Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
14-THE LETHBRIDGE AuflUBt nited Church seeks new leader Moderator candidates offer choice TORONTO Ontario Delegates to the 26th general council ot tne United Church ol Canada to be held at l.uelph Ont August 18 24 will t'jve a wide choice in the pi i son choose to be the denomination s moderator for the next two women are in the run- pin-- J black man a and well known c let Harnet Christie 62 ot 101 unto is piobablv the bebt known ot the nominees across C iiuda She is the woman among the Lnited ('hui'tia senior becretaneb and lor 17 she was the church s only woman college principal at the Centre for Christian Studies, Toronto The man who was a close se- cond to Dr N Bruce McLeod in 1972 has been nominated again this year He is John Black 50 of Kingston a former president ot the ihurch s Bay of Quinte Conference and a member of the executive ot general coun- cil We've got to get to the point wheie we feel comfor table talking about our faith Mr Black savs There's no (juestion evangelism is the biggest priority for the church I m seeking for a deeper commitment of the man in the pew and then a movement out into the adherents to enlarge the core A third nominee who appears to have wide support, having been nominated by tnree United Church conferences, is Rev Wilbur K Howard. 62 of Ottawa For 12 years Dr Howard was an associate editor of Sunday School publications There has never been a more literary nominee than Rev Leonard Griffith, who at last count had publish- ed 16 books He is minister of Deer Park United Church, Toronto Dr Griffith. 54, would be a pastoral moderator" giving leadership to local churches Jean Collins is a 71 year old Ottawa grandmother and tormer missionary who has spent the last two years talk- ing to churches, schools and conference on her favorite subject Africa She and her late husband, the Rev Ralph Collins spent 29 years in Angola At the other end of the age range is Robert Rumball, 44, a former Ottawa Roughnder and Toronto Argonaut football player and minister ol the Evangelical Church of the Martin Bros. Funeral Chapels Ltd. 2nd Generation Funeral Directors and Administrative Counsellors for Pre-Arrangements (Authorized bv the Alberta Security Commission) THE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13th Street North THE TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-2361 Connecting Both Chapels NOW N OUR 52nd YEAR Member of A F D S (Associated Fineral Directors, Service) A World-Wide Connection Deal in Toronto An invitation as guest preacher, and the dis- covery that the deaf were "se- cond class started his ministry there 18 years ago Rumball sees his nomma tion as providing the church with a different kind ot voice I m a conservative evangelical, he says "My priority is a reaffirmation of the faith, a declaration without apology Nothing is more relevant than the gospel I don t know of any better answer 1 would emphasize the practice of the gospel not printed circulars but ac- tion Rev George Tuttle, 58, is the son of a former moderator the late Very Rev Aubrey S Tuttle 1940-42 He is a westerner, known and respected both in British Columbia where he was a former conference president and professor of Christian education at Union College, and in Alberta where he is principal of St Stephen's College A ready wit helps him lighten tense moments with the nght quip Rev Ivan Gumming 46, is director ot the church's lay training centre at INaramata B C and a past president of B C conference Though from Barne Ont he has worked in B C since ordination in 1953 He was in Europe concluding a sabbatical leave fiom the time of his nomination until press time, but those who know him stressed his vitality joj, charisma with an immense dedication to the church, both the institu- tion and what it stands for THE Sunday Crossword Her Tnhunt I filled linhi rl li dillcspl Crossword THE GOOD OLD MATH By Robe Santora ACROSS 24 25 r i ,r j co irts A 5e-se r-eason O-tralt-all Curtain plants Inc'te one s 'ace' ?S 3C 31 32 33 35 26 37 38 Ellstae-g jpi e-j M sleaJ Reformer H in Col ege in Cedar Rapids Musical piece Broadcast lanbic 'or example Centra point Notre Ddme bench Cr equipment 77 ent 46 Distant point 43 TJVI" Do a 43 Greek 50 Court decree Family man 51 Marine or Temple 53 Family 54 Comics Dick 56 Set Prayer joints 59 A'lowed Puts in 61 Greek actors 62 Refresh 54 Mse Carried on 65 On the Distinctive X rated 66 Hard to take 67 Harem Chips 68 In thing 69 Habituate 70 Vegas 71 Sheltered Golfers 72 Play for 75 Hourglass DOWN K.rdofU 2 Olynpic s'ed 3 Fish ng bait 4 or Cub 5 Sentence to ,dil 6 nitro to'uene 7 C Odter IdU jr 8 Work ciothes 2 Low jor 10 Girls nanes r B-itsh 12 shoes'r ng 13 brd poetry 14 sounds 15 Suspecters smell this 16 Knock 17 Refreshment for tots 18 Screen 19 Car of 1920s 23 L qht or comic 26 Ireland 27 Born 29 DutJi cheese 34 Rubs out 36 v'e-mont syrup 37 Dar! ng in Pans 38 Nut 39 Undermine 41 Sour 42 Soap opera themes 43 Rush the passer 45 Farm in England 47 Saliva 52 Otoman 54 Iroquoians 55 Dieter s food 56 Discover 57 Yellow fever mosquito 58 Absolute rulers 60 Attempt 103 Eats 105 Theatre parts 108 Beam 109 Force 110 Takes warning from 112 Odd number 113 Contract of a son 115 Uneven' 116 Swedish city 117 Fake jewelry 120 Changpform 123 Gets off the subject 127 intimidated 128 Bares' 129 Southerner 130 Jacob s 131 African antelope 132 Plus item 133 Adam s apple orchards 134 Catch sight of 135 Authorization 61 Vault 63 Kmcks Willis 65 Raid 66 Succulents 69 Mockeries 70 Destroy as tapes 71 Conveys Holy Orders 72 Athletic game 73 High rise 74 What motors should run on 75 Warmth 76 Indians 77 Desert plants 79 Bore si Diagramless ACROSS 21 X 21, by Janet C Fior> 11 1 r< ghfnder 5 Soutr-paiA s bent 9 Caledonian teacakes Atmospnenc 13 Wnter apple Bowery bum' 15 Progresses 17 Charged atom 18 Spanish uncle 19 Pale gray 20 Little devil 21 Chew on 23 London s Greenwich Village 26 Old car 27 Rocky peak 28 Ado 30 Amusing cattle fence 32 Michigan Indian 33 Sickly 34 Equal to Paris 36 Yearn for a tree' 38 Obstacles 39 Harding s Watergate 44 Banal humor 45 French seraph 46 Extraordinary 48 Lrvia Plurabelle 50 China s Mississippi 31 Kleme Nachtmusik 53 Hawaiian feast 54 Sprinkle as with stars 57 Spanish messrs 59 Graceful act 61 Honored Brit ish ladies jbbr 63 Crop 64 Star of Bethlehem 66 Thursday s god 67 Hindu god of destruction 68 Kind of gate or end 71 Melt 72 Clef or cay 75 Twine 77 Neat as an Irish castle' 79 Eternally cut short 80 Be beholden 81 Short ways 81 Momes 83 On edge 84 Cabbages 85 The Reivers director 86 Put up the dukes 83 Hill, or handie 85 MOT Pierrot 86 Raw metals 87 Ram s dam 89 Actor Wallach 90 Wrong name 93 English sea side resort 95 First name m figs 96 Type of cakes and ale 97 Both ways pref 98 Petitioned DOWN 1 Descendants 2 Inborn sizes root s for of mouth of oui the old brew of le the of with s mud or the SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES (GJ 1974 by Chicapo Tribune N Y. News Synd Inc World Rights Reserved CRYPTOGRAMS 1 GELk, AIKSS, ACE, BUS- YOGA-EGG' E E R T G E K N E A-Y SA'T RLA EU A1S COUNT! Norton Rhoades 2 KTTGMRTYV RUYVI L KPF KSTITBR HTY LBRUTY TH KVMR MVSSPDF KTTG IPRU KLYYVSM TH IPDV -Bv Earl Ireland 3 SEAC. URLOGYD OJREFYT GY ARU DYRJ FYDFRETA RL GEA SEAGSYYTYD By India M Spcrry t ILK ADIP EDIBESOOTHG HTDEEP BL USEEP UDKYLA UDKYLAG -Bv Wilson Dew Last Week's Cryptograms 1 Male television star gave out autographs to happy female fans only 2 Might so soft a tone at one atone for mad fortissimo at mightnight? 3. Writer's forty pseudoiiyms got sued for impersonating a writer. 4. Pet cars rate carpets. Gathering the faithful Hundreds of pilgrims gather at the cathedral in Ste Anne de Beaupre to cele- brate the July 26 feast day of the saint The town is one of several historic communi- ties along Quebec's Highway 15 In the background is the St Lawrence River and the lie d Orleans I HAVE WE GOT A CAR FOR YOU! 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