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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta aior facing church SASKATOON (CP) A church report sriyitui Quebec IKLS a rijjlu lo inrkrpemlcncc and resolutions ranyiny from apar- theid Jn South Africa lo abor- tion in Canada are up for dis- cussion startinj; next Tuesday when the parliament of the United Church of Canada starts meeting, .Several major concerns face (he 25th Cenenil Council of the United Church, Canada's larg- est Protestant religious denomi- nation. They deal wi'Ji national goals for Canada, the environment, liberation of youth, un- derdeveloped countries and the future of society. The 450 commissioners lo the general assembly, winch usu- ally meets every Uv> years, also .set administrative policy Eor the church and determine how the church should react to Ihc issues of the times. "Heightening the quality of human life is our main con- FRONTIER DINING GOURMET DINING Featuring I PRIME RIBS CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS and LOBSTER EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL Phono 327-5701 far reservations ticiSrl Dr. George Morri- son of Toronto, secretary of the General Council. Church spokesmen sakl the much-discussed union with the Anglican Church of Cnnutla ami tho Christian Cknircli (Disciples of Christ) will not come about as a result of this eight-day as- .semhly. NO UNION ACTION Tho general commission on church union will report on the .stains of negotiations under way for nearly 25 years, but no action i.s to taken on it by [he council. First business scheduled Is election of a moderator to .suc- ceed Rt.'ncv. A. B. B. Moores of Toronto. Four men have been nomi- nated: Ilcv. II. W, Henderson of Vancouver, personnel secre- tary of the British Columbia conference oE the church; v. Clifford A. S. of Metro- politan United Church, Toronto; Hev. N. Ilrnce Rloor Street United Church, Toronto; and John ttlnck, a Kingston, Out., hiwycr. If elected, Mr. Black would be tiio second laymen to Ixi- coine moderator. The first was Dr. Robert McCHire of Toronto, noted surgeon and medical mis- sionary now serving at .1 hasni- lal in North Borneo after his of- ficial retirement in 1971. The possibility of a woman becoming moderator for the first time in the 47-year history of the United Church dis- appeared last month with the withdrawal of Rev. K. Harriet BINGO 1251 3rd Avenuo South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES lOlh GAME JACKPOT IN 49 NOS. BONUS JACKPOT IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. IN 56 NOS. It no bfngo caflod afler 55 noj., wo will continue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED] PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ElKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT SATURDAY, AUG. HITS AND A MISS" Christie of Toronto. .She said she wished lo continue her duties deputy-secretary of the new church of mis- sion in Canada. Church officials say thore t.s a possibility at thi.s meeting of a reversal of Ihe church's posi- tion on abortion, adopted at the last General Council nutting, in l'J7l at Niagara Falls, Onl. The church went on record at that time as that abor- tion is a private matter twcen a her doctor, permissible in certain medical, social and economic circum- stances. The vole, however, was not unanimous and tlicre were many abstentions. Many of the 2.2 million members of the clvji'ch have expressed dis- approval of the stand. This year's meeting is lo take a second look at the issue. The division of mission in Canada has prepared for 11; assembly a .statement affirm- ing thai abortion is only the lessor of two evils. H added, however, that family planning through contraception not only is preferable but is a Christian duty. Delegates are to rl'scuss a report prepared by the church's special commission on French-English relations. It urges that the General Council record its conviction that no political structure should ho regarded as sacred or more than an instrument to sen'o human ends. Force of violence must never be regarded as a proper instrument for the resolution of present tensions and, as a co rollary to Ibis, that tho right should be clearly accepted for cither of Canada's two major racial ami linguistic unit.s to dissociate from Ihe other through the Independence of Quebec should the day ever come when such a dissociation has the clear endorsement of an cffectivo majority of cither group." Student starts own business KDMONTON (CP) A Uni- versity of Alberta commerce .student has set up hi.s own busi- ness designed to allow his cus- tomers to save money when paying bills by cheque. Andy Sehiiler, bonded for 000, has ret up a holding, com- pany and is licensed by the province. Called Unicheque Services, the business is oper- ated out of his home. Instead of paying Ihc aver- age additional cast of cents a bill M cents for a cheque and eight cents for postage, cus- tomers can pay all their month- ly bills with one cheque plus a ID-cent handling for each bill. Mr. Sehiiler says that saves 12 cents a bill and leaves only one cheque lo be balanced with the customer's bank statement at the month end He handles accounts from de- partmcnt stores, oil companies and utility hills, but docs not accept payments for rent or mortgage payments. Uniebeque pays at! hills In (he same category with one I cheque. Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 54 Nos Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 58 Numbers 1 1 Games Prize Money 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 5 Each Children UnJor 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also ho playocl In (he club room for members cind their invited guest) Muilc Friday one! Saturday Banquet facifitiM SOUTHERN ALBERTA People Who Take Time lo Build Tho Bring fincs, jn stereo Compon- enn now pvaflablo at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 BALDWIN BERTI SCHOOL of MUSIC 2646 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE PHONE 327-0115 THE UNIVERSITY OF LETKBRIDGE Department of Music (Academic Year 1972-73) CONSERVATORY PROGRAM Courses of privale lessons in voice and piano Faculfy LUCIEN NEEDHAM.................. Voice, Piano A.R.C.M., A.G.S.M., (Hon.) F.G.S.M. LOUISE CHAPMAN....................... Piano A.M.M.. B.A., M.M. 12, ]972 THE iETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Trial set in death of cyclist PONOKA, Alia. liruce Dean, 2'J, of Calgary was committed (his week to .stand :rial on a charge of criminal negligence following a prelim- inary hearing into the death of one of Canada's top Olympic cyclists and speed skaters, Kevin Sirois of Heel Deer was Allied May 14 lie was struck by a car on Highway 2, north of Ponoka, 35 miles north of Red Deer. Dean was committed for trial Provincial Judge K. J, Plomp of Edmonton after eight witnesses testified during the hearing. Sirois was cycling lo Edmon- ton at the time of the accident as a practice session to com- pete Canada's track cy- cling team in Munich later this month. At the Olympic Games in Sapporo, Japan, Sirois set a Canadian record foi1 the and also competed in (he ar.d metre events. He'represented Canada at the 1971 Pan-Amsrican games in Cali, OVERPOPULATION Cornered by 16 hungry St. Bernard puppies only one milk botlle poses o prob- lem for Sandy Rogers, 8, of Surrey. Who gets fed firsl? Tho St. Bernard mofher jusl doesn't when to slop. Her last litter was 14 pups. Bales plans to remain despite land deal issue t LABOR r CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13lh STREET NORTH lario said today he will remain in his cabinet portfolio despite liis involvement in a property purchase in Uic area of the projected nev; international air- port at nearby Pickering. M'r. TJales told a news confer- ence that he Is transferring his interests in the 03 acres of Mzirkhnm Township land pur- c lias ed by himsel f and two partners to a trustee and forego any profit from his in- vestment. Should the properly be .sold or expropriated and a net porfit result after taxes, the profit Vr'ouid transferred to a pub- lic charily designated by the minister. Mr. Hales offered his resigna- tion lo Premier William Davis when hi.s interests in (he Pick- ering land became public know! edge. Mr. Da vis as ketl him to reconsider his decision. The attorney general said that at (he time the property was purchased for acre, the construction of an air- port in that section of Mark- Guelph conductor VIENNA, Austria fCP) Hans Bauer, Vienna-born con- ductor of the Guelph, Ont., civic Symphony Orchestra and Chorale, conducted a sell-out concert in Vienna's open-air Ar- kadenhof Friday. Tho program included works by Mozart, Tchaikovsky nnrt Takas. CARDSTON Mayfalr Theatre "KOMMTIMKS A fHiKAT iWHOX" In Technicolor. Slnrrjii; Caul Nrwinan, Henry Furiila, IA-C Flemick and Michael .Simrnzin. Satin clay, AiiK'iM 12. .Stmws at and p.m. Acliill not suitable for children, FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "MVING F11HR" In Technicolor. Marring Nigel Daven- port. A scqnrl In "Morn I'roo." Saturday, 12. Shows aL and p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theafre "TKUK CHIT" In Technicolor. Starrinfi John Wayne, fHon Campbell and Kim Unrliy. Kalmd.ly, Augusl 12, Show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "TIIK Ilicn TKNT' In Color. Starring Scan Comicry, ('l.ilidia Cardinalo, Hardy Krugcr and Pelcr Kincll. Saturday and Sunday, August 12 and 13. Show time each niKhl p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theotre "MAIIY, QIIBKN OF SCOTS' In Technicolor. Shirring Vanessa lletlRravc. Jackson. Pnlrick McXJnolinn and Trcvnr Ilow.nid. Saturday, AiFgust 12. Shows at and p.m. Adult. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "ON'CH UPON A TIME IN TIIK WBST" In Color. Rlnr- rinj; Henry Fonda, .l.nson Uobards and Rahriclr Fcr- zelli. Saturday. Aiisiiisl 12. Cnrlnon slarls at p.m. Adult not sirilriblc for children. Weekend Entertainment In The Clubrooms TONIGHT r "TAMARAX" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS GERMAM CANADIAN CLUB Saturday, Aug. 12th 9 p.m. FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE, WE FEATURE "Music By FIOKINO" MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME Tickets For Our "BAVARIAN NIGHT" SEPT. 2nd FEATURING ERWIN'S ALPINE BAND Am On Soln Now At OLD COUNTRY SAUSAGE NORTH SIDE BAKERY OECAIRE-S BAR3ER SHOP Gel Your Tieki-li Euilyl AIRLINE COURSE FOR MEN AND WOMEN r" If you me between the ages of 17 and 34, and have com- pleted qrado twelve, (or will soon) [of uj hefp you pre- paro ior an exciting new airlines. Train for Passenger Agent, Communfcationist, Op- crolion Acjenf, Agent, Ticket etc. Preliminary instruction- need not in f erf ere with present occupation. Gel full information today. No ob- ligation. For your own fres brochufr, "12 Doyn fo an Air- line fifl out coupon and moil ihii ad toi Dept. AIRLINES TRAINING DIVISION, Atlantic School, Box 77 Lclhbridge Herald NAME ADDRtSS CITY.................... AGE PHONE EDUCATION "con- TORONTO fCP) Attorney- ham Township was not General Dalton Bates of On- (emplated by me or anyone else." He added: "Today, with the clarity of hindsight, and in view of the misunderstandings that have arisen as a result of this in- vestment, and in view of mis- interpretations some have put upon it, I have no hesitation in saying that a person pub- lic- responsibilities such as my- self should not today involve himself in land acquisition while holding public office. Tqday's, Sh'bwtimes PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects: One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short "What's Up Last Complete Show Sunday Short "Subjects: "What's Up Doc" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects: "Ben" One Complete Show fJHEEX ACHES DHIVIMN Saturday ami Sunday "Seven Golden "Billy One Complete Show Big problem TORONTO (CP) Grant Macleod really has a big problem. he stuffs Tina the ele- phant, he has to decide what to do wifh it. "Everybody's asking me said the Toronto tax- idermist. "I just won't kaow yet." Tina, a four-year-old ele- phant which was shot in Sud- buiy last week after it trampled a trainer, is Mr. Maclcod's greatest challenge. "It's a big he said, "hut it's harder to stuff a hummingbird. When Mr. Macleod heard Tina had been shot, he got permission to exhume (he body. He preserved the 1.200 pounds of hide, skull and leg bones in 300 pounds of salt and at his farm in Bolton, Ont., pickled them in a chem- ical solution. Mr. Mscloorl said it would take a year before his work will be finished. Art gallery given grant EDMONTON