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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 16, 1968, Ironwood, Michigan The Power of Faith by Wood i Ishmael or. Burleigh Matthews an Eye specialist of Indianapolis ind., and his wife Are actively engaged in trying to help the cause of so far to help the they have shipped 50 tons of medical equipment to 10 hospitals in India sent 38 tons of medical supplies to world medical Relief in Detroit Mich. Built a medical dispensary a 25-bed Hospital. Lep Rosarium and an electrical system for Kam Alnagar hos Pital in India. They have also provided for India pairs of glasses As Well As 38 scholarships. They have sent supplies and 600 pairs of glasses to Katanga Congo but or. Matthews says he needs thousands More. Or. Matthews who Calls himself an impatient Metho set up his non profit project six years ago in the garage in Back of his House. There he collects and packs most of the supplies with the help of members of the medi Cal auxiliary volunteers and a few retired men in the area. He has travelled All Over the country giving Over 364 speeches to stimulate interest in his project. Such stuff As dreams Are made medical sup plies and equipment that or. And mrs. Matthews have collected and sent will make the dreams of Many needy persons overseas a reality. A news features churches of the go Gebic Range and Ontonagon country Mon Wood apostolic lutheran Suther land. The Rev. Walter Reini pastor. Sunday school 9 serv ices in English finnish Sermon 1ju15. Assembly of god Mcleod and Curry. The Rev. N. L. Shotwell pastor. Sunday school 10 morning worship 11 eve Ning service Bethany covenant 333 s. Marquette. The Rev. Albert k. Borns pastor. Sunday 10 morning worship 11. First Baptist 236 s. Mans Field. The Rev. Jan d. Hettinga pastor. Sunday Bible school 10 worship service 11 evening service 7. First presbyterian Norfolk and Aurora. The Rev. John f. Koch minister. Sunday school worship service Church of the Nazarene Greenbush. The Rev. T. A. Wil Helm pastor. Sunday school worship service Young people s meeting evening evangelistic service 7. Church of the Transfigura Tion episcopal Aurora and Marquette. The Rev. John s. Horner Rector. Holy eucharist 8 morning prayer and Church school first Church of a Jurist scientist East Aurora. This Church is a Branch of the Mother Church the first Church of Christ scientist Boston. Sun Day school 10 morning Wor ship 11. Grace lutheran nor Folk and Aurora. The Rev. Ken Neth l. Nerenz pastor. Wor ship service 8 . Sunday school 9. Holy Trinity roman Catholic 117 e. Ayer. The Rev Ambrose Matejik pastor the Rev. John j. Chrobak assistant. Masses 6, and 11. Jehovah s witnesses Superior and Midland. Watchtower Dis Cussion St. Ambrose roman Catholic Marquette. The Rev. Joseph Dunleavy pastor the Rev. John Banach and the Rev. Vin cent l. Ouelette associates. Masses 6, and 11 ., and 7 . St. Like lutheran Suffolk and Vaughn. The Rev. D. L. Seng pastor. Worship service sunday school holy communion first and third sundays. St. Michael s roman Catho Lic 126 w. Mcleod. The Rev. Francis x. Ronkowski pastor. Masses and 11 eve Ning mass wednesday 7. St. Paul lutheran 113 s. Cuny. The Rev. Oliver a. Hallberg pastor. Finnish serv ice 8 sunday school family worship with Nursery Church Council meeting service at go Gebic med ical care facility Wakefield 2 Luther league couples program and social 8. St. Simon s Eastern orthodox Harding prayer service 10. Salem lutheran aur Ora and Marquette. The Rev Kenneth l. Nerenz pastor. Worship services 9 and sunday school 9. Trinity lutheran Lake and Margaret. The Rev. R. W. Heikkinen pastor. Fin Nish service sunday school and Bible classes English worship service 9 sunday school teachers meet ing 6. Wesley United methodist Mcleod and Mansfield. The Rev. Thomas h. Beaven pastor Wor ship services and 11 Church school Zion lutheran Lowell and Midland. The Rev. Viljo a. Puotinen pastor. English Wor ship 9, Nursery provided Sun Day school and pastor adult class 10 finnish worship 11 Luther league Bessemer first presbyterian. The Rev. James Lumsden pastor. Wor ship service 11 sunday school St. Sebastian roman Catholic. The Rev. Chester j. Franczek pastor the Rev. Joseph j. Polakowski assistant. Masses 8, and 11. Sharon lutheran the Rev. C. Raymond Homes Pas Tor. Worship services 8 and Church school finnish service Trinity lutheran the Rev. Clifford Brege Pas Tor. Worship services 8 and 10 sunday school and adult Bible study 9. Holy communion at 8 . Service. Ramsay Christ the King roman Cath Olic. The Rev. B. Neil Smith pastor. Masses 7, and 10 confessions saturday 3 and 7 . Riverside Bible. The Rev. Dale Lennon pastor. Sunday school morning service evening service 7. Hurley first presbyterian 4th ave., s. James e. Walker minister. Morning worship and Church school Junior High class after services. St. Mary roman Catholic 5th ave., s. The Rev. Robert Schipper pastor the Rev. Vin cent Bromley assistant. Sunday masses 6, 8, 10 and 11-30 weekday masses and 8. St. Paul s lutheran wisc on the Rev. Thomas Spiegel Berg pastor. Worship service 9 sunday school 10. Iron Belt St. Mary Madgalene roman Catholic. The Rev. James Tay Lor pastor. Mass 8 . Daily mass wednesday saturday a . Mercer Church of the Nazarene. Sun Day school morning Wor ship Young people s meeting evening service St. Isaac Jones and compan Ion roman Catholic. The Rev. Walter a. Torkildson pastor masses saturday 5 ., Sun Day 8 and 11 . Faith lutheran the Rev. Clifford Kessen Pas Tor. Sunday school 10 worship services 11. N United methodist. The Rev Erwin Teichmiller pastor. Worship service and sunday school 9. Zion lutheran the Rev. Thomas Spiegelberg pastor. Worship 11. Minocqua Calvary lutheran the Rev. George c. Krebs Pas Tor. Family worship Sun Day school adult Bible and membership class Fellowship dinner 6. Trinity eve. Lutheran. The Rev. Eugene Kock pastor. Wor ship service land o lakes Hope lutheran Missouri the Rev. Paul Brinkman Pas Tor. Worship services 7 and . Ontonagon Assembly of god. The Rev. F. E. Sarbo pastor. Sunday school morning worship 11 evening service 7. Baptist. The Rev. David Wood Man pastor. Sunday school 10 morning service 11 Young people s meeting even ing service 7. Church of the ascension. Episcopal. The Rev Charles Swinehart jr., vicar. Holy com Munion and Sermon 9. First presbyterian. Morning worship 8, with the Rev. Charles Swinehart in charge. Holy family roman Catholic. The Rev. Charles Herbst Pas Tor. Masses 8 and 10 Wees Day mass baptisms by appointment confession Satur Day 4 to 5 and 7 to 8 . Jehovah s witnesses. Worship service 7. St. Paul lutheran the Rev. John e. Helmke Pas Tor. Morning worship 9 Sun Day school 10. Silva lutheran lax the Rev. John Eilertsen pastor. Morning worship 9 Church school 10. United methodist. The Rev. Lloyd Christler pastor. Morn ing worship 9 Church school 10. Watersmeet Baptist. The Rev. Albert Stover pastor. Sunday school worship service 10-30 evening service 7. Immaculate Conception rom Man Catholic. The Rev. Samuel Bottoni pastor with Techny fathers Villa St. Thomas associates. Masses and 11. United Church of Christ. The Rev. Daniel Hinckley pastor. Worship service White Pine Community. The Rev. Lloyd Christler pastor. Church school morning worship 11 methodist youth Fellowship Faith lutheran the Rev. John Eilertsen pastor. Church school morning worship 11 Christian family education 7. St. Jade roman Catholic. The Rev. Patrick Wisneske pastor. Masses 8 and 10 confessions saturday 4 and 7 . Hunters mass 7 . Sun Day. Woodruff first eve. Lutheran. The Rev. Eugene Kock pastor. Sunday school worship service Montreal sacred heart roman Catho Lic. The Rev. Paul ischler Pas Tor. Masses 8 and 10. Wakefield apostolic lutheran. Sunday school 9. Bethany lutheran the Rev. Toivo Miettinen Pas Tor. Sunday school and teen Bible study English Wor ship first lutheran the Rev. Wayne Kuusisto pastor. Finnish worship and sunday school 9 English worship 1030 Junior High youth meet ing Calvary Baptist. The Rev. Kenneth Eisentrager pastor. Sunday school 10 morning worship senior youth hour 6 evening family service 7. Immaculate Conception roman Catholic. The Rev. Roland Dion pastor. Masses 7, 9 and Immanuel Lis Theran the Rev. Wallace Leno Pas Tor. Worship services 8 and 11 sunday school United methodist. The Rev. James Lumsden pastor. Wor ship services sunday school swears son info Navy via Telephone Denver Colo. A a u. S. Navy Captain swore in his son into naval service Friday even though they were More than Miles apart. The new recruit is John c. Porter 21, who is a student at the University of Denver. He held his right hand aloft while the left clutched a Telephone receiver to his ear. At the other end of the line was his father capt. R. A. Por Ter with the defense logistics service Center at Battle Creek Mich., who read the oath to Young Porter. The son will continue his Edu cation at the University then next june will go to new port r. I., for officer candidate school Pike s studies make him sure of hereafter by George Vav. Cornell a religion writer new York a Episco pal Bishop James a. Pike often criticized for discounting some aspects of Christian doctrine has become a firm and outspoken advocate of its primary be beyond death. It s indicated by the empirical he remarked in an in conclusion. For More than two years the Bishop has been probing psychic Phenomena along with numer Ous sessions in which he reports apparent communication with various deceased persons including his son James jr., who killed himself feb. 4, 1966, at the age of 20. After examining critically other possible alternatives he says Center for the study of demo cratic institutions of Santa bar Bara calif., Bishop Pike details his Case in a new Book published by Doubleday called the other asked what that other realm is like on the basis of what the Bishop said was apparent Mes sages from it he replied it natural explanations when pos sible but often finding none. The result he says enables me to affirm life after death As i including the late great theolo the natural thing to expect of j Gian Paul Tillich a Long time Friend and Mentor of Bishop Pike. Iron Wood Dally Globe saturday nov. 16, 1968 Page 7 who have died besides his son Ter View. It s the most plausible seems hard to describe in our terms just As it s hard for us to Salt Tell what Vichy noise tastes like. You it s Salty. But what s to it s a whole different plane of existence. It seems to be a kind of a growth from strength to much As the Prayerbook puts it. But it s not All heaven or hell but a growing or else a in his clinically analytical a the human psyche which Al ready seems to be in eternal his investigations gered by a series of strange moving clocks stopping at the time his son took place in an apartment in Cambridge eng land shortly after his son s death in new York. Two assistants witnessed the Phenomena. Baffled finally As suming his son was trying to communicate with him the Bishop consulted a British Cler Gyman who suggested he see a London spiritual medium Emma Twigg. Along with that first meeting with her on March 2, 1966, the Scranton Nixon no brinks an Type Chapel Hill . A p ormer gov. William Scranton at first the Bishop s son of Pennsylvania says brinks seems in a disturbed state and Manship is outdated and will Cave 4-hat to to purportedly says that nothing i be seen Over Here makes me policy in the administration of any More inclined to believe in later in june 1968, the son supposedly reports that his companions talk about Jesus. Of but dad they Don t talk about him As a Savior. As an example you see i Don t understand it yet. I May some time i May it s exciting sex not form a part of . Foreign citing we Are not the dead ones you Are the dead in the succeeding messages the son seems gradually to pro Gress from a rather Uncertain we Huj Jcj g-ijcu.the most reasonable explanation j count the Bishop a one time at is the affirmation of life after death. Turney and Navy intelligence officer subjects his experiences Bishop describes a dozen ses j condition to increasing aware Sions with various mediums Ness and activity. J both in this country and in eng land continuing up to june of this year. Republican president elect Richard m. Nixon. Scranton who said he would not accept appointment As Secretary of state in the Nixon cab inet told University of North Carolina students thursday night there will be less Confron tation and More negotiation when Nixon is president. Scranton said he Felt Nixon would rely on the National Secu Rity Council and the ideas of its members As in was operated during the Eisenhower administration. The Bishop reports apparent cajjg1 Sci Vico j.1u2 us Djup acquits i Ppitz Cill now a staff Jiember of the i to rigorous questioning seeking messages from several persons until 1961 anyone in England who survived a suicide attempt was liable to criminal punish ment. A billion copies of the Bible have been printed in More than a thousand languages since Gutenberg invented movable Type i in the 15th Century. A giant radio Telescope picked up bursts of Static from a Galaxy 2000 Light Yean away. In them scientists discovered these simple words your planet is in danger. As your morals decay your great cities slowly crumble. You Mil see wars and civil but we offer you the ancient message continued. A new world. We can give Yon knowledge and bring you the peace for which you have searched so Long science fiction not entirely. There is a message that originated in a Distant place Over 2000 years ago. It describes the world As it is today and it offers Hope for the future. The Bible inspired by god is a very real message one that you can begin Reading today. Then go to Church on sunday and meet the author there. Copyright 1958 act Star service tnc., Saros Buryj to. Sunday genesis monday i Kings tuesday Nehemiah wednesday Isaiah thursday Jeremiah Friday romans saturday i John this series of messages published weekly by the following business establishments White Cross pharmacy Hurley r. T. Williams Agency Bessemer National Bank Bunny bread chapped Zielinsk funeral service r. L. Zieminski director chief Oil co. City drug store Hurley c l Auto service inc. Engstrom funeral Home Hurley Everis r. Engstrom director first National Bank Ironwood Frick Zielinski funeral service r. L. Zieminski director we. J. Karpus manager go Gebic Auto co., inc. Go Gebic National Bank Hager lumber co., inc. Hiway "2" super Valu Bessemer Iron Exchange Bank Hurley Ironwood daily Globe Josephson s rest Home Ketola funeral Home Oscar Ketola William o. Ketola William h. Ketola Lakeside memorial Chapel Wilbert h. Junttila director Lake Superior Wilbert vault co. Moore s electric shop Walter Meyer s sausage co. Ironwood and Hurley Mckevitt Kershner funeral Home inc. Walter p. Kershner and Joseph Mckevitt directors Ray s Flower shop and greenhouses sky View nursing Hurtay St. James hotel

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