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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TM UTHUIOCC HERALD WWnwky, M, Handbook On Techniques And Pitfalls Pollution Probe Helps Communities By JEAN avaBable to all drop i little, but it has to CP WOHWB'J Editor fORONTO (CP) If you int to organize to fight m your community, help available from Pollution obe at the University of Tor-to. Mhition Probe is about a 31 old now, and its founder, ian Kelly, has put together guide hac been available 'or about a month and has been mailed to about 100 people. Pot ution Probe tries to send one or two kits to areas from which they have had letters. They send a list of interested people with the kit and also write to all inquirers to give them the names of people win have sustained." The Toronto group is raising is membership fee to a tar from have o members, a paid staff six and about 20 active volunteers. Volunteers' do paper work, leaking or research. They take art in occasional attention-letters such as a mock funeral odbook based on AFFECTED Toronto's Don River. at have worked and Kelly says it is news letter goes to mem- at should be to consider that U> keep them informed Mr. Kelly says his group is merely being pollution problems. t interested in "empire guide sent to interested a lot of baloney. begins by suggesting "We don't want in any way see how anything to get more people inter- otroi other groups, and concerned with and fcrm a -pect them to rely on us. can be called a fad. way is to bold a Weil- e would like to form a problems can be public meeting and nal image to give us s o m you can it propose the estab- rength H everyone makes they don't affect of a group. Another is and on some affects you bring a local problem lo pub- are also trying to all the attention and use Ihe peo- i information bank that "Merest in it may go who come to help as the Ol 3 IpTOUp. LAWYERS USEFUL guide suggests that train- 4-amilu people, especially those witi access to a laboratory, awyers are useful members to eve. The general aims and purposes suggested are sett-edu- public education, in- of and action on The pollution problems, government pressure, and liaison with other groups- education involves Elizabctl Birtmin, District Home about particular prob- and about general envir- Fondue parties are "in" these heat, alcohol or butane. A principles. lays They are the fun thing lo die' does not orovide education includes b for intimate dining or to school and adul otertaimng a crowd after Dg or fat in the fondue pot Etiquette for such an a high quality oil. Rapesee first thought was to pull an their teeth. Then I calmed down." Dr. Donovan, 25, and his wife Lynn, 23, a dental hygienist, volunteered for northern duty under a program sponsored by the provincial government and the Saskatchewan Dental Asso- ciation. Every six months the vohmieer spends a week'in a northern community providing dental care in communities that Narrows, 415 mites northwest of and Metis children and sumned up his northern experi- erxe as "depressing." But now that he's back in Re- gina, be said he's eager to go north again. "I actually got a couple of kMs cleared up. H makes you feel good, as if you've done something." Mrs. Donovan did "brush- in" during UK week. She exam- ined the teeth of about 300 chil- dren and painted them f.iti fluoride. She also' taught the children the correct to brush their teeth. But not all of them would be able to carry out their 'Some ;kids say their won't let she Dr. Donovan said the fluoride paintings would help cut down the number of cavities in the next year. "Prevention is the only he said. He blamed part of the. prob- LocalYMCA TV Feature Vednesday Lethbridge funily Y wiH be eaturcd OB i local television special to be hetd OH Chantfl Wednetday following Ihe bec Qectiom Coverage. The Family Y executive eom- _iittee nil! discuss the woct and fiaancet of the YM in Leth- bridfe. V a u g h a i HembroH, pnti- Tom UcXab, treasurer; FU Blakttey, program chair- man and Ken Speoce, general oUa to answer ques- i posed by StrattM of mel 7. "TV pubbc is not aware of many features of the Y." said Mr. Hembroff. "It is our .hope ttktt through the medium'of this program, the Y stay will be- come better known." PACKAGE BOWS Take a j-ard nylon net and rot it in strips to tie your Packages. em on the children's diets 'They get no fresh (mil. 1 little money they have goes candy." Dr. T; M. Curry, director of dental betlti for the public beaHh departnwnt, has diffi- culty b finding to go north. Speciab Evwy Saturday! PERMS All HABCUTS THERESA BEAUTY SALON 740 4rii Ave. S. Hurt to fort 318-6424, this place were raided, what name would rhis chicken a la king be booked BINGO --MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVMJE NORTH WEDNESDAY at F.M. Jackpot hi 59 Nimlwn in 7 4th Mi .12 Gaum Dwbfed In 7 Humbert 5 Coras 2 HIEf 6AMB HtK CARDS PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER U SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER Of MOOSE LaKay's Have you problem us mature woman, or with For advice and help uritc Margaret. Brookffeld, reforma- tion Center m the Mature Woman, 3 West STth Street, I New York, N.Y. mil wtar of quality at foarantttd pricti. SHOP AND COMPAIE WEEKEND SPECIAL! SHOPPm WORLD STORE ONLY CO-ORDINATE SPORTSWEAR By white Stag, Koret of California and Mr, Tonl. Jusl in time for the warm season ahead. NOW OFF THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY LaKay's SHOPPERS' WORLD MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Draw Mother! If You're Ten or Under, You May Win A Prize For Mom and For Yourself Remember fun you had In tfm ntat Mother's Day project lart year draw mother for EaWi ond compete for a Ukt or trike for and a bouquet of row for Mom! So get with your pop.r, croyoiH draw mother woy you MC Fill In coupon on page, itick it to the back of your drawing, it to Baltw hurry, entries must be in by Saturday, May day Morh.r', Dayf HERE ARE THE RUUS: 1. Dnrwhtf mint SilMnch any inidlnn. J. SWH! mmy .Vawirns a. yw m i. Tw> ctaixt: 7 10 6 ytan end mwter. 4. CMMran rwt ibh M tutor. J. I. Prftot wffl 'at