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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J4 THE UTHORIDSf HERAIB Friday, Juna 9, 1972 Green Acres Kitucmis to celebrate 20th year The Green Acres Kiwania Club of will cele- brate its 20th anniversary Mon- day. However, it's not going to lo recognize the occasion until its charier night in September. Since it was founded on Juuo 12, 1952, the club has been ac- tive in aiding youth in the com- munity. In 1953, it began the Easter Seal Campaign to help handicapped children in the dis- trict. In 1954, 4-H youth work start- ed, and Use organization now i sponsors clubs, helps with pub-; lie speaking competitions, and donates trophies. In 1958, assistance was given to a Girl Guide camp at Bur- mis by purchasing a tent and building, and in 1966, the organ- ization purchased a renovated hall in Hardievlle for Boy Scouts. In 1970, the club moved the Burmis Girl Guide camp to Fort Macleod, and helped stu- dents at LCI form a Key Club. Several playgrounds in the city have been set up by the Kiwanis. Last year, the club empha- sized Operation Drug Alert. This year, it is stressing the need to unite adults and youth and to improve communication among all people. Of the 54 charier members, 12 are still active. The Green Acres club, which was origin- ally sponsored by the Leth- bridge Kiwanis Club, appointed Hubert Prowose as its first persident. Today the president U Ira Flaa, and president-elect is Bill Vsrzari. U of L contract Gillelt Construction of Lcth- bridge today was awarded contract to move ant modify prefab University ol Lethbridge buildings currently located on the former east cam- pus, located at the Lethbridge Community College. The buildings which includ the former administration ant faculty, classroom, educationa media and maintenance earage and shop buildings will be moved to a location near the U of L's bookstore. Work will begin immediately APPOINTMENT TO LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD There is a vacancy on the Lelhbridge Public Library Board and any interested persons wishing lo partici- pate in Civic Affairs by serving on this Board are Inviled to write to the City Clerk, giving a short resume of themselves. It is requested that applica- tions be in tho Cily Clerk's Office no later lhan Thurs- June 15. For fwther information please call the Cily Clerk's office at 328-2341. JOHN GERLA Cily Clerk. Genetics forum set A public fovum on Ihe impact of genetic research on society will be held at the Yates Mem- orial Centre June 21, featuring renowned Canadian geneticist Dr. David Suzuki. Dr. Suzuki, who will be here for the annual meeting of tire Genetics Society of Canada at the University of Lethbridge, will speak on Genetics, Elitism and the Apocalipse. Dr. Suzuki is a professor at the University of British Columbia. The second speaker at the syposium. Dr. .James Miller, ilso of UBC, will present his case for the use or misuse of knowledge: Variations on a .heme. The forum, to be held from 8 to 10 p.m., is part of the three- day program for the Genetics Society meeting and is co-spun sored by the Lcthbridge Heralc NEW EXECUTIVE-These four Lethbridga businessmen form the executive of the Letlibridge Chamber of Com- merce for the 1972-73 term. Recently electee! by accla- mation, Ihey are, left to right: Leo Singer, president, suc- ceeding Terry Bland; Ossie Slubbs, first vice-presidenl; Jim Dunslan, finance officer; and Cleve Hill, second vice- presidenl. They assume office Sept. 1. In -the meantime, ballots are out to chamber members lo select 30 mem- bers for the chamber board of directors. and the University of Lelh- n'idge. Pro registrations for meeting itself have reache_d the 129 mark, with 23 academicians ran (lie Uniled States and the rest from Canada. Sneakers for the meetings will come from the University of Calgary, the University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri, the University of Cal- ifornia at Davis Calif., North- western University, Evanston, III., National Medical Centre, Duarte, Calif., the University of Washinton, Seattle, and UBC. Registration for (he confer- ence begins June 21? on main concourse, Block C at U of L, 8 to 11 p.m. The first symposium, Gen- etics Control Systems, will run from a.m. to p.m. June 21 the university. Monday is church night at Southminster United Sunday isn'l Hie only day to go lo church, as a group of Uniled Church members in the Lethbridge area are showing. They're going Monday eve- nings. That little break with con- vention is expected to draw criticism from "some of the more fundamentalist" church groups, says Cliff Parkes, one of six ministers taking the week day service on a rotat- ing schedule. The p.m. Monday ser- vice will be held during June, July and possibly August at Soulhminsler United Church, AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE HERRING JULY 6TH The Alberta Automobile Insurance Board was established recently by the Alberta Government. Its job is to investigate any matter it thinks fit, respecting automobile insurance in Alberta. This includes rates, benefits and availability of automobile insurance. The Board will hold a public hearing July 6th, 1972, from 9 a.m., at the Court House in Edmonton, at which time the public is invited to attend and make representations on these matters. Those intending to make representation at the hearings should forward copies of their submission or summaries to: Chairman GOVERNMENT Alberta Automobile Insurance Board nr 4th Floor, Madison Building, -H.rnT 9915 105 Street, ALBERTA Edmonton the convenience of weekend creationists. Southminster Church and onday evening were both ar- rary choices, explained Mr. arkcs. Any other United hurch in the Lctbbridge area uld have been chosen, as ell as any olher evening of e week, Tiio project is part of o oader program by a new roup called UCAIR United lurch Advenlure In Renewal )ldtiiners' night at Vliners' The Miners' Library Clu held an oldtimers' appreciate night in conjunction with th iroclamation of Senior Citizens Veek June 4 to 10. A crowd of 400 attended tl buffet supper where 100 ms were presented with lifelim membership pins. The me were 65 years and over an had been members of the clu for at -least the last 10 years. The only charter member st living was also present. Mil Homulos, 95, is a former min in the No. 3, 6 and 8 mines Lethbridge and currently i sides at 701 12th St. B. N. o bring United Church con- egalions from Cardston to arons closer together. Mr. Parkes, Albert Baldeo d Cecil Camochan three of e six ministers in the Monday rvice project minister to Student job market La Mancha leads not yet chosen The major leads in the cast of Man of La Mancha have not yet been selected from local auditions, and profession- al actors may be contracted depending on tlie decision of the Lethbridge Musical Theatre executive. The student centre of Hie Canada Manpower office 1ms four positions for students who are 18 or over: They are: a Fire watchman, a fisheries at- tendant and two student park wardens. There is also a need for waitresses, a sales clerk, baby- sitters, supervisors for exams, waiters, cab drivers, clothing salesmen, material hand 1 er. production line workers, gener- al laborers, a furniture mover, a front end attendant, steel workers, a janitor and heel laborers. The student office is located at 323 7th St. S., telephone 328- SIM. NATURALLY Natural gas consumption in Lethbridge and District in 1971 was million cubic feet, an increase of from 1370. The increase was due to Hie addition of new communities in the district and genera! system growth. Man of La Mancha is the tenth major production of the Lethbridge Musical Theatre. It will be staged Nov. 10 to 25. Those selected for leading parts from local auditions are Tom Melling, Bill Matheson, George Mann, Jack Warburton, BOI, Baunton, Frank Huszar, Mr. Farkes 'conducted the EHyn Mells, Phil Krisliansen ne rural 'churches surround g Lethbridge as a team. The other three in the Mon- ay project are Florence Wilk- nson of McKillop United hurch, Bill Harms of Jap- nese United and Bob Elliott ol outhrainiste BRENDA'S BEAUT1QUE BEAUTY SHOP 922 S Ave. N. Phono 326-7366 HERE TOMORROW! SATURDAY, JUNE 10 From NOON to MIDNIGHT The 9th Annual Le Barons Rod and Custom Show AT THE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION AIL THOSE AND OVER ADMITTED AN OUTSTANDING DISPLAY OF CUSTOMIZED CARS, TRUCKS AND BIKES OPEN 1 2 NOON TO MIDNIGHT, Presented by the leBaronj Cor Club ret Monday service June 5. "We're saying there are rec- eational needs 'reCreation- V needs for people to go wimming, play golf or what- ver they do. We don't see this n any way as an evil thing. Ve're trying to get away from he idea, that has been brain- vashed into us, that there is something evil about having un on he said. With improved transporta- ion, longer weekends and other modern life, a change in church worship is natural, said Mr. Parkes. Those with a sense of humor call the Monday gathering the "d e 1 i n q u e nt" service, ha chuckled. One "delinquent" at the June 5 service was Hugh Peck, a lay preacher in the United Church who said "so many of us rve torn between God's claim to our worship and our desire u> enjoy His outdoor creation." Mr. Peck said people can worship just as sincerely on Monday evening as Uiey can on Sunday morning. New postal service starts today Four new post office delivery "walks" will be put into sen-ice today due to the new coding system which divided Leth- bridge into three parts and the increased growth in the city. This re-structuring will result in a change in delivery pat- tern. Customers who previously received mail in the morning may receive it in the afternoon or vice versa. The change will also provide delivery to business firms, where a number are in tho same area, by a.m. and Wenrty Burrows. FURRIER FUR COAT STORAGE TIME THE LETHBRIDGE FURRIERS PHONE 327-2209 PUBLIC NOTICE In accordance with Section 6 of By-law No. 2654 being the Woter Service By-law of the Cily of loth- bridge, notice is hereby given to the Cilirens of Uth- bridge that 1he use of water for irrigating lawns and gardens will be restricted lo the following days until further notice: Even number addresses will be restricted lo Mon- day, Wednesday and Friday) Odd number addresses will be restncled lo Tues- day, Thursday and Saturday; All addresses may water lawns and gardens unlil p.m. on Sundays. Any person committing a breach of any of provisions of this shall be guilty of an ond liable on summary conviction lo a fine not ex- ceeding One Hundred (5100.00) Dollars exclusive of costs. (The above restrictions do not apply lo newly plantid lawns and shrubs, and necessary watering will permitted.) T. R. NUTTING City Manager TODAY and SATURDAY-JUNE 9, 10 L. S. Turcolle to be honored Alberta Chief Judge. L. S. Turcotte, the first and imme- diate past-chancellor of the University of Lethbridge will be Uie recipient of an honorary Doctor of Laws degree at the university's official 1972 open' ing Sept. 22. Judge Turcotte's selection was announced by the univer- sity senate, at a U of L news conference this morning. Others lo receive honorary Doctors of Law degrees at the special convocation ceremonies will he Roloff Beny, Dr. Claude Bissell and Senator Ernest Manning. ONLY ONE GTE Automatic Electric Ltd, is the only plant in Western Canada that produces a full line of telephone sets including touch calling types. The onls olher plant manufacturing a (ull line is situated in Eastern Canada. RETAILERS TO THRIFTY CANADIANS Living n B T n A IV only 88 PORTRAIT 50? Film Fee Babies children odulti groups 1 Speciol of each person singly only 88f, plus film fee. Groups per person, plus one film fee. Select from finished pictures in radiant black ond white ond living color. Bonus quality "Guaranteed Satisfaction. Fort delivery courteous service, Limit one Special per person. Senior CiHieni Welcome Photographer Hours: 10 A.M, to 1 P.M., 2 P M. to 6 P.M. Friday to P.M. Saturday to P.M. A FRIEND Zcller'l Shopping on Mayor Magralh Driv. Open Daily a.m. Id 6 p.m.; Thuricfoy ond Friday 9am to p.m. 328.8171 HAVE A CREDIT ACCOUNT ;