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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 9, 1974-THE LETHtRIPQg HERALD 1- Church Minister- Rev. G K Churchill, B A. M Div." Director of Music: Mr. 0. Barry Waterlow L.T C.I. Church School a.m.-'THE DEPRAVITY OF MAN" Campfire Service Everyone is invited Special invitation to the Cub parents YOU ARE INVITED TO WORSHIP WITH US NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH Evangelical Church In Canada 1402 N. Pastor '0 00 a m School 11 00 am Service 7 00 p m Children's Feature Special Guests The Warner Memorial Evangelical Church Junior Choir directed by Mrs J Bouey and Uncle Don and "Cuddles the puppet Fellowship to follow in the lower auditoriuni Everyone is Welcome Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church Invites You to Listen to the Back to God Hour Every Sunday Night at p.m. over CHEC Radio THE GREATEST COMPLIMENT shows how men who are no longer certain of their own importance and usefulness will be lifted by the great compliment God gives us all Away with feelings of hopelessness and despair. The Christian Reformed Church is located at 1807 2nd Ave. "A" North in the City Services at 10 a m and 7 p.m. You are invited cordially WORLDWIDE CHURCH OF GOD (Affiliated with Ambassador College) SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16th at a.m. LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE I ARGE LECTURE THEATRE 5th Ave. 18th St. South Minister RICHARD WILDING Ph 288-4087 (Collect) Listen to GARNER TED ARMSTRONG ON CFCN RADIO and TELEVISION St. Andrew's PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 5 Avenue South Minister Rev L D Hankinson B A Organist Mr w Vander Kooy 11.00 am TO PRAYER" Church School- All classes from Kindergarten to Grade six." Nursery during Church Hour p m OUR TROUBLES" Bethlen Presbyterian Church 1014-IOth AVWHM North Minister BJL, B.D., M.th. OrgmM-MiM VhriM Toth English Worship Senrfce a.m. Hungarian Worship a.m. Sunday School a.m. LETHBBiDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE PASTOR M. L. ISRAELSON 520 7th Street South of ttw Surahhw Evangtl Hour Listtn Sunday 1fe30 pjn. CJOC 1220 K.C. Sunday School (Classes for all ages) Morning Worship "The Move of God For These Days" p Evangelistic Service Special Music Choir Singing TUESDAY: Prayer and Bible Study FRIDAY: Young People's Service A III AM INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO ALL AND A WARM WELCOME AWAIT S YOU. CMHnrst Pmtittsttl Assmiily 1C. PcMor-FtttM a Sunday School 1 1 00 a m. Morning Service 7 00 p.m Service "A HEARTY WELCOME AWAITS YOU CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Cor. Stti and ilth at a. SALVATION HEALINGS MIRACLES Pastor- REV T W ROYCROFT Service Service Scientology members protest A wedding ceremony of the Church of Scientology was performed last week on the front steps of the On- artio legislature building in Toronto. The couple, Gerry Melnyk and Diane Kimpton, shivered in the 20-degree temperatures as Rev. Philip G. McAiney read the marriage vows. The ceremony was arranged to protest Ontario laws which do not permit Scientology ministers to perform marriages, baptisms and similar ceremonies. Lutheran academic row hurts seminary classes By GEORGE W. CORNELL AP Religion Writer NEW YORK (AP) The axe fell, in an academic centre of Lutheranism last month, and the structure verged on coming apart The tremors came from a classic power and scholarship. For the time being, power pre- vailed, but the scholarship stalled Most professors at the na- tion's largest Lutheran semi- nary. Concordia in St. Louis, chaffed under the gathering pressure, with some of them already forced out. including the seminary's president, Rev Dr John H Tietjen. Classes halted, temporarily, with students unwilling to at- tend under the circumstances. Several standard courses were cancelled. Scholars at other institutions voiced dis- may and concern. Pitting denominational offi- cialdom against leading teachers, the conflict was per- sonified by two Tietjen considered a "moder- and Rev. Dr J A. O Preus. the avowed "con- servative" president of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Sy- nod. STRUGGLE ALONG The struggle between them, and the contrasting positions they represent in the 2.8-mil- lion-member denomination, has been smouldering for sev- eral years, somewhat like the fundamentalist-modernist fundamentalist modernist controversy of a half century Protestantism ft reached a breaking point when the seminary's board of control, on which supporters of Dr. Preus recently gained a majority, suspended Dr. Tietjen from his post. "Advocacy of false doc- trine." the board cited as grounds for its action. A "sham said Dr Tietjen. His suspension set off a storm With the faculty gener- ally also accused of false teachings, students voted a moratorium on further classes, declaring their educa- tion "disrupted and jeopard- ized The student body num- bers about 600.. STUDENTS ASK WHY Either the faculty is guilty and unfit to teach or innocent and trustworthy guides, the students said in a resolution, adding they were forgoing classes until told just who were considered "false teach- ers" and why. Three professors over 65 were ordered retired simulta- neously with Dr. Tietjen s ouster, following earlier re- moval of another. Others pon- dered their course. Of the 50-member faculty. 45 have backed Dr. Tietjen. rejecting as contrary to Lu- theranism the elaborated re- quirements on Bible inter- pretation laid down by Dr. Preus and approved by a 3-2 majority of the church's con- vention last year. He has insisted on the liter- alistic "facticity" of various Bible passages which many scholars see as conveying truth through allegory, such as accounts of a six-day crea- tion, and of conscience pur- suing Jonah even inside a big fish. f The faculty of a sister in- stitution. Luther Seminary in St Paul, voiced "concern and support for our embattled col- leagues HONPA BUDDHIST CHURCH 361lForMtryAm. 10 00 a m Sunday School Japanese Speaker REV N KASAGI Bow Island girl plans mission teacher role By CHRIS STEWART Herald Staff Writer The transition from relaxed Venezuelan life to a tight Canadian schedule is .somewhat difficult for University of Lethbridge senior Sylvia Strom. "The easy going Venezuelan lifestyle has much less emphasis on money and materialism and is a sharp contrast to our rat race culture." Miss Strom said in an interview after recently returning from a 10 month teaching role in Rubio. "If you are invited to lunch at 1 p.m.. for instance. Venezuelans don't really expect you to arrive until two or three. Everything is less complicated than in Canada. No one is in a hurry and.there isn't the same time consciousness. You have to create your own recreation Miss Strom added. Even so. Miss Strom said Venezuelans accomplish a lot "Take for instance their hundreds of miles of asphalt roads and accompanying CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIS' EVERYONE Sunday Sacrament IstWARD 1912 10th Ave.S. a.m. 800 a 30am 930 a 30 pm 200 pm 28th St. and Scenic Dr am 800 a 30 a rn 930 p.m 200 pm 2223 6th Ave. 'A' N. a.m 9-00 pm pm 400 pm 2808 28th St, S. a p.m. ditches made chiefly by hand or with primitive equipment requiring thousands of laborers to complete. Yet they get it done and the roads are Miss Strom said. CHEAP GAS Canned goods in Rubio cost twice as much as they do in Canada but fresh fruit and vegetables are very cheap. Gas is cheap, too. but cars cost twice as much as they do in Canada. Foreign vehicles cannot be imported. The Japanese influence is evident in many areas. Japanese goods are plentiful with three Japanese operated stores in Rubio alone. Rubio is a city of 25.000 persons, situated in the heart of the sugar cane and coffee growing area, 500 miles southwest of Caracus. There is also a large Italian population and strong American influences in Venezuela. Anti foreign feelings are rare in Venezuela, Miss Strom claimed. The Indians have integrated satisfactorily with the Spanish speaking population, but on the outskirts of Rubio one can still see thatched roofs on Indian homes in the hills. School attendance is compulsory up to Grade 6. Miss Strom reported. There are seven Venezuelan schools in Rubio. and several private American schools. Miss Strom taught Grade 7 through Grade 12 math at Christiansen Academy, a boarding school with an enrolment of 100. Miss Strom worked under the auspices of the Evangelical Alliance Mission Raised in Burdetl. Miss Strom graduated from high school and Bible school at Praine BiWe Institute, Three Hills. She completed three years at the University of Lethbridge before accepting a teaching position at Manyberries. Resigning the Manyberries appointment in 1972 to go to Venezuela. Miss Strom is now making tentative plans to return to South America upon completion of her education degree. Active in Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship work at the U of L. Miss Strom also serves as a member of the university selection committee and board of governors. Bow Island Evangelical Free Church is Miss Strom's spiritual home. CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 42511th St. S. J Ft CHAPMAN. Minister MR 0 MAISEY, Organist "DIAL AN ANSWER" 327-4774 Family Service 10 00 a m (Worship service for adults S S Classes for Children) Evening Service 7 00 p m EVERYBODY WELCOME CHRISTIAN 1203 4th AVE. S. SUNDAY 8 11am CJOC The TRUTH That HEALS" 11 -SPIRIT" You can bot'oar SCIENCE and HFAUH WlfH KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES 3y Mary Eddy !tom the Lethbridge Pub- lic Libiaty WEDNESDAY 7 10 p ni TeStitnony Meeting READING ROOM Jpen Jtoon-2-OO p m Toes Thurs Sat LAKEVIEW MENWOMfTE BRETHREN CHURCH 15 St. So 327-5854 SYLVIA STROM BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH (North American Baptist General Conference) 329 19th Street North H 328-2045 and English classes) 11.00 Worship Service Service "We Preach Christ the Power and Wisdom of God" Church of the Nazarene 9th South ItUi at R.G. 327-47M Amtet Patter-Larry Spkwr Pborw 327-1159 School 11 00 a.m Worship Service p m Service Wednesday Study p m People's Meeting LETHBRIDGE ROMAN CATHOLIC PARISHES WEEKEND MASSES ST. PATRICK'S CORNER 4th AVE and 10th ST. S. SATURDAY, 7.00 p m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY. 9 a m.. a.m., 12 noon ASSUMPTION 2405 12th AVE. S. SATURDAY. 7.30 p m (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY 8 a.m 9.30 a.m'. 11am, 4.30p.m. Folk Mass a m. In Parish Hall ST. BASIL'S 604-13 St North p.m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) a.rju a.m.. a.m., noon a.m. Sunday THE MKUCW CHURCH OF CANADA SAINT AUGUSTINE'S Comer 4th Aveniw and 11th Street South i rnANK i FF. B A s UFVFHFNO DFHFK HUSKIN. I Th HFNNIS WllltFI FY A Mils ICI ARCO Orqanmt 3nd Choirmaster Communion Communion Prayer. Senior Choir (NUrsery provided) All departments of Church School Evensong followed by the Annual Meeting of Parishoners MIDWEEK SERVICES Thursday. February 14. a.m Holy Communion ST. MART THE VRCuM Pectoi T he Reverend Canon Robert W. Cowan. B A. Ith THIRD SUNDAY BEFORE LENT 8 00 a m Fucharisl :000 am Church School ,i tn Nursery in Parish Hall 00 m Sung Eucharist Vestry MIDWEEK SERVICES Tuesday: Thursday: Saturday: for Communion MSTOft HCMMY UHMAU WMFRT JHf. I IS tOVfO AND PEOPLE ARE APPRECJAIfO" am.- Sunday School 11-00 of Youth Week -SERVICE SPONSORED BY THE YOUNG PEOPLE" M. B. Mate Choir YOUNG PEOPLES Monday. p.m BOYS BRIGADE PIONEER GIRLS Wed 7 00 p m BIBLE STUDY PRAYER MEETING Wed 7 15 p m rreserjiea oy i ne unurcn ui irnnst YOU W A-I A30U" L M L SI CHURCH OF CHRIST 2730 Am S. tVtnarW H Gtvens y: SrbK- am WoraMp Ha arnd 6 p Tti 7 3n T) fn WSLCOVE ;