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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 'HE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Nowmber It, 1972 Satan infiltrates mankind VATICAN CITY (CP) Pope Paul said yesterday whole so- cieties have fallen under the do- mination of Ihe devil. He said sex and narcotics provide open ings for Satan's infiltration of mankind. Pope Paul spoke of the devil and Hie "myslery of wicked- ness" at his weekly public au- dience More a crowd of in the modernislic hall of au- diences. "One of the great needs of our time is a defence against that evil which we call the devil." the Pope said. It was the first time that Pope Paul has devoted an en- tire speech lo discussion of the devil. Observers expressed belief it reflected his concern over the spread of satanic cults in many countries. Sources reported the Vatican has recently received Cresli reports from its experts on sects practising devil wor- ship Investigators recently found evidence of a black mass, a sa- tanist rile, and vandal damage at the altar of Turin's cathedral in northern Italy, where the "holy shroud" is preserved. The "holy shroud" is revered as the burial linen of Christ. "We all are under an obscure the Pope said. "II is by Satan, the prince of this world, the No. 1 enemy." The Pope deplored the fact that in the revised rite of bap- tism less emphasis is put on ex- orcism, the part in which the priest orders the devil to leave the person to christened. "I don't know whether this is the Pope.said of the revised baptismal rite he him- self approved three years ago as part of the reform ot church services. NEED A TRUCK? FOR HARVESTING OR MOVING? RENT OURS! 1TON WITH DUALS 8'xlZ'x35" BOX AND HOIST STOCK RACKS AND TARP Also available for rent PINTO MAVERICK TORINO CALL NOWI DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. 16th Avenue and M.M. Drive S., Lethbridge Box 1234 Phone 378-8861 MEMBER FORD RENTACAR SYSTEM "Still, the devil is not forgot- ten by the Pope Paul said. "He is the occult enemy who spreads errors arid dis- asters in human history. He is the evil and crafty deceiver who knows how to creep into us." The Pope expressed regret that modern church scholars showed little interest in study- ing Satan's action "on single in- dividuals as well as on commu- nillcs and entire societies and on events." He said many would rather seek answers in psy- choanalytical and psychiatric studies "or in spiritualist experiences, unhappily so widely spread in some countries nowadays." Pope Paul said that the devil has always been active in the world. But he warned against excesses in identifying Satanic Influences in specific cases. He said: "A great, great deal of caution is required even if the signs of the devil seem to be evident." National orchestra praised NEW YORK (CP) The Na- tional Arts Centre orchestra from Ottawa wins high praise from The Times in a view of its second apperance in this city. "It has been welded into a trim, skilful homogenous unit by its director, Mario Ber- writes critic Raymond "ft creates a remark- ably transparent sound, even in such a dense work as Schoen- berg's Chamber Symphony No. 2, which was on the program." The orchestra, formed three years ago, made its first New York appearance in February, and returned Wednesday night to Fully Hall. Commenting on Tableau, a work for strings by Canadian composer Harry Freedman, Sricon says it "fulfils its in- tentions nicely, and if it is a small work It is a fine one." Before you buy... test the top 3! See what the 73 Scorpion's got... See for yourself who's Number One! Only Scorpion Stinger dares to make this challenge. Be- cause only Scorpion offers these engineering advances for 1973: "Para-Rail" suspension. Combines the best features of both slide rails and bogeys. "Power-Thrust" clutch. Delivers more of the en- gine's power to the track than any consumer clutch known. "Power-Bite" track. All- poly track grips the snow better for more get-up- and-go. See the entire Scorpion Slinger line for 1973: Super Stinger 440-Super Slinger 400-Stinger 340 Stinger 290 and 290 ET-Super Stingerette 340. Look oul, Cat.' Look out, Ski-Doo! Scorpion Slinger is thru.' scorpion stinger On display now at your authorized scorpion dealer: 'LAINSMAN 319 7th Sired 5., Lolhbrldge, Alberta UNITED FARMERS OF ALBERTA 3131 2nd N. Alberta KEN'S SALES ft SERVICE Coulli, Alberta BELFAST TURMOIL Mri. Anita Currie, 30, who laid Friday she was beaten and "branded" by two terrorists in her Belfast home, holds her baby daughter and stands with husband at their home recently when bullets struck their bungalow wall. The hus- band, Austin Currie, points to one of the bullet holes. He is a member of Northern Ire- land's suspended provincial parliament. University could site plan i i i opposed reav whirlwind reap EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta Liberal leader Bob Russell has urged the government to reject any plan to turn the pro- posed Athabasca University site into a public park. In a letter to Allan Warrack, lands and forests minister, Mr. Russell said the proposed site northeast of Edmonton should be reserved for future educa- tional construction. lie proposed using Big Lake, west of St. Albert on Edmon- ton's northern edge, as a rec- reational site and said the acres proposed for Athabasca University should be used to make sure Alberta does not fail to provide proper land for ex- panded educational require- ments. If development began Imme- diately, Big Lake could be used for some of the water sports featured in the 1978 British Commonwealth Games to be held at Edmonton, said Mr. Russell. LONDON (CP) A govern- ment order tightening rules con- cerning citizens of Com- monwealth countries coming here to work will be up for ap- proval in the House of Com- mons Wednesday and Uie oppo- sition Labor party is expected to take a stand against it. The effect of the proposed or- der on Canadians and citizens of other "old Commonwealth" countries coming to Britain after Jan. 1 has been given ex- tra prominence by Montreal- born Sir Max Aitken, writing in The Daily Express. In a front-page statement, Aitken, son of the late Lord Beaverbrook, declared that if Prime Minister Heath goes through with the order as it af- fects Commonwealth countries including Canada he "will reap the whirlwind." In the Commons yesterday government House Leader James Prior suggested that Ait- ken's statement "went a good BOOKKEEPER REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY A competent bookkeeper, able to handle all ac- counts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, etc., is required for local retail store. Salary, fringe benefits commensurate with experience. Reply in own writing, supplying personal resume to: Box 84, Lethbridge Herald All information held In strictest confidence. deal further lhan representing the actual facts on the immi- gration due to take ef- fect the day Britain officially joins the European Common Market. The government order would give persons coming to Britain from Common Market countries priority in certain cases over those coming from the Com- monwealth. Commonwealth citizens, apart from those with special vou- chers, would be treated as aliens. In his Commons statement, Prior said the rules "make changes in the position of Com- monwealth citizens, only in re- lation to admission for long- term employment. "These people will always be welcome here as visitors, stu- dents and for working holidays, on exactly the same terms as before, and still retain their status and privileges under our Prior added. Aitken, chairman of Beaver- brook Newspapers Lid., said in liis article that "the descend- ants of those who built Canada and Australia and New Zealand and southern Africa must enjoy unlimited access to this coun- try." Die Labor parly objects to what it terms the government's discrimination against persons from Commonwealth countries. SEE THE NEW '73 MODELS OF THE CONESTOGA MOTOR HOMES McDONELL MANUFACTURING 1502 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. THE MOST COMPACT MOTOR HOME ON THE MARKET TODAY 19, 22, and 24 ft. capacity Motor Homes THE smoolliesi riding Mo lor Horn a ma da today THE Homo with Jha leas) noiie iniido whiln travelling THE only Molor Homo available Today with Iho riding quality of a largo automobile THE Manner of conilruclion of thfl 22 fl. capacity motor homo wilh receded bumpers is tho only Motor Home known today with twin gaucho bods and gaucho dinclto that tan bo lawfully parked at a parking motor of any cily THIS Malar Homo has more upper cupboard and ilorage spaca than most other makei CALL our factory and me lor yourioU, rhpctc tho conslrudion and moke comparisons Ask to sea our new MINISTOGA British move Isaid good for Canada LONDON (Ileuter) Cana- dian leaders recognize that en- try into the European Common Market will make Britain a stronger and more useful ncr to its "old fiends'1 in the Commonwealth, the House of Commons was told here. Anlhony chancellor of the exchequer, gave this reply lo questions by Conservative MP Robert Acllcy about Canadian relations nnd the Commonwealth connection. Adley asked whether the proj- i ecled conference o[ Cora- j monwealth prime expected to take place in the second half of offe? Britain a chance to improve links Iwlween Canada and the enlarged European community. Barber said lie thinks il is well understood in Canada and Uie Commonwealth generally that British entry docs not de- note any weakening of British interest in its Commonwealth associates. "On Ihe he said, "my discussions with Canadians has shown our memlxrship will strengthen tlw economy and they rccoimizc Ihnl this, In will make us a stronger and more useful pnrnor to our old friends." Adley also suggested that British Prime Minister Hcnth should Invite Canadian Prime Minlslp- Trudcnu lo pay nn offi- cial visit lo Britain. Barber, replying for the prime minister who is in North- ern l.-clnml, said Ihe Canadian leader knows Heath is always nsndy to welcome Trudeaii for Ulta. Human sciences spending upped OTTAWA (CP) Federal government spending on the hu- man which range from economics and c.-iminology to architecture and religious increased by almost 30 per cent annually Lo reach million this year, Statistics Canada reports. The figures are contained in a special report on federal gpv- eniment activities in the human sciences which is to become an annual publication by the etatis- ics bureau as the government increases its direct involvement in the field. Such expenditures on the hu- man sciences amount to only about for every ?4 that the treasury spends on the natural sciences, the study of subjects related to nature rather than humans. Actual outlays have risen from million in the fiscal year ended March 31, 1971, to million last fiscal year and million in the current year which runs to next March 31. However, these figures are dis- torted by the unusual ex- penditures related to the 1971 federal census. Apart from those outlays, expenditures on the human sciences rose by 27 per cent and 29 per cent in the last two years. Sylvia Ostry, chief statisti- cian, writes in a preface to the report that Statistics Canada topes eventually to cover the whole field of all the sciences, hut so far lias extended its data on the natural sciences into those fields of the human scien- ces in which federal govern- ment expenditures play a part. The repo.-t deals with govern- ment outlays In "all disciplines studying human actions md conditions." These include an- thropology, economics, human geography, law, political sci- ence, sociology, and the social aspects of architecture and de- sign, psychology and linguistics. They include public and busi- ness administration, committee, communications, criminology, demography, agricultural eco- nomics, Industrial relations, so- cial work, and urban and re- gional studies. Languages, literature, his- tory, philosophy and religious studies are involved, too, though Statistics Canada does not divide its work by academic classificaions. Capital expenditures in Hie human science field rose from about milhon in 1970-71 to million last year and million this year. Part of this went to- wards a new Statistics Canada office building, but most of it went to northern conservation work and historic sites restora- tion. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIM ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION [JJJMAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICI RIPLEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Av.. S. Phon. 328-9447 EXPERIENCED SALESMAN Required immediately for leading men's clothing stare in Lethbridge. For a personal please submit qualifications, marital status, etc., lo Box 85, Lethbridge Herald 'AROUND YOU1 Anthology of Southern Albertan's Literature is now for sale to the Public available ot HOUSE OF BOOKS 319 Blh St. S. U. of L. BOOKSTORE Another opporlumliei for youth project! STEVE SPISAK AUCTION SALE LOCATED 1 MILE EAST AND 1 MILE SOUTH OF COALHURST, ALBERTA TERMS CASH LUNCH SSRVID MONDAY, NOV. 27 -1 p.m. Having rtcelvtd from owner will offtr for tale al auction the following: TRACTORS Masiey Harris 55 Gas Tractor, PTO, good rubber IHC Farmall A GQJ Tractor, PTO John Deere Model D, PTO, good running condition TRUCKS 1953 Chevrolet HaH Ton with stock racki SPRINKLER SYSTEM German Rupp Irrigalion Pump (PTO) 2i (5x30) Pieces Main Line 29 (4x40) Pieces Sprinkler Pipe (end rise) Rain Bird Sprinkler Gun Assorlmenl of Elbowi and Connectors MACHINERY Jeoffroy 10 ft cultivator; J.D. 10 ft. pren drill; J.D. 8 ft. high wheel Massey Ferguson No. 10 PTO baler; Case 8 ft. side delivery Masiey Harris 12 ft. pull type swather; Cocks hull 10 ft. disc; 6 ft. pull type combine; McCarmick 6 ft. PTO mower; Dump type rake; Kirchner Ditcher (crank type) Chatlln ditcher) 10 x 18 ft. leveller; J.D. no. 44 Iwo boMom 16" plow; Dia- mond harrow (4 sections) and hitch; 10 ft. 2 wheel flat deck irnilor. HAY 900 bales, alfalfa brome mixture. MISCELLANEOUS Briggi and Slratton (4 cycle) 3 HP gas motor; New Tecomaster 1 HP elnctric motorr 1 electric mo tori; 12 ft- groin auger with qas molor; Bull Dog Batlery Chargflr: Chicken brooder 100 gal, water trough Motor run table sa-w and vise; Charcoal Bar-B-Q; Hydraulic pump; 50 Ibi. Canada No. 1 alfalfa ioed; Anorlmenf of pipes, belts, llrei; Tire pump; Asiorlment of shop tools, shovels, ralcel, axes, cultivator spikes; 1 dog house; 1 coal stove. HOUSEHOLD 1 cheslcrfield and chair; I racking chair; 1 table and 4 chairs; 1 Coloman oil heater; 1 croam separator; 1 domes- tic tewing machine (fairly I Elecirolux vacuum cleanerj Assortment of dishci; 4 ,1 lamps. The description ai lo condition or otherwise ai lej forth en each ilem it merely a r-H no way a warrnnlv or guarantee, actual or imolied. Neither Ihe auctioneer or Ihe owner responllble for any errori In description or condition. SALE CONDUCTED BY Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Box 1057, Office Phon. 378-3951 AUCTIONEERS JOE PERllCH BOB BALOO ED TONY MUNCH lie. 010291 Lie, 067154 Lie. 012467 Lie. 010292 Ph. 328-9772 Ph. 647-3201 Ph. 545 6452 Ph. 321-9172 Uthbrldge Milk liver low li'and Alberta Alberta Alberta Alberta ;