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SoldierSends Christmas Greetings From Korea A Horsham soldi er serving in Korea ;writing on behalf of. tE h"loadS oeirl there ?las ?wiished Hbrsham ' eiidr distrctI pfe leaIl the betk Cri.`il p hrstmas:
He is Cpl. L, V. Eldridge, son of Mrs. E. M, Eldridge, of Urquhart Street.
Ills speciln Chrilstmas letter was received by the "Times" this week. "Once. more Chrliil mas festivlltte have cenught up wllh us and no doub,. people of llor sham nlid surrounding dlistrict are entangled with jreparations, buy ing neceessary essentials. for it hailipply and enjoy abllle occasionl," said the lettier. "Our (!hristmas, over here in I~oreii, will be toltally tl!lfrent. from youllrs' at home, except for one thing. We will til have our thoughts. "Th'I r o ughI out the Chrlmiias lperiod, our thoughllts will e con stantly on the good folk lickl honmen. We would give, much to be home, with all of you to share, tihei enjoymlent tihat Christmans brings," added the. letter. "It, looks like bling a white Christmas for us here but tlihe greetings alnd ,goodl wislhes we lhaive received front all thel holme-folk, will malke tile coldl more. bearablh and the occa lion .;Jllore. cheierful land llhaplier. "So it is with many thallpks I return the compliments on behalf of the lalds over here, of i'isling everybody In Ilorshim and district, the bestl; of seasonal greetings anld al happy Christmas," the letter ended.