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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, D.ccmb.r 20, 1971 7HI LETHBRIDGE HERAID 2S Stock prices up in early trading TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto stock market jumped sharply higher in reac- tion to the agreement on cur- rency realignment at the Group of Ten finance ministers meet- ing at Washington. The industrial index was up 3.96 to 182.66, golds .76 to 145.57, base metals 1.14 to 75.89 and western oils 2.97 to 219.8-1. Volume by 11 a.m. was shares compared with at the same time Friday. Advances outnumbered de- clines by more than seven to one, 243 to 35, with 112 issues unchanged. Beverage, industrial mining, merchandising, steel, communi- cations and oil refining issues recorded broad advances as all 37 of the industrial index sub- groups moved higher. Falconbridge was up to Inco to 731 Vi, Seagrams 1 to Dome Pete 1% to Alcan U's to Pacific Pete to and Royal Trust 1 to Asamera rose to Sherritt to Bethlehem Vi to Bow Valley to Walker-Gooderham to and CP Ltd. to Briireo fell to Calgary Power VB to Canada Packers to Great Lakes Paper Vz to and Ocean Cement VB to Vi. INDEX SOARS MONTREAL (CP) Prices advanced in light trading on the Montreal stock market today as ths composite index soared to a 1970-71 high and hanks reached an all-time high. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges was shares, compared with at the same time Friday. On index, industrials rose 4.13 to 187.45, utilities 1.89 to 156.40 and papers 4.57 to 79.01. The composite gained 4.57 to ISO.85, its highest point since Nov. 12, 1969, wlwn it registered 186.21. The composite high for 1971 was 185.16 and 183.53 in 1970. Banks gained 3.67 to 236.06, 1.28 above the previous 1971 ligh of 234.78, and the highest ?ank index on record. On the Montreal exchange, Denison rose to Dome Petroleum to Distillers- Seagrams Vri to Grain 1% to Dominion Bridge 1% to Alcan to Interna- tional Nickel !Vs to and [nternational Utilities 1 VB to Steel Co. of Canada lost to and Bank Canadian Na- tional Va to TRADE BRISK NEW YORK (AP) After soaring earlier today in re- sponse to the weekend agree- ment on currency realignments, ,he stock market conceded part of its sharp gains. Trading was at a record level. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials, which had been ahead points earlier, was up 9.93 at 883.73 at noon. Ad- vances on the New York Stock Exchange, which had led de- clines by more than 10 to 1, were ahead by 7 to 1. Among Canadians on the big board, Alcan and Hudson Bay Mining wero both up at and respectively, Interna- tional Nickel was 7k higher at S30V2, Canadian Pacific rose at and Massey-Ferguson gained at On the Amex, Scurry Rainbow Oil was c'own at By Gene Fawcette THE OP VITAMIN C SEEM TO 83 BETOND THE RECENTLY- HERALDED TREATMENT FOR THE COMMON COLD. NOW, A BIOCHEMIST AT PENN STATE U. SAYS HEAVY COSES OFT CAUSE EXCRETlONiCF CHOLESTEraDL TO'lNCREASE GREATLY IN" TEST THIS SUGGESTS SIMILAR (W Livestock report Lethbridge Livestock NOT AVAILABLE AT PRESS TIME TODAY Calgnry livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts on the Calgary Livestock mar- ket to 11 a.m., about 300 head; mostly mixed grades of slaugh- ter cows. Trade was active. A few slaughter steers and icifers were steady, condition considered; cows were mainly medium and canner kinds at fully steady prices; bulls were steady. Good to low choice slaughter steers 32.50 to 33.90, medium 31.25 to 32.25. Good heifers J0.50 to 31.50, medium 29 to 30.25. C'ood cows 22.25 to 23, nedium 20.50 to 22, earners and cutters 17 to 20. Good bulls 3.50 to 25. A few replacement cattle were mostly short-keep steers more than 900 pounds. Prices were steady with insufficient stock calves to establish a mar- ket. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 33 to 34.30. Hogs base price 23.90. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Rape- seed prices remained firm at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today in a quiet local and commission house trade. Flax prices dropped two cents and 176 posted slight losses under heavy hedge pres- sure. Volume of trade Friday was 541.000 bushels of flax. of rapeseed and of rye. Mid-session prices Flax: Dec. lower 2.34UA, May 2 lower 2.43B July lower 2.45B. Rapeseed Vancouver: Jan. higher March lughcr 2.GOB, June !'a lower 2.MA. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Dec. unchanged May unchanged 2.SOB, July un- changed 2.50B. Oats: Dec. Vs higher 63, May VA higher 67H, July not open. Barley: Dec. unchanged 1.07A, May Vs higher l.OitfiA, July not open. Rye: Dec. lower May Va lower 1.01, July not open. Longer hours for house in sight OTTAWA (CP) The govern- ment today asked the Commons to sit longer hours until the fin- ish of the current session of Parliament. Privy Council President Allan MacEachen, government house leader, gave notice of a motion proposing 41 hours of sittings a week compared with the normal 27 hours. The motion was put on to- day's Commons order paper hut informants said the government might not proceed with it imme- diately. The government would first have a look at what legisla- tive progress could made this week in normal sitting hours. Under the motion, the Com- mons would begin sittings every day at 11 a.m. It would meet for four hours in the afternoon and three hours in evening except for Friday, when it would sit for throe hours in the afternoon. The government wants to clean up several pieces of legis- lation before the current ses- sion, which began in October, 1970, is completed. A new ses- sion would begin in late Janu- ary. Rockets hit town TEL AVIV (AP) Arab guerrillas in Lebanon fired a So- viet-made Katyusha rocket into (he Israeli border town of Kir- vat Shimona in the upper Galilee Sunday, causing some damage, Ihe military command said. A military spokesman said (here were no casualties. Burns buys packing company CALGARY (CP) Bums Foods Ltd. announced today it has acquired control of Kitch- ener Packers Co. Ltd. effective Jan. 1. The purchase gives Burns packing plants in Kitchen- er. Terms of the deal were not disclosed hut Clifford Zehr is to continue as president of Kitch- ener Packers. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Swimming and Skating Schedule Tuesday, December 21 to Monday, December 27771 DATE Tuesday, Dec. 21 Wednesday, Dec. 22 Thursday. Pet. 7.1 Friday. Dec. 74 Sunday, Dec. 26 Monday, Drc. 27 FRITZ SICK POOl CIVIC ICE CENTRE ADAMS ICE CENTRE HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Public Swim 8-10 p.m. NOON HOUR SWIM 12- 1 p.m. Public Swim 4- p.m. Public Swim p.rr Frtin Public I- d p.n- Fd-n Fo ilv lO. 12 noon NOON HOUR SWIM 12- 1 p.m. Free Public Swim 1- 3 p.m. Public Swim 1- 5 p.m. Family Swim n- B p.m. Freo Family 10 12 noon NOON HOUR SWIM 12- 1 p.m. Freo Public Swim 1- 4 p.m. Fre. Public 1 3 p.n- Frcc Publir Skate I- 3 Beninners S 1- p.m. Public Skoto 3- 5 p.m. Freo Boqinnerr Skate 10-12 p.m. Frao Public Skalo 2- 4 p.m. Free Public Skate 4- Beginners Skate Free Public Sk-ote 1 p-m. Tree Family Skate 10- 17 p.m. Freo Skatn 1- 3 p.m. Beginners Skate p.m. Public Skate 3- 5 p.m. Family Skoln 6- p.m. Free Fomily Skate 10-12 Frei! Sknlo 2- 4 p.m. Free Public Skate t- i pr Free Beginners Skoto 1- 3 p.m, Free Beainner! Skate 10.12 p.m. NOTE: All facililies will bo closed on Christmas Day Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roaillionse and McCuaig) LAST BID OK SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. quotes) a.m. Quotts) WESTERN OILS .....linex Alta East Gas Asa i era Ashland DP Oil Get Can South Odn Ex Gas Can Homestd Cdti Home Pfd Cdn tnd Gas Oil Cdn Long li Cdn Super Charter Chieftan Dome Pete Dynamic Pete Gt Plains Gt Cdn Oil Lochlel Mill City New Cent Norlh Cdn Oil Numac Pan Cdn Pett Pan Ocean Pcrmo Ppfrol Place Ponder Ranger Scurry Snooner Seibens Total Hud Bay Oil 46.00 5.35 Hud Bay Oil Pfd 5500 5.45 Hugh Russell 30.00 Husky OH 16.50 11.37'A Husky Oil B A.45 Husky Oil War 6.30 Inter Prov Pipe 3.40 Inter Prov Steel 8.60 Kaiser Res 3.90 Lake Dulault 17.25 AAGF Management 1.85 .63 Pacific Pete 30.25 42.50 Rainier Co 2.62! 5.50 Tetedyne 4.65 West Cdn Seed -1.40 White Yukon .98 CALGARY 30.50 Acroll Barons Oil 1.65 Madison 2.04 North Cont West Warner Mut Mut Gr Fund Nat Resources ____ NW Flnancs AJ NW Growth 665 Prln Growth 14.15'A Royfund H nr, Tern Growth United Accum Unlver Sov X'angunrd VANCOUVER MINES Anuk Arllc Mining Atlas Explor Bath Norsemines Brencla Churcn Copper Croycl' 5.23 5.73 4.90 5.39 6.6G 7.30 4.46 -1.90 S.60 6.15 4.08 J.-1S 5.62 5.85 5.13 5.61 4.B9 5.37 4.13 4.83 10.04 11.00 Muscular dystrophy strikes four boys in Michigan family 10.00 5.60 13.25 15.75 .40 1.35 .43 1.04 .69 13.50 15.75 1.09 9.DQ 6.35 1 47 6.95 9.75 PIPE LINE STOCKS Altfl Gas Tr A 50.00 Alta Gas Tr Pfd 16.00 Alta Nai Gas 30.50 In Not Gas Nor and Cent Gas 14.25 Nor end Cent B 29.00 Gaz Melr Gar Metro A koe Dolly Varden Dynasty Fort Reliance Giant Mascot Granisle Kam Copper "rUex i vtton Min primer 5.12W pyramid 66.00 silver Stan -35 5.20 7. SO Trans-Cda Plpfl 3S.75 Tcxmont Trans-Cda Pipe B 42.00 jroian .27 Trans-Cda Pipe A 6fi.62Vi valley Copper 7.40 Trans-Cda Warr 10.25 West Resources .05 West Trans 26.00 INDUSTRIALS MUTUAL FUNDS Block Brothers 3.10 All Cdn Com 8.00 9.B3 B.C. Sugar 19.15V) All Cdn. Pivl 9.01 B.C. Sugar Pfd 17.00 MISCELLANEOUS All Cdn. Vent 3.56 3.89 Cap Infernational 5.75 INDUSTRIES Amer Gr Fund 6.1B 6.79 Crest Forest Ind 3.95 25.00 AGF Special 2.94 Grower's B 3.A5 5.50 Cdn. In. Fund 4.68 5.13 Key Indus! .20 31.00 Coll Mut 6.5B Hys 36 35 Comm Inter 13 CO 14. 29 Inter Breweries 25.00 Comm Leverage 3.34 3.67 Inter Mariner -tt> 35.00 Corp Invest 5.52 6.04 Okan Helicopter 5.B7VJ 5 B7Vj Corp Invest Fd 4.B1 5.26 Pac West Airlines 11.37Vi 6.00 Dreyfus Fund 12.93 13.40 Stam 'nf'l Res .69 12.75 Gr In Shares 3.3? 3.71 OILS 32.75 Gr Eouity 6.21 6.82 Albany Oils .48 3250 In Growth Fd 10.9313.01 Plains Pete -2B 1925 Invest Mutual 536 5.B6 Western Explor .1IW Aquataine Drinco CcJn Brew A Cdn Brew B Cdn Pacific Inv Crowsnest Ind Cygnus A Cygnus B GcnstBr Home Oil A Home Oil B Hud Bay Co Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE [sajono 'UJ'B a.m. Quotes] a.m. Quotes) MINES Ac mo Advocate Asb. Akaltcho BralDrnB Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Canada Tung. Cassiar Central Pat. Con west Ccns. Rambler Coin Lake Craigmont Dtckcnson Mine Denison Mines Deer Horn D'ETdona Dome Mines Donalds Dlscovrry Mines Fasf Malar-tie East Sullivan Falconbridge Frobex First Cjtant Y.K. Bovis Granduc Headway R.L. Hollinqcr Hudson Bay M-5 Hydra Ex. Iron Bay Iso Joltet Quebec Kcrr Addison Key Anacon Lohrnrinr Lanqis Silver Madsen R.L. Malartic G.F. Martin McNeely Maclntyre Mela Midrim Intern Mogul New West Horn" New Athona New Calumpt W. Horse Copper Noranda Norlhgate .22 1.75 MO V6fi .20V IS. 50 2.75 1.55 18.50 1 41 1.50 7.05 1.60 Norlex Opemlska Oslsko Pine Point Placer Dev. P.C. .54 15.00 6.40 15.00 5.50 35.00 20.25 .16 3.10 1.35 6.BO l.BO 32.50 J.50 Quebec Man RayrocK Radiore Rio Algom Roman Corp. Sherritt Gordon Silver Miller .04 Steep Rock 2.25 Tek Corp. 4.75 Texmonl .39 Upper Canada 1.71 Western Mir.es 2.43 Wright Hargreaves 1.15 Willroy -75 t Windfall .C3 Yeliowknlef Bear 4.45 INDUSTRIALS Abltlbl Algoma Steel Atco Ind Allan Sugar Agra Indust Bell Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. ForesI B.C. Sugar Bow Valley CAE !nd Cdn Brew Chcmce'1 Col Cellulose Cal powsr Coron Credit C.W.M. Gas Cdn Indust Canda S S Cdn Marcnl i Cdn Vickers Chrysler CPR Cominco Cons Bain i Dist Sea Dom Bridge Dom tar Dom Textile Dom Stores .26 Dome 8.00 Dofasco .26 CAB Fd of Amer 26.00 Gt Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pap Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound Hawker Sid Huron, Erie Hiram Walk Imperial Oil Imasca Int Nickel Int Pipe Inv Gp A Int Utilities Indus! Accept Lat'rentlde Kelly Doug A Loeb Loblaw A Metro Stores Massey Ferg McMillan Bloe 13 50 Moore Corp 7.50 Molsons A Molsons B North, Cent Power Corp Price Co 60.00 Rothmans St Law Corp IE 25 Shell CDA 19.I5V2 Simpson's 2R-75 Simp Sears Sleel of Can Selkirk A Texaco Traders Gp A Trans Mtn Pp Trans Can Pp ll.lIVi Union Gas M.03 Union ON 10 00 Versatile Mfg 2.75 WeMeel Union Car West on's B 6.25 9.00 46.00 7 03 7 PO 27.75 1.10 9.75 2R.75 13.75 27.00 West Cdn Sd 650 Zenith 23.00 BANKS 31.25 Can Imperial Montreal 10.25 Nova Scotia 17.75 Royal 14.00 Tor-Dom 36.00 2.07'A Id.25 72.00 5.50 74.00 17.12V; 26.12Vj 15.00 2.30 30.00 40.00 19.25 31. CO 3025 40.B7V2 19.75 10.25 5.50 3.40 5.75 14.50 11.12' 24.50 38.37V 19.25 18.75 5.00 7.25 M.25 19.50 27.00 27.00 26.SC 16.00 34.25 20.75 35.50 14.87Vj 43.50 3.50 13. CM 13.00 17.00 23.75 2'. 20 New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) Amr T and T 42.S7V3 Mont Ward Anaconda 16.25 flf NJ_ Beth Sleel 28.75 7exBS Gulf Chrysler Texas Co Comsat 59.00 Wicks Corp Dimont Woolwr.rth Gen Molors West Electric Gulf 26.62'-'j U.S. Steel In! Harvester TORONTO AVERAGES Kenn Copper 20 Ind 1R2.37 up 3.67 32.00 20 Golds 145.88 up 1.07 100.00 10 Base Met 76.52 up 1.7, 73 75 15 West Oils 218.54 up 1.67 116.25 Vclume 52oo NEW YORK AVERAGES 47 621': JO Ind 883.73 Up 9.93 46.37'i 20 Rails 2J1.7P up 2.39 is uiii up .74 n5 Stocks up 3.08 Volume Hans Brown wins NDP post VANCOUVER (CP) Hans Brown, 29, one time executive assistant to former New Demo- cratic Party leader T. C. Doug- las, has been named as the new provincial secretary of the NDP in British Columbia. Mr. Brown, employed by Manitoba's NDP government as an organizer of community health centres, succeeds Hart- ley Dent as provincial secre- tary, effective Jan. 10. Mr. Dent held the Woman killed in collision VALLEYVIEW, Alta. (CD- Helen Elizabeth Woloschuk, 21, of Thompson, Man., was killed in a car-truck collision six miles south of here. RCMP said the car Mrs. Woloschuk was driving went out of control on an icy high- way and collided vdl.li a camp- er truck on Highway 43. Mr. Woloschuk's husband, David, was taken to hospital with minor injuries. Bon SuddaUl, the truck driv- er escaped injury. Etna still active CATANIA, Sicily (AP) Col- umns of black smoke poured from the volcanic crater of Mount Ktna all (lay Sunday and a series of explosions was heard coming from Ihe volcano. Etna, which enipled wilh devastating results to crop land and or- chards for Ihrec nionlhs last spring, IMS been mildly active for (he last three (lavs. ISLAND SURFACE Slxleon per cent of the sur- face of North America is made up of islands. year job for 16 months but his services were terminated, ef- fective Dec. 31, by the provin- cial party executive. Mr. Denl was told he could apply to suc- ceed himself, but declined to do so. Mr. Dent, who was given no reason for his termination, said he intends to move to Terrace, B.C., where he will "do a little writing and some part. time ministry work and part time teaching." He is an ordained Anglican minister and a quali- fied school teacher. KINGSFORD, Mich. (AP) There are four brothers in this ittle Upper Michigan town who aren't nearly as excited about Christmas as they are about Disney World. Tliey might go there. But not f they have to wait much onger. There's Robbie Tauschcck, 15, who has been in a wheel chair ;or about as iong as he cares to remember. First he had trouble walking. Now lie can't move. There's Joey, 12. He's in a wheel chair too. He went to a icalth camp for a few weeks. ie couldn't walk when he came Mine. But he can still move. So can Billy, 3. He hasn't Ken in a wheel chair long. But he will be. And there's his brother Paul, who steers him around the liv- ing room. It's fun to play with a wheel chair when you're a five- year-old boy bursting with en- ergy. Paul is too young to know that in two or three years he will start spending the rest of his life in a wheel chair. He Ls too young to realize that because he walks funny now, the day is coming when he won't walk at all. Or raise his arm. Or hold up his head. HAVE FATAL DISEASE Robbie, Joey, Billy and Paul have muscular dystrophy, a mysterious, crippling and fatal disease that usually preys on children. But rarely does it strike four children in one fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taus- check have two other children, Louis, 13, and Peggy, 11, who show no symptoms of the dis- ease their brothers inherited. There is little pain and the boys seldom complain. They joke and tease and laugh and argue like brothers do. The boys used to go to school, but the only teacher of the handicapped quit. So now a teacher comes to the house four tours a week. The boys look forward to her visits. It breaks the monotony. People have suggested putting the children in a special home. "But wo arc all they said Mrs. Tauschcck. "They have no real life of heir own. I'm glad we've got hem. We'll take good care of Somebody else might not." VORKS 85 HOURS WEEKLY Her husband works for a tire company here. Last week he put in fr> hours. He'd like to spend more time with his fam- ly, and there's i. lot of work left >n the house he's been building j or five years. He works twice as long as most men because he needs the money twice as badly. It isn't that medical expenses i a v e been overwhelming. There's really nothing a doctor or medicine can do for the chil- dren. Tlie Muscular Dystrophy As- sociation supplied the three wheel chairs and a hydraulic The hospital beds used by ;wo of UK boys had belonged to other muscular dystrophy pa- ,ients. But just providing for six chil- dren is a burden. The Tauschccks had lived in a three-room house. They needed something bigger, with one ;loor. They finally bought a pre- fabricated home, and had to wait until they could afford a furnace before they moved in. Three wheel chairs won't fit In a car, so Tauscheck had to buy a small van truck. Hog pr ices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to n a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. Edmonton: 23.90. Average Friday, 24.17. Red Door: 23.75. Average Friday, 24.37. Calgary: 23.90. Average Fri- day, 24.36. Lethbridge: No sale. Aver- age Friday, 24.35. Lloydminster: No sale. Av- erage Friday, no sales. Grande Prairie: No sales. Average Friday, 23.80. Total hogs sold Aver age 24.30. Saws average 14.R5. Other improvements, such as an elevator so the boys could use the basement, mechanical assists in the bathroom, will have to wait. They take time and money. Tauscheck has nei- ther. He can't afford to go to Dis- ney World, either, but the chil- dren want to go. It's all they've Ulkcd about for a year. So last July Tauscheck bought a IftfiO Chevrolet, 60-passenger school bus for The engine gave out before he got it home. He replaced the engine. This winter, if he can scrape up the money and the time, he will convert the bus to a home on wheels. It's the only way Rob- bie, and Billy will be able to get to Disney World in Flor- ida." If all goes well, he told thorn, maybe they can leave in late February. The children have been told they can't have much of Christ- mas if they want to go to Dis- ney World. They understand. Christmas comes every year, but chances to go to Disney World do not. Award contract for building of new oil refinery EDMONTON (CP) Impe- rial Oil Ltd. today announced the contract for construction of the major portion of the new million Strathcona re- finery has been awarded to C. F. Braun Co. of Canada, Ltd. of Toronto. Construction of the barrel-a-day refinery will start next spring with completion and operating start scheduled in late 1974. About. work- ers will be employed during the construction period, the company said in a news re- lease. The Slralhcona refinery in Edmonton will be the heart of a new petroleum product sup- ply system Imperial plans for the prairies. A pipeline system will link the plant with other terminals at major prairie cen- tres. Contracts for construction of terminals at Calgary, Re- g'na and Winnipeg are expect- ed io be announced soon. W. 0. Twaits, chairman of Imperial's board of directors, said meetings are scheduled in Edmonton next month with "in- terested organizations" to ex- plain details of the new sys- tem, valued at more than million, and introduce them to personnel in charge of the pro- Fire destroys curling club TORONTO (CP) A fire that started Sunday morning a few hcurs after members left a party destroyed the Thornhill Country Club, causing damage. George Barber, manager of the golf and curling club, estimated the dam-age but said the club was fully Insured. It was the second major fire at a Toronto-area golf and coun- try club this year. In October, the Tarn O'Shanler club in Scar- borough was destroyed in a million blaze. Bridge aces ETZIKOM (HNS) Winnem In the bridge games held to the Etzikom School wore Mrs. John (Jean) Thompson and Pius Ehnes with consolations gotinj? to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Strom- smoe. In the whist section Mrs. Pius (Thckla) Ehnes and Harold Schnce took first prizes with lows going io Mrs. Clayton (Sylvia) Robinson and John Lanz. NEW CITIZEN'S There have been more than grants of citizenship since 19-17 in Canada, with tha annua.l total currently running dose lo Mr. Mutual Funds DICK BATEKIAN Phone 327-5137 Berlin wall pass pact signed BERLIN (AP) East and West Berlin signed a wall pass agreement fjoday that will give West Bcrlinr-rs 30 visiting days a year in East Germany. The pact was signed in East Berlin. It includes a separate section on an exchange of about TOO acres of territory that pro- vides direct access to West Ber- lin enclaves inside eastern terri- tory. Tho agreement takes effect after tiic four-power pact on Berlin is signed in final form by the United States, Britain, France and Soviet Union. That probably will be at least six months from now. In the ir.enntimo, the; people of the divided oily f.ico a sixth consecutive Christmas without p.'issos for the West Horliners to come to the oast, Tho sibling took place in tlw MOU.-O of Ministries bnnl on Ihe Communal wall that I erected Aug. 13, Home is where hearts especially during Christmas. Our hope is that every home is filled with the warmth of the true Christmas spirit. Many thanks to everyone. ;