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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBHIDGE HERALD Saturday, September 28. 1S74 Sistine mass opens synod VATICAN CITY (Reuter) Pope Paul celebrated mass Friday in the Sistine Chapel before more than 200 of the Roman Catholic Church's highest prelates gathered here for the fourth world synod of bishops. The pontiff, who celebrated his 77th birthday Thursday, spoke in Latin of man's frailty and smallness and prayed for spiritual guidance in the sy- nod's work. The 200 bishops, including patriarchs of the Eastern Rite churches and cardinals of the Roman Curia, were gathered beneath the ceiling painted by Michaelangelo in the early 16th century. The pontiff stood at an altar in front of it. If our houses look good to you, our coupon should look even better. SAVE or on a new Lindal cedar home! This coupon is worth at least S500 toward the cost of any Lindal home ordered between now and Oct It could even be worth just ask us for details. 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TaberLDS reminded of Christ's return TABER (HNS) The great potential of the youth of the church to become outstanding leaders, and to prepare the world for the second coming of Christ was the message of presiding Bishop Victor L. COMPLETE HOMEOWNERS' INSURANCE AT LOWER RATES HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201-3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-7777 ABSTAINER'S INSURANCE COMPANY The only Canadian Company providing automobile and fire insurance exclusively to abitainert. Brown in his address to the Taber Alberta quarterly stake conference recently. Mr. Brown, a native of Cardston, told nearly persons that there is no time for mediocrity, and that peo- ple can become what they want to be in their relationships with their Heavenly Father. First counsellor in the stake presidency, Garth M. Harris conducted the conference in the absence of president Kenneth P. Anderson, confin- ed to hospital under doctor's orders Mr. Harris spoke on the family as the basic unit of the home, church, society, and eternity with the father the head and the mother the home maker. Burns W. Wood spoke on selfless service as a re- quisite to happiness. Calgary Canada Mission president Raymond Beckham and Mrs. Beckham discussed missionary work as an essen- tial feature of the gospel of Je- sus Christ. Also addressing the conference were Bishop Donald H. Fisher, Mrs. Alice Garner, youth speakers Darla Tagg of Medicine Hat and David Hall of Bassano and Mrs Helma Barton. Business of the conference included the appointment of Douglas Francis, J. Beverley Johnson and Kenneth G. Furgason to the stake high council, and of Raymond H. Sheen as stake executive secretary. Mrs. Kingston said she was dissatisfied with her white Congregational church's approach to race relations, and sought something more relevant. "I met people and groups I didn't know she said. 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