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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta -THE LITHMIDQI HERALD Saturday, October NORBRID6E COMMUNITY CHURCH Thai' AIM. N. Partor-0. t. 10 00 a m School 11 00 THANKSGIVING SERVICE Fred and Muriel Fleck as 700 SERVICE Fred and Muriel Fleck Everyone is Welcome LAKEVIEW MENNONITE BRETHREN CHURCH ISttl Ave. ft 29th SL South Henry 329-3542 School for all ages MESSAGE by Rev. Calvin Buhler of British Columbia Sharing and the LORD'S SUPPER Mon., 7.30 Peoples Tues., 8 to 9 Study: Subject "Demons Today" Wed., Girls Boys Brigade "A Church where the LORD is loved and people are appreciated." CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF UTTER DAY SAINTS Everyone Welcome FIRST, SECOND and SEVENTH WARDS: 1912-1 Oth Avenue South THIRD and FOURTH WARDS 28th Street South and Scenic Drive FIFTH and SIXTH WARDS 2223-6th Avenue 'A1 North STUDENT BRANCH. 28th Street South PLEASE PHONE 328-8305 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION THANKSGIVING WEEK SPECIAL MBETIHQS CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Comer 13th Street and 5th Avenue South GUEST SPEAKER: DON MORRISON, Texas Prophetic Ministry and Teaching pjn. p m. and p.m. p.m. GUEST SPEAKER: BOB TERRELL, Texas Teaching Ministry Wednesday to p.m. I South I Phone School Service (four age levels) "THE COMMITTED WAY" Pastor Larry Service Sharing through Songs Testimonies and the spoken WORD p.m. Study "THE WAY OF LOVE" LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC CHURCHES WEEKEND MASSES ST. PATRICK'S CORNER 4th AVE and 10th ST. S. SATURDAY, p m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY. 9 a.m., a.m., 12 noon ASSUMPTION 2405-12th AVE S. SATURDAY, 7-30 p.m (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY, 8 a.m., 9.30 a.m., 11 a.m., p.m. Folk Mass 10.45 am. in Parish Hall ST. PETER ST. PAUL'S (BYZANTINE RITE) CORNER 7th AVE and 12th ST. "B' NORTH SUNDAY a.m. and 11 a.m St. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Avenue South L. O. HANKINSON B.A. W. VAHOEH KOOY a.m. and School Title: "EXPRESSING THANKS" Nursery and Kindergarten during Church Hour. Missionary 'agent9 refuted BRASILIA (Reuter) The United States Embassy has denied that a former Methodist missionary, reported to have been tortured by Brazilian security police, was an agent of the Central Intelligence Agency The Journal Do Brasil news- paper said Sunday that Fred- erick Morris, 40, who has worked as a part-time corre- spondent for Time and News- week magazines and for The Associated Press news agen- cy, had confessed that he had been entrusted by the CIA with infiltrating Brazilian sub- versive organizations. Morris was arrested by military security police in the northeastern city of Recife last week on suspicion of sub- version and has complained that he was repeatedly tor- tured. A U.S. embassy spokesman denied Monday "that Morris had anything to do with any agency of the U.S. govern- The embassy protested to the Brazilian government Fri- day over the reported torture to which Morris was subject' and over an earlier refusal to allow him consular access in violation of the international agreements. When the U.S. consul in Re-, cife was finally granted access last Thursday, Morris told him electrodes had been attached to various parts of his body and he had been sub- jected to electric shocks. bishops more outspoken VATICAN CITY (Reuter) Third World bishops attending the world synod here have be- come increasingly outspoken about the difficulties they face because of the Roman Catholic Church's image as a colonial imposition. Several speakers have warned that the church in Af- rica and Asia win not be able to spread until it is allowed to adopt to local conditions and cultures. Herald- Religion Mennonite appointments Two Southern Alberta residents were among recipients of Canadian Mennonite Bible College scholarships announced recently in Winnipeg. Charlotte Klasaen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Klassen of Lethbridge and Henry Bergen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bergen of Coaldale were district awards. The college, which specializes in religious' studies and music, this year has an enrolment of 132 full-time and 35 part- time students. The school is operated by the Conference of Men- nonites in Canada. Nazarene pastors to meet Pastors and their wives from Southern Alberta are schedul- ed to participate in the annual preachers' conference of the Canada Pacific and Canada West districts of-the Church of the Nazarene, Oct. 15-17. The conference will be held at the Associated Gospel Church, Banff, Alberta. Most of the 63 Nazarene churches in these two districts will be represented. Leading the two districts are superintendents Rev. Alexander Ardrey, Calgary and Rev. Daniel J. Derksen, Burnaby, B.C., Speakers include Dr. Eugene Stowe and Frances Vine. The conference will combine the spiritual values of a retreat with necessary organizational planning. Relief for Honduras The Salvation Army is stepping up its relief efforts in flood ravaged Honduras. According to Commissioner Arnold Brown, The Army is preparing two relief teams for immediate despatch to the Tocoa region on the Aguan river, the area hardest hit by hurricane Fifi. Change in tactics Rev. Nick Marro, pastor of St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Sarnia, Ont, gives some tips to young football hopefuls and the boys listen to every word. In 1959, the priest was a Baltimore Colt linebacker earning a year. Report from Lausanne 'Mashed potatoes need bigger pan9 Church of the Nazarene The warnings have lighted the potential conflict many observers expect to arise when the 200 cardinals. patriarchs and bishops at the fourth world synod try to draw up their final recommen-, dations to Pope Paul While representatives of the "young churches" have ap- pealed for greater flexibility, other delegates, particularly from Australia and New Zea- land, have spoken in favor of increased guidance from die Holy See on such questions as ecumenism and liturgical re- form. By NOEL BUCHANAN Herald Religion Writer World Christian leaders have "enlarged their frying pans" since attending the International Congress on World Evangelization in Lausanne, Switzerland July 16-25, according to a Southern Alberta delegate. "Everyone went to Lausanne with their own little frying Rev. Alberta Baldep said Sunday yaHng in First Baptist Church, Lethbridge. "The Nazarenes and the Baptists and the and the United Church delegates all had their own little thing. My frying pan Adventists commence prophetic lectures By NOEL BUCHANAN Herald Writer Backsliders beware! Another religious organization is promoting God's cause in Southern Alberta without clear identification. Lethbridge householders this week received in their mailbox a printed folder an- nouncing five weeks of Bible prophecy lectures relating to .the New Testament book of Revelation. Verne Snow, associated with the Faith for Today television broadcast, is listed as lecturer. The folder also pictures Ron Johnson, co or- dinator. While not clearly identifying itself as a program of the sect, several dues on the folder suggest the meetings are sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Mr. Johnson is pastor of the Lethbridge SDA Church, sometimes ittfeuud to as in the folder as the Chapel of Chimes "I take exception to anyone who feels the meetings aren't "YE DO ERR, NOT KNOWING THE SCRIPTURES" Matthew 2221 Ignorance of God's Word usually means ignorance of Christ. (John Ignorance of Christ means the wrath of Almighty God. (John Bring your Bible to an old-fashioned Bible study. INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH pjn. Monday clearly Mr. Johnson said in a telephone interview. "The radio and television programs are quite widely known and always clearly identify themselves." Mr. Johnson said the leaflet was printed in Ontario and he did not see the copy until after it was delivered. It is unfor- tunate, he said, if anyone feels there should have been a more definite Seventh day Adven- tist identification on the leaflet "There is a big picture of George Vandeman printed on the Mr. Johnson said. "South of the border he is just about as well known as Billy Graham." Mr. Johnson identified speaker Mr. Snow as a Cana- dian SDA Union evangelist and associate of Mr. Vandeman. Topics for the five weeks of meetings include lectures on the Jesus people movement; bow clergy have made the world unsafe to live in; prophets Jeane Dixon and Joseph Smith; the charismatic movement and an examination of possible Catholic Protestant church union. Meetings commence this evening at 7: IS p.m. in Gym 2 at the Civic Sports Centre. Lectures are illustrated with color slides. A nursery service and free transportation is available by phoning 327-1372. has been enlarged since attending Lausanne." Bedecked in a tropical white suit and wearing a red clergyman's shirt beneath his reversed collar, Mr. Baldeo il- lustrated his report with an assortment of color slides. Flashing the backside of evangelist Billy Graham onto the screen, Mr. Baldeo said he was impressed by the humili- ty of name theologians attending the congress. Several Christian leaders assisted delegates with tickets and baggage, he noted. "It was a privilege" to meet people you had only heard People like Larry Christiansen, author of The Christian Family; Come Ten Boom who helped Jews in Holland during the Second World War; Dr. Oswald J. Hoffman, Lutheran broad- caster, and Dr. James Kennedy of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, Fla." Mr. Baldeo explained the congress program incor- porated workshops on a varie- ty of evangelism methods. The focus of Lausanne was how to most effectively mobilize resources of evangelical churches and agencies around the world. An earlier session in Berlin in 1966 examined the theology of Christian world missions. "No United Nations, no League of Nations, no conferences and no Kissinger can bring people together like the Holy Spirit did in Mr. Baldeo claimed. "Christians are like potatoes planted far apart There are Anglican potatoes, United Church potatoes, Bap- tist potatoes, all planted apart from one another. Sometimes Jesus helps dark days Helpful spiritual ex- periences during moments of personal darkness and trauma highlight interviews with three women in a film screen- ing Sunday in Lethbridge. Sounds of Love, featuring interviews with Dale Evans, wife of screen star cowboy Roy Rogers; Conic Ten Boom, Dutch author, and Maria Von Trapp, folk singer, win be shown at pjn. in Lethbridge Alliance Chorea. we get together like french fries with every little chip still the same. God wants mashed Mr. Baldeo declared. Describing himself as a missionary from Trinidad to Canada, Mr. Baldeo told his audience Christian outreach must begin for them in Lethbridge. "Lausanne told us to start where he concluded. "In the infested jungles of suburbia, the Christian begins at home. Let us now fight the panthers of prejudice, the lions of laziness; the tigers of tyranny, the elephants of ex- ploitation, the serpents of .selfishness, the octopus of the occult, the mosquitos of mutilated marriage, the vam- pires of violence, the apes of apathy and the dragons of dis- crimination." DEDICATE GIDEONBIBLES MOM 927.5322 or 3Z7473S PLACES m HOTELS; SCHOOLS, PRISONS WDWttST CHURCH 1OOO am School SUNDAY BIS TIM TRUTH That HEALS" 930 Scftool 1100-Sundar Sendee -ARE SIN. DISEASE DEATH Wednesday. 730 p Matting READING BOOM Open Noon 200 Tues, Thurs- Sat Oct 14 MII. CHURCH OF CHMST MR 0 MAISEY. "DIAL AN ANSWER" 327-4774 Famfljr SanAoa 10300 am fw tttfto tor OMtfran) EVERYBODY WELCOME BEREAN CHRJSTADELPHIANS Sunday Service Lecture Wednesday Class Subject for Sunday p.m. "BIBLE PROPHECIES OF MAN AND THE EARTH" Speaker: Mr. Wm. Blacker A HEARTY WELCOME AWAITS YOU_________' WORLDWIDE CHURCH OF GOD (Affiliated with Ambassador College) SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 to p.m. LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE LARQELECTURE THEATRE 5th Ave. ft ISdi SL South Mlnmer: CECIL MARANVILLE, Ph. 34S-470S (Collect) Listen to GARNER TED ARMSTRONG ON CFCN RADIO and TELEVISION LETHBRIDGE ALLIANCE CHURCH 1202 p.m. CHINESE AilANCE J. CHUAlla OCT. 27 "THANKSfiMNGSUNDAr Sunday School Morning Service Film Depicting the Heal CorrieTen Boom Date Evans Rogers Maria Von Trapp An Yov Thankful? Start a list sometime of all you can be grateful for. and you'll be amazed at how many reasons you have to give thanks. At our Thanksgiving Service, you'll hear many people tell the things they're grateful for... healings, needs supplied, human relationships restored and most important a greater understanding of God. You'll also hear a Bible lesson on Thanksgiving. Won't you come? You'll leave feeling more grateful than ever. 14 1203 4lh Avenue South LnMHNEPISTOMLIISTlTUTE S SESSION MAMIAGE SOMAR w wawwwwn wffMlHIWVn Fit To Be Tied? SEXUALITY AND FAKHLY PLAINING WHERE? Education Centre 534 18th Si S. WHEN? First Session on communication in Marriage begins Sunday, Oct 20th at 2 p.m. continuing into evening. Other sessions win be of shorter duration on the following con- secutive Sundays. You will find it Interesting- Informative Involving. WHO? For couples planning to be married and those already mar- ried. Coupto ;