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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 38 THE LETHBHIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 9, 1974 THE SALVATION ARMY 1302- 4Ui Avenue South Majors THELMA M CORNEY. JOAN M PIERCE 9-30 a m School in Hebrews Major Thelma Corney preaching p m meeting p m (Thurs.) Prayer and Bible Study LETHBRIDGE ALLIANCE CHURCH 1202-3rd S. A D GOLDSMITH. Pastor p.m. CHINESE ALLIANCE SERVICES PASTOR J.CHUANG School Service Service NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH The Evangelical Church in Canada SIPE 10 00 am -Sunday School Classes for all ages 11 00 am Worship Service "THE CONQUEST OF HANDICAP1 7 00 p m MISSIONARY Miss MARIAN HEASLIP rep- resenting WYCLIFF BIBLE TRANSLATORS in BOLIVIA will show slides and tell of her many interesting ex- Everyone IS Welcome penences St. Andrew's PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818-5 Avenue South L. D. HANKINSON B.A. W. VANDER KOOY School 1100 Nursery and Kindergarten during Church Hour. Church of the Nazarene 9th Ave, South 16th St. Lethbridge Rev. R. G. Dellley 327-4786 ___ Assist. 328-0130 School Worship Service Dr. Alex Deasley Speaking p.m Alex Deasley Speaking Life Seminar Begins p m thru Sat. FAMILY LIFE SEMINAR A Friendly Welcome Awaits You Chwch Minister: REV. G. KEITH CHURCHILL, B.A., M.Oiv. Organist: MRS. MARILYN SINCLAIR Pianist: MRS. MAIDA MACK 9-45 Church School a ARE YOU SPECTATOR OR Service of Presentation and Dedication FOLLOW ME" Discipleship Groups in homes of the congregation ____________-YOU ARE INVITED TO WORSHIP WITH US' NOW IN LETHBRIDGE TV Speaker, World Traveller, Lecturer. Illustrated in Color on the Screen. VERNE SNOW Saturday, November p.m. "Will Catholics and Under Sunday, November p.m. "The Devil's Deathbed" Monday, November p.m. "The Revelation Our Genera, tlon The Tuesday. November p.m. "The Fatal Mistake That WIN Send Millions of Church Members To Hell" Wednesday, November p.m. "The Seal of the 144OOO" Thursday. 14th Ko Lecture Friday, November p.m. "H-Bomb Predicted In Bible Prophecy- Countdown to Physical and Spiritual Iternlty" CHAPEL OF CHIMES 2606 16th Avenue South, Lethbridge Sponsored by 'Us Written" TV Telecast! Free Transportation, Phone 327-1372 FREE ADMISSION! The Herald Religion Family life seminar A family life seminar encompassing marriage relationships, child guidance and personal living commences Sunday at p.m. in Lethbridge Church of the Nazarene. A series of films featuring Dr. Henry Brandt will provide resouce material on each topic. Meetings continue Monday through Saturday at p.m. Dr. Brandt has extensive training and experience as a Christian psychologist. He is a special representative of Cam- pus Crusade for Christ and additionally serves as a consultant to foreign mission boards. Course fees are per couple, an individual or 50 cents admission per night. Additional information available from assistant pastor Larry Spicer at 328-0130. Good future forecast Some 700 delegates from towns throughout southwestern Alberta attended the Circuit Assembly of Jehovah's Witnesses at Taber Civic Auditorium last weekend. The Saturday program included talks, experiences, and demonstrations emphasizing the assembly theme, "What Sort of Persons Ought You to Highlight of the two days was a public talk delivered Sunday by the Witnesses' overseer, Donald Bevan. In his address Mr. Bevan raised the following questions: Will continued inflation destroy your security? Will food supplies run out? Will dangers to your health and safety grow? Can the nations prevent the outbreak of terrifying wars? He proceeded to show that the Bible has much to say about the future, not mere human guesses, but accurate information. The things that the near future holds included: recovered health, satisfying work, sufficient food and also freedom to serve God. In his conclusion, persons newly associated with the Witnesses were encouraged to consider the things that they must do to enjoy the good things that the future holds. Although Jehovah's Witnesses do not predict a set date for the establishment of God's new system, Mr. Bevan emphasized that the near future will bring these beneficial changes. Living Bible popular The best-selling book of the 1973 was not a sex book. It was not a diet book. It was a Bible: The Living Bible to be exact. Although sales records indicate the book buying public bought millions of diet and sex books, the Living Bible was again the No. 1 hardback best seller Dr. Atkins' diet book and The Joy of Sex ran a poor second and third place. This is the second year running that The Living Bible has soared into the rarified number one best seller slot. Bible college appointment TORONTO Dr. Kenneth B. Birch, a 31 year old Victoria. B C born educator and church leader has been named president of Central Pentecostal College. Saskatoon, which offers a graduate program conferring the Master of Divinity degree. The college is sponsored by the Saskatchewan district and the Manitoba and Northeastern Ontario district of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada. Housing worries clergy EDMONTON (CP) Substandard housing is a major problem for clergymen in the north. Rt. Rev. John Sperry of Frobisher Bay N.W.T., Anglican Bishop of the Arctic, said this week. Bishop Sperry. here to prepare for a campaign to encourage Anglicans to contribute toward improving the lot of northern ministers, said conditions under which clergymen live "have a lot to do with whether can stay there." Inadequate salary in some regions and lack of an allowance to transport his family to southern Canada for a break also are problems, he said in an interview. Bishop Sperry, consecrated as Bishop of the Arctic in March, said the Anglican church is conducting a special appeal Nov. 17 for most of which will go for northern work. Lutherans help fund hospital WINNIPEG (CP) A Lutheran congregation at Camrose has guaranteed S15.000 to go toward the expansion of a mission hospital at Garaou Boulai in the West African nation of Cameroun The funds, together with an equal contribution from the Canadian International Development Agency, will help finance construrtion of an extension to the hospital's maternity wing and out-patient wards. JOZSEFMINDSZENTY Cardinal sees self 6a sacrifice' NEW YORK (AP) Jozsef Cardinal Mindszenty of Hun- ga.ry sees himself a sacrifice to U.S.-Soviet detente, caught in the middle between former tormentors and former ben- efactors, an obstacle to be bulldozed from the path of "peaceful coexistence." Now 82, the prince of the Roman Catholic Church, once celebrated in the Western world as a monument of re- sistance to the Communists, bitterly tells his story from what he calls "complete and absolute exile." The former primate of Hun- gary in his newly published Memoirs (Macmillan Publish- ing Co. Inc., New York) tells how former president Richard Nixon's attitude convinced him he had become an unwel- come guest after 15 years in asylum in the U.S. Embassy in Budapest "because I stood in the way of the policy of de- tente." After 25 years of stubborn battle with the Communists, the cardinal is obviously bit- ter as well at the Vatican, which he says forced his "vol- untary" abdication of his archepiscopal see at Eszter- gom. The bitterness with Wash- ington and the Holy See alike comes through strongly at the end of what is a hair-raising account of persecution and torture at the hands of the Soviet directed Hungarian Communists, from the time they began a systematic takeover of the country during the Russian military occupa- tion that followed the Second World War. Most of the book is a vivid description of what happened to him from the day in De- cember, 1948, when he was arrested as a plotter against the state, stripped of his priestly cassock and dressed by the jeering Communist of- ficials in a multicolored clown's outfit. The cardinal's description of how the dominant political element of a nation was brought to its knees and smashed makes terrifying reading, but even more ter- rifying is the account of how he was systematically and cruelly beaten and subjected to mental and physical tor- ture Only the death of Stalin in 1953 and subsequent de- Stalinization brought a meas- ure of relief from the torment of a dreadful and solitary prison life Maya Indian visit supports Bible work A descendant of the ancient Maya tribe of Central America will visit Southern Alberta Nov. 19 promoting Bi- ble translation programs of the Lutheran church. Reginaldo Tipol, a Pocomchi tribesman from San Cristobal, Guatemala, will accompany missionary Ted Engel to a 7 p.m. banquet meeting in Erickson's Restaurant. Mr. Tipol is language infor- mant helping the Engel family learn the difficult Pocomchi dialect. Mr. Engel, an East German refugee, is married to a former Saskatchewan farm girl, Gloria Nostbakken. The couple lives with their four sons on a small two acre farm in north central Guatemala. Trained in horticulture, Mr. Engel became interested in Central American life through an archeological pursuit. Following Bible and language study in Canada and the United States, he and his wife undertook missionary preparation at the Wycliffe Bible Translators' jungle camp near the Mexico Guatemala border. 'Gambling brightens dull life' LONDON Gambling is exciting and it would be wrong to stop it, says Anglican Church Bishop John Hapgood. Dr. Hapgood, bishop of Durham and a former scientist, says that gambling might give "those whose lives are very dull, and whose prospects are dim, something to dream about It would be wrong, and socially dangerous, to try to remove this "source of ex- he says in a diocesan letter. EXPERT DIES LONDON (Reuter) Dr. Ernest Muir, one of the world's greatest authorities on leprosy, has died at his London home at the age of 84. it was announced Saturday. Dr. Muir, a former secretary of the International Leprosy Association, has written a number of books on the dis- ease. He spent 30 years in In- dia as a medical missionary and research worker. NAMED BISHOP CAIRO (Reuter) The first Egyptian to be Anglican bishop of Egypt was consecrated in All Saints Cathedral here Friday. Ishaq Musaad, 63. was formerly archdeacon of Egypt and vicar of the Anglican parish in the Cairo suburb of Heliopolis. Marriage ministers perform vows anywhere 'in good taste' TORONTO the 'inh major requirement of the 1-Ao participants nn matter 31 their rHiginn nr of ini-t'-rv havr imhihtv .arid their to some of the best kept secrets in this province, skeletons in ily closets. They have married couples whn had been living together for ostensibly married as far as their children and friends were concerned, when a long-awaited divorce was fi- nallv achieved 'Sometimes it's a race agdinsl death." said Mr Les- lie remember one tragic the groom was me of He married the woman he had been living with for m a ccrrmonv that look place in his hospital room Inter-faith marriages are nmmon And .Nholgun weddings'' We never Mr Andrasv Marriage Services was m spired ru treatment Mr Leslie Vtberi he de ided 10 gf't married a second Being divorced myself I know what people have to go through." he said. "A lot of ministers, friends of mine, said they would prefer not to marry a divorced person Fi- nally. I found one who was willing to conduct a quiet wedding at home A product of the Alberta Bi- ble College. Mr. Leslie had spent five vears in the Niag- ara region as a social worker with problem teen-age boys when he left in 1971 to start Marriage Services full-time into wed- dngs was playing a long Nhot he But within a vear Mr Les- lie -A.TS confident enough to register sole proprietorship of Marriage Services, begin ad- in Toronto, Hamilton and St f'athannes. .and found himcelf conducting manv as ]fl weddings on a weofcend Three months ago. Mr him if he needed help now the% spli! the bookings If all goes well, we Nonv dav have another two ministers joining said Mr Born and educated in Ham- ilton. Mr Andrasy was or- dained in the United Church in After sen-ing in Blind River and North Bay and acting as chaplain at Toronto General Hospital, he worked full-time in a Clarkson pastorate for two years until last spring "I resigned because I need- ed a change." he said. "For some time 1 had been thinking of starting an organization like Marriage Services Then 1 heard of Ernest Leslie, called him and we made an agreeable arrangement About SO per cent of the r-ouplrs they marry prefer a simple civil" ceremony. which can be expanded to m- dude vows of individual choice The exact location of three sites used by Marriage Ser- vices for weddings are never advertised All bookings are made at a Malton phone number by Mr. Leslie's mother-in-law, who acts as srrrrtarv The public has been invited to attend the complimentary banquet at which an offering will be received toward Bible translation. Additional infor- mation and reservations may be obtained by contacting Alice Hahn, 327-3708 or 328- 7748. CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 42511th SI. 8. J.R. CHAPMAN. Minister MR D MAISEY, Organist "DIAL AN ANSWER" 327-4774 Family Service 10.00 a.rn (Worship service (or adults S S. Classes for Children) EVERYBODY WELCOME TEDENGEL DEDICATE GIDEON BIBLES at a continuing memorial Phone 327-5322 or 327-2735 PLACED IN HOTELS, SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, PRISONS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 1203-4U1 AVE. S. SUNDAY 8.15 CJOC The TRUTH That HEALS" 930 School 11 Service "ADAM AND FALLEN MAN" Wednesday. 7.30 p m Meeting READING ROOM Open Noon 2-00 p m Tues Thurs Sat BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS 633-7th Street South Sunday Service Lecture Wednesday Class Subject for Sunday p.m. "ABIDING PEACE, WHEN SHALL IT Speaker: MR. W. PICKFORD Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church 15 Avenue 29 Street South Pastor: Rev. Henry Unrau Phone 329-3542 10.00 a.m School for all ages 11-00 a "OBSTACLES TO VICTORIOUS CHRISTIAN LIVING" Vistitation Sunday So NO EVENING SERVICE TO-NIGHT Monday. 7 30 p Peoples Tuesday. 8-9 p m Bible Study Wednesday 7 00 p rn Girls and Boys Brigade "A Church where Christ is loved and oeople are appreciated" CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Cor. 5th Ave. and 13th St. S. SALVATION HEALINGS MIRACLES Pastor: REV. T W. ROYCROFT School 11-15 a m Service p m Service WORLDWIDE CHURCH OF GOD (Affiliated with Ambassador College) SATURDAY, NOVEMBER to p.m. LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE LARGE LECTURE THEATRE 5th Ave. ft 18th St. South Minister: CECIL MARANVILLE, Ph. 345-4705 (Collect) Listen to GARNER TED ARMSTRONG ON CFCN RADIO and TELEVISION BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH (North Bapliit General Conference) 329 19th Street North Patlor REV. H. POSCHWATTA Phone 328-2045 9 45 a m School (German and English Classes) 11 00 am Worship Service 7 00 p m Gospel Service Cordial Invitation to our DEEPER LIFE MEETINGS November 12-17. 7 30 p m with DR H J WALTERIET. Pastor o! Bethany Baptist Church Vancouver B C THE SECOND COMING OF CHRIST First 3 nights in German last 3 nights in English CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Everyone Welcome FIRST. SECOND and SEVENTH WARDS: 1912-10th Avenue South THIRD and FOURTH WARDS 28th Street South and Scenic Drive FIFTH and SIXTH WARDS 2223-6th Avenue 'A' North STUDENT BRANCH 28tr; Street South PLEASE PHONE 328-8305 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Cfi FILM My Son, My Son" A true life story of the son of writer Bernard Palmer. Come and Fellowship with us. Bring a Friend. Sunday Evening p.m. I" 10th 2316-17 Street Coaldale Sponsored by ihc Mennomte Men's Club ;