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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - February 19, 1946, Oakland, California Religion held greatest need Berkeley feb. 19. Religion not food clothing machinery or other material things represents the most acute shortage in the or. Ronald Bridges new president of the Pacific school of religion said last night. In an inauguration address at 1 first congregational Church where he the first Complete Lay Man innocent of All theology to head a ministerial training school or. Bridges deplored the fact that demobilization has been weaken ing the Church of Christ for 50 years this is the he warned when of us must show our credentials must prove that he be Longs to the human fifth president , c. Moderator of the congregational Christian churches of the United states or. Bridges became fifth president of the 80-year-old Pacific ical Seminary on the Pacific coast As representatives of 50 academic and religious institutions honoured him by marching in formal procession. A teacher of English at Arizona state teachers College until his appointment to the Berkeley Post radio commentator writer editor and Leader in the Republican party or. Bridges experience As a Lay member of the congregational Church has run the Gamut of every Job there is from janitor to mod witnesses of last night s impressive ceremonies saw his stole of office placed Over his head by or. Galen m. Fisher chairman of the school s Board of trustees who pre sided and Frank e. Carlson comp to Oiler and Secretary of the faculties greetings were read from or. Arthur Cushman Mcgiffert. Now president of Chicago theological Seminary and from or. Herman f. Swart also a former president. By. Deutsch Speaks representing the University of California or. Monroe e. Deutsch vice president and Provost said we Are living in a time in which there is a dire need of religious teachers. The transition from peace to War is not easy. In such a time of disturbed conditions there exists above All the importance of offer ing people something that is not subject to human shifting but is permanent and abiding and elevates men and women above earthly disturbances and gives them Calm re Liance amid the confusion that sur rounds in his inaugural address or Bridges remarked that the military and scientists the politicians and 1 diplomats have done an awful thing to their were commis signed he added we commissioned them to do we applauded too until at last we saw How terribly they had done. The climate of our Century has favored the business Man and the scientist and has been unfavourable to the teacher and preacher a change of climate would not Only attract Able vocations but it would strengthen and abilities of those Al ready serving in the classroom and pulpit. Somewhere in the Oak Ridge project there were perhaps John Wesley and Alexander Campbells who were diverted to the task be cause their mothers and fathers took a Short View of religion and a Long View of need for Good students Able intelligent Young men and women was stressed by the speaker. Judas too smart they need to be no More Brilliant than the 12 disciples and unless they have Strong compensating qualities perhaps they would better not be As Bright As Judas is canot. He seems to have had the highest . Of the 12 and he relied on it too inauguration of or. Bridges marked the opening of a three Day pastoral conference sponsored by school. Featuring the meeting will be a series of three lectures under the Earl foundation by or. Edwin r. Embree president of the Julius Rosenwald fund and out Jan drug authority on races and Cul 1ures. The series on the theme people of the will be open at 8 tonight in first congregational Church with other lectures tomorrow and thursday night. Washington Day banquet set Berkeley feb. Observance of Washington s birth Day will be marked by a banquet program under the auspices of Berkeley Lodge of elks and the United veterans Council Friday night at the elks clubroom Allston and Harold ways. The program will Start at 6 30 . It will include presentation of the mount Vernon Flag to the student body of Craigmont school. The Flag which has been flown Over the Birthplace of George Washington is awarded each year to the Berkeley school which in the Opin Ion of school department officials has contributed most to the promo j lion of . A civic dance will be held in the main clubroom at 9 Friday. William h. Burgess exalted ruler i of Berkeley Lodge of elks and i Vii hindi h. Lists prescient i i United veterans Council Are Gen eral chairmen of the program. Oakland Tribune tuesday fee. 19, 1946 or. Ronald Bridges new president of the Pacific school of religion receives his president s stole from Frank e. Carlson comptroller and Secretary of the faculties and or. Galen m. Fisher chairman of the school s Board of photo. Europe dark continent now Swiss educator reports Here m. Markham funeral tonight . Educator to advise m Arthur Hospital discussion booked to of Lyova Pori Towa supreme Queen cd lie of tic honoured saturday night at a meeting of the local chapter. Shown with her Are mayor Herbert l. Beach mrs. Jonzie Gary and mrs. Grace Cost seated left to and Bob Fouke stand chief Rabban of the Aahmes Temple of the shrine Oakland. Berkeley feb. Frank in. Freeman Dean of the University of California school of education Berkeley feb. Was called the dark continent today by prof. Adolphe Keller of the uni shall Oakland have emergency is scheduled to leave san Francisco Hospital centers will be discussed j funeral services for Elmer mar tomorrow for a flight to Tokyo. At the organizational meeting of the Ocellus Markham 43, of 5727 Vicente appointed by the state depart greater Oakland citizens comr Rit that wrong was Light that they had Street former construction on a committee which will tee to be held tomorrow at 8 _ an elder brother hidden in a cellar i varsity of Zurich. Switzerland who gave the first of three morning Earl of pc. Vicil tonal conference of the Pacific school of religion. Doctor Keller consultant for the world Council of churches con will be conducted at to night by Emeryville Industrial Post no. 1010, y.fw., at the Chapel of the Oaks 3007 Telegraph Avenue. From arrest by the Gestapo. Foundations shaken the tors been shaken and the problem of re education is one of the most difficult ones in the present efforts of reconstruction. The soul of millions is trusted Europe with the fortunate filled with fear and hatred or de continent America with its Victory sire for revenge. These psychology its Power and wealth its optimistic belief in Good will Ideal programs of world beginning in education. Doctor Keller said America represents a new begin Ning of the world he continued on the other hand the main Continental countries of Europe Are coming to the end of their world. It is not simply an abominable political system which is finished not Sim ply happiness and health of millions of human beings or the glory of ancient cultural centers which have come to an end but Many old cherished ideals of the european soul revered cultural values. The whole social order is not Only disintegrating but also something in the very Structure of the european mind. This transformation of the european consciousness has a sinister negative aspect As Well As a hopeful and positive one. That Man who believed in Power in the Superman in the illimitable possibilities of the human race has met his limits his Frontier line beyond which he can not reach for the moment. A moral contusion results irom mis disintegration which is Manifest especially in the members of the Young Gen j ration. For years they were taught Cal and moral Markham who was a Cousin of the by advise general Macarthur and the at technical High school. Japanese minister of education or i Richard m. Man or. Will be Freeman anticipated that his group chairman of the meeting with mrs will Contact elements in the school h j. Fran mar president of the p. Charge dismissed in Auto death Albany feb mans laugh of an automobile which Ter charge against j. Jasper 58, 2241 ninth Street Berkeley was Dis struck Jack o White 31, 914 Ferriro Street near the intersection of san missed yesterday by judge Louis j. I Pablo and Washington Hardie in the Albany City court. Jasper was held As alleged Driver new Yea s eve. The Case avenues was Dis missed because of Lack of evidence late Edwin Markham poet and author of the Man with a and former Oakland schoolteacher died sunday in a Berkeley Hospital after a Short illness. Markham who was born at Rio no favor Liberal demo i Allied authorities and a new class of leadership in the occupied coun tries 1 doctor Keller said the dark and sinister aspect of a psychological and moral situation is paralleled by a Glimmer of he added the end of a state of mind contains also elements of a new be ginning. The disillusionment of Man in Power stimulates a fresh search ing for higher values which can withstand even such an revival growing he reported religious revival is no doubt Manifest in the Christian world of the continent. A new Bible movement is growing and Many teachings of the old divine message receive a new and hopeful justification from recent historic he asserted the continent is certainly sharing the Awakening of a new world conscience and also a new Confidence not so much in a natural evolution and Progress for Wincn me Aiom porno is a Munten ing Symbol but in the redemptive moral and spiritual forces of the gospel sunk in the japanese attack. After his return Here he opened a meat Market which he had operated for the past two years. He was a member of . Post 1010 Piedmont parlor no. 120, n s . Oakland aerie no. 7, foe. And the meat dealers association. Markham is survived by his widow Gertrude e. Markham four Sisters mrs. Elizabeth Valdez mrs Alice elks mrs. Bertha Dalzell and mrs Josephine Walsh and a brother James h. Markham. Surgeon to Tell of iwo invasion Lieut. Richard p. Lyon who was attached to the marines fourth division and sent to iwo Jima As battalion surgeon will Tell of the first 26 Days of the Battle in a talk entitled sidelights of an at the regular noon meeting of the lion s club tomorrow in the hotel Leamington ills lamer Xia Nej b. Lyon will be guest of Honor chairman for the Day is or. Arthur j. Hunnicutt. Cratic ideas. He said a peaceful and to Ard Heads of Many local organizations in attendance internal interested in the question persons an in tonal spirit of education would be civic affairs in general have been fostered by placing control of asked to attend. Music will be fur Japan s educational system under wished by the nigh school Baid i guidance of democratic elements As reeled by George opposed to the traditional militarism i Public health officials from san tic instruction of former years Francisco will explain How san that the Francisco handles emergency Host educators i Pital facilities. Committee of american will advise general Macarthur on changes which should be made in the japanese schools on both an immediate and Long Range basis. Rites held for Marine Engineer los Angeles trial affects docket Here Joseph Pitta 40, former Oakland resident and operator on trial today in los Angeles Superior court on a charge of trans Berkeley feb. 19. Funeral i porting narcotics services held today for Charles the trial caused his attorney Augustus Vandenbos 41. Of 1411 Frank w Creely to appear before Lincoln Street Marine Engineer who Superior judge Edward j. Tyrrell. Died saturday in an Oakland hos-1 Here yesterday for continuance of a i local Case which would have pre Vandenbos was a past president vented his participation m Pitta s of Berkeley parlor no. 2190, native i defense. Sons of the Golden West. I according to Creely s state survivors include the widow con ment. Was arrested m Santa Monica me. A daughter Barbara Vandenbos j shortly before Christmas. 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