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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, April 38. 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERMO 7.7 Church of Canada name selected TORONTO (CP) Church o[ Canada was chosen Thursday by Ihe general commission oil church union as (lie name lor the new church thai will replace the United Church of Canada, Ihe Anglican Cliurch of Canada and the Christian Church (Disci- ples o[ Clirisl) if organic union is approved. Selection of a name was among many contentious issues [acing the churches in recent years as they moved slowly to- wards union of Canada's five million Protestants. Union of the three denomina- tions will become official only when the Plan of Union finally is apprived. This cannot come before 1974. The draft of a plan of union, adopted the general commis- sion at its meeting Lore in Nov- ember, 1970, now is before church members. It still has to he presented wilh amendment lo Hie general council of the United Church and the general synod of the Anglican Church at their biennial meetings later. OPPOSITION IN MINOHITY The United Church lias more jthan two million members and adherents and (he: Anglican Church 1.8 million communi- cants. The Christian Church has about G.OOO members scattered throughout the Maritin-.cs, southern Ontario and the Prai- rie provinces. The Presbyterian Church in Canada, a portion of which hchl back in 1025 when the United I Church was formed, and the Maptisl Church of Canada are the oilier large Protestant dc- noininal'oiis in Canada. Belli churches have said they will not participate in church union, under discussion for a quarler- L-cntury. There is strong minority oppo- sition in botb the United Church and the Anglican Church to union, lloth churches now have a common hymn book, adopted in 1971, and HICK- are many other points c: similarity in their services. The United ond Christian churches look a long stride to- wards union in 1071 when they agreed lo appoint bishops, and Iho Anglicans, in turn, agreed lo a form of church administration headed by a president. Not one of five names ac- cepted for consideration by Ihe general commission in 1970 and i passed lo church mcmterships for their views was chosen in Thursday's decision. i The five names were: Church nf Christ in Canada; Tlie United Christian Church in Canada; Church of Christ in Can- da; The United Episcopal liurch in Canada; ;md The niled Episcopal Church of Krisl in Canada. The commission's report said: "The choice was for a name lal is precise or can be used ifh facility. "We should not attempt, to arry in the name the historic haracfcristics of the united hurches or any contemporary mphasis." Most 'Rev. Archbishop How- id II. Clark, former primate of ic Anglican Church, said in an- louncing the commission's deci- ion: "It was a difficult filing lo ind a name and it is impossible o get a name for the church ifh which we all agree." Archbishop Clarlr. emphasized hat the name recommended not The Church of ply Church of Canada. Ven. Archdeacon A-ani Cut- icad of Winnipeg, an Anglican member of the commission, said he was pleased that an In- dian word had been chosen. Canada in the Algonquin lan- guage is spelled Kanada which Archdeacon Cuthead said means "clean." WAR'S END Sliilluk warriors, Iheir sharp spears tipped wilh cotton to show they come in peace, cheer recenlly os they line airporr rood in Malakal, Soulhern Sudan. They were lliere lo welcome President Gofaar Numeiry who explained an agreement ending 17 years of civil war. (AP Wirephato) CENTRE VILLAGE SATURDAY SPECIALS Posf Office Now Located and Open for Business at MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM Salad Sets FORMOSA WOOD Valuei lo 5.95 2 ,99 MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM Men's Wigs Brand name Value fo 50.00 r.99 SALE W MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM Wig Service Comb-our Regular 1 -CKJ 75" SALI MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM Willow Pack Chocolates MACLEODS Scope Mouth Wash MACLEODS Children's Aspirin SAIE MACLEODS VO 5 Shampoo 14-oz.................. SALE MACLEODS Lavoris 31-ci. Reg. SALE SHOPPERS' DRUG MART .59 Secret Antiperspirant 9.01. Bog, 1.59 SALE SHOPPERS' DRUG MART 1 ,19 Mini Spa Bath Oil 3.00 SAIE SHOPPERS' DRUG MART Voselina Intensive Core Lotion ,39 IB-oi f.tg. 1.95 SALE SHOPPERS' DRUG MART 1 Solarem Heating Pads ............SALE SHOPPERS' DRUG MART Royole Facial Tissues SALE.......... 3 MACLEODS Cotton Balls 300'............. SALI MACLEODS Panty Hose .00 SALE W for MACLEODS Hot Water Tanks .00 SALE MACLEODS Tea Kettle 6e SALE MACLEODS Men's Fortrel Slacks 1 O SALE MACLEODS Aluminum Ladder SALS MACLEODS 11 Baby's Own Shampoo Res 65c SALE SHOPPERS' DRUG MART 39< "The Mall That Has It All" 13thSt.and2nclAve.N. Trade deficit surges WASHINGTON (AP) The 1372 U.S. Lradc deficit surged in March lo a record three-month ilgure of billion, the com- merce department said here. The department said the million deficit in trade ac- counts in March was slightly smaller than Ihe February red- ink figure, but lor January, February March combined, the deficit exceeded the pre- vious largest quarterly deficit by about SI70 million. It was during the lust three months of 1971 that the pre- vious largest quarterly deficit was recorded. A trade deficit occurs when the value of foreign goods brought info the country ex- ceeds the v a 1 u e of American goods taken out. Government officials say this is bad because U increases the nation's balance of payments deficit and puts pressure on the stability of flic dollar. But it also means that consumers are not letting up in their demand for imported items. The deficit so bad last year Iliat President Nixon launched a neu' economic policy and suspended the U.S. pledge to convert dollars into gold. Part expenses for injured lioLelmaii EDMONTON Joseph1 arkiis, 51. a Red Deer liolcl owner wounded by a gunman during an attempted robbery of (he hotel was awarded partial expenses by Ihe Crimes Com- pensation Board. Mr. Parkas wus on duly in the tavern of the hotel Jan. 30. 1971, when a masked gunman entered mid demanded money before firing warning shots. A customer threw a chair nl .he handit and hit Mr. Farkas instead. The gunman wounded :hc cliair thrower rnv.l the Hotel owrior. Because of Ihe in juries, Mr. Farkas was oft wtirk for six mouths during wliicli lie and ]iis partner sold the hotel. lie has received SCO compen- sation lo dale and the board's final award will lie made ;iflei a decision is made on the ap- peal of a Workmen's Compen- sation Hoard award. The Hotel received lo cover Hie cost of hiring a re- placement for Mr. Farkas as manager; was paid lu Mr. Farkas (or comport sail on from May 31 to July 31 last year and lie receives a monthly pension of because the incident resulted in him losing one kidney. SOI'T TOUCH NAPLES, Italy Thieves stole a car, hut re- turned iL with apologies and opera tickets. The owner and his wife were touched and went to the performance. While they were nut, the thieves rifled their house. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere flflEI "Scotch Whisky Distilled. Blended and Bottled in Scotland byWhtle Haise Distillers Ltd., Scotland 21" Inch 10-Speed LIGHTWEIGHT Light Frame Slim Tires and 10 Easy, Breezy Gears CHARGE IT ON YOUR ALL PURPOSE ACCOUNT. The gears are the big deal on ihis bike Deraiileur 10 speed gears thai make il a breeze lo gel going and a snap la keep rolling. Double safe centre-pull hand brakes. Taped handle bars; rear spoke protector; chrome-plalcd chain and comes in a flaihy silver bronze color. 23 inch Larger Frame model......77.99 Spyder 500X 79.98 5 speed cierollleur gears for smooth riding. Handlebars are taped and hoi hand brakei for both wheels. i' Spyder 500X 79.98 Put your whale family on wheels, ll's loday'i economical and effortless roule lo exercise ond better health. No gas bills. No parking problems. And you'll be doing your bi1 to ho'p stop air pollution. Climb o board. The prices ore well in stride. Ladies'1 5 Speed 84.98 ladies' bike lias chromed metal chain and spoke protedor ond safe hand brakes for both wheels. Features an extra com- fortable saddle. QUALIFY COSTS ISO MORE AT STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thurldoy and Friday 9 o.m, to 9 p.m. Ccnlre Village. Telephone 358-9231 ;