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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta April 17, THI WTHBWOCE HttAtO 9 message for the Canadian church being and his conviction that anything can be achieved if only these energies can be re- leased, for example by partici- pation in the political process. "This Is the kind of thing we have got to try and achieve in the church. Instead of offering a believer a cold pew once a week, we are going to have to involve him, challenge him. We are going to have to make him truly a member of the church, as a peasant is a member of a commune.'' If such espousal of Maoism surprises Dr. Johnson's col- leagues in the Presbyterian heirarchy it is doubtlessly a source of satisfaction to his Chi- nese least because he Is one of the very few church- men, if not the only one, admit- ted to China as such since the cultural revolution. Ee applied for his visa in his capacity as chairman of the Canada-China relations com- mittee established by the Cana- dian Council of Churches, whose principal objective is the dis- semLnaHon of knowledge about China in Canada and the en- oouragsraect of Chinese studies at every level of the Canadian educational system, Bare Visit H churchmen are rare among visitors to China former mis- sionaries are even rarer. Cana- dian diplomats here believe Dr. Johnson is the first Canadian missionary allowed to return in his capacity as a churchman CATTLEMEN Take Advantage of TH5 FOOTHILIS QUA'ITY HAY AND PASTURE BANK HAY, SILAGE, STRAW If you have good quality hay you would like to sell, or if you would like to buy good hoy, YOU should contact ths Foothills Forage Co-op Associ- ation. We are taking on hay for sale in the spring, summer, and fall of 1973. To list your hay you pay us only a small listing fee plus a percentage of value when sold. Silage, straw, and other roughages can also be listed with us as welt at hay. PASTURE Contact the Foothills Forage Co-op Association if you want to rent pasture or if you have pasture for rent. For a small fee we will locate suitable spring, summer, and fall pas- ture for interested stockmen. INQUIRIES Inquiries are Invited from farmers and ranches with roughage for sate or with pasture for rent, as well cs from ccttle producers requir- ing additional roughage and paslure. For further Informaiion phone 265-8999 or write lo Foo'hiHs Foraqe, SOJ Mt-rphy flora N.E., Col- go-y, since the Communisfs expelled all missionaries shortly after their takeover in 1919. Even before bis appendix trouble Dr. Johnson was treated as a special guest. Met by local leaders at every stop along the way, he has visited several pro- vincial capitals, including the Manchurian city of Shenyang. But an application to visit his old missionary base in Northern Manchuria was turned down on the basis that the town has not yet been opened to foreign vis- itors. While in Nanking Dr. Johnson and his wife, Cath- erine, spent several hours with the man who used to be styled as the Anglican bishop of that city, Ding Kuang-Hsun. As K. H. Ding he served as secre- tary of the Sludent Christian Movement of Canada in Toronto in 194647. Over a dinner served in his apartment home by his wife Su Mei, Mr. Ding told the Johnsons that the Protestant Church in Nanking is currently under- going a period of "self-exam- Continued on Page 11 WATCH FOR Fairfield Appliance Ser- vices Ltd. Shag, Indopr- Outdoor Special in tomor- row's Lethbrid0e Herald. V T A second-late nwwer? Or a f Easy pwhafate. Fingertip start. 21'Easy pushable. Fingariip start V An ordinary mower will cut your grass. A Toro will help shape up your lawn. How? Toro's exclusive action lifts all the grass to shear it smoothly and evenly. And there's an anti- scalp disc so you don't shave too close on em- bankments. Then, there's Toro's unique bagging system which packs away a bushel of clippings carefully and completely, with no spill. Maybe you can't afford a professional landscaper, but how about the next best thing? Generous Trade-in Allowance! Convenient Terms! Open Till 9 PJM. Thtirs. and Fri. Niahti Fingertip start. TORO a cut above the rest. DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 324 13th Sf. N. Phone 328-4441 ;