^S -d meeting ^.m.: Tbursday 8 ..m. 11:30 a .m. — Sunday schod Omfessions Saturday 4 p.a. 5 pjn. - Sacrament meeting '"^ ^ P"»JESUS NAME PENTECOSTAL Rev. Bob Biece. pastor. Sanday scbool 10:08. EVANGEL TEMPLE ASSEMBLY OF COO 1202 Orange G. W. Dnnagan. pastor Sunday school 9:45. Moramg wordiip 11:00. Evangelistic. 7:00. Ibnrsday BiUe study 7:30. IMPACT OF REDLANOS (Ui4M Prssbytaffan) Clement Jr. High ScfaooL Bev. Hardd Rndspetfa. 7 :30 p.m. Sunday. STATE STREET CHRISTIAN 601 E. SUte street Rev. Maurice F. Lyerla. Di>., EMMANUEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST UW Ocddenlal drive SECOND MPTIsr CHURCH Ifiotfe aMl Staart t««anc Charles C. CoMor. I 12717 Fourteenth street. Rev. Albert Terwilliger. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, YUCAIPA 1250S Fourth street Sunday service 11 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Children cared for during Sanday church service. Wednesday evening testimonial meeting, 8 p.m. Reading room, 12U4 California street Open daily except Sundays ai^ holidays 10 a.m. to 4. GREEN VALLEY BIBLE CHURCH 12152 Bryant street, Yucaipa. Rev. Paul Buser FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. Ronald C. Haus, pastor. Comer of Second and B streets. Sunday school 9:45. Moming worship 11:00. C.A. 5:30. Evangelistic Rally 7:00. , Wednesday, 7:00, famUy nighti ST. ALBAN'S EPISCOPAL Avenue A and Adams. Rev. Peter Wallace, Vicar. Services at 8 a.m. and 10:15. FAITH LUTHERAN OF YUCAIPA VALLEY 12449 Califbmia, Yucaipa. Sanday school 8:45. Church at Worship, 10 ajn. CHURCH OF CHRIST (YUCAIPA) 33981 Yucaipa boulevard. Burt V. Pauley, G. Max Tarbet and P. L. Winehell, ministers. Bible school 9:45. Moming worship 10:40. Evening worship 6:30. CALIMESA CALVARY BAPTIST TIdrd street and Avenue L. Bible school 9:45. Monbig worship, 11. Youth FeUowsbip 6:30 p.m. Evening worship, 7:30. FIRST BAPTIST OF CALIMESA »I0 South Second street. Rev. David E. Hansen. Moming worship 10:45 a.m. Baptist Youth Fdlowship $:30. Evening worship 7:30. CALIMESA COMMUNITY CONGREGATIONAL Ax-enne J and CaHmesa bool*- vard. Sunday school 9:45. Yoottg people's sodety 8:30. YUCAIPA FREE METHODIST 124n nirteenth street Rev. T. A. White. UNITY OF YUCAIPA Rev. Fredric D. Rogers, pastor. Sanday schod »M.. YUCAIPA FIRST BAPTIST 34784 Yucaipa boalcvard. Rev. William Sloan, paster. CHiurch. and Yucaipa Presbyterian Church. Pastors of the congregations will exchange pulpits, and will base their sermons on the same passage of scripture, Eph. 4:1-6. Ibe pastors taking part share the conviction that tbe Church of Christ in Yucaipa and m the world of ten exists in a fractured form, with a great emphasis on those things which separate one group from an- The location of the preachers The third in the adult forum wiU be; Pastor Wenddl WoUam series, "OrinU of Outreach Dr. Trueblood says, "the great significance of persons is *at torneys tomorrow at U :00 a.m. "Does Capital Pumshment MontOHO iiaVO Deter Crime" will be tlie topic; . . of a dialogue between two at-; DUSV WOO R at the Unitarian Feitowsbip Church of Redlands, 1515 Ford street Donald Mazdosz and Robert forms of rocks, which do not wade. attorneys on the staff of Sixteen young people fivm the Mentone First Baptist c h u r c h were in Anahdm Wednesday afternoon to attend tbe David WU- kerson Super Rally at die Ana- Baptists slate third adult forum series • the Office of Public Defender ofjheim Arena. Nearly all of the I San Bernardino County, will dis-! 9000 seats were taken by young I cuss the various facets of the people from throughout the ' modem controversy over capital southern part of the state. ; punishment and the question of: .Making the trip were Fred ttt.ether it should be abolished. • and Roger Stafford, David Heni Visitors are wdcome. i derson, Doris, Diane and Da- •,vid Oakes, Kathy Meyer, Doug will speak at First Christian Church. Pastor Steven ACller will speak at Faith Lutheran. Pastor Paul Jorstod will speak at Yucaipa Methodist and Pastor Vickrey Doughtery will speak at Yucaipa Presbyterian. All four pastors jom in urging the participating congregations Conference will be hdd tomorrow from 6-. *» • 8:30 p.m. at the First Baptist. OU SUnOaV church, 51 West OKve ave-| _ _ , ' , 'Z. UK.. J Schools set The program will be a meet-' ing between (he First Baptist church and Second Baptist church of Redlands reviewing past relationships between the Tbe third program of the 1969 San Bemardia)-Ri«rside asso- Bell, Jimmie Clark, Glen Newton, Jim Cockeriiam, Joan Williams, Mike Oesterblad, Randy Blackwdl, Sue Oberley and Earl Heam. Accompanying the group were Marshall and Helen Oester­ blad and Charles Henderson. Wednesday evening a group from the churdi, headed by their to give support to Unity Sunday. churches, present mutual '^'^ ^ ———^ . concerns and possible future ac- James Jackson to preach in Yucaipa tivities together. The Second Baptist church chorale, led by Dr. Don Grant choir win sing. Dr. Ivan BeU,j will present a half hour concert elation of Sunday Schools will J pastor, the Rev. David Wdtzri, be hdd Monday niglit at Muni- were in charge of the 7:30 serv- cipal Auditorium, Seventh, and ice at the Christian Industrial Lemon streets. Riverside. ; League Mission on West Third The Azusa-Pacific Co 11 ege street in San Bemartoo. pastor of First Baptist and Rev. Charles Connor, Second Baptist, n-ni speak. The public is wd­ come to attend. Special week Dr. James Jackson, professor of speech and dean of stodeots at Pasadena coDege, will preach; at both the 10:45 a.m. and ^ , pm. services at tbe Yucaipa ifflf r ||nCtian VaUey Church of the Nararene .l IW* VIHiailOII "Hie Rev. Mr. Jackson attend- 1 gtm a I *_ J rd Redlands schools and was a rillirfll SiflfeO resident of the area for 10 i9Hii %ii to begin tbe evening at 6:30 p.m. Speaking to the general session will be Dr. Avrid Carlson, pastor of the Evangelical Free Churdt of Orange. Dr. Carlson I has been a key figure in Chris- ^tian education and speaker at ; many national Sunday School and GLASS Conventions and In: stitutes. Work-shops will begin at 8 p.m. and feature classes of con Rev. Weitzel brought the message and a men's quartet from the Mentone church presented special music. Swving as accompanists were Mrs. RussiB Johnson and Mrs. Carl Bender. Those who went induded Messrs. and Mmes. Cari Bender, Glenn Repp, Russell Johnson. Others were (Charles Wayne and son David, Gewge Ferguson Clarence Charlton, Peter Martin and Re\-. and Mrs. Wdtzd. Rev. David Weitzd, Cbaries Wayne, Pete Martin, Russell years. He graduated from Red- Col- cern to all. Such subjecU as: Johnson and H. Y. Reyndds represented the Mentone church at hioh .nj i>>.nH«.9 CAi Febraary, a Week of Crime, Communica'ions. Teach 1- Izl t ^iiZrZ 4„ Compassion is observed annual- er Training, EmoUonal Prob-!lhe Pastor-Layman Roundup l€ge where he received his ABI, ^ ChrisUan Churches ri,„^i, ^T^t^^' (Disdples of Christ) throughout ^« .^iL^« »rf«««.«f 'he Mtion. Once again State He has served as professor of,g^^ ^.^^^^ ^.^^ in the One Giieat Hour of Shar- lems, (^urch outreach. Vacation Friday and Saturday at the Uni- Bible Sdiod, are planned. versity of Redlands. — HYR speech and dean at Pasadena College since 1949. the public is wdcome to attend. AstrofMRtt vWt ROJIE (UPI) — Astronaut Frank Borman visited Italy's space reaeatch center today and voiced hope the kind of cooperation carried out by Italy and the Umted SUtes would spread," "drawing us earthreen closer together. Noting U.S. teciinieai and financial ties with Italian space research, Bonnan said, "I hope it is the start of a new age of cooperation in space drawing us earthmen doser together." Cancer Tbe disease of cancer, said the first edition of tbe Encydo- mg. that ministries of compassion might be extended to the bomdess, the hopdess, and the despaimg. On Wednesday evening a sacrificial dinner will be hdd in the sodal hall of the church at 7 o'ck)ck. Only tea and crackers wQl be served. Mrs. Agnesj F. Lesdey wiU speak of the needs in Latin America. Mrs. Lessley retired from missionary service on June 30, 1968. She retomed to the United Stotes from Mexico in August, having spent the past year ss resident coimsdor for women students at Centra Evangdico Unido, the Union Seminary in Mexico aty. &Irs. Lessley first went to the missfon fidd in 1929 and served as missionary and teacher at Huentepec, the Mountain of paedia BriUuiica 200 years «u«x^ h SSaS ago. U thought to be named af-M*^" 'replacing ndsswnaries who were on furiough. She returned to Latin Ameri- ter tbe "crab fish" beewse •where it hM once got. it is scarcely possible to drive it] away." GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN (Ma. tynsd) S4ZU Avenue E. Kev. Harold R. Oaam. ca and served for more than dght years as bistnictar at Union Theologieal Seminary hi Buenos Aires. Argenthia before the last year of service in Mexico. This meeting is open to all Sunday sd«ol and «l«lt KM.',~ iTe dass 9:15 a.m. ly/eek rniniMMJon observ- Worship service 10:30 a.m. YUCAIPA FIRST CHURCH OF GOD 124S> Bryant SL Hev. John R. Adams, pastor. Sanday sdi9d >:30 a.m. Hombig mnUp 10:30 a.Bi., sermon by the paster. of Compassion observance. February 16-23. in the durch School other groups are under the direction of the Worid Outreach Committee: Mrs. Ada Aschcrman. Dr. Hugh Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harwood. fttiss Kathy Hill, and Miss Neva-Beryl Hash, chairman. Bethany Reformed Church SUNDAY. Ri. U "VIlM • Uok At 6od Can Do 1^ Y M" nm .9tm , —— JM •VICKIONS, DSCISMMSw OEOSICItt- 705 Caien St. Phono: 793.1966. 792.1271 Chufdi Scheri The Alliance Church 301 Colon Street Snaday School 9:30 a.m. Worship U;Olaja. "KW YOUR CLOTHES ON* MliMcc Yoalh Gnnps 8 :00 pm. CniiBgSHTiee T:00 pjn. MOK or THI RIVfUTMir W^eadAy Rev.- Gana- Uutr. MMrtsr ...TM-14M FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ••niiipaiiit ki n* PnmMm AMt* SUNDAY. 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