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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 314 THE inHnniDGC HrRAtD Solurclny. December 11, 1971 The annual HoI a ry Carol Fretiv.il featuring 11 city choirs will be he-Id Hi'' Koiithminster l.'nitcd Church S p.m. Monday. The Cliris'.ma-; 'ling fr-'l is acclaimed ns one of th? host anywhere and true in the sea-- soil's spiril. members of the audience are asked to join heartily in FinginB the carols under 'the leadership of Arthur Putland. The choirs participating in the festival arc: the First Unit- ed Chtireh Choir: St. Augus- tine's Church choir: St. An- Chnir Church (.'hurch Church draw's Church Choir; McKillop j Church Choir; St il c' Chr istian Reform- ed Church Choir; S'l Basil's Church I.skcvitv.1 Mennonitc Choir; First Baptist Choir; Southminslor Choir and Ihe combined choirs of First Baptist Church. L-ake- viciv Mennonite Church and United Cliuiih sing. Carol Festival organizers re- quest (hat there be no applause during the performances. Donations will go to the church choirs. nnation centre Representative? federal, provincial and loon! social ser- vice agencies agreed Friday that an informaticn centre in LeUibrklgo i" required to pro- vide the public complete ser- vice. A six-man force ivas set im to plan s workshop to firr" ther study the information centre concept. Gtv new listings New housing starts in U'th- bridge will be' lifted in the Cen- tral Mortgage and Housing Cor- poration magazine Canadian Housing Statistics early in 1972. Tlie figures hr.ve not been ap- pearing in the magazine Ixv cause figures were not avail- able from Statistics Canada of the federal government. Wilf Rowris. manager of the Lethbridge Chamber of Com- merce, said it is hoped the fi- gures for new housing starts in Lethbridge will also appear in the magazine Alberta Busi- ness Trends. This publication was not list- ing Lethbridge because the fi- gures were not available in the CMHC magazine. The city will also be listed as a major urban area in the Statistics' Canada literature. It v.as decided at the rr.ect- ing three current areas of concern must he incorporated into an information centre. The social service agencies must keep up to date and also interchange information with each other to avoid duplica- i lion. An information agency would be charged with keeping the public informed. When an in- dividual asks for any informa- tion or assistance there should be no delay in replying. The third area of concern was that of a lack of social j planning by the various agen- cies. it was stated. The infor- I mation centre could also serve i as an in'.eraeency planning body. The agency representatives at the meeting said a central agency would result in consid- erable savings to the taxpayer. They cited the successes of in- formation centres in other cities. Those on the task force are i Doug Walker, Cam Bracken, j Ken Spence, Al Brewer, Tony 1 Tcbin and Wilf Bowns. Top prices paid for Angus cattle Forty five animals from I Gary Conrad of Pincher Creek three 'breeds were sold at the i sold the highest -_ priced bull first Reeky stock Show Mountain L i v e- and Sale Friday, putting Hie wraps on Canada s first five day winter agricul- tural fair. Aberdeen Angus brought the biggest purse with 20 animals selling for The average price was ULTRA SONIC Cuthberlson, left, records measurements while Don Beaton operates the ultrasonic probe to test the fat cover and loin eye area of the Here- ford bull. Both men ore production officers for the Can- ada department of agriculture and they use the only two machines in operation in the province. They also tested, the machines during the carcass cutability judging com- petition at the Rocky Mountain Livestock Show and Sale. Is there a Santa? Ask the kids Extended job program being sought R. D. (Dick) Gnienwald. So- cial Credit MLA for Lethbridge- West, has called on the provin- cial government to extend its newly announced Priority em- ployment Program for a mini- mum of three years. "The employment, or unem- ployment problem, I am afraid, is going to be with us for some time to said Mr. Gruen- w aid. "So I hope thai P.E.P. will not be just a one shot deal Because if it is. no one will ever whether it was successful or not. "The program should have a projection of no less than three years so that its results can be measured." He said the colleges should for S725 to Wally Pickett of Or- ion. Moltzahn Angus Farms of Ba- shaw sold the top Angus fe- male for to Gerald Taws of Killarney, Man. Twenty Hereford bulls and females brought for an average price of G. R. and B. G. Powleslajid of Del Bonita got from Ray Fowlesland of Del Bonils for' the highest priced bull. j Powleslands also sold the highest priced female for to Kulbeck Bros, of Big Sandy, j Mont. I Five Limousin March calves sold for S310 each. Two heifers and one bull were sold to Montana ranchers. The female Angus cattle brought gooo prices with the bulls selling about average. Auctioneers for the sale were Joe Perlich of Lethbridge and Ken Hurlburt of Fort Macleod. I sitting place on the floor or go to church. Then, thinking I finding other interesting things was one of white beard's to do in the room. agents, he listed off some im- It was pretty noisy and I was j pressive brand names and wondering if I should stand up games, none of which 1 knew anything about. A liltle girl said, "Christmas By RUDY HAUGENEDER Staff Writer You just ean't bluff school- age youngsters anymore. The Herald conducted a mass interview with about a feet of just raise dozen Grade 1 and 2 pupils at j my voice to make an impres- Fleetwood-Bawdcn Elementary j sion and restore order. a time to send money to School to find out what Christ- j While trying to decide which followed quickly by a was all about. was the better way to impress j boy's statement that a handful of the kiddies them, tha school principal, Joe CARE should be sent. He also I City buys fire truck Only thought there was a Santa Claus initially but later said they didn't really believe that. Being abandoned alone in a room full of kids who were picked for their quick-v.it and intelligence is a tough job for an individual who wasn't cut i Laitey, walked in and the place i said his class had collected went'mum as fast as it takes to i money for the purchase of food blink. i He asked whether everything j was okay and he got an affir- name Bernd said Christmas was a time for good food, presents, going to church and Christmas concert time. Everyone then said were members of a school Christmas concert group. Meanwhile some of the more future radical types were try ing to forcibly scramble their opinions on some of the others Tt was pretty noisy. I then exerted some of my vocal mus- cles and got a mixed response. Evidently my voice isn't very authoritative because I seemed also be given some time to de- velop the best programs pos- sible so the program will have the maximum benefits pos- sible. Mr. Gnienwald said the pro- gram appeared to be a good jjt" Ave' move on tho part of the gov- ernment and should be of some assistance in preparing Alber- Army house scl for Sunday The Salvation Army will hold an open house Sunday at p.m. for coffee and Christmas carols. Tho second annual program will feature the Mennonite Bre- thren Church Choir of Coaldala singing carols. Coffee and shortbread will served in the auditorium at 1302 S. tans, who participate, for en- try into the work force. j An estimated 4.000 i-jidents of the province arc expected to 11 take part in the program. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechi Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-7684 1 mle I 'J for the needy on that sub-con menl. Bob B. said Christmas is a mative nod i time to give presents: to look in j to note some pretty smug After that a semblance of or-! stockings in the morning arid smiles which implied "Boy, this j der was established. see what's there. guy is a knock-over." j Okay kids, what do vmi i Eric was a ''me Toby said Christmas was a out to be left in that position.! think Christmas is all sing songs, be jolly open pres- happy time to show love to oth- ACCOUNTING SERVICE DESIGNED FOR YOUR INDIVIDUAL REQUIREMENTS Daily accounting, month-end finalizing, profit statement and analysis, tax reports. REASONABLE RATES ARNOLD SUCHER Phone 327-0344 City council has approved the purchase of a 100 foot aerial ladder fire truck for The truck purchase marks the first step in conversion of the entire fleet to diesel power over the next 25 years. City Manager Tom Nutting said the truck is vital for ef- fcctive firefighling service in i Lethbridge, especially in view of the increasing number of high rise buildmgs in the city. I Delivery date for the truck i Is late September, 1972. TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Choose wisely the monu- mrnf to honor your loved ones. We will ba pleased to assist you. IETHE8IDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS LTD. "We hav- been Satisfying Customers for Over 60 Years" 325 8lh St. S., lethbridge Phone 327-3920 First, due to circumstances, I was about 15 minules late which sort of made tho kids restless. Second. I wasn't sure what type of authority I had in maintaining order and unfor- tunately for me the kids sensed that. j To have a little fun they told i a couple of whoppers about j what they really (really didn't, that is) thought of Christmas. j "Okay, anyone who wants to i answer a question I ask, just' put up your hand and if I point to yon start off by telling me your name." I said. "Santa Claus, bah, that's a bunch of baloney." said one child about eight-yeara-old. "Who believes that stuff any- Cliiford figured happiness for ents and then he also listed off the whole world. Charles H. de-1 some goodies he wanted me to cided it was a time to open j insure that he geis. presents, look in stockings and I A youngster who spelled his ate people. "It's a time to be people and give things to others. He also said it was time to share food with less fortun- unior liievers The Junior Achievement or- ganization has about boxes of chocolate covered almonds left and will continue the drive to sell them, Monday. Building. Exhibition Grounds. Although no figures are avil- able, the products reportedly sold well at the Flea Market. Marketing efforts will c o n- Most of North Lethbridge was j turns through Christmas and la- j covered by the junior achiev- j tcr at displays set up in the Then about half the kids in j ers on the first nisht of the j shopping centres and downtown, the room started to talk at blitz last Monday, the area] Some of Ihe companies are sell- once: "It's a time for presents, south of 9th Ave. S. remains. to remember Jesus' birthday. The chocolates sell for SI per spread the word of love, be box. good to parents, time when peo-! A progress report on the pie are and th evitable "time to unwrap pres- ents." Tho rest of the class was busy trying to rob me of my drive and on the junior achieve- ment program in general was presented at a board of direc- tors meeting in the Jun i o r Achievement Centre. Part of the program includes ing their products on consign ment. Dates were announced at the meeting for four conferences to he held for junior achievers next year. Tho local organization will send 2fi representatives to con- ferences in Banff and Missou- la. Feb. 11-13, Vancouver, Mar. he concluded. Leslie T. said it was a iime to I be smart just like the wisemen; i time to celebrate Christ's birth; a time for kissin' and a time j to peck and see if there really is a Santa. j Some of the other children i started to write some Christ-: mas-type slogans on the black-; boards. Probably the most impres- sive poem which contrasted from what they had already i said, went: j "Glory to God In the highest, and on Eaith, Peace, good will' toward men. "And lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory I of the Ixird shone round about i them and they were sore; afraid." j Only Jill wrote, it was "time to believe in Santa Claus." HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th Sf. 5. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitations Announcement! (24 Hour Service If Necessary) Erlde Book] Thank You Cardl Napkini Matchei We provide Complimentary Personalized Head Table Plact Cards with each Orderl FREE CUSTOMER PARKING The Salvation Army SECOND ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE "COFFEE AND CAROLS" Sunday, December 12th from 3 to 5 p.m. GUEST CHOIR: THE MENNONITE BRETHREN CHURCH CHOIR OF COALDALE WARDS RENTALS AND WRESTLING COMMISSION Vacancies- occur occasionally on City Boards, Commissions and Committees as a result of appoint- ments expiring and of a By-law wliicli does not allow a person to be re-appointed on a Committee that they have served on for tbe preceding six consecutive years. This will be the case in.thc Boxing and Wrestling Com- mission. Interested persons wishinq to participate in civic affairs by serving on this Commission are invited to write to the City Clerk, giving a short resume of them- selves. For further information please call the City Clerk's office at 328-2341. JOHN GERLA, City Clerk Boxing Dor set for pantomime The Allied Arts Council will j ij sponsor the sixth annual Christ- j mas pantomime at the Memorial Centre Boxing Day. The production this year is 11 "Old King written, chor- j j eographed and directed by Mur- j j iel Jolliffe and starring Win- stnn Jones. Performances are schodult'l for and p.m. Dec. 2li and 27 and p.m. Dec a Tickets are available at i tor's Music box office at adult and student prices. Singers singing Sunday Singing Tree 71 by the Anne j Campbell Singers and Teen Cleff will be held at the Yates Memorial Centre, Audience carol singing par- ticipation invitrrl ,it the -1th annual event put on by the Singers. A guest violinist, 16-year-old j Valeria Horvath, will play Polish Dance by Severn. There will be an afternoon matinee al with tickets j priced at 75 coils and followed by an evening per- formance at with tickets i priced (it and I a display and sale of products 16-18 and Calgary. Aug. 24-28. made by the junior achievers j The company of the month in a booth at ths Flea Market for was TEATON, this week in the Kaleidarls sponsored by the T. Eaton Co. S? GUEST SOLOISTi S MR. D. S. HODGE M Come ond join with us for an hour of fellowship end sociability followed with carols and special muiical itemi Martin Bros. Funeral Homes Ltd. (2nd GENERATION) PRESENTS ...THE SUNDAY HOUR ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGUCAN CHURCH SENIOR CHOIR niroctoH by MR. EDWARD GREENWOOD Accompanied by MRS. MARGARET NELSON Sunday, December 1o p.m.-CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Re-Telecast at p.m.) THE TRADITIONAL CHAPEL THE MEMORIAL CHAPEL B12 3rd Ave-nuo South 703 13tli Slroct Norlh 2nd GENERATION FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND ADMINISTRATIVE COUNSELLORS FOR TRE-ARRANGEMENTS (Authoriiftd by rht AlbArla Government Security Commission) ;