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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, December 13, 1974 Sugar prices expected to drop in 18 months TORONTO (CP) Sugar prices will probably be lower 18 months from now, but there might be periodic "bumps up- ward" in the next few months, the president of Redpath In- dustries said this week. Neil Shaw, head of one of Canada's biggest sugar refineries, told a news conference that by June, 1976, sugar will probably sell for 25 to 35 cents a pound, compared with about 56 cents a pound now. But the price of the 1960s, seven to eight cents a pound, is gone forever. Sugar consumption fell 10 or 12 per cent in recent months and November consumption was 16 per cent less than No- vember last year, he said. The reduced demand was forcing prices down. The price of refined sugar reached its peak Nov. 21 when it sold for 77 cents a pound. Mr. Shaw said there could be a lag of a week to 10 days before new prices would be re- flected on supermarket shelves. Retailers had to get rid of stock bought earlier at higher prices. The Montreal-based com- pany announced consolidated income for the year ended Herald- Family Sept. 30 increased to million or a share from million or the previous year. Consolidated sales rose to million from million. Sales from refined sugar amounted to million compared with million last year. Redpath Industries also manufactures aluminum and plastic construction materials, produces plastic packaging materials and table wine and is involved in engineering 'and agriculture consulting services. "Total sugar operations provided less than half of the company's Mr. Shaw said. "The diversification program instituted seven years ago became the com- pany's profit leader for 1974." He said higher sugar prices did not result in higher profits from sugar operations. The STAIRWAY TO GUITARS Seethe largest collection of Brand Name quality guitars in Western Canada. Over 200 guitars in stock all kinds and brands. Ovation, Espana, Gibson, Yamaki, Suzuki, Yairi, Raven, Hagsstom, Matsuoka, Eko, Hofner, Washburn, Harmony, Valdez, El Degas, Manfield, Epiphone, etc. Shop and compare before you buy, satisfaction guaranteed with exclusive warranty and adjust- ment period. A friendly, knowledgeable sales staff to aid you in your selection Quantity purchases assures lowest possible prices. (Trades accepted) Quantity, quality, service, warranty and low prices. VISIT OUR "STAIRWAY TO GUITARS" SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFER 6 only Classic Guitars Reg. SPECIAL 39 95 LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. 715 4th Avenue South Phone 327-2272 company had not met its profit objectives of one cent a pound before taxes, or half-a- cent a pound after taxes in the last three years. The company had also lost money in the futures market. Day care centre hosts open house Interested members of the public are invited to attend the North Lethbridge Day Care Centre open house, to be held Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Co ordinator Roma Christopher says the open house is intended to "show the public what we're all about." "We're trying to get the centre on the adds Miss Christopher. "Anyone who has any questions about our operation is welcome to drop in at any time during the day." Both staff and children will be on hand for the Dec. 18 open house. North Lethbridge Day Care Centre, Lethbndge's first subsidized child care facility, began operation in October. It is located in Bridge Villa, Estates' Recreation Centre. Craft demonstration at library A demonstration of homemade Christmas crafts will be held at the Lethbridge Public Library Saturday at 11 a.m. Geared to parents and children, the demonstration will show how to create wrapping paper, cards, wreaths and other Christmas decorations. Anyone interested in crafts, in addi- tion to parents and children, is welcome to attend. There is no admission for the crafts session and a brochure of Christmas ideas will be distributed free of charge COLOUR OR BLACK WHITE KEEPS YOUR CAMERA LOADED JUST LEAVE YOUR FILMS DEVELOPING AND PRINTING, I AND RECEIVE A NEW ROLL OF (fr FILM AT NO EXTRA CHARGE IN YOUR FINISHING ENVELOPE. COLOUR FILM Quality Developing, You pay only for the film developing and for the amount of prints you receive! No Hidden Charges No >ons COLOUR or BLACK WHITE SIZES 110 120 620 127 126 135mm College Shopping Mall A 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Monday, Tuesday Wednesday F a.m. to p.m. DEPARTMENT STORES Thursday Friday a.m. to p.m. FwwnmwnRTiirnnn Saturday a.m. to p.m. MI mm canon SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Golden Mile needs donations The Golden Mile Senior Citizens Centre will be sponsoring a Christmas Day party for all people who may be alone or stranded in the city. The centre is in need of donations of food for a potluck Christmas dinner for at least 170 guests. Cash donations will be gratefully accepted. Volunteers are need- ed to provide transpor- tation. The centre will open at 10 a.m. Christmas and Boxing Day, and at noon on New Year's Day. Ann Landers Young and old in concert The young and old will share the spirit of Christmas Saturday at 2 p.m. when the First United Church Junior Choir will join the Golden Mile Singers in a carol festival at the Golden Mile Centre. Preparing for the concert are, from left to right, front row, Kari Welsh, Patricia Willms, Kerry Plowman, Karen Willms and Patricia Plowman. Members of the Golden Mile Singers, back row, are Helena Womack, left, William Johnstone and Mercy Rae. WP closes until Jan. 6 The Lethbridge Women's Place will be closed from mid December to early January for the holiday season. Acting co ordinator Susan Oughtred says the Women's Place will be closed Dec. 14 to Jan. 5, inclusive. The WP recently elected three new board members to a six month term. Elected were Ms. Oughtred, Jean Kuijt and Fran Hoye Dear Ann Landers: Well, here's one you've never had before- How do you tell a charming, dignified, elderly man who has been playing golf nearly every day at a private club for the past 10 years (or longer) that he is supposed to be a member or pay daily greens fees? As newly elected club of- ficers we reviewed the list of paid up memberships and discovered to our astonish- ment that this distinquished old gentleman, who is prac- tically a fixture around the place, is not a member, nor has he ever been one' Apparently everyone assumed he was a member and no one bothered to ques- tion his right to play here. He must owe the club thousands of dollars by this time. What do we do now? Quandary In Hartford Dear Heart: What is the elderly, charming, distin- quished "fixture's" financial status? Is he on Social Security, loaded, or what? This ought to be taken into consideration. If the gentleman is well heeled, he should be asked to join or pay daily greens fees. If he's a man of modest means, you could be sweet and give him an honorary lifetime membership. Dear Ann Landers: I often wonder how many people bother to write and say, "Thank you for the good ad- vice." This lette'r is several years late, but I want to write it anyway. The problem was my husband. He had some very fine qualities. The children adored him and ours was a Christmas Shop at "The Store Where! Ladies Shop for Men" OTTO suggests... 6INOPAOLI KNITS for Sunloving Holidays! SCARVES and GLOVES make ideal gifts! In doubt about Then give... A GIFT CERTIFICATE Two Storvt to you: 314-7th STREET SOUTH 327-2232 331-Slh STREET SOUTH Phone 327-2620 fairly good marriage. I became suspicious when he had to work late too many nights. The details don't matter now, but you advised rne to "carry on, say nothing, and forgive and foget." As time went on, we became closer and happier. His "night work" ceased and I never asked him why. Several weeks ago, my darl- ing passed away suddenly. I'm very grateful to you, Ann, because if it hadn't been for you, I would have left him. instead, he was at my side when the children married and made us grandparents. We had many happy years together before God called him home. Please know, dear, I am In Your Debt Dear Friend: You were kind to write. Thanks for a real day brightener. Dear Ann Landers: Is there such a thing as an "unwritten code" for hiring babysitters? I hope you will settle something by suggesting a few moral guidelines. Here is what happened to me. When good friends asked for the name of a reliable sitter I was always happy to help them out. But what about a neighbor who saw two of my sitters in the yard playing with my children9 This woman came over, took their names and telephone numbers and now when I call they aren't available because they are sitting for HER. Am I mistaken to consider this un- ethical? Snookered And Mad Dear Snooks: Your neighbor should have asked YOU for the names of the sitters and not gone directly to them. Once a friend or neighbor has the name of a sitter, however, I know of no way to prevent that person from pre empting you except by es- tablishing a standing date say, every Friday or Saturday night and paying the girl whether she sits or not. It occurs to me that your neighbor cannot be using BOTH girls she grabbed when your back was turned. If she has one tied up, why not call the other? Is pot a drug? Can L.S.D. and pills open new worlds for you? Stop quessing. Get the facts in Ann Landers's new booklet, "Straight Dope on Drugs." For each booklet ordered, send a dollar bill, plus a long, self addressed, stamped envelope (20 cents postage) to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 1400, Elgin, III. 60120. PIPE CLEANER HANDY Organize scattered safety pins with a twist of a pipe cleaner. Thread the pins on, loop the pipe cleaner and twist the ends together. Unicef news Fleetwood Bawden students collected a total of for Unicef during their Halloween campaign, not as reported in The Herald Dec. 11. Mary Harries has been elected as Unicef chairman for 1975. Persons wishing to serve as Unicef volunteers are requested to call Mrs. Harries at 328-3693. THE GOLDEN MILE SINGERS 320 -11th St. S. Third Annual Carol Festival SATURDAY, December 14th at 2 p.m. Carols, solos etc. Under the direction of Mr. Milton Strong Guests: First United Church Junior Choir Tea Will Be Served Silver Collection ALL ARE WELCOME' PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT Until Won) LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-8p.m CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL Cor. 13 St. 6 Ave. North FRIDAY, DEC. 13th 8 P.M. 4th and 8th Games in 7 Numbers 12th Game 5 CARDS FOR OR EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH WEEKLY DRAW WORTH 3 FREE GAMES DOOR PRIZE 16 Not Allowed Soorworcd by ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB____________ NOTICEI To Lethbridge Herald Advertisers: The Lcthbtidgc Herald YEAR-END PICTURE PARADE Will be Published TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31st This popular once a year feature offers your firm the opportunity to intro- duce members of your sales staff to over Lethbridge Herald read- ers at a very reasonable cost. The Lethbridge Herald Photographers will oe available to take pictures at your convenience and by appointment! For further information call the Display Advertising Department! Clip and Mail this Form or Telephone 328-4411 The Lethbridge Herald YEAR-END PICTURE PARADE P.O. Box 670, Lethbridge YES, we wish to be included in the Year-End Picture Parade Name Address Telephone We will be available for picture taking We will require........pictures to be taken Date...................... Time (Deadline (or Picture Taking December 23rd) DRUMS-GUITARS-AMPS-METRONOMES-UKES-etc. 530 5th Street South "PRUEGGERS MUSIC" Phone 329-315.1 ;