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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS 633-rth South Sunday Service Lecture Wednesday Class Subject for Sunday p.m. "THE DEVIL AND SATAN, BOUND FOR 1000 YEARS" Speaker: Mr. Wm. Blacker CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Cor. 5th Ave. and 13th St. S. SALVATION HEALINGS MIRACLES Pallor: REV. T W. ROVCROFT School Service Service THE SALVATION ARMY 1302-4th Avenue South Majors- THELMA M CORNEY, JOAN M PIERCE School IN HEBREWS Major Thelma Corney preaching RALLY NIGHT Prayer and Bible Study, Thursday p.m. 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 am by Rev. Rudy Heidebracht 7.00 p m by Pastor UNRAU on "I DON'T SMOKE. I JUST FLARE UP" Monday. 7 30 p Peoples Tuesday. 8-9 .p.m. Bible Study Wednesday. 7 00 p m Girls and Boys Brigade "A Church where Christ is loved and people are appreciated" WORLDWIDE CHURCH OF GOD (Affiliated with Ambassador College) SATURDAY, NOVEMBER to p.m. LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE LARGE LECTURE THEATRE 5th Ave. 6 18th St. South Minister: CECIL MARANVILLE, Ph. 345-4705 (Collect) Listen to GARNER TED ARMSTRONG ON CFCN RADIO and TELEVISION NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH The Evangelical Church in Canada 1402-8 Ave. N. E. SIPE 10.00 School. 11.00 Service "THE MINISTRY OF ENCOURAGEMENT" 7.00 Evensong. An Ensemble of Religious Music and Song. Instrumentals, Solos. Duets Everyone is Welcome St. Andrew's PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818-5 Avenue South Minitter-REV. L. D. HANKINSON B.A. W. VENDER KOOY School "CHRIST'S ATTITUDE TOWARD SINNERS" Nursery and Kindergarten during Church Hour. 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: 28th Street South PLEASE PHONE 328-8305 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Baptist Chwch Minister: REV. G. KEITH CHURCHILL, B.A., M.OIv. Organist: MRS. MARILYN SINCLAIR Pianist MRS. MAIDA MACK Church School CLAIMS OF THE CHRIST 7.00 p.m FOLLOW ME" Discipleship Groups will meet in homes oi the congregation "YOU ARE INVITED TO WORSHIP WITH US NEW HOPE CENTRE OF LETHBRIDGE 15056th Ave. South Come celebrate with SUNDAY 11 00 am and Ministry of Praise Worship and Challenge WEDNESDAY 7 30 p m on Spiritual Gifts Continues A BIBLE BASED, CHARISMATIC CHURCH Where You are Welcome! COME THOU WITH US AND HE WILL DO THEE 6000 Saturday, November 23, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH (North American Baptist General Conference) 329-19th Street North H POSCHWATTA a.m arid K classes) 11.00 a.m Worship Service Gospel Service Gift for the Pope Pope Paul (centre) wears an Indian headdress he received during a recent visit by members of a Michigan tribe to Italy. The gift audience in the Castel Gandolfo. Gorrea faithful bring autos. water to Argentine shrine VALLECITO, Argentina say there was no Deolinda Correa. But more than one million faithful a year come to her shrine here, bearing everything from a glass of water to the family Ford. She is such big business that cash offerings alone topped last year. One com- pany is making a movie about her and there is a monthly magazine published about her. Deolinda Correa, according to legend, lived with her bus- 6Bad year for food in 1975' TORONTO (CP) An of- ficial of a Toronto-based Christian humanitarian organization says that next year will be the worst famine year in mankind's history and thousands of persons will starve to death. Bill Newell, executive director of World Vision of Canada, made the comment in an interview recently after returning from Bangladesh. He said that famine and dis- ease are sweeping across Bangladesh in the wake of severe flooding. In one refugee camp in Dacca, peo- ple were dying daily of star- vation, cholera and smallpox, he said. Mr. Newell was in Bangla- desh supervising the delivery and distribution of 100.000 pounds of canned baby foods and powdered milk. He said the camp in Dacca was built for 300 persons, but is jammed with 3.700. Half of these, he said, will be dead soon. band and tiny son by the San Juan River in the early 1800s when warlords roamed the desert region at the foot of the Andes. One general impressed her ailing husband into his ranks, and she set off on foot to find him. When muledrivers found her, she had been dead for days. But she was still nurs- ing her son, keeping him alive. Over the years many Ar- gentines have come to believe that in death she has miracle- working power to cure ill- nesses, find husbands, win auto races and solve hopeless problems. Each success re- quires a pilgrimage to offer thanks. Huge crowds flock to the hilltop site where she is said to have died and a small town has grown up around it. The Deceased Correa Foun- dation has warehouses of gifts: stuffed penguins, a plaster cast of a stomach, files of fur coats, a Buddha statue, mountains of bicycles. Bank vaults hold fortunes in gold and jewelry. An average of 15 to 20 cars and trucks, many in good working order, are left each month for her. The goods are administered by a foundation made up of the San Juan provincial tourism director, the parish priest, a government accountant and others. They sell sacks of offered hair to wig factories. Vehicles are restored and sold. About 3.000 bridal dresses are kept and loaned to girls who need them Gifts that don't dete- riorate stay on display. The foundation uses the money to improve the shrine, build schools and hospitals and make charity donations. "The Roman Catholic Church does not officially rec- ognize the Deceased said Rev Ricardo Baez Las- piur. "But it is faced with a reality. People believe in her. and we must channel their be- liefs toward the Church." With donated money he has built a modernistic church here overlooking a car park Scientology books on shelves VANCOUVER (CP> The Vancouver public library will carry books favorable to the Church of Scientology as well as unfavorable publications, library director M. P. Jordan said this week. He was commenting on a surprise offer from the church to drop its request to remove negative publications if the library agreed to carry positive ones on the same shelves. Stamp honors Methodist TORONTO (CP) A postage stamp honoring the late Rev. Samuei Dwight Chown is to be issued May 30. 1975. 10 days before the official observance of the 50th anniversary of The United Church of Canada, the church says In a news release, the church said Mr. Chown was general superintendent of the Methodist Church in 1925. the year it came into the United Church. Mr. Chown was born in Kingston. Ont. in 1853 and died in 1933 He also was an educationist and was the first principal of Ryerson College in Vancouver and a founding member of the Canadian educational council with a sign reading. "This space reserved for cars to be blessed." For Guillerrno Barrena, a retired colonel' who runs the tourism department and heads the foundation, it makes no difference. just concerned with tourism." he said. "This is tourism of faith, like any- other type of tourism, and we exploit it that way." But not everyone here is convinced of the miracles. "I'm not so said one Mendoza resident. "I've seen a lot of cars smashed up with bumper stickers saying. 'The Deceased Correa protects me." Food aid 'failure' church says NOBLETON. Ont (CP) Canada failed to do enough when it pledged at the World Food Conference in Rome to give one million tons of grain a year for the next three years, the executive of the general council of the United Church said this week. Canada should provide fer- tilizer and other materials needed to help developing nations build their agricultural economy, the ex- ecutive said in a news release after a meeting at Cedar Glen near here. The church aims to raise at least S250.000 to help the starving in Bangladesh, the executive said. Members of the congregations will be asked to substitute contributions for some of their spending for Christmas Nobleton is about 15 miles northwest of Toronto. Arrest pursues ark hunter HOLLYWOOD found Mary's home in Turkey some ago and thai attracted thousands of tourists But Turkey wasn't liitrrcsted "You sec. if the Ark is on M1 Ararat, then it contradicts the Koran, which says the Ark is on another mountain "Ararat." he says, "is in a stnct military zone, in East Turkey. 15 miles from the borders of Iran and Russia Police and the Army are ail over Ihe place They require permits to enter the area but they won't issue any per- mits "So we bribed everybody." LaHue says "They found out we were there. chased us and confiscated all our equipment wired his partner for more money The return cable worth 000 was held up for 25 day? LaRue says the average income in Turkey is a year so they couldn't understand a cable He was questioned by the police who thought he was a spy Kinalh he went back up the mountain, telling anybody, and shot his movie But he had to smuggle the film "nit of Turkey "There is still a warrant out ior my arrest." he says "I'm accused ol being in a prohibited military zone without the necessary permit besides smuggling my film out. I had to smuscle myself out. too s ;ys he had to climb down the mountpiT] at night "the scariest thing 3'vc done LaRue believes that the Ark is up He says he has seen bits of timber from it. that there was a time when 'Vre was a thaw and it was MM' "e. lhat the glacier could be melted Miffinently so the Ark could be visible i think. he says, 'that the Ark is so important to history that it's criminal no! to allow scientists to investigate it thoroughly Rut that would require a complete about-face from Turkish officials, he says, and LaRue doubts that will Turkish government he says. corrupt it makes Watergate look nke child play When you can bribe a cabinet r -ler get a secret map you --c st, ous problems LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTA TABERNAI PASTOR M. L. ISRAELSON 520-7th Street South Home of the Sunshine Evangel Hour Listen every Sunday p.m. CJOC 1220 K C 9 45 a m School (Classes for all agest Bus Rides: Phone 328-7461 Worship Message from the Pastor Service Testimony from Ross Sharp o! Victoria, B.C. Hearty invitation is extended to al! tnd a warm welcome awaits you was made at an LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC CHURCHEI WEEKEND MASS ST. PATRICK'S CORNER 4th AVE and 10th ST. S SATURDAY. p m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION SUNDAY, 9 a.m.. 10'30 a m 12 noon ASSUMPTION 2405-12thAVE. S. SATURDAY. 7.30 p m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION! SUNDAY. 8 a.m.. 9'30 a.m.. 11 a.m 4 30 D m Folk Mass 10.45 a m in Parish Haii ST. PETER ST. PAULS (BYZANTINE RITE) CORNER 7th AVE. and 12th ST 'B1 NORTH SUNDAY a.m. and 11 a m THE UNITED OF CANADA A UNION OF PRESBYTERIAN. METHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES Moderator: RIGHT REV. WILBUR K HOWARD President of Conference Dr Nelson R fiercer Chairman of Presbytery: Rev. T. Medicine Hat SOUTHMINSTER 4th Ave. and 11th Street South Ministers: REV. KENNETH W. MORRIS, B.Sc.. B.D. REV. WILLIAM CALOERWOOD. M.A. Director of Music: MR. WILFRED WOOLKOUSE Organist Emeritus: MR. A. K. RUTLAND SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 24 Service Sermon "FREEDOM VERSUS SLAVERY' Rev. Kenneth Morns Anthenr "From The Rising Of The Sun Ouseley Solo: "O Lord Be Merciful' Bartlett Soloist: Mrs. Renate MacMillan Selections by Handbell Choir Church School in all Departments at a.m Nursery available McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southeast Lethbridge from 15th Ave. and 24th St. S. MINISTER REV. BLAKE ANDERSON ASSOCIATE MINISTER MR. WILLIAM THWiNG Choir Director Mr. H. Van Egteren Organist: Mrs. C. Greene SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24 COME" William C Thwing Anthem. Music "Lord Goti in Fcv.s" and Glory' by Haydn fSenior Croir) Anthem. 'O Come. Lei Us Arr by Williams 'Boys Cr'O'O SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 00 a m and intermediate vears'1 a and Primary (to 6 7 00 p m Hi-C {15-17 years) p.m Peoples FIRST UNITED CHURCH Comer o' Sth Avenue Minister. REV KEN JORDAN. 8 A E P OtCRTJ-l Ally-mills V'f pr f SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 24 11 00 3 rp Worship 11 00 am School (All Nurserv Provided V -ii'iEEK CiPCHJS'S Vo- a- f r G I al Erf Ac.'J f -i r SOUTHERN ALBERTA JAPANESE UNITED CHURCH of 9fh Ave. 9th Slrwl Worth REV SEN MURATA. B P SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2- 9 30 an Worship Service 11 00 am Worship Service ar3 Sunday lABfcP 230 p r Japanr oSe'vce ;