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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - June 27, 1953, Oakland, California                                Oakland Tribune, Saturday, June 27, 1953 BETHANY GOSPEL HALL Bethany Gospel Hall 1940 23rd AVENUE Sunday School Class. Breaking of Bread. 11 a.m. o m. Gospel Service THOMAS HILL, Speaker Thurs., D.m.. Prayer. Ministry LEONARD S. INGRAM, Speaker Old Saint Mary's Church ot Oakland" 7ih and Jefferson Streets HI fata CATHOLIC St. Francis de Sales In the Hesrt of the City CORNER GROVE AND I1ST STREET Special and Reasons) Devotions______ HOLY MASS ON SUNDAY MORN- ING AT 10, 11. Tuesdays: MottKT of Perpetual Hf ip Devotions. and p m. Friday: Holy Mass 12 10: Holy Hour 7.30 y m. DAILY MASS 7fcl p.m. Sunday M.tsaes: 6, 9. 19, 11. Sermon M isle at High Mam. 11 i.ra. Daily and a.m. Sunday Evening Service, o'clock St. Jarlath's Church 33ftO Fruftvaie Avenue At Montana SUNDAY MASSES: t. 10, 11. WEEK DAY MASSES: 1 and 8-15 a.m. Sunday Masses: 7. 8. S. 11 (High) Holy Dayi. 8. 7, 8. B. Dally: 7. 8 First Friday: 7. g. --------------------------------CHRISTIAN--------------------------------- trtr fririftrian frilirrri Worship Service, 11 a.m. irsr. v-nurcn "HOW TO MAKE UP St. Leo's Church Piedmont Ridgway Aves. Oakland Corner 29lh and Falrmounl II block Emt of Broadway) Dallaa Oladson, Mlnlater Fred J. Jobi, Associate YOUii MIND" Solo. "Thr1 M.irtden Argall, Baritone Anthem, "With A Voice ol Singing" Fruitvale Christian t. 17th and Fruttvale Avenue HUGH N McCALLUM. Mlnlltes Mn ftrna Lesser. Choir Dlrecloi Bertha C. KKchet Organist ____ Worship a.m. "A DEACON'S ORDEAL" 8 p.m Evening Service "THE RESURRECTION OF OUR LORD" a.m.. Church School 11 a.m Woshlp Service "THE CONVENIENT SEASON WHICH NEVER COMES" Sermon bj Dr. Flnegan HKIST1AN AND MISSIONARV ALLIANC! Sunday School 8'44 a.m Worship Service 11 00 a.m Youna Penple. 8-30 o m. Evening Service, p m. Thomas WllUamion. Paitoi Wednesday, p m. Prayer Service University Christian BERKELEY Bui 7 to SCENIC end LeCONTE Dr Jnck Flnegan. Minuter Church of The Cedars 1301 Oxford Street Berkeley Grand Avenue Alliance Church "THE BIBLE TEACHING CHURCH" Grand Avenue at Falrvlew. Piedmont PI edmnnl 6-7200 REV. EVERETT MONTGOMEHV PASTOR Bible School, a.m Younc People. 6.30 p.m. Worship Service a m "THE GUEST OF A SINNER" Reception of New Members Evening Service. p m "GRASSHOPPERS AMONG GIANTS" Baptlsrr.nl Service The Neighborhood Church THE CATHEDRAL OF TOMORROW" UacArthiir Boulevard at 84th Avenue WORSHIP A.M. REV. EARL SEXA'JER fount People'! Societies. p.m. Organ Recital. p.m. p.m., "Seven Lonely Days" Services nightly except Monday at CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Christian Science Churches Branrhes of The Mother Church The Church of Christ. Scientist, In Boston, Massachusetts. Subject of the I.rs'ion Sermon, June 28th "CHRISTIAN SCIENCE" First Church free Reading ITtb St. Open Dally 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Except Sunday and Holidays Wednesday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Franklin Street Sundays, 11 a m. and b p.m. Wednesday Evening si I Sunday School, 11 a.m. Second Church 478 34th STRUCT Free [leading Telegraph Open dally 9 a.ra. to A p.m. Sundays and Holidays 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays. l.  a.m. to li p.m. Dally Downtown Heading KOOm (Except Wednesdays Until i p.m.) Sundays and Holidays .Reading Only) 407 19th STREET 1 p.m. to S p.m. All an Cordially InvttM Attend Services Reading Rooms______ Piedmont FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST. MAGNOLIA AVB. Corner BONITA All Are Cordially Itrttsd Sunday Services, 11 Sunday and 13 s.m. Wednesday evening Testimonial .Meeting 8 o'clock Reading Hoom open 1 to 440 o.m. Monday through Filday_________ Alameda FIRST CHURCH Or CHRIST SCIENTIST 1164 CENTRAL AVENUI AU Are Cordially Invited Sunday Service. 11 a.m. and 8 p-m. Sunday School. and 11 n.m Wednesday Meeting g p.m Reading Room. 2437 Santa Clan Avenue. 11 p.m.. Encept Sundays and Holldsys. Wed, to 7 San Leandro First Church of Christ. Scltntm 104 Button Avenue Sunday Service. 11 a.m. Sunday School. and II a.m. Wednesday B p.m. r Heading Room Church Edifice IJ-S. except Sundays and Holidays San Lorenzo CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Services and Sunday School, 11 a.m. s.m Ixrsnio Community Center 453 Psseo Orands Wednesday Services First snd third Wednesday at g p.m. 1261 Sunset Boulevard Church of Christ 5433 SHATTUCK AV2NU1 Serving Berkeley Ot 'eland and Alameda Pbone OL rmple J-W33 CHURCH OF CHRIST a.m.. Bible Clessee 11 s.m.. Mornlai Worshtu p.m.. Mutual Edification Program Wed., pjn., Midweek Meeting Churches of Christ CENTRAL. S31 ISth STREET JESSE STEPHENS, Minister. TE 8-4184 Bible Class. SJB. a.m.. Morning Service pan.. Evening; Service Radio KROW. Sunday. a.m.. EAST OAKLAND 2808 35th Avenue Joe GUmore Jr., Evangelist KE 4-5900. KE 4-5981 Bible Study. 10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. and D.m. Mondav. 7-30 p.m.. Men's Training Class Tues 10 30 a rr.. Ladles' Bible Class Wednesday, p.m.. Preaching HAYWAHD Corner Grace and Soto Streets Erven Harris, EvanselisJ a.m.. Bible daes 1 11 a.m.. Morning Worship 7 p.m.. Evening Worship Wednesday. Bible Study. pjn. -CONGREGATIONAL- SAN LEANDRO Corner Lewis Street and MacArthur Boulevard Lloyd Mover. Preacher Bible Study. 10 a.m. Worship. a.m. and 7 p.m. Tues.. 1 p.m.. Ladles' Bible Class Tues.. 8 p.m., Men's Training Class Wed.. p.m.. Bible Study LOckhaven "-7062. LOckhaven 9-0510 First Congregational Church H irri.on at 98th Street Dr. Clarence Reldenbach. Minister 11 a.m.. Church, Service "Unselfish Selfishness" Dr. Clarence BelJ-nnach win preach Plymouth Congregational 9909 FJKDMONT AVENUE Church School, a.m. Gtwwt Pitcher, from Hollywood Congregational Churcn CHURCH SERVICES DIVINE SCIKNCE Divine Science Center Affiliated with Divine Science College Denver Y.W.C.A.. ISth and Webstrr' Rev. Marian Leverme. Minister Sundav Worship. Healing Service. o.m. Thursday Healing Meeting at a.m. Phone KE Hog 4-3558 EPISCOPAL St. Paul's Episcopal Church THE REV. JAMES COPE CHOSSON. Rector Grand Ave at Morteclto Ave. and Buy Place, three blocks east of Broadway 8 a.m.. Holy Communion It a.m., Morning Prayer and Sermon by The Rev. Thornton T. Denhardt YOU WILL LIKE ST. OF OAKLAND'S MOST BEAUTIFUL CHURCHES. COME THIS SUNDAY Christ Episcopal. Alarneda Santa Clara Avenue at Grand Street The Rev. Richard Millard, Rector The Rev Richard Shackeu. Curate Bam.. Holy Communion a.m., Family Service 11 a.m.. Morning prayer and eermon by Ihe rector, Rev. Richard Millard followed by Coffee Hour In the Parish Hall St. Andrew's Episcopal 5201 HH.I.F.N Off 55th Avenue The Rev. Malcolm H Miner. Rector Mr. Wilbur Mclbye, Organist Holy Communion, g a.m. a.m.. Morning Prayer and Sermon Wed.. 10 a.m. Holy Communion Services at MILLS 'COLLEGE Chapel during renovation St. James' Episcopal "Church ol Interior Beauty" ITTH AVE. AND FOOTHILL BLVD. Serving Community nearly 100 Years Rev W H. O. BATTERSHILL, Rector B a.m.. Holy Cotnm., Church School, Summer Session 11 a.m Morning prayer and Sermon "AN INVESTED FAITH" Nursery, trainee aduii in Coffee Hour at close of service St. John's Episcopal 1707 Gouldln Road V, block off Thornnin Drive Thr Rev. C. Corwln Calavan, vlear Wed 10 15 a.m., Holy Communion B fc.ni., Holy Communion a.m., Family Worship Service Crpirch School Clauses. 3 to IS year a.m Morning Prayer and Sermon Child Care at all wrvicea St. Peter's Episcopal Church A Friendly Church Thai Teaches You a Practical Workable Religion Brondway at Lawton Canon L. D. Gottschall, Rector Dr. J. Edward Cordon, Organist Broadcasts: Saturday, KRE Sunday, n.m., KYA Holy Communion, 8 n.m. Chornl TCuchnrist and Addics.1- 11 n.m. "DO YOU WANT PROTECT 8 p.m., Healing Service nnd Addresa "PRAYER THAT BRINGS AN ANSWER" Friday, 10 a.m., School of Prayer at Rectory_____________ Trinity Church TELEGRAPH AT 29TH STREET Downtown Episcopal Church Busses 40. 41. 43 Rev. F. A, schillins. Ph.D. EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN Holy Communion, 8.30 Church School Kindergarten Nursery. 11 a.m. 11 a.m.. Morning Prayer and Sermon by the Rector Wednesday noon. Holy Communion ROCKRIDGE EVANGELICAL United Brethren Church College at Hudson and Manila Harvev N. Chinn. Minister OL 2-4155 Worship Service. a.m. "THE CHURCH AT WORK" Evening Service. p.m. "THE PROOF OF GOD'S LOVE" FOURSQUARE GOSPEL Evangelist Ethel Heidner "Deeper Teaching" Ministry evangelist Nlehtly except Monday and Saturday at at The Foursquare Church 5609 Telegraph Avenue Rev. and Mrs. Maurice L. Tolle, Pastors Sunday, 11 a.m., "A CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM" by Rev. Tolle Elim Tabernacle 1522 Eighth Avenue Mrs. John Hubbarcl. Minister FULL GOSPEL 10 a m., Sunday School' PROF. JOHN W. HUBBARD of Wcstmont College -will ereach   Minister Church School a.m. Worship Service. 11 ajn. "JOHN WESLEY. A MAN OF GOD'1 Evenme Service o.m "LOOKING IN A MIRROR'.' Pioneer Methodist- TELEGRAPH AT S7TH REV. CHESTER McCUSKBY, Minister ajn., Sunday School REV. CHESTER McCUSKEY. New Pastor will preach at both services a.m. and p.m. NAZARENE First Church of the Nazarene 1AOO Lakeshore Avenue Herman L. G. Smith, Pastor School, a.m. REV. CHESTER MULDER, ot Chaplain serving In Japan will-preach at 11 a.m. and p.m. Revival! -PENTECOSTAL. Revival! Revival! with EVANGELIST ANDREW UHSHAN Noted Assyrian Minister of Iran Continues nightly except p.m. Hear United Pentecostal Church 1649 Pastor J. E. Klemin Mth Avenue Phone SW eetwood 8-8143 -----LUTHERAN MISSOURI Churches of "The Lutheran Hour" International Broadcasts. EVERY SUNDAY AT a.m., KFRC p.m.. Northern California Lutheran Hour, KRE Bethlehem Lutheran I8TH AND MAGNOLIA TE mplebaT 3-4073 CHARLES CUNE, Pallor Sunday School. ajB. Hour of Worship. SJSL. Evening Service. p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting. tMt SMB. Bethlehem Lutheran Telegraph at Prince Street Berkeley Martin Enfel, Pastor Phone AS hberry 3-B821 "A New Church With the Old Gospel" 10 a.m.. Sunday School a.m.. Adult Bible Class 11 a.m. Service "THE DESIRE FOR FAITH" Calvary, San Lorenzo 17080 Via W. A. THIELE, Pastor LU cerne cerne 1-57J4 Holy Communion, a.m. S.S. Bible Class at a.m. Divine Worship, 11 a.m. Rev. George Mieger, Guest Speaker ____ First Trinity Lutheran 17th Avenue and East. 15th Street Albert H. Wessllne, Pastor-ln-charge TR intdad 3-8243 Sunday School and Adult Bible Class, a.m. Divine Worship, a.m. "BLESSED ARE THE MERCIFUL" Bernard C. Melger, A.A.O.O.-Organist Grand Lake Lutheran "In the Hearl ol the East Bay" Euclid at Van Buren Avenues. 12. 18 or 51 Bus William G. Ruehle Pastor HI 4-538J, HI 4-2317 Sunday School, a.m. 11 a.m.. "SHOWING MERCY" Professor H S. Clock, Pulpit Guest Pilgrim Lutheran 3000 33TH AVENUE Take No. 15 bus, Mountain Blvd. R. W. SCHWERMANN. Pastor Phone KE lloB Uog 3-7214 a.m.. S.S. and Adult Bible Claas 11 a.m.. Worship Service "EXEMPLARY CHURCH OFFICERS" Installation of Church Officers Redeemer Lutheran 8lst AVE. and BRANN ST. REV. FRANK HAEDICKE Pastor TRInldad Inldar! 3-7018 S.S., Graded Bible Classes. a.m. Divine Worship and 11 a.m. "JESUS, THE SEEKER OF SOULS" Holy Communion at both services Last week ol Vacation Bible School St. Paulus Lutheran TELEGRAPH AVENUE AT 4Ist ST. WM. F, PETERS. Pastor Phone: Church, PI edmont 5-0724 Residence, PI edmont 5-11B6 S S.. Bible Class. a.m. Divine Worship, German at 10 a.m., English at 11 a.m. "A LESSON ON JUDGING" Vacation Bible School, Monday through Friday at 9 a.m. St. Peter's Lutheran 294 BROADMOOR BOULEVARD San Leandro SWeetwood 8-4970 HERMAN C. THEISS. Pastor Sunday School, a.m. Divine Worship, 11 a.m. Guest Speaker, DON WOLKHENHAUER p.m.. Vesper Service University Lutheran Chapel a-m' 2740 COLLEGE AVENUE, BERKELEY A Student Congregation at Parks Air Force Base The University ot California Scnrchlng Scripture Hour, 10 a.m. Rev. Don Dcffner. LA 4-5283 No student supper hour Zion Lutheran Church and MYRTLE STREETS REV. ARNOLD LEVENHAGEN Pastor TW inoaki mplebar Sunday School a.m. Worship Service. II s.m. "MOSES" Sermon by the Pastor PRESBYTERIAN First Presbyterian Church Broadway st 26th Street 'Beautiful Church with the Inspiring Music" DR. THOMAS FRANKLYN HUDSON. Minllter Worship Service, 11 a.m. "The Revised Standard Version of the Bible" Dr. Thomas Franklyn Hudson Alameda Presbyterian SANTA CLARA and CHESTNUT Robert T. McFarlane, D.D.. Minister Mrs. H. V. Starr. Organist Emll Q. Miland, Choir Director Worship Services, and 11 a.m. "THE ANCHORS OF THE SOUL" p.m., Joint Meeting of High School and College Age Westminster Fellowship First Presbyterian, Berkeley DANA and CHANNING, BERKELEY ROBERT B. MUNGER, D.D., Pastor W. M. Phillips. Minister of Music Worship Service, a.m. "BIGGER THAN THB BOMB" (Broadcast KROW, 960 on the dial) 8 p.m., "GETTING ALONG WITH OTHER PEOPLE" First United Presbyterian The Friendly Church 5951 COLLEGE AVENUE (Busses 91 and 58) Rev. Loyd O. Gaut. Minister Worship Service, 11 a.m. "A CHRISTIAN IN HIS RIGHT MIND" Evening Service, 8 p.m. "INTO DEEP WATERS WITH GOD" Sermons by Rev, L. O. Gaut "Bride and Groom Sunday" Service at 11 a.m. will honor the couples united In marriage by the Rev. Perce H. Hayley SPECIAL MUSIC Maud Dunn Jackson, John Arnedt, Dr. Jack Gllkey, Suzanne Stevens- Choral Choir, Baptism' and Dedication of Children. Refreshments at close of service. Public cordially Invited. p.m., "CHRIST AT THE CROSS-ROAli" Fruitvale Presbyterian Church 2735 MacArthur Boulevard f Knrrri Sunday Services, and H a.m. nnisiae rresDyienan nurcn communion "Jesus Took The Bread" "A Friendly Worshipful Church" p.m.. Youth Groups 7964 Hillside, below MacArthur m.Fllm: "Who Is My HOVEY M. HOVAGIMIAN, PASTOR Wed., p m.. Vacation Office, LO 8-2032, Res. LO 8-4991_______School Public Program. Park Blvd. Presbyterian 4101 PARK BLVD. and HAMPEL No. 10 Bus on Broadway .then Gast on 13th Street OR. A. LOR1N RIDINGS, Pastor Sunday, a.m. "YOU CAN NOT DO IT" Message by Dr. Ridings t p.m.. Junior High Fellowihto 7 p.m., Senior High Fellowship p.m.. Cheerlod t Saint John's Presbyterian 1640 College Avenue, Berkeley DR. STANLEY A. HUNTER, Pastor Howard Stampfli, Music Director BE rkeley 7-8396 10 a.m., Worship Service Rev. Stuart S. Prstt, Guest Preacher Yeuell Harris, Guest Soloist 8 p m., Film: "ALL THAT I HAVE" Join the "Morning Watch" s.m.. Weekdays KRE. Disl 1400 -RELIGIOUS BROADCASTS- Ptpe Organ-Chlmss Inspirations) Talk Bast Bay Church Federation RELIGIOUS SCIENCE First Church of Religious Science The Oakland Montecito Avenue s.m. ORGAN ZACHAROt 11 a.m.. Dr. Lillian Hopper "THB ONLY MAN COD KNOWS" 1 Special Healing Service Solo: "The Lord Is My RAY MANTON. TENOR. VOCAL SOLOIST AT 1452 ALICE STREET DAILY MEETINGS, 12 noon to 3 p.m. -MENTAL SCIENCE------------------------- Sunday 11 s.m. Semes Classes: Tuesday snd Wednesday st p.m. snd Friday st t p.m. Mental Science Church EBELL THEATER 1440 Harrison Street Rev. Fen wicks L. Holmes, PhJX Reading Room open dally --------------REORGANIZED LATTER DAY SAINTS REORGANIZED a.m., Church School Church of Jesus Chnst MAKE A OT LATTER DAY SAINTS 1024 ASBBY AVE.. BERKELEY Elder Thomas R. Bell. Pastor IV.9Q M.lll.. ASWEJ.7 n Elder Jury Runkle p.m., "GOD'S PROMISE TO HIB Elder T. B. Bell -REVIVAL CENTER- REVIVAL CENTER REV. HARRY MORSE. PASTOR 415 Btb St.. Near Broadway In Downtown Oakland Rev. Joseph Reznicsek formerly of India Services Every Night Except Monday and Friday at SUNDAY, 10 AJ4-, PASTOR'S BIBLE CLAM 11 MORNING DEVOTION First Temple of Spiritualism r Greetings by Mitele Monroe .1443 Alice Street Earl Dowd, Carl House, Mr. Burkholder Mltzie Monroe. Minister Tues., p.m.. Class Night __----------------- CNTTAEIAN First Unitarian Church 14tb and Castro Streets blocks west ol City Arnold Cramptaa. M.A.. BJJ.. Minister Church School end Church Service. II a.m. "RELIGION AND YOUR SENSE OF UnTERIORJTY" THEOSOPHT "Theosophy on the Air" Sundays to. p.m. over KRE June ZOO AND HIS VEHICLES" July FOR YOU" Public lecture. 8 p.m. Sunday by Mr. Fred Werth "THEOSOPHY, A PRACTICAL WAY OF LIFE" Refreshments will be served. No lectures during July. Theosophical Society. Oakland Lodge Y.W.C.A. Building 1516 Webster Street United Lodge of 1 heOSOphlSts Thursdays 8 D.m., Studv and MASONIC TEMPLE. BANCROFT and dlscmslon clans on works of SHATTUCK. BERKELEY CAUF. P. BlavaUky snd Wm. Q. Judgs. No fees or dues. All welcome. Lakeside Unity Temple Athol Ave. at E. 18th Street Affiliated with Unity School REV. ALMA M. MORSE, Minister Radio KRE, Sat., 10 a.m. Church, II .i.m, "IT'S THE LAW" Rev. M. Morst Youth of Unity. 7-9 p.m. 2 p.m., Healing Meeting Wed., B p.m.. W. J. Cameron Oakland Unity MADISON STREET TEMPL1 1453 Madison Street Rev. Wm. V. Morgan, Minister Worshlo Service. 11 a.m. "DESTINY CALLS YOU" Mr. Sherman Anderson. Guest Speaker Wed.. 8 p.m. Studv ot Metaphysics Thurs.. 2 p.m.. Narclsaa Haxtman San Leandro Unity Affiliated with Unity School Alta Mlra Club. 561 Lafayette Tuesday and Thursday 3 p.m. Wednesday at 8 p.m. Sunday Services at Masonic IK West Joaauin Avenue San Leandrc 10 a.m Adult Class. a.m. 8.Is 11 a m., "THE GOOD SHEPHERD" REV BARBARA B. LVON Minuter VEDANTA Vedanta Society EAST BAY CENTER HASTE AND BOWDITCH Busses 51 and 43 STREETS. BERKELEY ASSEMBLIES OF GOD Sunday. June 28th. at 8 p.m. "THE KUNDAL1NI AND THE AWAKENING OF HIGHER CONSCIOUSNESS" Speaker: Swami Ashokananda Bethel Tabernacle 19th Avenue and E. Uth Street Rev. Arthur M. Otteson. Pastor. KE Uog 4-4OO m.m., Sunday School Ham. and p.m. REV. AND MRS. FLOYD THOMAI, Missionaries to Africa Colored pictures st p.m. Calvary Temple '6119 East 14th Street Oliver L. Foth, Pastor KE Hog J-2246 11 a.m., Communion Service p.m., ORGAN p.m. Tony Traina FORMER CATHOLIC ALTAR BOY AN UNUSUAL TESTIMONY First Church Tenth Avenue and East 14th Street Rev. F. A. Sturgeon, Pastor a.m.. Sunday School 11 a.m., "Fresh Manna" Rev. F. A. Sturgeon. p.m., "Established in Surety" _________________Rev. Inez Sturgeon_________________ Your Last Chance to Hear "The Wilkersons" Sunday Night Subject, p.m. "Will '53 Bring Translation or Monday Night Musical, p m. Concluding Sermon by Evangelist Wllkerson Oakland Revival Tabernacle (The Church where Christians of all denomination! worship God) I Oth and Broadway Dr. C. J. Lowry, Pastor Bancroft Ave., San Leandro BAPTIST BANCROFT it JOAQUIN AVENUES Rev. Jesse Parker, Vallelo, Speaker off ESTUDILLO p.m., Sacred Concert by Choir Dr. O. C. Wright, Interim pastor Sermon: "THE SINGING HEART" Wed., p.m., Worship Service Reception at close ot servlca _ Brookside Baptist Church 3300 MacARTHUR BOULEVARD WM. E. APPLE BERRY, Minister AN dover 1-0061 Sunday School, 9'M v.m. 11 s.m., Worship Service "TURNING ASIDE TO SEE" Evening Service, p.m. "ALL THINGS WORK TOGETHER" College Baptist Church 528 33rd Street near Telegraph Dr. H. O. Van Gilder, Pastor Bible School, 10 a m. 11 a.m., "Abandoned of God" Sermons by Dr. Van Gilder p.m., "Mercy in the Midst of Wrath" Tuesday at 8 p.m. "Communism in the Churches" Dr. Carl Mclntire t President International Council of Churches First Baptist Oakland Telegraph Avenue and Twenty-Second Dr. George M. Derbyshire preaches st both services Evening Worship, p.m. Sermon THE LILIES" Lovely Muilc, Beautiful color pictures, a Sermon on Flowern Morning Worship. s.m "WHAT IS THE Church School, a m. Hillview Baptist Church and H Streets Decoto, California Rev. Richard Hopkins, Pastor A cordial welcome to alii Sunday Services: Sunday School, s.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Service, p.m, Wednesday: Prayer and Song Service, 7 p.m.; Choir Practice 8 pjn. Lakeshore Avenue Baptist 3518 Lakethore Avenue H, N. GEISTWEIT, D.D.. Pastor Broadcasts: KSFO Dally 6 a.m.. p.m., Sunday, 11 a.m., p.m._____ TV-KPIX Sunday Noon Sermons by Dr. Galstwelt Lakeside Baptist 3rd Ave. and E. 15th Street ORIEL L. HANSEN Pastor Bible School. a.m. Worship Service. 11 a.m. __ "THE PRAYER OF PROSPECT" p.m.. "WHAT THE CHUUCH MEANS TO ME" Sermons by Rev. Peter Unruh Melrose Baptist 47TH AVENUE and BOND STREET ERNEST L. HASTINGS Minister. KE HOE 2-3840 BROADCAST KROW Sun.. p.m. ----------------------CONSERVATIVE BAPTIST Airport Baptist Chapel South end of Hayward Airport on Hesperian Blvd. Sponsored by the Elmhurst Baptist Church Worship Service, 11 s.m. "CHRISTIANITY IS DIFFERENT" Rev. E. L. Hsstlngs 8 p.m.. Dr. E. E. Lewis, Spesker Daily Vacation Bible School continues Monday thru Friday, I a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mr. Dave lupt. Church. 11 a.m. Mr, Carl Smith. Pastor Calvary Baptist Church 1605 Broadway. Alameda .Rev. Clyde Paul White, Pastor a.m.. Church Bible School p.m.. B.T.U. REV. JOHNNY HOPE. Director of Oakland Youth For Christ, will preach at 11 a.m. and p.m. Wed., p.m., Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Elmhurst Baptist Church 1501 90TH AVENUE One Block off East 14th Street REV. PAUL E. HORN. Pastor LOckhaven 9-7111 11 a.m.. Worship Service REV. JERROLD F. MAY, Guest Spesker Evening Service. 8 p.m. GORDON MCLEAN, Guest Speaker _____ First Baptist Church OF WASHINGTON MANOR 1247 Georgetown (near Carvalut School) LA ndscape 0-9314 ____ Foothill Blvd. Baptist Sunday School, a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Service, p.m. Sermons by Rev. Louis L. Kallnchek Thurs., p.m., Prayer Service 1530 Foothill Boulevard Guy Archer Wenlger, D.D., Pastor a.m., Nine S.S. Departments Evening Service, p.m. "THE 'IF' IN VICTORY" Sermons by Rev, Robert Owen, Assistant Pastor Grace Baptist Church 182nd and Mateo (1 block north E. Uth St.) Lucerne 3-2188 Bible School, a.m. ______ ____ i SOUTHERN BAPTIST 11 s m.. Worship Service REV. FRANKLYN HAMBY, Speaker p.m., Evening Service REV. FRANK FRIESEN, Spesker BAST OAKLAND Southern Baptist Church 18111 Cdes Avenue LO Ret. LO t. Warren Smith. Pastor Sunder (cheol, Morning Worship. 11 SJH. Training Union. p.m. Evening Worship, p.m. Prayer Service Wed.. i   

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