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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 30, 1974 Montreal coffee house offers haven for young Christians IRIS PASCAN (FRONT CENTRE) WITH FRIENDS AT THE ARK, MONTREAL Martin Bros. Funeral Chapels Ltd. 2nd Generation Funeral Directors and Admmisirative Counsellors for Pre-Arrangements (Authorized by the Alberta Government Security Commission) THE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13th Street North THE TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-2361 Connecting Both Chapels NOW IN OUR 52nd YEAR Member of A F D S (Associated Funeral Directors Service) A World-Wide Connection MONTREAL (CP) Mon- treal has its own Noah, smil- ing from his vessel while a time-bomb ticks away outside marking the seconds before the inevitable holocaust. Peter Aitkens may be only 22 years old but he is not un- like the Biblical character who herded his family onto the Ark to be the lone survi- vors of God's watery wrath on a world gone mad. Mr Aitkens, along with two friends, operates a com- bination coffee house-leather boutique called The Ark in west-end Montreal, offering a haven to youth who have dedicated their lives to Christ. Beyond The Ark, he sees much evil afoot and antici- pates the tragedies of famine and war as forecast in the Bible. He does not think the earth can go on forever in its present state. For Mr. Aitkens, the forces of good and evil are not just theological abstractions. "The devil is the greatest force of evil in the world the devil just screams at you everywhere." He sees the devil at work in the lives of young people, even in rock music. Peter Aitkens used to be a great fan of rock music but now only listens to it occasionally. "In so many songs you hear on the radio it is just people preaching to you to take drugs or have sex with your chick." Peter and his friends are not out to separate themselves from the rest of the world and are critical of some religious youth groups that are so way- THE Sunday Crossword (formerh the Nt u York Herald Tribune. Edited by Robert B. Gillespie Crossword A NUMBER OF THINGS Bv Martha J. DeWitt ACROSS 1 Kind of tooth 53 6 Short for a violin 54 11 Wheelchair 55 necessities 16 Wild party 56 si 21 Greek 57 marketplace 58 22 Violent tug 23 Emigre 24 Artery 59 25 Tinhorn 27 Working norm 60 nowadays 29 Hosp dept 61 30 Hue 31 Takes a bus 62 33 Henpecks 64 34 Big bill 35 All go' 65 37 Sequence 66 38 Doom 67 39 Hiatuses 68 40 Ir terrorists 41 Snooped 69 42 More calm 44 Wheezes 70 47 Ephemeral 49 Skills Certamlv in days of yore Tine Nickel or quarter Moisture barrier Lenient U S presi dent buried in N Y C Pivoted met al tongue Canadian Indian Baseball stat Refute The late Mr Waller Snakes Plant part Pilfer English composer Evil's antithesis Prominent island in WW II 71 Children's game, Morris7 73 Acting independently 75 She has more fun? 77 Pearl i-iar bor s island 78 Bridge 79 Sea nymph 81 Class roll 82 Chills 83 Titf 84 Fatherly 86 Consume 87 Beat 88 Poor pitch 89 Street Arab 90 First lady 91 House destroyer 93 Edison's middle name 94 German name for Polish city 95 Legal document 129 96 Hebrew asret.c 130 97 Sugared ha-ns7 131 99 100 102 103 104 !07 108 109 113 114 115 116 117 H8 121 124 125 126 127 128 Shoe forms Carbonated Strong, hot drink Swamp Greatest Nettled Foxx et al Summons Law Certain 113A Pauline s problem French son Snip Describing a stool or a broken chair Hop o' my Thumb's boots Australian Attend Banal China unit Axed Disagreeable precipitation Sibilants Was father of DOWN 1 Strongboxes 2 Severe pain 3 Boxing events 4 Transgress 5 Attic beams 6 Treats like a pariah 7 School travail 8 Ole. in Oklahoma 9 Stating 10 Makes fun of 11 Allude 12 Spindle 13 1004 14 Attended by all members 15 Administer 38 opiates 39 16 San Francisco 41 and 42 Chesapeake 17 Kind of blow 43 18 Palm variety 44 19 High in price 20 Filmmgs 45 26 Capital 46 of Peru 47 28 ICC and FCC.ea 48 32 Hallow" 50 36 Gratuities 37 Common 51 Catacomb figure 52 Parlor plant German count Stomach down Reduce cleanliness Sea bird Certm lily operation A delay Western roas Fitzpatrick flick Tug does this Western team; gold diggers Lama's bailiwick Mud 54 City named for Etienne Provot 56 Well known brands 58 Gulosity 59 Puff 60 Short for a night animal 63 Wing zool 64 Senora, in Stuttgart 65 Favor 66 Baster. e g. 68 Pain 69 Stram at a 70 Sophia 72 Splotch 73 Precious girl 74 Begin for a spell 75 Yahoo 76 Places or shows 78 Make 3 mess 30 Boat handling fixture 82 Of a highway 83 Goalie's maneuver 84 Meat pip 85 go' 87 Eat 88 Used a leech 89 Prods 92 Potatoes companion 93 Inspired with fear 94 No allov.od 95 Exigency 97 Beloved base ball manager 98 Couturiere 99 De Sue? Canal promoter 101 Matt Di'lo-i in life 103 A! rapacitv 104 Lucifer 105 Dark yellow 106 Camel s back breaker 108 Spot otjam 109 Go'conda and 114 Do one's On 4 map 112 LIK.I-Y Friday for 'v.o 110 Pomp anri Circum Siancp' compose: l i 1 Mail ca- kills thing, in pinochie 115 Mr Ustinov, to friends 116 Celebration 119 Lamb's parent 120 Whiz leader 122 Force- Lat 123 Baba 19 X 19. by Thomas Srhirr 1 Backward Stop up ACROSS 7 Road ascent 20 Gov't org 9 Science of reasoning 11 Maude's former 'oil 13 Oov-.i of 15 K-A! T! 1 7 31Ihe TOD 31 Somber 33 Ship for "wosomes _ 34 French river 21 pueblo Indian 35 Christopher 18 Hospital equipment 22 French slar 23 Pul away SE'TT croup 26 Ca jit Prf 11 27 S'-11- is a bird" 37 Memorabilia 38 Forrior r'T" 40 Tn OT 48 50 Hemp'ibc- 51 Pretentious si 53 Adoitional 54 rro-n Z 55 Fro-n time 67 I DOWN 1 Ethan avis 3 onal maj 8 Ont-who draw; fortti 9 acrobatics 10 Be concern'ri 11 AndrfMs lot one 12 14 B' u .11. r 15 HOT.' 'jn.% R Hflrbara -I. K I C, K K I, 1 O H H 51 K O H K Ii O I li N A i L O H 7, O II J', i A I O H 7, N in rim M try 1974 'i i Worifl ft Phts f" SMJ.S q 1 H T A M K M V L I T M T T r 1 T 7, H h Y t M 1, S K I) (i M Q D K M S J) 7, K S Y A T U Earllrcland THK PITS TROMP Ii f KKHKI P 1 C tJ P SCHEI s I H K 1 S H K M T J O i U -Bj BJ.R pork landed perfectly ifu] horJtrj far. i-'il'-d in bifj mfiutli Soon nutumn in fall ijV tirn" for autumn to Iravc I nVnown 'tjirUt rcur-Y-cS ,1 lorn- and mu'h ballyhoo. rhibit'liM difinntu ijj ivd }im f'.-! out society cannot relate to them. While The Ark was an es- cape, it was not intended to alienate people. He does not describe him- self as a "Jesus and does not identify with the fiery youths who pound the pavement with Bibles scoop- ing up drug addicts and lonely, impressionable runaways. But Mr. Aitkens is a young church-going man who would not pass up an opportunity to witness. In referring to the Jesus People Army, a youth move- ment that captured the imagi- nation of many troubled hearts, he chastised such peo- ple for "rejecting the church." He said "Jesus is the found- aton of the church and we are the stones. You can't separate yourself from the church." Mr. Aitken says he has been a Christian for a year. "One night I prayed to God and the next morning I woke up and knew there was a God." He does not think many peo- ple put him down for being a devout Christian although his father thinks he is too zealous Funds earmarked for disadvantaged OTTAWA (CP) Three years of planning bore fruit this week with the official for- mation organization aimed at helping low-income and disadvantag- ed groups. PLURA, comprised of representatives of the Presbyterian, Lutheran, United, Roman Catholic and Anglican churches of Canada, has earmarked about in 1974 to help needy groups to "carry out social and economic programs of self- help." Grant Maxwell, a member of the organization's board of directors, said Wednesday that the original idea for PLURA began in 1971. Although the organization has already issued more than in grants this year, it didn't formally begin operations until Monday, Mr. Maxwell said. "We held our first formal meeting Monday at which a board of directors was elected and an executive set he said. The initial for 1974 was raised by the five churches and will be dis- tributed evenly among the organization's four Quebec, Penitence for Yule? GENEVA (Reuter) The general secretary of the World Council of Churches has called on Christians to regard Christmas 1974 as a time of penitence rather than feasting. In a Christmas message, Dr. Philip Potter said Christ- mas was regarded as the an- nual festival of consumer societies, but this year would be a time of hunger for millions. Dr.. Potter, a West Indian Methodist clergyman, said "this heightened awareness of the plight of our fellow human beings should force us to revise our false understan- dings of Christmas." Ontario and the western prov- inces. Mr. Maxwell said PLURA is not a give-away charity group but rather an organization geared to making resources "available to low-income and or other disadvantaged Cana- dian groups so as to assist them to carry out socio- economic programs of self- provin- cially, regionally and nationally." and objects to his involvement with The Ark. For Iris Pascan, 30, it has taken four years after her conversion to regain rapport with some members of her family. "You see, I was she said. "For a long time my mother treated me like dirt, but now she sees the beautiful things that have happened in my life and she benefits from that beauty." Mrs. Pascan, who also works at The Ark, has a strong faith that God will show her how to solve her problems and tends to answer personal "questions with a well-memorized Bible pas- sage. She hesitates to state her opinions on many subjects. "I have no right to opinions. God tells me what to do. I am just a person." Mrs. Pascan says she has the ability to speak in tongues unconsciously controlled words of a language "either earthly or heavenly" which are a prayer to God. She says "speaking in tongues is spiritually edify- ing During such experiences "I am crying out to God in an un- known language and sometimes I am rejoicing." "I am not seeking a gious experience, but a per- sonal relationship with God." WANTED SCRAP IRON Now Paying More For All Types Of Scrap Metal Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron! IRON Truck Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITfcO NEW LOCATION 206-33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 Our Business" POLE AUCTION MON, DEC. p.m. MADGE EQUIPMENT LOT MILK RIVER, ALBERTA 706 Poles Various lengths 860 Cross arms 41 miles of steel wire 13 miles of copper wire Sale conducted by PERLiCH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, Lethbridge Phone 329-3101 Located 3 miles east of Lethbridge on Highway 3 and mile south. AUCTIONEERS JOE PERLICH Lie. 010293 BOB BALOG TONY PERLICH Lie. 067454 Lie. 010292 WE HAVE MOVED TO Stan Kiassen Roy Osier 455-HOLIDAY VILLAGE Our recent move lo our new location was made so that we couJd serve our clients even betler We snvite our many friends and customers to drop in and see our new premises, nave a coffee and discuss any o' their real estate or insurance needs If you can't drop m phone any of our friendly sales staff and Inev will be happy 1o help you in any way they csn CITY REALTY INSURANCE LTD. 455-Holiday Village Phone 329-3000 ;