Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 LFTHSKIDGE HERALD lutldny. 11. c server re on author V'MUxl Church activities i.riliT- taken in the community A Mission Rally, iiy i liov Albert Daldeo of Co.ilrl.ile I United Clnireh. will .1! p in. :uu! is lo tiive an accurate picture of liio modem mission ontroiich of I't- natlian churches Hev. IlnUieo formerly served as minister in Trimd.ul Dr. K. W. K. Klliut; of S. nicnl of hroach-asliiiR of llu1 nilod Church Mill speak on conimunu-iilions work in the 1'hillipiiH'S. The .lunior Choir of .Ik-Killijj) United Church will punide mu- sic during the Mission Service. Music at tlic youtli service lo bt1 licit! at 7 p.m. will be pro- vidcd by 'I'he Centurions, ac- clauiic'd ;is Can.ula's number one gospel The six- Christian Church' minster United Church, a lorm-; member Broup has pcrtormcil er staff member of the Hoard v.illi Iliu Ncn Clirislic Minstrels t CAIH Celebration is of House Missions o( the Vailed and lhc Imperials and in con- 1 certs, festivals, colleges and sponsored and arranged by the Church of Canada, will M.ieak nc'.vly-ioroK'd and on [lie social and ivliijioiK nor'; Disii-ict Co-ordinatinn Council, done in special areas in Can of Ihe I'nilcd Church of Can- atla. ada. oiTanrml to inii'iSr.nU' lialpli .Milton of the (Icparl- ji> Ih-r.-ihl Slat! IVritri- Tu'cnty .veiir? aro. Joy broimht cl.uieiui; to southern Al- bertans. This week, dancing brought. liaek. Durintz a trip lo this area in Ihc extrovert, (tevelcp tor introvcrl. "H's a wonderful An itie.s ami mission dis-; play will he set op for public fiom 10 a in. to H p.m.1 Sunday showing the program and work of the church anil inirsion rtL'livilies. o! all tlmoinina- liuns are invited.. United t'luirdics in the community will not holtl services Sunday, .so thai memhers may attentl. People are ii.nud lo bring their lunch, ami a lunch coun- ter v.ill be open lo serve bev- Unemployment Insurance Commission under fire here for slow payments ix Hy Ill'DY HAUr.EMillKK Ilo.nlil Slnff Writer cause (lie period had already, before regular henofils are j "snarky" welfare agent who hccn served. m.iilcd so that families can 1 said Williiim X's problems Ho sympathises with UIC anil; budget, he bays. i were problem, not Iho miderstamls il may be n little j "Not knowing when onytlnnu welfare dc-partmenl's. "slow" now because it is fioine; is coming, if ever, makes it l Following a honesty but doesn't give it' through its transition period impossible lo to pay bills. experience." William got a charges William X. from and old UIC Act lo Ihe They shoulihrl give us that ma-1 voucher, plumber and father of two who oaCf this year. larky aboul the cheques IwinR has worked ahout However, when UIC person- in Ihe mail when they aren't.1' two weeks since; his January nel "out and out lie'1 to him Twice, to put food in his [am- lay-off and has marked llm about why no money lias ar- ily's stomach. William asked money lie earned on his UK! William pels annoyed i ofr welfare assistance and go! (jlrim'. il. Tlic Unemployment Insuv- mcT Commission "demands has been almost steadily out of A nurse i-y for chJldrci) under fuur years ot iigc wiU be set up MKs Camcien. "All t'liiltiroii in I lie room of Ihe should Im exposed to dtincrinc ilinn during Uic morniny al. soiiio lime incl .illcrnoon services. Uhon Miss Camclen lefl bridge years laler, llic Miss Camden lefl April 193: Joy an Kn- daniing school was taken over X.J'fi glish ballerina nml choreop-; by intricl rapher, decided to establish a- M--r- i ballet school in I.oLhbridpe. A peneralion ;uul many miles and experiences later, a teaching engagement in K d in o n I o n brought her back for a visit. comer anil to direct the Van-l. comer Ballet Society Work- shop, a student troupe which J Miss Camden originally came puts on a major production al to Canada as a guest teacher the end of each season. and choreographer "mainly for domestic reasons" j 9 f lo lake over a school in cash basis. His wife says William could probably work longer during the anticipated winter con- struction slowdown is lie spenl more time "drinking with the Yig'A as she has been told hy others. Because 5s n family Conhlalo lie cnetnmlercil n Kinettes donate to Golden Mile The Kincltii Club job will present a cheque for 3700 fo tlie Golden Mile Drop In i Ccr.trc to be used lo buy a pool money prim- 'Marily tlirongh the .sale of Kiugo Bingo licketj. The 2f> members of the men's to the i pii, I man rather than drinking man 10 uotinte H jf. for ,0 ferent organizations money lo. Last October t h R group presented SI ,000 to The Canadian .Mental ciation. Health Asso- work. TOO Cooics S3. 30 plus fox Alhri-lnns will he ablo lo par- ticipate in the consultations when they are held in Edmon- ton May at Ihc Edmonton Inn. The focus he on the- "ur- CMIIA >IKKT The church at which Flor-, ence Wilkinson is serving as an The Cnndian iMental health i minister is McICillop Associntioii, southern Alberta] United Cliurcli, and not ijoulli-1 region, bonvd meeting schcri-1 minisler Uniled Church as physical and social prob- I for Monday night has been- .staled in Monday's Herald. Tliuf lems caused by technology, in-] postponed to 7 p.m. April 24 al Hernlrl regrets any cnibnvrnss- duslrializalion and pnpulaLinn Tne is scL in a Vith cen- tury Spanish prison and leJls of ridveniurcs of Don Quixote interpretation of his crer.ior, Miguel Cervantes. the notice. tlm PARENTS! Send Your Child To EUROPE this Summer SPECIAL "9 COUNTRY TOUR" Including the "Riviera" and 5 Dayi in "London Town" Departs July JO for 36 Days Air fare ONLY ATA. Members Also Eligible Phone 327-6318 Musical numbers include T, Don Quixote; The Impossible Dream; and LHllc Hird, Lilllc lefl here 12 years and by coincidence. Bhcl. exactly 20 since licr first Th" cast ol is pvedomi- visil. She stopped in LcthliridEc nanily male. Auditions will be hoforc relnmint; lo af-' held in May. teaching en- the Eleavener ii] Edmonton. brief and two-page summary commenting on the action plan clew-loped hy (he conference secretariat lo UN Box 803C. Ottawa, K1G 3P9. ler a vrcpk-loni v.ilh Dance Studios where slie is officially a perma- nent guest teacher Her greatest interest, a Lclh- Herald btory in 13J2 is to spread the art of Ihe hallct around. Tn 1971'., she fceh she did spread it lo at fj p.m. Wednesday l.elhbridge. lioardrooni. .Menial hoallh meet so I The I.ctlihridge and Area Mental HcEi'lU Planning Coun- cil v.ill hold a regular meeting at Ihe pressures." The Slorjkholm conference, to be held Inter lln's year, is ex- pected to result in the draft- ing of iiUcL-imlioruil agreements I uhich deal problems. More Ilian 1.5JX1 rcpresenla- vf-ftAt of most of lne UN lncm' tO SLtlj ott-afix' ber countries are expected to allend. Canadians can participate in The I.ethbridpe Community i consultations by College board o[ governors I sending turned down a reciuest by Dr. H. David Clark, chairman of academic awards, lo increase the number and amount of scholarships awarded from! of adion ,nn nrc ol) the Lurie and Neufchl Scholar- [rom thc sam( shin Fund. Dr. Clark had applied Cor two scbolarRhips of each to replace the present single scholarship of S100, awarded 1 (o (he most outstanding draft- I ing sludeot. j The board said it had an obligation lo keep the scholar- ship relative to thc lime when it was awarded and said it could not approve the proposal i at the present time. The board also arranged to i present lo thc Alberta colleges j commission the results nf a re j cent student; council rnfcren- dum, A sliulcnl vote of 'M'l to 155 readied in the dec is km to impose an increase of in "niT0 lhG SlU" i Participants in the first fair, T The deadline for entries is April 13, bnl Ilii.s may be cx- Lhe LclhbridRc Municipal Hos-j nicnl pital nurses' residence the error may have ruitant Print 1269 TJi.ird Aye. S. entries fair slow The deadline for enlries in the second annusil Social Slu- dies Projects Fair at Wilson Junior Ilifjh School is drawing elosfir and, ?o far, only a tiandhil of cr.lries tiavc been rc- ccivucl. i Tticrc more lhan ilcmic vice president, will at- lend the Alberln Colleges Alh- letic Conference. Tho hoard nppi-ovcd (lie renewal of a formal lease will) lhc regional office of Ihe de- partment of erlnciiliun lav n further period ot one year. Canada's fii Ukcn in IK? population num WF.S I tended bcciau.sc ot lhc slow re .spnnsc TlK1! compel il ion is cpi-n lo nil schools in Albert n and the fair will be held on May in. 1 There will be three divisions i in the compelilion L to :i, Grades lo H anc! 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