Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
IW1 THf tlTHMIDCt HMALD 3 Former Raymond man studies at Hebrew University nn I h 1C JERUSALEM "I am a Christian Zionist and a very crthcdox CM at states David Galbraith, who is living; in Jerusalem with his wife Frieda, and his three children. He is working towards his doctorate at thj Hebrew Uni- versity of Jerusalem. Mr. Galbraith, who was branch president of the LOS Church in Ottawa, has long had contact with Israel as a result of his affiliation with the Mor- mon Church which accepts as part of its doctrine the return oi the Jewish People to the "promised land." He was brought up in Ray mond and then received his BA and MA from Brigham Young University, Utah. After finishing his studies, Mr. Galbraith returned to Canada and worked for the Canadian government in the departmenl of external affairs research bu reau while simultaneously serv ing in the Mormon lay ministry in Ottawa. During his first visit to Is- rael in 1961, Mr. Galbraith me his w i f e, who is originally Dutch, Kibbutz a collective agricultural settle-1 rr.t.-t in Ifce Galilee, where he: spent six months. They were married in 1M3J d felt that they had to return I Israel, the country around] hich all their thoughts re- ived. In July 1989, Mr. Galbraith esigned from the government nd ministry to begin his doc- ral studies" at the Hebrew Dni- ersity. David and Frieda's ream to return to Israel be- ame a reality. This time, how- 'er, they brought their three lildren Rivka, Daniel and Joel. It was all we expected and re- lembered and more." Mr. Galbraith is writing a doc- toral thesis on the June, 1967, icasefire in theory and prac- ce, its importance in regard o the UN and Security Council, s deterioration and its relation n the new ceasefires. This re- earch is being done under the uspices of the international re- ations faculty although he is Iso working with the law fac- CHRISTIAN ZIONIST-DavId Galbraith, former branch president of the IDS Church at Ottawa and also formerly of Raymond, says "1 am a Christian Zionist.' He is living in Jerusalem with his wife Frieda, working towards his doctorate at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. IDS parley draws 'abuse of nature must stop' CARDSTON (Special) The LDS Church quarterly stake conference was held here re- cently. Stake President Roy Spack- man conducted the conference. General and stake authorities were presented-to the congre- gation for a vote of confidence. N e 1 d o n H. Hatch was ap- pointed stake mission president with Terrel F. Skinner and1 Don- ald C. Burbank rs counsellors. Calvin R. Durphy was back- ed as alternate member of the high council. DeLoy Leavitt spoke of free a principle which the church believes in. "If we teach our people cor- rect principles they can gov- ern themselves. Teaching chil- dren is the parents' responsibil- ity and should not be left to the auxiliaries of the church. Take time to listen to your children Live as you would have them live." President Spackman said "The battle of environment an aiwii. wi> t-w-w quarters in Jerusalem where he has been fortunate enough to have access to the daily reports of thp UN military observers on the Suez Canal. As a result, his research is completely original. Further data are obtained from the Israeli Military Spokesman While Mr. Galbraith is study ing the immediate present, his wife is studying 'the ancient sympathies lie with the Israelis." The Galbraiths, although liv- ing among Jews and Moslems, have maintained their strong Mormon ties. Each Saturday about 30 Mormons living all over Israel gather in their home to participate in services and discussion groups. The Galbraiths would like to remain in Israel, because they feel accepted and find living here very exciting. "Every day something is happening; not little things but big ones with international implications such as the death of soldiers. Life is very different than at you get swept up in it and find yourself working and hoping for the same ends as Israelis." PREPARES FOR FESTIVAL Bruce McMurdo of Pincher Creek practises his bass clarinet in preparation for the up- coming Crowsnest Pass Music Festival scheduled to held from March 29 to April 2. He will'perform within. Matthew Halton Senior High School Band under the direc- tion of bandmaster Richard Burgman.__________ Feb. 27 deadline set trophies for big game COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Sports men in the Crowsnesl Pass and district planning on entering game heads in the an- nual Coleman Fish and Game Association Trophy night are advised that game heads must be turned in to Cellis Building and Supplies Store at Coleman on or before Feb. 27. The trophy night will be held in the Coleman Elks Hall Satur- day, March 6, commencing at 7 p.m. A buffet lunch will bo served. Films on wildlife will ba shown. Presentation of awards for the best game heads and largest fish caught is scheduled. Admission to the event is one dollar for non-members or by purchase of a 1971 membership card. Fees for the year have been set at for men and ?2 for women. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vemon Decoux, Reiident Rep., Bluirmon Phone 562-2149 Southern Alberta Co-op Notice of Annual Meetings TABER BRANCH TUESDAYJEB.23rd-l.30p.nl. MOOSE HALL TABER CARDSTON BRANCH TUES., MAR. 2nd p.m. CARDSTON GRILL CARDSTON Door Prizes it Business Report Refreshments SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP Sitters' course PICTURE BUTTE ttf north regional recreation board1 and the Alberta Safety Council are sponsoring a babysitting course during March. Registration date for each community in the Lethbridge County 28 north county area is March 5. Each community that has about 15 interested bos'S and girls 12 years and over is able to have the course provided they register by March 5. Each student will receive a workbook with important infor- mation pertaining to babysit- ting. It is scheduled for five days a week after school. North county recreation of- fice, 73M774, is in charge. Reunion planned BLATRMORE (CNP Bureau A meeting of persons inter ested in holding a reunion a former teachers and students who attended the old Blaarmor Elementary School has been called for Thursday, Feb. 25 a 8 p.m. in the Blairmore Legion basement. Tentative date for the even has been set for the May 'Mth weekend. The reunion would in elude get-togethers, dances, banquet, tour of the old schoo and a number of other events. Couple celebrates ETZKOM (HNS) Mr anc Mrs. Wendlin Stromsmoe wen surprised by their many friend recently when they helper, them celebrate a belated Silve wedding anniversary. Cards were played for ente tainnrent. Mr. and Mr Stromsm03 were presenter with a purse from their man well wishers. The happy couple was mar ried Jan. 12, 1946. UNITED MOTORS 7th ANNUAL HITTING THE HIGH NOTES Christine Hudson of Tober shows a flashy flute tech- nique as she practice, for the upcoming Taber and District Music Festivd 17 to 19. ON LOCATION-INDOORS AT THE EXHIBITION PAVILION Only 2 days left to take advantage Fantastic Deals! Everything Goes! We will not refuse any offer. Our entire stock of new and used ffj, Cars, Trucks, Trailers, Mobile Homes, Motor Homes, Tent Trail- id en, Truck Cabs, 71 Scamper Trailers and Campers. We are determined not to take anything back our Car Lot if at al1 Ken Robinson elected by sportsmen DEL BON1TA (HNS) The Del Bonita Wildlife Club held its annual meeting and election oi the 1971 executive with the fol- lowing elected: President, Ken Robinson; vice president, Bill S'aunders; secretary. 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