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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB iriHBSIDOE HERALD SolurrJuy, Augujl b, 1972 Son voices misgivings over father's apartheid By KENXKTH 1.. WHITING JOHANNESBURG (AP) The son of the man who gave apartheid to South Africa lias misgivings about the results of his father 's race-segregation policy Rev. D. F. Malan lias ex- pressed (hose doubts from the pulpit of his NntarduitsG Gore- formcerdc of three Calvlnlst Dutcli Reformed de- nominations which provide, tlieo- loqical support for segregation. Ills fatter, Daniel F. iMalan, led the Nationalist parly to vic- in W-18. The word "nparl- heid" was applied to Malarc's rigid separation ot tho races. Nationalists still hold power bul apartheid now is known as "separate development." Whatever the name, it's Jiist not fair, says Malan. TEW CATHEDRAL A new SI. Boniface Cathedral, a low-key modern church be- hind the stone front left after fire struck four years ago, was dedicated in a recent ceremony. The new church was built as a lemple within Ihe ruins. Eastern counterpart of Pope Neiv primate faces obstacles By CEnnr.R W. CORNELL Itcligion Writer NEW YORK (AP) To most tho ways of East- ern Christianity always fiavo seemed somewhat strange, and awesome lit- urgy, its icons, its elaborate vestments, its refusal to reduce theology to technical formulas, its deep sense of divine mys- tery. But Its qualities have sus- tained it through harshly-trying circumstances, both now and in Ihe past, under hostile regimes, as in modern Russia, and amid the shifting powers of tho Mid- dle East. Now, under another strained situation, the church has taken on generally unknown leader- ship. He Is the new Archbishop of Constantinople (modern Istan the Eastern counterpart of the Pope of Rome, the pre-emi- nent spiritual guide of the world's 250 million Eastern Or- t h o tl o x believers, Patriarch Dimitrios I. CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Cor. 5th Ave. ond 13th St. 5. SALVATION HEALING MIRACLES Poitort REV.'. T. W. ROYCROFT Service Service His elevation recently was urrounded by difficulties and question marks that involved re- strictions imposed by the Turk- sb government and left uncer- ainties about the church's fu- ,urc course and the status of its historic principal sec. Will it gradually forced lo move elsewhere? V.'ili it do so its own choice to preserve its rights? Might the now patriarch voluntarily go into exile in lie- of the church's preroga- tives? NO ONE KNOWS "No one really knows what may said Rev. George Bacoponlos, chancellor of the Greek Orthodox Church in the Americas. "We'll just have to wait and see whether tho Turk- ish government takes further steps to demean the patriar- chate." Pressures on it by Uie govern- ment of the predominantly Mos- lem country were obvious in the election of the new patriarch, successor to the internationally esteemed and ecumenically in- fluential Athenagoras I, who did recently. Among U.S. churchmen who attended the funeral, their ranks thinned by Turkish re- strictions, sources said the gov ernment there had barred the DEDICATE GIDEON BIBLES cs a continuing memorial Ph. 327-5322 or 328-4565 PLACED IN HOTELS, SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, PRISONS ivc mast likely candidates from election lo tlic office, and alfr irdered it filled hastily, vathii hrcc days, "Ttiis was unprecedented t orce an election in 72 Bacopoulos said. HLslori cally, H has taken at least month to allow time for delibor at ion anrl global consultation among leaders of the various Eastern Orthodox HAD NO CHOICE But under the circumstance holy synod of the patria clntc apparently had no choice olher lhan outright defiance, cept to comply. So it acted im mediately to elect a new pr male of the church from th limited roster allowed, result-in in the surprise choice of Dint trios. "He Is unknown to most of a hut we understood he is a x'er pious and good ,sa: Father Bacopouloe, a keen! versed and experienced hand the church's worldwide affairs. In the new patriarch's insta lation address, he said he hope to contimm in tte footsteps Athenagoras, tho warm, expan sive churchman who had !e Eastern Orthodoxy out of cent rics of isolation and into i creasing alliance with Roma Catholicism and Protestantisn JJut what obstacles the ne patriarch may wh particular qualities he possess for leading and inspiring tl vast, loosely-linked branches Eastern clouded both hy the circur stances and his own previo relative obscurity. THURS., AUG. 17th JIM MURK FAMILY MUSCALE 7.30 P.M. 1202 3rd Avenuo b. A. DANIEL GOIDSMITH MINISTER SUNDAY SCHOOL RECONCILED MAN" WITNESSES" DIAL-A-THOT 327-4581 VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL AUG. 14-19 7.00 P.M. _Ic has delivered several scr- ons condemning suppression exploitation of 11011-whites d asserting SouMi1 Africa may (loomed unless whites cliango eir ways Newspapers w li i c li suppor e official line on race began iping nt the clergyman. He wl to scuss a session th church elders. "You can draw your own