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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta iTHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, June 15, 1974 Anglicans defer union vote TORONTO (CP) Delegates to the synod of the Anglican diocese of Toronto have voted in favor of a recommendation that formal conversations on church union be continued with the United Church of Canada, and the Christian Church (Disciples of But the resolution passed by delegates recommended that the plan of union drawn up by QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE: 328-7684 a joint commission of the three churches a year ago not be brought to a vote. The Canadian Press dis- tributed an erroneous report recently that the synod dele- gates had voted against union with the United Church of Canada. In fact, the resolution passed by delegates read: "This synod recommend to the General Synod that the formal conversations with the United Church of Canada and the Disciples of Christ be con- tinued but that the present Plan of Union should not be brought to a vote and that the General Synod encourage the Anglican Church of Canada to explore and promote the development of a revised Plan of Union adhering better to the Principles of Union of 1965 and at the same time encourage co-operation, mutual support and deeper un- derstanding amongst all the churches." Raymond man gains high LDS position PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEAN Summer Hours in effect Monday, June 17th LAUNDRY SECTION: a.m. to p.m. Every day DRY CLEAN SECTION: a.m. to p.m. Except Sundays and Holidays Shop attended during Dry Cleaning Hours 2634 South Parkside Drive Phone 327-0811 RAYMOND (HNS) Former resident Ted Brewerton has been named to a high position in the LDS Church. Mr. Brewerton has been called as regional representative to the Council of the Twelve. Mr. Brewerton is the son of Mrs. Jane and the late Lee Brewerton. He was born in Raymond where he received his early education, going on to graduate with a degree in pharmacy. Mr. Brewerton has been called to many positions of trust and honor as a church man in both stake and ward positions. He has filled a mission as mission president. Mrs. Brewertorr is the former Dorothy Hall, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hall of Vancouver, formerly of Raymond. She was born in Raymond and received her early education at the Raymond schools. Both Mr. and Mrs. Brewerton now living in Calgary are members of early pioneer families who came to settle in Southern Alberta during the early days of the town when agriculture was being introduced in Southern Alberta. City of Lethbridge UTILITIES CUSTOMERS will receive a 7% Provincial Discount on electric bills only. Effective billing dates June 12, 1974 to March 12, 1975 Placid portrait -RITES SUMMER SUIT SELL-OUT BE SO all English worsted. tall, regular Reg. to Reminiscent of a scene from an old picture album, a trio of young Mennonites are deep in concentration as they await a nibble on their fishing lines cast upon the waters of a small stream near Heidelberg, Ont. this week. Casino church 'not suitable for children9 SUITS COMPLETE With Z pair Panls rtgular, tall 1 GROUP Sizes 42 to 46 all English worsted Reg. 99 50 SPECIAL GROUPING Sizes 40 to 46, tall and regular Reg. 49 50 LARGE MEN'S Size 48 to 52 Reg. to JACKPOT. Nev. (API Volunteers from North and South Carolina finished work recently on a chapel they built so children in this gambling town of 500 won't have to learn about the Bible in a casino. Berean graduate A young Lethbridge man who spent last summer preaching the gospel in Germany, received his bachelor of religious education degree at the annual convocation of the Berean Bible College in Calgary recently. Russell Neufeld. son of Mrs. Katherine Neufeld of 1309 26th Street S.. completed his three year course in Bible education. During his training he served as a summer counsellor at the Inter-Varsity camp at Rocky Mountain House as well as with Operation Mobilization in Germany last summer. Russell is a member of the Evangelical Free Church. Travel deal CHICAGO (Reuteri Starting Sept. 15. travellers in the United Steles will be able 10 leave at least part of the driving to the U.S. government. Amtrak. the government's railway corporation, and Greyhound Lines signed yesterday an agreement providing for each earner to sell combination rail-bus tickets. Nearby two dozen Baptists spent their vacations along with five Southern Baptist ministers building a 70-by-35- foot chapel with a 22-foot redwood tower. Rev. Robert Schreckenberg. pastor of the Eastside Baptist Church. Twin Falls. Idaho, has been holding Sunday school for about 45 children every Tuesday evening next to the long bar at the Horseshu Casino. The sessions began last winter, with the children perched atop cocktail stools. Schreckenberg says the last casino meeting will be next Tuesday since the group has put their finishing touches on the chapel and will soon leave for home. The construction crew, including three women, has been living in tents at the chapel site. Schreckenberg says the casino church has not been entirely satisfactory. The bar where services are held is closed Tuesday nights, but the jangle of slot machine levers, the ringing of bells and the fall of jackpots can be heard from adjoining rooms. FINDS BODY IN CAR LONDON (Reuten A headless body alleged to have been stolen from a cemetery vault by a self-styled high priest of the British Occult Society was later found by an architect in the front seat of his car. a court was told this week. The prosecutor said David Farrant. 33. who denies five charges of interfering with graves and bodies, told police he took the body to contact spirits in another world. HARDUTE LENSES For everyone who wears glasses Available in ALL prescriptions. These Hardlite lenses are: Shatterproof and backed by a S5.00000' warranty .jga-.nst eye 'njury Hail -he wc-ght of orriin.iry nissscr.. Available a variety o; s'yies. shapes, jnd Mits. Protective tenses a'C law in some countries advisable everywhere. OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO, 308-Tth ST S LETHBRIDGE Phone 377 3609 MU07 I OPEN 8 A.M. TO 8 P.M. DAILY 59 SO BUY-RITE MEN'S WEAR Phone 327-4210 (Alterations extra no exchanges no refunds) 318 -5th St. S. 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