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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THE LETHBRIDQC Novambw Foundation aids Anglican experiments TORONTO When the Quebec diocese of the Anglican Church needed to purchase an airplane for its northern the Anglican Foundation loaned it the money. The foundation also provided to the diocese for a Cree hymnal and for the Yukon diocese to operate an educational program for school dropouts. The which has assets of was es- tablished in to strengthen and help establish new and im- aginative ministries. we-favor grants and loans to remote parts of William the foundation's executive said in an interview. Toronto for applied for a grant or the directors would be inclined to question it. If the application comes in from a supported it will usually be although it may be RUN BY BOARD The foundation is run by a nineman board of directors from across Canada. They decide what grants and loans are to be made. Its chairman is the primate of the Archbishop Ted Scott. feels we shouldn't be financing building programs and paying off old Mr. Kay said. like the foundation to make grants and loans for new and perhaps unusual The foundation sits three or four times each year I have an accumulation of It receives its funds from individuals in the not Mr. Kay said. They donate for annual and for life memberships or donate money in memorial contributions or bequests. A major part of Mr. Kay's job is asking persons to take out memberships in the foundation. SEEKS CONTRIBUTORS spend a lot of my time writing personal letters to people I think are interested in contributing to the church. I write to ser- vice private stock brokers anywhere I can get a list of memberships. I get a lot of names out of Who's Who. and out of financial pages of newspapers. don't know whether they are Anglican or not. But I write to and sometimes I strike Mr. a retired is well suited to his role. He has been associated with many fund-raising among them the Canadian Cancer Society and Boy Scouts. He sometimes finds people are generous to a fault. Milestone celebrated Mariette unveiled a portrait of her the Most Rev. Maurice Baudoux of Winnipeg this marking his 25th anniversary as Roman Catholic Archbishop of St. Boniface. MORE from the COLLEGE There's time to Register for the following Evening Programs POWER ENGINEERING 4th CLASS At least ten employment opportunities are available for those who successfully complete this course. The course is designed for those preparing to write the 4th class examination under the Boilers Act Applicants should have at least one year in the field others are welcome. 23 Mondays beginning November 5 7-00-9-00 p.m. Fee 00 PRIVATE PILOTS REFRESHER Open to any private pilot who holds a valid license to fly but who seeks a refresher on Air Regulations. Navigation and Meteorology. 6 Wednesdays 9-30 p m. beginning November 7th Fee PEDIATRICS and Communicable DlMaMt For mothers and members of nursing staffs in Southern Alberta. Topics Nursing Care of the Child with Complications. Incubation and Quarantine within the Play Therapy. November 6th 9-00 a.m. 3-00 p m Fee WORKSHOP Mrs. Shelley Miss Agnes Short. Senior Nurse Lethbridge Health Dr. Doug Pediatrician CHOCOLATES HOMEMADE A course in the art of making homemade chocolates and other candy. Seven or eight flavours and shapes 2 November 8th and 15th 9.30 p.m Fee Limited registration DEFENSIVE DRIVING How are your driving Defensive driving is the professional Skill that should and must be practiced by every licensed motorist to reduce the number of 2-vehicle traffic accidents that occur each year Successful participants will receive a wallet-sized certificate and be given merit points under the Alberta Driver Program and may qualify for reduced premiums in automobile insurance. 4 p.m. beginning November 13th Fee HAIRSTYLING COURSE FOR WOMEN Learn now to attractively style and manage your own hair. This course will show proper grooming of the the creation of hair the care and handling of wigs. S Wednesdays beginning November 14 p m. Fee FEEDLOT OPERATOR'S SEMINAR Designed for the feedlot operator. Topics feedlot organization and feed grain animal hearth and veterinary pollution etc. Wednesday. November 14th. p.m 10 p.m. and Thursday. November 15th. a.m. p.m. Pee CATTLE HOOF AND HORN CARE Designed to demonstrate and proves practical experience In hoof and horn dehorning and of animal restraint for other operations. 2 wedrwwUyi and 7-00 to a.m. noon beginning November 19th ree via.uu SNOWMOBILE MAINTENANCE The uourse stmtn including engine operating fuel drive lubrication and storage. Wednesdays beginning November 21 p.m. S1S.OO Register by Phoning Extension 228 School of Continuing Education New LETMMttCOMMUiTY COLLEGE Jesus film on Sunday A 43-minute motion picture describing the Jesus People movement will be presented this evening in Lethbridge. To be screened at the New Hope Centre. 1505 6th Ave. the film documents street Christian activity. Pastor Keith Hazell extends a public invitation to the p.m. program. CrOSSWOrd By A. B. Canning PREPARE FOR ANY EVENTUALITY ACROSS 1 Hot 7 Spanish groves 12 Summon 16 Indian state 21 Evil dispeller 22 Hail in Honolulu 23 Sets ot memorabilia 24 Second 25 Prepare to rob 27 Prepare to box 29 Full of suff 30 Sesame product 31 Card showing for short 33 Wild buffalo var. 34 Paddles 35 Sleep soundly 36 Lop- dial 37 TV network 40 Picks 41 Secret society 1 Tortilla sandwich 2 You love- Lat 3 Think 4 Heady drink 5 European 6 Selassie's subjects 7 Military men 8 French name 9 Work hard 10 German forefather Minnow 12 Lights' Action' 42 Post-prandial one 46 Golf ving adjunct i 48 Of dawn d9 Betrays iwithouti 50 Clay 51 Alaskans 52 Preparing for company 54 Strip 55 Yokes 56 Golf hall- of-famer 57 Tenn team 58 Female freshmen 59 Goes astray 60 Rodent 61 Of an Arabian seaport 63 cat in the dark 64 Airplane abbr 65 Prepare to cheat 67 Inverted v's 68 Pullers 70 Kind of man 71 Showy 72 Meal 73 Prepare to build 77 alliterations 80 sometimes dubious 81 Stout cook 82 Rawboned 83 Collected o1 Dickens 84 Wagner work 85 Connery 86 Pales 87 Cave arch 88 Ancient Britisher 89 Prepare to go in 92 Gasoline ingredient 93 Sign si 94 Impales 95 U S Presi dent or two 96 Boss of ball team 97 Certain de- ceased ones 99 Tactics 100 Pledge 101 Wynnand Sullivan 102 African nobleman 103 Word struc- tures 104 Drink 105 Crocket's Samara 107 prefix 108 Trauma 110 U.S. mili- tary gr 113 Preparing to discontinue 115 Prepares to drive7 118 Multiparty scrap 119 DeValera's kind 120 Finnish lake 121 Red dye 122 Letter openers 123 Eye 124 Locates 125 Strong outbursts DOWN 13 Empty 14 Tempo 15 Compass pt. 16 Mimicries 17 and arrows 18 Wise one 19 Yearn 20 Faced 26 Excite 28 Get by trickery 32 Active 35 Fabric 36 Jockey's apparel 37 Recedes 38 Hay machines 39 Prepare for action 40 Giant hall- of-famer. etal Createth 42 Transactions 43 Prepares 10 emote 44 Shortens 45 Wash 47 Abner's part- ner and Brave fielder 48 Barbaryape 49 Scottish cake 52 Versifiers 53 With Fr 54 Sound units 56 Dr Barnard subject 58 Crustacean 60 Loam 61 man's chest -62 Thin circular object 63 Circus character Religion ad campaign seeks 'better balance9 By GEORGE W. CORNELL NEW YORK The new theme for a religious ad campaign in the United States still preserves' its social this time on curbing but indications are tliat future emphasis may switch back to the more per- sonal side of faith. A a direc- tive to a planning committee put it. Such a shift would mean that the multi-million-dollar program of Religion in American Life would have gone full cycle in its 25 its original emphasis on personal Witnesses assemble at Taber More than 200 represen- tatives of the Lethbridge Kingdom Hall congregation participated last weekend in a two day circuit assembly at Taber Civic Auditorium. Addressing a total of 882 speaker Robert Jackson of Toronto told the assembly to shun lying and misuse of blood. Reminding his audience of Jehovah's Witness beliefs concerning the end of man's he appealed for a positive warning among others by members of the sect. Witnesses were encouraged to develop obedience from the heart and to appreciate basic provisions of the Creator air and food. During a Sunday morning baptismal the follow- ing Lethbridge residents sym- bolized themselves as ministers Cliff Roy Phyllis Arlene Bernard Morley Melvin Brian Carolyn Malkas and Nello Gioia. to religion's broader social implications and back again to personal aspects. Signs of a similar refocusing on personal religion also have been showing up lately in the country's major denomina- tions. for the coming year at the co-operative religious advertising venture is keeping stress on the social dimensions in a new campaign starting this month against varied forms of violence. A of violence is sweep- ing our says a program adding that the cam- paign both the overt and covert aspects of and the institutional as well as the personal forms it BELIEF STRESSED While recognizing this complexity of the descriptive statement says the program stresses that of us can be the instru- ment by which this cycle is by sensitivity to God's love rather than to violent human tendencies. As one ad puts con- cede that violence is in all of us. So is God. Try His way. It works The sponsored annually by 43 national religious bodies in co- operation with the Advertising includes posters and broadcast spots as Well as newspaper and magazine the space and time contributed free as a public service. This runs up to million worth of advertising annually. One of the current citing the diverse forms of and women walk in fear. The hand that would reach out to help is often held back by fear of involvement. No one is free of a child a crooked deal ar- personal violence is The co-operative started in put the empha- sis in its early years on per- sonal religion and participa- tion in church and synagogue. But about eight years it began stressing social ramifications of such as inter-racial reconciliation and concern for the poor. BOARD TAKES OVER on Oct. the SO- member board of including both businessmen and church modified the to give it final say on program content. This previously had been left up to a planning consisting mostly of religious communications specialists. Missionary convention Christian missionary ac- tivities will highlight services here this weekend at Norbndge Community Church. Using color slides and spoken the congregation will hear reports Irom Irish evangelist John McHardy. representing Orien- tal Missionary Society Inter- and missionary teachers Richard and Alice Harder representing Wyclifle Bible Translators in Papua- New Guinea. Sunday services are at 11 j m and 7 p.m. Gospel concert Old time hymns and contemporary gospel music will blend together Nov. 10 in a sacred concert at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church auditorium. The Master's a Calgary male and the John Mathews a mix- ed voice group from Nashville. will be periormers at p.m. Concert tickets are available trom Leister's. 65 Camel relative 66 Watcher 67 Secures by a tenon 69 Individually 71 Lost one 72 Spoliation 73 Know one's 74 Roar 75 Depressions 76 Baseball fireman 78 Fronded 79 Beef sup- pliers 80 up edy 81 Sugar sources 83 Theatre gr IK. by Alice D. again Eyelashes of or animal la Home H 85 Watcher 86 Tactical launching times 87 French ell 89 Alternative 90 Brought by force 91 Descendants of Esau 11 Dedicates 12 Veiled dancer 14 Closed cars 15 French impressionist 17 Suit fabric 18 Weight allowance 92 Sugarcane remains 94 Baughand Davis. Jr 96 clean breast fessedl 98 Difficult problem 99 Pigeon 20 Whisky and bread 22 Men of Yale 23 SRO cus- tomers 24 Drapery items 25 Elliptical 100 Junipers 103 Respite 104 Metric unit 105 Protected 106 Yan- gal 107 Nettled 108 Card game 109 Brake 29 Neither 30 Bill's mate 32 Biblical tower r.ite 33 Famous 35 Donated 36 Hauled 37 Indisposed 110 Fit of pique 111 Surface ailment 112 Hundreds 113 Order-abbr 114 Solidify 116 Blackbird 117 Jehosha- phat's pop 38 Alter 39 Anointed 40 Replete 43 Poker price 44 Sacred beetle 45 Spud 46 Begins 47 Time out SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES rattan noon rnnn ranran onnci nnntinnnnrjcinag nuoaci amn nnnn nmnn nnn noun nnnrcn Finn nranu nnnnni nnnnn nn nnnnnnn nn 1 nnnnn nnnnn nnnn nnra nnnnn l nnojn nnn nrinn nnnn nnn nntinn nrmnnnnnnnranrJ nnnn nnnn nnn nrinn nnnn nnnn laaaaa oaaau oaaaa uurjrjH uauuuul QUQUQU nun LIISUUHU OQQtlLin OQUULlUMQirJUQ UUU dnnuu HHUHLJ unjituH unrau uaon unnu ant-ma uijrjrju UUII auuuauQULJiJofl uuauu aU UUQUU UUaUQ LJUL1LIHL1 uunoiii'ju uaaaB UBUJO uuu auuti Liiaauu uaaua autjuu uuuun uuuLia uoau uauuu uaurau LJQUUU rsuuciui HULJUU uuuuu nrjucm uucjuul 1973 by Chicago Tribuna-N.Y. News Synd. Inc. World Rights Reserved CRYPTOGRAMS IXQU OT H STIHWT IHQUTK AS QNRTYNT BLA BEAUT H IHYXQNERZU HOAXU LTE WROTEHURAY SEAI IXWURZWT QNWTEAQRQ. -By Jo.vncl Davidson SLURP FPURP GLYYONA LM A N R S I Q A I M S FCS DLR ECH SIMFONY LM YLMNA'R ECHO CG FCQ01RD -By Jeanne Biancolll TKCSGUD CUB OXNN ISEDENS TOKIGT XBAK ZNKOTRUIST UBG RUIZKKBT XBAK RUIZT. -By India M.Speiry 4. DIMS FWHOMPF FWHOOPS OWPFFL DISML. -ByJ.B. Cryptograms 1. Does mother moth fondly hand little moth mothball for his birthday'.' 2. The talented dingalings Mitg along with the whippoorwilln in the willow trees. A rent will lometimes follow after arrest. 4. Kid took knitted knotted tie. ;