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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta -The Herald- Religion Catholics study Mark's record An adull education program focusing on the Gospel Ac- cording to St. Mark will be launched Feb. 3 by Lethbridge Catholic Separate School District. Rev. Denis McDonald, director of the Religious Education Centre, Calgary, will lecture for seven successive Monday evenings at in the education centre, 534 18th Street S. Registration fee is Purpose of the study is to help satisfy questions of Catholics desiring a more mature Bible knowledge. Trinity United celebrates FORT MACLEOD (Special) Trinity United Church will mark its 50th anniversary this year. Marv Urness has been named United Church Women representative on a committee formed to study ways to mark the anniversary. The annual congregational meeting will be held at about p.m. Monday in the church hall, following a pot luck supper at 6 p.m. Chinese Alliance organ stolen VANCOUVER (CP) A burglar has left the Chinese Alliance Church without music. He did it by breaking in through a basement window and stealing the church's electronic organ. Police said the organ was located in the main body of the church and was cut loose from its speakers for removal. The organ stool was left behind. Nothing else in the church was touched. INCOME TAX SERVICE Income tax forms have become a lot more complicated than they used to be. Why not turn yours over to Niagara? We have experts and computers. Give us your income and expense information and we'll do up your return quickly and accurately. Just visit .your nearest Niagara Office. It's listed in the white pages. Tax our brains instead of your own. 1 Niagara NIAGARA FINANCE COMPANY LIMITED Saturday, January 25, 1975 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD.- 11 EARLY WEEK SPECIALS FRUIT SAUD Escort for an ambassador Bernadette Olowo of Uganda walks with Pope Paul this week at the Vatican after presenting her credentials as the first woman ambassador to the Holy See. Growth group provides young mother fellowship Fellowship and service op- portunity in the church is the Invitations for Submissions Project Management Services for the Red Deer Regional Water System Department of the Environment invites submissions from firms interested in providing project management services for the detailed design, construction and commissioning of a potable-water supply facility. The facility encompasses a water treatment plant at the Red Deer River west of Innisfail and approximately fifty miles of high-pressure transmission line to serve Innisfail, Bowden, Olds, Didsbiiry, Carstairs and Crossfield. Information outlining the required services is available from the Dept's. Design and Construction Division, Milner Building, Room 405, 10040 -104 Street, Edmonton, Phone 425-1130. Direct all inquiries and submissions to the attention of P. G. Melnychuk, P. Eng., Director, Design and Construction Division. All submissions must be to the Director by February ENVIRONMENT goal of the First Baptist Growth Group. Thejjrogram started about three years ago, arising from requests by young mothers for something different from ex- isting women's mission groups, Mrs. Shirley Sanford explained. Meeting twice a month at First Baptist, Growth Group members devote half an hour to Bible study followed by guest speakers or practical tasks of special interest. Recent projects included making banners for new Sun- day school classrooms in the First Baptist addition and a newsletter commenting on Winter Games admission priuss. persons from other Christian faiths are welcome to attend, Mrs. San- ford said. Additional informa- tion can be obtained from the new co ordinator, Dianne Porter, 327-5127. SPAGHETTI Tiili Tills In Tomilo Siuci, 14 II. oz. tin Americans believe God influence grows TOMATO SOUP HiinzCondinsail.10fl.oz.lin R A PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) A growing number of United States although still a believe religion is increasing its influence on their society, says the latest Gallup Poll. The survey showed 31 per REV. HyBER DIES ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP) Oscar Huber, 81, the Roman Catholic priest who administered the last rites of the church to President John F. Kennedy, died Tuesday. On Nov. 22, 1963, Father Huber was watching television in Dallas, Texas, when he heard the bulletin that Kennedy had been shot while in a motor- cade. cent of respondents' believe the influence of religion is growing, while 56 per cent believe its effect is waning. In 1970, the last time the question was asked, only 14 per cent believed the influence of religion was growing compared with 75 per cent who felt its impact was lessening. The 'current survey represents a reversal of the long-term trend that began in 1957, when the question first was asked. At that time, only 14 per cent felt the influence of religion was decreasing. Thereafter, the percentage grew with each successive survey, reaching 75 per cent in 1970. luunu Assortid Flavours C PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN CAREER OPPORTUNITIES MANAGER SOUTH SASKATCHEWAN RIVER IRRIGATION PROJECT Department of Agriculture Conservation and Land Improvement OUTLOOK, SASK. SALARY DUTIES: Responsible to the Supervisor of irrigation Projects for Sask- atchewan at present and at some future date to the District Board for (he organization, supervision, Implementation and operation of District No. 1 of the South Saskatchewan River Irrigation Prefect with a potential of irrigable acres of which nefirly 50% has been de- veloped. With his Supervisor and the Director of the Conservation and Land Improvement Branch, he is Intimately Involved In developing policies, administering land leased by the province and in making land development loans. QUALIFICATIONS: Degree In Engineering or Agriculture with special- ization in Irrigation preferably with experience In irrigation or an Irrig- ation background. Quote Competition number: 302300-5-001 Forward all applications resumes to: Public Service Commis- sion, 1820 Albert Street, Peglna, Sask. S4P 2S8. HASH BROWNS Scoldi Tint. Fronn Cimdi CkolM Potilm, 2 Ib. cHlo big.........W R JL MARGARINE MMRI UVWW lUirl 2 09 Many More In Store Grocery Specials Effective Jan. 27 Feb. 1, 1975. Sales in Retail Quantities Only! Copyright 1960, CanaJa Safeway Limited ;