Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 17, 1976 · Page 5
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Good Friday Pilgrims Cross Sand Storm JERUSALEM (AP) -- Thou-i Yellowish clouds c[ sane' : sands of Christian pilgrims car-1 Mowing In from ibi desert cast : rlccl heavy crosses through a a |IOW( !crv hazo over the walled S! /X 1 ..ro'ce^n ral f *·» °!* ·"--*"· , s °TM* .- vary, Jewish soldiers with assault rilled watched from Iho roof,, Eops iitul (atroled Uic streets as . ,lhc procession followed the ; Vfay of tlic Cross through ttie ; iKirrow alleyways of Uic Via. Dolorosa. - -Security precautions were tbc '·heaviest in years because of rc- - cent A r a b rioting against Israeli occupation, or EasL Jcrusa- ' 1cm wnd liie adjacent West Bank territory captured from Jordati io the 1DG7 \var. No im- jor disturbance? liave been ' ported Tor two weeks, however. ' and no incidents disrupted the procession. Hie pilgrims held up handkerchiefs lo protect their laces against the stinfi of the sand. The cold, blustery wind .h dust recalled io rislian scholars the climate f the first Good Friday. Thcj itcd the'words ·of Luke: "Ant I)ere was darkness over the i r holc land ... while the sun' .ighl fatted and the veil of tt 'etuple was rent in the miilsi 'hen .Jesus crying in a lou ·oicc said, 'Father, into Th lands 1 commit my spirit."' Israelis since sunset Wedne day hvive linen observing- Passo vcr. tlie week-long Jewish fesl val celebrating the flight of If Led by brown-robed monks · and prelates in crimson an* ,; white, groups at pilgrims sane " hymns and prayed at the I' Stations ol the Cross before en taring the vast vaults of the Church of Ihe Holy Sepulclier - o n iho-traditional site of Cruel lixion. gyplians before the exodus o c Jews. The weather closed two of Is icl's internal airfields, bu en-GurJOJi , InlernaliuiAil Air oi't remained open to the. ma or international airlines. The rought 2.000 more Christian nd Jews this morning. Sixty-five thousand visitor avc jammed hotels in the three weeks, giving a nccdct boost to Israel's tourist i dustry after w three-yea lump. The Queen Elizabeth II, tl vorld's largest '[jassc'iigcr .sin vas bringing hundreds mo or Easier. Israelites from Egypt- Rabbi Lcvi Yitzhak llanmo\ Elx said the Old Testament als told of unseasonal hail, fros and darkness recurring repca cdly before the first Passovc He said the weather omens a peared to be connected with t! 10 plagues visited upon t Adult Center Announces Week's Programs Programs are announced al e Cominunily Adult Center for he week of April 19-21. Mrs. Muriel Kragh and Mrs. ,yda Hancock will present an udience participation program 'II h y m e Without llcnson" londay. Also scheduled arc bowling at 0:3(1 a.m. and squ dancing at 7:30 p.m. The weekly hridge p n r t v ^ sclicdided at 0:30 p.m. Tuesday and Mrs. Anita WhillOck svil present a "Show and Tell p r o g r a m Wednesday with a u d i e n c e parUcinalion. O i l painting class is set for 1 p.m. A canasta parly will he heUI it 6:30 p.m. Thursday; also on :lial day will be ceramic classes ill 3 a.m. to 4 p.m. and bowling at I p.m. Tom Lavender will conduct i program of gospel .singing af 1:30 p.m. ?'riday and ballroom dancing will be held at 7:3' p.m. Saturday^ ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL Cradrs 1-S- 311 Hail Lalatrtfe S L i c d , Fajelleville, Arkans.is, IVIncFiial: Si. Mary Itut'li Wcwfts, OSH S|. -Joieph's Scli'iDl wrlraiuti rJilldrcn at any race, wl'ir tr nerd. Su eliilJ will be diinirnlruled SK;Mn«l P E d . "Come As You Are -- Worship In Your Car" ATTEND THE 20TH ANNUAL EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE 71 DRIVE-IN THEATER Highway 7V N, FayettevMe 6:00 a.m. Sunday Churches of The Lutheran Hour orfhwesl Arkansas TIMES, Saturday, April 17, 1976 '· .5 . Y l i T I K V I U . E , A H K A S S A S . _, «WS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES SEmlNARS \Vllh OR.THURNACEVORK , lduci\.or*ni InlcnuLional SpejV DISCOVIRKOWTO: APRIL 18th THRU APRIL 21st EACH EVENING AT 7:00 C E N T R A L ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Corner Sixth arid South College Faycttcvilte, Arkansas Faith is your haven of refuge in a troubled world MAGU1RE DISTRIBUTING CO. DoyloMaguire NORTHWEST ELECTRIC CO., INC. Delano Cotton and John lindsey MODERN FENCE COMPANY James Keith HECKATHORN CONSTRUCTION CO. Gilford and Don Heckathorn KEY NOTE MUSIC CENTER Eric Wailand and Employees LUMBERJACK BUILDERS SUPPLY Louis E. Kirby, Jr., Manager FIRST NATIONAL BANK Directors-Officers and Personnel LaRUE'S GULF SERVICE STATION Mr. and Sirs. Walter LaRue JACK BURGE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Jaclt Surge and Employees WARDS ICE CREAM COMPANY, INC. Luiher Kemp and Employees SOUTHWEST PRINTING COMPANY H. J. "Jake" Kitchens WAL-MART DISCOUNT CITY Larry Francis and Employees OZARK STEEL COMPANY, INC. ana Employees 9 IINDSAY AND ASSOCIATES REALTORS * Jim Lindsey and Associates MOORE'S CHAPEL Randall Roberts and Morton Carnes PAYETTEVIIU APCO STATION CAR WASH · George, Marvin and Gary Dandy MITCHEU OIL COMPANY Baymond Mitchell and Jim Tucker FAYETTEVULE DRUG COMPANY Charles.Harold and Pearl Clinehens DIUON'S SUPER MARKETS Managrs and Employees HOLIDAY INN GULF SERVICE Clark Jones EVELYN HILLS MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION All Employees WASHINGTON COUNTY FARMERS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. ' Directors and Employees OZARKS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE CORP. Personnel BURGER BROIL DRIVE-IN Don Carr BRENNON-BOYD CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. ' Bryon Eoyd and Employees MINUTE MAN RESTAURANTS Lynn and Fred Hurbon WILSON WELDING SERVICE Billy Joo Wilson OTASCO Gerald Kelly and Employees LEE'S EXXON SERVICE JOE Mundy and Employees SPE DEE MARTS There's One Near You" Hoyt Greenwood and Employees EASON COMPANY, INC. A P. Eason, Jr.' STANDARD REGISTER COMPANY All Employees GOODYEAR SERVICE CENTER Management and Employees NEWL1N REALTY--WEST FORK James Newlin and Associates SCHEIL DRILLING COMPANY Mr. and Mrs. Will J. Schell NELSON FUNERAL HOME Duane B. Nelson and Stalf / r , '*$./, MONTGOMERY WARD COMPANY 5 t^/'\ Management and Employees *y$\ . , · '·" -·' - '?'* ^ \ SHULTZ TAYLOR, INC. REALTORS £ f f ' C Kcilh L. Schlutz -. Since the first Enster, the Cross has remained the one great and enduring symbol of Christianity because it best expresses the meaning of faitlt. Like a preciousjewel.theCrossshineswithmanyfacetsof ^ ' The Cross signifies Ihe hope of faith. It reveals t The Cross signifies the challenge of faith. It reveals God's love for all men which we must share. It is Ihe motivation of Christian action t The Cross signifies the victory of fai h^the pJedgeofGodslovingpurposemsavinglheworld. It is the source of peace. , Copyright 1976 K«*s Icr Amerk:an Sunday Hebrews 12:1-13 Monday Jude 17-25 Tuesday Revelation 2:1-11 Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Psalrns Psalms Psalms Psalms 19-7-14 119:1-16 119:33-48 119:129-144 t FAYETTEV1LLE PLBG. HEATING Bill Kisor and Employees NORWOOD WARD M1LIWORK Howard Norwood and Cliff Ward J. C. PENNEY COMPANY George Tharel and Associates . BRONSON ABSTRACT COMPANY, INC. Personnel ' QUAKER DRUG STORE Floyd Conine FAYETTEVILLE SHEET METAL WORKS Mr. and Mrs Lewis Johnson and ?;mploy«es OZARK BOWLING LANES "Inviles You To Bowl After Church" McCLINTON BROTHERS COMPANY Clark McClinton and Employees FAUBUS PLBG..-HEATING ANTIQUES Mr.- and Mrs. Roy Faubus ARKHOIA SAND GRAVEL COMPANY Management and Employees SWIFT'S JEWELRY STORE, INC. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Swift CITY LUMBER COMPANY Jim Will and Employees TIMBER DE REAL ESTATE Phyllis Enos and Associates WATSON'S SUPER MARKET Jim Watson and Employees COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Management and Employees MEXICAN ORIGINAL PRODUCTS CO. T. W. Spencer and Employees DENNIS HOME FURNISHINGS Mr.and Mrs. Kenneth Dennis Sponsors Of This Be Ever-Mindful ,,, . .s.w.f.wwwww****************-**TM'*^*'''*'TM'TM'"'**'^'-' ............ ........... .-.,. _ _ ,,, A Community, Urge You To Of The Moral And Spiritual Welfare ^^OlT^Comm^^ ^

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