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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 lETHBFSOCE HERALD Saturday, June 23, 1973 chuirh dedicated CLARESHOLM, (Special) Olaresholni's new Church pf the Nazarene was dedicated re- cently by Dr. L. G. Smith, Cal- gary, district superintendent of the Canada West District, Church of the Nazarene. Others taking part in the ser- vice were: Rev. Oscar Snyder, Calgary; Rev. Ron Kaechele, High River; Rev. Ernest Mar- tin, Picture Eutte; Rev. Rob- ert Deasley. Lethbridge. Keys to the building were presented by Pastor Quantz, chairman of the building com- mittee, to Bill Goertzen, chair- man of trustees. Greetings were brought by Stan Stoklosa. deputy mayor; Pastor Richard Hanson for Claresholm Ministerial Associ- ation: Rev. Bill Pease and Rev. Howard Griffin, former pastors of the church here. TOGETHERNESS Shelah Schmidtke of Pincher Creek will represent the South- ern Alberta Kcotenay zone of the Lutheran Women's Mission- ary League June 25-23 at an in- ternational conference in Mo- bile, Ala. Ways in which Chris- tian women, can share their To- getherness in Crhist with the lonely around the world will be a featured topic of the con- vention. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD RELIGION Windmill highlights Mennonite celebration DEDICATE GIDEON BIBLES o continuing memorial Ph. 327-5322 or 328-4565 PLACED IN HOTELS, SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, PRISONS Cowboys honor God Roy Rogers and Dole Evans, whose religious popularity equals their suc- cess as western entertain- ers, will participate in an Oral Roberts telecast next The cowboy duo will perform a patriotic and religious musical medley on the program, TO tele- cast June 28 at 10 p.m. on CFCN Channel 4. Anglicans., Catholics to share communion SGLTH3RLDGE, (AP) night between Dame nal Willebrands. presiding offi- Officials and parishioners of! Roman Catholic Church, cer of the Vatican secretariat a Roman Catholic church and j parishioners number about an Episcopal (Anglican) church j m Holy Trinity Church, iiave asked for permission to share communion. By ABE WARKENTLX STEINBACH People pass- ing through Steinbach, Man., for the first time are often ta- ken by surprise when they pass the Mennonite village museum on Highway 12 a n d suddenly sae the huge wings of a wind- mill sweeping by. Yet, the windmill at Stein- bach is no fake. It is a genuine working model the only one of its kind in Canada. The windmill is an authentic replica of one that was built in Steinbach in 1877 shortly after the first Mennonite settlers ar- rived in Manitoba in 1374. It was erected for the Mennonite centennial of 1974 as a mem- orial to these early pioneers. Activities The Mennonite village mu- seum grounds will bs the site of many centennial activities this year and next, but the wind- mill stands as the greatest com- pleted project to date. Built at a cost of around the structure, with top displays are planned as spe- Steinbach district farm serving cial attractions. The windmill as a barn. will grind genuine flour which Mr. Reimer bought the build- will be available for sale. ing and it is presently on the Another major project that Is museum grounds awaiting re- to begin this summer is the re- storstion. When completed it storing of the first store build- will be added to the business ing ever to be built in Stein- section and will enable visitors bach. to see what a contrast the old In 1950, John C. Reimer, pres- type of general merchant storo ent curator of the artifacts was to the modern supermar- bui'ding, discovered that his ket. original store There is also the possibility which had been built in 1884 that a cheese factory will bo (Klaas Rsimer began selling built on the grounds in 1974. A project of a different na- 1877) was on a ture is also being undertaken by the museum committee. Members are seeking to obtain a pair of oxen which will be used for various agricultural demonstrations or to pull the authentic Red River ox cart (one of three in merchandise o u t of his house beginning in It is believed to be the first formal request of its kind ever made in the United States. The petition seeking inter- communion was signed Wednes- I with a membership of 500. Rev. Edward Cobden, rector for promoting Christian unity. Copies of the petition also will be sent to Most Rev. Arthur Ramsey. Archbishop of Can- terbury, and the International of Holy Trinity, said the request Anglican-Roman Catholic Corn- would be forwarded to Rt. Rev. Alexander Stewart, bishop of the episcopal diocese of western t Church sources here said the j T n request is the first grassroots Massachusetts, and Jan Cardi-, in the U.S. to an agreed statement on eucharistic doctrine issued in 1971 with the approval of Archbishop Ramsey and Pope Paul. Make this summer rewarding! Add your foisfc school program by taking you may not have tlmo for in your regular schoo! yssr courses such as typing or shorthand. Get a head start on your next term In some of the more difficult subjects such as physics or chemistry. Make up courses you may have mlssocf because of the recent teachers' strike. Pick up you nead to bring up your average. Enroll in the Summer High School at the thbridge Community College SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION The Lethbridge Community College wii! be offering the following fully credited courses from July 3rd to August 3rd, 1973, Registration day Is Tuesday, July 3rd, at a.m. English 10 Social Studies 10 Biology 10 Chemistry 10 Physics 10 Mathematics 10 French 10 (Standard) Typing 10 Shorthand 10 (Gregg) (English 20 Social Studies 20 Biology 20 Chemistry 20 Physics 20 Mathematics 20 French 20 (Standard) Typing 20 Shorthand 20 English 30 Social Studies 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Mathematics 30 Mathematics 31 French 30 Typing 30 Shorthand 30 Data Processing 22 Business Machines 30 FEES; for each S Credit Course ,50 for each 3 Credit Course {Bio'ogy. Chemistry and Physics 10 and 20) r-or more details mail in this handy coupon: Lethbridge will be the centre for departmental examinations. Tuesday. August 7th, 1973. School of Continuing Education Lethbridgo Community College Lethbridge, Alberta f am interested in receiving more information, regarding the following Name..... Address Telephone. Aoplications must be received by trie College no later than Tuesday, June 27th, 1973 The statement affirmed Christ's "true presence" in communion, with the bread and wine becoming His body and blood. Mr. Cobden said: "We recognize of course that differences do exist in other doctrinal matters such as papal infallibility, the immaculate conception and the assumption of the Blessed Virgin, but we do not feel that these differences should prevent our sharing that one central sacrament in whose meaning we have full accord." Retired clergyman honored CLARESHOLM (Special) Rev. and Mrs. H. Francis Yard- ..ley were awarded retirement sail ,2 feet from the hy and members "J .....u v of thg staveiy Claresholm United Church congregations recently. Mr. and Mrs. Yardley came to Claresholm from Ontario three years ago. Ill health has necessitated Mr. Yardley's res- ignation from the active minis- try. Mrs. Frank Isaac, UCW president, and Rev. 0. C. Se- ward presented gifts to the couple who plan their future residence in Calgary. ground, was built with the as- sistance of Dutch officials in 1972. Some parts for the mill were taken from an old windmill in Germany; some parts were built in the Netherlands but most was built on site under the direction of Jan Meden- dorp, a Dutch millwright. Attractions The windmill towers over a museum complex which had its beginnings in the early 1960s and is now a 40-acre sits con- taining various attractions in an artifacts building, a genuine Mennonite house-barn, a school house, and a partial business section containing a black- smith shop and a printery. Highlights at the museum complex in 1973 and 1974 will be the pioneer day celebrations. Art displays, agricultural demonstrations including steam threshing, stocking, flail threshing, and early fashion Graham tired of crusades MADISON, Ga. (AP) Evangelist Billy Grahara said Sunday there are times he would like to retire from big stadium rallies and become a pastor in a country church. "I really want to be just a he told a report- er before opening a 10-day crusade here. "I'll retire when the Lord wants me to. I don't know if I can keep up these big BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH (North American Baptist General Conference) 329 19 Street North Pastor: MANFRED TAUBENSEE Phone 328-2045 and English classes) Worship Service 700 Service "We Preach Christ the Power and Wisdom of God" Presbyterians ask for postage stamp EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive PASTOR-REV. H. J. JOST-Phorra 327-6113 a.m.-THE CHRISTIAN EDUCATION HOUR Service Rev. Vern Strom, Field Chairman for T.E.A.M. in Tokyo, Japan will be speaker. GOSPEL IN JOHN" "A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL" TORONTO (CP) Although the issue of a special postage stamp to commemorate the centennial of the Presbyterian Church in Canada in 1975 has been turned down by the post office, the General Assembly i n s t'r u c t e d its adminis- trative council to appeal directly to the postmaster-gen- eral. The post office department denied the request on the grounds that government policy does not permit religious fig- ures on stamps. "We should protest to the postmaster-general himself against any attempt to dis- criminate against recognizing religious said Rev. Walter McLean, of Waterloo, Oni. of the the great fig- ures in Canadian history have been Presbyterian leaders, and have made a contribution to our country equal to that of the pol- iticians, sportsmen and others who have appeared on he said. Rev. Malcolm Muth. of North Battleford, Sask., said: "The post office does not dis- criminate against religious fig- j Bible man appointed in Alberta TORONTO (CP) Appoint- ment of Gunter Flemke, 24- year-old graduate of North Am- erica Baptist C o 1 e g e in Ed- monton, as district secretary of the Canadian Bible Society for the northwest district was an- nounced "this week. The German born Mr. Flemke will cover Peace River, Northern British Columbia as far as Prince Rupert, the Alas- ka Highway and the Mackenzie Highway. ures. Canadian stamps have al- ready commemorated the work of Jeane Mance, who founded an order of nuns for hospital j work, and Cardinal Laval, in j his ecclesiastical robes." More Religion Page 29 This is your Personal Invitation to come to o SPIRITUAL FEAST JUNE 20th through 24th CHURCH OF CHRIST Corner of 21st Ave. and 28th St. South, Lethbridge, Alta. SPEAKER: JOE CORLEY of Dothan, Alabama (formerly of Lethbridge) 730 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday YOUR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS WILL BE WELCOMED No collections. No pressure or embarrassment of anyone COME and ENJOY the FEAST of GOOD THINGS 1202 3rd Ave. South A. DANIEL GOLDSMITH MINISTER SUNDAY SCHOOL HOOPER SERVICE FILM "CHINESE ARE COMING" COMBINED SUMMER SERVICES St. Andrew's PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Firt I Church 1818 5th Avenue South Minister-THE REVEREND 1614 5ll-i Avenua South ORGANIST-MR. W. VANDERKOOY Draw near to God! SERVICE OF WORSHIP AT ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 10-00 AND THE MORNING" RECONCILES MAKING FREE THE YOUNG AND OLD YOU ARE INVITED TO WORSHIP WITH US Go out to live ;