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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Saluidoy, 21, 1970 THE lETHftRIDGE HERALB _ 9 God's Purposes Fulfilled Through The Resurrection By DAVID POLING pain and lie endure such an evil, painful i good pecplc suffer? To say that i pastor, every reason offered (or "ad- the meaning o! this tragedy. It God's will, it was some spiritual testing, it or that. In (he end vou see it only as an accident out of which "the family found M's love and strength to face acotter morning. In the months that followed, their grief am agony gave way to love arx compassion that flowed ink other lives stricken with nnex peeled sorrow and undeserved pain. For them, suffering be- came creative and the love of God overcame Uie accidents of is some form of divine testing form applied lo a singled out few (was tills or Canadian Lutherans Near Goal WlXXII'EU-Canadian c-ran World Action, the world appeal of Cana- dian Lutherans reached 87.03 cent of its 1969 goal, it was itinouuced here at the annua! meeting of the Lutheran Coun cil in Canada. A total of was rcceivec toivoril a budget of Designated gifts brought the total receipts to over The Lutheran World Federa lion, Geneva, agency for 55 mil lion world Lutherans receivec for its projects whlcri provide emergency assistance refugee resettlement programs and self-help projects lo mos of the world's needy areas. man. Every once in awhile, a paperback appears that digs right to the heart cf a spiritual question. Such a book is "Crea- tive Suffering" (Pilgrim Press, Philadelphia, This is joint publishing effort with the jNalicnal Catholic Repsrter and includes some outstanding ar- ticles by Alan Paton, Charles Davis, Frederick Franck and llhm- Paton writes from tlie back- Partner churches in Canadia Lutheran World Action are In Evangelical Lutheran Church o Canada who reached 55 pe cent of (heir goal and the Lull eran Church in America Canada Section who reached J per cent of Iheir goal. The 1970 goal is also Won't Accept Traditional Lines Youth Shows Impatience TORONTO (CP) Viliilc oung people are not attending hurch as much as in the past, t is ml because they have lost nterest in religion, a leading United Church mitister says. "It's just that they have an mpatience with denominational says Rev. Harold Bailey, s e r r e I a r y of the church's Board of Home Mis sioas. 'Religion attracts, regardless of age. 1 find this. People want to talk about religion, bat they'll clam up i! they think you are selling them a bill o! gwds. You have lo be honest." Mr. Bailey says young people do no! want to tradi- tional lines; they do not want to be organized, and few want spiritual comfort. Tliis is why young people's jro'jps in many'churches have jecorne passe, he says, adding iiat churches successful in get- ting to young people have used drop-in centres, coffee-house at- mosplreres and dances to at- tract teen-agers. Mr. Bailey says ho bases his beliefs on talks with students and the increasing enrolment of students- in religious courses. He says look religious courses in 1908 and the number has grown to between and now. Howcvrr (he empha- sis was not on doctrine. "They are not taking the classical studies in theology, but rather the meaning of life. And lltey are not just interested in the Christian want to know motivation generally." religion. They about behavior CHINATOWN GATEWAY-New goteway lo the U.S. West's biggest Chinese settle- ment is guorded by temple dogs and roofed with green, glazed tiles surmounted by ocher dragons. Ornamental materials for the structure, which frames San Francisco's Grant Avenue at Bush Street, were made by Taiwan artists, presented lo city by Republic of China. Nazarenes Give 87 Million To World Missions drop of South Africa. His ex-! I periences with suffering 'irsl lend and vet this life- long contest with the forces o! TORONTO (CP) A multi- evil and oppression have not nSe-image color film, produced turned him sour cr angry. Berkeley Studio of the is ready for spiritual comliat and it with a glad and joyous heart. Says Paton: "Th: i; is only one answer (or Ihe Christian who has come, often reluctantly, oflen fearful- ly, to the belief that the cross is not just for Good Friday. He must, in spile of Ihs anger of the slate, in spite very often of Unitfd Church of Canada, will iie shown commercially in six Canadian ciiies. it was an- Executive producer A n s o n Moorriouse said Ihe 32-minule movie. That AH May Be One involves the use of slide anc motion picture nrojeclors anc deals with old age, loneliness Archbishops, Bishops Offered Salary Hikes LONDON' (API The Arch- hishops of Canterbury ami York and 42 Church of England dioce- san bishops have been offered pay raises averaging per cent, a spokesman for the church Uxlav. commissioners said EASllST WAV TO GET NEW CAR The sign of teasing ROY A. MclNTOSH Leass Manager "KING'S CORNES" 3rd Ave. ol llth St. Phong 327-1566 FRED KING LEASING LTD. The increases would be effec- tive April 1. The church commissioners, vho manage the central fi- janccs of ihe slate church, said hey were being "offered" bul 'it is open to the signilaries not o accept if tlrey don't want to." Push Sales Of BiUcs In Britain LONDON (AP) A hard-sell i campaign is on lo spur Britons to read the Bible in instalments and then relate its content to their lives. Marshal Cavendish Ltd., a London firm, is publishing Ihe Bible in 112 highly colored ins- talments at two-week intervals. It allotted to pushing sales in Britain and claims to have sold more than copies of part which deals with the creation. Similar advertising uill cost in Canada and more than in the United Slates, marketing manager Peter Godfrey says. As archbishop of Conleruurj and primate of all England, Dr Michael Rainsev, receives a year. Dr. Donald Coggan, as arch bishop of York and second pri mate of England, gels All ihe diocesan bishops receiv at least More than vicars nnreasts ol many people, who see in him a living proof lhat -he world was worth making! and is worth living in after all. I Fortunate is society when who love it are alive to ils faults and ready to spend their (loverly, alcohol and drug addic tion. Members of Ihe Church of the Xazarene gave over o (he denomination's world mission program in 1969. Dr. John L. Stockton, general treasurer, estimated that the 1969 giving total would reach This would be an in crease of 6'.2 per cent over the spent on Nazarene world missions in '68. ART DIETRICH cDM DENTURE CLINIC SI. S. Ph. 328-4095 Abova Metropolitan Start lives in that is means." A subtopic its service. Because what living really that runs throughout Ihis line little paper- back i" hope. Out of creative sulfering comes hope. And when lhal happens, we are in for the biggest surprise of all The Senate of The University of Alberto will hold ils rcgulor spring meeting on Moy 15, 1970. Q It is the riiily ol the Scndd to inquire inlo ony moHcr lhat might tenrf to enhance the usefu'ncjs of the University. G Inrf.viduols or groups wishing lo v-rillcn submissions to Ihe for consrcjerolion or ils spring mcelirg sfxiulrl direct Iliem lo Mr. A. D. Coirns, Secretory of Ihe Senate, The Universily of Alberto, not Infer ttion April 6, 1970, Submissions will then be studied by cpproprlols Scnole co-nmillees prior to the meeting of tha Senate, n Persons wishing to oppcar before the Scnole in suppoit of their submissions, or to altcr.d the meeting os spectators, should advise Mr, Cairns, n VALENTIN BOSE Farm Auction Sale on Foremost Highway, 3 miles West and 6 miles South BOW ISLAND, AlBERTA MONDAY, MARCH 23 1 P.M. Lunch Served Having been favored wilh instruction! from Mr. Valen- tin Boser who has sold his farm, we will offer for sale The following line of farm machinery as listed below subject to additions, deletions, errors or changes as you may find them the day of tha sale. TERMS CASH the day of the sale, with selllement in full before removal from the farm, with special arrangements of Vj cash day of sale and balance on or before May 1st, on tractors, trucks, beet harvesler and baler, possession and right to remove from the premises only afler payment has been made m full, TRACTORS- 1-John Dccrc Model 70 dicscl 3 polnl hiith. live plo, power steering, good tires, new molor 1968 excellent unit; Ferguson lale Model 95 diesel, good shape all around; gas tracior, runs good; V-1HC Model 100 row crop trad or wilh bee I cult! valor; Harris Model 55 diesel tracior, good rubber, mo For in gcorl shape. 1-1958 IHC Mode! 9C-I80 truck wilh random oxle and beet box; 1-1957 GMC Model 600 5-lon truck with V-8 371 cu. in. mcror with 4 barrel carburato.r ond 5 speed Ironiminlon ond 2 speed axle with 16-fl. beet box. COMBINE AND 5WATHER- Model 132 12-fr. pfatform and picVup combine; Model No. 7 12-fl. iwother with new rubberized canvas. MACHINERY- CotkihuK 14" mould bcartf piow on rub- be rr 4-furraw 16" mould board plow on rubber; 1-Coefcshult 4-furrow 14" 3 point hifch plow; 1-17" Mc- Leod hammer mill wilh 2 screens; 10-fl. land plane; 1 Jeoffroy 12-fl. chisel plow wilh hydraulic lift; 1 Miller red alloch.; Molco weed spray- er; ?7-ft. grain auger wilh molor; Model 100 press drill wilh fertilizer ollach., 6" run; l-40-ll. pipe Iroilcr; Noble packer. SUGAR BEET EQUIPMENT- 2-row beet harvester; 6-row Milion precision planter wilh fertilizer for 3 point hifck, used only for 7 ceres, like new; 6-row John Deere beet cullivoior !G fit John DeefQ 3010 Iraclor, like used only on 7 acres. HAYING EQUIPMENT- 1-1968 IHC Model 37 plo baler, hos Hone only bales fiko new tondilio'i; 1 side delivery lakcj 1 Snowco pop'up baler. MISCEUANEOUS- 1--ice house for ice fishing, 4'x7'x4' high; slide on stock rock for siecl frame; log chains; forks; shovels; beet hoes; irrigolion dams; Uicd lumber; 50 new fence posis; quantity of barb wire; COMO! polei; shop lools; oil pump; gos stove; 3-bumcr gas srovc; and chairs; futl lanVs; many moie ilems loo numerous to mention, AUCTIONEfR'S NOTE THIS IS ONE SAIE WELl WORTH ATTENDING. OONT MISS III SAIE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES ITD.-Box 105, Coaldale, Alberta "Serving the Soulh by Word of Mouth" Far Further Information Phone 345-3534, or the owner AUCTIONEERS IES HANDLEY ROGER HANDLEY Lie, No. J57 Lie. No. 711 JOHN BARTOSEK FARM AUCTION SALE 6 MIIES EAST AND 5 MILES SOUTH COALDALE, ALBERTA (OR 3 MILES SOUTH OF READYMADE SCHOOL) FR5DAY, APRIL A.M. LUNCH SERVED Having been favoured with initructioni from Mr. John Bartosek, who has relired from farming, we will offer for safe Ihe following line of farm machinery as listed belaw subject lo errors or minor changes as you may find Ihe'm the day of tha sale. TERMS CASH the day of Ihe sale, with settlement in full before removal from the farm.With special arrangements of cash day of sale and balance on or before May 1st on large tractor with possession only when paid in full. TRACTORS Mnssey Harris Model 44 Gas Trader with Cab Cockshull Model 560 Dlesei Tractor wilh power steer- ing, 3 point hitch, wicb axle, new bearings and valve job and molor check-up in 1969. In good condition. 1-1.H.C. Super A Row Crop Traclor with beet cultivator and tools. In good shape. Overhauled TRUCKS Mercury 3-tcn Iruclc wilh 3-way beet box and hoiit with 2 speed oxle, 4 speed transmission, booster brakes. New motor 1969. 1-1964 G.M.C. Ij-lon Tiud wilh o cylinder 292 molor, fleeltide and long wheel base. COMBINE AND SWATHES 1-Moisey Harris Model 26 wilh 8 ft. Pickup Self propelled combine 1-Massey Harris 12-11. P.T.O. pull type swather. SUGAR BEET EQUIP. 1-4-iow I.H.C. No. 40 beet drill. 1-1967 John Deere No. 70 4-row flexi-plunter faeel drill with 3 point hitch for I.H.C. A HAYING EQUIP. 1-1966 Cockshult No. f.T.O. flow boler. like new. 1 bafe loader I.H.C. Tractor mount power mower lor A Tractor MACHINERY 1-1967 John Deere 12-fl. No. 500 rod weeder with cer.lre drive; 1-1965 Oliver Super Roydex Model 360 3 furrow, 3 polnl hilch plow; Harris 10-fl. double disc; 1 12-ft. Oliver Spring tooth Harrow, 3 jcc. with steel draw bar; 1-10-fl. Wall Wooden land Floal vilh transport and crowfoot packer; 1-Cocfeshult No. 5 Sido Delivery Rake with P.T.O. drive; 1-1969 Inland weed spray- er wilh 32-ft. Boom; Deere 8-fl. Spring Tooth culli- volor; 1-12-fl. Massey Horris High Wheel groin drill; 1- Mossey Horris High Wheel grain drill wilh fcrliliier Ollothm'enti lumble bug; 1-Heovy Duly Tube 27-lt. Mayralh grain auger wilh molor; 1-Cockshull Model 246 10-fl, chisel plow; 1-Foirbanks-Morse Hammer Mill; 2-2- Wheel trailers; 8-Section dromond horrowj; I self cleaning crowfoot 1-Cockshutl 12-fl. rod weeder. 1-Cockshull 12.fr. cultivolori rubber lircd trailer wilh groin lank; 1-V-ditcher; 1-Mercury !i-lon truck for repair; 1-Sleel harrow hilch for 6 2-5leel Harrow hilch for 4 sees.) 1-Sleel harrow hitch for 3 5-tt. power mower lor Model A tractor; 1-Waaon IRRIGATION EQUIP. 1-BerUey 4" B4J Power Take Off pumping unil. ft. of 6" main line including: .x 6" morn line wilh valve opening coupler; 32-30'x6" main line with straight couplers; 22-30' x "I" main line wilh straight couplers: 60-40'x4" lateral line wilh central riser; 1-Neufcldl Pipe Trailer; l-Suc- tion Pipe Discharge Pipe; T aid End Pipe; 5- 4 Plaslfc Suction Pipes. 1-1969 Mojor Pierce mile wheel move wilh o 30-fl Tele- scoping Main line Pipe. Quick Take-Olf Couplers (New- esl Major tike new condition. MISCEUANEOUS 2-500 Gollcn fuel Tonls with steel slond; 1-300 Gal- lon fuel fonk with slccl stand; gallon water lank; Ouontily of barb wire; Quantity of used fence posll; 50- IV plaslic suction pipe; wheel barrow wilh rubber tire: prain pkV-up guards; power Electric bench grinder, ri h.p.; garden irriqolion pump: I-V clcclric drill: sprayer; 1-full siie bed; l-Sump pump; 2-Cream separators; I-leg vise; 1 Wringer woshrr; 1-Wced sprayer: 1-Blockimilh onvil; bed; l-'i" electric drill; Forks; Shovels: Joels; Wrenches; Log chains; Hydraulic cylinders Misc. and shop tools; and many more ilems loo numerous lo menlinn. SAIE CONDUCTED If HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDAIE, AlBERTA "Serving the Soulh by Word of Mouth" For further Information 345-3534, or the Owner AUCTIONEERS IES HANDIEY RODGER HANDLEY tic, No. 557 lie. No. 711 Mrs. M. Corraini and Mrs. M. Erickson FARM AUGION SALE 14 MILES SOUTH, J EAST AND 1 SOUTH OF BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 1 p.m. LUNCH SERVED Having been favored with insiiuctlons from Mrs. Cor- raini and who have rented their forms, we will offer for sale following line of faim machinery ai listed below to additions, deletions, enors or minor change! as you may find them the day of the sale. TERMS CASH the day of tha iole, wilh selllement In full before removal from the farm. TRACTORS Ferguson 95 licclcr wilh tab. 1 John Deore Model 80 dicscl tractor. TRUCK Chevrolet 3-ton Iruclc with box and hoist. COMBINE Fcrg-json Model 90 self propelled combine with straw chopper. CAMP TRAILER ten's True-Line tarr.per, fold down style. Sleeps 4. Foldi out 10 6 fl. by 12 fi. MACHINERY 1-Mosscy Horns Model 26 15-fr. wide level; 1-set of 15-fl. flexible harrows wilh icol bar; I-Graham Hceme plow wish rod weeder allachmenf; Deere rod weed- er, Model 500 centre drive; 1-11-fl. Noble 1-14-ft. McCoimfck press drill, 7" spacing, Model S; Fargo groin auger with molor; grain auger; 1 one- woy; Noble packers; 1-30-ft. CocVihutt doubls disc; 1-1967 Cockshuii wide level 15' with seeder box, LiVe new; 1 13-H. Giahom plow; sel of packers; 6 sections oi horrowsj grain auger with motor, FUEL TANKS gallon double camp. I ruck field secvke tank wilh pump. gallon single comp. fuel tank wilh hose and steel stand. tanks. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS 1 welder; oir compressor; amp Lincoln electric drill; leg vise; 1 bench grinder; 1 4-burner propane slave. Wrenches hammers and miscellaneous Items. CHICKEN HOUSE 1 12x16 chicken House on skid Could be used for hog house. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COAIDAIE, ALBERTA "Serving Soulh by Word of Mouth" For Further hformglion Phone 345-3534 or Ihe Owner -AUCIIONEERS- IES HANDIEY ROGER HANDIEY Lie. No. 157 lie. No. 711 CHARLES SAFARIK Farm Auction Sale Miles West, 2 North, Vt Mile West CRANFORD ALBERTA WEDNESDAY, MAR. 25-11 A.M. LUNCH SERVED Having been favored with inductions from Mr. Chas Safarik, who has sold hit faim, we will offer for sole Following line of farm machinery ol listed below subject to deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TERMS CASK Ihe day of Ihe sale, wilh settlement in full before removal from the farm. TRACTORS 1-1953 I.H.C. Model 400 Row Crop; 1-Mossey Harris Model 44 Slondord; l-Allis Chalmers Model B Row Crop Tractor. COMBINE SWATHER j_ John Dec re Model N'o, 45 Self-Pro pelted Co-noine with Reel ond Pickup (Excellent Shop el; 1 12' CorAshu'l Model No. 2 Swolher (like TRUCKS 1-1951 Fargo 3-Ton Truck with Beel Box; 1-3947 Fa'90 flIO 3-Ton Truck with and Beel Box. SPRINKHR SYSTEM 35 PC. of 40' Pipe wilh Centre Rfser; 8 PC. cf 30' x 6' Pipe; Coupfers Elbowj Trailer; Berkley (5-6) Pump; P.T.O. Carl. MACHINERY Mayialh Sprayer; 1 4' 5' Mcsscy Harris Lord Packer; land Packer; 8-Sedioni of Diamond Har- rows; Mower Rake; Steel Wagon; 1-- 3-Boflom Masscy Horris Pfow; Deere Manure Spreader Model S4; 1-24-fl. 6" Grain Auger; kp. Wisconsin Molcr; 1 12 kp. Wisconsin Moior; Row I.H.C. Beef Harvester, Complete; I-8-F1. Masscy Horrij Do-jblg Diic; 1 fi-ft. Mauey Karris Oneway, 1-IO-Fl, Prcil Drill; I-10-Fl, John Dccie Feriifiier Spreader; 1-10-Ft. John Deere Ccnfro Drive Rod I.H.C. Side Rake Model 15; 1-Kirchncr V Ditcher; T-Dual Fronl Leader wilh Manure Shovel, Push-Off Stacker, Steel Teeih; I-10-Fl. (and level with Beet land Peckers; 1 Spring Harrows. LUMBER 8 PC. 12' 3x6; 10 PC. U' 2x6; 15 PC. 16' 2x6; 1400' of B" Shiplap. SHOP TOOLS MISC. ITEMS 500-Gal. Fuel TonJc; 1-Garden Seeder; 1-Garden Cyliivoior; 1-Efectrif Cream Separator; 1-6 Volt Battery Chargor; 100 FI. cf l'i" Plosiit 1 Ccmcnl Mixer; Scrap fron; Chain; Holii; 1 Grinder; Hydraulic Jadsr Irrigation Unil wish Moicr and Pump; 1-Double Bed; Twin laundry Tuhj; Chair Set; Ranges (Con- verted to 4-Eorihenware CrctVj; Good Qjaniiiy o( Shop Tools end Many More Arfic'es foo numerous lo mention, SAIE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. _ Box 105, Coaldale, Albcrla "Serving the Soulh by Word of Mouth" for Further Information Phone 345-3534, or the Owner AUCTIONEERS: IES HANDIEY ROGER HANDLEY lie. No. 257 tic. No, 711 ;