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Baptist Singing Group Home From 4,500 Mile Mission Tour '. The One Accord, a performance group from iFrst Baptist : Church in Fayetteville returned : home this iwcek after singing throughout Alberta, Canada ; during a June 1-11 mission tour. The 52-member group will present their tour concert, "A New World", at 8 p.m. Sunday ' At their home church. Sunday's concert will include Catholic Journal Urges Temperate Stand On Abortion By GEORGE W. CORNELL NEW YORK (AP) -- Commonweal, an independent Catholic weekly which advocated many of the contemporary reforms in Roman Catholicism before they became realities, suggests the Church should temper its stance against abortion. Catholics should "abandon their vain hopes for any kind of , total legal ban on abortion" so as to join in a modified approach with other Christians and Jews to halt a mounting · tide of abortion-on-demand, the weekly says. In an editorial, it says that moderates of various religious bodies accept abortion in hardship cases such as rape, incest or badly damaged fetus, but . not for casual reasons, and a . common stand on those terms could be more effective. "In a society as diverse as ours ... an absolute ban would be impossible as well as ill-advised, and the other members of any broad coalition could not conscientiously accept such a total ban," the weekly says. "Working together, however, it would be possible for Catholics and others opposed to wholesale abortion to map a prudent course which would permit abortion only for serious cause ..." The results would not be "all- or - nothing legislation" against abortion, but would curb t h e wholesale trend in such operations "save hundreds of thousands of lives and end the growing identification of the antiabortion cause with the right wing," the weekly says. Commonweal, a lay-edited journal whose reformist views made it a bellwether fo the Church changes launched by the Second Vatican Council of 1962-'65, devoted a recent issue to the abortion question. · Proxmire Is Hit For Statement MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Sen William Proxmire's criticism of recommended daily allowances of vitamins and minerals plays into the hands of charlatans and quacks, a University of Wisconsin professor says. In a Senate speech this week, the Wisconsin Democrat caller the recommended daily allow ances unscientific and said the group which drafted them war "influenced, dominated and fi nanced in part by the food in dustry." But Alfred E. Harper, a biochemistry professor wh( heads the University of Wiscon sin's Nutritional Sciences De partment and was chairman o: the group which drew up th standards, dissents. "Statements such as those you have made aro irrespons ible," Harper said in a tele gram to Proxmire. "They play into the hands of every charla tan and quack whose aim is It convince the average person that his or her diet is in adequate ana t h a t his or hei health depends on the use o urmeeded, overpriced vitamin pills and food supplements." Harper told newsmen Friday hfe committee consisted of professors from five universities representatives of the U.S. ag riculture Department and t h f National Institutes of Health but no representatives of t h e food industry. The study was paid for by the National Institutes of Healh Harper said. Judge Henley Listens To Cummins Inmates LITTLE ROCK (AP) -Judge J. Smith Henley of U.S District Court heard inmates o the punitive wing of the max tmum security unit at Cummin Prison Farm Thursday and Fri day tell what they thought wa. wrong at the facility. Henley declared the slate penitentaries unconstitutional in 19S9. However, he ruled las summer that they finally me constitutional standards. Th proceedings were held to hea. inmate testimony about individ aa! complaints filed with the court. The most common theme ii their testimony was a charg that Sgt. Birt Brogan was in timidating and harassing In mates of the punitive wing. The inmates finished thei testimony Friday night and wil begin their defense at 1 p m Tuesday. ' The inmates are put in th punitive wing for Infractions o prison regulations. They ar kept inside all day and are fee mostly a diet of "grue." suppo eedly a nutritious mixture o many Ingredients made into pgrtty and served between slices ·T bread. Every third day the receive a regular meal. oreography, stage lighting d a multi media presentation addition to accompaniment a rock band. The music inges from contemporary rock traditional hymns set to a octern beat. The program was mpiled and arranged by the e Accord. "his year's tour covered 4,500 i 1 e s through Kansas, lorado, Wyoming, Montana d the Canadian province of berta where I he high school d college students presented ncerts in Calgary, Red Deer d Edmonton. While staying e r n i g h t in Yellowstone tional Park, the group sang veral songs in the lobby of the itet. 3reg Hochsletler. is director the group. PURPOSE One of the purposes of the was to start work on ilding a church in Red Deer, Ih a population of about 000. Willow Park Baptist urch of Calgary will serve the parent to the mission irk in Red Deer. The group talked to a variety individuals including one boy 10 held a tear gas container front of the group and realened lo blow the building with it to a girl from a oken home who was living (h a foster family. \ crowd of 350 prisoners Lened to the One Accord sing the F o r t Saskatchewan enitentiary near Edmonton, berta. Along with Greg Hochstetler, aperones for the tour In- ueled Dr. and Mrs. Paige attcrsou, Dr. and Mrs. Jim ayncs, J. D. Canithcrs a n d y Harris. Additional performances of L New World" will be given the area of Oklahoma, i s s o u r i and Arkansas roughout the summer. The concert Sunday will be en to the public with no mission charge. Church Briefs CONVENTIONS SET The Watchtower Bible and 'ract Society of New York will told conventions in Little Rock md Tulsa this month and next, iccording to Keneth A. Rader. The Little Rock convention will be June 27-30 and the Tulsa (invention July 4-7. Jehovah's Witnesses from this area are ixpected to attend. BECOMES BRANCH The Reorganized Church ol 'esus Christ of Latter Day Saints has been officially lesignated as a Branch. The .group has held mission status ,ntil early this month. Elder ,loyd Adams, Bishop Don {yser and District President Moble Gault participated in the :eremonies which was high- ighted by the appearance of ormer pastors. REVIVAL SET Revival services will be held at .the First Baptist Church of Greenland June 17- 23 with ser- 'ices at 7:30 p.m. daily. Svangelist will be the Rev. llarence Shell Jr of Little lock. Special music w i l l be iresented by John and Vicky tennett of Salina, Okla. TO PRESENT CONCERT The Temple Deaf Choir from Temple Deaf College, Kansas City, will sing in the morning services of Temple Baptist Church in Springdale Sunday. Services will be at 9:45 and 0:45 a.m. The public is invited. Panovs En Route To Israel Today VIENNA AP) -- Ballet stars alery Panov and his wile Gana Ragozina were in Austria day enroute to Israel after a ·month battle to leave the So et Union. Panov, 35, a former star ol eninfirad's lamed Kirov Bal t, said he would resume train g for an extensive dance tour, c also said he was carrying ans for two new ballets in his cad. Mrs. Panov, 25, told friends Leningrad Friday that she uffered a miscarriage las "onday in Vilnius, three days ter she and her husband were ranled exit visas. The Panovs first applied to migrate to Israel in March 972. Panov was fired from the irov troupe and Ragozina, a oloist, was demoted, and then so fired. Panov, a Jew, was granted a sa last December but told his ussian wife could not leave. But he refused to leave with ut her. Onn week a"go the L ngrad visa office unexpect lly told the Uanovs £hey were ce lo go. Arriving in Vienna, the ouplc was spirited from the irport without talking to wait ig newsmen. There was no in ication when they would con nue their voyage to Israel. Wilderness Land Proposal Draws Controversy LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- There were i n d i c a t i o n s Friday hat Gov. Dale Bumpers' "request to the legislature for $3 million for the purchase of wilderness lands may meet consid erable controversy. The $3 million has been in eluded in a tentative list ol items Bumpers says will be in his call for a special legislative session this summer. Discussion on the matter took place at a meeting of the Lcgis lative Joint Auditing Com mittee. Legislative Auditor Orve Johnson, at the request of state Rep. Lloyd George of Danville agreed to find out what per centarge of land purchased bj the state Game and Fish Com mission is purchased with fed eral money. "I know that a lot of federa money goes into this land,' said George, who opposec Bumpers' proposal to appro priate $10 million for wilder ness land purchases in the 197 General Assembly. The proposed $3 million alsi would pay for a staff to bandit the wilderness land that woulc be purchased. George said he thought feder al funds could be used to bu such land. "There is a vehicli now set up where we don' have to use the taxpayers money (or these wildernes lands." he said. Other legislators wantei Johnson to provide them will inventories of state wildernes lands, but George said he al ready had provided that infor mation to them and would d so again. CHICAGO (AP) -- Father'si ay, which this yerr is cele- rated on June 16, was, ironi- ally. inspired by a Mother's ay sermon. Mrs. John Bruce Dodd. a pokane, Wash., artist, is cred- ed with fostering Father's "ay, according to researchers or The World Book Encyclo pedia. She got the idea white stening to her minister deliver i impassioned sermon on lOtherhood. Mrs. Dodd's mother had died oung, so her father had to aise six children alone. As she stened to the minister praise .others for the hardship they ndured in raising their chil- ren and tending to all the fam- y needs, she reflected on her ather's sacrifices and specula?d that there must be other fa- hers whose similar sacrifices ent unrecognized. In a letter to the president of e Spokane Ministerial Associ- tion. Mrs. Dodd proposed a ay to honor fathers. She sug- esled June 5, her father's irthday. The association approved the dea, and the Spokane YMCA ublicized it. However, the sug- ested dale didn't allow the linisters enough time to pre- are sermons, so the celebra- on was scheduled for the third unday in June. Thus, on June 9, 1910, Spokane became the rst city to honor fathers with special day. The mayor proclaimed a city- vide celebration, and the gov- rnor established observance hroughout the state. A strong push for a national 'ather's Day came from Harry I. Meek, a president of the Up own Lions Club of Chicago, hough the Lions crowned him he "Originator of Father's y," Meek admitted that the dea first occurred to him in , five years after Mrs. xld's suggestion. He sug- ested it in speeches before everal Lions' Clubs, and the dea caught on. The Lions also IMMANUAL BAPTIST CHURCH invites oil University Students to attend their services Sunday: Sunday School Worship Service Training Union Worship Service 9MS a.m. 11:06 a.m. 6:15 p.m. 7:3* p.m. Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Worship Service Everyone Welcome you are invited to worship with THE NORTH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST North Street ot Uveratt Bible School 9:30 Morning Worship ___ 10:30 Evening Worship 6:00 H«or the HttraU of Truth Ch. 7 at 9:00 For Transportation coll 521-1933 Win over Athletic Injuries Sports, o with every other activity, can be brought under a ipiritual discipline, assuring man of God's constant protecting care. Broadcast thri wank over many «foti«r» Inducting KHOG 1440 kc -- Sunday 9:15 a.m. A Christian Science radio sartai Father's Day Gained Status As Result Of Various Efforts celebrated the third Sunday In June. That was the Sunday closest to Meek's birthday. The following year. President Wilson participated in the Father's Day ceremony by press ing a button in the nation's cap ital which unfurled a flag ir Spokane. Despite this national gesture, though, many sections of the country did not take part. P r e s i d e n t Coolidge also showed interest in creating national day "to establish more intimate relations between fa- Lhers and their children" while in office. And. in 1936. a Nation al Father's Day Committee was Formed in New York City to promote the celebration actively on a national level. Perhaps the most notable re cent effort to make Father's Day "official" was by Maine's Sen. Margaret Chase Smith in 1957. She said the official recognition of Mother's Day required that Father's Day receive the same honor. . . . Congress has been guilty now for 40 years of the worst possible oversight.' to say t h e least, perpetrated against the gallant fathers, young and old, of our land," she said in her proposal. In 1972, the long wait for national recognition came to an end when President Nixon signed a Congressional resolution giving Father's Day the same status as Mother's Day. Bradley Recount WARRED Ark. (AP) -- A new winner was announced by election officials Friday follow-' ing a recount of votes in the race for Bradley County judge. . Complete but unofficial returns from the Democratic ran- off primary Tuesday showed the winner to be Joe Fowler over James · Ernest, but the recount made Ernest the victor by nine votes. The tally was 1.641 to 1,632. Catholics Report Oppression Of Chinese Church VATICAN CITY (AP) China has launched a new p r o p a g a n d a drive against the Roman Catholic Church, according to an. authoritative Jesuit publication. Luigi Ladany, the Jesuits' veteran China-watcher, writes in the current issue of La Civ- ilta Cattolica that in recent months radio stations in Fukien and Yunnan have renewed atrocity charges against Roman Catholic missionaries. Father Ladany quoted broadcasts that described mass killings of Chinese children at Catholic orphanages for "experiments with the eyes and flesh." He said the new attacks on the Church were part of a broad anti-religious campaign. Some "traditional and popular plays" now include remarks that "God did not create the skies, the earth or man," he wrote. Last year Fides, the news agency of the Roman Catholic missionary institute in Rome, quoted Chinese Catholics who aad left the mainland saying that priests were restricted to labor camps and churches burned or turned into nonreligious use. The Vatican says it has no ways of ascertaining the fate of Roman Catholics in China, who numbered 3.2 million in 1949, including 96 bishops and almost 6,000 priests. But the Vatican has hoped that its thaw with Communist nations of Eastern Europe would eventually reach the nation where a quarter of the world's population lives. PHNOM PENH. Cambodia (AP) -- Government forces lave established a beachhead near besieged Longvek 25 miles north of Phnom Penh in an attempt to evacuate 25,000 civil- Holes-ln-One SEATTLE (AP) -- It wasn't planned that way, but it turned out to be Senior Citizen's Day Friday at the Jackson Park Golf Course. First. 71-year-old Vaughn Abbey rapped a seven wood dead to the pin for a hole in one on the 125-yard llth hole. r*ftt.Wtjga AftaMM HMfS, M., JlNM IS, 1*74 «) Cambodian Forces Attempt Evacuation Of 25,110 Civilians Energy Advisory Committee Set Up ·WASHINGTON (AP) - A new cabinet-level Committee on Energy was established Friday to advise the President on matters of energy policy. The committee will be headed by Treasury Secretary William E. Simon, who formerly was the government's energy chief. The current federal energy administrator. John C. Sawhill, commented that there is a developing surplus on the world fuel market "which should translate into lower prices at the pump" by the end of the year. The group, announced by the White House, replaces the Energy Emergency Action Group, which had been created last November. Members of the EEAG not listed on the new committee include the Defense Department, the National Security Council and the Cost of Living Council. However, it includes the secretary of state and the chairman of the A t o m i c Energy Commission, who had not been on the EEAG. Sawhil! told newsmen in Philadelphia prior to an address before the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce on Friday that gasoline prices would probably drop not more than two to five cents a gallon. ians trapped in the military camp. The Cambodian military command said a government naval unit established a base across the Tonle Sap River from the besieged city and that troops from Longvek have made · "linkup." The command did not indicate the site of the naval unit or the precise nature of the linkup. Longvek came under seig« three months ago when a government task force retreated to the city after being driven out of another beachhead to the south during an attempt to re- lake the provincial capital of Oudong. The rebel troops then encircled Longvek. trapping 4,000 soldiers in addition to the 25,000 civilians. The government has resupplied those at Longvek by airdrops, but both food and water have been scarce. On the political front, Prme Minister Long Boret reported no progress in his attempt to Form- a new government. Long Boret resigned on Thursday amid dissention in his coalition cabinet and was quickly named by President Lon Nol to form a new government. In other military action, the command said that fighting again flared at three points along Highway 4 southwest of Phnom Penh. The road, which once was the capital's link with the deep water port of Kom- pong Som, is now largely in Khmer Rouge hands. Golf Final PORTHCAWL. England - U.S titleholder Carol Semple moved into the final of the British Women's Golf Championship with a 3 and 2 victory over Scotland's Maureen Walker THESE CHURCHES INVITE YOU TO ATTEND SERVICES THIS WEEK -ADVCNTBT- ! tevenlb-Dty Adveullst i East South Street ' KEITH MATTTNGLT, Pastor Phon« 521-748*. ! Service* on Saturday? ' 9:30 »m. Sabbath School 11:00 a.m. Wonhlp Servfaw t 9:00 pjn. Tuesday Prayer nwet- tal + ' -ASSEMMY OF GOD- Ceatnl Assembly *f God 613 South CoDet* GERALD GRITFTN. Pastor 9:45 SundBr School 11:00 ajn. Morning Wonhlp 7:00 pjn, Wednesday Prayer 7:00 pja. EvanceUattc Service* 7:00 pjm. Wednesday Yoath S«*- Carrary Assembly ·» Gtt 3070 North (inland J. W. FARRELX. Pastor ROBERT HILL. Youth Minister Sunday Service*: »:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:OO a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. children'! Churc Evening Service!: 6:00 p.m. Choir 7:00 pjn. Evangenstio . Mid-Wee* Service: ' 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Night 7:00 p.m. Youth Service 7:00 p.m. Bible Study -r «rst AwemWy al God 15» W. «h Street BEV. DON SMOTHERS. Faator 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:00 p.m. C. A. Service 7:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Bex rlea 1:30 pm. Wednesday Kid-Week Service Trinity Temple laasasjiblUs ·! IM*) 1100 Rolling HU1 Drive BOB MOORE Minister of Youth Mustc. B. J. WTLLHTTE, Pastor Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 5:00 p.m. Youth Service ftOO p.m. Evening Worship Tuesday 9:30 a.m. Morning Prayer Group 7:00 p.m. Youth Prayer Group Wednesday: 7:00 p.m. Youth Service 7:00 p.m. Bible Study First Baptist Chnrch Greenland, Arkansas Pastor, REV. JACK K. LAWSON 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 M a.m. Morning Worship 8:30 pjn, Training; Union 7:30 pjn. Evening Worship 1:30 pjn. Wed. Prayer Meeting Ridgeview Baptist Chnrch . Rwy'16 £. (Across from East- rate) JOYLE WESSON, Pastor Tor transportation, phon* 442iunday: 9: is ajn. Sunday School 11:00 ajn. Worship Service 6:00 pjn. Training Union 7:00 p.m. Worship Stervic* Wednesday: 7:30 p m. Midweek Prayer Serves 4 Sycamore Baptist Church mi. out on Dean Street Member ABA. Rev. JERKY WALLACE 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship 6:15 p.m. BTC 7:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. Choir Practice B/ednesday: 7:30 p.m. MBY 7:30 p.m. Adult Bible Study Ifood Avenne Baptist Church 1225 Wood Avenu* (BMA of America) vraarL JOHNSON, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Wonhlp Service e:30 p.m. Evening Service 7:00 p.m. Wed. Might Service Payettevflle PreewD Saptist Church 1018 Hughu St. RIV LOVD TH3MAS. Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Wonhlp Sexvloa «:30 pjn. C. T. S. 7:30 p.m. Wed. Kld-WMk Service +· iPTOf-- Bnckner Baptist Chmrcb 2720 Wyman Road LYNVTLLE EATON. Putor Phone 442-9132 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship ft 00 p.m. Youth Meeting 7:00 p.m. Evening Service* 7:00 p-m. Wed.. Prayer Meet! University Baptist Church ~*trtk«rs ·spllitl 315 W. Maple 314 W. Lafayette K. D. MCCARTY. Fatter Sunday: 9:30 am,. Worship Celebration 10:iS a.m. Sunday School 6:30 p.m. Worship celebration Wednesday: 7:00 p.m. School of Prayer Central BaptM Chart* 1301 North Comer Cregv a Bally Member ABA KCV. J. R. ALMOND. Paalul Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worphip fi:30 p.m. Baptist Training Course 7:30 p.m. Evening Wonrtifp Pint Baptist Clnrrcb '*mthem Baptist) College and Dichson «ZV. PAIGE PATTntSOII. *30 a.m. Sunday School 10:50 a.m. Morning Woranjfr Broadcast over KHOG 6:00 Training Union 7:00 p.m. Evening WoraMp Broadcast over KNWA-7M 7:» pjn. Wednesday Tram The Sal?««lo« Army Corp* 17 west Rock Corps Officer -- Cast. Roger McLemore Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:M a.m. Holti.ras Meeting 7:00 p.m. Salvation Meeting Wednesday: T:M p.m. Pryer Bptist Clmcb In rellowihip with the GARBC REV. RUSSELL DAUBERT Pastor Old Wire North 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Youth Meeting 7:30 p.m. Evening Service Wednesday: 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting + Vtnt Free WiT) ttaptt-t Clnrek Corner of Rlways 45 E. % 2B JAMES L. SPEARS. Pastor 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. C.T.S. 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:Jfl p.m. Wed. Prayer and Bible Study Calvary Baptist Chnrch PASTOH: JERHY BITRNAMAN Corner Maple and West Streets »:45 a.m. Sunday School 10:50 ajn. Morning Worship 6:» p.m. Baptist Training Serr- Ice 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Serr. 7:90 Family Night Serrtc* and Bible Study Wednesday ttananel Bapthrt Chink Baptist) -CATHOUC- S(. Thomas Anninas Church Rev. ROBERT T. DIENERT. Pastor Douglas Leverett Sts. Saturday Mass: 4:30 P M (AJJ.T.l Sunday Mass: 9 11 A M . I .M. when school is in session. Weekdays: Monday. 7 AJJ.; Wednesday. 11:30 A_M.: Tuesday, Thursday Friday. 4:30 p.m. Holiday Masses: 7:30 pm. Anticipatory Mass: 7:30 p.m. Day before. St. Jo«eph'» Catholic Church Cast Lafayette and Walnut Sto. REV. LEO RrEDMTJELIJai Phone 442-MO4 Weekday Masses: *.:00 a.m. Sunday Masses: 9:00 a.m. 11:00 Holiday Masses: 7:00 a.m. and CO* .m. Anticipatory Mass on 9stl and Day before Holiday at 6:00 p.m. --CHRBOTAN-- Baldwin Christina Chen* Dnclptee M Chrtstl Higtrway 19 East BOB HUGHEY. Minister 10:00 a.m. church School 11 :M a.m. Wonhlp Service* ·4- Central Christian Chnrcn 419 West Roci Strr"^ STERLING McBEE. Minister Phone 511-7510 10:00 a.m. Bible School 11:00 a.m. Worship Service* 7:00 p.m. Evening Services 7:00 p.m. -- Wednesday. Bible Study and Prayer Services First Christian Chnrch (Divlptfs of Christ) 220 N. Colleie Ave. Phone 442-4674 STEPHEN CRA NT-OB D Minister unday 9:30 a.m. Church School 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship Tuesday 10:00 a.m. Circle II Wednesday 6:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper 7:00 pjn. Choir Rehearsal -f- Oak Manor rrn-rstlati Chunk NE Cor. Old Wire ltd. e» Old Missouri Rd. RON JONES. Minister Home: 267-3238 Office: 443-5475 Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Mornina Worship 6:00 p.m. Sr. Hlffh and College 7:00 p.m. Evening Service 7:00 p.m. Wed, Bible Claa* -CHURCH C* OffllST- Chnrch of Christ Lafayette FOT-S* Street 10:30 a.m. Sunday Worship + Chnrch of Christ South Hin Street 10:30 p.m. Morning Worship Service 6:30 p.m. Evening Service Wednesday 7 p.nx Worship Ser- Tlc* GORDON *W a.m. Sunday School IIM a.jn. Morning WorsMp a:15 p.m. Training Union 7:30 pjn. Evening Serrica 1 7:30 pjn. Wednesday Mid-Wees: Scrric* RoObuj rUB, BaptM /Southern Baptist) WILLIAM BROCK WATSON Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 s.m. Morning Worship ftM p.m. Churtrh training 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship TOO p.m. Wednesday Kld-VJ Sejvkss BapOtt Ctanb Corner 13th-Dunn DON G. JOHNSON. Pastor 9:45 s.m. Sunday School 1*45 ajn. Worship Servkw 6:30 p.m. Training Union 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:00 pm. Wed. Prayer Meeting Uatty Baptist Chwrch A.B.A. 1 miles west of 71 Bypass m V.3. K STEVE WOOD, pastor Phone 27-3»44 »:ii Sunday School 10:46 Morning Wonhlp 6:30 p.m. Training Course 7:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship , I'M p.m. Wed Evening Worship Baldwin China ·( Cart* Highway 16 East ROBERT O. DOCKEHY. IClnllts* 10:00 «.m. Bible Study 10:30 ajn. Worship 6:00 pjn. Bible Study 6:40 pjn. Worship 7JO pjn. Wed. BIN. Stnfty Charch «f Christ Farmtngton, Ark. GEORGE L. DOCXERY. Minister 10:45 a.m. Worship 7:09 p.m. Worship Sen 7:30 pm. Wed. Staging ble Study --«"··: --CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST-First Ch«rreh of Christ Sdeatjai ITU Rolling HUta Drtve , 11:00 ajn. Sunday Berries) 11:00 son. Sunday School 1:00 pjn Wednesday Meeting 9:15 am KBOG Sunday Radfc if?erejn Christian Science Reading Boom, S40 W. Dickson open each after. noon from 12 to 4 o'clock except Sundaya and Holidays. Mnrth Street Catnrh rl Chrast A W CHTSM. Minister Phone 2-9171 or 2-777] Sundsy: 1:30 a m Bible Study 10:30 t.m Worship 6:00 p.m. Evening Worshtp Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Bible Study Church of Christ Johnson, Ark. Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Morning Bible CI 10:20 a.m. Worship 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship Service Wednesday: 7:00 p.m. Bible Class and Dera- tion For Traaiporueai new WM Ctareh rt CM* Old Wire Roe* Worth Just North of Township Rosal LEWIS J. SHARP. Preacher Phone, 442-7437 Phone 442-74M IttOt a.m. Bible _ 10:50 a.m. Worship ·:30 p.m. Evening Worship T:3* pjn. Wad. Erssitog W istlls Chnreh tf Christ Locisrt and Center ALBERT GARDWZB MbuWs* Sunday: *3* a.m. Homing Bib!* CUM 10:30 a.m. Worship S*rrtca AJg. eon p.m. Ivsedng Bibls CbM «:4» (xm. Worship Ssrvles FJt Memorial Kxtnodht "· West Stein Street J. MAURICE LANTZR. Pastor Services at 11:00. t:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:«5 ajn. Morolnf Worship £00 pjn. tottth Fellowships 7:00 po. Evanlnf Worship St Jamei United Methodist Chej-ch 10:00 am. Bible Study ~~ rship Service 6:30 pjn. Bible Study Trinity MctfaodJsi Charch GwUad and Syeamora LAJWY DODGE^^SSSi 8:30 t-m. Sunday school 10:40 AJU. Uornlnf Wortfafo £8 S -NAZAKNE- Goshtn Church of the IVuaressi DONALD RAY REED, Pastor nd Carpentar, Mtatater of 6:M p.m. NYPS Program 10:00 ajn. Sunday School " : J" »Jn ':» p.m. Serviea. 6:00 p.m. NYPS Proaram 7:30 p.m. Player and Pralsv :horch Of Tbi Nuareu 2M7 Old Missouri Road 521- BEV. St. PraTt Episcopal Oncrcb 234 North Eut AT*. THE REV. KDWARD I. SAI-MON, June L6 1974 -- Second Sunday after Pentecoit or Flret Sunday after Trinity 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion 10:00 a.m. Holy Communion 11:00 a.m. Coffee Jk Study Group 6:45 p.m. PamHy Evening Pray*r EVENING PRAYKR is r*ad Monday ihru Friday (except Thursday) at 5:30 at St, Paul's Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Rector** Forum Wednesday 10:00 a.m. Holy Communion at St. Paul's 12:00 noon Holy Communion at t. Ma rtin'J/lunch, Thursday 7:00 a.m. Men's Fellowship iTeakfaai/Holy Communion 7:00 p.m. Holy Communion/Unction -tATTE* DAY SA.NTS- Tbc Rewjptiihcd Clnrcli of Jens Christ of Latter Day SatsU 2715 Old Wire Road Fayettevnir: 443-24M 751-2012 ft45 a.m. Church 9prvk« 11:00 a.m. M"rnlxif Worship T:30 PJXL .v*fl. Pnyer -UfTHERAN- Sthrt J«*n'» Lutheran Chare* «:» p.m. Evening Serrhw ':0» p.m. Wed. PTaysr + -NON-DfNOMINATIONAl- vanitllsijc Uhlpel nl] Gospel IOKN McCLENDOH. Pastor 25 East South Street JftOO a.m. Sunday School '! : 2S a.m. Mornlnx Worship J : JS "·*"' ^"""a: Service 7:00 pjn. Wed. Bible, amOj aretleville Blhl« Chuck 1030 S. Collat* PAUL BOND. Pastor 7:30 p.m. Wed. Ni 1»:00 ajn. Sunday tex,} 11:00 a.m. Mornlnf Worshlt 7:ao p.m. tnainf Wonhl* Mdlolnlnc th. II of A Campos) S46 w. Dlckaml at Arkaikaas H W CLATBAJCEX. Paitor. Sunday: 9:00 a.m. Sunday School At BLMa Study 10:00 a.m. Worship. Nurwry cafe provided. Holy Communion celebrated on 1st )rd Sundsya of th« month. Good Shepherd Lutheran Chnrch (LCA) Rollinj Kills Or. and Old Missouri Road Fayettevlllt DR. CHARLES CKAMBZRtATM Pastor Sunday: »:30 a.m. Worship J u n e 10-21 ».00 i ir..-11:00 a.m. Blbls School Nursery Car* Provided -MimOOBT- Vetted IKXhesM LEWIS CHZSSR. Pastor Old Win KosHl HorO- WorsM. . Cborcfi 1a IS OsnTsJ Uitteit MetawoM Chan* Hcksos smd marhand DR. JOEL, COOPEB,. Minster KONAIJD «-M a-m. Worshtp »«rvlM *·.· am. Chore* aVbool J»J» sum. Wontttp aVrrsM M* pis. Towtt Choir ·*·» t.m. UM.T. suck mn (m. UJtT. ActMtiss «-m. Sunday School Church Hlwar 71 South REV. DON THOMAS. Minister Phone 4*2-2787 10:00 a.nv Suixlay School 11:00 a.m. Moroni* Worship 7:00 p.m. Ennlnt Wofshlp 7:30 pjn. Midweek Prayer strr- « Wednesday. Faith Teaching Ministry San( ··eaAsoKsjl Hallsms) 2 Blocks South alt Kwr. la on Sans Ave. Phone S21-40M or W2-«4« NOHMAN Wn-KrE, Pastor f-ti a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morninf Worship J*0 pjn, Ivan«ellstlc Service 7.-M pm W«d, rsfsttr N-icht United Pentecostal Chnrch ef Jesgs Christ «M West 15th ttnel BAY HASSEZX, Pastor 10:l» a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Monuv Wora*r» 7:00 p.m. EvaniellsUe Service Wednesday 7:30 pra. Bibl* Study Saturday 7*0 p.m. Youth Carries Grace dnrck (CunberlaDd Preabrteriu) Wedington Drrn ·AHOLD BARTHOLOMEW. *:U sjn. Sunday Sckool IS4J s.m. Worship Serrtcsi ·:00 pjn. Youth Meeting ·:0ft p.m. Evening Serrlo* JB. WsdrBihla itodj Pint U«hd Pmhrtertu Chsjrrh 1W1 KBSOI Drtr* PrasbytsllSB Rtn BCV. CLATBORNI BZLL. DAVTD VZXNER, Asss. t-, Mt s-m- Church »rto»l 11 M un. Monrin* WmMp S:«» Junior Hl«1. Utsttrf · svt«ria» Tonth^^ IMIsnior Rarb DBM.SI ·»· Chveh MM*af u Pr«sbytseia»-ei»rUsBsii Csnlsj Mapte and Store* tOmtt BEV. PAULWEBTBTaiO kU SUBS, Church Sebovl U» s-av HMD* Tinahss.

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