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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta April II, THt LETHMIDGE HIULD t Don't Sell It IJke Cosmetics Or Tobacco Christianity h Good News UJXDON use sex to sell all lands of products, be said: I think, is very 'ul-selling some article which nothing la do with sei at all presenting it through a sex- d medium H ADE HIS POLNT Last Christmas, the arch- isfaop contributed m article to mass-circulatJOB N'etra of he World after earlier refusing write for the Sunday news- paper; which had published the memoirs of Christine Keetar. her affairs with high government officials. 1 will till you the whole story of my relationship to the of the the arch: Msbop said. "I refused to con- ribute back in UK autumn be- ause I objected so strongly to be Christine Keeler story being old again. That seemed to be a tad example of what a news- paper could be. doing. So I said no. "When one protests, one pro- tests two or three times but does not necessarily. go' on pro- esting forever, and I did not Jink that there was any reason, laving made my protest and made them a bit frightened as to whether I would contribute to them again, why I should not some months later jieU to a re- Twenty-one quest to put over a message the graduating that had a chance'of reaching millions of readers. I judge that I did lightly." July 1 Holiday Name Change Is Opposed OTTAWA iur at vfiogt Lodge u opposed to changing thenuae of ttc July 1 holiday Corfedtntku Day bora Do-tattm and quota Webster's dictionary to back its dun. X sUlemtnt Issued by the Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario East ayi the word "dominion" has no colonial coooatatiaii authority, sovereignly, independent right or possession, a territory or country subject to the control of one government." The lodge there was no pressure from Britain in 1876 to apply tbe title "Dominioa" to Canada. It was "selected by the Canadian Fathers of Confederation Thursday approved an amendment to a private member's bill to change tbe from Dominion Day to Canada Day. The anxodment made it Confederate Day. The bill still has to be debated and passed by the Common. NEW KSrrOr Archdeacon William James Robinson, 53, Guelph, Ont. wai elected Anglican bishop of Ottawa. Archdeacon Robinson rector of St. George'i Anglican Church in Guelph was chosen on the fourth ballot. The photo shows Arch'deacon Robinson with hii wife at a re- cent social function. Raps Too Distinction Between Laity And Clergy IMPORTANT UNRESERVED Owr Tif Oeefih; TracUn wJ Fm AUCTION AGRO-EQUIPMENT (JOHN DEERE) South Hill on Highway 2A, Red Deer, Alberta Phone 347-4631 lass which will be presented t the commencement ewrris- of UK Memomte Brethren Bible College of Winnipeg May S in the Portage Avenue Church. The event win be the 4th in the history of the school Speaker at the exercises wi e the president of Wumipej other Mennonite college, U Canadian Hennonite Bible Co lege, Dr. Henry Poefaker. Poet cker is also the moderator the General Conference Hen- nonite Church. One of the graduate entering a church ministry is Waldemar Crocker of Elm Creek, Hani- oba_ One of those who has re- turned to school'as an adult, Kroeker first attended the Wink- ler Bible Institute for two years and then tranrf erred to the Bible College within the integrated Bible CoDege-Bibfe institute pro- gram arranged three years ago. Re and his ramify wzD be mov- ing, to Vrahan, Afterta in July ren pastorate there. Oldest Pulpit The First Reformed Church in Albany, N.Y., claims to have the oldest Christian pulpit in the United States. Although it has occupied three different build- ings since it was first establish- ed, the. church has .used tbe same pulpit since 1657. Tbe pul- t'rt was made in Amsterdam and shipped to America. Maundy" Thursday The word is an corruption of the Latin "mandati." Holy Thursday was called Maundy Thursday from "dies the day of the mandate, from the direction Jesus Christ gave that even- ing to his followers: "A new commandment that ye love one another." Years To Build The National .Shrracef the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. is the nation's largest .Catholic church and one of tbe world's largest religious bukmigs. It was completed.il 1999 after 45 years of work. BARRIE, Ont. fCP) The Archbishop of Algoma, W. L. this week catted for greater partxipaUoD by laymen in the work of the Church of Canada. He told 122 persons attending the 17th session of the Anglican Church of-Canada synod the cburch has suffered from too sharp a -distinction between laity and clergy. The archbishop said church ministry is for every member of the church, .only clergy. Emphasis on tbe individual, he said, will make the church .more significant Bishop L. S. Garnsworthy of Toronto told the meeting., that unless church members discuss ministry's problems, the of a dying church win be- come a reality. He said that mi- ess tbe church is .prepared to eal with the inequality of pay- ment to clergy, other areas of reform will not be successful. WALK SOFIA Bulgar- ian journalist has set off from here on a walk to Moscow. The Bulgarian news agency report- ed that Hristo Rodopski, who has dedicated bis keg walk to the 100th anniversary of Lenin's birth, expects to reach Moscow Nov. 4. Lutheran Relief. to Two LntherinV.re- Bef tad 'aid plans for WTO. call for entry into new areas of tbe world according.to action: here at the annual meeting of Can adian Lutheran World Relief Canadian Lutheran Work) Re- lief, material aid and relic agency for Canada's three main Lutheran churches agreed to support programs in Nigeria Biafra and in Haiti. Tbe lotal value of-maieria aid -and program grants pro jected for 1970 is estimated to I be slew Residence For Bible College WINNIPEG Plans for the construction of a new four-level residence on the campus of tbe .lennooile Brethren Bible Col- ege here are moving ahead des- pite several delays which have et the project back by a num- ber of Mreeks. Tbe new residence mil be put up adjacent to the Ebenezer residence, on Riverton Avenue, and win have one floor of rooms for ;single floors ef one and two-bedroom suites for married' students and a lower level for the dining room and student lounge. Tcntoral Epistles' The epistles in tbe New Testa- ment known as the "Pastoral Epistles" are the first and sec- ond epistles to Timothy and the epistle to Titus, because they contain the advice of a pastor concerning church govern- ment, church officials, teacrh ings and Christian faithfulness and endurance. Z.1 u i AdolkrstiUgoesalongvvay. A donor may buy a lot lest it doesn't buy lea Volbwogen. still tttnp trie) famous beella ihope out of a heavier gouge metai than even most big can use. And our paint job Is stilt rtie envy of toe industry. 28 poundjwortfi, 4 coats, 1 out of every 8 VW eaployees it on inspector. They Inspect every port of every Volkswagen 3 times. And then giva the finished bug a going over cars cost- ing twice as much don't get. How m'jch do you hove to pay for all this? Only And right oway you con start saving money, Because a Volkswagen will rever cost you more for upkeep than yoj can keep up with. Which is only right, Alter oil, if you're buying a small car 1o light inlblion, we think you should buy one that won't j fight back. UMTBOtVEO NO MINIMUM WCf OR UMIT! FINANCING AUANGED ON THi SfOT TO APftOVtD CKDIT Monday, April 20th 9 a.m. Sharp Canada's Largest Unreserved Tractor and Form Equipment Auction TtACTOK John Owe 1010 dual- r'var tirn. Egging cab, complete engine job In our work oroW John 5010 Dieiel, Egging cab, 1000 noun lince mojor engine overhaul, work orcUll tot and SI53.6? include.' dyno ot 132 ond complele cneck over. John Deere 4020 DJewl, power >hill, ditf. lack. John 4020 Die.el, cob, power jhifl Ironsmlilion, complete engine job for J70S.95, 115 horsepower- John Deere 4020 Diejel, sion, Ansel cob, work order for in- cludes clulch work, injection system work, ond checkoyer dyno lest al S.p. John Deere 4010 order] for 1149.73 and 1257.34 [ncludet dyno rest el 94 Hf. John 4010 cob, turbo-harfl- new hydraulic pump, new bartend. :John Deert 3010 Diesel, lyncro-lransmis- lion, work order S389.99. Complel. check over including injetlion lyslem. John 3020 Propone, lyncro-lront- minion, 1900 hours. John Deere 3020 Dienl, oower ihill, work orders include and which include 65 HP dyno leit and complete ser- vicing. John Deere 820 Diesel, black dash model, new rear tirei, work order for including new PTO, ond check over. John Deere (20 Diesel, block dash model, worV includes inrtmg engine reconditioning, .72 P on dyne lest. Wort order for John Deere 820 Dieiel, block dash model, work order includes check over, engine repair. John Deere 720 Diesel, work order