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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 34, THI LtTHIMDOl HMAID It Pope issues new rule on secrecy of confession VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope 'aul ruled today that anyone rho violates the secrecy of con- ession by tape'recorder is auto- matically excommunicated rom the Roman Catholic Jhurch. The Popes decision came after a controversy in Italy over a book based on tape- recorded confessions about sex and contraception. It showed many priests were! the Congregation for Hie Doc- recorded confessions also would be excommunicated or sus- pended. The ruling was released by lenient or permissive. trine of the Faith, which said it The pontiff ruled that those was acting on specific instruc- responsible for publishing tape-1 lions by the Pope. It added that the ruling is i believed to give forgiveness and limed at "safeguarding the re- assistance. In the Sacrament of spect which is due to the Sacra- ment of Penance and ot the se- cret of confession." Penance is one of the Roman Catholic Church's seven sacra- ments or rites in which God is Penance a person confers pri vately with a priest, confesses to his sins, seeks advice and re- ceives religious pardon. The book, Sex and the Con- fession, was written by journal- ists Norbcrto Valentin] and Clara di MegUo who travelled 16 various cities and went to confession with tape recorders and hypothetical sins. Both are atheists. The publisher li a Protestant. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES PURCHASING MANAGER Would like to re-locate in Calgary or Southern Alberta. years experience in purchasing, warehousing and Inventory control. Please reply to Box 108, lethbridge Herald Liberia GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA ASSESSOR TRAINEES are located in Edmonton, Calgary, Red Lelfibridge, Bonnyville, Wainwriaht, Edson, Hanna, Medicine Hat, Grande Prairie and Peace River. Assessors in training musl success- fully complete a four-year Certificate Course in Assessment Principles. Advanced technical and on-the-job training Is also provided. Qualifications: Diploma from an Agricultural Col- lege or Technical Institute in the fields of appraisal, soils analysis, construction technology; or an equivalent combina- tion of education and experience. Salary (salary Under This competition will remain open until suitable candidates have been chosen. Competition Number 0200-1, (Please quole this number In APPLY: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA, PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE, ROOM 500 TERRACE BUILDING, 106 STREET AND 96 AVENUE, EDMONTON TSK 1C} SALES REPRESENTATIVE A major National manufacturer has a challenging position available in Alberta for a Sales Representative. The successful candidate will have Grade 12 education or belief along with a proven sales and business background. Ideally, the successful candidate will also possess good organizational abilities and a high de- gree of Public Relations skills. We offer an excellent starling salary with liberal Fringe beneftls, full operating expenses and a com- pany car. Please reply in strictest confidence including a per- sonal history and job resume lo: Box 114, Heralci DISPLAY ADS PHONE 84411 CROWN COUNSEL CALGARY For appointment lo office of the Agenli cf the Attorney General. Reiponsibilities appears on District, Provincial and Superior Courts of Criminal Jurisdiction lo handle jury and non-jury cases far the Crown; assists low enforcement agencies and advises in relation lo laying of and withdrawing of charge i; prepares related legal docu- ments. Candidates must be a member of the Alberta Law Society and possess minimum of 2-4 yeari legal experience. Salary range to per annum (currently under Appamlment salary dependent upon experience. This competition will remain open until a suitable condi- dale it selected. Competition Number: 7049-C-l. quote competition number in prepares related legal documents. Candidates must be a member of the Alberta Law Society. Salary range to currently under This competition will to currently under i rm compel man win remain open until a suitable candidate is lefectecf. Compe- tition Number: 7048-C2. (Pleose quote competition number in _ To obtain further fnformolton regarding these positions, com- plete ihis coupon and forward to GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7tn AVENUE S.W. CAICARY 1, ALBERTA NAME............................................ ADDRESS CITY PROV........... POSTAL CODE COMP. NO....................................... Hospitalized A female gorilla born Thursday at Rio Grande Zoo fn Albuquerque, N.M., was rejected by it's mother and admitted to Pres- byterian Hospital, The four-pound baby was plac- ed in an incubator. Loretto Wetlij a hospital employee cuddles the baby, who is dressed in hospital gown and disposable diapers. Tunnel linking doubted LONDON (CP) Govern- ment estimates that a cross- channel tunnel linking Britain and France might be i" oper- ation by 1980 have fallen ou deaf ears in Britain. "It'll never come, said a Folkestone grocer. "My father and my grandfather used lo talk about il, too." The mouth of tlie proposed "chunnel" would be in the pleasant Folkestone suburb of i Gherlton on the Kent coast, hut' residents there seem unworned about possible adverse effects on the community from creased traffic and noise., Derek Burnctl, secretary of the Channel Tunnel Oppos'ition Association, says if is impos- sible to arouse people to (he en- vironmental dangers of the "big ditch." "The reason is simple." he says. "Nobody believes anv- Ihing they hear about it." The latest round of muted channel discussion follows a government "green paper" ear-1 Her this week saying construe- (ion of (he Anglo-French proj- i ect would begin iu I97.ri if agree- ment was reached this year. Ho-hum, says The Oiiardian newspaper. '-The tunnel project mil soon be 200 years o'lcl and in its present form it has been in a state of suspended mation for the best part of 13 years." Nevertheless, (he Con- servative government appears intent this time on forcing a full-scale parliamentary debate on (he projecl, gaining'approval and signing a construction treaty with Franco by July. The officially estimated cost of the tunnel is million but many observers believe it will run in excess of billion "Very probably a grave mis- thunders The Times, giv- I ing serious and detailed alien- tion lo the project. newspaper concedes that the tunnel "is nol necessarily a bati thing" but haslens lo add: "It is nol necessarily a good one cither." Specially-designed, high-speed trains would hurtle back and forth through the tunnel, run- ning every four minutes in peak and carrying all types of vehicles as well as individual passengers. ART WILLIAMS AGENCIES LTD. Serving Southern Alberta for over 23 years ART WILLIAMS PRESIDENT anil GENERAL MANAGER President Art Williams, in keeping wifh his desire to offer the best in service, is proud to introduce his well qualified staff. Each one has special attributes to assist his many custom- ers in all phases of their insurance and real estate needs. As a member of the "Coast-to- Coast Real Estate Service" we can provide itie buying and selling public with top rated con- tacts in the matter of the sale or purchase of a home. This service extends to every major urban centre in Canada. As well as this referral system we offer a guaranteed purchase plan, enabling a vendor to dispose of his home on a guaranteed basis. Mr. Williams has found that the guaran- teed purchase plan through his agency has been most effective, permitting Lethbridge vendors to quickly dispose of ther property and enabling them to purchase up or down as required. MRS. DEANNA KORMOS Offict PERSONNEL MRS. CHIZU NAKAMURA STENO and RECEPTIONIST Real Estate Residential Commercial Farms end Ranches Mortgages Appraisals Insurance- All Types B. S. (Bernie) SIMMONS SALES MGR., R6AI ESTATE DEPT. Bernie is a native ion of lelhbridge. He spenl 31 yearj wilb T. Eaton Co. in the credit and office management capa- cities, for (he posl 5'j years he has been in Ihn Reul Estate field, 3'.i of these with Williams Agencies. Bernie has consistfintly placed ot the top of MLS sales volume placina third, second, and first In consecutive years. Member of ijirwf if KXICE through the lethbridge Real Estate Board Co.op ltd. ELIZABETH DYKSTRA Elizabeth conies well qualified ro serve your real eslole In I he yrs. m this business the has D {I am fid high tiofi for her M.L.S. sales and list- hig achievements, having been awarded "Salesman of the Month" honors on several occa- sions and has placed first or ice ond each year for soles or volumes of listings told. CRAIG SIMMONS Craig it the son of fiernie Simmons. He lias been in the real eslate field for one year, 9 months in Colgary and past Jhree Art Will tarns Agencies, He a1 leaded Univer- sity a1 Metre Oarne Universily, Nehon, B.C, and afso the U of I. He Is well known in locat hockey circles having played with the Sugar Kings for four years serving as captain in their rhomp ions hip year, Craig was. born ond rained in telK- bridgs MEL DEPEW FARM and RANCH SPECIALIST Mel is well known in Southern Alberta, having farmed ond ranched in the Raymond area, He a past president of the Raymond legion. presi- dent of the Raymond Stampede and o director for 12 yean. is a director of the Alberto Thoroughbred Aisoc. and a Howard ior Ihe Lethbridga Rocir.g Asset. Mel'i many yean of (arming and ranching pro- vide him with a good knowledge of farm valuei. RALPH C. TENNANT Prior to jampng Art WiMiami Agencies Ralph retired as branch manoger of Union Milk Co., ltd. in 1971. He it a pail-president 6f Lethbridge Rolory Club, and Chamber of Com- merce. Ralph loinsd Art Williarm Agencies in Feb. 1975, and with hi A experience and training in rily properyt tales if well ablp lo Oisisl in all phases of ihii work. Associated with Coast-to-Coast Real Estate Service ART WILLIAMS AGENCIES LTD. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE West end of Centre Village Mall Phone 328-8184 ;