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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta It, 1972 THI ICTWIUDOI HBXA1D 'dying' NEW YOEK HUNTER I wffl be out of town for Christmas, so take vH VF Y III this opportunity to wish relatives x tad friends a Very Merry daist-; mas aad a Prosperous New! Year. j Hunter, j ?fEW (neuter; The queen of United States Gypsies is dying and every night for the Last week the people of her kingdom have come here to be by her They come from Los Ange- les and Chicago, from Hawaii and Boston to throng the cor- Man. NDP prepares for 'dirty' election i By CONWAY DALY WINNIPEG (CP) Premier El Schreyer told Manitoba New Democrats Sunday to be pre- BURCHAK and for a Merry Christmas aad Happy New Year to all our and neighbors. Eurcbak aad Rose HalL 4433-23 teadiag the provincial annual opcveatiod groaned when Mr. Scfareyer referred to instances of welfare money beug spent i and said the welfare abuse is-, erative Commonwealth Feder ww? j r _ pared for a provincial general on liquor instead of groceries, election campaign in which the i but the premier said these not ivillinf to wait for all of MILFORD Merry Christ- mas and a New Year to our relatives and friends. and Sirs. Jack Ifilford 4434-23 KOTKAS A very Merry Cbrismas and ail the best in 1973 to all our friends. sod Pawy 2otkas. NELSON Merry Chnstmas gBi a Hspoy Yep to friends, relatives and neighbors. and. Mrs. C. E. Nelson. GAKDIN" TTishisg all our friescs, relatives esd neighbors health ace ha-jpiisss a: Christ- mas time ar-d peace and pros- perity this coding year. Sophie Gardin acd famiiv. 4436-20 DIPJE Msrry Christsias Happy NST Yesr to a3 cur friesis. siid EVE Imrie. 4431-23 DEGXEGARD Due to ili- ing her bosora in a comedy. Tee bridegroom Brjso VHar. It was the first marriage for both. She said she decided to msrry "because of the pressing soiidtatioos of Bruno and because E" pother did not our liv- ing together msr- ____be attacked on from industrial man- y_____to welfare ebuse. v.'ith the ekction expected in J1373, Mr. Schreyer said party i members must draw attention I to the geoeral acceptance of i Manitoba's govemment-run au- i lomobik insurance scheme and defend efforts to develop h> j dustry in the rural areas. He said the practice cf grant' welfare assistaitce to the should be re-ezam- Able-bodied who I ventios bair5- "As our mortgage business develops are faced irnuch longer forvrard corcr of resources than t> case Trim other he I said- These cosrnisnests nearly SIOO millioa as the bad: I entered its rser fiscal year. I SEEK LAEGER SBLAE.E j Mr. Eiichie said the bask has i been studying of_ ex- padding its resources available j for the mortgage both to enlarge its share of the rnsr- ket and meet the needs of its Trie bank, in its last fiscal 1 vear. reported balance of reve I raze of S107.4 120 per i cent from S3L6 tnllion in 137L i Its Canadian dollsr assets vere par cent in 1S72 ccm- rarsd -Kith 13.1 last yesr. Sir. Ritchie said the growth in i Casacias assets "cams as something of a ssrprisfe" since i the ezoansioc of the nzccey ply mrr-ed oat to be larger than i anticipated a year ago. A text of his speech was re- i leased in advance. We Can Help You, HERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT CHILDBIRTH THAT YOUR MOTHER NEVER TOLD YOU! YOU CAN NOW COLLECT UN- EMPLOYMENT INSURANCE BENEFIT WHEN YOU HAVE A BABY. YOU MUST HOWEVER, HAVE TWENTY WEEKS Of EMPLOYMENT FOR WHICH UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PREMIUMS WERE DEDUCTED FROM YOUR CHEQUE. IF YOU ARE UNEMPLOYED FILE YOUR CLAIM ELEVEN WEEKS BE- FORE THE EXPECTED DATE OF CONFINEMENT. YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR FIFTEEN WEEKS OF BENEFIT NINE WEEKS BEFORE AND SIX AFFER YOUR CONFINEMENT DATE. THERE ARE OTHER QUALIFYING CONDITIONS. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT YOUR LOCAL UNEMPLOY- MENT INSURANCE OFFICE. Unemployment Assurance- Insuranct chdmagt Canada Canada BANLON PULLOVERS Guaranteed Net To Run! stretch Beise or Spice! Sizes: A-S-Ouseri-Quesn Plus. Eoch An kies! gift for sis or_ rncrn! Long ssssvso rib knits. Fashion shades! Misses' 35r 33.40. MEN'S KNIT SHIRTS 99 Krasge PRICE EACH Excellent value! knit long sleevers for sport or dress wear! Popular pat- terns. S-M-L-XL EACH CORN ING WARE TEAPOT 37 SPECIAL Barssin priced! For yourself or gifts! 4 EACH i Stretch nylon! Popular colors. i Fit 10-12. Nutcracker BOWISCT Kresse SPECIAL K I cracker PARKER WATCHES 6! Kress Gifts to treasure for loved ones! Lstest styles, for men, ladies children! Boxed. l BAG 5 ib. bag- Satin rr.ix 5c cut rock candy. INFANTS' BUGGING SELECTION CHOCOUTES O ID. DOX5 Mouth-watering favorites. SATINMIX CANDY Kresse ?SiCE BEAT THE CLOCK The jcrre fsr children or ccutts. Object to perfwm a stunt within 6 time KRESGE PS1CE 5 .97 STOCKTICKER An exciting stock Eroding for 9 to oduif. KRESGE PRICE 3 99 INFANTr 1 PIECE Coveralls KRESSESPECIAL 33 3 MIXED NUTS Fancy selted fey K-Msrt. 16 oz. tin BISCUITS McCormick's geld Crecrn filled, pJoin, end wafers. 3 Ib. box. r 3 39 OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. MONDAY TO FRIDAY; SATURDAY 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. ;