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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 12

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A12-Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, December 11, 1976 ST. MARY'S ORTHODOX (Antiochian Patriachate) 1317 Florida Mango Rd. Just North of Forest Hill Blvd. U.N. Unit Acts Against Terrorism ENGLISH DIVIDE LITIRGY, 10:30 A.J Services in the English language Rev. Father Nicholas Neyman The treaty-writing panel is expected to begin work next August. The resolution asks the committee to present its report and to make every effort to submit a draft treaty in time for consideration at the assembly's 32nd session in 1977. RELIGIOUS SCIENCE LAKE WORTH, FLORIDA Rev. William Wightman "REDEMPTION" in the emotional deadlock that has stalled anti-terrorism measures in the past. Hijacking and other extremist actions have been on the assembly's agenda every year since Israeli athletes were massacred at the 1972 Olympics in Munich. But Arab and other Third World countries haVe been reluctant to condemn actions used by Palestinian and other liberation movements. Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim said yesterday, "Terrorism has spread and it has more and more the character of criminal terrorism, and therefore there is much more readiness to cooperate in this Sunday 11 AM, Carpenter's Hall, 611 Lucerne Avenue FOR INFO ON CLASS i SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:45 4 ACTIVITIES CALL: 585-3552 I AT 122 NO. 'M' ST. many, the main proponent of the proposed treaty, and Libya. The Libyans dropped their demand the treaty apply only to "innocent" hostages. The United States and other western nations objected on the grounds that the word might be used to exclude Jews or white South Africans from treaty protection. In return, the West Germans aBd their 37 co-sponsors agreed to delete a provision saying the taking of hostages should be condemned, prohibited and punished and that those involved should be prosecuted or extradited for prosecution. But they said the deletion from the mandate given the treaty-writing panel would not compromise the final product. Agreement was sealed Thursday when more than 100 members of the Group of 77, the most powerful bloc of developing countries in the United Nations, gave their endorsement. The Soviet Union and other Communist countries followed suit. The resolution represents a break mm UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) -Third World and western nations joined forces in a rare display of unity yesterday to approve, at the committee level, a plan for an international treaty against the taking of hostages. A resolution sponsored by West Germany and 37 other nations ' was adopted by consensus in the legal committee of the General Assembly. Subsequent passage by the full assembly is largely a formality because all 146 member nations sit on the committee. The resolution calls for establishing a 35-nation panel to draft a treaty committing governments to prevent the taking of hostages and to punish those who take them. The treaty, not expected before the end of 1978, would be the first U.N. -sponsored anti-terrorism measure seeking jurisdiction over the entire world's population. A West German diplomat hailed the decision as the "finest example of what the United Nations can achieve. Many nations discarded petty interests to rally behind this sensible compromise for peace." The agreement followed a compromise between West Ger ChUPCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 301 So. Olive Ave. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. BIBLE LECTURE 9:30 A.M. DR. AMY FAUST WORSHIP 10:30 A.M. "WHAT'S IN A BOOK?" NURSERY PROVIDED Dr. Harold Faust Minister THE SPIRITUALIST CHURCH OF DIVINE LIFE 205 No. "A" St., Lake Worth Lecture, Healing & Message Service at 7:00 P.M. Rev. Vivienne Rae Phone eoo.S39S or 964-2437 (DiscinesoFCunsc) r BETHANY CHRISTIAN 4100 Forest Hill Blvd. Sunday School, 9:30 Worship, 10:45 FIRST CHRISTIAN, L.W. 301 N. 'J' Lake Worth Sunday School, 9:30 Worship, 10:45 FIRST CHRISTIAN, W.P.B. 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LANE, PASTOR (located Military Trail and 12th St., across from Gooney golf.) 0 J" EPISCOPAL CHURCH K N 600 South Flagler Drive 0 8 West Palm Beach X X SERVICES 0 jJfcOO, 9:00 & 11:00 A.M. J PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH $ th AVE., SO. AND SUNSET - LAKE WORTH I (. IIV im DOWNING w V CHUKH SIHOOl 30 M HOIKING "0I1BIF M 00 AM K f vihihg hoiskip loo wd nuu siinu in m R.l.!XI.l.!JI.'JLJX!J.!JAIAIAIAI.VIIJ.l,!,IJa.!JJX!JJ.IJX!CT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 231 No. Federal Hwy. LAKE WORTH WALTER DUFF REED, MINISTER 9:30 A.M. - CHURCH SCHOOL, 11:00 A.M. WORSHIP "THE SPIRIT-FILLED LIFE" 11:00 A.M. Broadcast over WPBR-1 340AM FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH 601 HIBISCUS ST. WEST PALM BEACH A CHURCH FOR THINKING PEOPLE i i nv hijii'i: jt i i it- CHAPEL OF ETERNAL LIFE 645 S. Military Tr. Ph. 683-6449 WE WELCOME YOU TO WORSHIP WITH US Sunday Service 7:00 P.M. Spiritual Messages IleAtaVbsYlMMeMIWr I ILJ IT!' "THE SENSIBLE MAN'S VIEW OF RELIGION" By DR. WALDEMAR ARGOW SUNDAY, DEC. 12 AT 11 A.M. "THE GOD WHOM WE WORSHIP" Rev. James T. Stout, Posof Steven Gibbons Youth Director WORSHIP 8:30, 9:30 AND 11:00 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOl 9:30 A.M. Adult Bible Studies & Youth Groups (all ages) 7:00 p.m. - Nursery Provided - NEWLY FORMED!! COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WORSHIP WITH US YWCA CENTRAL OFFICE CORNER OKEECHOBEE & S. OLIVE 9:00 . . . STUDY 10:00 . . . COFFEE 10:30 . . . WORSHIP PASTOR, WILLIAM O. LEETCH, JR. NURSERY fix Lgl WESTSIDE V37 CHURCH OF GOD WftCOMK YOU TO HEAR PASTOR CARL GOLD SUNDAY 10:00 AM THROUGH THE BIBLE STUDY 11:00 AM 4 6:30 PM DOUBLE PORTION SERVICES TUESDAY WELCOME TO FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 1415 NORTH "K" STREET, LAKE WORTH 9:30 AM CHURCH SCHOOL 9:30 & 11:00 AM CHURCH SERVICE "COME BEFORE WINTER" o.4rf 12 N SOCIAL HOUR 7:30 P.M. CHRISTMAS CONCERT RUTH RUCGlff AKtRS, PMNO SOiOST Dl JOSEPH Q MATNE MINISTER REV. SPENCER W AUNGST ASSOC MINISTER c in ice ii or c m; im 4801 S. Dixie, W.P.B. We are striving to follow the New Testament pattern in all things. WORSHIP: 10:30 A.M. & 6:30 P.M. Sunday BIBLE STUDY: 9:30 A.M. Sunday & 7:30 P.M. Wednesday For information call: 683-2551 or 686-2382 7:30 PM DEEPER EXPERIENCE SERVICES AftA 5074 LISTEN TO THE "SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS OF THE AIR" SUNDAY 10:30-11:00 AM "LIVE" FROM THE SANCTUARY ON WLIZ, 1380 ON YOUR RADIO DIAL 5419 SOUTHERN BLVD. W. PALM BEACH, FLA.-1 MILE WEST OF MILITARY TRAIL Come and Uorsliii) in llic Spirit MAIIANATIIA TKMPLU Th Exiting New Testament Church II I. I1IIIIN HI I (Mil DOWNTOWN LAKE WORTH Federal Highwy - 1st Avenue South PHONE 585-1786 11:00 A.M. - Morning Worship 9:30 A.M. - Church School NURSERY PROVIDED FOR ALL SERVICES DETHESDA CHOIR GARY WAYNE BUHL PASTOR KEN WHITE PROGRAM DIRECTOR CHRISTMAS CONCERT! PASTOR WAYNE LEE Sunday Adult Bible Study 9:45 AM "Restoring The Image of God in You and His Church" SPECIAL SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES 11:00 A.M. "Sermon on the Mount" 6:00 P.M. "PRAISING" i H Ma SUNDAY NIGHT Pvl iWmImi THE EPISCOPAL(ANGLICAN) CHURCH WELCOMES YOU II I DECEMBER 12 AT 8:00 P.M. SCHEIDT, KREBS, MATHIAS, BRAHMS, PINKHAM LANTANA Guardian Angels Sundavs-7:30 & 10:00 am Cardinal In. and Hypoluxo Rd. RIVIERA BEACH - St. George's .ft WEDNESDAY PRAISE SERVICE 7:30 PM YOUTH SERVICES 7:30 PM TUNE IN "THE VOICE OF NEW LIFE" RADIO MINISTRY, WLIZ Daily 8:15 A.M. BETHESDA CHOIR AND BRASS ENSEMBLE Sundays-8:00 & 10:00 am, 6:00 pm 21 West 22nd St. LAKE WORTH Holy Redeemer Sundays 8:00 & 9:30 am Kirk Rd. (1 block No. of Lake Worth Rd.) 0 ST. DAVID'S, WELLINGTON i Sunday 7:30, 9:15, 11 AM (Also serving Loxahatchee & LAKE WORTH - St. Andrew's Royal Palm Beach) 1230 Block 2575 LONE PINE RD - PALM BEACH GARDENS ft THE CHURCH OF BETHESDA-BY-THE-SEA, PALM BEACH No. Palmway & Lucerne Ave. Island Rd. Sun. 11:00 am Catholic Faith Apostolic Order Evangelical Zeal " K . St . 1 M M- S LAKE WORTH EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH RIVIERA BEACH Ave. "S" Church of Christ 1020 Ave. S Bibla Study M Morning Wouhip II 00 A M t.enlng Werlhip o 00 P M I u.i ft Fri 8 00 P M Robert L Curry, rvangelilt Phono 848 7060 North Federal Church of Christ 720 North Federal Highway iliblo Study 10:00 A M Morning Worihip II 00 A M. Evening Worihip 4:30 P M W.dri.ldoy 7:30 P.M. R H. Winoingor. Minuter Phono 565 51164 1901 BARBADOS RD. LAKE CLARK SHORES, FLA. I f j The Answer to j Life's Mysteries 21st Century Archeology and True Science to be discussed PGA BLVD. LAKE WORTH Tenth Avenue Church of Christ 3846 Tenth Avenue North Bible Study 10.00 A M Morning Worihip 1100 A M. Evening Worthip 6:30 P M Wodnoidoy 7: 30 P M Chariot Cochran Evangelist Phono MS-MS7 WUZ lake Worlh 17 4S H SO PALM BEACH GARDENS Northtide Church of Christ 48S7 Northlak Blvd. Bibl. Study 10 00 A M Morning Worihip 1100 A M Oomng Wouhip o 30 P M Wednesday ' 30 PM William S Payno. Evang.lut Phono 622-4010 UKt WODIM confirm the words of the Hebrew (Old) Testament. i Lectures on: ' 1. A Prior, Destroyed Civilization. '2. A very extended Ice Age. HEAR FIVE GOSPEL MINUTES Mon.-Fri. 12:45 - 12.50 WLIZ 1380am Thomas B. Warren, Speaker Sponsored by 10th Ave. Church of Christ WE ARE CLOSER THAN YOU THINK 1-95 TIME CHART PGA BLVD. - 16 MIN. 45th ST. - 10 MIN. LANTANA - 6 MIN. B0YNT0N BEACH - 10 MIN. DELRAY BEACH - 15 MIN. BOCA RATON - 22 MIN. WEST PALM BEACH Palm Beach lakes Church of Christ 1111 36th St. Bible Study 9:00 AM Morning Worship 10 00 AM. Evening Worihip 30 P M. Wednesday 7:30 P M. Wm C. Hatcher. Kerry Cain, ft Dean Reynold., Evangelnti Phono 141 11)1 9:00 - 9:15 Sunday WtIZ 1380am Robert Curry, Speaker Sponsored by 'S' Ave. Church of Christ 1 3. Our Present Civilization eventually to be destroyed. 4. A Permanent Civilization on a New Earth. ' 5. The Book of Revelation - so easy to understand with a Pitmoi i knowledge of The Keys. There will be lectures on the above following: OF PALM BEACH COUNTY 71 The 7 ftuiiDfiuce CHURCHES i i ioe m m mf 1. Lectures on the Gospels. AIRPORT O m O O-Z FOREST1 uj o z 2 . ui u. J to I UJ I 1 YOU TO WORSHIP SOLID BIBLE TEACHING PAUL M. HUBBLE, PASTOR A. The Virgin Birth. B. The 62 Days between Palm Sunday and The Day of Pentecost. Lectures on the Day of Pentecost. Lectures on the Gifts of the Spirit. 3S on the Gifts of tr J S o J 9:45 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL MORNING WORSHIP: EVENING SERVICE: Do you want to be in tune with the times? J i J If so, tune in each and every week to LAKE PARK ST. JOHN'S (ICA) 3rd St. & Date Palm Drive Worship 10:00; Church School 9:00 LAKE WORTH OUR SAVIOR (ICMS) 1615 lake Avenue Worship 8:30 & 1 1:00 Church School, Adult Forum, 9:45 IAKE WORTH ST, ANDREWS UCAI South E Street at 10th Avenue Worship 10:30; Church School 9:00 Finnish Worship 9:00 a.m. IANTANA liVING WORD (ICA) 2116 lantana Road Worship 10:30; Church School 9:15 NORTH PAIM IEACH FAITH (ICMS) US Highway 1 at Ebbtide Dr. Worship 8 & 10:45; Church School 9:15 PAIM IEACH GARDENS - NATIVITY (AlC) Holly Dr. at Plant Drive Worship 8 & 10; Church School 9:00 I0CA RATON ADVENT (AlC) 5001 N E. FOURTH AVENUE Worship 9 & 11; Church School 9:15 SUBURBAN WPI IW H01Y CROSS (ICA) 1591 Kirk Rd. (No. ol Forest Hill Blvd.) Worship 8:45 & 11:00; Church School 9:45 Communion 1st Sunday each month TEQUESTA CHRIST THE KING (ICA) 46 Willow Road Worship 8.00 & 10:30 Church School, Adult Forum. 9:00 WEST PAIM BEACH FIRST EVAN. (ICA) 2740 Parker Avenue at Almeria Rd. Worship 8:45 & 11:00, S.S. 10:00 Communion 1st Sunday each month WEST PAIM IEACH REDEEMER (ICMS) 2300 South Dixie Worship 10:00; Church School 8 45 WEST PAIM IEACH REDEMPTION (WIS.) 970 Pike Road Worship 9:30; Church School 10:45 Bible Class 10:45 DEIRAY IEACH TRINITY (ICMS) 400 North Swinton Ave. Worship 8:00 & 10:30 Sunday School & Bible Classes 9:15 V. 1 1 " BOCA RATON WIRK 1290 am (108 fm) SUNDAYS, from 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. DIAL OUR DAILY TELEPHONE MESSAGE 968-4383 IN FELLOWSHIP GARBC

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