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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Value system is challenged FOREMOST (Special) "Human life is or loo great a value to be sacrificed for such selfish ends as the greed for wealth, power and prestige." This was the theme of the Remembrance Day service message given by Rev. George Easson of Foremost United Church at Foremost Commu- nity Hall. Rev. Easson said that this was the basis of the growing Kinosilion to war being ex- pressed by many young people in the United State.6. He felt that those who protested war or refused to take up arms were doir.g so because they con- demned war itself and ques- tioned the motives behind It. "It is very Rev. Easson continued, "for young peo.le to feel any deep emo- tional involvement concerning something that is outside the realm of their experience." For this reason, he suggested young people tended to disassociate Ihemselves from Remembrance Day celebrations, and account- ed in part for the lower num- ber of active participants each year. He did not considor tha1 this in any way reflected an nltitude of ingratitude or disre- snect on the part of young peo- ple, "Tlie things that men do deliberately reflect the value systems they saic Rev. Easson. There has been a widespread challenge to our 140 skaters prepare for tests PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek Figure Skating Club has completed registrations with more than KO skalerr enrolled for the coming season. Gay Uglcm of Medicine Hat holds the position of senior pro- fessional. Ramona Sliemko is junior professional. Patty Petrone and Deanna Rolton assist with the groups of younger children. Plans are materializing for the southern Allrerta sub-sec- tional championships to be held Nov. 25 and 26. The general public will wit- ness events here. Baseball champions win crests NOBLEFORD The annual banquet lo honor the Babe Ruth and Little League baseball teams was held in the Royal Canadian Le- gion Hall here recently. Babe Ruth coach Frank Jankunis said many compli- mentary things about his team, even though they didn't win a game. Presentations were made to Owen Peters and Duanc Mc- Currach, graduates from the learn. Coaches Richard Dcimulh and Gordon Luehia introduced tho North County Little League Champions and presented each troy wilh a crest. Graduates of the Little lonpiie organization are Albert Gioia, Kirk Hofman, Harry Grotcn, Gary Pike, Murray Kociso and Perry Luehia. Presentations were made by Lhe players to the coaches and their wives. The evening was spent in the room of the Legion Hall. value systems in recent years bringing about an implied threat 'to our stability. "We musl.strive lo altain Ihe type o society for which they said the speaker, "and in so do ing, make Uieir sacrifice worth while." The crowd at the Community Hall seemed slightly larger lhan last year, despite thi coldest wealher In a number o years. A 24-degree morning wilh a breeze blowing on Ihe parade caused many lo stay away from the wreath laving ceremony and observance o the two minute silence at. the cenotaph. All churches In the cpmmu nity were represented in the service. Rev. Easson acted as padre in charge. Fred Wutzke representing the Church Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints opened in prayer, ant following Ihe singing of "0 Got Our Help in Ages Past" Rev David Woodward of the Evan gelical Free Church read the scripture from Revelation 21. Max Lise of Ihe Chrislian Re- formed Church led in prayer and Father Hubka of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church read Ihe gospel from Luke chapter 16. The service concluded with the singing of "Lord of the Lands." Breuda Stryker of the Luther- an Church was the pianist. Rev Woodward gave Ihe benedic lion. The organizalion by the Ca nadian Legion was under the direction of Harry Calhoun, and (he parade under Bill Webb The march lo the Cenolaph was led by Corporal Larson am Constable Pleasance of the RCMP in ceremonial dress They were followed by the Ca- nadian Legion and women's auxiliary, and the representa- tives of the organizations laving wreaths. Taber board way ahead ill accounting TABER (HNS) The "new accounting system being legis- lated upon school boards throughout Alberta by the de- partment of education is not a new procedure to the admini- strators of the Taber school di- vision. Secretary treasurer R. M. Greenaway and assistant Mrs. Edna LePage reported this con- clusion to the trustees at a re- cent board meeting. They had just relumed from a two-day seminar at Weslcaslle at which 19 administrators and depart- ment of education officials stud- ied the program and budgeting system. Use of computer accounting Is mandatory for a system the size of Taber School Division if Ihey adopl the new Program A c c o u n ting and Budgeting The division has been on Leth- bridge computer service for the past five years so the more re- fined system will not be of major concern. The main problem anticipat- ed is conversion lo a new coding system which will double the present 600 accounts carried on the books. This will be done without increasing the office staff here. The good news received by the trustees is that the provin- cial government will assist in converting to the new program lo the extent of lo be spread over Ihe next Iwo years. Any addilional costs later musl be carried by the local admini- stration. Compilation of new charts of accounts must be completed by :he year-end. This will make Ihe new system effective Jan. 1. Budgeting for the new year must also be well under way ly that time since completion of 'he budget is now required by ho end of January, several nonlhs ahead of normal. Frances Karl leads way in Foremost school drive FOREMOST (Special) If unemployment ever threatens Frances Karl when she leaves school, she should have no dif- ficulty In getting a job as a top saleswoman. Frances lopped everyone in Ihe Foremost Junior High School rocciilly in (he annun! fnnadinn Perfect Plan mngn- 7.ino sale.? drive which raises money for the student union ac- tivities. district oil page 6 Magazine sales totalling were mnde by the students in the 10 day campaign. Frances will receive a trophy lo mark her outstanding indi- vidual contribution which to- talled 584. The nnmial mascot for the class with the highest per capi- ta nvcrngo wns won by the grade n class wilh sales lotnl- ling 5745 for an average of 524 per sludcnt. Tho class have de- cided thnt Ihc largo mascot will be donated lo Iho children nt SI. Michael's Hospital In Lclhbrldge. Tho grade 7 class pineal sec- ond wilh a total of nnd a average, nnd grade 9B wns third. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15th 9 to 9 A.M. P.M. Carpet House 01 The _ Tutttloy, Novtmbir THI 1ETHIKIDOI HIU1B 1 LOCATION (next door) 322 5th STREET SOUTH (FORMERLY SAAN STORE) Of Their New Spacious CARPET and FLOOi COVERING DEPT. 75 ROLLS SQ. YDS. OF CARPET Now in Stock and for Our Grand Opening! Grand Opening Special! Assortment of colors Grand Special 12" x 12" Plaid pattern. Grand Opening Special, each Many Many Unadvertised Specials! Grand Special BARRYMORE POLYPROPYLENE 4 color tones In each. 5 colors to from. Manu. sugg. retail 9.95 iq. yd. Grand Opening Special We invite everyone In Southern Alberta and South Eastern B.C. to come in and see what we feel is the ultimate in floor covering merchandising. Our new store offers a huge stock of over sq. yards of fine floor cover- ing by Canada's foremost manufacturers such as Barry- more, Canadian Celanese, Crossley-Karastan, Harding, Krause, Westmills, Armstrong, Ozite and others. All stock ii on hand and available for immediate delivery and in- stallation with no delays or waiting for shipments to come in from outside points. Want new carpets for Christ- mas? Mow's the time to oct and save while our prices are fall reducedl Terms available as usual! FREE! Be sure to enter your name for grand opening prizesl Will be Held Dec. 2 GRAND PRIZE! worth of carpeting (your choice) (at regular retail price) 5 OTHER PRIZES OF Room size rugs Size 9'xl2' and 10'x12' Opening BARRYMORE MEDIUM nylon in 8-2 retm, Grand Opening Special___ SEE OUR BIG SELECTION OF Grand Opening Special, priced from, sq. yd. NO OBLIGATION! COME IN AND ENTER! Open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Saturday 9 lo 6 p.m. NEW CARPET AND LINO DEPARTMENT 322 6th Slreat South, Phone 327-8578 Colon: green, gold Heavy traffic rated ;