Today Lord Wark, the Scottish judge, sums up last week's discussion on betting and gambling and deals with listeners' letters on the subject. Last week the moral rather than the legal aspect was debated.
Betting and gambling is the penultimate subject of the series. Next Sunday, the day following Christmas, the speakers will raise the problems of home and family, and at the beginning of January Lord Wark will say goodbye to his Sunday afternoon audience.
(Church of Scotland) from St. Giles Cathedral,
Order of Service
Paraphrase xxxix 1, 2, 5-7, Hark, the glad sound, the Saviour comes ! (Tune, Winchester)
Call to Prayer
Prayers and Lord's Prayer Prose Psalm xcviii
Lesson, John i, 1-14 Apostles' Creed
Prayer of Intercession
Hymn, Christ is coming! (Rv. C.H.
Address by the Very Rev. CHARLES L. WARR , C.V.O., D.D., Dean of the Thistle and Chapel Royal
Hymn, The first Nowell the angel did say (Rv. C.H. 45; S.P. 384)
Organist, W. Greenhouse Allt
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