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Benton Harbor News Palladium Newspaper Archives May 22 1965, Page 5

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News-Palladium, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1965, Benton Harbor, MichiganSaturday May 22, 1965 Jacoby on Bridge by Jacoby it son Vanderby cup winners newspaper Assn. Like Many other members of his profession Orin e. Babe Hollingbery retired Washington state football coach is an avid player. When he picked up that 10 heart suit he considered a dazzle dazzle pass play to be Fol Lowed by bidding his suit later on but settled on a straight Power play through the line and bid Lour hearts. West looked Over his tremendous hand and decided to coun Ter babe s play with a Little Power of his own and bid five clubs. North was t going to slay out of the auction with seven Good diamonds and the King of Spades and bid his suit at the live level. East looked at Bis collection of deuces and must have Felt North 4kb v62 7.4 West East aaq105 4.j974 v k. V none 4 a 498654 akqj985 South a q j 10 987543 4 none none both vulnerable South West North East 4v 5 5 pass pass pass Dale pass pass pass opening Lead a at mercy Hospital like a coach whose 13 Best play ers had suddenly been declared ineligible. He liked diamonds All right but had no defense against hearts so Easl passed As he should. Baho went bark to hearts lie was going to stand by Hal 10 card suit. West went on to six clubs and North made a Brilliant pass. It was Brilliant indeed because West would have wrapped up his six club contract. Of course if North had Dou bled he chances Are thai babe would still have bid six hearts but when North failed to double babe bid six hearts on the theory thai he could lose much it he worst and might even make his contract if things Well particularly Well. Things went even belter. There was no Way for Wisl to beat the six heart contract but lie chose the unfortunate open ing Lead of the Ace of diamonds where upon babe made All the tricks instead of a Mere dozen. Card sense bidding has been South West North East pass pass admissions patients admitted to mercy Hospital during the past 24 hours were Benton Harbor mrs. Ray mond Catania route 4, Box 196 Charles Kennedy 1598 Leeds George Dill 2318 Irving mrs Ethel Payne 709 Colfax mrs. Jack Brant 707 Pearl Alvin Cayo 241 West May James Jones 791 East i Eroy Hull 382 Miller Edell Jackson 976 Wauconda Gwen Thompson 578 Green Frank Johnson 138 Fredericks. Births Benton a boy weigh ing 6 pounds 15 ounces was born for. And mrs. Rudy card 295 Lormar at Friday. Discharges Benton Richard Bow Den 1094 Blossom mrs. Lcona Conerl 538 Edwards Steven Daniels 2015 territorial mrs. Virginia Dunlap 840 Thresher mrs. Karl Elston and daughter route 3, Box 343c Tony her Bert 385 Walnut Billy and Presley masters 735 East main mrs. Kenneth Peters 794 Columbus Richard Phillips 567 Baird Paul sin uni 1010 pipe Stone mrs. Joseph Sirk 2308 Irving Joseph Taylor 140 Oake mrs. Sharon Timm 373 territorial. Is. Joseph mrs. Richard Burnside route 1, Box 523-r. Mrs. Myrtle let yield route 1, Oxbow Road. Stevensville alien Stewart route 1, Box 117, salvation army sets speaker for revival meetings 1 t 2 . Pass 1 2 v 4 pass pass you Smith hold a 6 a 4 what do you do Birl again. Your hand is minimum but your Spades Are Good and your partner has gone of his Way to show you that lie is Short in clubs. If you want to Lake control bid Blackwood. If you to he super scientific bid five hearts. If you want to keep things simple bid either five or six Spades depend ing on your optimism. Today s question instead of responding one Dia mond your partner responds one heart to your club opening. What do you do now answer monday local Church to Host annual Tea for District 13 the Nowlin Street Church of god in Christ Church will Host the annual Green Leaf Tea sponsored by Ibe hospitality group of District 13, from 3 to 6 . Sunday May 23. Special guest will be the state co chairman of the hospitality group mrs. Margaret Green of Lansing. Chairmen for the Tea Are mrs. Otic b. Adams of Niles District pc Sirlene and miss Hannah Lewis the local president and miss Gwen Baird. Music at the Tea will be provided in part by Dennis fair miss Zelma Baird and mrs. Dave seals. Bethlehem Temple the apostolic Faith oneness pentecostal Church Eljer w. H , of Biol ii . Mornant l i Matt it t. M. Fit Christian Mumn m Cariri school to War rank o. Movek tint Fth will mint of a Mem i a new revival meetings will begin next week at the local Salva Tion army Citadel 91 Blinkley Street. Services will be held at . May 25-30. Or. Ronald Crozier do of Joliet iii., will be the Evange list. Or. Crozier is a Well known revival and Camp meeting preacher and has conducted meetings in All 50 states. Sunday school will be held tomorrow at . With the worship service and radio broadcast on Whf Al brigadier Clarence e. Czilzer will speak. The sunday night evangelistic service Al 7 . Will feature i. Alice Brown. The news palladium Benton Harbor Mich. Page five news of local churches sermons hit bus Eye Oro Bioko Church picks mrs. Genii As new president Buchanan mrs. Robert i Gunnn was elected president of the woman s society of Chris Tian service of Oronogo Metho dist Church tuesday at the Home of mrs. Oliver Lemon. Other officers include mrs. Vernal Shreve vice president mrs. Robert Letcher Secretary mrs. Herbert g. Wal Huist treasurer mrs. Philip Birong mrs. Hohertz Strauss mrs. Lemon secretaries. A salad luncheon will be held i the Buchanan methodist Church thursday May 27 from 11 a. M. Until p. M. The menu will include homemade breads cookies and crackers mrs. William Conn and mrs. Al Len Cable Are co chairmen. Grade school band concert to be sunday sixteen fifth through eighth graders from the Edith p. Gar Rotl school will present a band concert sponsored by the seventh Day adv list Church at . Sunday May 23. It will he held in the fair Plain West school auditorium. Director is Glen the son of Paul Daniel the band director at Andrews University. The concert is open to the Public. A free will offering will be Laken. Ministers relate specific messages there is noticeable new steam in pulpits throughout the nation and it is going to become More intense. This is the prediction of a leading denominational Magazine in analysing the Sermon trend. In the past ministers fended to voice lofty thoughts that often failed to touch their listeners personally says the Christian advocate in its May 20 Issue. But today they arc pressing specific Public issues. This change says editor James m. Wall is disturbing Many Church members who do want to hear sermons that Deal with social issues and poli tics or that Are too far ahead of the As an example of themes be ing stressed and which should be pressed with increasing vigor editor Wall slates specifically we say negroes must live in our Community for without them we Are deprived and without us they Are deprived. Negroes will live in our Community soon. Let us move Over now to make that possible this particularity will be As strongly resisted in Northern White suburban churches As it has been in Southern commune he warns. Confined within the spiritual realm until recently or. Wall analyses the preachers devel oped an ability to sound practical without being his editorial in the Christian the methodist biweekly Magazine for ministers and Lay leaders says pointedly that the old style Sermon was assimilated without any real threat to the existing pattern of in contrast or. Wall writes today s pastors Are pressing Church members to think about and to take practical action on such specific concerns As the National image the meaning of each individual s vocation and changing sexual mores in Addi Tion to racial desegregation and integration. Specific sermons arc now a part of a renewed de clares editor Wall. We Are leaving the age of pious generalities. And in the end the pain of particularity will be a Joyful announce topic soul and body is he subject at Christian sciences churches this sunday. The responsive Reading will include this verse from psalms my soul Long eth Yea even faint the for the courts of the lord my heart and my flesh Crich out for the living god is. English catholics fail to join in native culture London greatest failure of the roman Catholic Church in Britain is its inability to integrate itself into English culture says a recent report from the Rev. Michael gallon editor of the Catholic Gazette monthly Magazine of the Catholic missionary society. In what he Calls a balance Sheet article on the slate of the roman Church in England father Allon writes the Catholic population in England continues to stick out like a sore thumb from Ordinary englishmen. For too Long the Only relevant question to be asked about a person is is he a Catholic if he is then All is Well. The result is the miserably Small percentage of Cath Olics in parliament or Public while the number of new churches schools and parishes might indicate Progress is being made writes father gallon if one digs deeper one might in Earth facts that cause doubt and a Little perhaps he suggests the position of the roman Church in is really quite precarious. At times one gets the impression that most of those who come from abroad apart from the Irish have the convert rate he says is paltry enough compared with the laps Alion rate. In fact the enthusiasm for conversion in eng land seems to have vanished. A certain disillusionment has set Best sign of Hope father is the awaken ing of the laity. He urges Lay Loim Catholic family movements. The Power of Faith Rell Caon in the news becomes Nan after raising stepchildren Cincinnati

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