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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 TH1 1ETOBHDGE HERALD March 1971 ProIsraeli stand by major complaint by Arabs Church of the Nazarene 9th and 16th Phono 3278857 Minister 3274784 ou By DAVID POLING ARAB friends always return to one major com plaint in the de bates and controversies that fol low the Middle East You hear this argument in the faculty the student snack the editors the civic It brings conversations to a nice stand Smiles vanish and expres sions are tense and The major complaint Americans are pro You are sold on Zion You are captivated by the I ics both Moslems and Chrisj j frontier scenario spun oat of i Tel Your radio every including your Christian theologians per cent for the Moses And your Arabcountry crit Pope menliojis celibacy issue Priests told not to fear ROME AP Pope Paul told Roman priests recently not to fear the current questioning of the priests role and said this could turn out to be good for the Roman Catholic The pontiff made the renrark in his annual address to the priests of Rome at the Lateran one of four pontifi cal colleges here for seminari ans and young The Pope made one mention of the celibacy issue in lauding THE SALVATION ARMY Corps Officer AND COBB 1302 4th Avenue School a m Worship Service WE INVITE YOU TO ATTEND CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE SALVATION HEALING MIRACLES Pastor Roycroft Corner 5th ond 13th the Virgin Christ wanted to be born of a le Does not this attachment to the immaculate say something about our choice of an eccle siastical state Something which must not be but strengthened by our sacred celi bacy The rule of mandatory celi bacy for priests of Hie or rite and other aspects of clerical life are currently un dergoing studies in the Vatican and elsewhere and are to be dis cussed at next autumns third world synod of OPTIONAL CELEBACY TORONTO CP Optional celibacy for priests received a vote of support here by the Central Conference of representing English speaking priests in Ontario and After voting in favor of the the conference said it Evening Synod to present their The conference proposed that persons already manned and of mature age be permitted to join the priesthood and that married priests be allowed to continue their role in the Eugene a United States priest and told the that celibacy was not the main reason for priests leaving the He predicted that in the next five years priest1 will leave the He said left between 1965 and Ha said priests leave because they feel bound up by too much legalism and a feeling of BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS 633 7th South a Breaking of Bread School THEONE HOPE OF THE BIBLE Blacker Bible Class A Hearty Welcome Awaits You EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th ond Mayor Magrath Phone 3276113 Pastor JOST a Sunday School Worship Evening Service A CORDIAL INVITATION TO dioceses publish pilot edition of paper WINNIPEG CP The four western Canada dioceses of the Roman Catholic Church have published a pilot edition of what they hope will become a new weekly newspaper for western The dioceses of Edmonton and published the 20page edition last Sunday to determine the viability of the It has a separate name in each and is called the Manitoba Catholic Reporter in The cost is being shared by the four dioceses and the paper is published through facilities of the Western Catholic The first edition includes a quest ionnaire to determine reader Hugh Delaney of Winnipeg said the paper will begin publisliing regularly in September if the response is Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church Invites you to listen to the Back to God Hour Radio heard every Sunday at over Hear the dynamic radio minister Joel Nederhood as he deals with todays problems in the light of the authoritative He addresses you Local services every Sunday at 10 and 7 The church is located at 1807 2nd A YOU ARE AN INVITATION TO ALL GERMAN SPEAKING FOLK OF LETHBRIDGE AND AREA SPECIAL MEETINGS i WITH EVANGELIST HELMUT FUERSTENAU from Sao Brazil BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH OF LETHBRIDGE 1 329 19th Street North March to March 1971 Sundays at 11 and 7 j Monday through Saturday at SPECIAL PICTURE PRESENTATION ABOUT BRAZIL March 8th All services are conducted in the German EVERYONE IS WELCOME For further information phone 1 CHURCH OF CHRIST 425 llth 1 Organist 1 Minister Sunday jll Morning Evening EVERYBODY WELCOME j j CHRISTIAN SERVICE I1 iRfll tians exchange nodding glances and dare in words or to deny the major And whether this be Beirut or Sinai or you must respond to this charge before the coffee is America is very inter ested and concerned about Is It supported with excite ment and vigor the creation of the Jewish America loves the Holy Land because it cherishes the Christian The land of Isaac and the countryside of the Mount of Olives the place where Jesus healed and hoped and loved and preached this is the most powerful factor operating in the religious consciousness of be lieving Not not all in the same intensity and but many millions are included and their love for Is rael is But that love Is never at the expense of fairness nor offered at the dismissal of Gov ernments always have their de vious games but the abiding spirit of the population of Amer ica and the conscience of the Christian Church is finally pro Recent events underline this answer to the major Arab com plaint The Jerusalem Housing Scheme to put up public hous ing in the old City and to dis place and discourage the Arab presence has been met with a iarrage of criticism in the American The New York Times led this charge with front page stories and scathing The Jewish Defense League has been regularly and roundly put down by mass media in the United bellig erent behavior is not approved and has generated substantial resentment in the Jewish j as well as in the i public at Martin the distinguish ed philosopher and is easily the most widely read scholar in the Christian semin aries the bridgeman for Jew ish Christian Yet be fore his death in he was the leading critic in Israel of the military whig of Zionism and spoke constantly of A r a b Jewish compromise and accom On the New York Times published this let ter from a Jewish writer the same day I was at a rscepiton in Cairo There is no justification in prophetic Judaism or Anglo American concepts of democ racy for the refusal of Israel to repatriate the Palestine ref It is shocking to my sensibilities that a born and raised in America with all its and never hav ing set foot in should have the privilege of Isiaeli citizenship when the refugee who vas born there cannot re turn to his the expropriation of huge tracts of land and the dislocation of Arab villagers for the sole bene fit of Jewish immigrants are actions sadly reminiscent of the legal discrimination suffered by Jewish minorities throughout Signed Bruce What the Arabs may have forgotten is that some of their best friends are Newspaper Enterprise 1202 3rd Avenue DANIEL GOLDSMITH Minister YOUNG MEN AGES 818 PARTICIPATING DIALATHOT 1000 SUNDAY SCHOOL MORNING SERVICE 3274581 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Strikers get ioorktorule ivedding rites LONDON CP Donald vicar of an East London Anglican is fed up with Britains postal now in its 41st So he has announced that any striker wanting to marry in his church will get a workto rule That means no photographs or By law I am obliged to marry the hs but I dont see why they shouldnt have a taste of their own 1912 0th Avenue South 1st Ward 2rd Ward Sloko Centre28th Street South 6lh Ave A ond 21rd rtarrt tih University Word 2008 23lh St S Priesthood Meeting a 8 00 9 00 a R00 900 a m Sunday School 1 30 11 00 a m 9 30 11 00 i 30 a 10 30 a f and T Meeting 1030 a 12 noon 1030 a m 12 noon 10 30 1 45 a j CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I 1 1203 4 il SUNDAY S li a m j MIND 9 30 a School I am Service WEDNESDAY J 730 Testimony I i j Meeting jij READING ROOM 1 Noon Open Tuts Thin Sat j SUNDAY SERVICES School Worship Midweek Services as usual Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church Cordinator 3X53335 1 J0929th Strut School Service Service Andrews Bethel Baptist Church 716 23rd Street North PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE AND LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 520 7th Street South PASTOR LETS GROW WITH LETHBRIDGE School with classes for all ages THE MISSIONARY of Lome Fisher will speafc to THE SUNSHINE EVANGEL HOUR 1220 8 Prayer and Bible Study MISSIONARY CONVENTION SPEAKERS March LEROY LEBECK of British West Indies March Youth MISS BETTY FUNK missionary under appointment will speak and the choral group from Calgary will provide special March and 7 p m MISS IRIS SCHEEL of Kenya Africa will be guest speaker PLAN TO ATTEND THIS GREAT MISSIONARY A HEARTY INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO YOU AND A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH AT TWO LOCATIONS Organist and Marilyn 1402 8th Avenue a School for all Baptist Leadership Training School students taking CHURCH OF THE OPEN DOOR 6th in series on Letters to the Churches of 1614 5th Avenue a school for all ages Baptist Leadership Training School students taking part CHURCH AS I SEE IT A YOUNG PERSONS POINT OF VIEW A threepart Baptist Leadership Training School students in charge of the en tire The Communion will worship at Norbridge Wednesday The MidWeek Service EVERYONE WELCOME THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA f AILIT Corner 4th Avenut SAINT AUGUSTINE S and street south Rector Associate B Organist and Choir Director Dolores Reid Communion Communion Junior Choir Nursery Provided Beginners Department of Sunday School Communion Senior and Monicas Choir p Confirmation Class 35 p m Skating Civic Centre Rink LENTEN MIDWEEK SERVICES March Communion March Communion MARY THE VIRGIN 12th C and 6th The Reverend Canon Robert SECOND IN LENT T 30 a m Eucharist 1000 a School Eucharist 6 30 p Discusion Current Wednesday p Evensong FridaySt Gregory 9 30 Saturday for Parish PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 5th Avenue South MINISTERTHE REVEREND Organist VANDER KOOY JESUS CHRIST AS WE FACE OUR FEARS CAN I HAVE A RELIGIOUS EXPERI ENCE Church School All classes from nursery to adult Nursery and kindergarten during church hour CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 21st SUNDAY Study Service Service WEDNESDAY Study NORMAN F1SK EVANGELIST Phone 3285781 Lutheran Churches CHRIST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 416 12th Street South Phons 3270709 PASTOR HAROLD MARTIN School Worship Communion on 1st Sunday of Each Month Each Wednesday Lenten Service IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Corner 6lh Avenue ond 18th Street Minister SchoeppPhone 3274336 3286987 School and Bible Class Service March Service at Lurtieran Church of the Good Shepherd ELCC 11th Avenue ond 24th Street South PASTOR ALBERT OLSON School Service Communion First Sunday of Each Month listen to lulheran HourSunday CFAC Calgary THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF METHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES Moderator ROBERT FRCS Calgary President of Alberta Conference BRIAN lethbridqi South Alberta Presbytery SOUTHMINSTER 4th and llth ELLIOTT KING Musical Director Woolhouse Organist Emeritus Putland MARCH 1971 Sunday in Lent MUSIC Senior Choir Blessed CHURCH SCHOOL IN ALL DEPARTMENTS IN SOUTH MINSTER NURSERY McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southeast Lethbridge from 15th and 24th Minister Brian Choir Van Egteren Organist Longford MARCH 1971 WALK TO EMMAUS Service of Baptism Installation of CHRISTIAN EDUCATION III to Years to Seven Years Nursery facilities for Tiny Tots EVERYONE WELCOME FIRST UNITED CHURCH Corner of 5th Avenue and 13th Street North Minister R Ted ESKDALE Director of DOROTHY CLOCK RMT MARCH 1971 Divine Worship at 1100 a Preaching SUNDAY JUNIOR DEPARTMENT at INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR DEPARTMENT at PRIMARY and BEGINNEllS DEPARTMENT at Nursery facilities as A CITY WITH A RURAL WELCOME ;