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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 TW UTHMMMf Th.ilfay, U, HM- By JOAN BOWMAN BeraU Still Writer to the 3rd conven- of the ABC (Atterta-Bri- tish CoJunbtt) dMriet ai the Chureh-Mitteuri Sy- nod spent more than two hours 'ednesday light debating the knotty .quettion of Biblical in- .erpretatioB. The delate Wbwed sages by the three-day eonven- i essayist (devotional Dr. Waller Battling, professor oprig< and blossoms to a Urh- Herald secretory Helen Kovoftt, right, and editorial auiston) Peggy Konitby, on behajf of the Penticton Chamber of Commerce. Tho men were in Wednesday promoting Pentkton'i peach blossom season. Producers Must Make Decisions Says Paul Babey, Unifarm Head Paul Babey of Uni- believes if Canada is to establish an organized farm community, the producers must be Ox ones making the deri- sions. Mr. Babey said, in Lett- bridge yesterday "This way, we would stffl have to pay for the mistaka, lot at lent we would have the privilege of "Fanners have always de- pended on someone else to solve tbejr problems" he said, "but when an beue. concerning public money or rorwmMT prices pops up, tbe government natality leans to where the votes are omisiug from, tbe New Chairman For Head Start Mrs. Kathy RusseD, a Leth- bridge district farmer's wife, was elected chairman of the Stact QemonsvBuoo pro- ject Wednesday Mrs. Russell replaces Bob Gall, chairman lor 1369-1970, who B counseDing psychologist tar the Lethbndfie pobic school ial ja vices for (he city wet- !are deoarbnent; Mr. GaU, as public school board renraento- ive; Dr. W. J. Oanley, as sep- arate school board representa- tive; Dr. Stailey A. Perkins, as University of LeOfcridge facal- board. Norma Strubbie was elected vice chairman, and Mr. GaD will be past chairmasi on the Head Start eaecotive committee. Committee members at- large will include Don Hagen, 'principal of Agnes Davidson Elementary School; Bin Ker- director ot preventive so- DKTRICH DENTURE CLINIC Slfi SI. S. Mi. 32M09S Above ty of education representative Dr. Dorothy Lampard, U of L professor of education) Mrs. Alberta Clarke, teacher at St Basil's. School; Mrs, RuUi Daw, secretary of the Leth- bridge home and school associ- ations eoDneQ; Matinee Lai dry, directa of etenKotary ed ucation for the Lethbridge sep- weak, due to a general act of organiiation and second- because of our diminish! ng be added. Tbe latest government action, )peratko lilt (wheat acreage reduction) was one example ven by Mr. Babey as a faulty solution. "U gives very limited artaapatioo, and provides DO ncentive. It fa oniy beneficial people 'eonrrftuting .to tbe surplus and who didn't iractise voluntary restraint in s past few yean. The sotutioo to Canada's nculturai probketnft Hes MI marketing, both domestic and fbreipi. Fanners have always avoided marketing, but these markets have peat r pains, beef and pork." Mr. Babey abo beSeva fa lenceful co exfetence .with pdrticiaro. When yea try to embarrass politicians 'into action, with on. parliament and tne ke, he won't be very oonsider- te of your requests when they reach legislature." The immediate future plan scfaool boifd} BO! Lmgard, -speert thera- pist wall the dry health unit Home Puckett, a U of L edo- otJou it'riffit ivbo pien fa in Lethbridge next year Mrs. Jill Kotlas, an active Head Start advisor once the project's formation; and the Head Start teacher in the corn- tag year. Moke Driving a Pleasure Again! Reptox. Your Worn Shock Abaorbon WHh oaco PLEASURIZERS THtT TW SMOOTH OOMO, WMOVI HANMMO ANO CONttOL YOU KWO THC PLEASURIZER HO W Travel unusually bumpy or rutted Want .more positive control for severe heavy duty service, IF YOU rRAVT IOAK CH TOW A THAIIH YOU NftD, DELCO PIEASUR-L1FTS wvrce fhot your c 9 'rWfng coi A true levelling device fnot on an ever keel without sacrificing ______ fort or safety, completely ecny as filling a tire, ItUOY Trtt tUTH COKVtNKNCI OF DELCO AC mejueaie StE US TODAY BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOIILE CM PARTS 2nd Ave ind 8rh J, PfratM 327-3147 of XJnifarm are in resrrganiia tion, Mr. Bzbey said, with em- phasis being placed on building better communications with tin nation and tbe development a feasible marketing program West Castle 3oses Run West Castle Ski Resort dosed for the season. Skiing conditions are poor and it is not expected sufficien win fall to warrant an lather skiing this season. Mayor Tor Sale' BT BILL PROVKX Herald Staff Writer Tomght they seD tile Persons interested in pur- chasing a mayor or assorted other Lethbridge are reminded to attend the Southern Aberta Tea Or- ganization slave auction to be brid from 7 to o'clock to- night at ZeDer's County Fair on Mayor Magratb Drive. Among those to be offend fcr sale tonight are teachers from tbe Lethbridge ,CoUe- giate Institute and Winston Churchill H i g h School, Joan Waterfield, Bill Provick, plus various students and mem- bers of SATO. The slaves who have don- ated themseves for auction have been given forms to be rilled out by their temporary employers and these forms phis the money donated to SATO as a salary for the (laves wifl.be turned in to SATO. All proceeds, including tbe original prices paid for the slaves win go towards scholarship fund currently be- ing established by SATO, Shoplifters Steal Glasses Tm) more cases Invohrin shoptifting were heard in mag state's court Wednesday. A Raymond woman was fined and costs when she plcadee guilty to stealing a pair'of sun- glasses valued at (3.M. A Femle, B.C., man was abc fined and costs for stealir a pair of Both persons said they cou not offer the court any reasc for stealing the sunglasses. onference Speaker Sparks Controversy Bible Interpretation Debated Nevertheless, proclamation of the law, as written, could lead U a lease of sin which would erentualhr drive a man taChint. Another dekfafe said, after MTBf Dr. Bartling he was raovBced that critidsras