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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta JQ THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, July 8, 1971 Now Norbridge Community Church Norbridge assistant pastor Otto Pahl, left, and pastor. Rev. N. W. Heebner Baptist church changes hands By JOAN BOWMAN Stalf Writer The former Norbridge Bap- ,ist Church at 8th Ave and 14th St. N. will be utficially opened Sunday as the Nor- bridge Community Church, a member of the Evangelical 3iurch in Canada. The dedication service will be held at p.m. and be iresided over by the commu- nity church's first pastor, Rev. M. W. Heebner of Lethbridge and his assistant, Otto Pahl. Norbridge, opened in 1964 as a northside Bap ti s t church, was sold to the Evangelical Church because of low mem- bership. The church was started by members of the southside First Baptist Church, had the ser- vices of a minister for four years, but for the past three years has operated without a minister. __ Les Castles, chairman of the First Baptist board, said a sur- vey carried out three years ago indicated Norbridge should not have been opened when it was. "I still think there is the po- tential there (for a Baptist church) but it needed hard work and I guess we didn't put enough work into it." Persons who have been at- tending the Baptist church will have their memberships trans- ferred to First Baptist. The Evangelical Church in Canada, which has about members in Ontario and the western provinces, can be traced back to the Wesleyan movement in England under John Wesley, founder of the Methodist Church. The church was established in Pennsylvania at the turn of the 18th century and in 1916 moved into Ontario. By 18B9 missionaries were being sent to Western Canada. In Uie U.S. the Evangelical Church merged with the Meth- odists in the 3900s to form the United Methodist Church. In Canada the Evangelical church separated from the now-merg- ed church in the .U.S. and be- came autonomous. (Most Meth- New manager for CV Mall Marathon Realty Co. Ltd. has announced the appointment of D. E. Wilson as manager of the Centre Village Mall in LethbriJge. Mr. Wilson's appointment was effective July 1. He re- places A. T. Connelly. Originally from Vancouver, Mr. Wilson comes to Leth- bridge from Edmonton. He has 12 years experience in the re- tail field. He is married and has two children, odists in Canada joined Pres- jyterian churches to form the United Church of Canada. Evangelical churches initial- ly noted their Pennsylvania German background by sched- uling services in the German language, but this practice in lanada has been almost com- pletely dropped. Norbridge Community Church, in line with the na- tional church's outlooks, will continue in the fundamentalist tradition. Doctrines include bs- lief in the Trinity, divine in- spiration of the Bible, propitia- tion of sin through the death of Christ and the return of Christ. Evangelicals have been at- tending other churches in the city. Mr. Heebner said it is im- possible now to estimate firs! membership totals. Mr Heebner, a native of Sas- katchewan, was ordained in 1051, spent three years as pas- tor in two churches and one year doing evangelical work in the four western provinces. For 10 years he was a teacher anil registrar at Hillcrest Christian College in Medicine Hat. M. Heebner, who is now working toward a bachelor of education degree, has for the past four years worked at Ihe Canada Manpower office in Lethbridge. Services Sunday at the com- munity church will also include an 11 a.m. worship service and a 7 p.m. evangelistic meeting. Drivers urged to take off studs Citv Manager Tom Nutting has appealed to city residents not to drive on local streets with studded tires during the summer. He endorses the use of such tires during the winter, but has asked that they be removed by The province, like tie city, has no regulations on the tires, but Mr. Nulling points out that teal streets are asphalt and more subject to wear than are paved highways. There is evi- dence, he said, that studs are a factor in wearing away markings. ____ WE SPECIALIZE IN COMPLEXION CARE THAT IS OUR MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE COLLEGE MALI 328-1525 Gifts Ferttmes f ships bestowed Six members of the Agricul- tural Institute of Canada were awarded life fellowships at the institute's annual banquet Wednesday. Receiving the awards v.-ere Dr. Walter Arnold Ehrlich, re- search co ordinator (pedol- Ottawa; Dr. Robert Pat- lick Kncwles, head of the crops section. Canada Agricul- ture Research Station in Sas- katoon; Auguste G. Arnal a g r i c u Itural representative Ste. Rose du Lac, Manitoba Eugene H. Lange, director diploma course in agriculture University of Manitoba, Winni peg; Ncrval Richard Richards, dean of Ontario Agricultural College, University of Guelph, Guslph, Ont; and Albert Ed- ward Roland, professor of bot- any, Nova Scotia Agricultural College, Truro, N.S. Tho fellowship, presented by retiring president T. H. An- stey, is the highest award the AIC can bestow on its mem- bers. The title fellow is presented for professional distinction with outstanding accomplish- ment in any field of agricul- ture, with regional if not na- tional recognition for integ- rity, scholarship, knowledge, leadership and experience. Fellows must have at least five years membership in AIC to qualify. DR. WALTER A. EHRLICH DR. ALBERT E. ROLAND DR. NORVAL R. RICHARDS EUGENE H. LANGE AUGUSTE G. ARNAL DR. ROBERT P. KNOWLES WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE of FRESH FISH and SEAFOODS Will be held at tho FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE Thursday, July 8th and Friday July 9rh From a.m. to p.m. FRESH SALMON TO BARBECUE Jog' coming out of 9th St. The reconstruction of 9Hi St. S. between 5th and 6th Ave- nues will probably get under- way in August, Traffic injuries higher here Traffic accidents and result- ing injuries in Lethbridge were higher in May this year than in 1970, in sharp contrast to Uic over-all provincial picture. A total of accidents were reported in May through- out the province, down almost from a year ago. Fatali- ties stood at 40. down nine from last year. Injuries were down 68 for the month. However, in Lethbridge acci- dents increased to 90 from last year's total of S7. Injuries al- most doubled, going to 61 from 32. The city had no traffic deaths in May. Lethbridgc's cumulative rec- ord for the year shows acci- dents running behind last year this year compared with 513 in 1970. Injuries are consid- erably ahead of the 1970 total, standing at 199 as against only 123 las', year. An engineering department spokesman said the job was awaiting final approval of the necessary money bylaw. The job listed in the city's capital bufiget at in- volves straightening out the present "jog" in the road as it passes the old Central School. When completed, 9th St. will run straight south to 6th Ave. S. The city now has title to the Central property and several adjoining residences. The area is a site for possible future de- velopment, the result of a land assembly program by the city last year. .98 toy, fine A woman was fined in Magistrate's court when she pleaded guilty to the attempted theft of a toy from the Woo'.co Department Store in College Mall. SMILEY'S PLUMBING CLASS LINED WATER HEATERS S120 AND UP Phone 328-2176 GHddenl Shop and Save on these timely sale prices on quality Glidden Paint! 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Approved Open Class p.m. Bavarian Beer Garden and Dance SATURDAY, JULY 10th p.m. Judging of Floats p.m. Parade p.m. Queen Contest (Equestrian) p.m. Cutting Horse Finals p.m. Rodeo p.m. Bavarian Beer Garden and Dance p.m. Bavarian Beer Garden and Dance SUNDAY, JULY llth a.m. Pancako Breakfast Midnight Stadium p.m. Grand Entry and Crowning of Queen p.m. Rodeo Slock by Keslor Rodeo ltd. ;