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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 12, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 6-Bennington Banner saturday october 12, 1963 Oszt amp sri amp 1f4 it a a a90r -. I i i9r appoint Bishop episcopal head for overseas London apr Bishop Stephen f. Bayne who has been serving Here As executive officer of the anglican communion disclosed today he has been appointed director of the overseas department of the u. S. Episcopal Church. Bishop Bayne who was born in new York in 1908, said he will be resigning his present Post toward the end of the year. He will take up his new appointment in november 1964. The overseas department is the administrative of the episcopal Church and is concerned with All its overseas missions and its cooperative arrangements w 1th other churches anglican and non anglican. The episcopal Church has 16 overseas dioceses la in latin America. Archbishop claims Mary Devotion exaggerated Vatican City apr an american roman Catholic prelate has asserted that exaggerated devotions to the Virgin Mary Lead Only to blasphemy embarrassment and pathetic deviations on the part of Catholic worshippers. The statement came from archbishop Paul j. Hallinan of Atlanta ga., commenting on concern expressed at the Vatican ecumenical Council by a group of latin american prelates on overemphasis of the Virgin in their countries. The observations of the latin american prelates�?45 of the almost 900 from that Region a has raised the question of whether the Council should proceed with separate study of a thesis on Mary. The thesis or schema As it is called Here is expected to come before the 2,300 Council fathers Church women hear about Owca in India work in Progress Arches supplied by the Unadilla laminated products of Unadilla ., were lowered into place ibis week for the new St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church now under construction in Arlington. Gerald e. Morrissey general contractor for the project expects work to be completed by december. The Church designed by Dirsa and Lam Pron of Manches Ter n.h., will to Diamond shaped. Staff photo Buckler keep ing lip Totime Lagos Nigeria apr Nigeria has signed an agreement with the Swiss watch manufacturers federation to establish a watch repair Section in the suburban Yaba technical Institute. Sermons without sound delivered in Kentucky r doubles amp a Stamps wednesday Louisville by. Apr each sunday a Louisville minister delivers a silent Sermon. The 65 members of his congregation Are deaf. The Rev. Robert Landes 24, communicates in sign language. A the deaf need the bibles message too a said Landes pastor of the fourth Avenue Baptist Church for the deaf a and this is my Way of serving the cause of the Landes became interested in work for the deaf when it was discovered that his older brother was deaf in one ear. He Learned to a a sign the alphabet with his brother and during his freshman year at Carson Newman College in Jefferson City Tenn. At College Landes recalled he had a Friend who was deaf. The Friend failed in school and the last thing he said before leaving was a a in la Pray that you will become a missionary for the the following summer Landes established a deaf ministry in Seattle under a Southern Baptist convention program. A year later he and his brother established a deaf ministry in their Home Church at Richmond a. During the year and a half he has been pastor of the Louisville Church Landes has seen his congregation grow rapidly. Mrs. Clinton Bond of East Dover former director of the Owca in Calcutta spoke wednesday morning to the United Church women on the Owca in India at the second congregational Church. She said a great Deal is accomplished through religious clubs with As Many As six religious groups in one club. Christmas is one of the great celebrations of the year with All groups participating. They have no cafeterias she 19th Century idea 19th Century idea new York apr the idea of a the superiority of the White race a took on its autocratic nature in the 19th Century belgian Catholic philosopher Jacques Leclercq writes in a new Book the Christian and world integration Hawthorne. A when the romans spoke of the libyans who Are coloured they did not refer to them As an inferior race a he says1. A nor As far As Shakespeare was concerned was Othello or a the Moor of Venice a a less important person because of his Bennington Church services North Bennington re. Bennington it. Special ladies hair dryer Complete with hat Box carrying Case Only $16m $1.00 weekly Fienberg 447 main St. Bennington it. First Church of Christ scientist Hillside Street 11 00 ., lesson Sermon service. 11 00 ., sunday school 2 30-4 30 ., wednesday and saturday. Free Public Reading room open in East Wing of Church. 7 30 ., wednesday. Testimony meeting. Jehovah witnesses kingdom Hall 439 main St 3 00 ., Public Bible talk 4 15 ., Bible education through watchtower study 8 00 ., tuesday service Center meeting 7 30 r-m., Friday. Free ministry training. 8 30 ., service meeting. St. Peter s episcopal 200 pleasant St Rev. Frederick b. Wolf Rector Rev. Donald a. Webster associate Rector 7 30 ., holy communion 9 15 ., Parish eucharist Nursery Church school. 11 15 ., morning prayer and Sermon. Vermont soldiers Home Rev. W. Earle Forman chaplain 8 45 ., protestant service Sermon friends me eting 3 00 ., religious society of friends quakers in old Bennington schoolhouse. Double to Stamps wed. Pupek the Columbus Day Auto show will give you the Opportunity to examine the Volkswagen for �?T64 its still exactly the same. But better. Even the Price Liggett Bosworth Motok sales inc. Route 7 North Bennington Road dial 2-6776 methodist Church 440 main St Rev. M. R. Mcgaughey 9 00 ., family worship Nursery provided. 9 00 ., Church school classes for 3 year Olds through 9th Grade. 10 00 ., adult study groups a parlor. Senior i seminar. 11 00 ., divine worship a broadcast Over Watn. Sermon topic a something to live 5 00 ., or. My 6 30 ., or. My missionary Alliance Church Crescent Boulevard Cornelius w. Clarke sunday october 13, 1963 Thorld literature sunday 9 45�?Bible school 11 00�?morning worship 6 00�?Alliance youth Fellowship 7 30�?evening service 7 30 a monday a ladies United missionary organization 7 30 a wednesday a speaker Rev. Hudson Hess from the Oriental missionary society Bennington Church of Christ 524 South St g. W. Kieffer 10 00 ., Bible classes. 11 00 ., worship service 7 30 n,m., evening worship 7 30 ., wednesday Bible study. First Baptist Church 601 main St Rev. H. Glenn Payne 8 30 ., morning worship 9 30 ., Church school 11 00 ., morning worship 5 30 ., Junior High by 7 00 ., senior High by 8 00 ., Christian education building Council 7 30 ., monday school of religion 10 00 ., wednesday Mission study 2 00 ., wednesday tric group 6 30 ., wednesday progressive group 7 00 ., wednesday Friendly Circle 7 30 ., wednesday budget committee 7 00 ., Friday graduating group 9 00 a.rn.-12 30 ., saturday Grad Atim rummage Sale unitarian Fellowship Coffee hour and sunday school the same 10 50 A Fellowship sunday. Discussion Leader Paul e. Kirsch seventh Day adventist 105 Burgess Road Ronald Seeley pastor ., saturday sabbat. School ., saturday Sermon ., tuesday prayer meeting ., Friday Young to pies service. 1 30 3 00 7 30 8 00 St. John the Baptist Rev. Walter f. Miller sunday masses at 7, 9 and la North Bennington old Stone Church Independent Baptist Rev. Elwyn Ellis pastor 9 45 ., sunday school 11 00 ., worship 6 00 ., Young Peoples Baptist Church Rev. Alfred Scott la ., worship service. Congregational Church Rev. Charles j. Parsley 9 45 ., Church school for adults and children 10 45 ., Church Nursery 11 00 ., service of worship conducted by the men of the Church. Sermon a the spirit is life by or. Joseph Hall 6 30 ., meth con High school youth. Slides of the meth con Washington trip will be shown. Said for the various sects do not eat the same kinds of foods but Tea and nuts could be served for All groups. When eating indians use their right hands. The left is considered unclean. Neither knives Forks nor spoons Are used so they pick up their food in fingers below the first knuckle. Later a Large bowl is passed around for washing. Often food is served on banana leaves. Young mothers Are taught baby nutrition. Some girls Are sent to the United states for training and later return to work in their Homeland. During this session scheduled to close dec. 4. The latin american group wants it incorporated in a de ecclesia.1 the thesis on Church redefinition now is being debated in St. Peters Basilica. They say to place the Virgin in a separate area of study might encourage devotional exaggerations. Archbishop Hallinan said he believed a Clear statement on the position of the roman Catholic Church should be made to demonstrate to a those not of our Faith that True Catholic life is entered in Christ. Many protestants look critically at the emphasis Given to Mary in some Catholic devotions. Ministers urge Congress push civil rights act Londonderry a West River Valley ministers association has sent a letter to Vermont a . Senators and congressman urging bipartisan support of the civil rights acts of 1963. The clergy recommended that the senators Aiken and Prouty and Cong. Stafford support cloture to Cut off any filibuster which May result from civil rights debate in Congress. After pointing out that segregation is unchristian and in american the group letter expressed the Hope that people from every walk of life a will demonstrate their americanism by supporting the it concludes a your prayers Are for a nation United in brotherhood with equal rights for scientist priest sees supernatural creation Oak Ridge Tenn. A in a Day of space flights and atom smashing William Grosvenor Pollard is As he puts it a a Freak a because he is both a scientist and a priest. In science he is or. Pollard an outstanding physicist who Heads the Oak Ridge Institute of nuclear studies a sort of atomic University which began As his brainchild in 1946. Able to conceive the supernatural he says. A the whole idea of a world which goes beyond time space and matter has supernatural at first does t seem to fit in the vocabulary of a Man who worked on the Manhattan project leading to the atomic bomb who has researched Beta radioactivity gaseous diffusion and Neutron diffraction. In religion he is the Rev. Or. Pollard a one time agnostic now priest associate of the St. Stephens episcopal Church at Oak Ridge and priest in charge of a parochial Mission at nearby Clinton. Perhaps the Best Way to explain How he came to assume this dual role is to say it was Grace. Pollard can to pinpoint a cause. But How Pollard came to believe As he does is secondary to what he believes that despite and paradoxically because of great scientific advances this is a dark age comparable to the centuries before the Renaissance. A the passion of science the attempt to understand everything about this world has become so dominating people Are no longer but Pollard says a scientist peeping into the sub atomic in search of the worlds origin must be led to a moment when it All Bennington area Church events old first Church congregational Rev. Earl h. Ballou guest minister Sermon a Salt and Light Nancy Hirsche of Williamstown mass., soloist. St. Francis de sales 207 main St roman Catholic msgr. Francis b. Flanagan sunday masses at 6 45, 8 00, 9 15, 10 30 Sacred heart Church 307 school St roman Catholic Rev. Joseph Wiseman masses at 7 00, 8 30, Roll And 5 15 First Church of god North Bennington Road at Hicks Avenue Rev. W. Earle Forman guest speaker Rev. Streeter Stuart or. 10 00 ., worship service 10 00 ., Junior Church 11 00 ., Church school kindergarten through adult 7 30 ., wednesday worship and Bible study. Second congregational Hillside Street Rev. S. C. Greene pastor 9 30 ., family worship. Sanctuary. Sermon a let the thief no longer steal 9 30 ., Church school. Three year Olds through High school. Nursery provided. 11 00 ., regular worship service Sanctuary. Nursery provided. Sermon a let the thief no longer steal 5 00 ., Junior Pilgrim Fellowship. 7 00 ., senior Pilgrim Fellowship. 7 30 ., Aben Musik choir rehearsal missionary Alliance sunday the missionary Alliance Church will observe world literature sunday. The theme of this Observance is taken from a remark by an african tribesman when he heard the Bible read in his own Tongue for the first time a god Speaks my own language. Providing Christian literature is a part of the missionary work of the Alliance. The work is carried out through pamphlet and gospel distribution bookstores Reading rooms and the publishing of magazines and books in Many different languages. Offerings will be received at the local services tomorrow which will be designated for literature work. Choir festival Winooski Park a Saint Michael a College plays Host on sunday oct. 27 to the choir festival of the Vermont Chap Ter american Guild of organists. One Hundred singers from Vermont choirs will sing under the Baton of William tit piano director of music at St. Michael a. The concert will begin at 8 In the College playhouse. The ago prize Competition Anthem a Comfort be my people by John Koch of Newbury will be Sung by massed voices. Also on the program Are a to Clay your hands a by Ralph Vaughan Williams two a Cappella motets in English a the birth of a King a a Regex Natum by Jacobus Gallus and a christians Praise the Paschal Vic to i Rny a victim a Paschali Laudess by Vittoria and portions of the a a Gloria by Vivaldi also in English. St. Michael a choir will sing a group of Gregorian chants under direction of prof. Tortolano. A brass ensemble and a chamber orchestra will assist the chorus. Old first Church the music committee of the old first Church has chosen miss Nancy Hirsche of Williamstown mass. As soloist for this sundays service. Mrs. William Thomson will be organist. Or. Earl h. Ballou will conduct the service. His Sermon topic is a Salt and attention is also called to the menus group project a Public supper at the Church barn on thursday night at 6 30 Raymond Wrightson Meteorol Olst at Albany Weather Buereau will show a film on hurricanes and answer questions on meter ology. Reservations should be made with Clarence Holden at 442-2776. Everyone is invited. Ruby game first new York up the first College football games in this country were played mostly under the Rugby rules. Fifteen players constituted a team including a nine in an line. Bennington area churches Wilmington lady of Fatima Chapel Rev. R. J. Powers masses at 7 30, 9 and la St. John s Chapel 11 00 ., holy communion and Sermon first sunday. Morning prayers and Sermon other sundays. Dorset United Church congregational Rev. Robert g. Dana 9 30, 10 30 ., Church school North Pownal lady of Lourdes 9 00 ., Low mass 9 00 ., saturday catechism4 class Hoosick Falls. N y. St. Marks episcopal Church Rev. Joel b. Miller Rector 8 00 ., Early eucharist 9 30 ., family eucharist 10 30 ., worship service Sermon. A you and the sunday school 7 30 ., thursday senior choir. Shaftsbury immaculate Conception roman Catholic Low masses at 6 30, 8 30 children a mass9 45 and la ., sundays. Weekday masses at 7 and 8 7 30 ., tuesday Rosary and Benediction. First methodist Church Rev. A. J. Macdonald mrs. Alvan Lawrence organist music director 10 10-10 20 ., Tower Chimes 10 30 ., divine worship. A see All the people 11 35 ., sunday school 2 15 ., stewardship workers conference. 6 30 ., senior meth con Fellowship service at congregational Church. 7 30 ., Board of trustees Hoosick Aii saints episcopal 11 00 ., holy eucharist Baptist Church Rev. Taylor b. Light 9 30 ., worship Sermon East Dorset Union Chapel congregational 10 00 ., sunday school 11 00 ., worship service Arlington St. Columban s roman Catholic Rev. Gerald t Buckley masses at 6 30, 8 00, 9 30 and 11 00 Weekday masses at 7 Confessions saturday at 4 and 7 St James episcopal Rev. C. G. Belcher 8 00 ., holy communion 10 00 ., holy communion St and 3rd sundays morning prayer 2nd, 4th sundays Manchester first congregational Rev. E. H. Nickerson 11 00 ., worship service St. Paul a roman Catholic Rev. Donald c. Kelly masses sunday 6 30, 8 and to Dally 7 15 Coo Fesson saturday 4 3g 5 30. Zion episcopal Church the Rev. R. L. Clayton 8 00 ., holy communion 9 45 ., Church school 11 00 Morning prayer Sermon first Baptist Church Rev. Godfrey Parker 11 00 ., worship. East Arlington Federated Church Rev. Charles w. Grande 10 00 ., worship service Pownal ctr Community Church 11 00 ., morning worship Sandgate methodist Church Rev. Charles w. Grande 8 30 ., service of worship Pownal first Baptist Church of pow Nal Rev. John c. Hatch 9 00 ., morning worship methodist Church Rev. James Bagley 9 30 ., Church service 7 30 ., youth Fellowship Woodford hollow Christian Advent Faith Bible Church Rev. Ruth e. Smith pastor Rev. Albert Center associate pastor 10 30 ., morning service. Began a toward the supernatural ground upon which the existence of All finite created things must Pollard was ordained an episcopal priest in 1954 after he began attending Church mainly to please his wife and set an example for their three sons. In his office executive director Pollard a soft speaking balding 51, wears clerical Collar and occasionally smokes a Cigar with a visitor. A there is a Universal incapacity of people today to respond to the unique event As the resurrection and the ascension of Christ a he says. A i find instead an exclusive concern with the natural and Man made. A this is one flaw of science it explains Only the regular and the repeatable. Therefore miracles have no place in modern �?T61 Ford galaxies 4 door Sedan 6 cyl., Standard r amp a color White excellent shape. M595 Dick Scarafoni Ford inc. To 3-6516 179 state re. 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