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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, December 1970 JO-ycar old wins for poetry 0 n t. llarbarn Dutchyn, n prdiy 10-year-old from Wiag- ara-on-tluv-Lakc. 0 n I., lias more money than usual to SIKMK! on Christmas shopping lids year. Barbara's ability to wite poetry and her love of horses has provided her with StOO, which she receives as winner of the 1970 Poetry Derby. The derby, sponsored by the harness racing division of The Jockey Club Ltd., is an annual competition open to children 12 ami under. Participants had to write a 14-line poem about a liorse. The contest attracted 614 entries from children as far west as Blufflon, Alta., to Bell Island, Mid. NOT SO SJIAltT SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA (AP) A woman's remark over heard in the city: "He's so use less he couldn't drive a red ho nail through a pound of butter.' Which caused another woman to say she knew a man who was so hopeless "he couldn't pom water out of a boot even wit! the instructions written on the sole." Add special glow lo holiday season TER'S SIC LTD. Corner By KICK STEDMAN Lrlhbridgc Community Collej 1 guess everybody out there is asking what could possibly be at the LCC that attracts close to peo- ple, nearly 1.500 of them attend- ing only part-time. Well, as an active "student body member myself, I would like to try to answer that. At the LCC. we have many clubs, which aclivities, appeal to and sports members of tlie student body from near or far and in which they may par- ticipate. Being combined with the university makes quite difference, as the U of L also has quite a variety of things to do that, call for college students us welt as university students. Some of the many college ac- tivities include such intramural sports as football, baseball, badminton and volleyball. Noon hour is when these are fea- tured. Besides the athletic events we have CLCC the college's very own radio station playing hits and flashbacks, with the top 10 selections presented daily from 12 noon to 1 p.m. five days a week. Various ra- dio arts students are the disc jockeys piping the music into the college cafeteria lounge. Tlus is good background music to enjoy witli jour between- class coffee, while visiting or even studying. Our radio sta- tion also has a variety of con- tests and skills to keep the lis- teners interested. Yes, all the bits, all the time, are featured on CLCC and many students take advantage of this when they don't have a class, by slipping down to the cafeteria lounge and as I mentioned ear- lier, to listen to the good sound of CLCC. If for some reason the station is not on the air, fear not, there is also a juke- box located in the lounge and also there is a jukebox on the second floor of the Kate An- drews building. As far as dances go at the college, we had one quite re- cently featuring Painter and Joshua Hill, both from Calgary, which saw a good turnout. For those who would like to know what is happening in the near future as far as dances go, there is to be another big one tomorrow night with Tonto on on the bandstand in the Kate Andrews gym. It promises to be another great LCC dance so be sura and be there. At any rate if it's enjoyment (after classes are finished) that you are looking for, it'll be ac- tion you'll get at the Leth- bridge Community College, (with some pretty good courses also of "Peace, love to everyone" Bye now! (The views voiced hi tbe above coinmn do not neces- sarily concnr with either those of The Herald or Lei- ster's, bnt are a reflection of the student opinion.) LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERS! Tick off the selection) you wan! and send to ui. You'll receive your records for only SI.00 each. PleasB Add 15c Postage on Orders and under. 1. I THINK I LOVE Partridge Family 2. BURNING BRIDGES-Mike Curb and Congregation 3. HE AIN'T MY BROTHER-Neil Diamond 4. I'M NOT MY BROTHERS KEEPER-The Flaming Embers 5. NO MATTER WHAT-The Bad Fingers 6. TEARS Of A CLOWN-Smokey Robinson and The Miracles 7. BE MY BABY-Andy Kim 8. tO-lA-Kinks 9. FRESH AIR-Quicksilver Messenger Service 10. SO ClOSE-Jake Holmes i 11. SING HIGH, SING LOW-Anne Murray 12. SHARE THE LAND-Guess Who 1 .1 I J. r i r i t i t r i r .1 1 COMING EVENTS DECEMBER 4th 9 p.m. TONIGHT MASHMAKHAN EXHIBITION PAVItlON DECEMBER 10th and llth p.m. "GET UP AND GO" (A Musical Comedy) WltSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL DECEMBER 13th SINGING TREE 70 YATES CENTRE Symphony Season Tickets Available at DECEMBER 13th 3 p.m. HANDEL'S MESSIAH (Christmas Portion) SOUTHMINSTER UNITED CHURCH DECEMBER I4lh ROTARY CAROl FESTIVAL SOUTHMINSTER CHURCH DECEMBER 20lh 3 p.m. BACH'S CHRISTMAS ORATORIO SOUTHMINSTER UNITED CHURCH DECEMBER 26th, 28th and 29lh "BABES IN THE WOODS" ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME JANUARY 21st Don't Miss PRAGUE THEATRE ON THE BALUSTRADE Starring Ladislav Fialka and cast. Lanates neea lly JKAN them at least long enough Cl' U'omrn's char the wick as soon as you TORONTO (CP) Show them in their holders. Then dies a liltle loving care will relight more easily if v they'll repay you by burning want to use them when t their come. Besides, Ihcy will 1 If you use them lo add as if you do really burn o special glow to the holiday and not just leave them as o son, Inge Lang suggests r cr r. Social jwt Though there are Walker was making his 5 few social services lacking on social services as a the city, the concept of to group discussion service is "too narrowly the day-long conference. 1 ccived" to provide equal said although the depart- fit to all. This was the of social development has sion of Doug Walker, Us scope, service 1 writer for The Herald given means assistance to the nearly 100 persons when in fact it includes J the Human Resources and educational op- cnce in Lethbridge as well. He warned too that million spent on so- Lethbridge was relatively services is dwarfed by of social problems is spent on higher educa- with other areas, it c o u 1 Everyone is entitled to education and theoreti- According to the IMs is so, but the elite Post, Lethbridge is in a better able to avail them- buoyant area. "This could of Uie opportunity." tract marginal families list of social services Is create problems for said Mr. Walker. communities ss well as referred to AID (Advice, and Direction Cen- a volunteer organization sponsors a director o A J calendar for the city. He said although it takes a amount of effort to local a call, there are those too shy or too demoralized to II consider seeking help. S'outhminster Circle 24-hour answering service, dance club will hold its said, would be a significan dance Saturday at p.m. to the community. Soutliminster hall. Women are requested to bring a box lunch. Christmas party will be Walker's study of socia services showed very little overlapping or conflict of jurisdic- Saturday, Dec. Social services to native is unclear as to whether A program on family life band council, province or cation as it affects people government is involved. in the community will be the area of unemployet sented by Mrs. Beryl Wood unemployed employables, the social planning Walker questioned whether of Calgary, Friday, Dec. 11 perpetuation of services rath- p.m. in the Family than a diminuation was and if this was not St. Basil's CWL will hold to one's pride. annual Christmas party, area of deficiency is in day in the church especially low cost There will be a pot luck and insufficient ac- per with an exchange of for elderly, both All members are requested nursing care and ambulatory He said there is no of halfway houses, Dinner meeting of the centres or homes bridge Christian Business those mental patients who Professional Women's making the adjustmenl will meet Monday at into the community. at Sven Erickscn's Family to get a drag treat- taurant. Reservations in by Saturday to Susan Enns centre before an alcohol treatment centre is putting the before the said The Lethbridge Old Time Dance Club is holding its dance as scheduled on Saturday at the Assumption School at Walker. He said there is a strange absence of this service in the city, that it is hard to believe alcohol is not a prob- 3.m. with the live music of Westerners. Ever yone come. The address is 24th and 14th Ave. f V The Nativity Pageant under the direction of Mrs. H. Reid is being presented by St. ica's Choir, St. Augustine's Junior Choir and members of the Sunday School on Sunday, invited to a lot of 13 at 4 p.m. in St. Church on 11 St. and 4 Ave. Bishop Moms Goodman of Cal- gary will participate in the service. Everyone is Pear! that is. A light, bubbly wine that's Mped toast i host of hridcs lately. Because Porphyry Pearl's The Fraternal Order ol Eagles and Ladies pearly colour, zesly bubbles, and not-too-saeet, nol-too-dry tasle all add up to a delicious will hold its Christmas banquet nn Pn'rinv at fi-30 n m JTI Eye-appealing treat. And mavhfi if'.'; hprancfl loving care to burn best Eagles Hall. Special presenta- tions of scholarships and pins will be made. THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS HEINTJE TYOUR IONG PLAY EACH ONLY UTTLE BOY" MOM and DADS" LONG PlAY EACH ONLY "BLUE CANADIAN ROCKIES" .99 .Minus One Club monthly meet-! ing will be held Monday at o p.m. in Southminster church up- per hall. Anyone separated, wid- owed or divorced is welcome. For tnriJier information call The Children's Saturday morning pottery classes are week will be potlcry pickup from 3 to 12 noon. Choose from our excellent selection of GUITARS MUSIC BOOKS RECORDS HARMCNIi TAPES TAPE RECORDERS PATCH CORDS PtUGS ADAPTERS ACCESSORIES LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD, PARAMOUNT THEATRE BIDG., LETHBRIDGE NAME.................................... ADDRESS STUUli.NTS GKADIXG GREAT iVKCK. N.Y. (AP) Twcnfy teachers in the two high .si-hooks hero arc lo graded this yrar by students. The grading is part of ,1 voluntary I'SperimcnUi program in which students and teachers will he trained to evaluate ench other. Says Mrs. ZiUi Arcnian, presi- dent of the (Irnaf Neck Tonch- ors Association: "If isn't a ,i tool to u.scd jointly to see what's really fj'.'ing on in (ho dassrooiiu" at the right temperalure (50' F.) Porphyry Pearl is amazingly like champagne. Imported from the vineyards of Australia, this is fine light wine yon can serve win pride and confidence. Tor an occasion such as loaslinj the bride. Or simply 3 private toast at home. Because Porphyry Pearl is pure wine... made 100JS irom grapes. Porphyry Pearl creates ils own bubbles-all ty itself. Porphyry Pearl... to a champagne glass! Served cold, it speaks a warm welcome. Miss Lang, owner of Ye Okie Candle Shoppe, recommends that yon keep wicks clipped. Take off that bit of ash that forms at the end. If it or bits of m-'.ch fall into the wax they will make candles burn unevenly an drip. Candles are not. as prone to drip as they once were, but they will do it if you burn them in a draft that blows the flame. FAVORS SNUFFER They may also do it if they collect a pool of wax around the wick, so Miss Lang says you should pour wax off periodi- cally. She says it may be help- ful especially in the ease of chunky candles that otherwise may bury their wicks in well of wax. If you burn candles for long periods, rather than for half an hour at a time, site says they are more likely to burn evenly without dripping. Never let any kind of candle burn unattended, of course. Someone should always be there when candles arc burning." Miss Lang says there; are a number of accessories that can help you make the bes'; use of your candles. For one, she firm- ly recommends the use of a snuffer. "You really should a snuf- fer. If you blow a candle out you can blow wax all over the tablecloth or wall, "If wax does drip on the ta- ble, the best thing you can do is try to clean it up as soon as possible. Let the drip harden just a little, then scrape it up." CATCHES DRIP You can catch the drip be- fore it splashes on the table with a little gadget called a bo- beche. Made of glass or crystal or plastic, it fits around the base of a candle to catch dripping wax on its way down. Miss Lang says the tradition- al bayberry leads sales of scent- ed candles around the holiday season. "There is a legend tbat it' yon burn a bayberry down to the socket you will have good luck and fortune in the next year She says favorite scents vary with the season. In the fall the babyberry, spice and potpourri are best sellers, and floral scents in the spring. She says nothing can be done about a scented candle losing its scent. "The quality of a scented can- dle governs whether the scent will last. Get the best one you can." COUPLE IN JAVA WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. (CP) A former Williams Lake doc- tor and his wife are serving as a medical team in Indonesia with MEDICO, a service of CARE. Dr. Peter Hopper, a sur- geon specializing in obstetrics and gynecology, and his wife, Bridget, a registered nurse and midwife, recently began a 30- month tour of duty in central Java. They are part of a Cana- dian medical team which, in ad- dition to treating patients, is helping to train Indonesian med- ical personnel. ELECTIONS Mrs. Sherry Rudy was elected as presi- dent of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion for the forthcoming year. Other officers installed in- clude: Mrs. Florence Wake- len, first vice president; Mrs. Hazel Black, second vice president; Mrs. Ethel Styner, secretary; Mrs. Mar- garet Durina, treasurer. Ex- ecutive members appointed are Mrs. Elenor Munroe, Mrs. Grace Carlson, Mrs. Amy Turner, Mrs. Doris McLean, Mrs. Eileen Perry and Mrs. Kay McCallion. SIMPSONS-SEARS Artificial Trees For Christmas With All The Beauty And None Of The Bother 4' 66 Branch These luxurious artificial trees look so real you can almost smell the needlesl Yet they are completely free of bare spots, com- pletely fire proof, never shed their need- les like a real tree, and can be stored easily for re-use next year. Your choica Blue Sprues or Scotch Pine. 6' 114 Branch. Sale Price 18.99 T 138 Branch. Sale Price 23.99 20 Indoor Miniature Jewel Light Set Glittering set of 20 miniature lights. Each colored reflector to give the illusion of miniature sparkling jeweb. SAIE PRICE......................... a plastic Set Of 50 Miniature Indoor Lights Add charm and dreamy glitter to your tree willi this set of 50 assorted M miniature bulbs. SAIE PRICE f" k Outdoors Glisten With Glittering Mini Light Sets Malic tho tree and shrubs in your yard alow wilh ilie spirit of Climfmos. tight them wilh i these gorgeous tiny little lights. light Q QQ SO light g 'Sel ,99 .Sel 25 Light Outdoor Set in Seasonal Colors Top quality Canadian with long burning imported bulbi in solid or mixed colors. C CC SAIE PRICE U.VW 15 Lighf Indoor Set Siring of 15 regular size bulbj in your choice of solid or sorted colors. O OO Pels and Plants SAtE PRICE STORE HOURS: Daily 9 o.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 'til 9 p.m.; Closed Wed. a! I p.m. Centre Village leleshop 328-6611 ;