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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Chris Stewart Carol festival Monday The old Christmas feeling will be back at the 28th annual carol festival Monday at 8 p.m. in Southminster United Church when ten church choirs, plus the U of L Madrigal Singers will render Yuletide favorites. Choirs participating are the Lakeview Mennonite Brethren; LDS, Third Ward; Southminster, McKillop and First United; St Andrew's Presbyterian; St. Augustine's Anglican; the Christian Reformed; and St. Basil's and St. Patrick's. The Southminster and Scott Memorial bell choirs will also be featured. Arthur K. Putland, organizer of the city's first, and each subsequent Rotary sponsored carol festival, will be in charge. The Windy Hollow Players of Pincher Creek, directed by teacher Doug Smith, presented the award winning two act play "Etch Me Charcoal" at the Canyon School last week. Indians from the Peigan and Blood reserves starred in the moving In- dian legend with whites portraying the RCMP. Bev Robertson of the local Kinettes will convene Santa's arrival at the Dorthy Gooder School with gifts for everyone Fri- day afternoon. The Kinettes will also distribute candy donated this year by Gordie's Grocery. Shirley Hughes convenes the dis- tribution of Kingo Bingo cards from which the club realizes between to weekly. Aryl Kimberly is in charge of the mobiel book cart at the Municipal Hospital. Joan Smith is presi- dent of the 24-member group. Dana Martin will be assisted by 115 girls and 17 adult leaders, all members of the Canadian Girls in Training when she conducts the annual CGIT Christmas Vesper service, "The Light of God's Love" at McKillop United Church, Sunday at p.m., Choir director will be Beth Cutforth; organist, Lily Rogers; soloist, Dianne Rogers, Sandra Carnine and Janet Sheets will lead the instrumentalists and Peggy Jones and Deb- bie Fletcher will portray the nativity tableau. The traditional "Cermony of prepared for use in churches across Canada, will close the service. President Nadine Kovacs invites everyone to share in this service and to join in a short reception following. It takes 180 volunteers to run a blood donor's clinic, ac- cording to Eleanor Holroyd, clinic co ordinator. This week's clinic at the Civic Centre, open from 1 to 3 p.m. this afternoon and from to 11 a.m. Thursday will be open from 6 to 9 p.m. both evenings. Over 1000 donors are needed. Eva Ellison is one of the volunteers convening the kitchen and dining room; Ivy Joevenazzo of the St. John's Ambulance Nursing Corps will br- ing volunteers and Art Grice of the Radio Service Club will provide transportation. Mr. Grice can be reached at 327-7117. Libby Fumerton keeps track of donors and Ann Potter gives year round volunteer assistance. Baby's major organs reversed PASADENA, Calif. (AP) A three-week-old boy born with his major organs re- versed in a "mirror-image" of the normal arrangement has been released from hospi- tal by doctors who say he can live a reasonably normal life. The rare condition also left Julian Arguelles with a heart containing only two chambers instead of four. In addition, a defect in the artery between his heart and lungs forced surgeons to in- stall a bypass vessel the day after his birth. Julian, born Nov. 18 to Ralph Arguelles and Maria Gonzalez of Los Angeles, has his heart tilted toward the right side of his chest ilHtead of the left; his stomach on the right side rather than the left, and his liver in his left mid- section instead of his right. The major blood vessels and his appendix also are re- versed. Doctors at Huntington Me- morial Hospital, where the boy was transferred soon after birth, said there would, be no attempt to transpose the organs. They said there was no way of knowing what caused the genetic defect. There was no history of such an abnormal- ity in the parents' families. Hospital spokesmen said that although it appears Ju- lian, a full-term baby who weighed six pounds, one ounce, can live a fairly nor- mal life, he will not be able to engage in heavy physical ac- tivity. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 1234-3rd North REGULAR WKD. NIGHT BINOO 8 P.M. GAMES DOUBLE MONEY CARDS MANY EXTRAS This Week's Jackpot in 56 Numbers 5 CARDS SI SI CARDS PAY DOUBLE DOOR PRIZE Wo one under 76 years allowed to play! AFTERNOON BINGO MOOSI 3rd Ave. North S Moiwy DOUBLBD WMkly Sponsored by The Moose Lodge No Children Urwtor 16 Allowed to Welcome f WHITE ELEPHANT SALE THURSDAY, DEC. 12.1974 p.m. to p.m. Beth Israel Synagogue 914 15th Street S. No. 1 Bus Pictures Books Toys China Glassware Baskets Vases Ornaments Jewellery Records Bricabrac Linens Trays Many other interesting items! Thit advertiMirwnt courtwy of Mayfair Vogue Ladies' Wear Ltd. I [The most wanted gif t_. A FUR COAT Choose from a lovely Christmas selection of all the most wanted furs Muskrats, Persian Lamb, Mink Paws, etc. in all the newest styles. SILVER DOLLAR DRESS SALE Choose now from a lovely selection of Christmas Half-Size Dresses. Sizas from 14% to 26ft and racaiva a Wlntar 8ams Siver Dollar Free with every purchase (collectors Item) Community calendar The 14th Lethbridge Cub and Scout Christmas tree sales will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Dec. 14 through Dec. 22 at the rear of McKillop United Church, 2329 15th Ave. S. There will be a pottery sale from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday at the Bowman Arts Centre. Works featured will be Randy Bogner, Wayne Camber, Susan Elliott, Larry Weaver and Roger Woslyng. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization will meet at 2 p.m. Friday in the civic centre. Following the meeting, bingo will be played and a lunch of Christ- mas treats served. A good attendance is requested. The regular meeting of Dominion Rebekah Lodge will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Oddfellows Hall. Election of officers will take place. Visiting Rebekahs welcome. Assumption CWL will hold, the Christinas party at 7 p.m. Thursday, preceded by mass. Members are reminded of the gift exchange. Christmas Shop it "tha siora whira ladies shop for NEW YORK FUR AND DRESS SHOP 604A 3rd Ave. South "Service and Quality for over 36 years" Scotty suggests... Sport Shirts by Ren Image II ind Lypion Shaped body- in plaids and florals, also short sleeves. (Jtntbieit J MEN'S WEAK LTD. 2 stores to serve you. 314-7IH StrMt South PhOM 327-2232 331 -5th Street South 327-2620 WtdntMlay, Dwwnbw 11, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQC HERALD 39 s I BABY DILLS Bfcks.48oz......... MUSHROOMS Wtstirn Fimlly. Stuns ind Pfacu. 10 oz. tin CANDY CANES oz. cms 2 149 W W FOIL WRAP IB" PEAS Rosodile, 14 02. tins CORN Rosodilo. 14 oz. tins MINCE MEAT Cruse ind Blickwril, 16 oz....................... BEANS with PORK 9 Ubtr'lOHjBrewHiMjl.................M R 89 v W OLIVES Isibilli Stuffed QUIMS. 12 MACARONI Croimottos, 2 Ib. pkg.......... 95' CHUCK ROAST Canada Grade 89 0 CROSS RIB ROAST 1 Canada Grade A1, Ib............................................... SHORT RIBS OF BEEF Canada Grade A1, WIENERS All Brands, 11b. BACON I39 All Brands, Sliced, 1 Ib. pkg. GRAPEFRUIT Texas Ruby Red, 56's..................................... I WR GRAPES California Red Emperor CELERY HEARTS Scona, each Ih7 BROCCOLI oqe California Fresh, Ib................................................W W HONEYDEW MELONS California Jumbos, each Japanese Mandarin Oranges oss Approx. 8 Ib. box APPLE PIE MEAT PIES 89'e.cH dozen 2 IE Wi K '-v llllltl ;