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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVMriMT Itn-THt LITHMUDOIHlfULD-11 BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS Memorial Service p.m.-'THE END OF THIS WHAT H. Blacker Wednesday Bible Glass HEARTY WELCOME AWAITS YOU EVAHCEUCAL FREE CHURCH PASTOR raV. H. d. JOST PhoiM M7-S11J School Service Rev. Wilfred Strom Miss Jean Sokvinte Mr. Crelghton Films ON THE CORDIAL INVITATION TO NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH D.E. SIPF Evangelical Church In Canada 1402 I N. Teach-in Service John McHardy with Oriental Missionary Society Outreach with Alice and Richard Harder with Wyclirl Bible Translators and John McHardy sharing in the Service. Guests taking part in Service SATURDAY p.m. Children's Missionary Rally Fellowship of Everyone SPECIAL MUSIC AT ALL SERVICES EVERYONE CORDIALLY WELCOME. LUTHERAN CHURCHES CHRIST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 41612th Street 327-0708 HAROLD MARTIN a.m.-Sunday School and Holy Communion Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd 11th Avenue and 24th Street South REV. H. MARTIN Services a.m.-Sunday School EVERYONE WELCOME IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Corner tth Avenue and 18th Street South. MinlMtr W.K f. Phone 327-4336 Office. NO MATINS IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER School and Bible Classes Service Listen to the Lutheran Hour Sunday a.m. CFAC Calgary THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA SAINT AUGUSTINE'S Corner 4th and South REVEREND L. FRANK B.A. S.T.B.Rector REVEREND DEREK L Curate DENNIS A. Mus. A.H.C.O. Organist and Choirmaster a.m.-Holy Communion a.m.-Holy Communion Jr. Choirs Rev. D. Hoskin COFFEE HOUR FOLLOWING THE SERVICE MID-WEEK SERVICES November a.m. Holy Communion ST. MARY THE VIRGIN 6th N. The Reverend Canon Robert W. B.A. Lth. TWENTIETH AFTER TRINITY School in Parish Hall Eucharist MIDWEEK SERVICES p.m. Eucharist Octave of All Saints a.m. Eucharist Presentation for Communion Korean CIA watches dissident Christians By DANIEL SOUTHERLAND Christian Science Monitor South Korea South Korea's powerful Central Intelligence Agency is keeping a close watch over this country's dissident Chris- tian ministers. Korean CIA officials have recently questioned Kim Kwan general secretary of the National Council of Churches in .concern- ing criticism of the Park Chung Hee government which Mr. Kim made during a visit to the United States. Mr. Kim said he suspects he will have difficulty getting permission again to travel abroad. But he added that he did not think the South Korean government is trying to suppress the church as a policy. are not trying to do it he said. But while supression may not be sur- veillance by the omnipresent Korean CIA seems to be thorough. The first thing this reporter was asked when he talked with one Protestant leader you being One man whom the Korean intelligence agency is ex- pected to watch with special care in the coming months is Rev. Park Hyung a Presbyterian minister who has been working in slum areas. The government only last week released Mr. Park from lie had been arrested last June On charges of seek- ing to incite the overthrow of the government. At his trial Mr. Park was reported to have admitted that he financed the printing of anti-government leaflets but he denied advocating the overthrow of the government. The leaf distributed at a religious lamented the imposition a in South Korea. But they did not call for the overthrow of the government. FEW CASES Distribution of the leaflets represented one of the few cases where anyone has open- ly defied the government since Park Chung Hee impos- ed martial law on South Korea a year ago. Mr. Park was sentenced to two years in' prison but was released after church groups in the United and Japan protested his deten- tion. The mild- mannered Mr. Park emerged from prison paler and thinner than he liad been before his arrest. He had been kept in isolation but church officials reported that he had otherwise been well treated. He had apparently lost weight because he fasted one day each week during his three months in- prison.. He spent much of that time reading the Bible and singing hymns. After-his Mr. Park told parishioners at the Cheil Church in Seoul that he was free once again to do Church work and to Bift he also said that lie had promised government authorities that he would not talk about his im- prisonment. It is believed that President Park Chung Hee made the decision to release Mr. Park. The government apparently had come to realize that it was paying a heavy price in terms of damage to its image overseas by imprisoning the Presbyterian minister. There are an estimated 3.4 million Christians in South constituting only a lit- tle more than 10 per. cent of the total population. But Christians have held leading positions in politics and education. Some Christian leaders gained prominence by resisting the Japanese when they ruled Korea. According to church the Japanese police once'had arrested Mr. Park in connection with a school he organized for poor children during the Japanese -.-States and making occupation. The school their only appearance'in tras country at the National Arts promoted Korean aspirations for independence. In 1969 Mr. Park established a committee to oppose Presi- dent Park Chung move to change the constitution to allow himself to run for another term. More recently Mr. Park organized protests against the forced resettlement of slum dwellers in Seoul. Eastern faiths show North American gain By GEORGE CORNELL NEW YORK As you relax motionlessly in a head- on-knees your hands clasping your repeating the you're supposed to become more closely attuned to Ultimate Reality. expands the mind from a cruder level to higher spiri- tual an India-trained monk explains softly. beautiful. You become well established. It makes you a true person spiritu- ally and physically. makes you know who you to realize the name of self mirrors God. It'enables you to do somethingJbetter for yourself and the world you LETHBRIDGE ALLIANCE CHURCH MINISTER D Qoldimlth 1202- 3 9o 1 rt'rtrt Q m Family Sunday SchOOl Rev. R. Mc.myre.D p.m. J 7 BER strict Superintendent 6 CHORALE Nov. Berg 7 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIS' EVERYONE OF LAT DAY Sunday Fast and Testimony 1912 10th Ave. S. a.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. 28th St. and 3rd Scenic Dr 4th a.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. 2223 6th Aye. A N. 2 a.m. a.m. a.m. noon 2808 28th St. S. a.m. belong to. It puts you in union with'cosmic This is the promise of Ananda Marga of Yoga as described by one of its six authorized acaryas in the United Acarya Ya- tishvarananda. he points ex- plaining it is not'nearly as in- formative as experiencing just as about eating an apple is far different from eating an The Ananda Marga with headquarters in now operates tres in cities in state. It is one of a score of Eastern religious movements arising from Hinduism and Buddhism now flourishing in the U.S. Estimates have put the number of active American followers of various Eastern groups at with casual dabblers in them running into the millions. Probably the largest is Nichiren the U.S. branch of Japan's Buddhist- aggressively evange- listic Soka. which claims more than American with headquarters in Santa Mon- Some of them are tightly defined .religious while such as Ananda have a typical Orien- tal acceptance of various reli- including Judeo-Chris- offering their methods 'as a helpful supplement. not tied to any par- ticular caste or but are for all of Acarya Ya- tishvarananda said in an in- terview. want to enhance Berg Chorale at Alliance A sacred music concert featuring the Berg Chorale of Calgary will be presented Sun- day at 7 p.m. in Lethbridge Alliance Church. Chorale experience includes radio and television ministry. Lay musicians representing a cross-section of denominations share in the program. all faith'with a common spiri- tual technique and a universal feeling for A bearded monk of in saffron tunic and he says many Catholics and Jews use the group's me- .ditation and exercise tech- niques to the benefit of their own faiths. is everywhere needed because this society is going down very he said. are so caught up in physical living that they're unable to breathe peace and harmony. don't think of their own development and that of but only of money. This is not the 'summum bonum.1 It makes only breaking down minds and hearts. Peo- ple want Ananda Marga contends its practices sensitize partici- pants to human needs. The society carries on many so- cial service such as day-care programs for the drug handicapped and pris- oners. its disciplines- aimed both at physical and spiritual 'of about 30 minutes of medita- tion and Yoga exercises each morning and evening with various relaxing postures recommended for it. The group advocates a ve- getarian diet and lays down a list of basic such as avoidance of violence and cleanli- scripture meditation and service to oth- ers. aprf performers of aricient rriystic rites they may but when-they met report- ers and photographers rnostflf them the 'behavior patterns of rubber- necking tourists. Archbishops Yuko Aoki and Joyo Tsukiyama posed first for photographs in a hotel lobby with Koji the group's blind singer of Heik- an old Japanese roman- tic war tale. GATHER FOR PHOTO Then the many of them wearing wooden form sandals with their Japa- nese kimonas and 'ecclesias- tical dodged downtown Ottawa traffic to go to a nearby park for a group photo. Most carried c The old archbishops sat on a park bench and the troup gathered around for the group photo. But not all of them would stay put. The photo hounds among them kept dar- ting out to take a picture of the breaking up the group. Then reporters and photog- raphers became the object of Japanese tourist and they turned their cameras on the reporters. Yoshiro a Japanese composer travelling with the is a product of the Toho Gakuen school of which also produced Kazu- yoshi conductor of the Vancouver and Seigi former con- ductor of the Toronto Sym- now with the sym- phony orchestras of San Francisco and Boston. DIAL-A-THOT 327-4581 LAKEVIEW MENNONITE BRETHERN CHURCH 15 Ave 29 St. So. Phone 327-5854 BETHANY BAPTIST GHlRCN American BapUtt 329 S1TWI Norm Hf 39S-204S English 11 German Worship SWvlbe Evening Serttce of PASTOR ISRA6L50N Three Japanese Budd- hist monks on their first world tour turned the tab- les oh reporters in Ottawa last week. The monks are of a group of 16 theatrical performers who have been presenting ancient Japanese music to audiences in France and-the United States. Shingon monks visit Canada By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA A group of Japanese Shingon sect Bud- dhist monks who left Japan six weeks ago on their first world tour as theatrical 'per- formers are heading tired and strangely bemused by Western ways. The 18 accompanied by two of their performed chants and other ancient Japanese music in the United iy pjn. CJOC 1HO School with classes for all 'fcQO. Worship MESSENGER'S 'Men Service -j'Tue tiiceecuneD'e ratr and'Bible HEARTY rNVITATION IS A WARM WELCOME AWAITS Coalhurst Pinticostal AssMtMy School Service Service WELCOME THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION Uh G0N-QREQATfONAt RIGHIflEvL .President Of Rev. A. Chairman of Rev. T. Medicine Hat SOUTHNHNSTER 4th and 11th St. S. REV. KENNETH MORRIS REV- VSrtLtiAM CALDERWOOD j- f- .DIRECTOR OFMU.SIC-Mr.'Wilfred WoqlhbJse A. Pu'tland Jpy MAY EIE Rev. Kenneth W.Morris Us Thy Sunday School at Available Service in Buchanan Chapel Study in Room No. One McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southeast Lelhbridge from and 24th St. S. MINISTER REV. BLAKE ANDERSON Choir Mr. H. Van Egteren MRS. C. GREENE November 4 of the Bible with Doug Walker Worship WITH Commitment Sunday at Buchanan Chapel CHRISTIAN EDUCATION a.m.-Junior and Intermediate Department a.m.-Kindergarten 4 ana a Primary .Department and Nursery for tiny tots is available at the service FIRST UNITED CHURCH Corner of Sth Avenue and 13th Street North REV. KEN JORDAN B.A. B.D. Director of Music MRS. DOROTHY GLOCK RMT November 4 Worship Youth Parade School Nursery Services for babies''arid tiny tots Worship at Southminster Group MIDWEEK GROUPS ivlESSENGERS-rMonday at p.m. at p.m. p.m. .at p.m. at DISCUSSION at a.m. CHINOOK CO-OPERATIVE PARISH REV. ALBERT BALDEO COALOALE HEV.-JAMES RUXTON CARDSTON W CALDERWOOD MORNING WORSHIP BARONS a.m. PICTURE BUTTE RAYMOND a.m. a.m. COALDALE a.m. IRON NOBLEFORD a.m a.m. MAGRATH a.m. CARDSTON a.m. MtTOM-MV.HeNMVUNHAU THE LORD IS LOVEO AND PEOPLE ARE a.m. -Sunday School HELL AND THE HERE AND Lord's Supper and Reception of New Members WEDNESDAY Pioneer girls and boys Brigade .YOUNG PEOPLE Monday p.m. BIBLE STUDY and PRAYER Wednesday DIFFERENCE WES IT MAKE WHAT WE CALL THERE'S NOIHWJ W A MMif METHCWSTS-WE ALL FOLLOW OIBST-JUST IN Vif WU FOLLOW THATS AREN'T NOTTHE YOU MEMBERS MKHrK- presented oy rrte cnurcrt or cnritt COME BACK CHURCH OF CHRIST 17M tIM AM. Donald R. Study 10 11 a.m. e p.m. p.m. m- EVERYONE WELCOME ;