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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE uiTHBSIDGE HERAID Thursday, December 24, 1970 ld stam serving custo m c r s, Janet's mind vent over and over her I overhearing you talk about stamps. I have one my grand-; father gave me that he said; to sell problem, how could possibly get Joey's hockey outfit for Christ- helmet, stick, gloves, and other equipment he needed if he was to play with the school team. And he was so confident it would be there on Christmas morning. But the money she earned as a waitress barely covered their rent and food, and the other little expenses, like the dentist, that kept crop- ping up When his Dad was alive, Joey had only to express was valuable. I'd 1 she blurted. "Do you know stamp "No, I don't know about stamps. I only what the j wish 'and it was his. Placing the order on when grandfather gave it to n-.e, I put it into a little box. and I've always kept it." "I'd like to see it. come here for lunch again to- morrow. Could you bring it to work with "Thank yon. I'll bring it." Janet didn't say a word to, Joey, but she deived into the j bottom of an old trunk to find i the little box. Yes, there the By GLORIA NICHOLLS i would taste like polluted ef- Y I) N 1C Y (AP) fluent here. We'll probably buy Christmas is just not I some ice from a gas station, the same in Australia and slick the beer hollies and ____ home" in England. Here il just docsn'l seem like ,_____Christmas. Perhaps it's not surprising as the home in Leeds from which my husband and I emi- ice in the And, if it gets just too hot, we'll join the beers. Olher aspects diminish the Christmas feeling: Gifts for relatives and friends in the United Kingdom are bought in grated in 1967 is miles September or Ocloner for mail- I :__ nt tlio iway ami in trie iwruieiu ins mou.m fragrance. Islanders, like mahilanders expect a piney mlor. Univers- ity of Hawaii researchers and State Forestry Department predict that in time Norfolk Island pine will be Ihe Christ- mas tree of the islands. PHONE 327-3503 Factory Sefvico for Flcetwoot! rind R.C.A. JIRO 'JESSY' MIYAOAVM Radio find fV loc.iM 312 nil, il i. By ARNOLD ZEITLIN Associated Press Wriler AWALP I N D I, Pak- istan (AP) In pre- dominantly Mosl e m akistan, Jesus Christ is a respected but secondary reli- difficult in Pakistan birthday of Mohammed Ali, walpindi Catholic Club carefully In Karachi, Pakistan's Jinnah, founder of the Pakistan; draws the curtains at its an-i largest city, hundreds of nation. i nual Christmas dance to avoid j Christians gather at Christmas A Christian community of offending somber M o s 1 e m'. time in the dusly hills above about scattered among a population of nearly 130 mil- lion, celsbrales Ihe occasion in fairly Iraditional style: reli- celebration of whose birthday Dec. 25 is a holiday only be- prophet, thejgious services, gift exchanges, cause it coincides Ihe family visiting. It is not always niehghors. the seaport city to enact pag- Christmas 1969 came shortly j eanls depicting the birth of after Id e, Filir, the Moslem holiday marking easy in Moslem atmosphere. The gly Ra- end of the month-long Ramzam joyous r the ]ar Dlle to loca] the overwhelmingly jiosiems observe Ihe oc- icre was Clnistmos? By HATTIE I. CHESTER [HUNG a bell to tinkle, And a wreath upon the door; I heaped the hearth with cedar, And decked a silver tree. But where, 0 where was Christmas Though symbols brought, it near? It, isn't in the symbols, Nor in the snowy air; We only celebrate the Christ Mass When love is in our hearts. casjon great gaiety and gift giving. By the time Christ- mas arrived, most stores had exhausted their stock nf toys, schism, St. Andrew's Church in Labors last Christinas had two differ- ent Presbyterian groups per- forming rival carol sings. Some stores feature Chrisl- mas gifts, but not many. In new clothes and other items Karachi's major shopping for gifts. I area, Ellphinston St., the only The same thing probably will sign last December of yulctide happen in 1970 when Moslems! cheer were a few paper S'anta will fast during daylight hours I Clauses hung in front of sta- mosl of Ihe monlh of Novem-1 tioncry slorcs selling Christ- ber. mas and New Year cards. Marry Christmas wreath surrounds our best wishes KERR'S JEWELLERY 'nil MHt'lf -SOUTH PHONE 327.7533 Jolly old dt. Nick is coming to help Hi ihank all our hulrons, jriends, you! Lethbridge Centra! Savings Credit Union 311 3th ST. S, LETHBRIDGE Cheery i Greetings 4J We hops your holiday is filled with fine friends, good times. Warm wishes. WIGS Phone 328-2566 Shoppers' World As this quiet scene reflects Christmas peace, jnay all share its true tranquility. HERMAN, AlFONS and HANS from HERMAN'S AUTO 2019 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-1269 ;