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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETKBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, October 26, Temperance drive bubbles in South By NOEL BUCHANAN Herald Religion Writer Temperance pledges are bubbling to the surface once again amongst former haunts of the great Southern Alberta whisky trade. Former Lacombe resident, Ivy Fretwell landed in Coaldale this summer bring- ing a typewriter and necessary stationary to con- tinue her role as national WCTU recording secretary. Mrs. Fretwell was re elected to the post during a WCTU centennial convention in Ottawa last month. Last week, Hanna district members gathered to hear summer reports about WCTU work among Indians on the Big Horn and Gleichen Reserve. Hanna supporters were reminded during their meeting prayer is No. 1 key to helping fellow human beings drowning sorrows in alcohol. World president Mrs. H. Cecil Heath addressed the Ot- tawa gathering. Other foreign visitors included WCTU representatives from Australia, South Africa and the United States. Cheryl Fosted of Camrose was recipient of the Christian youth of the year award dur- ing the convention. Secretary Mrs. Fretwell ex- plained WCTU sponsors speech competitions, scien- tific temperance instruction in schools and churches, poster and essay contests. "We are carrying on effec- tiv4 work among Indian peo- ple at Big Horn and she claims. "The WCTU superintendent has taken a course in the Stoney language and teaches Bible lessons to Indians by tape recorder." Petitions opposing liquor advertising on radio and television were circulated during the past year in Calgary, Medicine Hat and Hanna, Mrs. Fretwell said. Clothing has been donated to the Hope Mission in Ed- monton and a brief has been submitted to the Clutter Li- quor legislation committee. Mrs. Lavona Broen of Camrose, youth secretary, is another national WCTU of- ficer based in Alberta. Current Alberta membership stands close to 250 members. Mormon subpeona asks black policy SALT LAKE CITY (AP) The president of the Mormon church has been subpoenaed to reveal all church policies and practices concerning blacks, who are denied full participation in the 3.3- millkm-member religion. Lawyers for the National association for the Advance- ment of Colored People (NAACP) subpoenaed Presi- dent Spencer Kimball, 79, leader of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to appear Nov. 14 to give a deposition in a federal court suit against the Boy Scouts of America. The church's ban of blacks from its lay EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th AVWHM and Mayer Magrath Drive Pastor: REV. H. J. JOST Phone 327-6113 Sunday School Hour Service REV. CHESTER LARSON of Trinity Western College will be speaking Evening Service "WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO WALK IN "A CORDIAL INVITATION TO 50 USED BIBLES "King James Version" TO BE GIVEN AWAY! to Anybody Interested WRITE TO: BOX 456 PICTURE BUTTE NOW IN LETHBRIDGE TV Speaker, World Traveller, Lecturer. Illustrated in Color on the Screen. VERNE SNOW Sat, Oct. 26th p.m. Civic Centra TH1 MAST 6SS AND TNI MARK YOU WILL HUD TO BUY OH SILL. Sunday, October p.m. Lectures transfer to CHAPEL OF CHIMES 2606 16th AVWHM South "GOD'S CLOSINO T1M11I Are You Heady? Are Year CMMren fteedyf Monday, October 28th p.m. "WHIN CATHOLICS AND MUT AT TH1 SAMB CONFESSIONAL" Tuesday, October 29th p.nt "WILL BLWAH COMB BBPOM CHRIST MBTUMNST Wednesday, October 30th p.m. -IS JBAN DIXON A TRUB HOW eVMNlf vCkMpJM) wNMKVl int OttWfVT Thursday, October 31st Friday, November p.m. THB DAY THB WORLD BURNS YBARS OP NOTHING" It to Written'TV Free Transportation. Phone 327-1372 FREE ADMISSION! by all faithful, non-black, male members 12 or at the root of an NAACP racial-discrimination lawsuit filed in July against the scouts. The NAACP, along with two 12-year-old black scouts and their guardians, charge the Boy Scouts with dis- criminating against blacks by denying them top leadership positions in Mormon- sponsored troops. The subpoena orders Kim- ball to produce all "writings in your possession or the possession of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints respecting every policy and practice of said church regarding persons of the black race and to permit inspection and copying thereof." Report adopted VATICAN CITY (AP) Roman Catholic bishops from all over the world adopted a "declaration" Friday calling on lay Catholics to join with churchmen in spreading the Gospel and fostering social development. The vote wound up the policy making sessions of the month long synod of 206 bishops representing the church hierarchy. The bishops overwhelming- ly approved a draft of the document Thursday. In the final version its title was changed from "message" to "declaration." Vatican spokesmen said the document's text and the breakdown of the vote would be made public this weekend. The synod concludes today with a speech by Pope Paul. Missionary convention The 1974 Alliance mis- sionary convention begins tomorrow in the Lethbridge Alliance Church, 1202 3rd Avenue S. Rev. Paul R. Ellenberger, an Alliance missionary to Guinea, West Africa since 1954 will address the 11 a.m. service. Home missions will be featured at the p.m. ser- vice with pastor Dennis Philips of Elkford, B.C. Alliance Church and Les Sather of Sparwood, B.C. Alliance Church sharing in the service. Monday at 7 p.m. Mr. Ellenberger will be joined by Barbara Volstad from Chile and Rev. Dudley Bolser of In- donesia. Weeknight meetings are at 7 p.m. Monday through Wednesday. The public are cordially invited to attend any or all of these meetings. PARK BEING REBUILT DIGBY, N.S. (CP) John- ston Christian Park at nearby South Range, used as a summer and fall retreat, is being rebuilt and expanded by volunteers. The project is sponsored by the Maritime Christian Missionary Society and the division of homeland ministries of Ihe Christian Chinch of Indianapolis, Ind. "YE DO ERR, NOT KNOWING THE SCRIPTURES Ignorance o? 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 1714 148) AvMWt SMR) rac pjm. Monitor Herald Religion Terry preaching in Calgary Vancouver evangelist, Dr. Terry Winter, has scheduled a Christian mission in Calgary, Nov. 1-10. Some 70 churches representing a broad cross-section of denominations are involved in the campaign. Several prayer groups and laymen's training classes will precede the evangelists visit. New bishop Dean F. F. Nock was electee! this lican Bishop; of Ont. He succeeds Arch- bishop W. L. Wright who retires after holding the post for 30 years. Dean Nock has served in Ontario parishes of the church. Personal faith necessary NEW DAYTON (HNS) "When we function as a believer, Christ is Rev. Bill Kelly, religious co ordinator for southern Alberta separate schools, said here recently. Speaking to a meeting spon- sored by the New Dayton Catholic Women's League, Father Kelly said, "We will only encounter Canst by hav- ing faith. "Through love and prayer we can tune Christ into our lives. About 65 people from the Roman Catholic, United, Anglican and evangelical faiths heard the priest speak. They came here from Magrath, Raymond and Amish best-seller 6touches nerve9 PHILADELPHIA (AP) A book written by a Philadelphia divinity student has been a best seller in Pennsylvania's Amish country, but for the wrong reasons; jsays the author. Dan Neidermyer, 27, says members of the Amish faith in Ontario and Pennsylvania raised about to buy all available copies of his novel, Jonathan, then burned the books and persuaded his publisher to print no more. "What aggravates me is that I was never even con- sulted about si lid Neider- myer in an intervie w recently. "No one even came to me to say they objected to the book." Jonathan centres on the conflicts of a 19 -'year old Amish youth with church leaders and his1 eventual ousting from the religion.' Neidermyer said his publisher, -Herald Press of Scottdale, Pa., told him arrangements were made with Amish in Ontario and in eastern Pennsylvania to destroy remaining and cease further publication. He said there were no objec- tions until Pathway Publishers of Aybner, Ont, printed a critique saying the book "maligns the Amish by Moon peddlers face deportation its tone, its emphasis, its theme." "I was informed by a group of church elders that the book was 'too Neider- myer said. "It really touched a nerve." The author, a resident of Ephrata, Pa., is currently working towards a doctor of divinity degree at the Episcopal Seminary in West Philadelphia. Education leaders appointed PICTURE BUTTE (Special) Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Robson nave been ap- pointed Christian education councillors to the Picture Butte United Church Sunday school, it was announced at a recent congregational meeting here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Rae. The Sunday school will reopen tentatively Nov. 3 with Audrey Sawa and Valerie Layten teaching. Two more teachers are needed and volunteers are solicited. An additional will be allocated to the Chinook Co operative Parish for 1974. A sign will be erected at the west end of town to advertise times of services. William Timing presided. WASHINGTON (AP) Rev. Sun Myung Moon and his disciples are swooping across the United States with a brand of Christianity embracing politics and peddling. To their dismay, they've swooped straight into the hands of the U.S. immigration and naturalization service, which thinks Moon's Unifica- tion Church may be teaching its young foreign trainees more about peddling than preaching. The immigration service has threatened to deport 61 of the foreign trainees who to leave the U.S. after their visitor's visas expired. About 500 more face similar treatment "I am again and again em- barrassed in front of them that our country in effect is saying, 'We don't want said Neil Salonen, president of the church's U.S. branch. The converts, most of them youthful, are dispatched to peddle peanuts, flowers, candies and other small items door-to-door or from small sidewalk stands. Trainees peddle 'only as pa'rt of a much larger program of evangelism, lee- taring, Bible and other religious study, prayer, workshops and many otlwsr ac- Salonen said. Bat the immigration service sees it differently. "We had received com- plaints, some from local authorities who hi turn had received complaints, especial- ly on the door-to-door said spokesman Verne Jervis. "They are pret- ty aggressive. They don't take a turn-down easily." The trouble began when the church asked the immigration service to allow 582 aliens to remain in the U.S. for at least 26 months as trainees free of the six-month limit on visitor's visas. The agency denied ths pro- ductive employment, both in violation of non-immigrant visitor status and beyond the pale of trainee classification.'" Funeral chapel dedicated FORT MACLEOD (Special) A service of dedication was held recently at the new funeral chapel here. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd. has moved to new enlarged premises. Conducting the service was the Fort Macteod Ministerial Association. Father John Maes led the service with Rev Gordon Haynes in charge of prayers and Rev. Ron Hunt leading the singing. Owner Frank Eden came to Fort Macleod 17 years ago. DEDICATE GIDEON BIBLES 327-5322 or PLACED IN HOTELS. SCHOOLS. HOSPITALS. PRISONS HONPA BUDDHIST CHURCH 1 a m School SUNDAY CJOC The TRUTH That HEMS" 930 Sunday SCbooH Sunday Service -PROBATION AFTER DEATH" 7.30 pjm READING ROOM Open Moon 2'00 p m Twes Thvrs Sat CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST J R CHAPMAN. MR O MA1SEY, Organist "DIAL AN ANSWER" 327-4774 fan ty Service 10'OD {WorsMp service tor aditfts S.S Glasses tor CWWrwfl EVERYBODY WELCOME CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Cor. Stti AM. and 13th SL S. SALVATION HEALINGS MIRACLES PMtor: REV. T W. HOYCHOFT School Service Service THE SALVATION ARMY 1302 -4th AvenueS. Corps Officers MAJORS THELMA M. CORNEY, JOAN M. PIERCE School in Hebrews 'Major Thelma Corney speaking Rally Thursday Bible Study and Prayer Band Concert Saturday, Nov. 2 in the Chapel, p.m. with musicians from Calgary Glenmore. NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH 10-00 a.m.-Sunday School a Service "THE CONQUEST OF REPUTATION" pm Special Missionary Guest, MILDRED RICE, began her Missionary Career in Peking, China. Come and hear her first hand knowl- edge, of Communist Conquest. Missionary with Oriental Missionary Society International. Church in Canada Ava. N. Patter- 0. E. SIPE Everyone is Welcome St. Andrew's PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818-5 South L. 0. HANKINSON B.A. W. VANOER KOOV a.m. and School Sunday Title: "REFORMED OR Nursery and Kindergarten during Church Hour. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 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 Church of the Nazarene 9t45 School Service "WHEN GOD'S PEACE GUARDS THE DOOR" Mrs. Deasley Speaking Youth Service. Showing of the film "JOHNNY LINGO" p.m. Study LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC CHURCHES WEEKEND MASSES 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 AVE S. SATURDAY. p.m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY. 8 a.m.. am., 11 a.m., p.m. Folk Mass a.m. In Parish Han ST. PETER ST. PAUL'S (BYZANTINE RITE) CORNER 7th AVE, and 12lh ST. "B' NORTH SUNDAY a.m. and 11 a.m. ;