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CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT. On. Christmas Eve, ; Heywood's 'main'.. stre?t;=ciwas "'made bright and festive with :hlits" and music.. Un der. the leade ship of". Lieutenant: Col. Brimblecombe, of the Salvation Army, carols by candle-light were sung by choirs composed of various church organisations. Proceedings were opened by the Heywood brass band, conducted by bandmaster Norman Stewart, who received the thanks of the large open air gathering. " . . . Carols were sung by junior' and senior choirs trained and conducted by Mr. :Rex Pitts for the occasion. * Suitable addresses were given by ,Pastor..Schwartz, : of the LLutheran community ; . Rev. E.v B; ' Gamble (Methodist), Rev. S, Halford. (Prese byterian.) Weather conditions "were favor able,- hardly: a breath of wind stir ring, the flames of:.numerous candles held by' singers and audience::; T: (Interest.,, in the gatlering was in creased"' by -the showing :of : two suitable moving films.