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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD 1973 Canon Nakayama home The Christian Brothers prayer COALDALE Canon Gordon G. priest in charge of the Anglican Church of the Ascen- recently returned home after com- pleting his second missionary trip around the world. This year Mr. Nakayama visited the Fiji New Korea and Japan. Mr. Nakayama preached more than 100 times during his tour. The Anglican priest said he was overwhelmed by the warm welcome his Christian message received. He ex- pressed gratitude for those who helped support the venture with gifts and prayer. By MURRAY OLDERMAN SAN FRANCISCO Every night after supper at the Novitiate of Mont La seven miles into the rolling hills outside Brother Timothy meets in fraternal gathering with the other clerical garbed men of Fratres Scholarum Christiana rum. This is an the second largest in the world of the Catholic popularly known as The Christian Brothers. They've already had their period of meditation and have read from the Gospels or the Epistles. says Brother spend a half hour in what the psychologist would call 'a period of social Brother Timothy will generally wind up in a dialogue with Brother Eric or Brother Alvin or Brother James on the bouquet of their last cask of Pinot Chardonnay. The you are the serious winemakers of the Napa under their own so that thousands of children attending their parochial schools in the western part of the United States can afford an education. Brother Timothy and his ME W I HflPHi 10 DRECI ADVANCED NOMINATIONS ARE BEING RECEIVED FOR MEMBERS OF COMMITTEES TO ADVISE THE MINISTER COLLEGE AFFAIRS STUDENT AFFAIRS UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS EDUCATION OF NATIVE PEOPLE FURTHER EDUCATION VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL EDUCATION To facilitate and professional participation in policy development at the provincial To ensure representation of special needs and To give Advanced Education continuing access to knowledge and expertise that exists within the to advise the Minister of Advanced Education on matters within the area of concern of each A committee may recommend the initiation of studies. COMMITTEE WILL BE COMPOSED AS COLLEGE AFFAIRS members from the general public faculty members students EDUCATION OF NATIVE PEOPLE members from the general public members from organizations concerned faculty members FURTHER EDUCATION members from the general public members from the Further Education Council members from the Alberta Association for Continuing Education faculty members STUDENT AFFAIRS members from the general public graduate university students undergraduate university students other students VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION members from the general public faculty members students UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS members from the general public faculty members students MUST BE RECEIVED BEFORE DECEMBER Nominees must be prepared to attend two to six meetings a year for up to three years at the pleasure of the Minister. Upon consenting to nominee's telephone number and pertinent background information should be mailed ADVISORY COMMITTEES MINISTER OF ADVANCED EDUCATION 425 LEGISLATIVE BUILDING ALBERTA ADVANCED EDUCATION brethren have just celebrated the most recent harvest of grapes on their 1500 acres of premium vineyards and from it will eventually gush a spectrum of generic and varietal wines ranging from Burgundy to Chablis and Cabernet Sauvignon to Chenin Blanc. is the best reports Brother more than 25 years. Nature blessed us with the right amount of moisture and Brother who doesn't invoke the supplica- tion to higher headquarters when it comes to is the cellarmaster for The Chris- tian Brothers. He is a straight man with red running through his face and he fondles a glass of swirl- ing it with all the reverence of an Amsterdam jewel cutter examining the Hope diamond. Brother born Anthony George Diener and raised on the streets of and Los was teaching high school chemistry when his superiors sent him to the winery in 1935. was shortly after he I was young and big and strong. I've done everything essential to the production of wine. I've worked the fields and operated tractors and trucks and loaded rail cars.' And he has been the guiding master in producing the delicate wines which have made his order a leader in the premium field. didn't graduate from the University of California in enology or but I have read everything there is to read on he says. The Christian Brothers is a teaching order. Only six of among in the United are delegated to the making of wine. Cesar Chavez's United Farm Workers toil the Brothers' vineyards. AFL-CIO people work the winery. union contracts says Brother the young brother from doing the things I used to Wine is big business. By there will be 650 million gallons of wine consumed an- nually in the United more than double the figure at the start of the century. A re- cent Bank of America study is bullish about the industry. To Brother being a part of this high finance in li- quid spirits is not inimical to his spiritual vows of chastity and obedience. Through national advertising and much personal publicity has accrued to him. new wine that comes he like a new child being The order got into wine almost by accident. In it bought 90 acres of land in Mar- to build a novitiate and on it were 14 acres of vineyard. A provident Brother put them to use producing sacramental and eventually the order went commercial and branched out to its fertile Napa Valley holdings. Brother Timothy ;