Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 5, 1969 · Page 42
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 42

Phoenix, Arizona
Issue Date:
Saturday, April 5, 1969
Page 42
Start Free Trial

Dll.Ubti epobllc S*t., April S, ifM Sedotta seminar to begin May 4 SEDONA — Registrations are now being taken for a 6-day seminar on "The Problem of Contemplation in Contemporary Society," sponsored by the Spiritual Life Institute at Sedona, May 4 through 9, at Todd's Lodge in Oak Creek Canyon. Featured speakers will be, the Rev. William McNamara, Rabbi Abraham Heschel, Dr. Thomas P. O'Dea, Dr. D. McKenzie Brown and Bishop Bernard M. Kelly. The initial registeration fee of $10 is due April 20, according to Father McNamara, institute director, with the balance of $75 payable on arrival. This will include shared room, meals and lecture fees, Day rate, including meals, will be $15. Admission is free to Sedona residents, but meals are not included. Church women's unit present skit Monday An original skit, "Church Women United Knowledge Bowl," will be featured at 9:30 a.m. Monday at the meeting of Church Women United at Valley Presbyterian Church, 6947 E. McDonald Drive, Scottsdale. Written by Mrs. William Porianda, the program will center on the theme of "Involvement: Why, Why?" to clarify the new structure adopted in March. In addition, a kitchen shower for the Salvation Army's new family and youth center will be given. Women have been asked to bring kitchen utensils in avocado or burnt orange, or donations for utensils. FEEL A SPIRITUAL NEED? LOOKING FOR SOMETHING? antf MM RIAL Aurnnn at THE CHURCH OF CREATIVE LIFE «MJ a oMference) Non - Dogmatic, non • Sectarian, where Spiritual good sense is epplted to everyday life. Repair the ravages of the week ana Increase your understanding. «2SO N. Central Avo. Tote. Zit-4243 Sunday School 1:30 P.M. Church Service 1:30 P.M. Rtv. N. L. Wotklns (Minister) Rev. J. R. Kriesen (Associate) ALL NEW Central Memorial Baptist Church 6630 N. Central Ave. Sun. Sch. 9:30 Wor. 10:45 A.M. Sun. Eve 6 P.M.—Share Time Sun. Eve. 6:30 P.M.—Eve. Hour « P.M Youth in Action Thurs. Eve. 7 P.M—ALL NEW Ministers: Kenneth Hanson tiMfti MRS. NAOMI PRICE Christian Science talk A Christian Science lecture on "The Gateway to a New Life" will be given by Mrs. Naomi Price at 4 p.m. tomorrow at South Mountain High School Cafetorium, Seventh Street and Roeser, sponsored by the Second Church of Christ, Scientist, Phoenix. Mrs. Price, from London, entered the Christian Science ministry 20 years ago after a career in social service. She is on tour for the church board of lectureship, Boston, through the United States Canada, Ireland and Great Britain. Her talk will be broadcast over radio station KPHO. OUTDOOR EASTER SERVICE 10:00 A.M. Sermon by Bob Girard 'The Tombstone that Trembled" • EASTER PAGENTRY • EASTER MUSIC Our Heritage Church 4640 N. ORANITE REEF RD. Scottsdale - »46-4900 44th STREET CHURCH OF GOD 709 North 44th Street Phone BR 5-9293 »:45 A.M. Sunday School 11:00 A.M. "HALLELUJAH, WHAT A SAVIOUR" 7:30 P.M. SPECIAL EASTER COMMUNION Hunchol Diffle "HALLELUJAH, WHAT A SAVIOUR" Special Easter Cantata Hurschei L. Dime, Pester Attended Nursery at All Services GLENDALE BIBLE CHURCH 7101 N. 55th DRIVE Ph. »37-S032 GLENDALE HAROLD J. DORRANCE, D.D. Paster Rav. Paul Davis. Minister at Music , 9:30 A.M. HUNDAY SCHOOL 10:45 A.M. EASTER CHOIR SERVICE 6:00 P.M. Rev. and Mrs. Don Schmidt Youth Ministers 7:30 P.M. SOLOIST DICK GOODWIN PRAYER MEETING WEDNESDAY 7:30 CHILDREN'S EASTER PROGRAM DURING SUNDAY SCHOOL HOUR 9:30 A.M. 'i Aeon Am LUTHERAN DIER VALLEY — Emmaus, 39th Ave. and Sweetwater.... 10:30 GLINDALI — Grace, 56th Ave. and Palmaire ..1:41 i 11 A.M. PHOENIX —Good Shepherd, 3040 N. 7th Ave 10:00 Resurrection, 2600 N. 17th St. ..10:00 & 7:30 P.M. St. Thomas, 5237 W. Thomas Rd 1:30 ft 11:00 Zion 9th Ave and Woodland (W. Van Buren) 9:00 MESA— Pilgrim, 1456 E. Broadway 8:30 and 11 A.M. SCOTTSDALE — Salem, 67th and Osborn Rd 9:00 SOUTH PHOENIX — Redeemer, 750 E. Baseline Rd 9:30 TEMPE—Emmanuel, 715 W. Southern 10 A.M. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 7000 N. Control SUNDAY SERVICES «t 9:30 & 10:50 A.M. EASTER VESPER SERVICE at 5:00 PM. Organ Recital by HAZEL SMITH, playing .."EASTER CHORAL PRELUDES" by Bach al$o solo cantata by DOROTHY BEESON, Soprano "THE WAY TO EMMAUS" Five ttadassah groups to meet Five groups of Hadassah, representing 800 Jewish women in the Valley working for health, education and welfate for the State of Israel, will meet at 8:15 p.m. Friday at Beth El Synagogue, 1118 W. Glendale. Speaker will be Mrs. Jo- Family to conduct own Easter service Mr. and Mrs. Dick Palmer and their four daughters will conduct a special service at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at First Evangelical Methodist Church, 7272 N. 19th Ave. Known as the "Evangelets for Christ," the Palmers will describe in music and song Palmer's "life as a prize fighter, his gun battle with police, his life in federal- prison, his escape and his conversion." Church at the Lutheran Confession (C.L.C) HOLY CROSS Jtth Ave. A W. Duniae BAITER SUNRISE SERVICE 7 A.M. Sunday Scheel »:1S A.M. Paul O. Fleischer, Mster tiTtm "Scripture, Orace, an* Faith Atone" seph Heller, Los Angeles, past president of the Pacific Coast Region of Hadsissah, member of the national Hadassah board and a member of Mayor Sam Yorty's Citizen Commission of Los Angeles. The service will be followed by "Oneg Shabbat" reception of the Sabbath with a program and musical. Hadassah has built and supported a $40 million nonsectarian hospital in Israel. WELCOME TRINITY BIBLE CHURCH •ranch of the Bethany Bible Church 33rd Ave. & Sweetwater 10:50 A.M. "THE DAY DEATH DIED" 7P.M. "PREPARING FOR RE-ENTRY" Series, Basic Bible Survey Joel Eidsnesi, Pestor. Sunday School ... 9:10O%M. Momieq Worship .10:41 •.». Eveninf Worship .. 7:00 ».». All Ar» Welconw SGOTTSDALE BIBLE CHURCH 4S05 E. McDenald Dr., Scettsdels Dr. James Borror, Pastor 947-3703 8:30 & 9:45 Bible School for all ages. Morning Service 8:30-9:45 & 11 A.M. "TO LOVE IS CHRIST" Dr. James Borror 7:00 P.M. Choir Cantata "OLIVET TO CALVARY" (I Children's cnurcMs end t Nenenes) Pioneer Olrto ... Bevc Brieedo CHRISTIAN KINDERGARTEN Ages 4 to 8 Grade I thru 4, ALLEY CHURCH T/?EV. GEORGE H. BEARDEN, pastor ROBERT RIDDLB, Dlr. of Christ. Ed. 9:30 A.M. lible School Classes for all Aqei 10:50 A.M. Reesurrected Christ, Lord and Savter 7:30 P.M. Annual Easter Centata Presented by the Adult Choir HALLELUJAH, WHAT A SAVIOR 7 P.M. Wed., Family interest NliM Activities Mr an ate* Adult Bible Study-Prayer Boys' BrUade—Pleneer Glrh Trained Nursery Attendant at All Services, two chlldren-cnurcnes Mr all ntt 1801 EAST OSBORN ROAD [phone 279-2220 PHOENIX CHRISTIAN ASSEMILY 2030 N. 34th St. 275-8085 946-7535 Den Grosvenor •nd the CHALLENGERS QUARTET »:« Sunday School 10:45 Mornlni Worship "He It Risen" Choir at Both Service* «:M Christian crusaders 7:30 Cvaniellttlc Service "Halleulah, For tin Cross" Challtnters Quartet Slniln* Wed. Eve. Studies of the "What Constitutes Spirituality" fora UN! off your friendly Cl Church" UNIVERSITY OF LIFE RICHARD IRELAND Pastor Sat. S «:00 P.M. Thundertflrd Country Club. Dinner-Demon- •tratien. Sun. 4 i:00 A.M. Sunrise Service at South Mountain by Rev. Margaret Mar- CMIX and Rev. Richard Ireland. 7:15 P.M. Heallni service fey Rev. tynn Martin. 1:00 P.M. Devotional Service by Rev. Marie Doyle Perkins "Gifts of the Spirit" by Rev. Marls Doyle Perkins. 2913 East McDowell Read Church Ph. 275-4471 Pastor's Ph. 171-0147 7000 N. Central Reverend L. Doward McBain, D.D,. Minister M4-MM Church School »:30 Mornins Wor. 10:H A.M. 9:30 * 10:50 A.M. "JESUS IS LORD" Dr. McBain 5 P.M. VESPER SERVICE ORGAN RECITAL * SOLO CANTATA Hope Dr. W. Stewart 4041 N. Slet Ave. Paradise Valley Rev. Edwin T. Hall 4101 E. Shea Blvd. Immanuel 154* E. GarlleM Rev. John A Martinez, Pastor School f:4S; Worhlp 11; Youth <:N; Eve. 7:3* p.m. Madison Maryvalo ittl N. Wtti si. Rev. Rudolph Leldelf, Pastor »i4l A.M. Sunday School, n A.M. Worship «;M P.M. Youth S702 N. 35th Ave. Rev. James O. Crouch, Minister S.S. »:H. Worship 11 A.M., Youth « P.M., Eve. Wer. 7 P.M. If !«•* ¥ I51a Rev. Grant B. Yeatmen, J409 N. Mth St. S.S. »;45, Worship U A.M., Youth 4 P.M., Bvensons 7 P.M. Papago Peaks 74th and McKinley Rev. Arthur L. Sentord CS VMS a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. Eve. 4:N P.m. OSS-SIM M1S Home Rd. Rev. Norman Heater, Youth Patter •ASTER SUNRISE SERVICE « A.M. 10:50 A.M. "READ ALL ABOUT IT" No Evenine Service. "•"• Un M - Chapman, Pastor, 7015 I. Osbern Rd.-*4f-M4« Wer. l;»o a 11 A.M. S. S. 9:45 Wed. Eve. 7:1$ AlzonaPark *»«.u*^. Southslde S.S. V:30-Wsr. 11 A.M. S.S. 1:45 Wor. 10 A.M. A Shared Ministry — Rev. Lyman W. Noitls, Pastor Temple Weslwood S.S. 9:45 A.M. Wor. II A.M. Eve. «;*, 7:30 P.M. Wed. 7;» P.M. Rev. Glenn Hammer, 3444 N. 19th Ave. AM S-SI7I S.S. 9:45 A.M. Worship 11 A.M. iYP «:M Attend the Church of Your Choice Assemblies Of God Welcome You TUNI REVIVAL TIMB-KASA, 1*4* KC-1 P.M. SUNDAY FIRST ASSEMBLY - MESA 1*2 South Rebiea, Jamas Smith, Pastor »:» A.M. Sunday Scheel 10:« A.M. Moraine Worship PASTOR EASTER MESSAGE * Special Music el the Choir 4:00 P.M. Youth Service 7:00 P.M. Rev. ft Mrs. CLYDE POWELL Quest Speakers. 7:30 P.M. Wed. Mid-Week Service. FAITH Assombly 1«H «, ftwaila Ave. Willie K. HlretHy, Perter WORSHIP THE RISEN CHRIST With Ui ffi« Sunday Scheel Ili4l A.M. "The MMtaae •I the Emuty Temfc" 4:M P.M. Yevlto 7;N P.M. "Ne Oreeter Love" Cantata by Cheir. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF 000 UU N. )r« Street V. E. shores, Paster-Stan Bra«g, Minister ef Music Bob Sistit and Key Smeya, Jr., Assistant* / 8:0« A.M. Tune in Radio KHEP iup Ke IQI.J MC / >:45 A.M. Easter Sunday Bible Classes fer all th« Family ,/ 11 ;M A.M. The Hour Of Worship-Pastor's Messaie "THE TOMB is EMPTY-HE LIVESI" / t:0« P.M. The Hour ei Youth / 7:M P.M. Revival Time-Pastor shores' Message "BEHOLD THE MAN I" SHOMf Meetin»» tw the 0*a(. fun. t.« * n A.M. * KM P.M, Mv.L. M -Hutu, FELLOWSHIP TAttftNACLI 3*35 E. MeDOWELL "Th> Church with >n A ekrirttm Dot Mattery ftodio RHfcMiftft 9:45 A.M. 0a!r? Rev. ft Mr*. Watson Visitation Minister i/ *:» A.M. Sunday Seheel ,/ 10:30 A.M. Mernfne Worship ,/ <:is P.M. Younj People V 7:M P.M. Evenint worship .„ t/ 7:30 P.M. Wednesday Key, Judy Edm«fids Youth Director j Bleed et Christ y we Believe in: j Beine "Bern A*»ln" / Divine Heaimt y Heaven ft Hell from a smcr// country village in England comes * . » REV. HARRY GREENWOOD Wfth music and a mission that it truly unique. INSPIRING! JOYOUS! RAMADA INN 3801 EAST VAN BUREN 4 DAYS, APRIL 16,17,18,19. 7:30 P.M. ..FREE ADMISSION TERRY ft ANDREW Terry Is a youne "cool" exhuberant Christian with tremendous appeal to the musician ot a most un- youth el the world. Andrew Is a composer and usual kind. Cfjurtfjrs Of Cfjrist "YE SHALL KNOW THE TRUTH" • APACHE JUNCTION time Study ».« A.M. Worship 1t:« A.M. * « P.M. Wednesday 7:tt P.M. CAMELBACK uti i. cemtfceefc Bible Seheet •:* A.M. Wofthtp I0i)0 AiM* Aeeek Bieat Mtdhealliite tf.Jafe s% UL *Un. alTVe IIVIMIIP 9*w9 "*!•* CHANDLER 441 N. AIM SehMt Re* Wtrshlp te.ej A.M. * *tft P.M. •AM feneol »:N A.M. Wednesday 7:N P.M. EASTSIDE 1001 1. Pertleerf Jim Lane, Minister Bible Scheel fm A.M. Worship 11 A.M. * I P.M. Wednesday, 7:N P.M. NORTHWEST 76S4 N. 19fh AveTlte We & Hunt Jr.r Mlfltttif BAM Stotfy »:« A.M. Worship 1fl:« A.M. A «:* P.M. WednMdty 7:» P.M. SOUTHWEST «f Tin AW* A BHC^mTw KeBflRf A. iANKHlAB BWe Study MS A.M. Worship 10:41 A.M. A !:* P.M. Wednesday 7:J» P.M. SOUTHERN AVENUE 7SO 1. Smrtliem AfotNM Oene Bentti, Minister Sundevt BAM SMdy l:» wenhlp »:$* Cvenini «:N P.M. Wednesday 7tN P.M. SUNLAND 39Hi Av*. • SaHHMM Loyd R. Brents, Minister Bible Classes >:30 A.M. Worship 10:10 A.M. A I:N P.M. Wedneeday 7iN P.M. GOODYEAR LOMA LINDA end U JOLLA Robert Hand Jr., Evanfetlit Bible study fi«i A.M. Worship 11:41 A.M. ft 4:30 P.M. Wed. Ive. 7:30 P.M. TEMPE— Broadway 707 f Malcolm P. Hlnckley, MlnMar Bible Study - fi» Worship 10:3* A.M. * «ttf P.M. Wednesdey 7i30 P.M. "HERALD OF TRUTH" Sun. lOiJO P.M. KTAR 4M K.C OP. Monday 4 A.M.—Channel 11 Attend the Church of Your Choice CARPET RUG SPECIALS 'Dress Up" four Floors at SAVINGS - BUY NOW!! a>a)0»»e»a>a>. 00% Cent. Fil. Nylon Throw Rue f Special For Easter '... 4 - tubular Braid - NYLON Mm! B*i»»M.:kl*. Ovft! Reversible Doeblo All 4 Rugs $ For only* Save $30 39 for all 4 rugs 4 Rugs for the price of one! 9x12 ft. 95% NYLON & blends - 9x6 ft. NYLON Blend - 5x3 ft. 100% Cont. Fil. NYLON or 9'/2x2'/2 ft. Runner and a 100% Cont. Fil. NYLON Throw Rug! BONUS Rugs ar« all reversible for double wear! Buy now for best color choice for Easter! 100% Nylon 4" Fringed Braids •»•••«>«> "Shaggy -Dog" 234" Pile POLYESTER AREA RUGS *19 6x9 ft. Reg. $29.95 6x4 ft. Reg. $45.00 elegant 2'/j" deep Shag Pile in 7 gorgeous colors. 9x12 ft. oval and 6 and 8 • ft. Rounds specially priced. SPECIAL PURCHASE Factory Fresh Full Rolls S HERCULON & 100% NYLON TO COMMERCIAL Quality CARPET $ Selling at 25% Below Wholesale! O79 ^f_ sq.ydV ^•6J| for the. oai»eBeiie1 carpet Deep Carved AREA RUGS with 8" Fringe All-Around 4 Ft. Round $ 12" OVAL BRAIDS R0fUlfr$2B.N Specially priced while stocks last at 70% Off jregular retail price! HERCULON dense loop pile over Durogen Rubber back. Gold, Green and Brown-Green Tweeds - even durable enough for outdoors. Also 100% NYLON Early American casuel stripe with Double Jute back! i»»d»e>a>»»»4»»»e>»»a)O»a>i EXTRA ROOM- CARPET REMNANTS Regularly $10 to $25 sq. yd. Size Description • Was Heavy KODEL Plush Lima $188 KODEL Sculptured Tip Shear Avocado Tweed 149.50 Nylon Twist Shag Gold , 210.00 12'xl6'4" Heavy Nylan patterned Gold 164.00 15x16'10" Very Heavy Nylon Space Dye Aqua 260.00 I5'xl71" Kod*lplu»h Cut Pile Avacade , 292.00 15'xl7'3" Custom II* Pwl 492.00 12'xll'|* Kodelpluihllue^fatn *,....... 178.0i 12'xl2' LvxuryUneNylpnUmtUahtTwaaal ....,..,.,..... f58.00 12'10'8" Polyester Shag Gold 133.00 l^xo'lO* Kod*lplu»hSM»dt .........*..•............... 118.00 nWlO" KodelpluthGladeOfMn 142.00 9'x22'6" Acrilan Gold A white Stripe , ,,,... 158.00 12'x247" Sculptured Nylon Roman Geld 242.00 and Many Mora Too Humorous to List Now $19.11 11.60 119.00 M.N 1M.W 111.11 1I1.N •1 Jl 11.11 11.H w9&9 111.M ^oo^ Nat'I Adv. $4.05 and $5.05 tq.yd HERCULON Outdoor - Indoor CARPET Iwludlng HI-LO SCULPTURES freni 9 and 12 ft. width* In Redsi Irowni, Blues, Greens, Cold* and Heather*. Clean* with Vacuum or Hose. Ret and mildew proof, High Grade CARPET REMNANTS Reg. to $10,96'yd, ftj Open Doily 9:30 • 5:30, Mon. & Thurs. to 9 P.M. Closed t NO PAYMENT'tilJuno CYEARitoPAY t Low as II.M Month •etween 9th A10»h itrtttf

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Arizona Republic
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free