purpose of family life in Quebec by yaofenjin


									                                                                          OF THE WORLDWIDE CHURCH OF GOD
VOL. IX, NO. 11                                                                      PASADENA, CALIFORNIA                                                                              J UNE 15, 1981

HWA expounds meaning of life
at Sabbath services in three cities'
   PASADENA - Pastor General             building there Sabbath afternoon to         showed us how to tie theentire Bible
Herbert W. Armst rong spoke to           hear Mr. Armstrong speak on the             together t hrough that first act [of
brethren assembled in Lake of the        meaning of life.                            Adam}."
Ozarks, Mo., Pasadena and Stock-                                                        Following the sermon, Mr. Arm-
ton, CaJif., in an eight-day period                Powerful address                  strong addressed 70 ministers and
beginning May 30.                          '," It was' a real spiritual uplift to    wives for nearly an hour before
  ft was an "inspiring and joyful        see and hear him," M r. Kissee said.        ret urning to Pasadena. "He was
day" May 30 when the pastor gener-       "The brethren gave him a standing           very warm and exhortative to us,"
a) visited Lake of the Ozarks,           ovation as he entered. Many had             Mr. Kisseesaid. "He spelled outthe
according to Jim Kissee, pastor of       driven several hours for the oppor-         minister's job and used some light-
the church there.                        tunity to hear him ."                       hearted jokes to illustrate his princi-
   "Everyone was surprised a nd             Mr . Armstrong focused on what           ples."
delighted to learn of Mr. Arm-           would have happened had Adam                   In addition to his staff, Mr. Arm-
strong's planned visit," reported        taken of the t ree of li fe, according to   strong was accompanied on t he
Mr. Kissee. Nearly 3,400 brethren        Mr. Kissee. "He gaye us much to             Work's G-II jet by his wife
from 27 ch urches in 13 states gath-     think about," M r. Kissee stated.           Ramona, executive assistant Robert
ered in the Church-owned Festival        "He was in really good form - he            Fahey, and evangelists Raymond
                                                                                     McNair, Dean Blackwell, Ellis             PENTECOST TRIP - Pa8torGenerai Herbert W. Armstrong is g reeted by
                                                                                     LaRavia and their wives.                  Sacramento, Calif., pastor Joellillengreen moments after th e Work's G;II

Storms strike Colorado;                                                                        Pentecost sermon
                                                                                        On Pentecost, Mr. Armstrong
                                                                                                                               jetlended at the Stockton, Calif., airport. Mr. Armstrong later addressed
                                                                                                                               more than 2,500 brethren assembled for Pentecost services in Stockto n.
                                                                                                                               [Photo by Don London]
                                                                                     traveled to Stockton to preach the

nnennhersescapeinjury                                                                afternoon sermon . More than 2,700
                                                                                     bret hren assembled in the Stockton
                                                                                     Memorial A uditorium to hear the
                                                                                                                                  " He s howed how God is offering
                                                                                                                               us what He offered Adam," Mr.
                                                                                                                               Horner said. " It was powerful spi ri-
                                                                                                                                                                        churches ... He said that humans are
                                                                                                                                                                        faced with t er rible dilemm as
                                                                                                                                                                        because their problems are spiritual
                                                                                     pastor general speak on the               tual meat." Thi rteen churches were      in nature, and man is cut off from
                                         suffered the worst damage, where            Ch urch 's opportunity fo r life,         represented at the Pentecost ser-        the spiritual solution."
    Gary Pendergraft, author of          the stor m damaged or destroyed             reported pastor Noel E. Hornor.           vice, he added.                             The pastor general addressed a
 the following article, is a local       almost 200 homes.                              "The anticipation of his visit was        Mr. A rmstrong discussed the key      meeti ng of 35 ministers and wives
 elder in Denver, Colo.                     By noon Thursday, the Denver             very high," said Mr. Hornor. "We          to understanding human behavior,         following the I 'h- hoursermon. "He
                                         Post compi led damage estimates of          had been looking fo rward to it for       according ·to Joel Lilleng reen, pas-    exhorted us to keep our eyes on
      By Gary Pendergraft                more than $9 million for the Thorn-         weeks."                                   tor of the Sacramento, Cal if. ,                 (See HWA, .... 31
   DENVER, Colo. - A series of           ton area" alone. Colorado's Gov.
tornadoes st ruck this area between 2    Richard Lamm mobi.li zed 169
and 3 p.m. Wednesday, June 3. Fif-       National Guardsmen to prevent
ty funnel clouds were sighted a nd
nir.\:.o1" to ~Gt n udocs touched down
in Denver and its suburbs, accord-
                                         l<X'ting in the area .
                                             D e nver membe rs Elmer cl nd
                                         Renada Heilbrun live with in a few
                                                                                     Evangelist explaIns prophecy,
ing to Denver's Rocky Mountain           hundred feet of the tornado's path
  Six Chu rch families live in the
                                         th rough Thornton. Mrs. Heilbrun
                                         watched from t he back window of
                                         their home as the sky turned black.
                                                                                     purpose of family life in Quebec
                                            ". went t9 the safest room J could
                                         think of - the utility room - and              MONTREAL, Que. -            Happi-     featuring Mr. Herbert Armstrong          cam paign, 504 people attended, 125
                                         knelt down and prayed for protec-           ness and order will be brought to the     and Le Monde a Venir [French             of whom attended for t he first time,
                                         tion ," Mrs. Heilbrun said. After the       earth , evangelist Dibar Apartian         World Tomorrow) broadcast twice          he said. '" spoke a great deal about
                                         storm passed she noticed no damage          announced at a public appearance          weekly," as CFMB- radio in Mon-          the Fl=ench-Canadian family. Fami-
                                         was done to thei r home. Other ,            campaign here May 30 and 31.              treal broadcasts both in French and      ly life in Quebec is rapidly breaking
                                         homes within one or two blocks were            " We had large crowds both             English. The last Mont real. cam-        down - despite the fact that the
                                         completely destroyed, she said .            times," he reported . "We now have        paign was in 1974.                       province is largely Catholic. They
                                             Forty people were taken to              a daily World Tomorrow program               On t he fi rst night of the latest    were shocked to hear that 300,000
                                         T hornton's Valley View Hospital.                                                                                              homosexuals live in Mont real, and
                                         Most were treated for ·cuts and                                                                                                that one out of every three mar-
                                         bruises, but seven were admitted for                                                                                           riages fails. , t
                                         more serious injuries.                                                                                                            Mr. Apartian also compared the
                                            The onl y property damage suf-                                                                                              human fam il y and God's divine
                                         fered by a member was one bedroom                                                                                              Family, adding that "the ultimate
                                         window broken at- the Fort Lupton                                                                                              purpose of human life is to enter the
                                         home of members Dave and Jenny                                                                                                 Family ofGnd."
                                         Cameron. A tornado had been on                                                                                                    The evangelist noted that interest
                                         t he grou nd for 30 minutes in Fort                                                                                            was strong following the two- hour
                                         Lupton, a community of 42,000, 20                                                                                              tal k, as dozens of people asked ques-
                                         miles northeast of Denver. The                                                                                                 tions for more than three hours
                                         fo rce of the storm broke the glass in                                                                                         afterwards.
                                         the bedroom window of the Came-
                                         ron's 17-month-old daughter Anas-                                                                                                      Preaching tbe Gospel
                                         tasia.                                                                                                                            The next day brought beauti ful
WATCHFUL EYE -          A Colorado
                                             Mrs. Cameron had Laken their                                                                                               weather - much to Mr. Apartian's
National Guardsman patrols the
                                          two children to her husband's office                                                                                          disappointment! "The French-
Denver, Colo., area following a
                                          in Northglenn, so the house was                                                                                               Can adi an peo pl e are outdoors
siege of storms and tornadoes
                                          empty when the storm struck .                                                                                                 people when t he weather's nice," he
June 3. The a rea s uffered several
million dollars in damages . [Photo                                                                                                                                     said. Mr. Apartian had hoped for
                                                     School skipped                                                                                                     less than perfect weather to encour-
by Joe Milich]
                                             Ann Cady. 14-year-old daughter                                                                                             age moreattend"nce. However. 150
areas hit hardest by the storm but no    of Denver member Joan Cady ,                                                                                                   new people attended the afternoon
injuries were reported. Flash flood s    watched the storm from the window                                                                                              campaign , with a total of 410 pres-
and hailstor ms added to the weat her    of Meritt Hutto n Junior High                                                                                                  en t.
problems.                                School in Thornton. "We saw it [the                                                                                               Mr . Apartian spoke on the future
   A rare combinat io n of warm          tornado] touch the ground in the                                                                                               ofQuebcc." 1 ta lked about the prob-
moist air from the G ul f of Mex ico     fie ld right next to the school , and                                                                                          lems faced between English and
and the fast-mov ing cold front from     then it went over us. We could look                                                                                            French-speaking people t here, th e
the northwest produced the worst         right up into the funrrel," she said.                                                                                          promises of science for a supermod-
tornado activity in Denver's history,        Windows were broken and roof-                                                                                              ern world. What will it be like in the
according to the National Weathe r       ings were dest royed in one of the                                                                                             year 2001 in Quebec? Wi ll we have
Serv ice here.                           buildings of the apartment complex           PREACHING THE GOSPEL - Evange list Dibar Apartian (above, left)                   robots, computers? Wi ll we have a
                                         where M rs. Cady and her four                answers question s fo llowing a May 31 public appearance campaign in              superculture of advanced hum an
     National Guard mobilized            daughters live.                              Montrea l, Que. Th e eva ngeli st fielded questio ns for more than three          be in gs? No. I told them we would
   The northern suburb of Thornton               {See STORMS, page '"                 ho urs.                                                                                ISee EVANGELIST, page 31
2                                                                                           The WORLDWIDE NEWS                                                                                Monday, June 15, 1981
                                                                                                                                                                                        raid an "election stunt. tt)

Jews defuse Mideast nuclear race, for now                                                                                                                                                           Siher lining
                                                                                                                                                                                           The raid might force radical and
                                                                                                                                                                                        moderate Arab states to close ranks.
    PASADENA -        It was a darihg            Neither it noraSoviet · built reac-         denunciations, Prime Minister Be-         iousl), in isolation within the Arab             But any such "solidarity" will prob-
operation, one for whieh the Jewish          tor in the same area was destroyed.              gin replied: "We are not afraid of       world. The raid came only three                  ably be temporary. The fact is, there
nation is famous -    and feared. On         One wonders if the first bomb would             any reactio!ls in the world. I say that   days after hissummit talks with Mr.              are probably some in the Arab world
Pentecost, Sunday, June 7, Israeli           have been named "Dagon" or "Mo-                  with complete openness."                 Begin, talks which the Israeli prime             who privately applaud Israel 's
jets demolished a $260 million, 70·          lech.")                                             The Soviet Union, of course,          minister had asked for. Radical                  destruction of Iraq's capability of
megawatt nuclear reactor on the                  The Israeli government ex-                   implicated Washington in the oper·       Arabs will certainly claim that Mr.              producing nuclear weapons.
outskirts of Baghdad. Iraq. The               plained its position on the raid as            ation. But, as one Americanjokester       Sadat knew what was coming.                         Backed with its nuclear might.
pilots of the American-made F-16s            follows: "For a long time, we have              commented: "We know the U.S.                 Lastly, Israel will find herself              Iraq was out to become the "big
and F-15s, flying unmolested                 followed with grave concern the                  was n't involved , because the raid      more estranged than ever from the                boy" in the Arab world. The ambi~
through Jordanian and Saudi Ara-             construction of the Osirak nuclear               was a success."                          nations of Western Europe. The                   tions of Iraqi President Hussein
bian airspace to their target 600            reactor. Sources of unquestioned                    While Iraq, bogged down in its        Osirak project was being built by                were far from appreciated by fellow
miles away. disguised themselves as          reliability told us that it was                 war with Iran. is not expected to         the French and the Italians, whose               Arab leaders.
Jordanian airmen, speaking in                intended, despite statements to the             retaliate, there wi ll certainly be       leaders naturally denounced the                     Syria and Iraq, for example, have
fluent Arabic.                               contrary, for the production of                 widespread ramifications to the
   As a result of the three-hour             atomic bombs.                                   raid.            .
"preemptive strike," Iraq's nuclear              "The goaJ for these bombs was                   The attack will further isolate
bomb capacity - which Israeli                Israel. This was explicitly stated by            Israel in the world, if that be possi-
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
claimed was directed against Israel
- was nipped in the bud. The
                                             the Iraqi ruler. After the Iranians
                                             [last September] slightly damaged
                                             the reactor [Iraqi President] Sad-
                                                                                             ble. Islamic states are likely to step
                                                                                              up their pressure to have Israel- to
                                                                                             a large degree a creation of the
French-made plant was due to                 dam Hussein remarked that it was                 United Nations - expelled from                          BY GENt H_ HOGBERG
become operational - or "hot" -              pointless for the Iranians to attack            the world body (where it is already
in possibly three weeks time. It             the reactor because it was being                the No. J polecat).
would have been capable of produc-           built against Israel alone ...                      The raid also severely damages
ing enough plutonium each year to                "Two European governments                .' U.S. cred ibility in the Middle East.     destruction of their work. For a                 been enemies for years because of
build a Nagasaki-tyP!' bomb.                 [France and Italy) were helping the             It certainly sets back the attempt to     while, it appeared that relations                their rival Baath parties. If nothing
                                             Iraqi dictator in return for oil to             negotiate a diplomatic settlement to      between Israel and France would                  else, Syria can now breathe a bit
         'Gods'destroyed                     manufacture nuclear weapons.                    the ongoing Lebanon crisis.               improve, with the possibility of an              easier with Iraq's nuclear program
   The deal to con~truct the Osirak          Once again we call on them to desist                A lso hampered is Washington's        official visit to Israel by France's             knocked out of commission for at
reactor was made in 1975. French             from this terrible and inhuman act.             design to "wean" the Arab world           new president, Francois Mitter-                  least three years.
President Valery Giscard d'Estaing,             "On no account shall we permit               away from Moscow and bring it             rand, the first visit ever by a French              Egypt, long the dominant power
no friend of Israel. pushed for it in        an enemy to develop weapons of                  closer to the West. Arab nations,         h<;ld of state. Though not called off,           in the Arab world with its 42 million
reciprocation for increased access to        mass destruction against the people             including Saudi Arabia, have              the visit looks remote now.                      people, certainly did not want to see
Inqioil.                                     of Israel. We shall defend the citi-            asserted that the real threat to peace       The raid also did little to soothe            Iraq take over that role because of a
   (Interestingly. the name of the           zens of Israel in good time and with            in the Middle East is Israel, not the     Israel's stre.ined relations with West           nuclear capability Egypt does not
flattened reactor was "Osirak" -             all the means at our disposal."                 Soviet U nion, as the United States       Germany. Mr. Begin, angered by a                 yet possess.
probably meaning Osiris reactor or                                                           contends. This assertion seemed           recent tflP to Saudi . Arabia by                    Non-Arab but Moslem Iran, at
Osiris Iraq . It was pan oftheUTam-              Reactioas ..........ificatioas              farfetched at first, but not so much      Chancellor Helmut Schmidt, fired                 war with Iraq, certainly gained
muz" nuclear r~ch complex, 12            ~      Worldwide reaction to the sur-               now, at least from the Arab point of      two verbal salvos at Mr. Schmidt,                encouragement, if nothing else,
miles from the Iraqi capital, which          prise raid was expected: Jerusalem              view.                                     calling him a "Nazi officer" on one              from the raid.
houses an older and smaller reactor          was condemned around the world,                     Egypt's President Anwar Sadat         occasion.                                           The Los Angeles, Calif. , Times
called "Isis," also French-built.            even by the United States. To aIlthe            has been left dangling more precar-          Mr. Begin also said that "the                 editorialized in its June 9, 1981, edi·
                                                                                                                                       wounds which the German people                   tion: "Israel is and will continue tak-
                                                                                                                                       caused the Jewish people will not                ing a lot of international heat for
                                                                                           I'm writing to you to thank you for         heal even in 10 generations." Mr.                what has happened. The irony is that
                                                                                           the piece on us Church members              Begin interspaced his tirades with a             Israel, by its discomfiting action,
                                                                                           and prospective members and the             broadside against former French                  may in the end have made the M id-
                                                                                           two ministers who bring us God's'           President Giscard d'Estaing as                   dIe East a somewhat safer place for
                                                                                           Truth, in the April 20 Worldwide            well.                                            all concerned."
                                                                                           News.                                          Many West Europeans find it
                                                                                               We wrote and are writing every-         hard to see how peace can be                             Daogerous precedent
                                     By Dexter H. F.ul~er                                   one personally who wrote to us. But        advanced in the turbulent Middle                    In a strange way, Israel's bold
                                                                                            would still like to tbank everyonl: for    East as long as Mr. Begin is around.             action served another temporary
                                                                                            their support,ive letters.                 They originally had high hopes the               purpose. Said The Wall Street
   It's not easy being a Christian.          than usual, but please be pat ient.               I tried to point out to everyone        acerbic prime minister would be                  Journal. tongue·in·cheek: " What-
We weren't promised it would be.             Please don't misunderstand; we                 that with God allowing us His Holy         defeated in Israel's June 30 parlia-             ever else might be said aoout the
"Through much tribulation."                  aren't complaining - the show of               Spirit, this environment isn't any         mentary elections. But Mr. Begin's               Israeli attack on the Osirak nuclear
"strait is the gate, and narrow is the       LOVE is just FANTASTIC!                        different from fighting the impulses       tough talk and tougher actions have              reactor near Baghdad Sunday, we
way." that's what we're promised.                Just onc more thing, there were            of Satan and the pulls of the .Hesh,       put him ahead in the poils over his              now know that there is at least one
Along with God's help to lighten the         two (2) brethren that weren't shown            and world, than any other environ-         rival , the Labor Party 's Shimon                effective antiproliferation policy in
burdens we individually bear.                in the photo, because they are                 ment.                                      Peres. (Mr. Peres called the Iraqi               the world."
   Following are letters from two of         housed in another part of the prison                                                                                                          But at the same time. Israel may
                                                                                               God does for us what He did for
our brethren imprisoned in what is           and were unable to attend the Bible                                                                                                        have set a dangerous precedent.
                                                                                            Joseph during his imprisonment.
said to be the world's largest walled        study. Also, they were in the part of

                                                                                            Unlike Joseph, we did something to                                                          Will India now decide to "SUrgicall y
penitentiary. at Jackson, Mich.              the prison that was hardest hit by                                                                                                         remove" archenemy Pakistan 's
                                                                                            get here, and the Great God still
These two men, after going through           the "riots." So if you would espe-                                                                                                         nuclear reactor facility leading to
                                                                                            mercifully allows us favor in the
one of the nation's worst prison riots       cially remember them in your                                                                                                               another full-scale war on the Indian
                                                                                            eyes of the administration and pris-         TO THE EDITOR
May 22, and after living year arler          prayers. You can contact Me. (Jt-                                                                                                          subcontinent'! New Delhi has only
                                                                                            oners. I'm not saying it's always
year in overcrowded. tension-ridden          rold] Aust in order to find out just                                                                                                        18 months to go before her hated
                                                                                            poaches and cream, but neither is          Miracle baby
conditions, share with us their              where they are housed now. I dOl\'t                                                                                                        neighbor has the bomb.
                                                                                            living with an unconverted mate, or           Please accept my sincere thanks for an
appreciation of their calling.               know if they are still ~re at Jackson          in a country against your beliefs.         inspiring and uplifting article! ,"Severe-
                                             or not. Paul Tipton and Tom Stan-                                                         ly deformed baby healed," WN. May
    James 4:2 comes to mind as I take        ton are their names.
                                                                                            Wherever we' re needful, God pro-
                                                                                            vides.                                     18]. Reading it brought the ~hole expe·             VtlJt 1Iorlbtuibt jltltJ!j
a moment to sit down and share a                 Again, thank you so very much                                                         rience back to life for me and my daugh ·        CIRCUI.ATION 5t.000              ISSN 0 164·3517
                                             Mr. Faulkner. My warmest regards                   Most everyone, through the news        ter. Evelyn asked me to thank you also.
few thoughts with you. Warmest                                                              media, has heard of the riots here.
                                             to' your family. I'm looking forward                                                      She has been quite impressed by all these        The WOrldwIde News IS published biweekly.
greetings, dear sir, to you and your                                                         First I'd like tosay we're fine. We've                                                     except du'ing the Chotch's annual Faa Feshval,
                                             to meeting you in the place of safety,                                                    happenings!
family. It is 2:30p.m. here in "riot"-                                                      all received many concerned letters.           I sincerely pray that God will be able       by the Worldwide Church at God COPYflght
torn Jackson Prison. But thankfully,         or the Millennium for sure.                                                                                                                o 198t Worldwide Chl.Jfch 01 God All rights
                                                 May our Eternal Father con-                We're getting to them as soon as           to use this to help someone else. He is so
we had the wonderful protection of                                                          possible. We're still locked in our         merciful and compassionate to all of us.        resetved.
the TRUE and LIVING Goo!                     stantly sustain you, and guide you,                                                        Patrick is 6 months old today. and crawl·       Editor In ehiel: Herbert W Armslrong
                                             and the staff, as you support His            . cells, but write each other notes
    The main reason for this letter is                                                       periodically. We've gotten much            ing backwards! He is truly a delightful         Meneglng editor: Dexter H. Faul1!.ner
to thank you and your staff for the          apostle, and physical Head of the                                                          baby.                                           Senior editor: Sheila Graham; essoclet.
                                             True Church, Mr. Herbert W.                    studying, etc., and letter writing
article and picture you ran in the                                                                                                         I appreciate you r sincere effort in fac-    editor: Tom Hanson. I.etures .dltor: Nor·
                                              Armstrong.                                     done.                                      tual reporting and the good taste you           man Shoaf. 'ayout editor: Ronald Grove.
April issue of The Worldwide
                                                 It's s1lth a joy to be counted wor-            God kept the lid from blowing           used .                                          ne.s editor: Michael Snyder. ste" .rlters:
News. The response has just been                                                                                                                                                        Ruel Guerrero. Jen Zhorne. "loca' Church
                                              thy, to be chosen, aJlowed to be bap--         off. He gave us a calm that only He                              Carolyn Gemmill
overwhelming, to say the least. And                                                                                                                         Kennewick. Wash .           Ne•• " editor: DelQ(es Schroedet. eompo ....
                                              tized and a member of an Eternal               can give. Things were calmed
even more so after they heard about                                                                                                                                                     tion: Don Palnck. Betty Foglesong. JaOlCe
                                              Fami ly. Oh, how wonderful itis Mr.            because of your and our prayers, not                                                       Roemer , photography: Nathan Faulkner .
the "riot."
    Please sir. if you would convey to        Faulkner! Words just can't express             by any men, and we were protected                          "" "" ""
                                                                                                                                           Although I heard about the miracle           Roland Aees. Scott Sffillh. circulation: Eileen
                                                                                             from within and out, by God, not by                                                        DenniS. production coordinator: Syd Al1eo·
all our wonderful brethren all over           it. And the test and trial of being                                                       baby last Sabbath. May 23. during the            waugh
                                              here in the prison is sort of special; it      our toughness. Don't stop praying,         announcements, I read. with great inter·
the world (and believe me, letters                                                                                                                                                       NOTICE: The WOfkJwrde News cannot be
                                             allows one the time to study, pray              but know you're being heard, and           est, the article in The Worldwide News
have come from all over this earth)                                                                                                     about this miracle baby .
                                                                                                                                                                                         responSIble lor the return 01 unsolicited arflcles
                                             and fast almost at wi ll. It is a bless-        we're all fine.                                                                             and photographs
that our Eternal Father was very                                                                                                           Anyone who doesn't believe that God,
mindful of us here. And thank them            ing that just can't be compared. Not              Riots are due to men giving in to                                                        SUBSCRIPTIONS: SubSCriptIons are sent
                                                                                                                                        Himself. did perform a miracle on thi s          automahcaily to the members 01 the Worldwide
so very much for the concern, love            that we wouldn't like to be out there          an impulse delivered by the prince
                                                                                                                                        baby is way off base. I am an LPN (Ii·           Church 01 God Address aD COfM\UIlICabons 10
shown and the most welcome                    with you al l, but soon now our Elder          of the power of the air. God only can      censed practical nurse) who has worked            The Woridw>deNews. Box 11 I. Pasadena . Cahl
prayers.                                      Brothe r shall be here, and nothing            put down such a thing. So thank you        in the newborn care unit of a prominent          91123 Additional mailing ofllces Box 44. Slation
    Truly if one needed any more              can stop the fellowshipping we shall           all for your prayers.                      hospital in Kansas City, Mo .• and I have        A. VancOUVet. B C . V6C 2M2. Canada . Box III ,
                                              shareasoneGREATBIG HAPPY FAM-                                                             seen babies who were born without a              St Albans. Herls . L2 2£G. England Box 202.
proof of the LIVING GOD. receiving                                                               We're working as usual on being                                                         BurleighHeads. Queensland . 4220. Auslraha Box
these letters from all over the earth         ILY!                                           prepared for Christ's Second Com·          skull .
                                                                                                                                                                                         2603. Mafllla 2801 , Phlhppmes. Box 2709. Auck·
                                                  May God's grace, mercy and                                                               These babics .. normall y.j ust don·t live
has got to be it. Wow! It has been so                                                        ing. and to get the Work out. in the                                                        land 1. New Zealand
                                               peace be with you.                                                                       ve ry long. Th e longest I've known one to
very touching. And I'm sure I speak                                                          ways open to us. Please stay behind        live Iot'as onc month. and that was longer
                                                                                                                                                                                         ADDRESS CHANGES: US cha nges 01
for all the other brethren here when                 Devotedly in Christian love.             Mr. Armstrong in prayer as you                                                             addfess are handled aulomahcally w,th Pla:n
                                                                                                                                        than most of them live. That particular           ; r;;/h Change s 0 1 adOr ess Secona·class pas·
 I say. each and every letter will be                        Charlesmason Ewing               have us. and st ill arc. It works.        b:Jbv had no other deformities either.           tage paId at Pasadena CallI Postma;; t,,1
answered.                                                                                               Your Brothers in Christ.             .                DorOlh\ Ibrd ison          Pleflse sene ForM 3579 to The W Offd ...... dtc"
    It's going \0 take a little longer           Helloto you from Jackson Prison.                                    Dennis Tille}                             Kans~ Cit}. \1 0.         No!ws 50" 111 Pasaaef'a Ca,,1 91 t23
Monday, June 15, 1981                                                         The WORLDWIDE NEWS                                                                                                        3

Brethren to keep Spanish Feast
in hotel on Mediterranean coast
                                        Portuguese brethren. Transfers to      mostly house brethren during this
   The fol/owing aTtic/e was            this Mediterranean site arc wel-      off-season.
 written by Keith Speaks, La            come, although fluency in Spanish         Aquatic s ports enjoyed here
 Pura Verdad (Spanish Plain             is a prerequisite.                     include windsurfing and fishing.
 Truth) promotion director.               The Spanish Festival site stands     Picturesque hills rise beside the
                                        on the sun-drenched Costa de Aza-      hotel, an ideal setting for hiking and
         By Keitb D. Speaks             har (Orange Blossom Coast) ,           nature walks. The tourist town of
   PASADENA - The Hotel                 named for the groves that produce     Cullera, called the "privileged place
Sicania, a four-star hotel nearCulle-   the Valencia orange. The wal m        of the Mediterranean," is minutes
ro. Spain, will be the 1981 Feast of    Mediterranean waters lie a few        away by taxi .
Tabernacles site for Spanish and        steps from the hotel. which will         The Hotel Sicania features a pri-
                                                                              vate sand beach and telephones, air
                                                                              conditioning and bath facilities in
                                                                              each room. Restaurant patrons can
                                                                              enjoy a panoramic ocean view .            SPANISH SITE - Above , Keith Speaks, promotion director for the Span-
                                                                              Other hotel facilities include two        ish Department in Pasadena, stands (third from left)wilh brethren in Spain
                                                                              bars, a parking garage, television        during the Feast ofTabemacles last year. Below, service8 and accommo-
                                                                              lounge, reading room, beach furni-        dation8 will take place at the beachfront Hotel Sicania near Cullera.
                                                                              ture and direct access to the beach.      [Photo by Tom Williams]
                                                                                 The hotel management has prom-
                                                                              ised e~tra effort for brethren. Fine
                                                                              food - including the pension com-
                                                                              p/eta (breakfast , lunch and dinner),
                                                                              good service and an enjoyable atmo-
                                                                              sphere will be provided for brethren
                                                                              at reasonable prices. Meals are in-
                                                                              cluded in the eight -J.ay rates, with
                                                                              lunch and dinner consisting of two
                                                                              courses and dessert or buffet. Hotel
                                                                              fare includes fresh fish, locally
                                                                              grown fruits and vegetables and
                                                                              Spanish wines.
                                                                                 Eight·day rates are: single occu-
                                                                              pancy, $280; double occupancy,
                                                                              $230 a person; triple occupancy,
ON TRACK - Pastor General Herbert W. Armstrong received this plaque           5223 a person; double occupancy
from the northern California churches in Stockton, Calif .. June 6. The       with extra bed for child, S211 a per-
award thanks Mr. Armstrong for seHing the Church back on track.               son; and two-room suite for four
                                                                                      (500 SPANtSH, _        41

HWA                                     Monroe and Alexandria, La., com-
                                        bined services; Mr. McNair, Provi-
                                        dence, R.I., and Boston, Mass.,
     (Continued from ~ "
Jesus Christ - the Head of this
C hurch," stated Mr. Lillengrecn.
    Mr. Armstrong was accompanied
                                        combined morning services; Bangor
                                        and Portland, Maine, C,o ncord,
                                        N.H., Albany, N.Y ., Montpelier,
                                        VI., and Springfield, Mass., com-
                                                                              Rinks rolling; God gets credit
to Stockton by Mr. Fahey. evange-       bined afternoon servi ces.               WA U KESHA , Wis. - If you             makes promises in return for obe-             E leven m o nths la te r , M r. Laur-
lists Leroy N eff, Joseph T1cach and                                          operated a skating rink, enforced         dience," stated Mr. Laufer. " So I         er's business had doubled . " M y
                                           G reg Albrecht, Peo ri a and
 Herman Hoch, and Publishing Ser-                                             dress codes and high standards of         started operating my business              accountant couldn 't figure it out,"
                                        Macomb, Ill., and Davenport and
vices manager Ray Wright. Maxine                                              conduct, closed on the Sabbath and        according to God's law."                   he said. "I told him, 'God says try
                                        Iowa City, Iowa, combined services;
Neff and Linda Wright were                                                    double-tithed your profits , you'd be        Mr . Laufer started tithing in          me, and I did!' My accountant is still
                                        Harold Jackson , Paducah, Ky .,
included among those on tbe                                                   sure to fail, right? So thought dea-      1970 and was baptized in 1973. "I          shaking his head."
Work'sG·II .           .                Cape Girardeau and Poplar Bluff,
                                        Mo., combined services; Richard       con Martin Laufer's competitors in        read about the unprofitable servant           Mr . Laufer credits God for the
    Mr. Armstrong also preached to                                            the early ' 70s.                          and thought about the first tithe.         upturn. "Today there are several
                                        Rice, Las Vegas, Nev.; Leon Walk·
more than 2,()(X) brethren gathered                                              Today , Mr . Laufer and his family     That's what's required - like pay-         skating rinks for sale in Wisconsin .
                                        er, Springfield, III., Columbia,
on the Ambassador College campus                                              operate a chain of successful skating     ing the rent. So I added another           My accountant tells me 'everyone's
                                        Rolla and Lake ofthe Ozarks, Mo. ,
the Sabbath preceding Pentecost.                                              rinks and are building Wisconsin's        tithe for an offering. My accountant       down but you .' And there's only one
                                        combined services; David Albert,
        Tranling miDis.en               Kingsport, Knoxville, Chattanooga     largest skating facility.                 just shook his head and waited for         way to survive and profit in a reces-
                                        and Copperhill, Tenn., and Ashe-         " Back in 1969 J saw where God         the business to collapse."                 sion - being on God's side."
   Several other ministers were scnt                                                                                                                                  Every morning, Mr. Laufer con-
                                        ville, N .C .; Roderick Meredith,
out from Pasadena to speak at area                                                                                                                                 ducts a family Bible study that cen-
                                        Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
churches on Pentecost, according to                                                                                     earth . In the I I'l· hour talk, they      ters on how to apply God's law to
Ministerial Services. Their sched-
ules were as follows : Richard Ames.
                                        Colo.; and Doug Horchak, San Die·
                                        go, Calif.                            Evangelist                                received a pretty healthy dose of the
                                                                                                                        Gospel of the Kingdom of God ."
                                                                                                                                                                   business. "We don't allow swearing,
                                                                                                                                                                   muscle shirts and bare bellies,
Fort Walton Beach, Fla., Mont-             Most of the ministers also spoke                                                Again, many people remained             drinking, kissing and necking and
gomery, and Geneva, Ala. com-           to 'Outlying churches the Sabbath           (Continued from"... "               afterward, asking Mr . Apartian            other inappropriate behavior in our
bined services; Dibar Apartian .        preceding Pentecost.                  have superpowerful spiritual beings       questions for more than three              three rinks," he said. " We keep our
                                                                              bringing happiness and order to this      hours.                                     parking lots clear of fast driving and
                                                                                                                                                                   teenagers sitting around in cars."
                                                                                                                               Follow-up Bible studies                People phoning the rinks on Fri-
                                                                                                                           "We will have Wednesday night           day night receive a recorded mes-
                                                                                                                        Bible studies for those new people         sage informing them that the rinks
                                                                                                                        interested in God's truth," the evan-       are closed " for God's Sabbath."
                                                                                                                        gelist said. " We' re looking forward       Schedules posted in the rink say the
                                                                                                                        to good attendance . The 1974               same thing, and a marquee outside
                                                                                                                        appearances resulted in 40 to 45            reports that the rinks will open after
                                                                                                                        members being added to the Bodyof           the Sabbath is over.
                                                                                                                        Christ."                                       " We're not trying to blow our
                                                                                                                           While in Montreal, Mr. Apartian          horn up here," Mr. Laufer noted .
                                                                                                                        met with all the French-speaking            "We were just an average family -
                                                                                                                        ministers, ministerial trainees, dea-       until we found God's law."
                                                                                                                        cons and their wives May 29. "I                " I'm not saying that anybody wn
                                                                                                                        answered any questions they might           go out and buy a skating rink and
                                                                                                                        have had and brought news of Mr .           keep the S abbath and suddenly
                                                                                                                        Armstrong and the Work to them ."           makea bunch of money," Mr . lauf-
                                                                                                                            Sabbath morning, the attendance         er related. " It requires using wis-
                                                                                                                        at the Montreal church broke all            dom and getting good bu siness
                                                                                                                         previous record s. ' "The Quebec           advice. But you have to put God's
                                                                                                                        churches are strong and very inter-         will and law and spiritual th ings first
                                                                                                                        ested in Mr. Armstrong and the              - then comes the business."
                                                                                                                         Work, " Mr . Apartian said .                   Mr. Laufer's four sons are also
                                                                                                                             The large attendance and preva-        involved in managing the business.
                                                                                                                         lent enthusiasm created a Feast of          M a rl y Jr ., 24 (w ho att e nd ed
                                                                                                                        Tabernacles atmosphere, he added .          Ambassador Coll ege); Steve. 21:
                                                                                                                        The evangelist said the experience           Kev in , 18; and C huck. 16; play an
                                                                                                                         made him loo k forw ard to the com-        import an t role in operati ng the
                                                                                                                         ing Fall Festival in Hull. Que.,           th ree ri nks.
                                                                                                                         where he will spend the last half of          The four sons are also nat ional-
FEEDERS OF THE FLOCK - Ministers and ministerial trainees pause following the May 31 public appearance                   the ei ght·day Feast. M r. Apartian        level ro ller -s kating co mpetito rs,
campaign in Montreal, Que. From left: Rejean Vautour, a ministerial trainee; Bob Scott; Donat Picard; evangelist         plans to spend the fir st three days of    according to Mr. Laufer. All have
Oibar Apartian , regional director of the Work in French-speaking areas ; Charl es Mayer; and ministerial trainee        the Feast in Praz-sur-Arl y, France.       eit her won or placed in national and
Bruno Leclerc.                                                                                                           leaving Friday, O ct. 16, for Hull.                 (See RINK. pee- 5)
4                                                                                 'T he WORLDWIDE NEWS                                                                  Monday, June 15, 1981

Couple sails sloop 3,000 miles
to attend Feast site in Britain
                                        Everything on board was soaked            weather, discussing plans, keeping a
    DAUFJ~~~~~~t~, S.c. -               including the radio and sextant used      journal, taking pictures and watch-
Calm seas suddenly turned into          for charting course.                      ing for ships,
giant waves that violently slapped         Eventually Mr. Burn repaired the          While Mr. or Mrs. Burn kept a
the 28-foot sailboat. Savannah, Ga.,    equipment but a piece attached to         four-hour watch at night, the other
Church members Bob and Emily            the mast needed welding badly. The        would rest in a below-deck sleeping
Burn were unaware that a force 10       couple put in for repairs at Madeira      compartment.
gale threatened to break their Blue     Islands off the coast of Gibraltar.          Gone almost a year and covering
Gipsy to bits. They had sailed from        Three weeks later the vessel and       more than 10,000 miles, the Burns
the Brighton, England, Feast site       crew ventured out to sea again,           arrived at their Daufuskie Isles
Oct. 9, 1980, six days earlier.         bound for Fort Lauderdale, Fla.,          home March 30.
  "It was I a.m., my wife was on        where the Burns planned to spend             "Home for us is our A-frame on
watch and I was sleeping below          the winter.                               the island," Mr. Burn remarked.
deck," recalls the 42-year-old Mr.         Wh'y traverse 3,000 miles of           " We are trying to get totally self-
                                                                                  sufficient here."
                                                                                     The Burns share the island with
                                                                                  no more than 75 people. Their house
                                                                                  is constructed from the bottom of a
                                                                                  barge. "It's built eight feet off the
                                                                                  ground and only cost us $3,500," he
                                                                                  said. "We have no electricity, but
                                                                                  we light with kerosene and heat with     STOPOVER - Bob and Emily Burn moor their sailboat to a pier in Ireland
                                                                                  wood,"                                   en route to the Feast in Britain. The boat is also equipped with a small
                                                                                     They cook on a butane two-burn-       diesel engine. [Photo by Bob Burn)
                                                                                  er stove that costs them S30 a year
                                                                                  for fuel. Fresh water comes from a         ing freight for the local store.         On their voyage to Europe the
                                                                                  hand pump in the kitchen.                     One of the most common ques-        Burns noted the friendliness and
                                                                                     To further minimize living            . tions asked the Burns is "how do you   unity of the churches they visited.
                                                                                  expenses, they travel to the Savan-       afford to travel?"                      "Truly, the greatest thing was see-
                                                                                  nah church by boat. A licensed boat           "We don't owe anybody money,"       ing a worldwide family in support of
                                                                                  builder, Mr. Burn makes a living on        replies Mr. Burn, "so it's easy to     Mr. [Herbert W.] Armstrong,"
                                                                                  the island building boats and haul-       save money."                            Mr. Burn said.

                                                                                  Member views changing land,
                                                                                  cites Egyptian support of leaders
                                                                                                                              Further south, one can see Mt.        not warmly remembered. Atheistic
                                                                                     The/allowing was wri1len by           Sinai shimmering in the desert           communists don't appear to be pop-
                                                                                   Church member Moshe Ben-                haze. How strange it seems for a         ularin Islamic Egypt. Al-Azhar, the
                                                                                   Simha about a visit to Egypt.           former Israeli resident to see the       1,OOO-year-old Moslem " universi-
                                                                                                                           mountain from this side of the           ty" is vibrant with life, and seems
                                                                                         By Mosbe 8en-Simha                Nile!                                    more contemporary that Gamal
COOKING AT SEA - Emily Burn prepares a meal for herself and her                      CAIRO, Egypt - Times are                        Americao visability            Nasser's quarter-century-old Cairo
husband Bob on board their sailboat Blue Gipsy on the Atlantic Ocean.             changing in Egypt.                          In Cairo, the American presence       Tower, a SOO-foot-higb edifice built
[Photo by Bob Burn]                                                                  In this city, once bristling with     is strilcing. A second Hilton Hotel      during an earlier and short-lived
                                                                                  war rhetoric against Israel , you can    rises on the banks of the Nile River.    romance with the United States.
Burn. "We heard a loud noise and        ocean to attend the Feast? uI've          now buy copies of The Jerusalem          A new Bank of America building
relt the boat heave toone side."        been interested in boats for a long       Post in hotels, and converse in          stands gleaming ncarby Cairo's                   Widespread poverty
   Reaching for the helm, Mr. Burn      time, and since we already had one,       Hebrew with Israeli tourists at King     chaotic bus station.                        Behind the veneer of modern
battled 30-foot waves for what          we figured it would be the most rea-      Tutankhamen's tomb.                         Everything you hear about bad         hotels and rich tourists exists omni-
would be 48 consecutive hours.          sonable way to travel," said Me              To the east, Suez, a city deci-       traffic in Cairo is true. It makes the   present squalor and poverty. The
Weather reports crackling over the      Burn. He bought the motor-assisted        mated four times in two decades of       clogged freeways of Los Angeles,         mind marvels at the completeness in
radio said the storm was force 10.      Blue Gipsy in Copenhagen, Den-            war, again teems with seafaring ves-     Calif., seem tame by comparison.         which it dominates the city.
Force 12 is a hurricane.                mark, in 1971, and sailed it back to      sels. Just ' to the south stands an      Amidst the ruins of ancient Egypt's                         in
                                                                                                                                                                       Why? Because Cairo (a city of
   Blue Gipsy corkscrewed this way      the United States.                        active oil refinery, possibly near the   glory, one now trips over ever-pres-     14 million , capable of adequately
and that, digging its nose intoa wave       He entered the sailboat in a 1972     place where Moses and the children       ent Pepsi-Cola bottles.                  handling three million) has few
and rising to throw it off.             trans-Atlantic race, sailing single-      of Israel crossed the Red Sea.              The Soviets are long gone, and        skilled laborers. Even in luxury
                                        handedly ftom Plymouth, England,                                                                                            hotels the toilets clog. But then
   The sloop continued to falloff
                                        to Newport, R.I. In a time of 39                                                                                            again, toilets themselves are a rare
curled waves, crashing into air on
                                        days, eight hours, he finished 26th                                                                                         sight in Cairo.
the other side, until a mountainous
                                        out of 55 in the race.                                                                                                         As for the fellahin (peasants),
wave carried the boat so high that
                                           The couple left their South Caro-                                                                                        they continue to tread their shad-
Blue Gipsy turned completely over
                                        lina home May 4, 1980, en toute to                                                                                          outs (waterwheels) in much the
and capsized mast first into the
                                        England and returned to Florida                                                                                             same way their ancqtors did thou-
                                        Dec. 27 at a cost of $2,500, accord-                                                                                        sands of years ago. And it's not a
   The boat righted itself, and Mr.     ing to Mr. Burn.                                                                                                            small group, but millions of people
and Mrs. Burn, wet and exhausted            "You don't entertain much at                                                                                            seemingly trapped in this way of
 but not injured, ventured on deck to   sea," he quipped, "and we took lots                                                                                         life.
survey the damage.                      of honey from our bees, two deer I
    "We thought the mast must be        shot at home, ground corn, fish we                                                                                                      Cultunl blocks
 broken, but the only damage was a      caught on the boat-we had about a                                                                                              The paradox is that in the higher
 missing hatch cover," noted Mr.         year's supply of food on board."                                                                                           social classes, the absence of a work
 Burn.                                      Routine chores on Blue Gipsy                                                                                            ethic hampers industrial develop-
    But gone were cameras, radios,       included takingseveral sextant posi-                                                                                       ment. Menial work, however
 gallons of olive oil and pickles.       tions, mending sails, listening to the                                                                                     skilled, is despised. Office work car-
                                                                                                                                                                    ries greater status, but technical
                                                                                                                                                                    occupations are shunned. Unfortu-
                                        north of the Feast site. Valencia                                                                                           nately, the lack of trained plumbers,
Spanish                                 offers interesting sights, including
                                        the remains of a walled Roman city,
                                                                                                                                                                    electricians, and other technicians
                                                                                                                                                                    prohibits Egypt from progressing
      (Continued from page 31           La Seo Cathedral (which claims to                                                                                           economically.
people, $220 a person. Prices based     house the "Holy Grail"), and many                                                                                              If the Egyptians lack industrial
on exchange rate of 80 Spanish          museums and historic buildings.                                                                                             motivation, they are rich in patrio-
pesetas to one U.S. dollar.             Lively and colorful flamenco enter-                                                                                         tism. Egypt's current ostracism by
   Keeping the Feast here allows        tainment is the fare in several res-                                                                                        other Arab countries is keenly felt.
you to visit some of the great Span-    taurants in Valencia.                                                                                                       The people passionately support
ish cities: Madrid, Barcelona, Gra-         Additional information is avail-                                                                                        their leaders, especially when such
nada, Seville and Cordoba - all in      able by writing Fernando Barriga,                                                                                           grand gestures as seizing the Suez
one of the most tourist-oriented        Spanish Department, 300 W. Green                                                                                            Canal in 1956, or President Anwar
nations on the Continent.               St., Pasadena, Calif., 91123, U.sA                                                                                          Sadat's 1977 trip to Jerusalem take
   Historic and beautiful Valencia,      If you'd like to phone for informa-                                                                                        place.
the city where El Cid chased out the     tion, please call Mr. Barriga at         STONE TABLEAU - The Great Sphinx of Giza, Egypt, carved from a                       The physical grandeur of ancient
Moors in A.D. 1094, now Spajn's          (213)577-5300 between 8 a.m. and         single stone about 2550 B.C., is a likeness cf King Khatre, an Egyptian            Egypt may have decayed, but the
third-largest city, stands 40 minutes    3 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.            ruler of the 4th dynasty. [Photo by Aaron Dean]                                   emotion that produced it has not.
Monday, June 15, 1981                                                               The WORLDWIDE NEWS                                                                                                       5

Football player seeks answers~
                                                                                                                               could not," he said, "and' began to       public accountant degree."
                                                                                                                               take the Worldwide Church of God             He finished his internship this
                                                                                                                               seriously."                               past December, but relinquished a
                                                                                                                                  Orosz went back to Ohio State,         chance at a government job to come
                                                                                                                              only to sit out for a year of football     to Ambassador .

finds fulfillment at Ambassador                                                                                               because he had previously obtained
                                                                                                                              a release. He continued to ~: udy
                                                                                                                                  When Orosz, then asenior, asked
                                                                                                                                                                            At Pasadena an enthusiastic Bob
                                                                                                                                                                         Orosz now works in the Accounting
                                                                                                                                                                         Department, training for his job at
                                                                                                                                                                         Ambassador College, Big Sandy,
           By Jeff Zhorne                  participate in football games that          After some time, though, he real-      permission to play in 1979, Earl           Tex. , as accounting supervisor
      PASADENA - "There's no               counted toward any kind of cham-         ized he didn't like being around          Bruce, the new coach of Ohio State,        under department head Jack Bick-
way to. describe what 100,000              pionship," said Orosz. He could          gang members. "All the guys 1 rode        said he "wanted nothing to do with         el.
screaming fans do to you," said Bob        only play in preseason games             with are now either dead or in jail,"     me," commented Orosz. "I guess he              ." think God wants me in the
Orosz, 24, an Ambassador College           because when switching from a            he stated. Perhaps he could derive        wanted to work with freshmen who
                                                                                                                                                                         Work," said Orosz. " . can't believe
freshman who played football for           parochial school to public school        real satisfaction from playing foot-      could contribute four years to his         how much I've received since I've
two years at Ohio State University.        within the same district, athletes are   ball and studying accounting at           'regime.'"                                 been here. And it's because' want to
   Despite the excitement of playing       prohibited from participating in         Ohio State University. he thought.           "So I arranged some tryouts for         give, not get."
defensive linebacker for a Big Ten         sports for one year.                        But soon Orosz became dissatis-        professional teams like the New
                                                                                                                                                                             "God's Work is where it's all hap-
team, Orosz wasn't happy,_ "I                                                       fied with not being chosen for the        Orleans [La.] Saints and Chicago
                                                                                                                                                                         pening. Life is all atx::ut becoming
searched for some meaning in my                                                     starting lineup on the Ohio State         [III.J Bears," he continued.
                                                                                                                                                                         God's son, not seeking your own
life," he said.                                                                     team. [He describes how he became                                                    pleasures," he said.
                                                                                                                                             God's calling
   Orosz. who stands 6 feet tall and                                                completely disillusioned with col-                                                       "And believe me," he added, "I
weighs 2t>5 pounds, began attending                                                 lege football in an article entitled "I      "For some reason 1 never went to
                                                                                                                               the tryouts." he remarked. '" think       know what earthly 'pleasures' are
the university in 1976. '" finally                                                  Knew There Had to Be More to Life                                                    out there. But none of them did any-
decided on Ohio State University in                                                 Than Football," scheduled to be            God was working with me. That
                                                                                                                               November [1979J I accepted God's          thing for me."
Columbus because WOody Hayes                                                        published in the August Youth 81.]
                                                                                                                              calling and was finally baptized."             Bob Orosz' mother, Betty Orosz,
[head football coachJ liked me and
                                                                                            Frustrating summer                Two months later he was accepted           lives in Maple Heights with his 18-
said he'd give me a chance to tryout
for the learn."                                                                                                               to Ambassador College in the spring        year-old sister, Mary Kay. His
                                                                                       During the summer between his                                                     brother Steve, 25, attends Sabbath
   As a freshman. Orosz made the                                                    sophomore and junior years, 1978,         of 1981.
                                                                                                                                 That same month, the state of           services in Akron, Ohio.
Ohio State Buckeyes team . In 1978,                                                 Orosz obtained an 'official release
as a sophomore, he played in the                                                    from Ohio State. He wanted to play        Ohio offered Orosz an accounting'            ' Bob plans to help start a weight-
Sugar Bowl against the Universi ty                                                  for Frank Cush's Arizona State Sun        internship. " I accepted the state's       lifting program for students at
of Alabama.                                                                         Devils in Tempe.                          offer and quit college at Ohio             Ambassador College in Big Sandy
                                                                                       That sum mer was a frustrating         State," he explained. "I need only         this fall. He bench-presses more
           Early training                                                           one for Orosz. Ohio State's coach         two more courses to complete the           than 400 pounds and said he's after
   Orosz' football finesse didn't                                                   was fired earlier for hitting another     req uirements toward a certified           the world record of 526 pounds.
come from playing on a high sc hool                                                 team's player during a game. Then
team ~ the place most college                                                       head coach C ush of Arizona State
players develop thei r playing abili-
   Orosz came from ast rict Catholic
                                                      BOB OROSZ
                                              SO he lifted weights to build his
                                           body in high school. When he
                                                                                    was fired for the same reason.
                                                                                       "My brother Steve had just been
                                                                                    baptized into God's Church during
                                                                                                                              Rink                                       in Franklin, Ind . Since C huck [who
                                                                                                                                                                         has won three national titles] and his
                                                                                                                                                                         brothers brought recognition to t he
family that sent him to an all-boys        bench-pressed 400 pounds, he .was        this time as well," Orosz noted.                 (Continued from p-ve 3)             franklin club, our local club offered
Catholic high schooL But he got into       told his strength rated ift the top         "That's when ' . started to ques-      regional competition and are train~        to move competition off the Sab-
trouble there several times and was        one-half percentile of all Americans     tion the Church," he continued. "I        ing as a four-man relay team for the       bath. Now we can skate at home."
finally e:ll.pelled his junior year. "My   aged 15 to 25.                           challenged my brother about the           nationaicompctition in fort Worth,            Has this caused Mr. Laufer to
father died when I was 15, so I               After graduating from Maple           truth. If I could prove him wrong, he     Te:ll..                                    become a public figure? "Not real-
missed out on a lot of fatherly guid-      Heights in 1974, Orosz rode with a       would have to come back to the               "The local skating club originally      Iy," he answered. "But it sure has
ance," he noted.                           motorcycle gang periodically while       Catholic religion. If I were wrong,       scheduled many of their meets on           made God's ministry well-known.
   "I was accepted at Maple Heights        working in a steel mill and a service    I'd accept his new religion. "            the Sabbath," reported Mr. Laufer,         when the media wants to know what
[OhioJ High School, but I couldn't         station.                                    "Well, he kept proving things I        "so we started working with ~ club         the Sabbath's all about."

                                     Children's Corner
                                                              THE INVISIBLE PICTURE                                                                                              By Vivian Pettijohn
          Chris dropped his schoolbooks on the          room sofa between them. "this is a seri-         Jesus Christ."                                        ". understand better now, Mom,"
       table in his bedroom. He took a white            ous matter. Debbie. Chris doesn't seem             -"Well," began Chris, "this picture               Chris said as Debbie smiled and nodded
       card from one of the books and glanced           to know why we can't have a picture of           shows Jesus with long, brown hair and               in agreement. "Thanks for explaining to
       at the picture on it. It was a picture of a      Jesus or a cross. Can you say the Second         looking kind of weak."                              us why God wants us to have only invis-
       man, and a' purplish-white cross was             Commandment?"                                       "Exactly!" Mother said. "And we                  ible pictures of Him."
       unoer- iL He quickly thumbtacked the               "I know the first part, Mommy,"                know He didn 't have long hair and that
       card to the bulletin board. Then he              Debbie answered. "It says: 'Thou shalt           as a carpenter He was not weak!"                      Next month's story is about the
       stood back proudly and called to his             not make unto thee any graven image.'               "But, Mom," asked Chris, "wouldn't               Third Commandment. If you hayen't
       mother, who was walking past his door-           But what is a graven image?"                     it be easier to think about God and Jesus           already memorized this command-
       way.                                               "Chris," Mother said, "turn in your            if we had some kind of picture to remind            ment. can you learn it before then?
          "Mom, come see what I got at                  Bible to the commandmenlS. Do you                us?" .
       sc hool!"                                        remember where to find them? Read                   "Ch ris, " said Mother lovingly ,
          "Why, Chris!" exclaimed Mother. "I            the Second Commandment -                out      " when I was at Aunt Frances' house for
       didn't hear yo u come in! How was                loud."                                           a week did you need a picture to remind
                                                                                                                                                               God's Commandments
       school today?" she asked, giving him a             "They're in Exodus 20, Mom ,"                  you what I look like? Or do you know                 Fill in the blocks with the following
       hug.                                             answered Chris. He read verses 4, 5 and          me well enough that just to think about              words from the Second Command-
          "It was okay, Mom," 7-year-old                6: "Thou shalt not make unto thee any            what I am like gave you a picture in your            ment.
       Chris answered. "And see what Tommy              graven image , or any likeness of any            mind -     an invisible picture?"
       traded me at recess for some baseball            thing that is in heaven above, or that is in       "Oh, I see, Mom," Chris said, nod-
       cards!"                                          the earth beneath, or that is in the water       ding hi s head, "and when we just think
         "Chris, who is this supposed to be?"           under the earth: Thou shalt not bow              about what God and Jesus are like we
                                                                                                                                                                           f-       rg
       Mother asked.                                    down Ihyself to them, nor serve them:            can sort of see them in our minds?"                               I--
          "Tommy said it's Jesus," replied              for I the Lord thy God am ajealous God,             "That's right, honey," Mother said.
       C hris.
          "What does the Bible say about hav-
                                                        visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon
                                                        the children unto the third and fourth
                                                                                                         " Instead of trying to picture Jesus as He
                                                                                                         looked when He was on earth. or con-
                                                                                                                                                                   'l"              A              N
       ing pictures of Jesus?" Mother asked,            generation of them that hate me; and             stantly looking at a cross, we should                     H                !,            &
       frowning.                                        shewing mercy unto thousands of th.'!m           think about what Jesus is like today as                   0                  T           T
         "Uh -     ," Chris began, looking puz-         that love me, and keep my command-               o ur High Priest. Chris, turn to Revela-
       z led. "I don't remember anything in the         ments."                                          tion , chapter one, and I'll show you the
       Bible about pictures. But we do worship             " Debbie, to answer your question,"           Bible 'paints' a picture of what Jesus
       Jesus a nd He died on a cross, didn't            Mother explained, "a graven image is             looks like right now."                                      Word list
       He?" " Bes ides," Chris continued, "this         like a statue. Now it isn't wrong in itself         After Mother read verses 13 through
       c ross glows in the dark, reminding us to        to have a statue ~ or a picture (a like-         16, she closed the Bible and put an arm               I THOU     UNTO
       pray. I think I made a good trade!"              ness of someone). But when we use                around each child.
          "Chris," Mother said as she took              either one to represent God - God the               "Think about this picture," Mother                 .( SHALT                 THEE
       down the card, "get your Bible and               Father or God the Son -          then God        said. " Right now Jes us Christ is in
       come into the li ving room. I'll call Deb-       forbids it. He wants us to worship Him            Heaven with God, the Father. He is a                 .( NOT                   ANY
       bie from the bac kyard . We need to talk         directly. He knows any picture or statue         SP;I' ;t. being. His hair is white . His eyes
       about this together'"                            gives us wrong ideas about Him For                a re like a flame of fire, His face shines as            MAKE                 GRAVEN
          "Now, C hri s and Debbie," Mother             instance. Chris," Mother continued,               brightl y as the sun , and Hi s voice sounds
       said slow ly, as he sat down on the living       " desc ribe to me this so-ca lled picture of      like a gia nt waterfall!"                                            JMAGE
            A Voice Cries Out:
Mt. Sinai Eruption
.      and
Camp David Talks
 tnay be leading at last to vvorkable
     fortnula for lVorld peace!

  I                    re-
         HAVE       RECENTLY                    scourge of war and, in our Western
                                                world, the breakdown of the family unit,
     turned to the United                       the very foundation of a stable and
  States from private con-                      permanent society!
                                                  At the base of Mt. Sinai, President
  ferences with Prime Minister                  Sadat plans to build a World Peace
  Menachem Begin of Israel                      Center. The architect's rendering pic-
  and President Anwar el-Sadat                  tures a beautiful walled-in complex.
                                                Within it will be a mosque, a synagogue
  of Egypt.                                     and a church, symbolic of PEACE be-
        In a televised private conference       tween nations and religions. Religious
  at the Giza Residential Palace in             hostility has sparked wars down through
  Cairo, President Sadat revealed to            the stream of time. Adjacent to the
  me his plans,for a ........ . . . . . Peace
                            W orid              peace complex will be built a modern
  ,....          ,.                       .
                                                 "      -;.y, ',~   '~
                                                                                                                                     .I""'" o'uu::,
                                                                                                                              'hoV l • .;, .

at the Giza Residential P alace ill                                                               hostiliLY has sparked wars down through
Cairo, President Sadat revealed to                                                                the stream of time. Adjacent to the
me his plans for a World Peace                                           ~.~~                     peace complex will be built a modern
Center at the base of Mt. Sinai.                                                                  resort hotel.
   Actually there was an eruption from                                                               Its presence at the · very base of Mt.
                                                            HERBERT      W   ARMSTRONG
Mt. Sinai some 3,500 years ago. That                                                              Sinai envisions the "GIVE" principle for
eruption was a practical, workable for-        nature is impractical-the evil spirituql           PEACE, rather than that of "GET."
mula for world peace. It went unheeded         attitude that has caused every discon-                True-and I think President Sadat
then. The world has ignored it since.          tent, unhappiness, pain and anguish                realizes this-his $70 million World
Now, before man-created weapons of             resulting from this world's myriad evils!          Peace Center will not, of itself, bring
mass destruction erase all human life             Our problems and troubles are spiri-            this war-weary world its final peace. It
from the earth, that solution may pre-         tual in nature, but our minds, incentives          can only point the way.
serve mankind alive.                           and concepts are physical and material.               World peace shall require a change of
   The Egyptian president showed me            Sure, we can send men to the moon and              motivation, a giving up of things cov-
architects' renderings of his proposed         back-we can explore Saturn and Jupiter             eted. A self-centered humanity will not
$70 million World Peace Center to be           at fairly close range, and receive photo-          be willing, of its own volition, to make
constructed at the base of Mt. Sinai. He       graphs of the Martian surface from                 this sacrifice. It will have to be done TO
invited my participation in the project.       unmanned spacecraft-we can produce                 us. The super-powered unseen "St~ong
   It is a practical, workable concept for     computers and the most intricate me-               Hand from Someplace" shall have to
world peace at total variance from the         chanical aids. BUT WE CAN'T SOLVE OUR              intervene in supreme transcendent
altruistic, unworkable plans the nations       PROBLEMS or eliminate our evils!                   power and compel a selfish humanity to
have been trying-the Kellogg Peace                What "exploded" from Mt. Sinai                  enjoy peace, happiness and universal
Treaty, the League of Nations, the             some 3,500 years ago was a practical,              ABUNDANCE!
United Nations and the World Court of          workable WORLD PEACE formula. It was                  Our agreeing or disagreeing won't
International Justice.                         delivered on tablets of stone by Him               matter. It is as SURE as the rising and
   These experiments in impractical ide-       whom the three nations represented at              setting of tomorrow's sun. I am merely a
alism, seeking peace while the nations         the Camp David talks regard as their               voice in the wilderness of 20th-century
pursue the CAUSE that produces war,            Creator and their God (Allah in Arabic).           confusion crying out with the AN-
have led to dismal failure.                    It was presented to mankind through                NOUNCEMENT of the world's sole and sure
   There is an underlying basic CAUSE of       Moses, whom the major religions of all             hope.
all the world's ills-its unsolvable prob-      three nations regard as a prophet. It ''''as          Both Mr. Begin and Mr. Sadat have
lems, evils and wars! And that CAUSE is a      the 'fen Commandments, the first four              been willing to "GIVE" in ways that
WAY OF LIFE!                                   of which convey the four broad princi-             required vision, courage and great risks
   I repeat again and again, there are two     ples of love outflowing toward our Mak-            both personally and politically. I know
foundational ways or philosophies of           er, the last six the principles of love            them both-have had very recent per-
life, broadly speaking. They travel in         toward human neighbor. In other words,             sonal conferences with both. The back-
diametrically opposite directions. I call      the life-philosophy of "GIVE" instead of           ground leading to these unique and
one the way of "GIVE," the other the way       "GET."                                             historic recent moves toward peace form
of "GET." I use the word "GIVE" to                But mankind has chosen and been                 an exceedingly dramatic and intriguing
designate outflowing love-concern for          actuated by the "GET" inceritive! Re-              story. More of this on this same page
the good and welfare of others equal to        sult? Amid material advancement phe-               one week from today.

self-concern-the way of cooperation,           nomenal and awesome, we have suffered
helping, serving, giving, sharing. It is       spiritual regression. Man has wreaked
practical!                                     on his world illiteracy, abject poverty,
   But the world has lived by the incentive    millions living in filth and squalor, thou-
of '!GET"-self-centeredness, vanity,           sands dying of starvation. And even
covetousness, envy and jealousy, hostile       among the af\1uent, educated ignorance                             HERBERT W. ARMSTRONG
competition leading to strife, violence        of the true values, discontent, immorali-                          Pastor General
and war. This "GET" urge of human              ty, escalating crime and violence, the                             Worldwide Church of God

                              We have nothing to sell. But we shal1 be happy to send, gratis, no fol1ow-up, the
                              eye-opening book by Mr. Armstrong, Th e United States and Britain in Prophecy.
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                                                                                                                                                 Ladies' Club met May 3 for its last regu-     the oldest and youngest mother. the
                                                                                                                                                 lar meeting of the year. Carol Boeckley       mother with the most children and the
                                                                                                                                                 and Bonnie Winston served as hostess          mother with the most grandchildren. A
                                                                                                                                                 and cohostess respectively . Juanita Kel-     lead crystal bowl and gift certificates
                                                                                                                                                 ly gave liPS on camping. April Combs.         were presented to Rand and Gloria MiI-
                                                                                                                                                 talked on ''Plants and How to Care For        lich and Brenda EmmeTlh in apprecia-
                                                      Deily, Wendy Deily, Randy Heath and                                                        Them ." Linda Pratt shared her unex-          tion for their efforts as directors of the
                                                                                                    evening concluded with a sing~along to
                                                                                                                                                 pected blessing as a showcase winner on       club. The ladies enjoyed music by Irene
          CHURCH                                       John Hemingway. Louise McLoughlin.
                                                          The LAWTON, Okla .• chu rch
                                                                                                    the accompaniment of a harmonica. Tim
                                                                                                    McCaulley.                          .        the television game show The Price is
                                                                                                                                                 RighI. which aired Dec. 22. After a
                                                                                                                                                                                               Caver, and then had a skin-care demon-
                                                                                                                                                                                               stration. Holly Pickering wasacoordina-
        . ACTIVITIES                                 . e njoyed a dinner and dance April 25.
                                                        Members from Oklahoma City and Ada,
                                                                                                       Approximately 130 women from
                                                                                                    PASADENA heard Joyce Johnson . a             break for fruit plates, drinks and snacks,
                                                                                                                                                 Kelly Ambrose led table topics. Minister
                                                                                                                                                                                               tor and hostess for the banquet. P. Shal-
                                                       Okla .• also enjoyed the evening. Jennifer   nutritionist in the Los Angeles, Calif.,
                                                                                                    area, speak May 26 at the Firehouse, a       Jack Pakoldi explained the difference            The HATI'IFSBURG and MERID-
                                                      Bush.                                                                                      bet ween doers and non-doers and gave         IAN. Miss .• Spokesman clubs had their
           The ANDERSON and RICHMOND,                                                               used clothing outlet serving domestic as
        Ind., talent show entitled "Spring Has           A new church began in MESA. Ariz.,         well as overseas brethren. The ladies        three categories of goals. Vonda Partin.      final meeting and ladies' night May 16 at
        Arrived" took place May 9 following a         May 9 with 194 in attendance. Pastor                                                          A combined meeting of the Leader-          the Ramada Inn in Laurel, Miss. The
                                                                                                    were joined for lunch by evangelists
        pitch-in dinner at Smith Auditorium in        Mark Cardona stressed in his sermon the       Joseph Tkach and Ellis LaRavia and
        New Castle. Ind . Twenty-six acts             need for individual service to build and      ministers Robin Webber and Mike Fea-
        included piano solos, vocal duels. come-      solidify the new church. Refreshments         zell. JtjfZhorne.
        dy routines and original poetry recita-       were served following services. LArry            Seventy PETERBOROUGH. Ont.,
        tions. F,itz Dolak.                           McElroy.                                      brethren met on the shores of the Trent
            Fifty brethren from BUNDABERC              The MISSOULA and KAUSPELL,                   River April 26 to plant trees. They
        and MARY BOROUGH. Australia, had               Mont., congregations bade farewell to        divided into three teams and rode in
        a barbeque picnic at the farm Mr. and          Rick and Shelly (Purdy) Baumgartner          boats to Hardy Island. There they
        Mrs. Clem Nalder May 17. Games were            May 16 with a potluck luncheon. After        planted 28,000 pine saplings for the
        o rganized by minister Terry Villiers,         five years of service in the area, the       Ministry of Forests. The group earned
        with volleyball and totem tennis attract-    . Baumgartners have been assigned to           52.800 for the social fund. William
        ing players from all age gTOUps. Roast         Houston, Tex., where Mr. Baumgartner         Swutman.
                                                                                                       Evangelist Gerald Waterhouse spoke
                                                                                                    to the PITTSBURGH EAST and WFST
                                                                                                    and BEllE VERNON, Pa., churches
                                                                                                    May 2 in Monroeville, Pa. For special
                                                                                                    music the combined church choirs sang
                                                                                                    "One World," with a baritone solo by ,
                                                                                                    Larry Kifer. Earl Henn directed the
                                                                                                    choir. and Linda Szalankiewicz was the
                                                                                                    pianist. Frank Lewandowski.
                                                                                                       PLYMOUTH and TRURO, En- ..
                                                                                                    gland. members traveled to the farm of
                                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ogden on the north
                                                                                                    coost of the Corn ish peninsula May 3.
                                                                                                    The group ate packed lunches and then
                                                                                                    set off on a cliff walk to enjoy the spec-
                                                                                                    tacular scenery of the stormy seas break-
                                                                                                    ing on the rocks. After they returned to
                                                                                                    the farmhouse, they ate a lavish meal
                                                                                                    provided by their hosts. K.c. Jones.
                                                                                                       The RICHMOND, Va., church had a
                                                                                                    rummage sale May 3. Hundreds of
                                                                                                    articles were donated by the brethren        RELAY VICTORY - Kevin Smith of the Fort Worth, Tex ., squad crosses
                                                                                                    and brought in 5933. A donation was          the finish line in first place at the end of the 4OQ·meter relay at district
                                                                                                    sent to the Work, and the rest went into     competition in Arlington, Tex., May 24. (Se~ "Youth Activities," page 9.)
                                                                                                    the church fund. Chip Brockmeier.            [Photo by Scott Smith!
                                                                                                       The ST. PETERSBURG, F1a.• annual .
                                                                                                    spring yard sale took place May 3 and 4      ship C lub and ladies' Club of the CIN-    group dined on prime rib. Tom Diaz,
                                                                                                    on Bay Pines Blvd. Public participation      CINNATI. Ohio. NORTH church took           president of the Meridian club, was
                                                                                                    ran high, with a steady flow of customers    place May II. Walt and Carol.aoeckley      chairman. Larry Brown was the topics-
                                                                                                    from sunrise to sunset each day. LAvent      served aschairpersons, and the theme for   master. Toastmaster Gary Pigford intr~
                                                                                                    L. VOTel.                                    the meeting was "Happiness Is." Don        duced speakers Charles Voss, Greg
                                                                                                                                                 McColm and Wilma Witt led table top-       Turner and Mr. Diaz. Gifts were pre-

,   -                                                                                               CLUB
                                                                                                                                                 ics. Speakers were Barbara Miller, Law-
                                                                                                                                                 ton Coll ins, Dolores Withem and John
                                                                                                                                                 Harry. Bonnie Winston SUpplIed Iloral
                                                                                                                                               . arransements for the tables. Wine,
                                                                                                                                                                                            sented to pastor Ron WaJlen, clubdirec-
                                                                                                                                                                                            lor Ed Mitchell, Mr. Diazand Mr. Turn-
                                                                                                                                                                                            er. Mr . Wallen was the overall evaluator.
                                                                                                                                                                                            After the meeting adjourned the group
                                                                                                    MEETIrtGS                                    punch and snacks were served during the
                                                                                                                                                 break. Minister Edward Smith gave a
                                                                                                                                                                                            enjoyed a dance. The next day the Hat-
                                                                                                                                                                                            tiesburg club had a work party rewiring
                                                                                                                                                 talk on believing and accomplishing.       the houseofa widow. John A. Colt.
                                                                                                       The final ladies' night of the AlBA-      Vonda Partin.                                 The HOUSTON, Tex .• NORTH
                                                                                                    N~. Ore., Spokesman Club took place             The DUBLIN. Ireland. Spokesman          Graduate Club had a ladies' night dinner
                                                                                                    Mother's Day. May 10. Eltana Allen           Club had its annual ladies' night dinner   meeting May II. Speakers Jerry Heal-
                                                                                                    won a prize for being a mother the long-     at Fitzpatrick's Killiney Castle Hotel     an, Carlos Lopez. Ron Weinland and
                                                                                                    est, 56 years. President David Mason led     May 6. Afterdiningon roast ribsofbeef,     Vance West were introduced by toast-
                                                                                                    the dinner meeting, under director Ran-      members and guests answered questions      master Jim Douglas. Director John
                                                                                                    dyStiver.                                    presented by topics master Michael         Ogwyn out lined the purposes of the club
                                                                                                       "A Scent of Summer" was the theme         McGuinness. Speeches were given by         and discussed to what degree he felt
                                                                                                    for the Albany Ambassador Women's            Ron Price, Henry Cooper and Terence        these had been accomplished in the first
        BATTER UP - Dave Monaghan of the Work's Acounting Department                                C lub formal tea and style show May 20.      Gunning. President Michael Leonard         year of the club. Jim DOUg/llS.
        sizes up a pitch in a May 29 slow-pitch softball game between the Work's                    The evening capped off the first year of     presented director Mark Ellis with a bot-      De Lee Hargrove was in charge of the
        Accounting and Data Processing departments and the Arthur Andersen                          the club. Cohostesses were Pam Penrod        tle of cognac and Mrs. Ellis with a bou-    May II meeting of the INDIANAPO-
        auditors. After seven innings, the auditors fell to the accounting team                     and Linda Stiver. Salem, Ore., Church        quet of nowers. Brendan Behan, on           LIS, Ind ., Women's Club. Lillie
        10-3. {Photo by Michael Snyder}                                                             women were gues~s. Susan Wheeler.            behalf of the singles, presented Mr. Ellis  Mahone opened the meeting with
                                                                                                       The Daytime Women's Club of BIG           with acassette tape of his favoriteoperat-  prayer. Table topics were led by Marion
        goat. salads and bread rolls were fol-        will serve as assistant pastor. The mem-      SANDY, Tex .• met at the home of dub         ic music. Raymond Jordan.                   Merriweather. Icebreakers were given
        lowed by tarts and ice cream. and bal-        bers, YOU and Missoula Spokesman              coordinator Ruth Walter May 14 to for-          The ELKHART. Ind., Ladies' Club          by Alvina Dellinger, Mrs. Mahone,
        loons for the youngsters. Betty Sherwin.      Club presented them with gifts and spe-       mulate plans for the club's second year.     had its annual mother-daughter banquet      Joyce Moore and Emma Hindman .
           CEBU. Philippines. members bade            cial thanks. Dolores Crock~r.                 Guest speaker Norvel Pyle spoke on            for the church May 10. The luncheon        Refreshments were served by Mae
        farewell and gave gifts to minister J ose        The MOULTRIE., Ga., and TALLA-             leadership, discussing the authoritarian,     was prepared by the members, and cof-      Hampton and Helen Olmsted. Jayne
        Raduban. his wife and their five child ren    HASSEE., Fla., churches had a fun show        democratic and - Iaissez-faire styles of      fee, tea and punch were served by YOU      Schumaker.
        May 3 as they left for their new assign-      May 9 in Moultrie. Highlights included        leadership. Refreshments were served .        members Jerry Shallenberger, Todd             The JACKSON, Tenn ., Women's
        ment in Manila, Philippines. Mr. Radu-        a young children's chorus. an accordion       Louise Moore.                                Oswolt. Dale Wine and Jeff Grosen-          Training Program had its last meeting of
        ban served three years in the Visayan         performance and bluegrass music. The             The CINCINNATI •. Ohio., NORTH             bacher. Flowering plants were given to     the year May 3. After a salad bar lun-
        region. He gave a fa rewell sermon the                                                                                                                                               cheon, the meeting was called to order by
        day before at Sabbath services. Antilla                                                                                                                                              Vice President Shelby Chandler. Bunny
        T. Tambis.                                                                                                                                                                           Crowe served as table-topics director.
           The CINCINNATI. Ohio. NORTH                                                                                                                                                       and Angie Goodman gave a presentation
        church had a mother-daughter banquet                                                                                                                                                 on table etiquette. Pastor Joe Dobson
        May 12. Artist Diana Harry gave a                                                                                                                                                    reviewed the objectives of the training
        makeup demonstration using Mary                                                                                                                                                      program, how they have been accom-
        Dowd and Vonda Partin as models.                                                                                                                                                     plished and how to continue to build on
                                                                                                                                                                                             the things learned. Angie Goodman.
           Square dancers in the congregation                                                                                                                                                   The Ambassador Women's Club of
        squared off to the calls of Mr. and Mrs.                                                                                                                                             MIAMI. Fla., met at the homc of Sabri -
        George Mueller from Belleview, Ky., at                                                                                                                                               na Herlehy May 5. Guest speaker was
        the Forest Park High School cafeteria                                                                                                                                                Cheryl Luis. a professional haircutter
        May 16. Ladies brought refreshments                                                                                                                                                   who demonstrated he r techniques and
        that were enjoyed during the evening.                                                                                                                                                gav./! helpful tips on hair care . Minister
           The next day the four Cincinnati                                                                                                                                                   AI Kersha gave a lecture on the dos and
        churches heard evangelist Gerald                                                                                                                                                      don'ts of effective communication .
        Waterhouse speak at the Cincinnati                                                                                                                                                      Louella S. Jones.
        Convention Center. Vonda Parlin.                                                                                                                                                           The PHOENIX, Ariz .. WEST
           The GLENDALE. Calif.. church had                                                                                                                                                     Women's Club had its annual men's
        a social May 2. A luncheon was served                                                                                                                                                   night May 17. Terry Hoffman organized
        buffet style in an adjoining dining hall.                                                                                                                                               the meal that began the evening . Joe and
        Tables were decorated with spring flow-                                                                                                                                                 Tamm y Tkach led table topics. Speakers
        ers and laden with fried chicken. finger                                                                                                                                                were Iris Coman. Barbara Shumann.
        sandwiches, salads and homemade des-                                                                                                                                                    Penny Havens. Vicky Fogelson and
        serts. Bonnie Adair.                                                                                                                                                                    Kathy Earls. Presiden t Phyllis Davies
            Four churches met in KITCHENER,                                                                                                                                                     introduced club director Jana Cardona.
        Ont.. for the last day of Unleavened                                                                                                                                                    who spokc about the bcginning of the
         Brcad April 25. Col in Adair. director of                                                                                                                                              club. She was presenled Wilh a popcorn
         lhe Work in Canada, spoke, Among                                                                                                                                                       popper and a glass st rawberry canister.
         those present were several deafbrethren:      CHURCH IN THE WOODS - John Ogwyn preaches to 65 young adults from the Houston. Lufkin and Austin. Tex ..                                 Kathl· Earls.
         Don Breidenthal from Jamaica. Jeff            churches May 16. (See "Singles Scene," page 9) [Photo by Hassel White)                                                                       (See CHURCH NEWS. page 91
Monday, June 15, 1981                                                                   The WORLDWIDE NEWS                                                                                                                9

      (Continued from page 8)              members enjoyed an afternoon of fun
  Thecombined ladies' night and wrap-      and fellowship May 10. Several singles
up meeting of the POPLAR BLUfF,            pro~ided a wide range of entertainment,
Mo.. Spokesman C lub took place April      which was followed by a sing-along and
25. Pastor Clyde Kilough and his wife      a fternoon tea. D~bbie Beattie.
were prescnt. Babysitting was supplied         The United Singles' Club of CLEVE-
by Wilma Ellis at her home. Linda          LAND. Ohio, visited the Welcome
Boyce.                                     Nursing Home in Oberlin, Ohio, May 9
  Thirty people attended the RICH-         and presented a videotaped flashback of
MOND. Va .• Spokesman Club ladies'         former pastor Greg Sargent's farewell
night May 2. Cocktai ls and a meal pre-    party a year ago. The visit was to show
ceded the speaki ng portion. The Most      Gene Tresch and George Witbeck the
Improved Speaker was Roger Yates;          videotape. With the aid of Sheldon
Most Helpful Evaluator was Clark           Wright. Gary Herman created a video
Hewitt; and Most Effective Speaker was     account of the event. JeffSmith.
Jim Davenport. Chip Brockmeier.               Thenewlyorganized DALLAS. Tex.,
                                           singles' group had its first camp-out May
   "Entertaining" was the theme for the    2 and 3 in the piney woodson the Ambas-
Manasota Women's Club of Tomorrow          sadorCollege. Big Sandy, Tex .• campus.
of the ST. PETERSBURG. Fla .• church       Saturday evening a wiener roast. volley-
al the May 19 meeting at Mary McCar-       ball games and sing-along took place on
ty's home. After the business portion,     the shores of Lake loma. Sunday'sactiv-
refreshments were served. President        ities included a campus service project
Sharon Campbell spoke on tact and how      and softball .!tames. A. White.
                                               Eighty-five young adults from the
                                           HOUSTON. LUFKIN and AUSTIN,
                                           Tex., churches had a camp-out at the
                                           Huntsville, Tex., State Park May 15 to
                                           17. After a stormy night of high winds       ZIMBABWE SEP - Ron Stoddart, pastor of the Salisbury, Zimbabwe, church, gives a sermon to SEP teens at
                                           and heavy rain Friday, the young adults      Bushman's Point in the lake Mcllwaine game reserve May 2. (See "Youth Activities," page 10.) [Photo by Rolf G.
                                           and IS Church members met for Sab-           Varga]
                                           bath services, which were conducted by
                                           John Ogwyn. Hassel Whit~.                    place, with third place goinft to Glendo-     Cleveland, Ohio, East, second; and            stein, 15. drew special recognition from
                                               The NASHVILLE. Tenn., singles            ra. Barry D. Curley.                          Akron, third . The Most Valuable Per-         the Superwalk sponsors when they
                                           played host to the singles of Columbus.         Six churches participatC<1 in the YOU      formers were Bonnie Hofstetter, senior        learned he completed the entire walk
                                           Ohio. May 2. The even ing began with a       district track meet in MISSOULA.              girls; Julie Pachinger, junior girls;         although he was born with only one leg
                                           buffet dinner at Heritage House Smor-        Mont., May 3. All were invited to a pot-      Harold Neldon, senior boys; and Bob           and wore an artificial leg. John's high
                                           gasbord. The group toured Nashville          luck arter services May 2. That evening       Bapst, junior boys. hhn Foster.               school classmates pledged $66 for John
                                           before going to the Grand Ole Opry.          the Missoula YOU sponsored a dance               The combined CHARLFSTON and                and he was determined to earn it all.
                                           Mary Hutcheson.                      .       and chili feed for the YOU visitors. i.LJni   PARKERSBURG. W .Va., YOU mel ~t               Larry Bambach.
                                             The United Singles of PEORIA, 111.,        Abb~y.                                        the NYA Hall in Ravenswood. W.Va .•              Missy Murff of the COLUMBUS.
                                           had a social May 17. The singles played         The Ambassadors Bowling uague of           May 16 to conduct an awards banquet.          Miss.,church entertained the Columbus
                                           softball in the morning. Then the men        PASADENA had its annual bowling               President Mark McClure was host for           and Tupelo. Miss. , award-winning
                                           placed their bids on deCQrated boxed         banquet at the Castaway Restaurant            the evening. A covered-dish dinner            cheerleaders, along with their parents
                                           lunches prepared by the women . After        overlooking Burbank, Calif:. April 27.        started the event. Awards were given to       and some friends, May 3. Everyone
                                           lunch Penni Holt led the group in a vari-    The first-place trophy went to the team        Kim Dunlap. Kelly Harper, Bobby              enjoyed a spaghetti supper and homo-
FIREHOUSE CHAT -            Joyce          ety of games. Pastor Jess Ernest and his     of Jesse Amaral Jr., Dorothy Knack-            Klein and Jeff Harper for contributing       made ice cream. The cheerleaders per-
Johnson, a nutritionist in the Los         wife Paula also enjoyed the activities of    stedt. Bob Larson. Walt Corson and Dee        the most to YOU activities. Gifts of          formed a routine, followed bya presenta-
Angeles, Calif., area, speaks at           the day. i.LJuise Barnell.                   Daniels. Other trophies were awarded to       appreciation were presentee! to coaches       tion to Andrea West and Ronda Beam of
the Firehouse, a used clothing out-                                                     Miguel Lee (high series. men), Sarah          Alice Christopher and Marty Harper            engraved necklaces as tokens of appre-
let in Pasadena. (See "Church                                                           Hesket (high series, women). Barry AII-       (checrleading), Janet Calendine (volley-      ciation for coaching the team . Pastor
                                                                                        worth and Thurston Hill (high game,           ball) and Cecile Tankersley and Jeff Val-     Roger West accepted the award on
Activities," page 8.) [Photo by Jeff
Zhorne)                                    SPORTS                                       men) and Toni Corella (high game.
                                                                                        women). John Hesket.
                                                                                                                                      let (basketball). Certificates of merit
                                                                                                                                      were presented 10 cheerleaders Kathy
                                                                                                                                                                                    behalf of his wife Andrea, who was
                                                                                                                                                                                    unable to attend. Alvin Johnsey.
to handle problems. Other speakers                                                                                                    Gorrell, Beck.y Auville, Jill Harper.            A YOU district talent contest took
included Brenda Hutchins. Beverly             The D[!<' MOINES,: Iowa, congrega-                                                       Heidi Litzinger, Sis Francis. Diane          place in CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex., May
                                           tion had its annual Family Field Day                                                        McDermott, Denise Rambsel, Renee
Yoder. Alice Porterfield and Jackie
Duray. Alice Porterfield.                  May 3 in Carlisle, Iowa. Alsopart icipat-    YOUTH                                          Litzinger. Kelly Harper and Barbara
                                                                                                                                                                                    4. Becky Karls won first place in the
                                                                                                                                                                                    senior divisio n, Tama Jouce was second
                                           ing in the event were members from                                                         Cline. Pastor Steve Botha and his wife        and Cindy lomas third. In the junior
   The Spokesman Club of SALEM.
Ore .. sponsored iLs annual graduation     Ottumwa, Iowa. Activities began with a
                                           pentathlon for chi ldren ages 3 to 5 and a
                                                                                        ACTIVITIES                                     Harlean were given a gift for their sup-
                                                                                                                                      port the past year. A disco dance fol·
                                                                                                                                                                                    division Julie Soliers was first, leila
                                                                                                                                                                                    Tucker second and Carla Hubbell third.
banquet May 10. The evening began
with prayer and a prime rib meal. After    decathlon for children ages 6 to II. Jam-                                                  lowed the awards presentation. Barbara        CB. Short.
dessert. the meeting began with the        ie Moorman placed first in the pentath-         YOU district 22 had a weekend of           Barnelt.                                         The FORT WORTH. Tex., church
table-topics session . Toastmaster Milan   lon and J.J . Gardner was runne r-up.        activities in AKRON, Ohio. May 16 and           The CLEVELAND. Ohio. EAST                   played host to a YOU district weekend
Janicich introduced the speakers:          First place in the decathlon went to         17. After Sabbath services eight teams        YOU had a formal dinner-dance May 9.          May 23 and 24. Texoma (Denison, Tex.,
Andrew Pierog. Dale Parks and Bo           Maryann Moorman, and linda O'Con-            participated in a Bible bowl. Ribbons         The evening began with a lasagna din-         church) won a Bible bowl that took place
Thomas. Pastor David Mills gave helpful                                                                                                                                             beforeSabbathservices.A talent contest
suggestions about the speeches. Mr. Jan-                                                                                                                                            and family dance took place at the Gen-
icich was presented with a graduation                                                                                                                                               eral Dynamics Recreation Hall, with
certificate. A Big Band Eradance topped                                                                                                                                             more than 400 in attendance. Tony
off the evening. Janiu Young.                                                                                                                                                       White won the seniordi~ision with a pia·
   The SALISBURY, Zimbabwe,                                                                                                                                                         nosolo.and Denesa Washington won the
Spokesman Club convened May 4 for its                                                                                                                                               junior division with a vocal presenta-
first ladies' night of the year. Members                                                                                                                                            tion .
and guests were led in table topics by                                                                                                                                                 A track meet took placcat the Univer-
Jobson Marimbe. Toastmaster Edwin                                                                                                                                                   sity of Texas at Arlington . T ~xo ma
Kutama introduced the speakerJ'i. Gor·                                                                                                                                              defeated. second place fort Worth by a
don Mwanaka won both the Most                                                                                                                                                       substantial margin. Bob Smith.
Improved and Most Effective Speakers                                                                                                                                                   The YOU of the LEGASPI CITY and
trophies. and Rogan Webster and Rob-                                                                                                                                                NAGA CITY~ Philippines, churches
son Paul shared the Most Helpful Evalu-                                                                                                                                             attended a Summer Educational Pro--
ator trophy. Evison Mutiwaukwa .                                                                                                                                                    gram at Penafrancia Resort in NagaCity
   The Women's Club of WACO. Tex .•                                                                                                                                                 May 3 to 1. Activities included sports
met at the home of Marjorie Hill May                                                                                                                                                and games. and socials every night. Lec-
 12. The women planned a get-                                                                                                                                                       lures were delivered by ministers on top-
acquainted project to become better                                                                                                                                                 ics such as " Why Are You Hol y?",
acquainted with others in the church.                                                                                                                                               "Preparations for Adulthood" and "The
 Mrs. Hill led an icebreaker discussion                                                                                                                                              FutureofGod's Youths." Rey Taniaju       M

a nd reviewed a newspaper article about                                                                                                                                             '"-The MIDDLESBROUGH, England,
hotel fire safety. Jo Gail Fry.
                                                                                                                                                                                    YOU and their families enjoyed a hike
                                                                                                                                                                                    and barbecue May 4 at Redcar on the
                                                                                                                                                                                    northeast coast of England. The group
SENIOR                                                                                                                                                                              spent the afternoon walking up Roseber-
                                                                                                                                                                                    ry Topping. and from the summit they
ACTIVITIES                                                                                                                                                                          could sec the Captain Cook Monument.
                                                                                                                                                                                    which stands at his birthplace. They
                                                                                                                                                                                    made their way back to the home of Mr.
   Eighteen seniors of the ABBOTS-                                                                                                                                                  and Mrs. Jim Parler. where they enjoyed
FORD, B.C.. church, accomp3nied by                                                                                                                                                  hot mugs of tea in front of a fire. Then
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hope . enjoyed 3nout·     SING·ALONG -     Dallas, Tex., singles enjoy a sing-along at a camp-out in the piney woods on the Ambassador                             they enjoyed a barbecue on the beach.
ing and picnic May 5. Th ey visited The    College, Big Sandy, Tex., campus May 2. (See "Singles Scene," this page.)                                                                Jacqui Harris.
Glades.a private garden open to the pub-                                                                                                                                              The NEWCASTLE-ON-T¥NE, En-
lic during May. Arterward all enjoyed      ncr was runner-up. In the 9-to 11-year-      were awarded to the winners: Toledo.           nero followed by a dance with music pro-     gland. YOU·s springtime walk along
sandwiches at the Redwoods Park JUSt a     old category Karen Pelley took first         Ohio. first place; Columbus. Ohio, AM          vided by a church band called the Fun        Hadrian's Wall in Nort humberl and
few miles away. A.L. Hankey.               place. and Holly Moorman was second.         and PM. second and third. respcctivdy;         Company. The dance was dedicated to          April 26 was transformed into an endur-
                                            Mark Day.                                   and Mansfield. Ohio, fourth. The talent        those graduating from high school this       ance test by unu sually heavy weekend
                                              GARDEN GROVE. Calir., played              performance took place that evening.           year. Each received a dictionary as a gift   snowfalls and a cold north wind.
                                           host to the YOU district 2 regionallrack     Winners in the senior division were Ran-       for his achievement. Cathy Ri~t~r.           Refreshments were enjoyed at the finish
SINGLES                                    meet May 2. Participating church areas
                                           included Garden Grove.San Diego, Riv-
                                                                                        dy Palmer. first place. and Karen Geiser,
                                                                                        second place. In the junior division Rene
                                                                                                                                          Several CINCINNATI, Ohio,
                                                                                                                                       SOUTH YOU members participated
                                                                                                                                                                                    oflhe walk . c./. Hogg.
                                                                                                                                                                                       Ten contestants competed in the
SCENE                                      e rside. long Beach. Reseda, Glendora
                                           and San Bernardino, Calif. All YOU age
                                                                                        Overton took first place. and BeLsy Ben·
                                                                                        nell was second. A dance followed the
                                                                                                                                       with about 4.000 others in Superwalk
                                                                                                                                       Sunday, a fund-raising 18-mile walk for
                                                                                                                                                                                    YOU district talen! contest in NEW-
                                                                                                                                                                                    PORT NEWS. Va .. May 10. In the
                                           groups participated. including Junior        talent contest. The next day 140 teens         the March of Dimes, April 26. The YOU        senior division. Laura Kisel look first,
   Fifty-five AUCKLAND, New Zea-           YOU membersundertheageof II.Gar-             participated in a track meet. Team             raised more than $300 for the March of       and Floyd Satterwhite Jr. was second.
land, singles and Young at Heart (YAH)     den Grove edged out San Diego for first      winners were Columbus AM. first;               Dimes. YOU member John Lichten-                 IS- CHURCH NEWS. JNt98 10)
10                                                                                                                        The WORLDWIDE NEWS                                                                                                    Monday, June 15, 1981

ANNOUNCEMENTS                                                                                                                                                                                  mRTHANNOUNCEMENT
                                                                                                                                                                                          We'd like to lett~e read·
                                                                 rHOMAS. Bo a~d Nancy (Glen). 01 S.,.",. o.e .
                                                                 boy, Jonalhan Micha el. April '''.2'''' p."' . 8                                                                         ers of The Worldw;de
BIRTHS                                                           pounds" ounc ••. now 2 boys                                                                                              News know about your
                                                                 THURSTON. John and Paula (And.raon). 01 SI.                                                                              new baby as soon as it
AT KIN SON, S'8V8 and CarLa (Boye,), 01 WlfUW.                   Louil. Mo .. boy. S •• n P"rick. May' , " '58 p .m.. 8
Ind. onl , Julie Rae. "pili 25. 9:38 p .m. , 8 pound.            pounds'2 0Ilnce,.fifllch,Id                                                                                              arrives. Just fill out this
7\; ounc •• , ~IS' child.                                                                                                                                                                 coupon and send it to the
AUSTIN, David and Keren (Kinde.) ot Bendigo,                                                                                                                                              address given as soon
"usl,.li., boy. Stephen Moch.el, May l a, 11 : 19
am . 7 pound.      13~    ounc •••      ~r.1   child             ENGAGEMENTS                                                                                                              as possible after the
                                                                                                                                                                                          baby js born.
BROCHMANN. Erik end Robyn (Alllaon), 01 Gold
Cont. AU'I'lhe, boy. Paul Oavid. Feb. 18, 11                     M•. • nd Mra . George H.yden 01 Oenv.r. Colo" I ..
p .m. 8 pound, 12 (HIne •• , now 2 boy_, I girl.                 plliSed to Innounce Ih. Inglgement 01 Iheit                                                                                Our coupon babv thl. Il18ue ie
                                                                 daught.r Carole L. Monson to RlY L. M.yll1.ick.                                                                          Su. .n 1<.11'11.... S lump . dlughler 01
DORSEY , David end Joyce (O ' Cuinn) , 0 1                       son 01 Mr. andMfI. Vir~i1E . Mey.fllckOla.nton.                                                                          Kl lth Ind MeU •• I Sl ump 01
Ch"Ie"on. W.Ve. boy. Oavid L••, May IS , 2:Oi                    Kin . Th. 'llreddin~ is plennld lor Au~ . 23 'n                                                                          P.udenl .
•. m . 1 poounde: 14 0II1'IC811.   ~.Ieh ild .
                                                                 Oenve •.

                                                                 Mr. 'nd Mr • . James Hambtin of 5<Mdh Glens F.III ,
SVANS, Ct.,g ,nd Cerolyn (en,,"). 01 Pad...clh,
Ky .• IlIrt. Rebekah Je.n, Milch 28. 7;48 pm., 1                 N.Y.. Ife pillsed 10    .nnounc:.   the fotllK:oming
                                                                 m.,.ieoe 0 1 1'1111 dl uohter P" ,y S w.nson of
                                                                                                                                                                                          81f1nt AHNOUHCI!:MENT
                                                                                                                                                                                          ' THE WORlDWIDE NEWS'
pound. 14 ounce •. now I boy. 3 g.rI • •                                                                                                                                                  80Xll'
                                                                 Rullilld. VI.. 10 Cherlel Ratchardt 01 L.ke Ketrilwl.
                                                                 N.Y. Chertes il the son of Mr. • nd Mr s . Chlnel                                                                        PASADENA, CALIF., 8'123, U.S .....
FEHR. Jake end Cl'teryl (McKelvie), 01 Pllnce
                                                                 Reich.rdt St. 01 Northport. N.Y. Bolh etlend      t_
                                Apr~ 7. 11 :23
Georg., e .c .• boy. Brandon Jacob,
am ,1pounda3ounc••• 1IOW 1 boy. 1 gill.

GERRARD. SI.v • • nd L•• nn. ("'orril), of
                                                                 Alb.ny. N.V., churCh. A .um,".r wedding i.

                                                                 Mr. • nd ...... Nail Skinner 01 Elk"",., Ind., are
                                                                                                                                                                                          Last name                            Father's flnt name      IMother's flrlt rt.me
Vlncoover, W.sh ., gl.l, Rebecc. Lynn. F.b. 15.
3 .SO I .m .. 7 pounds '2 ouncel. now 2 girls                    h.ppy to .nnounc. Ih. Ing.oe",enl ot Ih.'r                 MR. AND MRS. nllOlHY EWS
                                                                 dsu~ht., Ellen SV<!I to AllIn M. Johnston, IOn 01                                                                        Mother's malden name                 Church area or city of rMldencehtate/country
                                                                 Mr . • nd Mra. Wald.n JonnetOll 01 Welt L.t.yett.,       Ji", .nd AnHs Wilkins of We.! P.... BeacfI, FIe.,
HAtST. Brldtey.rw$ Oebor.h (Dodg.), 01 Mldllnd.                                                                           are""ppytolltll'lOUllCetMlRIrrWgaoftheirson
M,ch. boy. Joel Br.dtey. April 29. '2:14 ' .m a
                                             ..                  Ind . An Aug. 9 wedding it pl.Med.
                                                                                                                          Tim EIIIIIO Chri. YOWIg 01 Fort Lluderdlle, Fl...
pounds 6 ounce •. fi.It child.                                                                                            Jln. 18. The cenwnollY . . . pertor.-d by Ken                   Baby'sse x                Baby's first and middle rtamM
                                                                                                                          Brsdy.• minisler in tM.....,... Fla •• dM"dI . Oewl
HALL . S'.ph.n .nd Oonnl (Groome r) . o f                                                                                 EIIII,btOtheroftl'legroor'll,_sb<ntf'lllrl,.nd                    o Boy       OGlrl
Pasadenl . bOY, Miehae' Chrollopher , April 23.
5.49 p.m .. 9 pounda. ft •• lehHd .                              WEDDINGS                                                 Marl. YOUIIg. "sl... of the bride. w.s fillieS 01

HALL . Wa.w,ck and I<effln ("'cl<•• ). 01 Menindee.
                                                                                                                          and I"end   I'"
                                                                                                                          horIor . The couple tlaide In POf'IIP8IIO 8e1Cll. Fie ..
                                                                                                                                          Fotl L.uderdUe cr..dI.
                                                                                                                                                                                          Month 01 birth            Day of month         Time of day
Aust.atla. girl. Juslin. EtllIb. th. Apritfl. 7:30a .m.,                                                                                                                                                                                            O P.M .
7 pounds'" ounce. n-ow 2 girls .
                                                                                                                                                                                           Number 01 sons you now have*                  Numl)erof daughters you now have
HARPER. David end .... rilyn (DrO, I) . 01 Herrin, Ill ..
!iiIIf'. Rebeccah L.igh. May 15.15 pm . 7 poundl 13
ounces. now 2 !iiI lrll.
                                                                                                                          To my loving hllltMnd Vie; HIA>Y .fIIlAo.....ry,                *tncludlng neWborn                                                               6-81
HEIDRICH. Randy and Sandra (Mia.c:hnick). 01 Enid ,                                                                       Dear. June 8 . Then !WI vaarsiooetherhavi been
Oldl, glfl. Raeh.1 Dawn, May 7 . • 07 p.m .. 9                                                                            .he moel wonder1u1 .nd hIIIIIIng ye.,.. at my ,;tl.
pounds 31.0 oonce. now 1 boy .• !iiI,,1                                                                                   Th.nks 10 YOU. 'lie . ThaM yOIf lot IoorinQ me .nd
                                                                                                                          our lwo beellfiful IOnS . I Jove ~. Mlrgeret.              dren, 2 1 grandc hildren and 21 great-                grandchildren who live in the Knoxville
HOLM, R.ndy Ind Belh (HaIMI). 01 ChampltOn,
III. glf" Shallan Liesel , April 7. 2:"3 p m .• pound                                                                     Michs.: Ow Ire! year 01 marriaoe ha. been IlIed            grandchi ldren.
5ounc:... tlrs. chIld.                                                                                                    with 10 m• .,..,. WOOIdef1uI bIeuinga. No. 1. having
                                                                                                                          you . . my hueband end No. 2. _        beautiful eon
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              SAN DIEGO. Calif. - Beatrice lvi-
HOnlE. Sluart and Timmy (W.lle.I). of Gf.nd
R.pld •. M,"n . boy. Jo.hua Leon. M.y ... 15:50
I .m .. 7 pounds II ouncel. ~ral child.
                                                                                                                          Ind  I"""
                                                                                                                          bom MlrclI2e.Happy ~. Batry.Joone29.
                                                                                                                                     you for W'OUI" Io¥a. My kwe Is rows
                                                                                                                                                                                        DUNNVILLE, Ont. - Orlin E.
                                                                                                                                                                                     Stewart. 59. a Church member ' since
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           cevic. 52. died at home in Carlsbad,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Calif., May 24 after a lengthy bout with
HOWIE . Don llId Clsra (Andr. . .). of Chlmpaign,                                                                         A hippy 35th   weddIng..w.-y ....        1510 our          1966, died May 19. Funeral services
HI .• boy. Metlhew Juan. Mlfeh 30. 1:03 p .m., 8                                                                          parents. Mr . • nd Mfl . Gerh.rd K.lber of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           cancer. She followed her husband Paul
                                                                                                                                                                                     were conducted by Tony Wasilkoff. pas-
poundl 12 0<InC4I •• Itll c hild.                                                                                         Gia6Mr.I .... T.K. Welo¥a)'Oll. Gacwve, luftn end                                                                in death [WN, April 20) by about th ree
                                                                                                                          boy.                                                       tor of the Hamilton and St . Catharines.
JARVIS Gtry .nd Donna (Sinnw) , 01                     o.n~er,
                                                                                                                          COIIgI'lIuIIliQfta and napPy ~ ~ .... y
                                                                                                                                                                                     Ont .• c hurches.
COlo . • girl. Amber Brook•. MI.eh 27. 1:55 p .m ..          a                                                                                                                                                                                Both Mr. and Mrs . Ivicevic were
pound. 8 oonea,.It.1 ehOkl.                                                                                               I~ to JoI\II .IId Toni RIMa. .... Md .... Raine               Mr. Stewart is survived by his wire,
                                                                                                                          hew. been members of Goer. a..ct\ tot alInost
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           active in the San Diego church. Their
                                                                                                                                                                                     two sons. five stepchildren. five grand-
I<L1MOWICZ. John .nd Llndl, 01 SnmI'Ia o--en,                    MR. AND MRS. MIKE WOODRUFF                               13 yel" .nd .tt.nd Ii'll _Iy es •• bU.hed                                                                        three children, all baptized members,
Mich .. boy. AIeKII>derPe'lI1, Mlfeh 21, 1 poundl a                                                                       Slocklon, CIlif.. c:hureh. ___ .... Reina Ie •             children. his mother and four sisters.                attend services here. They are Thomas
ouncea.                                                          AlillB Elayne Hadley, d.ughtll1 01 Mr. end Mr•.          de.eon. With IllllCflIo¥a IrOIIII the SIoCIktOft a..cn
                                                                 Rohert Reeky of Ew.nsville , Ind .. Ind MIch." Jon       and Jerry and KInI.                                                                                              and James Ivicevic and S haron S her-
I<OLODZIEJ. Joseph end J aniee, of ChieeOO, III.,                Woodrvt WIl1. married AprIl " II lhe Log Inn in                                                                                                                           man. Surviving grandchildren are Bryan
boy. OUIlin Jerlml.h . F.b.I. 11:30 p.m., al!t                   Warrenton, Ind. Doug McCoy. I mlnist., In A"enl. ,       To my hu.band Ed Schneider: H.pp'l" IUlh                       JESSIEVILLE. Ark. - Paul Castle-
pounds. now 3 boy •. 1 oi,l                                      Ga.., performed the ell1emony. The -ft-'Ywed.            .1InIver'NIry "'y30. WithIoM'--)'OWprtnce,aa,              berry, 43. a member of God's Church                   and Elizabeth Ivicevic. Mrs. Ivicevic is
                                                                 •• Iide In pu.denl.                                      Fran.
KURR , RIY .nd P.m (Clemenl), of Tul. . , ~' •. ,                                                                                                                                    since 1960, died March 18. Gene Grif-                 also survived by four sisters and four
girl. Brandl .... rth ••. April 21. 12:55 p .m .. 9                                                                                                                                  fin. a minister in the Little Rock. Ark .•            brothers,
pounds8~el.tkslchild.                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Evangelist Norman Smith conducted
MAVtS. L....enc•• nd Jo Ellen (Deily), 01 Toledo.
OftIO. boy. Frenldin Earl, May 10, 11:09 a .m .. 1
pounda .2 ounce" Iirll cI'Iild.
                                                                                                                          Obituaries                                                 church. conducted runeral services.
                                                                                                                                                                                         Mr. Castleberry is survived by his
                                                                                                                                                                                     wife Martha; seven sons. Eric. Gteg.
                                                                                                                                                                                     Bryan. Timothy, Kelley, Steven and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           funeral services. Interment for Mrs. lvi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           cevic was beside her husband in Eternal
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Hills Memorial Park. in Oceanside.
"'cCOY, Don.nd plt1K!y (lMeN) , 01 Pi"av~te, Md.,                                                                                                                                                                                          Calif.
boy. Juon Kenneth. April 22. 8:32 p.m .. 7 pound.                                                                             BOLINGBROOK, Ill. -                          Jason     Jonathan; two daughters, Paula and
11'-, OIIflC.s. now 3 boy • •                                                                                             Scott Regnier. 4. died March 28 or mul·                    Kathy; a nd one grandchild, all or Con-
                                                                                                                          tiple rractures resulting rrom an auto                     way. Ark.; his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim                 SAN DIEGO. Cal if. - Trula Mae
MORRISON. P1'\i1ip . nd Le. (COK). 01 Sler.menlo.
C.~I .. girl. Rld\eI L•• , April 1, " :30 ' .m., 1                                                                        accident that involved the entire ramily.                                                                        Brown. 55. a nat ive or Tennessee. died
poutld. 10 oun«.,        ".t   child.
                                                                                                                          Roy Holladay. pastor of the Chicago.
                                                                                                                                                                                     Castleberry or Jessieville; one brother.
                                                                                                                                                                                     J . W . Castleberry; and two sisters, Mary            May 19 in the Balboa, Calif., Naval Hos-
PERRY. Mich •• 1 . nd P';lema (Booka.). at                                                                                III .• West church. conducted runera1ser·                  Sutton and Magdalene Blackmon of Jes-                 pital . funeral services were conducted
Washington. O.C .. boy. Michl" I. . .c Jtt., March
                                                                                                                          vices.                                                     sieville.                                             by Norman Smith, pastor of the San
29. 6 :58 p.m.. 7 pound. 10 ounc'l .....1 cMd .
                                                                                                                              Jason is survived by his parents, Scott                                                                      Diego ehur<:h. Interment was in River-
RAMPY . Royc a .nd Rebacc. ("'.'lh.U), 01
                                                                                                                          and Susan Regnier; one brother. Jaren;                                                                           side.Calif,
Oe"". T.K ., boy. Royc. Adlm, .... y e, ~: 26 pm.,
1 poundll3 00IftC •• ,   "s. child.                                                                                       one sister. Jodie; grandparents. Clarence                    KNOXVILLE. Tenn . -             He nry
                                                                                                                                                                                     Pritchard. 56, a C hurch member since
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mrs. Brown is survived by her hus-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           band Herbert; one son. Kenneth, of Mis-
REYNOLDS , Ron.ld and Judy (Kle'er). of                                                                                   and Lucille Svehla and lJoyd and Betty
Olendlll., Ariz .. boy. Ryln lH. AprU 9, 8 :52 p ."' ..                                                                   Regnier; and great-grandparents.. aunts,                   1964. died unexpectedly of an apparent                souri; one daughter. Janet Hopkins, of
6 pounds a" O\II'IC.I, IIrll child
                                                                                                                          uncles and cousins.                                        hea rt attack May 9. He had been                      Michigan; and one grandchild.
RYlANO. Peter end Jenny. of Conw.y, W.,,, .                                                                                                                                          employed by Ambassador College in
boy, "'''tnew John, M.y 22, ~ pounda 3 oune.s,                    MR. AND MRS. H. BRADLEY JR.                                                                                        Pasadena for 14 years asa foreman in the                 VICTORIA, S.c. -Olive Bomford.
now 2 boy • .
                                                                 P ••• lcil Autry, d.~ter 01 JI"''' end Emliline             CULLISON. Kan. -                        Mary B.         Building Maintenance Department .                     81, died May I after suffering a heart
SHEPPERO, SI.n .nd Lori (McCullovgh). of                         Aulry, and Hel.nilh Br.dIey Jtt., Ion 01 Mr • • nd       Toothaker.92.aiongtimememberorthe                          David Orban. pastor of the Knoxville                  attack twO weeks earlier. Funeral ser-
Bend. o.e., boy, Jordan P.ul. Feb. 11, ,,:15 • .m .. 7           Mr•. Hezn •• h &r.dIey. w.... unlled in IIIIrrilga
pounds 5 0VIICe., IlOW 1 boy. 1 g.itl.                           Mey 18., Yotk. Pa. J .....I Ro.eenU'II, ~llor 01         Wichita. Kan .• church. died May 13.                       church . conducted funeral services.                  vices were conducted by Bill Rabey. pas-
                                                                 th. H..rl.bu'~ , P. " church , p.rformed Ih.             Because or poor health. she had not been                     Mr. Pritchard is survived by his wire               tor of the Victoria church. Mrs. Bom-
TE ... PlE. DvaAe end Steph,me (McConnetl). o'                   ceremony. M.id of honor wei Psm Autry , Ind best
0.".1. T•• " girl. c. ...ndr. Ann. Maw 12 .• 1:19                man _I Helnlllh &radlloy Sr. The cQlOPIe       ,"icte    able to attend services ror several years.                 Lois; a son, Danny; two daughters, Lori               rord is survived by her children, Elsie
p .m .. 1 pounds 15 OUfICal, lit" child .                        in~viIIe.N. C.                                           Mrs. Toothakerissurvived by eisbtchil-                     Pritchard and Nelda Austin; and rour                  and Percy Bomford .

                                                                                                                          CHURCH NEWS                                                                                                         The annual SAN JOSE, Cal if. , talent
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           contest took place April 26 at San Jose's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           City College Auditorium. Contestants
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           rrom Reno. Nev .• and Modesto. Oak·
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           land, fresno and Sacramento, Calif.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           participated. Winning first place for the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Valley (Modesto. FresnoandSacramen-
                                                                                                                                  (Continued fnIm ....
                                                                                                                          They will both advance to the regionals.
                                                                                                                                                                      9'             Camp of Gulod sa Batulao, Batangas.
                                                                                                                                                                                     Activities were ball games, swimming,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           to) in the senior division was Lora Lynn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Ho lum. who received 477 poi nt s.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Nathan Holum placed first for the Val-
                                                                                                                          III the junior diyision, first place went to               obstacle-course run, kite flying. moun-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ley in the junior division. First-place
                                                                                                                          Allison Schilansky. and Fawn Leasure                       taineering, a beach outing and lectures
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           winners for the Bay Area (Oakland)
                                                                                                                          was second. Allison will also compete in                   on various topics. Films about the family
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           were Neil Wimer in the senior division
                                                                                                                          the regionals. Arter the competition, the                  and animals were shown, and the SEP
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           and Tina Simms in the junior division.
                                                                                                                          Norfolk, Va .• YOU had a surprise fare-                    delegates had a talent night. A Bible
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Other competitors were Stefanic Wil·
                                                                                                                          well party for thei; advisers. Mr . and                    quiz.. a dance and bonfire also took place.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           son, Jeanne Billingsley, Tina Loard . Lee
                                                                                                                          Mrs. Jack Demirgian. who are moving                        SEP was capped by an awards night
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Ann Olson and Carol Morgan. Com-
                                                                                                                          from the area. The leens presented them                    where outstanding participants were
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            mentators were John Jester and Doug
                                                                                                                          with a plaque. Mr. and Mrs. William C.                     honored for their achievements. Local
                                                                                                                          Prykt'.                                                                                                           Burkes. Entertainme nt was provided by
                                                                                                                                                                                     elde r Pete Melendez was camp director.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            the San Jose Sunbeams, a group of
                                                                                                                              The semiannual ceremonial or t he                      He was assisted by Jonat han Bayogan,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           cheerleadcrs coached by Sharalin Cox:
                                                                                                                          PASADENA Camp Fire Girls took                              Jess Puzon, Enrico Benemerito and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Elva Alvarezand Donna Lopez. who per-
                                                                                                                          place May 17 in the Imperial School                        Estela Angel. Jonathan Bayogan.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            formed a comedy skit: and the Sun Set, a
                                                                                                                          gym nasium. The girls and thei r families                      Teenagers ofthe SALISBURY. Zim-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            groupof young men who sang to the beat
                                                                                                                          enjoyed a potluck on the grassy a reaoul- ...              babwe. church spent May I through 4 at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            of the drums and guitar. Robin Merrill.
                                                                                                                          side the gymn asium before the program                     SEP in the Lake Mcllwaine game
                                                                                                                          began. In the presentation. each girl                      rcserve. Activities included hiking, vol-                 YOU members and paren ts from live
                                                                                                                          received from her group leader t he                        leyball , sohball and football. Several                church a reas attended a YOU semin3r in
                                                                                                                          badges and beads she had earned. Janice                    at tempts were made to water-ski on a                  WINNIPEG. Man., May I through 3. A
                                                                                                                           Fraund.an Adventurer leader, who had a                    homemade board, which broke, and on a                  Bible bowl on Friday night was con-
                                                                                                                          baby boy in April. was surprised with the                  table that now rests on the lake bottom.               ducted by Ken Frank . Before Sabbath
                                                                                                                          gift of a baby quilt made by the girls in                  Canoeists attempting to c ross t he lake               services, the young people participated
                                                                                                                          her club. Ot'lores Schroeder.                               met with heavy squalls and capsized, but              in a sing·along. Volleyball games were
 DEAF ICEBREAKER - Scott Hottle, deaf since birth , gives his icebreak-                                                       Eigh ty-four YOU members from six                       were rescued by a motorboat standing                  the main atlraction after sunset. Sunday.
 er speech in American Sign Language at the Imperial church's Spokes-                                                     ch urches in Northern Luzon. PHILIP-                        by. Sabbath se rvices were conducted by               Paul Linchan. Mr. Frank, Roy Page <Iud
 man Club in Pasadena May 21. Kevin landis translated the speech for                                                       PINES. attended a Summer Education-                        Ron Stoddart by the lakeside at Bush·                 Don Mears presented half- hour lectures
 club members. [Photo by Jeff Zhorne]                                                                                     al Progran. May 3to 7 at the Fellowship                     man's Point. RolfG. Varga.                            on various topics. Doug Aime.
Monday, June 15, 1981                                                             The WORLDWIDE NEWS

Couple review 58 married years~
recall activities at Bricket Wood
                                         lifetimes. Mrs. Cardy recalls meet-      to their apartment in Hemel Hemp-
   Paul Suckling;s a minister in         ing King George V and Queen Mary         stead, England , after Sabbath ser-
 the SI . Albans. England .              at Buckingham Palace in 1917. Her        vices. Many of those students, with
 church.                                 brother, William Ernest Gandell,         memories of evening card games
                                         was awarded the Military Cross           and fellowship with Gran and Gran-
         By Paul Suckling                during the occasion. He was an offi-     dy, now serve in the Church around
  BRICKET WOOD, England -                cer in the Royal Flying Corps, the       the world. The Cardys still endeavor
Ernest and Isabelle Cardy, "Gran"        forerunner of the present-day Royal      to correspond with many of them .
and "Grandy" to members here,            Air Force.                                  Their golden wedding anniversa-
will have much to celebrate on their        Before marrying her husband,          ry was celebrated in the Bricket
58th wedding anniversary June 23.        Mrs. Cardy was offered a job as an       Wood International Lounge in
  Age 84 and 83 respectively, the        illustrator for the then ftedgling       1973. The Cardys were presented
Cardys have enjoyed event~filled         Walt Disney cartoon organization,        with a framed copper etching of the
                                         which would have required her to         Pasadena Auditorium on their 55th
                                         move to the United States. She           anniversary.
                                         declined the offer and married Mr.          Writing regularly to some 100
Storms                                   Cardy.
                                            Artistic talent runs in the family.
                                                                                  brethren around the world, the cou-
                                                                                  ple are active members of the
                                         Sian, the Cardy's granddaughter,         Church. They attend the S1.
     (Continued from PI9I 11             has illustrated books for several        Albans, England, church and have
  In the southern suburb of Lake-        authors. She did the original draw-      two sons, Ernest and Antbony; four      58TH ANNIVERSAIW - 51. Albans, England, Church members Ernesl
wood, members Joe and Allison            ings for George Orwell's 1984.           grandchildren; and two great-           and Isabelle Cardy, "Gran" and "Grandy/' pose during their 58th' year of
Milich watched as wind and hail             The couple's first contact with       grandchildren.                          marriage.
stripped trees of their leaves.   ~'We
                                         the Church came in 1958 when Mrs.
had over 30 minutes ofa hard down- '     Cardy heard Herbert W. Arm-
pour of hail," Mrs. Milich said. "It     strong's voice over Radio Luxem-
was coming down with such force
that it pitted the lawn. It was worse
than autumn . All the leaves came
                                         bourg. After writing to the London
                                         Office for literature, she began
                                         attending Sabbath services there.
                                                                                  Member.cuts wood to cut costs
down in 30 minutes."                        Mr. and Mrs. Cardy attended
   MembersGlen and Darlene Mar-          services and Festivals regularly,                                                travel 135 miles using only a gallon       to use gasoline, charcoal or a mix-
shall live in Lakewood, near where       eventually being baptized by evan-
                                                                                     Rex Morgan ;s a local elder          and a half of fuel. Mr. Gaelic, a          tureofboth .
one tornado touched down . Mr.           gelist Raymond F. McNair in               serving in the Auckland and            retired engineer, lives in a sparsely         Mr. Gaelic finds that charcoal is
Marshall repor~ed that the tornado       1962.                                     Whangorei. New Zealand.                populated area in northern New             best for normal driving. Hill climb-
went over them, but did consid-             They were on hand for the              churches.                              Zealand. To cut costs in traveling 'to     ing or sudden acceleration requires
erable damage in the field behind        ground-breaking ceremony of the                                                  the Whangarei church, he designed          a bit of gasoline. ··Driving on half
their home.                              college gymnasium here, conducted                 By RexMorg. .                  and built a charcoal burner for his        charcoal and half petrol [gasoline I
   After the June 3 storm, the Den-      by Mr. ArmSirong March 9, 1965.             WHANGAREI, New Zealand               car. a Morris 1800.                        feels almost the same as using pure
ver membership can attest to God's       The Cardys often invited students        - Church member Ivan Gaelic can            Mr. Gaelic produces the cbarcoal        petrol," he noted.
protection in violent weather.                                                                                            used in the car by burning black              The burner holds enough char-
                                                                                                                          wattle trees, which produce the best       coal to take him 100 miles if no gas-
                                                                                                                          charcoal available to him.                 oline is used. Using part charcoal
                                                                                                                             He roasts logs at a temperature of      and part gasoline, he can go between
                                                                                                                          600 degrees . Twenty hours later the       80 and 90 miles on a gallon of gaso-
                                                                                                                          logs are large lumps of charcoal. The      line.
                                                                                                                          charcoal is then crushed and put              Driving such a car docs have its
                                                                                                                          into the burner fitted on the back of      drawbacks though. "Traffic officers
                                                                                                                          the car.                                   have pulled me over to ask what I
                                                                                                                             Before leaving on a trip. it's a sim-   have on the back of the car," said
                                                                                                                          ple job to light the burner, he said. A    Mr. Gaelic. "But it's all worth it as
                                                                                                                          switch on the dashboard allows him         long as it ge~ me to church!"

                                                                                  TORNADOES HIT - Above, Den-
                                                                                  ver, Colo., Churoh members Elmer
                                                                                  and Renada Heilbrun stand by
                                                                                  their undamaged home. Below.
                                                                                  left: The back of 8 home. only five
                                                                                  houses away from the Heilbruns',        CHARCOAL POWER -          Church member Ivan Gaelic stands beside his
                                                                                  suffered extensive damage by tor-       Morris 1800 automobile in New Zealand. The car is fueled by burning
                                                                                  nadoes June 3. [Photos by Joe           charcoal in a burner that Mr. Gaelic designed and attached to the back of
                                                                                  Milich]                                 the car.

                                                                                  Industry award goes to member
                                                                                     GRAND FORKS, N.D. -                  supplies the electric power needs of         He told a reporter that Ameri-
                                                                                  Andrew L. Freeman, general man-         about 70 ,000 rural customers              cans live in a "get" society, rather
                                                                                  ager. of Minnkota Power Coopera-        through 12 associated distribution         than a '''g ive'' society. We are always
                                                                                  tive, was voted the electric industry   cooperatives in Minnesota and              competing for more money and
                                                                                  Man oftheYear for 1981 by readers       North Dakota.           '                  more position." he added .
                                                                                  of Electric Light & Power maga-
                                                                                                                             The Man of the Year, featured in           A graduate of the University of
                                                                                  zine. A deacon in the Grand Forks
                                                                                                                          the April, 1981, Electric Light &          North Dakota, Mr. Freeman has
                                                                                  church, the 72-year-old Mr. Free-
                                                                                                                          Power magazine, said the future            been an amateur radio operator
                                                                                  man received the award April 28.
                                                                                                                          looks bleak for America.                   since college days. He has helped
                                                                                     Perhaps he is best known in the
                                                                                                                                                                     U .S . servicemen call hom e and has
                                                                                  industrial world as having invented        " Our nation is on the way to the       aid ed flood disaster work .
                                                                                  the headbolt heater, a device for       woodshed and we will take a real
                                                                                  warming automobile cooling sys-         good lickin g before it 's done," Mr.         Mr . Freeman li ves in Grand
                                                                                  tems in frigid climates.                Freeman said . As a nation, "we pre-       Forks with his wife Francis. Their
                                                                                     Th e Minnkota fi rm . headed by      tend to be religious but don' t keep       son, Andrew L. f reeman Jr. , also
                                                                                  Mr. freeman fo r the past 40 years,     the Comma ndme nts."                       attends the Grand For ks ch urch.
 12                                                                                The WORLDWIDE NEWS                                                                      Monday, June 15,1981

                              PD£'lIT E

     HIALEAH. Fla. - The ruture           that God will be calling some of
  revealed by Bible prophecy and          these people, and we look forward to
  man's ultimate potential were the       working with them."
 subjects covered by Miami. Fla.,           Additional Bible lectures in the
  pastor AI Kersh. May 13 and 14 in       Miami area are planned for the fall ,
  two Bible lectures for Plain Truth      he noted.
  readers here.
     More than 80 new people heard
  Mr. Kersha in the Holiday Inn here,                   " ""
 with member Ronald Dopico pr<r
 viding a simultaneous Spanish lan-           PASADENA - Ministerial
                                                                                   PREPARING FOR DIG - Richard Paige, Pasadena Ambassador College faculty member, explains geography of
 guage translation. "We have a large      Services here released the following
                                                                                   Israel to a group leaving for the archaeological dig in Jerusalem June 24. [Photo by Sylvia Owen]
 readership of La Pura Verdad             cities and dates for evangelist Ger·
 (Spanish Plain Truth) here in the        aid Waterhouse's continuing tour.
  Miami area, so we invited those            July 3, Hagerstown and Cumber-
 readers a1so," reported Mr. Kersha.      land, Md., Winchester, Va., com-                                                                                             na. He almost became one of the 40
    Many positive comments were           bined Bible study; July 4. Washing-                                                                                          casualties when the cave where they
                                                                                                                                                                       were looking for gold collapsed.
 received concerning the lectures.
 according lothe Miami pastor. "We
                                          ton. D.C.; July 5. Richmond. Va.;
                                          July 6. Norrolk. Va.; July 7. Laurel.                          INTERNATIONAL                                                    "Moments before the accident,
                                                                                                                                                                       he was right there in the cave
 had one interesting visitor in the       Md.; July 8, Baltimore, Md.
 fOTm of a local Republican party
 official," he said. "He was particu-
                                             July 9, Wilmington, Del.; July
                                           II. Philadelphia. Pa.; July 12. Ham-
                                                                                                         DESK ~ MA-f}1~~~                                              together with his 40 companions
                                                                                                                                                                       (not members). He was sent out on
 larly interested in the prophetic part   monton, N.J.; July 13, Trenton,                                                                                              an errand by their team leader and
 of the Bible lectures."                  N.J.; July 14. Montvale. N.J.; July                                                                                          had not yet gone far when he sud-
    Mr. Kersha. reported that he felt     15. Union. N.J.; July 18. Manhat-                                                                                            denly heard a big explosion that
 the saturation of both The Plain                                                     PASADENA - Reports rrom                 Mr. Ames visited the area in mid-      . killed all his co-workers."
                                          tan and Long Island. N. Y., com-
 Truth and fA Pura Verdad in the                                                   G uy Ames, regional director in the     March, negotiating dangerous and               While in Mindanao, Mr. Ames
                                          bined services; July 19, Brooklyn.
 Miami metropolitan area was good,                                                 Philippines, tell of hardships faced    slippery mud by jeep, and crossing          ordained the 32nd Filipino elder in
                                          Queens. N. Y.
 as a newsstand program there                                                      by members in the southern island       swollen Tivers on a native boat (ban-       God's Church in this era. He is
                                             July 20. Albany. N.Y.; July 21.
 distributes thousands of PTs and                                                  of Mindanao.                            ka) to reach brethren in northern
                                          Springfield. Mass.; July 22. Meri-                                                                                           Petronilo Leyson, who until then
 PVs each mon·th. "Of course," he                                                     Torrential rains starting last       Davao and Agusan provinces. Food            was a ministerial trainee.    He  is
                                          den, Conn.; July 23, Providence,
 added, "we hope to increase the cir-                                              December brought flooding and           supplies are short, but all are in high     employed full time by the Work and
                                          R.I.; July 25. Boston. Mass.; July
 culation."                               26. Concord. N.H.; July 27. Mont-        devastation. Brethren lost crops and    spirits.                                    will continue to serve the brethren
    Several of the new people attend-     pelier, Vt.; July 28, Portland,          property, but none were killed.            Churches in the northern island          in Butuan City.
 ing the lectures have requested                                                   Flood waters in some areas rose to      of Luzon sent clothing and money to
                                          Maine; and July 29, Bangor,
 visits, Mr. Kersha said. "We hope                                                 above rooftop level for days at a       their brethren in the beleaguered                   United Kingdom ads
                                                                                   time. Roads were washed out.            provinces.                                    The fint of Mr. Armstrong's
                                                                                                                                        Danger.rea                    advertisements have now appeared
                                                                                                                                                                      in three of the top British newspa-
                                                                                                                              On the way to Sabbath services
 Argentine brethren cooperate                                                                                              some brethren in northern Davao
                                                                                                                           were caught in crossfire between
                                                                                                                           government and rebel forces. They
                                                                                                                                                                      pers: The Times, The Daily Tele-
                                                                                                                                                                      graph and The Daily Mail. The
                                                                                                                                                                      first advertisement discussed the
                                                                                                                                                                      modern educational system.
                                                                                                                           were shaken. but unhurt.
                                                                                                                                                                         The Daily Mail received quite a

 to increase circulation of PV
                                                                                                                              Local elder -Mario Dulguime
                                                                                                                                                                      number of adverse letters from
                                                                                                                           wrote of another incident of God's
                                                                                                                                                                      redders concerning our advertising.
                                                                                                                                                                      Unfortunately, Our ads followed
                                                                                                                              "On April I. brethren were wit-
                                                                                                                                                                      closely behind the biggest libel
     BUENOS AIRES. Argentina -                                                                                             nesses to the divine protection of
                                          Bahia Blanca and Ezeiza. pastor             Supermarkets, dry cleaners,                                                     action they had experienced. when
  LA Pura Verdad (Spanish Plain                                                                                            God. The mining site where they
                                          Luis Chavez coordinated placing          bookstores. pharmacies and news-                                                   they won their case. against the
                                                                                                                           were panning gold was fired upon by
  Truth) circulation in this country      nearly 200 Pura Verdad card hold-        stands received many cardholders .                                                 Moonies. The Daily Mail has now
                                                                                                                           the rebels, hitting a policeman and
  increased 433 percent since Janu-       ers March 19 to 21 with members          Many were placed next to train tick-                                               decided to cancel all our advertising
                                                                                                                           three CHDF (Civilian Home
. ary, 1980. according to evangelist      Jose Luis Bastias, Roberto CancJini,     et windows and public telephones.                                                  rather than risk upsetting their
                                                                                                                           Defense Force) men. Stray bullets
  Leon Walker, regional director of       Carlos Espinoza, Rumilio Godoy           More than a thousand cards were                                                    readers.
                                                                                                                           killed a woman and seriously
  God's Work in Spanish-speaking          and Manuel Sepulveda.                    distributed in one day at one card-                                                   We shall be continuing in the
  countries. .                                                                                                             injured another.
                                             Working under advice and guide-       holder, where Mr. Canclini com-                                                    Times and the Telegraph and will
                                                                                                                              "Moments before one of the
     Mr. Walker attributed the            lines from Mr. Walker and PVpro-         mented that "people took cards out                                                 look into the possibilities of adver-
                                                                                                                           CHDF men was relied by a bullet.
  increase to "extra effort" by breth-    motional director Keith Speaks in        almost without interruption."                                                      tising in the quality Sunday papers.
                                                                                                                           Church member Geronimo Espara-
  ren here in a sustai ned PV adver-      Pasadena, the six members began             Some of the people involved in                                                     At the same time as Mr. Arm-
                                                                                                                           gosa was talking with him. Had it
  tiSing campaign. More than 1,500        placing the cardholders. or tarjete-     the project traveled 500 to 600 miles                                              strong's ads appear, smaller adver-
                                                                                                                           not been for the timely arrival of
  new subscribers were added in six       ros as they arecalled, in zona centri-   at their own expense to participate,                                               tisements designed to attract read-
                                                                                                                           another member, Benito Parbo, who
  weeks through the PV cardholder         co, where train and subway termi-        Mr. Walker said. Others traveled                                                   ers of The Plain Truth are being
                                                                                                                           took hold of Esparagosa's hand and
  program.                                nals. bus stations, taxi stands and a    IIh hours each day from outside                                                    placed on a regular basis in other
                                                                                                                            forced him to leave, he could have
     The evangelist noted that with       major airport draw millions of           Buenos Aires to reach distribution                                                 major publications.
                                                                                                                            been hit too.
  the backing of congregations in         people daily.                            points, he added.
                                                                                                                               "Upon hearing the gunshot, the             An adverti sement in the TV
                                                                                                                           other brethren dived to the ground          Times has pulled about 2.000
                                                                                                                            and took cover among the huge              replies, of which about 70 were tele-
                                                                                                                            boulders, while bullets rained upon        phone calls. This insert and other
                                                                                                                            them .                                    smaller advertisements will enable
                                                                                                                               .. Another example of divine            us to build the file to a higher level
                                                                                                                           deliverance was Reynaldo Obliga-            this year than we had last year.

                                                                                                                           GasoWre customer fills up
                                                                                                                           with Plain Truth articles
                                                                                                                               TERRE HAUTE. Ind. - Inter-              car was ready to go, but noticing the
                                                                                                                           est in The Plain Truth is rising, as        customer's preoccupation with The
                                                                                                                           illustrated by Steve Nutzman, pas-          Plain Truth. offered to drive his car
                                                                                                                           tor of the church here.                     out of the pump area."
                                                                                                                               Mr. Nulzman said that a gasoline           Continuing, Mr. Nutzman said,

                  ,                                                                                                        station owner told one of the Plain
                                                                                                                            Truth newsstand volunteers an
                                                                                                                                                                       "The man readily agreed and con-
                                                                                                                                                                       tinued to devour the magazine.
                                                                                                                           experience involving one of hi s            Finally, having read every article in
                                                                                                                            friends and the PT.                        The Plain Truth. he left the office
                                                                                                                               "While .stocking the news-              and drove off."
                                                                                                                           stand ... the station owner told him           This was unusual , Mr. Nutzman
                                                                                                                            [the newsstand volunteer] about a          pointed out, because the customer
                                                                                                                           customer who drove up for gas, and          had a 30-year friendship with the
                                                                                                                            while the stat ion attendant serviced      station owner, and the owner said
                                                                                                                            his car [he] noticed the Plain Truth       "he had never seen him read a maga-
                                                                                                                            rack in the office," related Mr.           zine. newspaper or anything else!"
 SPREADING GOOD NEWS - Developed by the Work's Spa nish Department, the La Pura Verdad(Spanish Plain                        Nutzman.                                    Mr. Nutzman said that the station
 Truth) cardholder provides an inexpensive mean s of obtaining subscriptions in Latin America, according to PV                 "He went in, took a magazi ne. sat      owner concluded that The Plain
 promotion director Keith Speaks . Postal and other restrictions often prohibit widespread use of the PVnews-               down and became totally absorbed.           Truth must be an unusually inter-
 stand program. [Photo by Warren Watson1                                                                                    Soon the owner told the man that his       esting magazine.

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