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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10-THI LITHiRIDQI Novtmbw x-The Herald-------------------- Religion 'Ethnic church not a language school9 Human rights leader A former United Church Harvey has been appointed executive director of the Manitoba Human Rights Commission. Mr. minister at First United Lethbridge from 1953 to 1956 will supervise complaint disputant conciliation and other duties within the act. Church of the Nazarene tth AM. South St. Ftev. R.G. 327-47M AMtet. PMtor-Lwry Spkwr PIMM 9-45 a School Worship Service IS CHRIST Rev. Deasley speaking Meeting MID-WEEK SERVICES AS USUAL By NOEL BUCHANAN Herald Staff Writer Ethnic churches are not language but are part of the overall spiritual building a German Baptist minister said in a Lethbridge interview this week. job is not to seek out a few German-speaking grand- mothers in senior citizen but to build up the said Helmut Poschwatta. pastor of Bethany Baptist Church. I will continue a ministry among older people who speak the German language But our denomina- tion has to adjust its he said Mr. Poschwatta says he cannot forsee any immediate large-scale immigration of German-speaking people to Canada The German-oriented North American Baptist General Conference started its ministry in Eastern Canada and the United States in the early 1850s. serving European settlers the denomination has about 350 churches operating in Canada and the United States. According to Mr. Poschwatta. about 90 per cent of the congregations are completely English language programs The Lethbridge church has a membership of about 100 persons Each congregation makes an autonomous decision about bi-lmgual Mr Poschwatta said which started here about 20 years ago. continues to offer worship. Sunday school and mid-week meetings in both tongues. Mr. Poschwatta said it is mostly older people who want the German language services retained. Young people and children know little or no Ger- he said. Baptist churches are now in a transition stage. Another five or 10 years and they will all be full English he forecast. Mr Poschwatta expressed the belief it is one thing to speak a another to understand the message. High on his list of priorities is mak- ing known the Christian Gospel in words his audience can grasp and understand. goal is to preach the word of he said. want to reach our neighbors around us with the Mr Poschwatta said his congregation will continue to give support to the year-long evangelistic Key 73 Rally dates have been set for 8 17 and 7 Nov. 18 at Bethany The a musical group from Edmon- will be featured at these services million trust fund helps Rex pay debts Ohio Cathedral of Tomorrow said Thursday it has establish- ed a trust fund to repay security holders who want to be reimbursed during the next 60 days The repayment to be mailed out to security holders fulfills a court order of last the Cathedral said. The order arose from an Ohio commerce department suit charging the Cathedral with the sale of unregistered securities The a business empire as well as a non- denominational church head- ed by Rev. Rex has been under court supervision since January. Cathedral officials said the organization has 5 million m outstanding notes but that repayment would not be pro- NOTICE 1973 CENSUS A census taker will be calling upon you in the month of November and your co-operation is solicited in providing the information re- quested. The census is one of the requirements for the per capita grant that the City receives from the Provincial Government. It is also an important source of statistics for the School Boards and Planning Department of the City. The information received will in no way be used for any other purpose and will be held in the strictest of confidence. The public in general benefits from the census. Following is a sample of the form to be used and the information required. It would be a benefit to the census taker if you would com- plete this clip it and simply hand it to them when they call at your residence. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE DATt 1. ANT OTMtt UVMO OUARTIRS AT THIS ADOtfSS Shigb Rawm. N. Q 9. All KttONS OVOI KNOOt EHTRANCl AM RUKHNO AT TIM AtOVB ADMISS 20-35 31.M SO 43 Ow ------STUMNTS ATTENDING Jr. High Sr. I LMwtlty v NAMES OF CHILDREN OF PRE SCHOOL AGl 4. NAMES OF t. CHIlDRfM OF PRE SCHOOL AOf WIU ATTEND PUUIC SCHOOL O SfPARATI SCHOOL Q ENUMERATOR'S SIGNATURE NAME Of PERSON SUPPLYING INFORMATION If further information Is required or any difficulties arise in providing Information to the census please contact the City Clerk's office at 328-2341. JOHN QERLA City Clerk rated unless the amount of notes returned exceeded million They said the trust fund was set up that eventually all money will be paid back in full and the people who do not re- deem their securities will con- tinue to get full interest on all outstanding notes The letter excludes language outlawed earlier this week by count judge Paul Riley The earlier language included a request that noteholders simply return their notes as a contribution to the Cathedral Couple attending camp A former Lethbridge couple is now in Mexico facing a rigorous three months of primitive jungle life. Fraser and Dianne accompanied by their two are attending the Wycliffe Bible Translators' training camp near southern Mex- ico Purpose of the camp is to provide a transition from North American life to the country and culture of an isolated area. Wycliffe missionary can- didates are trained how to manoeuver dugout prepare meals from primitive food and build a home and fur- niture from jungle materials The course is a preparatory requirement before Wycliffe translators go overseas as missionaries. The Edwards couple both graduated from Lethbridge Collegiate Institute They are members of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church Preaching Lethbridge Ministerial Association Rev. Albert will participate Nov. 6-9 in gospel meeting at Picture Butte Church of the Naza- rene. Music will be pres- ented by the Knelson Family of Coaldale. Nazarene pastor Ernie Martin extends a public invitation to the p.m. meeting. CRUSADE SET FOR MARCH 1974 Canadian evangelist Terry Winter of Vancouver has scheduled a Lethbridge and Southern Alberta crusade here next reports Keith minister at First Baptist Church. Public meetings will be conducted March 15 to 24 in the Lethbridge Exhibition Mr. Churchill says Eight city and two dis- trict churches agreed to sponsor the forthcoming crusade at a meeting this week in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. Mr. the says he anticipates other congregations will join In support A meeting to appoint a crusade organization com- mittee has been set for Nov. 12. CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 425 11th St S J R CHAPMAN Minister Mr D Organist AN ANSWER' 327-4774 ramily Service 10 00 a m service lor adults S S Classes for Evening Service 7 00 p m EVERYBODY WELCOME CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 1203 4th AVE. S. SUNDAY The TRUTH That 9 30 a m -Sunday School 11 00 a m -Church Service WEDNESDAY 7 30 p m Meeting READING ROOM Open Noon-2 00 p m Tues Thurs Sat NEW HOPE CENTRE 1501 6th Avfl. 8. A CHARISMATIC COMMUNICATION CENTRE WHO ARE THE JESUS See the Nov. 3 at p.m. Free and Praise and Worship Pastor Hazell Preaches More Liberating Truth from Qods World THOU WITH US AND WE WILL DO THEE GOSPEL MUSIC PRESENTATION f With the JOHN MATHEWS FAMILY I DOVE AWARD WINNERS THE MASTERS TOUCH QUARTET of vi S I hi Concert Nov. p.m. i BathlM Presbyterian Church 1014-IMh A' mmrtw MM. M.Mi. English Worship a.m. Hungarian Worship a.m. Sunday School a.m. CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Cemw Mi AW. WMUMI SL S. SALVATION HEALING MIRACLES Pastor REV T. W. ROYCROFT Service 7JDO.o.m.-rEv4nina Service. THE SALVATION ARMY 1302 4th AvenueS Corps Officers MAJORS THELMA M CORNEY. JOAN M PIERCE a.m. Sunday School Family Worship Service Study WE INVITE YOU TO MAKETHE ARMY YOUR CHURCH HOME Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church Invites you to listen to the Back to God Hour every Sunday night at p.n over CHEC Radio THE PEACE OF GOD deals with the very practical problem that arises when it seems impossible to achieve joy and serenity in life. Do you have that Listen in on Sunday. The Christian Reformed Church is located at 1807 2nd Ave. North in the city Services at 10 a m. and 7 p.m. You are invited cordially St. Andrew's _ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818-5 Avenue South Minister Reverend L D B A W VunderKooy E. Doyle Church School-Kindergarten to Grade Six Nursery during Church hour followed by discussion Independent Baptist Church Evangelistic Services Nov. and DM. Nightly Sir Winston Churchill High Rev. David Oldfltld Speaking New Mondays at p.m. 1714 -14 AVMIIM South p.m. Sundays Church 1614 5th AVMIIM South Minister Rev G K B A M Div Director of Music Mr D Barry Waterlow L T C L a.m. Sunday Church School Service Style of the Christian INTELLECTUAL 7.00 m INCIDENTS AT Special music by Male Quartet YOU ARE INVITED TO WORSHIP WITH US SOUTH LETHBRIDGE ROMAN CATHOLIC PARISHES WEEKEND MASSES ST. PATRICK'S CORNER 4th AVE. and 10th ST. S. 7'00 p.m. SUNDAY. 9 a.m.. 12 noon ASSUMPTION 240512th AVE. S. p.m SUNDAY 8 11 m. Folk Mass 10.45 a.m. In Parish Hall TlckvtMtUIMr'iMuilc Ltd. door. AdmiMWn fg.oo 23rd ST. N. a.m. SCHOOL SERVICES p.m. SERVICES FACILITIES FOR ALL ;