The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 13, 1975 · Page 3
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April 13, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 3

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Sunday, April 13, 1975, THE HERALD, Provo, Utah -Page 3 A WATER SUPPIY SCHOOL & HOSPITAL LLa $6.000 - 33^ SHARE 1 SHARE "HOW DEEP will you dig?" IB the theme of a fund-raising campaign which will be launched Sunday by the Provo Community Congregational Church, UCC. Mrs. Richard Marshall, left, and Mrs. Homer Self, right, look at one of the campaign posters for the drive, which will raise funds to Improve the water supply of Mt. Slllnda, Rhodesia. Community Church Assumes Project for Rhodesian Town A three-year stewardship project to provide a better water supply for a town in Rhodesia will be launched Sunday by the Provo Community Congregational Church, UCC, according to the church stewardship board. Dr. Christen McNeil, member of the Holladay United Church of Christ in Salt Lake City, will be at the Provo church on Sunday to give information on the need. Dr. McNeil spent a year as a volunteer medical doctor at Mt. Silinda, Rhodesia. The United Church of Christ has a mission in that city consisting of a hospital, a church, and a school. The Mt. Silinda community suffers from an inadequate water supply each year during the dry season, and there .is an urgent need for deep wells, each of which will cost $6000, Dr. McNeil has reported. The wells are essential to insure the adequate water supply needed to maintain both the school and the hospital at Mt. Silinda, it is reported. Theme of the Provo stewardship campaign will be "How Deep Will You Dig?" The stewardship board is asking the membership to buy shares in the well project. One share is a pledge of $5 per month for three years, or a total of $180. Each member or family may pledge one or more shares, or part of a share. The stewardship board has set a minimum goal of eight shares, or just over half a well, as well as a "challenge goal" of the entire well. The campaign will be conducted as part of the United Church's 17-76 national capital fund drive. The Provo church as voted to assign its giving to the Mt. Silinda water project, which is one of the projects listed in the 17-76 Achievement Fund. Geneva Workers to File Suit Asking Ban on Seniority Rule More than 200 members of the steelworkers union at Geneva have sued their international union over a federally forced change in seniority rules. Ray W. Nelson, chairman of the Fair Representation Committee which filed the suit said, "We are going to file Tuesday for a hearing on a temporary injunction against implementation of the consent decree." Ray W. Nelson, chairman of the Fair Representation Committee which filed the suit said, "We are gong to file Tuesday for a hearing on a temporary injunction against implementation of the consent decree." The civil rights-orginated Alabama decree has wiped out the seniority system at Geneva, Mr. Nelson and other employees charge. "The seniority clause is the heart of the consent decree. If there are injustices they should be corrected, but our point is the conditions at Geneva are such the decree is unfair rather than fair to the workers," he said. Mr. Nelson continued, 'We Arizona LDS Temple Dedication This Week Schedules Listed Commencement Ahead for BYU Students Twelve academic colleges in addition to the areas of Religious Instruction and Library and Information Sciences will hold separate convocations at Brigham Young University's 100th commencement on Friday. A total of 3485 students will receive diplomas at the 14 convocations, which will be held during the afternoon following the general commencement exercises at 9:30 a.m. in the Marriott Center. The academic procession will begin at8:45a.m. from the Smoot Administration Building, proceeding over the MESA, Arizona — The newly remodeled Arizona LDS Temple will be re-dedicated in solemn ceremonies which will be repeated seven times Tuesday and Wednesday. President Spencer W. Kimball, world leader of the nearly three and one-half million Mormons — as members of the Church are widely known — will pronounce the dedicatory prayer and conduct each of the services. Some 205,000 persons toured the temple during a recent public open house. The dedicatory services are scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, and 7:00 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m., and 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, in the temple's Celestial Room. Each service will be of approximately 90 minutes duration with the exception of the 7:00 a.m. session on Wednesday which will be shorter. .V 111 BILL ROGERS MELPOULSEN MARSHA HACKING spiral overpasses to the spacious Marriott Center. In addition, the Air Force ROTC cadets will receive their commissions at 2 p.m. Thursday in the de Jong Concert Hall, with Lt. Gen. George H. McKee, commander of the Air Training Command, as speaker. Army ROTC cadets will be commissioned at 3:15 p.m. Thursday in the Pardoe Drama Theater, with Major Gen. Maurice L. Watts, adjutant general of Utah, as speaker. The public is invited to attend the historic commencement, convocations and the commissioning ceremonies. All college convocations will be held Friday. Times, places, and names of speakers for each convocation are as follows: Library and Information Sciences, noon, room 321 Wilkinson Center; speaker Russell Davis, director of Utah State Library Commission. Religious Instruction, noon, Wilkinson Center mezzanine, no speaker. Biological and Agricultural Sciences, 1:30 p.m., Joseph Smith Auditorium, speakers 5 Leaders in Communications Honored by BYU Department Five leaders in the field of communications received awards for meritorious service at the annual Brigham Young University Communications Department awards night 'Thursday. Recipients were, Wendell J. Ashton, Dr. Robert Boren, Kenneth 0. Hill, Joseph A. Kjar, andW.O.Whitaker. In addition, about sixty BYU students received awards and scholarships in journalism, broadcasting, photography and cinema, advertising, public relations, and speech communications. At a dinner for faculty, university officials, and honored guests preceding the award assembly, a special citation for devotion and service to BYU communications was presented to Edwin Butterworth Jr., director of public communications at BYU for 26 years; a faculty achievement awad to Dr. Morris M. Clinger, professor of speech since 1936, honoring him on his retirement; and a faculty award for energy object that younger workers can now bypass the accustomed line of seniority acquisition without paying the price of low pay and miserable jobs that long-time employees have paid.'' He said that some of the better jobs were obtained only by a worker spending some years in a less desireable position waiting for the holder of those jobs to retire. "Usually, a worker could look to about five years of top pay before retiring. Now, with the seniority system as we know it abolished; younger workers leap-frog over the older ones in some cases. This will mean less retirement income for those older men," he said. The 213 employees charged in the suit that the action on the part of the union and U.S. Steel was "willful, arbitrary, discriminatory and in bad taste," and asked that the consent decree be nullified as it applies to Geneva Works and they be awarded $100,000 damages. The workers contend they were never told during negotations the seniority rules would be changed and that any such changes required written consent at the local, rather than the international level. UTC Elects Student Officers Bill Rogers, an electronics New vice-president will be Mel from Orem, will be women's technology major from Provo Poulsep, an electronics vice-president, will be the studentbody president technology major from The three were winning of Utah Technical College at Richfield, and Marsha Hacking, candidates in elections Provo next year. an electronics technology major conducted Friday, April 11, and efficiency to Dr. Edwin 0. Haroldsen, professor of communications and director of KBYU-TV student news programs. The awards were presented by Dr. M. Dallas Burnett, chairman of the BYU Department of Communications. He prasied the recipients for their service to the communications profession,. Each award winner received a certificate commending him for his specific contributions. Mr. Ashton has been director of the LDS Church's Public Communications operation since it was organized more than two years ago. He is a former vice president and account executive of Gillham Advertising Agency of Salt Lake City and former managing editor of the Deseret News. Dr. Boren, a past president of the Western Speech Communications Association, is the coauthor of three widely used textbooks — "The Human Transaction," "Communication Behavior: A Scientific Approach,' 1 and "Communications Experiment." He is currently chairman of the Mr. Hill, an alumnus of Weber State College and Utah State University, was Provo manager for Mountain Bell. He later became Utah Community Relations supervisor, business unit manager in Salt Lake City and then was promoted to his present position — as public relations manager for the state. Mr. Kjar, a 28-year vetarn of broadcasting, began his career as a staff announcer with KSL. lie later became KSL's program director and then general manager of KSL Radio. He serves as a director of the Bonneville Copr. and as a member of the corporation's executive committee. Mr. Whitaker, who organized the BYU motion picture studio in 1952, came to the University with more than 20 years of experience in movie-making at Hollywood studios. He was an animator at Walt Disney Productions and held other production and dirctorial positions. Department of Communications at Boise State University. Boyd J. Hanson and Neil D. Woffinden, zoology majors. Business, 1:30 p.m., Wilkinson Center Ballroom, speaker Dr. Jan J. Erteszek, Los Angeles industrialist. Engineering Sciences and Technology, 1:30 p.m., Sharon East Stake Center, 1600 North 900 East, valedictorian Dennis Broderick, chemical engineering. Fine Arts and Communications, 1:30 p.m., de Jong Concert Hall, speaker Karl Maiden, motion picture and television actor. General Studies, 1:30 p.m., Smith Fieldhouse, speaker Dr. Reba L. Keele, associate director of BYU Honors Program. Nursing, 1:30 p.m., Pardoe Drama Theater, speaker Scott Parker, president of Intermountain Health Services Corporation, Salt Lake City. Physical Education, 1:30 p.m., Provo Tabernacle, First south and University Avenue, speakers graduate Marlene Piper of WELCOME A NEW BUSINESS TO PROVO TRY THE OL' SANDWICHE SHOP AND ARCADE 163 WEST CENTER BflRE & BRSIC sprinq sandals 9 I V FLATS & HEELS WHITES & COLOR The whole new fashion picture for spring in ladies sandals for your fun loving new season wardrobe. Come in, choose yours now! 99 to 19 99 women's physical education and undergraduate Diane Worthington, youth leadership. Physical and Mathematical Sciences, 1:30 p.m., 9lh-19th Ward Chapel, 667 North 600 East, speakers Mack Stirling, chemistry undergraduate; and Dr. Wayne B. Hales, BYU professor emeritus of physics. Social Sciences, 1:30 p.m., Marriott Center, Richard Headlee, president of Alexander Hamilton Life Insurance Co., Farmington.Utah. Education, 4 p.m., de Jong Concert Hall, speakers valedictorian Kedra Lee Misseldine and Ronald E. Guymon, both elementary education. 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