Baha'i observe World Religion Day with talk by Marshall Fulkerson at home of C. D. Schneider
j the the Ogden .Baha'is to Note 'World Religion Day Ogden Baha'is will join Ba-,gram, is to point out that ha'i communities in over 3,000 cities of Ihe United States on Sunday in an observance of World Religion Day. The purpose of the observance, according to Marshall Fulkerson, Fulkerson, who will speak on the pro- WARD TO HEAR 3107 Haw-!' A/IFM OF The S o u t h e r n Pacific "Men of Song" will present a "sermon in song" Sunday Sunday at 6 p.m., in the LDS 67th Ward C h a p e l , 1550 Rushton. Under the direction of Owen E, Rouse, L. Ralph Hayball will speak and Melvin Melvin Smith and Charlene Van Wagenen Smith will be the gram. Joann Hunt will be fiie accompanist. ligion has always been a of unity and that world religion is the source of world unity. TEACH EQUALITY During 1971, Baha'is are focusing attention across the nation on a fundamental teaching of the Baha'i faiith, "the equality of men and women." Mr. Fulkerson explained that Baha'is believe "women should enjoy equal rights, privileges, education, and opportunities men, and that when women's views and wills are allowed adequate expression, we may expect great advancement in matters as health, peace, and regard for the value of human life." The observance will be held the C. D. Schneider home, 24th at 7 p.m. Mr. Fulkerson will speak on "World Religion-Basis for i Equality." A slide presentation will be included on the pro- gram. The public is cordially '-- I Irt.Tt4-..J i I invited.