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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, June 1, 1974 Satan link dropped Process Church changes name Annual Income on 5 year Guaranteed Investment Receipts. Fully guaranteed by Royal Trust for term of deposit. No fee or handling charge. Rates subject to confirmation. Guaranteed Investment Receipts. Royal Trust Member Canada Deposit Insurance Corp. 740 4th Ave. South, Lethbridge, Alberta 328-5516 TORONTO (CP) The Process Church of the Final Judgment, founded 10 years ago by British-born mystic Robert de Grimston, has changed its name, dropped all trappings that might link it with Satanism and broken with its "We were tired of being taken for Satanists and devil- worshippers when we never Father Cyrus, head of the Toronto chapter, said in an interview Wednesday. The church now is called The Foundation Church of the Millennium and like the Process will have chapters in New York, Boston, Chicago, Miami, New Orleans and Toronto. The Process insignia, silver crosses bearing the satanic serpent, are being dropped. The changes have come as a result of a theological dis- agreement with the founder's doctrine of "the unity of Christ and Father Cyrus said. Father Lucius, a Process leader in New York, said in a statement Wednesday that the doctrine made little sense to many church members. In- tended by the founder to be a continuation of Christ's teaching "love your enemies" (so love Satan because he is the greatest it proved misleading and undermined the church's basic message, he said. Confirmation Bishop Paul O'Byrne ofj Calgary assisted by Rev. John Weisgerber of Cal- gary, Rev. Martin-Hagel Pincher Creek, Rev. P. Fortier of Brocket. Rev. Tim Connolly and Rev. Pat Doran of the Pass Catholic Churches gave the sacrament of confir- mation to Crowsnest Pass Children in St. Cyrils Catholic- Church in Bellevue last Sunday evening.Lunch and re- freshments were served by the CWL in the Catho- lic hall for children and parents. VERN DECOUX photo Religious events news' NEW YORK (AP) Hind- sight puts events in clearer perspective and points up the decisive occurrences, the news that shape history. From the long-range view some experts have found that the biggest stories often have been religious. "It came as a. great sur- GAMES OF THE 1976 XXI OLYMPIAD Montreal, Canada c Copyright 1972 COJO 76 Cove's shown smaller than actual size. BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED COIN The official Olvmpk 10 Dollar Sterling Silver Coin measuring 45mm in diameter. OFFICIAL CANADA POST SPECIAL ISSUE OLYMPIC STAMP Issued fcv4he f dnada Posl Office, commemorating the 197f> Olympic Games. c( 'FIRST DAY OF ISSUE" CANCELLATION This postmark and cancellation is used only on the first dav the new stamp is issued and only at the official issuing post office. DESCRIPTION OF THEME On the reyerse of each coyer will appear enlightening information on the particular theme of the coyer. OBVERSE OF COIN On the reverse of each cover, the obverse of each Olympic Coin will appear. Official Olympic Coins Stamps OLYMPIC COINS-1976 CANADA A COMPLETE COLLECTION The Canadian Olympic Coin Program invites you to build a valuable collection of the 1976 Olympic Coins and Stamps in the form of a complete collection. Over the next three years, until the Games of the XXI Olympiad gets under way in Montreal in the summer of 1976, 28 different coins in Sterling Silver will be minted and issued by the Royal Canadian Mint in Ottawa. Covering seven different Olympic themes, each of the seven issues will consist of two and two S5.00 Silver Coins. Each issue will be limited. As each edition is sold out, it will not be minted again, in addition, a complete series of First Day cover Olympic Stamps in various different denominations will be issued by the Canadian Post Office. This collection is a unique opportunity (o ac- quire the official coins and stamps being pro- duced for the 1976 Olympic Games in one ex- clusive format. This will avoid the possibility of missing some issues due to the limited supply and extremely high demand. The City" of Mont- real is proud of being host to the 1976 Olympic Games and is looking to all Canadians to get behind this historic event. By acquiring these beautiful Olympic Coins and Stamps, you are not only receiving a collection of enduring value, but in addition you are helping Cana- da to finance this very worthy undertaking. SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION OFFER In this special subscription offer, each brilliant uncirculated Ster- ling Silver Olympic Coin will be combined with a Canada Post Office First Day cover matching Olympic Stamp. Each cover will bear the official "First Day of Issue" cancellation and will be post- marked at the official issuing post office. As an advance subscriber, you may acquire each and stamp cover issued over the next three years at the rate of two covers every three months. For the First series, this includes the Canada Post Olympic Stamp in the denomination along with the brilliant uncirculated Sterling Silver Olympic Coin in the first cover and the with the coin in the second cover. The first two covers in your collection will be sent Jo you imme- diately upon acceptance of your subscription application. As the program continues, you will be notified in advance of the next two covers that will be available to you every three months. You will be able to acquire your personal Olympic Coin and Stamp collection on a regular systematic basis... at a guaranteed price. A certificate of authenticity numbered and registered, issued by the Olympic Coin Program, will accompany each cover. This will certify that each cover will contain an original Olympic Coin, minted by the Royal Canada Mint, under authorization of The Govern- ment of Canada, and an official Canada Post First Day Cover Stamp. Every three months you will receive two covers on each of the seven Olympic themes. ISSUE I: Geographic; ISSUE II: Olympic Symbols; ISSUE III: Early Canadian Sports; ISSUE IV: Track and Field; ISSUE V: Olympic Water Sports; ISSUE VI: Olympic Team and Body Contact Sports; anr1 the final issue will show the various Montreal Olympic sites in a souvenir theme. By the time the C.ympic Games commence in Montreal in 1976, you will have collected the complete set of 28. FOR EVERY CANADIAN The Canadian Olympic Coin Program will also provide you, at no extra cost, with an exquisite OLYMPIC DISPLAY ALBUM in which you will be able to place each of the 28 coin and stamp covers. The Olympic Coins and Stamps are for every Canadian. If you would like to acquire this historic collection, fill out the order form and mail it in today. Don't delay. Due to the limited edition sets will be allocated on the basis of the postmark date and time shown on the envelope. OFFICIAL APPLICATION Olympic Coin P.N.C CoOectian N.O.C. Office P.O.Box 430 ilur I'l .ffn.-il Vtcflflk tn VU-ttA-tt Jtfv! (ifMrrrrrl Iflf? Please enter my subscription Jot Jbe historic Coin and Stomp Covers ioi the Olympic Games.. I underhand thai these will be issued al ihc Mrte erf two covets every ibree months through 1976. 1 will receive 14 sets of two covers each, trailing 28 1 uniiersiand and agree thai will be invoiced lor two covers every Ihree months al 1he original issue price. also understood thai with my subscription am to receive a display album 1o hold my complete collection without addi- tional cost to me. Q 1 am enclosing my remmitlance payable lo Olympic Coins Program P .N.C. Collection in the amount (A