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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Value is FOREMOST (Special) systems in recent years, "Human life is of too great about an impliet value to be sacrificed for 'to our stability. "We selfish ends as the greed to attain the type o wealth, power and for which they This was the theme of the speaker, "and in so do- Remembrance Day make their sacrifice worth- message given by Rev. Easson of Foremost crowd at .the Community Church at Foremost seemed slightly larger nity last year, despite the Rev. Easson said that weather in a number of was the basis of the A 24-degree morning, to war being a breeze blowing on the pressed by many young caused many -to stay in the United State. s. He from the wreath laying that those who protested and observance o: or refused to take up arms two minute silence at. the doing so because they demned war itself and churches in the commu- tioned the motives behind were represented in the "It is very Rev. Easson acted as Easson continued, "for in charge. Fred Wutzke pecrele to feel any deep the Church o tional involvement Christ of Latter Day something that is outside opened in prayer, am realm of therr experience." the singing of "0 Got this reason, he suggested Help in Ages Past" Rev. people tended to Woodward of the Evan- themselves from Free Church read the Day celebrations, and from Revelation 21. ed in part for the lower Lise of the Christian Re- ber of active participants Church led in prayer, year. He did not consider Father Hubka of Our Lady this in any way reflected Perpetual Help Catholic attitude of ingratitude or read the gospel from snect on the part of young chapter 16. The service with the singing o "The things that men of the Lands." deliberately reflect the Stryker of the Luther- svstems they Church was the pianist. Rev. Rev. Easson. There has been gave the benedic- widespread challenge to organization by the Ca- Legion was under the of Harry Calhoun, am 140 parade under Bill Webb. The march to the Cenotaph, was by Corporal Larson ane Pleasance of the in ceremonial dress. They were followed by the Ca- for Legion and women's auxiliary, and the representa- of the organizations laying PINCHER CREEK The Pincher Creek Skating Club has completed registrations with more board KO skatern enrolled for the coming ahead Gay Uglem of Medicine Hat holds the position of senior accounting Ramona Shemko is (HNS) The "new" system being legis- Patty Petrone and upon school boards liolton assist with the groups Alberta by the de- younger of education is not a Plans are materializing procedure to the admini- the southern Alberta of the Taber school di- tional championships to be here Nov. 25 and treasurer R. M. The general public will and assistant Mrs. ness events LePage reported this con- to the trustees at a re- board meeting. They had relumed from a two-day at Westcastle at which 19 administrators and depart- of education officials stud- the program and budgeting system. Use of computer accounting mandatory for a system the >vm of Taber School Division if adopt the new Program c c o u n ting and Budgeting NOBLEFORD The annual banquet to division has been on Leth- the Babe Ruth and computer service for the League baseball teams five years so the more re- held in the Royal Canadian system will not be of gion Hall here concern. Babe Ruth coach Frank Jankunis said many complimentary things about his team, even though they didn't win main problem anticipated is conversion to a new coding system which will double the present 600 accounts carried on the books. This will be done increasing the office Presentations were made here. Owen Peters and Duanc good news received by Currach, graduates from trustees is that the provin- government will assist in Coaches Richard to the new program and Gordon Luchia the extent of to be the North County Little over the next two years. Champions and presented additional costs later must boy with a carried by the local admini- Graduates of the Little league organization are Albert Gioia, Kirk Hofman, Harry Grotcn, Gary Pike, Murray Koctse and Perry Compilation of new charts of accounts must be completed by the year-end. This will make the new system effective Jan. 1. Budgeting for the new year Presentations were made also be well under way the players to the coaches that time since completion of their budget is now required by The evening was spent in end of January, several gsmes room of the Legion ahead of normal. Frances Karl leads in Foremost school FOREMOST (Special) sales totalling unemployment ever were made by the students Frances Karl when she leaves school, she should have no the 10 day campaign. ficulty In getting a job as a will receive a trophy mark her outstanding indi- Frances topped everyone idual contribution which to- Iho Foremost Junior School recently in the nnnual mascot for the Canadian Perfect Plan magazine sales drive which raises money for the student union with the highest per capita average was won by the grade 1) class with sales total- for an average of student. Tho class'havo de- Hint the large mascot More be donated to the children at St. Michael's Hospital in on page grade 7 class placed second with a total of nnd a average, nnd grade third. _ Tuttdoy, 14, THI IfTHUIOOl HRA1B w 14 its' Carpet House 01 The South" WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15th 9 to 9 A.M. P.M. LOCATION (next door) 322 5th STREET SOUTH (FORMERLY SAAN STORE) Of Their New Spacious CARPET and FLOOR COHERING DEPT 75 ROLLS SQ. YDS. OF CARPET Now in Stock and for Our Grand Opening! Grand Opening Special! RUBBER BACKED Assortment of colors Grand Opening Special 12" x 12" Plaid pattern. Grand Opening Special, each 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 ef over sq. yards of fine floor cover- ing by Canada's foremost manufacturers such as Barry- more, Canadian Celanese, Crossley-Karastctn, Harding, Krause, Westmills, Armstrong, Ozlte and others. All stock is 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 act and save while our prices are kill reducedl Terms available as usual! FREE! Be sure to enter your name for grand opening prizes! Will be Held Dec. 2 GRAND PRIZE! worth of carpeting (your choice) (at regular retail price) 5 OTHER PRIZES OF Opening BARRYMORE MEDIUM heat set nylon m 8-2 f0 Man, ,uoo. retoi Many Many Unadvertised Specials! BARRYMORE POLYPROPYLENE Room site rugs Size 9'xl2' and 10'xl2' NO OBLIGATION! COME IN AND ENTER! SEE OUR BIG SELECTION OF Grand Opening Special, priced from, sq. yd. Big Stock of Remnants Roll-Ends Open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. NEW CARPET AND UNO DEPARTMENT 322 6th Streat South, Phone 327-8578 Colors: green, gold Heavy traffic rated ;