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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LiMfMii CfcriitJii nrtimd tfcirtfc Invites you to listen to the Back to Qod Hour every Sunday night ai p.n over CHEC Radio WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO Our social life Is deteriorating. Karl famous psychologist wonders why people have forgotten sin. Only a revival of preaching can bring us renewal. 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 Flirt Baptist Chwdi Rev. G. K. B A M.Div. Director of Mr. D. Barry Waterlow L.T.C.L a.m. Sunday Church School A NEW Dedication and Introduction of the new Hymnal. of using the new Hymnal Special numbers by groups and individuals Refreshments will follow. Everyone Welcome. YOU ARE INVITED TO WORSHIP WITH US THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF METHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES RIGHT REV. N. BRUCE Toronto President of Rev. A. Chairman of Rev. T. Medicine Hat SOUTHNHNSTER S. REV. KENNETH MORRIS MR. WILLIAM CALDERWOOD DIRECTOR OF Wilfred Woolhouse ORGANIST EMERITUS-Mr A K. Rutland Service OF THE Mr. William Calderwood Senior Choir OF THE Hugh Bancroft Junior Choir AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR Sunday School at Available Service in Buchanan Chapel Study. Room No. 1 CHRISTIAN EDUCATION Hi-C Sunday at p.m. p.m. p.m. McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southeast Lethbndge from e. and 24tn St. S MINISTER REV. BLAKE ANDERSON Choir Mr. H. Egtcren MRS. C. GREENE NOVEMBER 25 9-30 of the Bible with Doug Walker Worship TIME TO Rev. Albert Baldeo Speaking Service at Bucnanan Chapei CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 9 30 a.m.-Junior Department and Intermediate Department a.m.-Kindergarten ana o Primary Department 2 and Nursery for tiny tots is available at the service FIRST UNITED CHURCH Conwr of 5th Amniw and 13th North MINISTER- REV KEN JORDAN B.A. B.D Director of Music MRS DOROTHY GLOCK RMT NOVEMBER 25 Worship DO WE School Nursery for babies and tiny tots at Southminster Group MIDWEEK GROUPS at p.m. at p.m. at p.m. at p.m. at p.m. DISCUSSION at a.m. CHINOOK CO-OP0WT1VE PARISH REV. ALBERT BALDEO COALDALE REV JAMES RUXTON CARDSTON W. M.A. Southminster Barons Nobleford Picture Butte Iron MORNING WORSHIP PICTURE BUTTE a.m. IRON SPRINGS a.m. CARDSTON a.m BARONS a.m. RAYMOND a.m. COALDALE a.m. a.m MAGRATH a.m. M 1IW LITHMtOat HERALD -11 Recital Barry Waterlow at the organ keyboard in First Baptist Leth- bridge. A tune at noon Finding your nerves Irazzl- ed on a Maybe a tune at noon will help you conclude the working week Barry Waterlow. the recent- ly appointed organist and choirmaster at First Baptist Church. Lelhbridge. has com- menced a series of weekly noon recitals Friday. Mr Waterlow presented a concert ol Cana- dian organ compositions Works by Toronto composers Anthony Dawson and Sir Krnest MacMillan. London. Ont.. musician Barne Cabena and University ol Alberta music proiessor Dr. Violet Archer were perlormed. Mr. Waterlow says similar programs will be perlormed each Friday until Dec. 14 com- mencing at 11 45 a.m The public is invited to bring their lunch with should they so desire. Admission is free. Awarded first place and the Royal Canadian College ol Organists award in the senior organ class of the Victoria music festival last year. Mr Waterlow has served several music positions with churches in the Victoria area. A student of Ian Galliford and Charles Palmer in Vic- toria. Mr. Waterlow holds the licentiate of Trinity College Music in organ Polish Vatican visitor may open Soviet doors VATICAN CITY The visit to the Vatican by Poland's foreign minister may help to open the door to the papacy's first diplomatic representative in the Soviet bloc. in Warsaw would like to achieve formal relations with the said Foreign Minister Stefan Olszowski after his 50-minule talk Monday with Pope Paul. think one can openly say that this visit lias an historic It was the first time that a member of Warsaw's Commu- nist government had come to Ihe Vatican. No country in Eastern Europe has a papal not even an apostolic the representative popes send to states that have no diplomatic relations with the Holy See. Soviet President Nikolai Podgorny visited Pope Paul in and Soviet and Vatican officials have been meeting periodically since then. But the Soviets have made clear they do not intend to extend this to liberalizing their religious policies at home. It could be different with Poland. CLAIM RECOGNIZED A thaw in church-state rela- tions has developed and in June of last year Pope Paul formally recognized as Polish the German territories Poland annexed after the Se- cond World War. Last June Olszowski announced at the United Nations that his government wanted to es- tablish diplomatic relations with the Holy See. Warsaw has a major stake m relations HIKE DOWN STAIRS EARNS PULPIT PRAISE TORONTO A 90-year-old member of a United Church of Canada congregation received special mention Sunday just for being present. Eva Boadway got to the church on time despite an early-morning fire that put all four elevators oat of service in her 17-storey apartment. She walked down 16 flights of and Rev. Andrew Myles announced her feat to the congregation. young things would use any excuse to stay said Mrs. Boadway. can't see any sense in getting excited. I play it cool that's the word that's what I Fresh storms plague Confucian stability By DONALD HARMON Christian Science Monitor Taiwan More than years after his the Chinese philsopher Confucius is at the center of a new controversy. Recent lengthy articles in Communist Chinese publications have bitterly at- tacked Confucius as a lackey of the feudal ruling class of his day and as a murderer whose LAKEVIEW MENNONITE BRETHERN CHURCH 15 Ave. 29 St. So. Phone 327-5854 PASTOfl HIV. HENHY UNHAU MOM SM4M1 MM. THE LORD IS LOVED AND PEOPLE ARE a.m. Sunday School SECOND GP.ACE ARE YE Positive Bible Teaching Concerning Modern Day Charismatic WEDNESDAY girls and boys Brigade YOUNG PEOPLE BIBLE p.m. BIBLE STUDY and PRAYER dispatch of a political 'rival was covered up by sym- pathetic historians. On where Confucius is still revered as the teacher for ten thousand the guide to all mankind's af- the Nationalist Chinese have sought to rebut the accusations. all patent said a government officer. may not have been a saint he was human enough to appreciate a pretty woman but he was certainly no murderer. And he welcom- ed students from every stratum of society. Every school in Taiwan still displays his should be no class distinction in Many analysts have looked on the recent flurry of diatribes aainst Confucius in offical Communist Chinese YEXJ SAID YOU LOVE BUnrVHENITDLDYOU GOTAWDONE INSTEAD IKNOff YOU SAID DONT I HAVE A BIGHT TO MY INTERPRETATION YOU DIDN'T SAY NOT------------- AND COLOR AS GOOD AS WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE THE DIFFERENCE L SIMP. Presented by The Churcn OTChrist CHURCH OF CHRIST tilt I. Donald R. Evangelist Bible Study 10 11 am. and 6 p.m. 7 30 p m MI-M72 or I2I-OMI EVERYONE WELCOME publications as esoteric com- mentary on current mainland power struggles. One article even drew an explicit if ob- scure comparison between Confucius and Lin the former heir apparent to Chairman Mao Tse-tung. The basic Communist an- tipathy to is of Jong standing. The main reason is that Con- which came to characterize Chinese culture for more than two thousand sets down standards of ethical conduct designed to pave over discord and create harmony by stabilizing social relations The philosopher stressed devotion to and teachers. He preached respect for those in whom he believed could in turn be educated to be just and benevolent to their subjects. But the who emphasize maintain that the Confucian tenets were designed to keep the masses subservient and ig- norant of their real plight. The party considered it necessary to supplant many of the old values to carry out their 'revolutionary to create a Strong family loyalties and the of deference to the well- educated were regarded as impediments. with the papacy. Despite decades of rule by atheist Marxists. Polish citizens have clung to the Pope and the authority of their bishops. The church claims allegiance of more than 90 per cent of Polarl's 34 million people. Good relations with the Vatican would enhance the government's image before the Catholic population. It might even mute some of the criticism from the Polish led by fiery Stefan Cardinal who often uses the pulpit to blast Com- munist policies. Vicar wants pubs open extra hour England The new vicar's arrival in this Essex community was more than usually popular. Rev. Peter Elers suggested the town's six pubs should stay open an extra role of the local pub as a centre of community life is second only to that of the Licensing hours were duly extended. Pentecostal family moves Members of the Claresholm Pentecostal Assembly recent- ly said farewell to Mr. and Mrs Don Nelson. During the past three years Mr Nelson has served the congregation as a member of the church board and as secretary-treasurer. Mr. Nelson was pianist for the congregation. Formerly a member of the Willow Creek Composite High. School leaching staff in Claresholm. Mr. Nelson has been transferred to Nanton N. School 11M CON- QUMTOf LETHBMNE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE PASTOR M. L. 520 7th Street South r 1fcSS pjn. CJOC 1tM K.C. Sunday School with classes for all ages Morning Worship GREAT POWER OF CHRISTIAN Family Night Special Feature for the Children Prayer and Bible Study Young People's Service A HEARTY INVITATION is EXTENDED. TO ALL AND A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU. Coilhvrst Pemwostil Assembly Itov. 3M-3133 Sunday School Morning Service Evening Service HEARTY WELCOME AWAITS YOU LUTHERAN CHURCHES CHMST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 41S 12th StrMt South-Phone 327-0709 HAROLD MAHTIN School Worship Hour Mission Program UtiMnn Church of the Good Shepherd 11th AvtrHM 24th StTMt South Phone 328-3445 Office 328-1518 Home School Service GATHERING OF LOVE ____________EVERYONE WELCOME___________ IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Conwr Mh AVMIIM and South MlnbMr W.k F. ftchoapp- PhOM 327-4336 32I4M7 School and Bible Classes Service with Holy Communion Listen to the Lutheran Hour Sunday 7-30 a m CFAC Calgary a a THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA SAINT AUGUSTINE'S mue and REVEREND L. FRANK B A S T B Rector REVEREND DEREK L. Th.. Curate DENNIS A. Mus. T.C L A R.C.O. Organist and Choirmaster a.m.-Holy Communion a.m.-Holy Communion Morning Senior Choir MIDWEEK SERVICES Nov. Holy Communion Nov. St. Andrew's a.m. Holy Communion All departments of Church School _ MID-WEEK SERVICES ST. MART THE VIKuIN The Reverend Canon Robert W. B A Lth NEXT BEFORE ADVENT Matins Eucharist Church School Nursery in Parish Hall Sung Eucharist EVensong MIDWEEK SERVICES Eucharist St. Andrew Eucharist Preparation for Communion LETHBRIDGE ALLIANCE CHURCH 1202 3 An So FarViily Sunday School Chinese Services HOLY SPIRIT IN THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS LETHBRIDGE STAKE QUARTERLY CONFERENCE General a.m. Sunday Nov. 25 ELDER DAVID B. HAIGHT Assistant to the Coucil of Twelve will be In attendance. EVERYONE Sacrament Services will be held as usual. ;