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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, March 9, 1974 Surgeon wants prayer tested TORONTO (CP) A pioneer in open heart surgery says he would like to see a major research program launched into psychic energy such as the power of prayer. Dr. Wilfred G. Bigelow, a surgeon at the University of Toronto, has just been awarded the Charles Mickle Fellowship as the doctor who has been deemed to have done the most in the past 10 years to advance medical and scientific knowledge. He made his prayer research proposal in an interview. Earlier, in a speech at the university he urged medical scientists to keep open minds and noted there hasn't been any research at the university into mental telepathy or clairvoyance. Dr. Bigelow said 35 years have passed since a North Carolina experiment showed some people could influence a dice throwing machine by simply wishing for a number. "Here is evidence of a form of energy that is not at all un- said Dr. Bigelow. The doctor said it is "increasingly difficult to discount "such powers as mental telepathy. He said although there ap- pears to be a remarkable ac- ceptance in some quarters of the Chinese acupuncture tech- niques, minds seem to be closed to "our religious beliefs or our fundamental concepts of things." He said psychiatrists, who know the most about the mind, have most resisted the idea of mental telepathy. Dr. Bigelow said advanced education and over-special- ization carry the risk of blind- ing scientists to broad truths. The surgeon said medical students should be taught that academic learning is not the font of all wisdom and noted that of the four commonly- used medical drugs only one was developed by medical science and the rest came from folk medicine or Indians. LAKEVIEW MENNONITE BRETHREN CHURCH 15th Ave. ft 29th St. South Rev. Henry Unrau Phone 329-3542 a m School 11 00 am by REV WALLY KROEKER 7-00 p m Voice A CAPPELLA CHOIR from M B B C. in Winnipeg "Where the Lord is Loved People Appreciated" Lethbridge Independent Baptist Church Interested in Pure Bible Study? In What Christ Has For You? Meet With Us Around God's Word MONDAYS at p.m. 1714-14th Ave. South Listen CHEC p.m. Sundays Church Minister Rev G K Churchill, B A M Div Director of Music Mr D Barry Waterlow L T C L 9-45 a m Church School 11.00 a HOUSE" p m "TV AND THEE" Panel and Open Discussion to follow YOU ARE INVITED TO WORSHIP WITH US Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church Invites You to Listen to the Back to God Hour Every Sunday Night at p.m. over CHEC Radio WOMAN'S LIB AND CALVARY'S CROSS. Using John 19-27, The Back to God Hour program WOMAN'S LIB AND CALVARY'S CROSS shows how Jesus' words to His Mother when He died can help us develop proper attitudes regarding the feminist movement 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 THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA SJUNT AUGUSTINE'S REVEREND U FRANK LEE B A S f B Rector REVEREND DEREK HOSK1N L Th Curate DENNIS WHITELEY. A Mus T C L A R C O Organist and Choirmaster a.m. Holy Communion Holy Commun'on 11-00 Morning Prayer. Senior Choir Nursery provided All Departments of Church School MIDWEEK SERVICES Ti-esday. March 12th: a.m Communion Wednesday. March 13th: Holy Communion and Mediation Thursday. March 14th: a Holy Communion MMIY lilt YHfllM Pector The Reverend Canon Robert W Cowan 8 A Uh SECOND IN LENT 7-30 a 8 00 a 10.00 a School a in Parish Hall 11 00 a m Eucharist Vestry MIDWEEK SERVICES Tuesday, St Gregory 7-00 p m Eucharist Thursday: a Saturday: p.m for Communion Lutherans review papal primacy Conversation about life Donald Sipe and his puppet, Cuddles Ventriloquist act teaches children Preacher Donald Sipe of Lethbridge really pulls some strings when teaching children the Christian he uses a ventriloquist's puppet. Cuddles, a blonde, mixed-up puppet has been sharing the pulpit with "Uncle Don" for the past seven years The fuzzy-haired, argu- mentative puppet operated by Mr. Sipe. Norbridge Community Church minister, is a popular addition to church camps. Sunday school and religious telecasts: "Children are fascinated by puppets.'" Mr Sipe claims, saying he would like to see a puppet workshop conducted in Lethbridge "The operator must work at ventriloquism long enough to feel he and the puppet are actually enjoying a conversation together It mustn't be a one-sided conversation." Mr. Sipe said. Writing his own scripts. Mr Sipe involves the audience through humor and argument. His aim is always to emphasize a moral lesson or some Bible truth in a way children can understand Mr Sipe says he was timid when he first started to work with the puppet He practiced in front of a mirror and microphone in a large room to get the feel of his voice. Cuddles was given to Mr. Sipe by his son, Sheldon, and daughter Carolynne, who use flannelgraphs and magician .tricks for similar purposes. The family knew of their father's interest in puppets and decided upon a surprise gift- "The only problem is you can't take a holiday from ventriloquism for more than two weeks If you do, your voice has had Mr. Sipe said. Cuddles is a lap puppet, operated by a stick inside. The Herald- Religion HONPA BUDOHST CHURCH Forestry Ave. 10-00 a m School Japanese Sermon REV N KASAGI CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 1203 4th AVE. S SUNDAY 8 15 CJOC The TRUTH That HEALS" 11-00-Service -MAN- Yoi; can borrow "SCIENCE anC HEALTH WITH KEY TO THJ SCRIPTURES" 8y Mary Batei Eddy Irom Jtre lelhbndge Pub- lic Library WEDNESDAY 7 30 Testimony Meeting READING ROOM Open Noon 2 00 p r> Tues. Thurs Sal CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 425 lift SIS. J R CHAPMAN Minister MR 0 MA1SEY "DIAL AN ANSWER" 327-4774 Family Service tO'OO a m (Worship service 1or S S Classes lor Children) Evening Service 7 00 p m EVERYBODY WELCOME Gospel meetings scheduled Pentecostal evangelist Eunice Myer is scheduled to begin a series of gospel meetings here Sunday in Lethbridge Pentecostal Tabernacle. Converted as a child member of the Lethbridge church, Miss Myer has travelled extensively in Canada and the United States for the past years. A popular Bible camp speaker, Miss Myer has also preached in East Africa Meetings are scheduled to run March 10 to 17 commencing 7.30 p.m. Unitarian guest in Calgary An introduction to Unitarian beliefs will be given Sunday in Calgary Unitarian Church. 204 16th Avenue N.W. Rev Dwight Brown of Dallas, Texas, is the scheduled speaker for a 10-30 a.m. meeting. Unitarians and others interested in exploring the faith are invited to attend. Satellite hunts for ark SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (Reuter) A United States satellite has taken photographs of material on Mount Ararat, near the Soviet-Iranian border, which may be remains of Noah's ark. Senator Frank Moss Dem. Utah, said this week. Moss said the photographs were taken as part of the earth resources technology satellite program from an altitude of 450 miles. He told a seminar on survey, mapping and remote sensing that the photographs "show a formation at the lower end of the satellite's resolution capability which appears to be foreign to other materials found on the mountain it's about the right size and shape to be the ark." Arctic bishop elected REGINA