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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Christmas Cards Christmas Cards Christmas Cards KENNEY Merry Christ- mas and Happy New Year to all our relatives and friends. -Ted and Edith 6191-24 HUSTAD Margaret and Ole Hustad wish one and all a Very Merry Christmas and good New Year for 1974. 6178 GARD1N Greetings and best wishes for Christmas and a Prosperous New Year to all our relatives and friends. Sophie Gardin and family 6049-22 AITKEN Merry Christ- mas to all our friends and relatives. and Deena 6104-22 McELROY A Merry Christmas and a Good New Year to all our relatives and friends. -The Ewart McElroy Family 6106-22 BAIRD Truus and Bill wish their many friends a Merry Christmas and a healthy and prosperous 1974. and Bill Medicine Hat' 6028-22 STARNER A very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year to all our friends and neighbors. Helen and family 6235 MERONIUK Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to our friends and relatives. Mike Meroniuk and family. 6225 KEMPENAAR Best wishes to ali relatives and friends for a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Carol Kempenaar and family. 6189-24 JAMIESON Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jamieson wish all their friends in the Readymade dis- trict a very Merry Christmas and a very prosperous New Year. 6096-24 DA VIES We wish all our friends and neighbors a Very Merry' Christmas and a Happy New Year and Verna Davies 6088-22 F1LATOFF I would like to wish my relatives and friends a very blessed Christ- mas and a Prosperous New Year. Filatoff 6134-22 COUPLAND Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our relatives and friends and Jimmie Coupland 6219 ANDERSON -1 would like to wish my friends and neighbors a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Anderson 6224 GERLA We would like to wish all our friends and. a Very Merry Christmas and Peace and Happiness in the New Year. Karen and Greg Gerla 6051-22 BOYCHUK From our lome in Hardieville to all our riends and relatives in .ethbridge and district a Very Merry Christmas and Happy Year. and Anne 6031-24 McFARLANE Merry and a Happy New Year o friends and ac- May your ilessings be many and your urns reek merrily. Graeme. 'LUND Greetings to relatives and friends. and Vi Lund 6221 MOORE Seasons's greetings to our friends and relatives. and Bernie 6259 WARD Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all my friends and neighbors. Ward 6091-22 MERVYN Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year to all our friends and relatives. and Al Mervyn 6210-24 MILLS Merry Christmas and good wishes for 1974 to all my friends and relatives. Mills 6213 SZALAVARY We wish everybody a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. and Anne Szalavary 6187 BLANCHARD To all my friends and relatives A Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Vi Blanchard. 5800-22h ROSSNER Best wishes to all our friends and customers for a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. and Ann Rossner 6199 LAWRENCE May the -blessings of Christmas bring you peace and happiness through the New Year. and Jean 6177 EWING I would like to wish my neighbors and relatives a Merry Christ- inas and a Happy New Year. Fred Ewing 6209 TAYLOR Betty and Bill would like to wish all our neighbors and relatives a very Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year. 6206 VAN LEUKEN Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all my neighbors and relatives. Maria Van Leuken 6207 PLOMP To all our neighbors Merry Christmas and all the best for 1974. Sheila 6004-22h BACEDA To all my neighbors and a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Julia Baceda 6186 BURCHAK I would like to wish all my relatives and. friends a Very Merry Christ- mas and a jnost prosperous New Year 1974. Anna Burchak 6027-22 SIMONS We wish all our relatives and friends a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Tina and family 6090-24 GROENENBOOM Mr. and Mrs. Herb Groenenboom Sr. wish all their friends and a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 6103-24 and Mrs. Joe Chert wish all their friends and relatives a Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year. C6169-22 BUTLIN I wish to all our friends is Christmas Hap- piness and. a wonderful New Year. Jean and Bruce 6201-24 FRITZ To all neighbors and our best wishes and Season's Greetings. Margie and Jennifer 6181 MYERS We wish our relatives and friends a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. and Ruth Myers 5882-22 BOURRET Vic and Yvonne and family wish all their friends in Lethbridge and Foremost District the very best of the season. 5801-22h BECHTEL and Lauri wish all their relatives and friends a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. 6094-22 SPACKMAN We wish our friends and relatives a Merry Christmas and good wishes in the New Year. Rick and Marie 6161-22 DUDA We would like to wish all our friends and relatives a very Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year. and Pearl Duda 5945-22h GLENFIELD Season's Greetings. Friends drop in. Coupland and Brian Glenfield 6220 LISKA John and Julia wish all relatives and friends a Merry Christmas and a Hap- Healthy and Prosperous New Year. ALLEN We wish all our friends and neighbors A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. and Rita and family. 6135-24 COYNE A Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year to all our relatives and friends in Lethbridge and district. and Ottie 6248-24 LINK To our many relatives and friends Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. and Eva Link 6249 KIENTOPP Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our friends and neighbors. Kientopp and fami- ly 6253 BROWN To wish all our relatives and friends a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. and Earl Brown 6236 FRITZ To all our friends and relatives in Lethbridge and area a Very Merry Christ- mas and Happy New Year. and Frankie 6195 ALC'ORN To my friends and a Blessed Christmas and may God Bless you all with health and hap- piness in the New Year. Anna Ste. 1408 9th Ave. A S. 6247 BLAIR To all our friends and neighbors we wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. and Mary Blair and family MILFORD Merry Christ- mas and Happy New Year to all our neighbors and friends. -The Jack Milford Family 6098-22 SHIELS Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year to all our relatives and friends. Mary Ann and Brenda 6234 BOBAK We wish all our friends and a Very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. and Polly WHO NEEDS HIP BOOTS if you're willing to go all the This angler found an umbrella more useful during his pursuit of the elusive bonefish in one of Bermuda's sandy bays. B.C. withdraws all LIP co-operation VICTORIA of all provincial co-operation with the federal government on Local Initiatives Program projects in British Columbia was announced Friday by Human Resources Minister Norman Levi. Lengthy delays in an- nouncements by Ottawa of approval or extension of LIP funding in B.C. has meant his department is with requests from community groups to rescue their pro- Mr. Levi told a news conference. type of grants brinkmanship means in- tolerable pressures on employees of existing LIP projects who don't know if their employment will con- and of creates similar anxieties among those people who are recipients of the services he said. The provincial government has a staff of mostly in Mr. Levi's working full-time to evaluate and get local reaction to the 600 LIP applications that come in to his department this he said. They need at least two to three months to properly assess requests from LIP pro- ject organizers to keep their projects going with provincial monies if cancelled by Ot- said Mr. Levi. He said he would be prepared to reconsider the pull-out if Manpower Minister Robert who is respon- sible for will make assurances that by Jan. the Human Resources Depart- ment will know the status of projects due to expire March and similarly with those that run out at the end of May next year. The situation is so Mr. Levi that LIP workers on dozens of projects whose last funds ran out Oct. 30 still haven't heard from Ottawa if they will get extensions. They've taken out loans and some have turned to the provincial government for he said. Of the 600 projects that manpower asked the Human Resources Department for comment Mr. Levi said his department approved 284 as being consistent with his priorities of needs in B.C. But to only half of the pro- jects on this list have received approval. The problem lies with Mr. who is personally making the final decision each one of the thousands of LIP projects in the million program this Mr. Levi said ludicrous to proceed that Aircraft spots bodies from sunken freighter VICTORIA The bod- ies of 27 crew members from the freight Oriental Monarch were found Thursday night floating in a 500-yard radius about 15 miles east of where the Liberian-registered vessel sank early Wednesday. A spokesman for search and rescue headquarters here said the bodies were spotted by a United States Coast Guard Hercules aircraft and were picked up by the coast guard ship Boutwell. There were lifejackets on the bodies. There has been no sighting of the other 13 but five including the the Canadian Coast Guard ship and Search continues The search for a plane carrying four including a former Lethbridge continued today in northern Saskatchewan. Aboard the missing plane is Rod Morrison an employee of the Saskatchewan govern- ment and son of Edward and Beatrice Morrison of 722 10th St. N. in Lethbridge. Christmas ___Cards__ LOGAN To relatives and we send Season's Greetings. and Mrs. C. E. Logan 6100-22 GANGUR Merry Christ- mas and Happy New Year from our home to yours. and Darlene C6157-22 KATAN We wish all our relatives and friends a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. and Esther 6030-22 GYURICZA Best wishes to all our relatives and friends for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. and Isabel registered freighter. Under normal it would take less than an hour to travel that distance. But heading into 30-foot waves and with winds of up to 50 the Golden Arrow was unable to get to the scene in time. The Oriental Monarch re- ported launching a life boat but a search and rescue spokesman one thing to launch a boat in 30- foot but it's another thing to get into the No identification of any of the bodies has been made. A search and rescue official said the ship's agents in Seattle would have to release the names. He said there was no way to tell if the men got off the ship before it sank or if they floated to the surface after the ship disappeared. Water temperatures in the area are in the high 30s and low 40s. Lloyd's Register of Ships re- ports the vessel's owners as Transpacific Lines Inc. of Liberia. three merchant vessels along with continued searching the icy waters today. They still were attempting to find two of the four lifeboats carried by the freighter. it was reported that all the lifeboats had been found but a study of reports Thursday disclosed that two boats were reported twice. The Oriental Mon- with Taiwanese officers and Filipino crew was en route from to Japan with a load of grain when it reported at 4 p.m. about nine hours before it that it was taking water in the engine room and was in severe dis- tress about 550 miles northwest of here. SHIP WAS NEAR About an hour before the Oriental Monarch dis- a Japanese the Golden reported she was just eight miles from the Liberian- Soccer scores LONDON Country soccer results Satur- ENGLISH LEAGUE Division 1 Arsenal 1 Everton 0 Coventry 1 Leicester 2 Derby 2 Tottenham 0 Ipswich 3 Birmingham 0 Leeds 1 Norwich 0 Liverpool 2 Man United 0 Man City 2 Burnley 0 Queen's PR 3 Newcastle 2 Sheffield U 4 Southampton 2 West Ham 0 Stoke 2 Wolverhampton 2 Chelsea 0 Division II Aston Villa 1 Notts C 1 Blackpool 3 Luton 0 Bristol C 1 Middlesbrough 1 Carlisle 1 Millwall 1 Crystal P 0 Sheffield W 0 Fulham 3 Oxford 1 Hull 1 Cardiff 1 Notts F 3 Bolton 2 Portsmouth 3 Preston 0 Sunderland 1 West Brom 1 Swindon 2 Orient 2 Division III Aldershot 2 York 2 Blackburn 0 Walsall 2 Bournemouth 1 Huddersfield 0 Cambridge 2 Bristol R 2 Charlton 0 Southport 1 Grimaby 1 Shrewsbury 2 Halifax 2 Tranmere 1 Port Vale 0 Chesterfield 1 Rochdale 1 Southend 1 Watford 1 Brighton 0 Wmvham UnrafnrA fi Division IV Barnsley 2 Brentford 1 Bury 3 Rotherham 1 Crewe 1 Bradford 0 Darlington 1 Mansfield 0 Doncaster 1 Gillingham 2 Exeter 1 Colchester 0 Hartlepool 3 Scunthorpe 0 Lincoln 2 Chester 2 Newport 3 Stockport 1 Northampton 1 Workington 0 Peterborough 2 Reading 0 Swansea 0 Torquay 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Arbroath 1 Aberdeen 3 Ayr 1 East Fife 0 Celtic 6 Falkirk 0 Dumbarton 0 Rangers 2 Dundee 0 Motherwell 1 Dunfermline 2 Dundee U 3 Hibernian 5 Morton 0 Patrick 1 Hearts 3 St. Johnstone 1 Clyde 1 Division II Airdrie 4 Clydebank 1 Brechin 0 Albion 0 E Stirling 1 Stranraer 3 Hamilton 2 Alloa 0 Queen of S 3 Berwick 3 Queen's Pk 0 Montrose 2 St. Mirren 0 Cowdenbeath 2 Stenhousemuir 1 Forfar 1 Stirling 1 Kilmarnock 1 IRISH LEAGUE Bangor 1 Ballymena 2 Cliftonville 1 Ards 4 Coleraine 3 Glentoran 2 Crusaders 5 Larne 2 Linfield 2 Glenavon 3 Pnrtarinurn ft Hictillonj 9 Nixon refuses reimbursement WASHINGTON A White House spokesman sail Thursday President Nixon will not reimburse the United government for federally-financed work at his California am Florida residences which the General Accounting Office suggested he should have paid for personally at the time. answer is spokesman Gerald Warren said in re sponge to reporters' questions. Warren said the GAO report released Tuesday questions only portion of the million in federa funds spent at the San Clemente and Key Biscayne residences mostly for security reasons. The presidential spokesman said the auditor's report lates these wild that Nixon benefitted from UK government-financed work. Warren was asked specifically about the GAO's suggestior that certain landscape sewer work and should not have been paid for by the government. He respondec in the negative when asked whether Nixon would pay for those items. Canada sells oil to Maine Me Canada has agreed to ship barrels of oil to two paper mills in the Maine congressional delega- tion announced Friday. Senator Edmund Muskie said Irving Oil Ltd. of Saint was issued the permit Friday. He said barrels of oil for the Great Northern paper mill in Millinocket will leave Canada within the next few days. A shipment of barrels for Georgia Pacific's mill in Woodland will leave Canada in the first few days of the new Muskie said. The Canadian energy board said the licence was granted in the normal manner under the terms of their legislation. A spokesman in Muskie's of- fice said this means the oil is considered to Cana- dian domestic require- Muskie was informecLpf the shipment by the Canadian em- bassy in Washington. The senator's office said the em- bassy emphasized to the Maine congressional delega- tion that nothing should be read into Friday's decision as regards to future oil deliveries. Montreal man gets hanging sentence MONTREAL John Francis alias John David was sentenced Friday to be hanged July 26 for the capital murder of a police officer here last June. Mr. Justice Jean-Paul Ber- geron of Court of Queen's Bench imposed sentence after the jury returned a guilty ver- dict. admitted shooting Constable Richard Larente of the Montreal Urban Community police force. He said he shot in self- defence. In his charge to the Mr. Justice Bergeron said the prosecution and defence ver- sions 'Of the shooting were similar in most respects ex- cept as to who started the shooting. He instructed them to consider which testimony they believed. Constable Richard himself wounded in the in- testified his partner Larente was killed when Connearney opened fire after they stopped his car in sub- urban LaSalle June 14. Connearney testified he fired a revolver he was carry- ing in self-defence after shots were fired at him from a police car. Rail crossing speed cut urged EDMONTON The Edmonton Council of Railway Unions has called on Highways Minister Clarence Copithorne to introduce legislation that would reduce vehicle speed limits at all railroad crossings to 25 miles an hour. The legislation also should require large trucks used for carrying earth and gravel to stop at all crossings. The union's request stems from a recent rash of level- crossing accidents. There have been five fatalities at level crossing this month. J. L. union in a letter to Mr. also asked for a survey to determine whether it would be possible to eliminate some rural railroad and for a crash program to remove all shrubs and fences at crossings which now might restrict the view from crossing trains. Mr. Pickett suggested the 25 m.p.h. speed limit because vehicles often approach cross- ing too fast and are unable to stop during winter months because of icy road con- ditions. He also said that two recent accidents one in which a train engineer was killed have involved large earth- moving trucks and said such vehicles should be required to stop at whether the crossings are protected or not. Price controls 'unworkable' MONTREAL The Liberal government still believes wage and price controls are unworkable and largely Prime Minister Trudeau said Thur- sday. Addressing the national eco- nomic conference Mr. Trudeau said the causes of in- flation in Canada been primarily and his government's policy has not been one of adoption of wage and price controls. In a low-key speech on the country's he said his government remains com- mitted to its policies promoting strong economic growth and high em- ployment. The prime minister was ad- dressing about 250 union and community leaders attending the conference to discuss and evaluate the economic targets recommended by the Economic Council of Canada. severe restraints on types of manpower and mate- rials shortages in Canada and especially will make it difficult in the short term to attain the growth targets set by the council POSITION GOOD But. he because of Canada's resource en- the country will be in an favorable suspect there will be a perhaps steep rise in the relative prices of most key global resources. 'This will have the effect of increasing relatively the in- come of cor- provinces and nations possessing the scarce redistributing world income in their Mr. Trudeau said. BOOSTS TEMPERATURE The warm Chinook wind of southern Alberta can cause the temperature to rise as much as 80 degrees in a single ;