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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 'HE tnHBRlDGE HERAID Fridoy, December 52, 1972 CHRISTMAS CARDS Prosperous FILATOKF I wish all my QVAST A pleasant Christ relatives ar.d friends a Blessed i a Happy New Year Christmas ar.d New Year. Filatoif HANSEN To all o u r friends and relatives, a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New "Year. al! our relatives, neighbors, ard f-ier.ds. -Mr. ar.d Mrs. R. Quast aixl family 4693-23 CHRISTMAS CARDS MILLS To all our friends we wish a very Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year. and Ev. Mills I and family. 46% and Valerie Hansen district, we wish Men-.' Christ- -S3.3-23 mas and may Peace Be With You. SZABO Mr. ar.d Mrs. Steve j _Bnlce ard !reae Alser J. Szaco and family, formerly of Stirling, wish their relatives and friends a Merry Christmas and HaK'.' New Year. BRECKENR1DGE We wish .____. all our friends and relatives a To our neighbors! Merry Christmas and a Happy c_ r Year. Bill ALCER and friends in Lethbridge ar.d Breckenridge IN MEMORIAMS MARKUS In loving mem- cry of a dear father ar.ri grar.d- fetrxr, Karl who passed away December 22, Two tired eyes are resting, two willing har.ds arc still, The or.e who always worked Life quickens in Bethlehem Bv COLIN BICKLEIl ]3ge in the small cramped the Greek and Eastern en the Mue-and-whilo I itself beneath the ancient i thod-ox Church followers win! (lag of adminis- ri II i Greek Orthodox Church of the have not adopted the modern It-ring power in the town since The pace of life is begmnjig to N-aUvity celebrate Christmas the Six-Day War in 1067. But to be in the town for j on Jan. 6 and the Armenians 12 quicken again in this tiny town so hard, is resting at Gods J nestling in the rugged Judean will, God ?aw you gettine He kr.ew you needed rest, His garden must be oeauiiiuj, He only takes the best. missed by Albert ar.d Karl and Alveda and families. 472'J Drawn by the thought of praying on the spot Christians believe Jesus was born in a manger, thou- Appropriately, in the place for days later. where the birth signalled the the Manger Square, specially il- Christian message of peace on winter chill outside in Manger j luminated during Christmas, re- earth to all men of goodwill, Square, to listen to massed fleets the political, historical'liotblohcm has learned to live ltvj' join in the singing of'and religious changes in this j with the Jev.ish state, as it did and watch the colorful Ismail town. CODY In lieu of mailing Christmas cards this year we are donating to the worl-ishoo of the har.di capped under the organization of Sister Margaret Rowe. We wish ail our dear friends ar.d former neighbors of Milk River ar.d Vr' a most Joycus Christmas ar.d a New Year fidled with many blessings. and Betty Codv, Laztzvilie. B.C. 4691-23 KIMURA We wish Lo e tend a Merry Christmas and a j Happy New Year to all our j friends and neighbors and reia- j tives. ar.d familv STAXKO Merry Christmas ar.d liappy New Year to o'jr friends, neighbors and rela- 5 tives. Vera Stanko ar.d familv 4578-22h BRECKENRIDGE To relatives, friends ar.d neighbors i a Merry Christmas arxl a Happy Ne-.v Year. Ereckerjidge are flocking to worship an-J to see Bethlehem's streets and shrines. Only just over will be MARKUS In loving mem- ory of a dear b'jsbar.d ar.d who passed awav De-' able to gather on Cnristmas cernbt'r 22. 1971. Eve in the Franciscan St. Cath- j arrival of the Roman Catholic j patriarch, Msgr. Giuseppe Giac- omo Beltritti. i SIGNALS BEGINNING His six-mile journey in proc- ession from Jerusalem to Beth- lehem early on the afternoon of On one side of the square is iwith Moslem Jordan between with with the the fortress-like Church of the mandate before that, Nativity A church has stood on jTurks, the Moslem and Gnns- this spot since the year 315 but 1 tian crusaders ar.d the area attracted Christian m Christ s own time. the area att worship at least years car- 1 Tne continuing Moslem pres- Dec. 24 signals the beginning of people in even earlier times. lier and was sacred to the local ence in the town is marked on ail my friends, 1 neighbors and relatives a Very Merr.' Christmas ar.d a Haopy New 'Year. Raceda i 4632-22 all c'jr rela'.ives.! friends and A Merry 1 Christmas and Happy NCTT j Year. j and Ester Katan. j THE STAFF OF EPICURE FINE FOODS would like to wish everyone a very MEPxRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR and rhank everyone for their patronage over the past year! Join Us Next Week For Our 3rd Anniversary WE CARRY THE LARGEST SUPPLY OF ArflXES IN TOWN fOR YOUR HOLIDAY NEEDS "FINE FOODS FROM AROUND THE WORLD" OPEN 10 A.M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT IN MEMORIAMS >URKVS In loving mem- ory of a dear father and grand- father. Karl, who passed away December 22, Todv we recall ssd mem- ories, of a dear father gone to rest, And "tne ones who t'nmk of hira today, are those who lo-.e him best. Treasure hum. Lord, in garden of rest. For on this earth he was or.e of the best; Thoughtful f5r others, kind and true. He sufi'ered in silence when r.o or.e knew. remembered by daughter Hilda, lioyd, Tom ar.d Sandi. 4676 You are sadly mUsed along life's way, Quie'Jv remerrjbered day by Xo in my life to shire. But ir.'rr.y h'.an. you are a'.-, ways there. The wound is deep and v.ill not heal. Only Gcd knows tow f feel. Y'O'J shared my love, my hopes, my tears. Thank you. my desr, for many happy years. Tne parting was so rudden I often wonder why, To me the hardest pirt of ill. we never goodbye. missed, lovingly re- membered by his wife, Mfrv acd son Pete. erine's Church beside the un- derground grotto that marks the original stable and birtb- piaco of Jesus. Even fewer will be able to descend to pay horn- a series of Christmas celebra- While Roman Catholics and Western Christians generally celebrate Christ's birth on Dec. anotter corner of Manger In front of the church is a 'Square by a mosque, from symbolic, illuminated Star of whose rninaret the faithful are Bethlehem fixed on trip of a called to prayer in competition post alongside a solidly-built po- i with the pealing bells of the lice station flying the Star of .churches. __ SIMPSONS bears MARKUS In loving mem-. ory of a desr father and grand-! father, Karl Markus, who passed away December 22, ISrTl. Beautiful memories woven in gold, This is the picture VOMT loved one hold. Deep in our hearts your i ory is kept. i To love and to cherish nA forget. remembered ar.d sadlv missed by daughter Clti'a ar.d farnil'v. Red China gets more recognition Fom RELTER-AP Australia and New Zeslsrd annotLncfrd today they have the Peoples Republic of Crina. Staements by the respective government.-; is- sued in Canberra ar.d VTell- in.trton said each sovtrrrr.ent Peking "as the sole legal government of Chin.-." i Both" Aijstralia New Zea-1 land have new Lator govern- In Prime Minister i Norman Kirk of New Zeahr.d said diplomatic relations with China were established forthw-: ith ar.d that relations with Tat- j v.-an 'Nstionb'st had been terminated. Tnc: diplomats from Taiwan leave Zealand by the er.d of January. ALL STORES IN Centre Village WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL P.M. SATURDAY DECEMBER 23rd FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENE CENTRE V1LLA0 "The Mall That Has It CHRISTMAS CARDS WRAP DECORATIONS LIGHTS SATURDAY ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST Choose from Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Tennessee Ernie Ford The Little Drummer Boy The Moms and Dads Ray Conniff Bing Crosby Shop 9 a.m. till 9 p.m. Saturday December 23rd-Phone 328-9231 ;