Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, Apiil JS, THE LETHMIDGC HOALO 11 Criticism Seen Essential To Growth, Development By DAVID POLING live in a critical cul- lure. From the very begin- ning we have thrived CD criti- cin. Without it the-country oner would have sought srp- aratioa with England or form- ed 'a constitution. Our political campaigns would be nothing vitfaout it The world of educa- tion, snorts, religion, business, arts and tellers all nmst have comment and construc- tive criticism or they wilt over- night. I have just finished reading a copy of Rolling Stone, a Denrc- paper aimed at teen-agers with a primary interest in rock music. But after an hour's read- ing you discover that mixed in the record review; and new album advertisements are forceful articles about law and order, the decline in "old-time" patriotism, the decay of the movies.and the attorney gen- eral's no-knock operation. The tellers lo the editor column was just Ibis side at being sav- age. This type of publication Conducts Worship Service Without Saying A Word CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Potteri REV. DEASLEY ?rh and 16th Slrnl South School Hour Worship Service Service MONTREAL (CP) Rabhmi- eal sburtent Douglas GoUhaner, 24, conducts a worship service, preaches and helps with chnir "singing" without ever saying a word. But the Hebrew Congregation of Lhe Deaf of Chicago is as spiritually rich as any other due to the efforts of the Montreal student now attending Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati (Mo. Mr. Gotdhanier, who mas- tered sign language white recu- perating (ran a back injury last year, travels to Chicago every otter weekend for what he calls t "angular experience in Lhe uork of God." He admits there were doubts about his experience when he, took over the Chicago congrega- lOn from his predecessor last cplember. "Nafarally, they thought I was rather young to run a eon- .legation, but I convinced them tat this is what I really wanted o do. I don't Unit any of us re- grets it now HOW CAN YOU COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR TEEN-AGER? IsTen this Sunday to ihe 'hrislian Science Radio Serin for interesting nsighls on this question. Ifi on 4 Alberta italloni: The 100 oeaf-routes in the con- p-egaiion show their gratitude hrough deep devotion and lack of prejudice. "Just last week I conducted an interfaith service which in- cluded Romsn Catholics and Protestants and the response was Douglas says. "They don't care whether you're a Jew, Catholic or Prot- estant. Their deafness is their common ground and this unite them.' The Chicago congregation is DOUGLAS GOLDHA.MER 10 years old. Although. Ihe.oriju- nal rabbi vras deaf himself, sub- sequent clergy have been able to speak and hear. Douglas says he plans In study for a doctorate after grad- uation from Cincinnati in Inn years. However "1 would consi- der a post (or a deaf-mute con- gregation here." At present, there is no such congregation in Montreal, where his parents reside. is popular among the. kid] be- caute it is critical often con- structive but just as often tune to acid. Underground news papers flourish in high schools around Lhe land. Why? They an free and candid about local or na- tional gripes that students feel have been put down or ignored by politicians, school administn- lors and teachers. Wrate one young lady woo distressed by high school education today: "Everything that can be test- ed ami marked is tested marked. We have intelligence tests, aptitude tests, physical fitness tests, regents' tests, col- lege boards aod a myriad of other examinations. It redly does not seem to matter whether a subject is understood or. not, just so long as the grade is right. All through one science course I was bewildered, but because I received a high mark on the final, many people as- sumed that I had a thorough understanding of the subject." A substantial amount of crit- icism, constructive and other- wise, is comir.g from Lhe young er are vocal and visible- But has this not always been true? Aristotle is believed to have said in ISO B.C.: "They (the young) have exalt CHURCH OF CHRIST SUNDAY i.m.-Bible Study a.m.-Wonhip Worship WEDNESDAY p.m.-Bibie Stirfy CCXLEY fhorn 321-5711 CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE SALVATION HEALIKG MIRACLES Fcriw: T. W. Corner 5lh Ave. end 13th St. S. a.m.-Sujjday School Service Service Lethbridge Christian Retained Church 2nd Avc..A and 18lh Si. N. UV. JOHN nlEND. PAtlM SUNDAY, APRIL 1970 OUH PRAYERS" SEARCH OF THE CHURCH" Psychological Appraisals Of Candidates Are Upheld ed notions, because they have rut yet Hen humbled by life or learned its necessary limita- tions; moreover, their hopeful disposition makes them think themselves equal to great things, and that means haling exalted notions. They., would always rather do noble deeds than useful ones. Their lives arc regulated more by moral [eclihg than by" reasoning. All their mistakes'are in the direc- tion cf doing excessively and veiiemently they tore too 'much same with everything else." (From March 15, 1970, Presbyterian Life) If we had to make a choice, we would say too much criti BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS 1 433 7th Si. SoiMh ot Bread School KEV OF THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN" Speaker-Mr. W. Pickford Thursday, Class A Greil Welcome Awiits You Lokeview Mennonite Brethren Church 1509-79lh Slreel So. Poster: Hemy Loewen Study Hour Service 1202 3rd.Avenue Soulh Prior.. School Service Rev. Dan Goldsmith Service Dan Goldsmith Wednesday p.m. Bible Study and Prayer. Don't1 miss Gospel Film "Down Beat" tonight, Saturday, April 25th at p.m. in the Church. For Inspiration Dud-A-Tkot 327-4581 327-4581 CHURCH o.m.-CJOC-1220 KC o.m.-CHQR-810 KC a.m.-CHQT-lllO KC o.m.-CHAT-l 270 KC THE DIDI C SPEAKS DIDLC TO YOU CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 1303 t Sunday. School a.m. Sunday Service 11 a.m. TESTIMONIAL MEETING Wadnmdar, p.m. CHURCH READING ROOM Open Tues., Thurs. and Sat. except Noon 1 FALLS, Onl. (Lf appraisals of prospective clergy have advantages for both Lhe church and Ihe candidate, the secretary of [he Anglican advisory coramit-Ifc for postulajits lo holy orders, said here. Rev. Malcolm Evans of Niagara Falls said the appraisals "will assist both the church and the man to make the right decision." "It is not helpful to u me man is unsuiLaore, _ w said in an interview. Mr. Evans said that prior to le provincial synod meelirig j April 7-8 al Earrie, Ont., psy- j hologkal appraisals were at Te option of Lhe individual parish. He said that even though. the ests were recommended by the synod the bishop of Ihe diocese c still makes the final decision. The appraisals would be made 1 by a panel of a medical. doctor, a theologian, a businessman and a woman m e m b e r of the church. A psychiatrist or psy- -chotogist Hill act as a consultant to the church during a prior is 'preferred to none al 11. It is essential to el] human Towlh and development. It -is ic root of the creative process. I'ithout, reb'gioB turns Lo form, K spirit sighs and our hearts ire filled heaviness. Bibli-al criticism is, the major every semimry in he tttjrld. Out of this field has The New English Bible. Like other major efforts de-sloped thiTiiigh bihlical schol-irship, rt is the product o' houghtful criticism. The cyle of and comment is eternal And Christ .Mohammed told Ihe Arabs about Christ, whom he called the Word and the Spirit of God. Jesus is also one of the prophets of the never been a. human qual-ty. Newspaper Enterprise -Assn.) Wor Prefer To Be HAMILTON, Onl. (CP) A United Church mimster told Lhe Ontario Law Reform Commission here that while ministers are obliged to work Sundays, they would prefer being at home with their families. Rev. Walter was one Of three SL Catharine, Ont., ministers presenting a brief lo the commission opposing extension of business activities on Sundays. The commission b investigating Sunday observance legislation. The niinistCTS1 brief said 'that although most ministers accept Sunday work as a necessary part of their profession, it was not a condition which they felt was good for family, clergy or layman Sundays; With Families Commission Chairman H. A. Leal said this was "a candid observation that I have never heard before." "1 always felt that ministers considered their work on Sunday ES a labor of love." Mr. Davis replied: "This 'is not entirery h-ue. We svork on Saturdays and Simdays. because our prdfes-. cion obligates us to. Like many other men, we would prefer spending these days it home relaxing with our. children." GOSPEL CHAPEL 907 9th St. Sourh SUNDAY SERVICES Breaking ol Bread Family Bible Hour and Sunday School p.m.-Prayer and Bible Study ALL ARE WARMLY EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Uth ond Mayor MagrelS Dr. 3174113 Poirori REV. H. J. JOiT Sunday School Worship Service "THE CHURCH'S REAL BUSINESS" Evening Service "THE BABYLONIAN EMPIRE WHY IT FELL" A CORDIAL INVITATION TO BUDDHIST CHURCH 1303 13th Strut North REVEIEND S. KOSAKA RIVEREND O. FU'IKAWA Sunday a.m. The Church of Jesus Christ of Li 10th South WMNnf 1st Ward i.m. Day Saints Sunday Socrpnwrrl a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. P'ra- ,-a.m. Oa.m. p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST 425 lllh SI. S. Canny Dodd, Organlil J. R. CHAPMAN, Minliler Sunday l.tn. Morning a.m. EVERYBODY WELCOM 3rd Ward 9-00 am. 28th Slnel MS Avinui 'Ar and Jlrd Strwl ftid Ward a.m. 5th Ward a.m. Ward a.m. Elders 9' 15 a Lutheran Churches CHRIST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 414 IJlti PMtt M7 5709 f. I MOODY. IX. 1.D a.m. Morning Worship IMMANUEL LUTHERAN. CHURCH Comer dth and 18lh Slrcwt S. Minister W. F. Schoepp-Phone 327-O34 Offic., 378-4987 (ot. with Holy Communion School and Bibje Classes Worship__________________________. Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd lllh Avenua and 24lh Slrect Seulh PASTOH ALBERT OLSON a.m.-Sunday'School Service Communion First Sunday Each Month LMm lirthiran Hour-Sunday a.m. CFAC 716 23rd 5f. N." PHONE 327-U84 N. CARISON, BA, MINISTER Sunday School a.m. Morning Worship Evening Service p.m. "Chapel Singers" tsking part. Topic "Your Horoscope" NOTICE BEGINNING MAY 3rd NEW TLME SCHEDULE Family Worship a.m. (Nursery and Prc-School) Department R .N. on duty at all times. LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE REV. W. J. GAMBLE, PASTOR 520 7th Str.el Soulk School with rJaEfes for all ages TRANSPORTATION PHONE NUMBER 327-4112 or 328-3621 Worship Service of Evangelism. Young will be in charge of service. 10-30 p.ra.-Lislen "THE SUNSHINE EVANGEL. CJOC 1220 K.C. Wednesday p.m. Prayer and Bible Study Thursday p.m. Crusaders and Cadets for boys and girls 7-14 years. Friday p.m. The Collegaire Choir from Edmonton pays us a return visit. "A HEARTY INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO YOU AND A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU" FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH AT TWO LOCATIONS REV. G. K. EASTER, B.A., B.Th. Organisl anil Choir, Director, Marilyn Sinclair, A.R.C.T, I.M.T. TX02 8lh Avenue N. School 1614 5th S. School TO DEAL WITH FRUSTRATIONS" THE TRUTH m LOVE" Wednesdayj to p.m. The ifJd-Wetk Serrice.. Next Sunday May 3rd, A contemporary musical for youth, EVERYONE WELCOME St Andrew's PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 5lh Avenue Soulli Mlnllttr: REVEREND I. D, HANKINSON, R.A. Director of Muiic-A. O. BARItK, F.T.C.t., A.R.C.T. A N a Hope REFORMED CHURCH (Reformed Church In Amtrico) 1505 ilh South at St. Andrew's "GOD'S GRADUATES" COME TO (Breafcut CJOC) WORSHIP b Rope Reformed Church "ENTERTAINMENT OH ENGAGr.JIENT" Church Sctsol for iH ages and a.m. .DEPART TO SERVE THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA SAINT AUGUSTINE'S Rev. R. L. Crisfield, B.A., B D. Cholrmoiler ond OrpaniiN H. G. borrow, A.1.CA4. Communion Prayer, Senior Choir, (Nursery Provided) All Departments oi Sunday School. Coffee Fellowship Hour. Mass, Communion Service and Hymns set (o lolk music. Directed by Jlrs. W. A. Nelson, MISSION HALL Communion School MIDWEEK SERVICES Thursdty, April Communion Miy p.m.-St. Philip and St. James- Holy Commtmion. Ce'r. 17rti h. "t" end 6th Aft. N. RECTOR, Iht livirind Canon Ra.biil W. Cowan, B.A., Uh, ST. MARY THE VIRGIN i.Rl.-Mattliu Eucharist School a.n.-Nureery In Hall Eucbarifl Wednesday, Friday- St. Philip and St.'James a.m.-EucliarisL Saturdiy, for Sunday Eucharist THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF PRESBYTERIAN, METHODIST AND CONC-REGATIONAl CHUICHES Mod.ralcr: DR. ROSERT B. McClURE, MO, FltCS FP.ED HOLBERTON, Calaary President of Alberta REV. I. BRIAN JONES, lelhbridgi Chairman, South Alberta Preibylerf SOUTHMINSTER Xlh Ave.and 11th St. 3. MINISTERS: R. W. K. ElllOTT REV. A. T. KING Muikal Director, Mr. W. M. Woalhoutg Organist Emeritusi Mr. 'A. K. Tvlland SUNDAY, APRIL 5oth, 1970 GIANTS TO SIZE1 Church School In All Departments MUSIC: Boys' Choir: "Father in Heaven" J'lcmming Senior Choir: "Sanctus" Beethoven Talent Show presented by youth of [he Church School and Mid Week groups vrilh displays, games and lunch. VESPER SERVICE with the CoaWafe 4 plus ONE assisting Clioirs. McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southed! telhbridge from 15lh Ave. and 34th St. S. MinTateri Rev. L. Brian Jonei. M.A., B.O. Choir Director, Mr. F. H. Ward Organllti Mr. J. E. Langtad SUNDAY, APRIL 24th, 1970 Worship Installation of U.C.W. Excculivc Job's Daughters Parade Tuxis Boys in Attendance CHRISTIAN EDUCATION A, Jr. B, Intermediate Depls. Kindergarten and Primary Depts. SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT: Listen for It on CJOC weekdays at noon by L. Brian Jones. EVERYONE WELCOME FIRST UNITED CHURCH (NORTH) IETH8RIDGE MiniUm REV. R. E. (Ted) tSKDAlE SIUOEN1 ASST.: MR. WltllAM C. TE5KEY Choir Direclor- MR. H. VAN EG1EREN Organisl: MRS. 1. I. (LOIS) 1EES SUNDAY, APRIL ?olh, People's Worship Worship "AND JERICHO FELL! The Psychology of Panic" (Mr. Eskdale preaching) No Sunday School al a.m. This Sunday. Sunday School and Primary Nursery K.icilitirs Available A .CITY CHURCH WITH A RURAL WELCOME!