Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 23, 1976 · Page 14
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Religious Roundup NEW YORK (AP) — Pupils in Israel's high schools get a "skimpy and unbalanced view" of the history and accom-. plishments of American Jews, a new study finds. It says the gap is due primarily to inadequate material in history texts used in Israel. The two-year study was financed by the American Jewish Committee's Jacob Blaustein Institute for the Advancement of Human Rights and conducted by Reuven Surkis, director of Israel's historical society. The study, based on examination 6f Israeli textbooks and interviews with 212 Israeli teachers, found that the poor information Israeli pupils have about U.S. Jews adversely affect's understanding 9f the U.S. Jewish community by Israeli Jews. CHICAGO (AP) — Twenty million Americans are involved in "fringe religious cults" such as spiritualism, Hare Krishna and Scientology, says a University of Chicago anthropologist. 'Irving Zaretsky, after a 10-year study " of the fringe religious phenomenon, says the number may be larger, since participation often is an "occasional 'one- shot' experience." He says the cults often are effective in getting people off drugs, and helping those who have gotten too far out to fit back "into traditional social pat•'; 'terns. . Lutherans Toning Up' Vocalizing to By GEORGE W. CORNELL AP Religion Writer NEW YORK (AP) - The 16th century Protestant reformer, Martin Luther, said he put the Bible in the people's language so God could speak to them, and also put hymns in the people's language so they could speak to God. That use of the vernacular tongue in Christian worship no longer distinguishes Protestants from Roman Catholics, who began the practice 10 years ago, but Luther's heirs — the Lutherans — still are toning up the vocalizing to God — their songs. The aim is to "enliven our worship," says the Rev. Dr. Robert J. Marshall, president of the Lutheran Church in America, which this week opened its eight-day biennial convention in Boston. The 3.1-million-member de- nomination is the first of three major' Lutheran bodies in this country to take up a proposed new joint worship book and hymnal, drawn up in nine years' work by an inter- Lutheran commission. The goal, projected for completion in 1978, is the first common worship book for all three major branches of Lutherans — nearly 9 million of them. Not all has been harmony in the task, however, even in choosing the songs to include. But the experts have made some concessions to popular tastes in an effort to achieve it. The hymns should be doctrinally sound, observes Dr. Marshall, but he adds, "As someone has said, 'People sing only in the shower and in cfiurch' — so hymns must also be singable." In response to .PITTSBURGH (AP) — Bishops and priests of the Episcopal and Polish Catholic churches are planning a joint Holy Communion service in October to mark the 30th anniversary of the intercommunion concordat between the two denominations. 'WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) — Enrollment in Roman Catholic elementary and secondary schools dropped 47,042 in 1975 to 3,372,701, but the year's decline was less than 1 per cent, as it has been for three years. Officials say the smaller decline .indicates a, leveling off trend in a 10-year drop since 1965, a decade in which enrollment in church elementary and secondary schools fell 2,109,653. The POWER of FAITH By WOOD I ISHMAEL WATERLOO, Ont. (AP) — The American Theological •; Librai-y 1 Association has criticized'j'ine'.',library .of Concordia Seminary in. St. Louis, the main seminary of the Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod, for barring students of a break-away Seminary in Exile, from using the library facilities, although .allowing students of other de- .nominational seminaries to do so. congregational surveys, several popular hymns not originally included have been added, such as "Onward Christian Soldiers," "What A Friend we Have in Jesus" and "Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus." Also added, in response to popular demand, were some 'Work' of Faith Is Sermon Topic The United Presbyterian Church, 7th and Pine, will have its regular worship service at 10 a.m. with nursery and kindergarten classes provided for youngsters. Intern pastor Rim Massey will speak on "The 'work' of Faith." Ron Strong will be worship leader. Hymns this week are "For the Beauty of the Earth," "Open My Eyes, That I May See" and "Come, Labor On." The organist is Mrs. Alma Robinson. Marybeth Gjellstad will sing "My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord." Massey's word to the young will be "Our Presbyterian Heritage." gospel songs' such as "Amazing Grace" and "How Great Thou Art," made popular by Billy Graham's crusades, and some contemporary songs such as "Let us Break Bread Together on Our Knees." However, some widely liked hymns weren't chosen, in- cluding "Rise Up, 0 Men of God." ' It was the only one of the 50 hymns most frequently used by Lutherans not included. Reasons given for ruling it out were its male-dominated sexist language and its theologically incorrect phrases saying the church is Being Grown-up Sermon's Theme The theme of Rev. Marvin Brown's sermon at the Community Church at 11 a.m. this Sunday is "On Being as Grown-Up as We Are." Devotional music will be Promenade from "Pictures Exhibit" by Moussorgsky played by Krista Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Scott. Miriam Ayers will be at the organ. The service will close with the baptism of Julia Lee Estabrook, daughter of Silvia Estabrook and granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs. Marvin D. Brown. Assisting with the sacrament will be Stephen and Pamela Estabrook, brother Vote For Michael (Mike) Merrill, Democrat for Finney County Commissioner • in the August 3 Primary Election FOR OPEN AND RESPONSIVE GOVERNMENT k (Pd. Pol. Ad—Jim Seymour, Treasurer) No. 243. Praise to the Lord Isaiah prophesied that, even though God might find it necessary to chastise and even punish His people, one day there would occur a great union. He predicted that this day would be an occasion for great joy and praise. "And in that day thou shalt say, O Lord, I will praise thee: though thou wast angry with me, thine apger is turned away, and thou comfortedst me. Behold, God is my salvation; I will trust, and not be afraid: for the Lord Jehovah is my strength and my song; he also is become my salvation. Therefore with joy shall ye draw water out of the wells of salvation." (Isaiah 12:1-3) "And in that day shall ye say, Praise the Lord, call upon his name, declare his doings among the people, make mention that his name i<: exalted. Sing unto the Lord; for he hafh done excellent things: this is known in all the earth. Cry out and shout, thou inhabitant of Zion: for great is the.Holy One of Israel in the midst of thee." (Isaiah 12:4-6) Sunday Will Be 'Old Fashioned' This Sunday at First Baptist Church, llth and Jones, will be "Old Fashioned Sunday." Those in attendance are invited to dress old-fashioned for the 10:30 a.m. worship. Those in original and unique • costumes will be recognized. There will also be a display of antiques in Hatcher Hall. At 2:30 p.m., there will be a puppet rally in Hatcher Hall for puppet groups from seven communities as well as Garden City. The 7:30 p.m. worship hour will be "youth night." The First Baptist puppet group, the JAMers, will present a program for the congregation. There will be special music by the youth choir. Sherfy Kemper, a third year student at Oklahoma Baptist University, will present the evening message. Export Program Branded Ripoli and sister of Julia. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McAllister will be honored as special guests. Dr. and Mrs. John Austin will represent the God parents, Judith and Douglas McClymond of Los Alamitos, Calif. Quartet to Sing At Cope/and Church COPELAND — The "Seasoners," a mixed quartet from Southeastern Oklahoma, will perform at 11 a.m. Sunday, July 25, at the Copeland Christian Church. The quartet consists of two missionary couples, Mr. and . Mrs. Phil Doucet and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Harris. They have previously appeared in Plains and will be working at the Ashland Christian Camp, July 25-30. SPECIAL CLEARANCE on MAYTAG DISHWASHERS Here's How m They Voted WASHINGTON (AP) — On the roll call by which' the House completed congressional action Thursday to override President Ford's veto of a public works jobs bill and thereby enact it into law here is how area congressmen were recorded. The vote was 310 to 96. A two-thirds majority is needed to override. A yes vote is a vote to override.: Kansas: Democrat — Keys yes. Republicans — Sebelius no? Shriver no. Skubitz no. Winn no. By JOHN CUNNIFF AP Business Analyst NEW YORK (AP) — In the view of Eugene Lang, who. terms himself an "entrepreneurial idealist," this country's export program is a ripoff by big business, "a massive giveway" of taxpayer's money. The aspect of the program that generates most of Lang's ire is the "DISC" portion, under which U.S. manufacturers can set up a domestic international sales corporation and, in effect, cut in half their t^xes on profits of domestic manufactures sold abroad. Said Lang in a letter to Commerce Secretary Elliot Richardson, "The prime beneficiaries would be exporting just as vigorously without the incentive." Most have assets of at least $100 million; they are by nature exporters. In contrast, he continues, small manufacturers who represent the innovative spirit, find themselves with relatively few opportunities, or federal programs to assist them in selling abroad. They are the ones who need help, he maintains. Lang, an expert in exporting the technology of small manu- facturers, and himself the founder of an international manufacturing) consulting and licensing company with sales of $15 million a year, is beginning to hope again. During the .Richard M. Nixon administration, he said, "it was futile to try to promote small business. Secretary Dent (Commerce Secretary Frederick B. Dent) wasn't interested in what I was saying." Now, with Congress considering changes in the DISC legislation, and with Richardson apparently more receptive to the small business story, Lang believes there is a chance to promote his proposals. Lang believes that while big business exporters have the know-how, the organizational skills, the funds and the easily identifiable products, small- business men are faced with what they see as a hopeless task. .Sister Teresa Orozco PMC 12 Garden Ct^ Telegram Friday, Jily 23,1976 "unequal to it^task" and that the people "rivake it great." The new compilation of 510 hymns retains two-third of the . 315 hymns irij the present hymnbook of 19>8. Evangelist To S^eak At Trinity The Rev. Don Burger will be speaking each night at The Trinity Wesleyan Church, llth and Jones, starting July 28, and ending August 1. He also will be speaking in the Sunday mornirfg service on August 1. ';, Evangelistic services will begin each evening at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Mr. Burger, who was born in Spencer, Iowa, was a member of th<, pastoral staff at Falls Avenue Wesleyan Church, -Waterloo, Iowa, prior to entering the field of Youth Evangelism. He has worked various high schools, colleges, and in churches of various denominations throughout the midwest and along the West, Coast. By invitation he has spoken at Campus Crusade for Christ, Intervarsity, Youth, For Christ, and many church camps, retreats, youth rallies,,; and local churches. :, Sister to Makef Her Final Vowsf Sister Teresa Orozco, a 1976 graduate in nursing education at .Garden City Community College, will make her final 'vows on Aug. l at thi Immaculate Conception Convent in Great Bend. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Paul Orozco o Lamar, Colo. Sister Teresa worked in thi culinary arts for seven year before going to work at St Catherine Hospital here in 1971. , v . After her State Boards 'examination and her fin I profession, Sister plans .ftp begin employment at 'fi Catherine in September. Dr. M. D. Niedens Chiropractic Office ' 811 Main Garden-City Hours 8:30-5:30 Thurs.-Sat.8;30-12 First Assembly of God 'The Church With Your Future At Heart" 702 Campus Drive Schedule of Services SUNDAY School of the Bibl 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:35 a.m. Evening Service 7:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY Bible Study 7:30 p.m. You will enjoy the music and special singing, and be challenged by the Biblical messages. ONLY $349 MAYTAG Scotsman DISHWASHERS the one to buy in the first place • Revolutionary Power Module with exclusive Micro-Mesh'" (liter • Famous Maytag 3 level washing action eliminates pre-rinslng • Unique racking provides unsurpassed capacity • Ample selection of cycles lor any load • Quiet coat lor "whisper" operation SAVE! ^^i: 1VI/\11/V.i ^^^•^•^•••••^^•^^^^^••^^^^^^^^Mi LAUGHLIN ELECTRIC 214 N. Main .... that's why starting TOMORROW 275-7105 Telegram 310 North Seventh 275-7105 Garden City, Kansas

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