Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
8 1 HE LtrHBHiOGE HERALD May 1974 Rabbi says Arabs can share By GEORGE W. CORNELL NEW YORK The spiritual leader of the world's three million Sephardic Israel's chief Rabbi Ovadis Yossef. says Jews and Arabs once worked together in friendship and have the shared background for doing so again. is a definite potential for both cultures to come together and tlower once the political questions are he said in an interview here while visiting the United States. Rabbi Yossef. 54. one of two Israeli chief rabbis and the loremost leader of Jews with ancestries in countries bordering on the said those Jews particularly have RABBI YOSSEF common cultural roots with Arabs. Recalling his own four years as head oi a rabbinical court in Egypt before Arab-Israeli fighting broke he said in that period the Jewish community there took full part in Egyptian civic functions. how it could be and how it ought to he said. ROOTS in SPAIN The branch of Judaism which Rabbi Yossef is a Hebrew word literally meaning from but it also inclines those from other Mediterranean in- cluding predominantly Moslem countries of Syria. Turkey. Iran and Algeria. The Jewish population in these areas has declined most of them moving to Israel since the fighting be- gan. Rabbi Yossef was born in Bagdad. and his wife in Both know Arabic. He noted one of the most influential Jewish philosophers. Spanish-born Maimonides who codified Jewish law in the 12th wrote in eloquent Arabic and his thought remains influential in Arabic- culture room for that kind of Rabbi Yosset said Although Sephardic Judaism represents a minority of the world's 14 LETHBRIDGE ALLIANCE CHURCH 1202-3rd Avc S A D GOLDSMITH. Pasto' 3 00 p.m Cnmese Alliance Services MOTHER'S DAY 1000 Family Sunday School 11 00 Gordon Colledge 7-00 James Chuang Lethbridge Christian Reformed Invites You to Listen to the Back to God Hour Every Sunday Night at 7 30 p rn over CHEC Radio YOU GOTTA BELIEVE- When Paul talked to a jailer once .several nonturies ago he told him just that. Using Acts 16 31 thin modern call to faith comes to you now and shows what Christian faith is The Christian Reformed Church is located at 2nd Ave. 'A1 North in the City Services at 10 a.m and 7pm You arn invited CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Cor. Ulh Ave. and 13th SI- S. SALVATION HEALINGS MIRACLES IlfV 1 W HOYCROPT 11 15 a Service 7 00 p m -Evening Service THE SALVATION ARMY ith MAJORS 1MFLMA M COHNEY JOAN M PIERCL TONIGHT' 8-00 p m and Mrs. William Ross SUNDAY a.m School 11.00 am Ross Preaching 2 30 p Citadel Band Concert 6 30 p rn -Salvation Meeting WF INVITE YOU TO MAKE THE ADMY YOUR CHURCH HOME NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH H'POani Pundfv School all 11 00 m -Mother s Day Message The Ideal MotlW 7 co Ei m The Church In Canada 1402 8 Ave. N. D. Cuddles tne and the L on Puppft Smainp1 EVERiONc 'S WELCOME Church of the Nazarene 9th Ave. South St. Rev. R.G. Deasley 321-0130 9.45 a m School 11-00 Day Service Mrs. Deasley speaking Ladies Chorus singing p.m.--Evening Gospel Service WORLDWIDE CHURCH OF GOD with Ambassador MAY 18th at a.m. LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE IARGE LECTURE THEATRE Minister RICHARD WILDING. Ph 288-4087 Listen to GARNER TED ARMSTRONG ON CFCN RADIO and TELEVISION million they make up about half of the Jewish population in Israel. Rabbi Yossef also expressed hope that conditions soon may permit immigration to Israel of Syria's Jews and of the world's largest community of black in Ethiopia law recognizes no difference in skin he said. man is born in the image of On a political he said it is an whether he will recommend that Israel's National Religious party support Israel's government ad- ministration without a change in Israel's law of return. Present law admits converts to Judaism without specifying the conversion must be according to Orthodox as sought by the religious party He said. need of politi- cal stability and unity is a very major Bible quiz SHIRLEY ZALESAK popular Picture Butte girl Bible quizzing has found acceptance with at least two Lethbridge congregations. The youth group at the Nazarene church is preparing for an international Bible quiz in Fiesch. scheduled tor June. The two top quizzers will be eligible to participate. Nazarene team coach is Larry Spicer. assistant pastor. Evangelical Free Church young coached by Ken Thomsen and Les are vying for their denomination's North American title to be decided at Green in June. Both learns will be quizzed on the Acts of the Apostles. Genealogy review SALT J.AKK CITY Researchers will look mlo the Mormon church's genealogy files described as containing more than one billion pages ot family history in a study of possible heroditary factors ot cancer in a large population The announced this week by the Utah division of the American Cancer also will incorporalf medical recoids ot present and past cancer patients in IJIah. One of the Mark S k o 1 n i c k o t the University of said the records of the Genealogical Society of the Church ol Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints contain the equivalent to more than printed volumes ot 300 pages each. He said microfilm crews gathered records in 27 countries last year alone. DEDICATE GIDEON BIBLES aa a continuing memorial 327-5322 or 327-2735 PLACED IN PRISONS HQNPA BUDDHIST CHURCH 3811 FormtryAve. 10 00 am School Japanese Seimon Rev N Kasaqi CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 1203 4th AVE 3. SUNDAY 9'15 CJOC The TRUTH That 9 30 a School 11 00 a AND FALLEN MAN' Wednesday. 7 30 p.m Meeting READING ROOM Open Noon 2 00 p m rues. Thura.. Sal CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST MS s. J R Minister MR. D. MAISEY. Organist AN 327-4774 Family Service a.m. service for adults S S Classes for Evenmfj Service 7.00 p m. EVERYBODY WELCOME joins Europe mission A family court secretary is preparing to leave Southern Alberta soon to become a Christian missionary in Europe. Shirley oi Picture Butte will relinquish her office duties to join Operation an agressive evangelical organization staffed by young adults Muss Zalesak graduated from LCI and the Bnercrest Bible Sask Following further b u s i n e .s s training at Lethbridge Community she went to work at the courthouse. During the past year. Miss Zalesak lias taught a youth Bible sludy group in J'icl.urc Butte and has been active-' in ill if Cli 11 s 11 a n Business Women's Club Scheduled to depart in Miss Zalesak is awaiting assignment to a specific European country. Operation Mobilization was initiated by distribution of Gospel oi John booklets in Mexico in 1957. The following summer a bookshop and radio broadcast were launched. In Operation Mobilization workers started another this tune in Spain. The following house-to-house evangelism commenced in Austria. llaly and Germany. A vessel named Logos was purchased in allowing 0 p e r a 11 o n Mobilization workers to penetrate Asia. The ship serves as a book Christian leadership printing plant and emergency relief source. The Religion 'Family program promotes growth' A. church program built on the Bible and dneoted toward the total is an essential to a city pastoi claims Rev Harold minister at the Kvangehral Free should know. His congregation is i-omposed of a pood cross-section of middle- aged and yonngei families growing church must be oriented to the entire tamily and serve the whole from youngest to oldest Mr. Josl said in a recent interview. primary importance is the preaching of the word of God. Wherever there is maintained growth will naturally follow because God has promised to bless His word. A church should have a good spirit of friendship and a strong outreach within the local community as well as an interest in worldwide he said Free Church members are debating an enlargement of premises or a move to a new location. approval was given for a new pastor's residence The manse behind the church is to be used for Mothers honored Motherhood will have special emphasis this Sunday at the 11 a.m. Lethbridge Church of the Nazarene service. Pastor's Mrs. L. A. Deasley will speak on the topic. The Greatest Experience w h i 1 c congregation mothers serve as choir and offering recipients. HAROLD JOST Sunday school and youth activities Mr. J o .s t observed formation of a second congregation would require double maintenance and duplication of equipment. He suggested expansion under one root would be more economical. Edmonton band adds beat to SA campaign Edmonton Temple Salvation Army band will add a lively note to meetings this weekend at the Lethbridge corps. Under the leadership of bandmaster Douglas the musicians will participate in programs at 8 p.m. this and Sunday at 11 p.m. and p.m. Lethbridge Salvation Army members are currently in the middle of a deeper-life campaign. Col. and Mrs. William Ross from White are leading public meetings. The Edmonton band has 34 amateur all lay members of the Salvation Army. Regular performances are given in Sunday services at Edmonton Temple and elsewhere. A repertoire of Salvation Army music from the United Genuine concern inspires Ont. Nell founder of a new Christian faith movement for women says she has no explanation for the sudden popularity of her organization in Ontario. a it has evolved from the most unusual she said in an interview this week following a rally of women at the second Women Alive conference. The 43-year-old Onl mother of two is the impetus behind the new interdenominational organ- ization operating outside church structures. Three years ago she attended similar conferences in London. and Karmington. organized by Winnipeg an outgrowth of a Michigan Bible-study group. She said she found in that gioup now grown to more than tor each other that I had never experienced in any Ht'r plan is to import the aimed at giving women a new self-image through the Christian faith. Lib isn't the Mrs. Maxwell puMuiig the negative.'' are the heart of the home. The home is the basic unit ot society If a woman really has a sense of worth and is aware ol she will influence her and hor Mrs. Maxwell said she bellows women lend to s 1 a I e within church meeting the same people regularly. The executive plans to hold another conference Oct 4 in Barne tor couples help husbands and wives bridge Mrs. Maxwell said Moderator to visit Rev Bruce I.I c L e o d moderator of the United Church of will address a public meeting of the Southern Alberta presbytery at 7 30 p.m Wednesday in McKillop United Church. Meeting chairman is Rev. T G minister of 5th Avenue United Church. Medicine Hat. Church Chuckles by CARTWRIGHT 1271 Scandinavia and Australia is performed. Following an English the band has no reed yet is able to vary its sound over a wide range of brass. In male members of the band double as a singing chorus. The musicians goal is to perform an act of Christian worship. Mr. Field has conducted the Edmonton band since February 1971. He has received musical training in Eastern and is experienced with all phases of music through his job as production director for CBC Edmonton. DOUGLAS FIELD Simple life for monks OAK 111. Many communities of Franciscan priests maintain a standard of living so high that their traditional vow of poverty is not a member of the order says. Rev. Alan McCoy of Santa said this week that Franciscans and other religious groups have been caught in a wave of consumerism and should relate their living standard to the lower income level. the poor are using public transportation we shouldn't be driving around in Father McCoy told 90 Franciscan leaders at a conference of the branch of Friars one of three branches of the member order. doesn't matter which economic group we are working we must make our example come through or we can't have an impact Father McCoy is minister provential of the order's West Coast branch in Santa Cahf. EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive PASTOR REV. H. J. JOST PHONE 327-6113 10.00 School 11 -00 Service Service Cordial Invitation to Lethbridge Independent Baptist Church Interested in Pure Bible In What Christ Has For Meet With Us Around God's Word MONDAYS at p.m. 1714-14th Ave. South Church Minister. Rev G K B A M Div Director of Music Mr. D Barry Waterlow L T C L a Church School A MALIGNED MAJORITY Christian Family Sunday Service ot Presentation and Dedication voice Myers Malcolm Director 7.00 p of featuring the hymns of Isaac Watts. __________'YOU ARE INVITED TO WORSHIP WITH US___________ BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Baby Sitting Service Happy Evening Service Baby Sitting Service A Family Service my mama says we dan't want Lethbridge First Baptist Church Across the Street from the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute RECITAL SERIES Sundays at Admission Free MAY12TH W.R.MYERS HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR 85 Voices under the direction of Malcolm V. Edwards sing a program of religious including and Classical music. This years Lethbridge Music Festival High School chorus trophy winners MAY 26TH BARRY WATERLOW ORGANIST Mr. Music Director of the performs organ works he presented in his Expo '74 recital at St. John's U S.A. Also to be heard are a number of pieces for the harp- sichord.