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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Sincere Best Wishes are extended to all our customers and acquaintances from BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE Centre Village Phono 328-3201 or 328-8184 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelbbridge, Alberta, Thursday, December 24, 1370 PAGES 15 TO 26 "if Bcsl Wislioj for a Vi ery MERRY CHRISTMAS from us at ERICKSEN'S (Efjrtstmas torn Government leaders send greetings Deane Gundlock. MP DEANE GUNDLOCK "I would like to thank tin news media for giving me tin opportunity to bring Lelhbridgi residents this Christmas mes sage. We in this area are fortunate in having reporters who give us such factual accounts, nut only on the international and na tional scenes, but most impor taut, for our own area. When I look at newspapers STEVE SPISAK PEACE... AT CHRISTMAS That all may share peace, good will is our holiday wish. UNION 76 MAGRATH SERVICE Mayor Magrath Drive and 4th Ave. S. Phone 320-9766 around the country, I appreci ate the reporting at home. I really mean this. In this time of festivities, want to add my greetings to those of others on behalf of the government and iny family anc myself. Peace on Earth and Goodwi to Men must forever be our fervent prayer, hand in hand with the hope for our own peace of mind. To many in the world today, even in our own country, there is little chance of a happy Christmas season. It would be ilmost a futile gesture to recite the usual season's best wishes. But here in southern Alberta, we a r e particularly blessed nth prosperity. Merry Chistmas and a Hap- py N.ew Year to all." Mayor Andy Anderson "As we again approach the joyous festive season it is ne- cessary that we all devote more attention to achieving spirit of toleration and dedica- tion to the end that oar citi- zens may enjoy the many blessings and opportuni- ties that are available in our democratic way of life. We must continue to develop effectively our vast natural re- sources so that all may enjoy the economic benefits. We are fortunate that as communities we enjoy interdependence, which is to a large measure re- Grant deadline Homeowners who have not paid their 1968 taxes have until the end of December to do so if they want to qualify for the sponsible for our mental suc- cess. However, Christinas will not j be merry for all. We share their j concern and sorrows, ever: IvAClll hopeful that the future will I bring a full measure of enthu- "1 IT siasm and opportunity to share Ill lilll CCli .F the many blessings of our ciety. Our faith in God and count will support us in our eve constant search for peace. As you gather with fami and friends it is my wish yo be graced rath good healtt happiness and prosperity. MAYOR ANDERSON Jack Landeryou, MLA "I am sure the vast, majoi- of the citizens of Letl Bridge, Alberta and Canadc >njoy the spirit of Christmas. It is a lime for rejoicing witl amiiy and friends. It is a time to remember liat peace en earth ano' good ,'ill toward man is our great st promise. It is a time to remember the nany blessings that mankim as received since the birth of brist. I hope and pray that all o) ou enjoy a very Merry Christ- nas and Happy New Year." Wishing you the best of everything at Christmas- time and always! CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13lh SI. N. Phono 327-459J JACK LANDERYOU FATAL FACTOR Alcohol has been found to be le largest stogie factor lead ng to fatal crashes. Premier Harry Strom we should not forget that we will live our tomorrows snd celebrate future Christ- mases in a world that we our- selves will make. "It can be a world in which men live together in peace and harmony, or it can be a world caught up in a struggle for temporal advantage; the choice is ours. Let us make it wisely. "We can achieve the peac we desire by creating cond tions where men may liv freely and creatively. This wi require economic security an social justice. If will requir individual effort and collectiv responsibility. "Let us recommit ourselves to God's work, to the pursuit o spiritual as well as materia happiness." Ll.-Gov. Grant MacEwan "For Christmas and the New' Year, I offer my warmest greetings to all. I hope that wherever possible families will be reunited and the home- comings will be happy ex- periences. Our thoughts should go out o those whose means will not allow the full enjoyment of the loliday season and to those whose poor health places them in pain or distress. All of us should ask our- selves if this Christmas finds us any nearer the cherishet goal of peace on earth than the Christmas seasons of other years. When we say Merry Christ- mas, may our thoughts be for a peace that would see man assuming the noble role ol peace maker rather than troublemaker in Nature's won- der-filled neighborhood." Your humble servant! At this holiday season we would like la extend lo all our customers and friends Sincere Best Wishes for a Wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year filled with good health, happiness and every per- sonal success. RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. 3rd Ave. and 16lh Si. S. Sales 328-4539 Car lot 328-4356 Greetings of the Season TO OUR STUDENTS AND FRIENDS A.B.C. DRIVING ACADEMY WALT and VERV KENZIE 14) i Ye send tithes for happiness fid good health in lliis holiday season, as well as our thanks lo all. The Management and Staff of CAMM'S SHOES 403 5TH STREET S. LETHBRIDGE Adrian Small Eyes, 27, of the Blocd Indian Reserve was found dead in a jail cell of the Cardston detachment of the RCMP early Wednesday morn' ing. Small Eyes had been lodged in the cell Tuesday night under the Liquor Control Act. Coroner R. R. Spackman has ordered an inquest into the death but has not set a dale. provincial homeowner lax dis- count. Property tax payers are given about two years in which to apply for the grant under the provincial scheme, which i started in 1966. Most of the grants are for although old age pension- ers who receive the guaranteed income supplement qualify for a S100 discount. The city hall assessment of-; fice has no estimate on how many local residents have not yet applied for the discount on 19B8 taxes. GREETINGS To all our friends GAINSBOROUGH ART STUDIO and from JOAN and HEINO DEEKEN and all the four legged companions on the ON FIFTH damage Damage totalled when 'chicles operated by Dale Thomas Coupland, 218 North ilayor Magrath Drive and Wil- iam Elaine Thomas, 2315 5th We. N. collided in the intcrscc- ion of 5th Ave. and 24th St. N. ibout 5 p.m. Wednesday. There vere no injuries. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 MARGE and PHIL wish to extend Christmas Greetings to friends and customers in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta THE arfjiierite JEWELLERY LTD. PHONI 328-5734 ALBERT LET'S BE SURE IT'S REALLY A MERRY CHRISTMAS soys O. C. STUBBS What with all of the holiday xcitement I certainly don't ant to sound like a calamity j j owler. But, for just a moment 1 least isn't it worthwhile to consider I safety for your j j familv during the 11 Christmas New I Year s s e a s o n? c Every year we j! I' hear of f i r e s I} "X 'Jnc a u s e d by s faulty wiring of u-istmas tree lights as ell as shocks and even electro- tions. And I well realize you're ing to be seeing and hearing dless admonitions against iving while drinking. But, ally now to those of you ho like to take a drink "only Christmas'' isn't your fam- s your own and even the i her fellow's safety of real im- J S5, rtance? We certainly do want! S? u to have a really good time j I of it... and the best way to be i Si? sure of this is to remember that, i jjjj in all the hustle and bustle, just i s J, plain normal caution is the best i g? way to make sure it will be your MERRY CHRISTMAS! Free prescription here at Stubbs Pharmacy? Of i P course! Just call us at 328-S5I2. I We're glad lo be of service to I you Wishes to take this opportunity to wish his many friends and valued customers A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS! and A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR! ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREL 331 5th STREET SOUTH ;