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Rev. Mns to be ordained at service tomorrow Rev.' David C. Ivins, pastor of the Community Church ofi Dunlap Acres will be ordained by the fiidependent Fundamental Churches of America in an Ordination service tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clocic at the church. The Community Church is located at the comer of 14th and Kentucky streets, Yu-i caipa. Rev. Mr. Ivins was trained at Biola College and Talboti Theological seminary in La Mirada. He has served one and one-half years as assistant pastor at St Paul's Union Church, La Marque, Texas before moving to the local church. He has been pastor of the Dunlap Community church for the past) two years. Dr. Herbert H. Richardson and his church, the North Redondo Chapel, will be the sponsoring pastor and church in the, ordination service. Other par ticipating in the service will be Rev. Al Fox, Riverside Bible Church; Rev. John Teeter, Grace Bible Church, Rialto; REV. DAVID C. IVINS and Rev. Lester Wendt, Faith Bible church, San Bernardino. The public is welcome. Gospel film to be shown at Mentone Dr. Hornaday to speok Tuesday evening Dr. William H. D. Hornaday will speak at the Redlands _ ^Church of Religious Science Ebony" will be sho«-n at the|Tuesday evening at^ 8 o'clock A gospel film "Angel In First Baptist Church of .Men tone, 2116 Mentone boulevard to- morow evening at 7 o'clock. The film is a 45 minute color feature of the true-life story of Sammy Morris, an African prince who came to the United States for his education, "Rev. Lawrence N. Caraway pastorj said. Tbe movie tells the story of his conversion which took place in the jungles of Africa and then jhows a series of events, that were to alter the course of an American University and then transform the lives of those he met," the Pastor ad ded. la the morning service Rev. Mr. Caraway will install the newly elected officers of the Women'j Missionary Society and will preach on the subject, "Where is our Confidence?" Mr and Mrs. Andrew Wyper will bring the special music. A free will offering will be taken in the evening to defray film expenses. The public is invited. Holy Nome Society fo hear judge on the subject "This Thing Called Life". The church is located at 402 Church street Dr. Hornaday has been pastor of Founder's Church of Religious Science in Los Angeles for the past 15 years. Along with his mmisterial duties Dr. Hornaday has also served on the California Advisory Commission on Civil Rights. As a student of philosophy, psychology and comparative religions, he studied at the Junglan institute in Zurich Switzerland and with Dr. Albert Sweitzer in French Equitorial Airica. The public is inWted. Announce plans for spring retreat Superior Court Judge James Cunningham will be guest speaker tomorrow morning when members and guests of the Holy Name Society of St Mary's Catholic church meet in the parish hall. All men of the parish are invited to hear his talk. Society members will observe their Communion Sunday at the 9 o'clock Mass in the church, after which they will be served breakfast in the parish hall. Judge Cunningham's address will follow. Breakfast will be served by Joanna Anderson, Lencha Garcia, Concha Serrano and Rose Ramoz. ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC 1005 Columbia street Rev. Ricardo Meza, pastor. Masses Sunday 7 a.m. (English) 8 (Spanish), 9 (English) Childrm's Mass; 10 (English), 11 (English) and 7:30 p.m. (English). Weeiday Masses at 7:30 a.m. Confessions Saturday 4 to 5 p.m. and -7 to 9 p.m. heard in Spanish and English. CHRIST LUTHERAN MO. SYNOD CdiUm avenue street. Rev. A. pastor. Sunday school & Jr. & Bible classes 9:00 a.m. Mormng worship 10:30 a.m., sermon by the pastor. 2 p.m. Foothill Sunday School Teachers association spring Rally, St John's Lutheran Church, Covina. 6:30 p.m. Walther League. at Church C. Schaller, adult Members of the Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ) of Southern California mH hold their spring retreat Tuesday 'and Wednesday at locb Leven Conference grounds, near Redlands. Guest speaker" will be Dr. Al Ian A. Hunter, pastor emeritus of Mt Holly%vood Congregation al church, Los Angeles. He served that church from 1926 to 1963. Dr. Hunter will present three lectures at the retreat A graduate of Princeton University, Columbia University and Union Theological Seminary, Dr. Hunter has been active for more than 40 years in the 'Fellowship of Reconciliation, serving as national vice chairman since 1955. Dr. Hunter has taught in Egypt at the Assiut Jlission Col lege and spent more than year with the American Red Cross in Palestine. CHURCH OF RELIGIOUS SCIENCE 402 Church street Rev. Robert Howard Stevens, Sunday sdiool 9:45 a.m.' Morning worship 11:00 a.m., sermon by the minister, snb-| ject: "The Art of Forgiveness.' FIRST CHURCH OF CHRISTi fSCIENTIST Northwest comer Fourth and West Vine streets. Sunday school 11:00 a.m. Monung service 11:00 a.m subject: "Are Sin, Disease, and Death Real?" Wednesday evening testimon al meetings held in the church edifice at 8 p.m. Public wel come. Christian Science read ing room located in the Ma sonic building, 131 Cajon streetj open to the public Monday thru Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m and Friday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m, and Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. STATE STREET CHRISTIAN State street and Highway 99 Rev. Luther G, Hardyman, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 10:50 a.m sermon by the pastor, subject "To the End of the Earth." Christian Youth Fellowship 6:30. REDLANDS TEMPLE CHURCH OF COD Comer of CTay and Western. Hev. Viola Stowers, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m. sermon by the assistant pastor. Young people's society 6:30. Evening service 7:30, sermon by Rev. Leroy Ryals. EVANGEL TEMPLE (ASSEMBLY OF GOD) 16 E. OUve, YWCA building. Rev. L. G. Bryan, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m. sermon by the pastor. 3:15 p.m. Rest home visita- Uon. 6 p.m. Christ Ambassadors, Evening service 7:00, sermon LOMA LINDA ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER Rev. Joseph Snoj, pastor. Sunday Masses, 8, 10 and 11 a .m. Weekday Mass, 7:30 a.m. Novena to Jesus of PragU' Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Confessions Saturday 3 to 5:30 and 7 to 9 p.m. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Fourth and Clark streets. Clifford McGuire, Presiding Elder. Sunday school 9:40 Morning worship 11:00. Zioneers 5:00. Evening service, 7:30. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS- REDLANDS WARD 540 South Center St Bishop Richard D. Anderson. Sunday school, 10:30 a.m. Sacrament meeting, 6:00 p.m. Priesthood meeting, 8:45 a.m. S;yrith GEORGE DEMAN by the pastor. COMMUNITY BIBLE CHURCH Unified School District Board Room, Lugonia at Orange. Rev. Clif. Lesley, minister. Sunday school 9:45 a.m., classes for all ages. Morning worship 11:00 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject: 'The Conquest of Space. CALVARY BAPTIST Affiliated with General Baptist Conference. Rev. Duane Logsdon, pastor. Services to be held in Grace Mullen Auditorium, Redlands High school campus. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 10:30 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject: "Seeing is Believing?" Young people's society 5:45. Evening service 7:00, sermon by the pastor. Memorial Serv ice for Rev. Ansul Gillis. SACRED HEART CATHOLIC Southeast comer West Olive avenue and Eureka street Rev. Henry W. Keane, pastor; Rev. William Cuddihy, assistant pastor. Sunday Masses 6:15, 8, 9, 10:15, U:15 and 12:15. Confessions Saturday from to 5:30 and from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Evening service, 7:30. BETHANY REFORMED Rev. Donald L. Weemhof^ pastor. 705 Cajoa street Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject: 'Alive Toward God." 5:45 p.m. R.C.YJ.-C.E. Evening service 7:00, sermon by Mr. William A. Chapman. founder and president. World Home Bible League, subject: "World Chafienge." TRINITY EPISCOPAL (Burrage Memorial) Southwest comer Fourth street and West Fcm. Rev. John de Boer Cummlngs, rector. Rev. Henry G. Dittmar, Ph.D., curate. 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Morning prayer 9:30 i 11:00 a.m. WESTSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST (Christian). 1495 W. OUve. Redlands. Don Woodstock, minister. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 10:30 a.m., sermon by the" minister, subject: "Ctoistian Knowledge." Evening service 6:30, serraoB by the minister, subject: "Restoration." ' HIGHLAND AVE. CHRISTIAN REFORMED Otto De Groot, pastor. Sunday school 11:30 a.m. Moming worship 10:00 a.m sermon by the pastor, subject What's Right With the Church." Evening .service 7:00, sermon by the pastor, subject: "Th Amen Of Prayer." Red/mds Doily Facts SaMy, A |ir. 11, IH4 -7 Six churches meet to discuss major merger FIRST METHODIST Northeast comer Cajon street and East Olive avenue. Rev. Willard A. Schurr and Rev, Carl M. Doss, pastors. Sunday school 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. Moming worship 9:00 and 11:00 a.m., sermon by Rev. Wil lard Schurr, subject: "The Use and Abuse of Freedom." 6:30 p.m. Senior high MYF, subject: "The Second Missionary Journey." 6:20 p.m. Junior High MYF will meet at First Methodist Church, then go to First Baptist for a hootenanny. CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH 301 Cajon street. Rev. W. Paul Kirk, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Moming worship 11:00 a.m., sermon by Rev. F. J. Mayo, subject: "Open Doors." Young people's society 6:00. Evening service 7:00, sermon by Rev. F. J. Mayo, subject: Five Minutes After the Rapture." FIRST BAPTIST Southwest comer West Olive avenue and Cajon street Rev. Ivan B. Bell, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m., sermon by Rev. John Jensen, subject: "Freshmen Forever." FIRST CONGREGATIONAL Northwest comer C a j o street and West Olive avenue. Rev. Harry G. Suttner. pastor. Sunday school 10:00 a.m. Moming worship 10:00 a.m sermon by the pastor, subject: 'Detour Ahead." 6:30 Jr. Hi P.F. 7:00 Sr. Hi PJ". TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH (Southern) Comer 6th and Lugonia. Rev. James L. Steams, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Moming worship 11:00 a.m sermon by the pastor. Trainhig Union 6:00. Evening service 7:00, sermon by the pastor. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Cajon .and Vine street. Ministers: Mark Lewis An drews, Roy H. Wollam, Wen deU G. WoUam. Sunday school 9:15 & 10:45 a.m. Adult Bible class. Parent Discussion Group 9:30 a.m. Faith & Life Foram 9:30 a.m Moming worship 9:30 & 11:00 a.m., sermon by Pastor Andrews, subject: "I Want You to Meet Mr. Lot!" 6:30 Jr. Hi & Niners Sr. Hi Young People meet FREE and Tennessee, H. Mottweiler, TEMPLE BAPTIST 611 E. Cypress avenue. Rev. Aaron W. Eurich, pas tor. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 10:50 a.m. sermon by the pastor. Tramag Union 6:15. Evening service 7:30, First hand report on the work in Alaska with the Eskimos. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE East Citms and North Grove street Rev. Andrew Young Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Morning worship 10:45 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject: 'You can Tmst God." Young people's society 6:00. Evening service 7:00, sermon by the pastor, subject: "T h e Art of Keeping Step." BROOKSIDE METHODIST San Mateo Rev. Jack pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Moming worship 10:50 a.m, sermon by the pastor, subject Freely Justified." Young people's societies 6:00. Evening service 7:00, sermon by the pastor, subject: "Entire Sanctification." YUCAIPA CALIMESA CHURCH SERVICES CRAFTON CHURCH OF CHRIST P.A. Club on Crafton between] Lugonia and Celton avenue, Mentone. John J. Miller, minister. Bible study 9:45 a.m. Preaching & communion 10:45 a.m. Evening service 6:30 p.m. FIRST EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN (U.L.C.A.) Comer East Olive avenue and Myrtle street Rev. John D. Foersfer, S.T.M. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Jloming worship 8:00 a.m., and 10:45 a.m., sermon by the pastor. CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 1000 Roosevelt Road. Virgil Leach, mmister. Bible classes, 9:45. Moming worship, 10:45 a.m. Evening services, 6:30 p.m. SUNDAY at 9:30 p.m. Channel 5 KTLA-TV, Los Angeles GENESIS ON TRIAL (in: r \'"s Now r .ook at IJfe SALVATION ARMY 838 Alta street Brigadier and Mrs. William R. Mollet, Commanding Officers. Sunday school 9:45. Holiness meeting U:00. Young people's meeting 6:00. Wed. Bible study and prayer meeting. RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS 114 West Vine street Moming worship* 9:30. "Christ Is All - We Are Nothing" — George Fox. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1202 Orange street. Rev. Lloyd L. Reece, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. "No man cared for my soul. . . ." But we do! Moming worship 10:45 a.m., sermon by Rev. W. Clayton, Claremont Young people's society 6:00. Evening service 7:00, sermon by the pastor. UNIVERSITY METHODIST 910 East Colton avenue. Rev. Philip E. Collm, pastor. Sunday school 9:15 a.m. Morning worship 10:30 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject: The Source of Great Discoveries." 6:00 Jr. and Sr. High MYF Groups. 7:15 p.m. Wesley Fellowship. FIRST CHRISTIAN REFORMED 1135 Church street Rev. Henry Radius, pastor. Sunday school 11:15 a.m. Mhrong worship 9:45 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject: God's Great Commandment." Young people's society 2:30, Evening service 7:30, sermon by the pastor, subject: "Wanting the Impossible." FIRST BAPTIST OF MENTONE Mentone boulevard near Crafton. Rev. Lawrence N. Caraway, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Mommg worship 11:00 a.m., sermon by the pastor, subject: "Where is Our Coiidence?" Young people's society 6:00. Evening service 7:00, Gospel Film, subject: "Angel in Ebony." ST. ALBAN'S EPISCOPAL Avenue A and Adams. Rev. Peter Wallace, Vicar. Sunday services 8:00, 9:30 and 11 :00 a.m. FAITH LUTHERAN OF YUCAIPA VALLEY 12449 California street, Yucaipa. Rev. Ray £. Johnson pastor. Church at study, 9:15. Church at Worship, 10:30. GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN (Me Synod) 34215 Avenue E, Yucaipa, between 5th and 6th streets. Rev. Harold R. Daum, pastor. Sunday school & Adult Bible Class 9:15 a.m. Worship service 10:30 a.m. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, YUCAIPA 12505 Fourth street. Sunday service 11 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. CIul- dren cared for during Sunday church service. Wednesday evening testimonial meeting, 8 p.m. Reading room, 12114 if. 4^1 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Ctien at Vina Street Two Services — Two Church School SMsiens 9:30 A. M. and 11:00 A.M. Sunday, April 12, 19M "I Want YM To Know Mr. Lett" Key. Mark Ina Andrm Praoching Westminster, Chancel and Carol Choirs Singing joNiSTEBS xvsic nnrx. Mark Lewfa Andrews Prot Jtmes Jorgensoo. Director Wendell G. Wollim Efraim Soto. Ass't. Director Soy E. WoUam Mrs. David CadwaUader. Organlit — AIX ABE WmCOMK — California street Open daily except Sundays and holidays 10 a.m. to 4. YUCAIPA VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN 34558 Avenue E, near Fourth street Rev. Robert B. Bannister, pastor. Church school 9:25. Divine worship, 10:45. GREEN VALLEY BIBLE CHURCH 12152 Bryant street, Yucaipa. Rev. Paul Boser By LOUIS CASSEL5 UnMod PrMS liUvnational Leaders of riz major denominations win-meiet. at Princeton, N: J...next .wedE to.resume con- sideratioa of. the most far reaching church merger ever envisioned in -America. This win be the third full-dress] meeting of the Consultation on Church Union. The consultation was established in 1961 to explore the possibility of uniting 20 million Americans in a church which would bring together the catho- h'c, reformed and evangelical traditions of Christianity. It grew out of a proposal of the Rev. Dr. Eugene Carson Blake, stated clerk of the United Presbyterian Church. The denominations participating in the merger talks are the United Presbyterian Church, the Episcopal Church, the Methodist Church, the United Church of Christ, the Disciples of Christ and the Evangelical United Bretheren. Two Provie«fs Moattngs Previous meetings of the con-j sulfation were held at the College of Preachers in Washington, D. C. in 1962 and at Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, in 1963. Far more progress was achieved at these sessions than is commonly realized. At Ober- Im last year, the delegates astounded skeptical observers (and even surprised them selves) by reaching a broad consensus on the authwity of the Bible and the importance of iTradition. Next week's meeting atj Princeton Theolo^cal Seminary will begin Monday ' and run through Thursday. Some church leaders are saying that it willj be the cmcial test which determines whether the merger Iplan will eventually bear fruit Its make - or - break signifi cance stems from the fact that this time the delegates will be talking about the ministry and the sacraments. Barriers To Unity There is nmversal agreement] that the biggest barriers to unity will be encountered in these two areas. Are bishops necessary? By whom may a clergyman be or- [dained? Must ministerial orders be traced in unbroken succes igion back to the first apostles in order to be valid? Is there any biblical warrant for infant baptism? In what sense is Christ "really present" in the bread and the wince of holy: communion? On these and dozens of related doctrinal questions, the denominations involved in the merger talks have deep-seated historical differences. No one expects a|l of the differences to be resolved at Princeton. But next week's dis- cussirats may show whether there is enough common ground |—or, perhaps more important, oiough will to unity — to justify a continued effort to work lout an actual plan of union. Mere Time Noodod At the most optimistic effort, it will take five to 10 more years of patient negotiation to consummate the merger. But is there any reason why the six denominations can't be^ now to work together on a practical basis? The United Cbureh of Christ will raise that questicm at Princeton by propostag "inune- 'diate steps" to pool missionary efforts overseas and in such home mission fields as the in. ner city. The United Church proposal also calls for uniting activities of the six denominations in race relations, recruitment and education of ministers, and radio and television programming. The Rev. Dr. Ben M. Herbster, president of the United Church, said he is confident of "ultimate success" in the merger talks, but "it will not b« achieved today or tomorrow." "While we talk and plan for formal organizational union, we should not wait years to begin acting together as the church of Christ," he said. "The frans- formmg power that can b« brought to bear only by th« church acting in imity is need* ed NOW." RdigkMis leaders to stage convocation WASHINGTON (UPI) — Religious leaders announced today that an unprecedented interfaith convocation will be held here April 28 to remind senators that passage of the civil rights bill is 'essentially a moral issue. About 3,800 Protestant, Catholic and Jewish leaders from all parts of the nation are expected to take part in the gathering in the auditorium of Georgetown University. The plans were announced at news conference by the Rev Dr. Eugene Carson Blake, chairman of the Religion and Race Commission of the National Council of Churches; Rabbi Uri Miller, president of the Synagogue Council of America; and Father John F. Cronin, assistant director of the Societ Action Department of the National Catholic Welfare Conference. They released a joint statement asserting that the civil rights bill now before the Senate "must be passed in the strongest possible form in order that the nation may have a national legal instrument strong enough to make effective the new pattem of race relations which the aroused conscience of the American people now demands." Dr. Blake said religious or ganizatipns were not "lobbying" for one view on a political issue, but rather were "vigorously re vinding the legislators that civil rights is essentially a moral issue and one which cannot be put off or compromised as it has been for 100 years." The interfaith convocation in the capital will mark the start a series of actions by major •ellglous groups to build grass roots support for a Senate vote the civil rights bill. From 48 countries Methodist leoders denounce segregation GATUNBURG, Tenn. (UPI) — Jlethodist leaders from 48 countries Friday denounced ra cial segregation in the United States and called for abolishment of the church's central jurisdiction, an all-Negro administrative body. The stand was made in statement adopted at the close of a world-wide missions con ference. Copies of the statement will be sent to the Methodist General Conference, the Council of Bishops and other national Methodist groups. The General Conference, the denomination's top law-making tiody, is scheduled to open its quadrennial meeting April 25 in Pittsburgh, Pa. The pre-General Conference study session here said the Negro central jurisdiction is "a symbol of discrimination against one segment of the family of] God and is a sin against God Himself." They charged that the. existence of the central jurisdiction is evidence of the acceptance by the Methodist church of segregation at the national leveL "We as Methodists must ask forgiveness and find a way to remove segregation from the stmcture of the church. We urge the General Conference not to resort to some temporary strategy which may tend to conceal our present disunity in Methodism but to adopt a definite plan to ensure the elimination of the central jurisdiction," the conference said. The conference issued an appeal to laymen and all levels of clergy in the Methodist church to end.segregation.. . We call upon every bishop and "the Episcopal body as a whole to use their full powers to enforce the church's provisions for the right of membership and worship in any Methodist church for any person irrespective of race or color and to give moral, spiritual and financial support to all those engaged in protecting these rights within our church.". CHURCH OF CHRIST (YUCAIPA) 33981 Yucaipa boulevard. E. Paul Mathews. Sunday school 9:45. Moming worship 11:00. L. FIRST BAPTIST OF CALIMESA 940 South Second street. Rev. Harold H. Fischer, pastor. Member American Baptist Convention. Moming worship, 11:00, sermon by the pastor. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "It isnH that I want to b« rich! Fd just iik* to haw •nm^ to mjey an evMiing out vritliout thinkliw of Vfhit tho baby.sitt*r J» cottii^ mof CALIMESA CALVARY BAPTIST Third street and Avenue Bible school 9:45. Moming worship, 11. Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m. Evening worship, 7:30. YUCAIPA FIRST CHURCH OF COD 12452 Bryant street Rev. Zendel Crook, pastor. Sunday sciiool 9:30. Mon^g worship 10:30, sermon by the pastor. YUCAIPA METHODIST Adams and Beedi. Rev. Clell C. Gray pastor. Sunday school 9:30. Mommg worship 9:30 and U:00, sermon by the pastor. YUCAIPA FREE METHODIST Thirteenth street and Avenue tor. E. Rev. James Gallogly, pas- COMMUNITY CHURCH OF DUNLAP ACRES 12717 Fourteenth street David C. Ivins, pastor. YUCAIPA FIRST BAPTIST 34781 Yucaipa boulevard. Rev. William Sloan, pastor. FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH OF YUCAIPA 32360 Avenue "E". Rev. D. A. Likins Sunday school, 9:45. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. William H. Ross, pastor. 12194 California street Sunday schoor9:45. Moming worship ll:0O. C. A. Service, 6:00. YUCAIPA VALLEY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Rev. R. T. Kaldenberg, pastor. Avenue H at Second street. CALIMESA COMMUNITY- CONGREGATIONAL Avenue J and Calimesa boulevard. Sunday school 9:45. Young people's society, 8:30. BOOST EXPORTS MIAMI-(UPI) — Commerce Secretary Luther Hodges said Thursday "night the United States, in danger of being outsold on world markets by its Allies, should sell the Russians "everything they can eat, drink or smoke." "We're selling less than four per cent of our products abroad," Hodges told the third annual Florida World Trade Conference. "Our competition sells up to 40 per cent of their goods abroad." This country must boost its exports, he said, and included Russia on the list of customers "as long as strategic materials are not involved." UNIVERSITY METHODIST 910 E. Celton Ave. Phillip E. Collin, Ministtr Church School 9:15 a.ni. Morning Sorviea 10:30 •.m. "The Source of Great Discoveries" FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Corner OUrc Avt. ss4 Csjon SU SUNDAY SERVICB-10 A. M. SUNDAY SCHOOL-^10 A. M. SERMON: "Doteur Ahead" Mr. Suttnor MUSIC: "For the Boauty of the Earth" - Arr. Davis "Foar Nrt, O Uraol" Spickwr NURSERY MAINTAINED DURING SERVICE ; HAEBY G. stnrst* DELBERT McLAVCBLOE GEOBGE V.\CY KATBHYN K. JAMES, Orfubt "A FRIENDLY CHURCH" WOJBCR SCROWALTCB Minister «f M»,ie

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