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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Saturday, December 14, 1974 CPRaii World youth seeks home opened higher fares INSTALLATION ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANERS 17092AV6. S. Phone 328-5973 Deadly warning An armed British soldier stands next to a macabre poster on door of armored personnel earner on patrol m Belfast Friday. The poster a skeletal Santa Glaus beckoning with finger warns of the dangers of ac- cepting unsolicited gifts in the strife torn Irish city. It illustrates the possibilty of a "Christmas box" being a bomb. MONTREAL (CP) CP Rail filed Friday a new rate schedule with the Canadian transport commission to increase its inter-city and transcontinental passenger fares and sleeping car charges, effective Jan. IS. Inter-city and trans- continental passenger fares would increase an average of 15 per cent, said a company statement Sleeping car fares will be in- creased by about 21 per cent and a 50-per-cent surcharge will apply on all sleeping ac- commodation on transcon- tinental journeys between June 1 and Sept. 15. The company said the in- creases are designed to help offset losses on passenger trains and rising labor, material and maintenance costs. For inter-city services, fares will increase to from 50 between Montreal and Saint John, N.B., to from 50 between Montreal and Ottawa and to from between Calgary and Edmonton at Montreal MONTREAL Minister Trudeau and his wife Margaret joined gaily in an African dance Friday night while officially opening a new home for Canada World Youth, an international ex- change program linking young people of many lands. Dancers and musicians from the Ivory Coast shouted with delight when the prime ministerial pair joined in the fun after being serenaded in several languages by youths from Latin America, Africa and Asia. "I wish you godspeed on your journey which is part of the global journey we are all making said Mr Trudeau in a brief speech to the young people taking part in a learn travel work program. Mr. Trudeau said both the good things and the sufferings of life must be shared by all countries if mankind is to find happiness in the modern world variously termed "the global village" and AGT part of Trans-Canada Telephone System ''AVOID THE CHRISTMAS LONG DISTANCE RUSH if PHONE BETWEEN CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S REMEMBER TOO: MOST LONG DISTANCE RATES ARE LOWER AFTER 6 P.M. DAILY AND ALL DAY SUNDAY WHEN YOU DIAL YOUR OWN CALL OR CALL STATION-TO-STATION. More lines... more convenience when long distance calls are spaced over the festive season. Too many people have the same nice idea on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day. Circuits get overloaded, calls are delayed. Why spend The Day waiting around to complete your call? It'll mean just as much (and be lots easier) later in the festive week. (The times when lines are loaded and delays occur are: Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year's.) Make your festive long distance calls easier -on us and on yourself! 1. Make a list now of phone numbers including area codes of those you plan to call. 2. To obtain numbers within Alberta which you don't know, dial 1 555-1212. 3. For out-of-province numbers, dial 1 area code 4- 555-1212. Just tell the Operator the name of the place and the name of the people you wish to call. 4. Whenever possible, dial your calls direct! Happy Holidays! you In touch with fettto spirit "spaceship earth Prime Minister Hoveyda of Iran, who found himself with some time to spare in his cur- rent Canadian visit, dropped in unexpectly and toured the new International Youth Centre along with the Trudeaus, Premier Richard Hatfield 'of New Brunswick and other dignitaires. PROGRAM IS TOOL Paul Gerin-Lajoie, head of the Canadian International Development Agency, said that over and above the cultural values of Canada World Youth, the program is an important development tool. Ambassadors of 12 Third- World countries were greeted by the Trudeaus and provin- cial cabinet ministers at a reception given by Mayor Jean Drapeau and the City of Montreal The inauguration means that a part of Expo 67 comes to life again. The new inter- national centre is located in i what was known to millions of t Expo visitors as the five-level pavilion of the! National Film Board i Canada World Youth i founded 3Vz years j ago, is described by its spon- sors as "a unique education experience through work, group living, travel and total 1 immersion in anoth'er 1 culture i "This program opens the mind and hearts of young peo- i pie to the said Jac- ques Hebert, CWY founding president, who last summer resigned as director of his own publishing company to devote himself to the project David Stott, regional co-or- dmator for the Prairie prov- inces, said the CWY's "mutual learning exchange" approach differs from that of! other Canadian and U S programs For example, he said, youths from Honduras have been working with a dairy co- operative at Birtle, Man and living on an Indian reserve at Fort Alexander, Man helping teachers in an elementary school "What these young people are doing is something much more than travelling in the or- dinary sense, because they move about not on the surface but deep says Mr Hebert "It is a program of eight to nine months, a full academic year, half in Canada and half in the other lands New flaw i found in coins OTTAWA (CP) A lacrosse-playing Indian with two right feet has spoiled the first-day run of the third issue of Olympic coins The Olympic coin com- mittee said the error was dis- covered by the mint before the coins were released and production was halted after were minted Only 34 coins were sent out for promotion in advance of the scheduled Jan. 20 release. The last of these was located Friday and will be returned, a spokesman for the committee said Four lacrosse players appear in the design of the com in the four-coin set The big toes of the most prominent player appear on the same side of each foot, giving the appearance of two right feet The com committee said the error will not affect the sched- uled release date Three previous errors have been discovered in Olympic coins. The design on one side of a Series I coin was found earlier this week to be 20 degrees off the design on the obverse side It is not known how many coins contain the error The entire production of Series II coins pictured the five rings of the Olympic sym- bol intertwined incorrectly. Nine million coins are in the series of four-coin sets The other error involved about coins Some coins of Series I bare the date 1974 rather than 1973. THE USERS, OWNERS AND CONTROLLERS OF A CREDIT UNION ARE ALL ONE AND THE SAME A Credit Union is a financial co operative owned not by out side interests but by the peo pie that use it All Credit Unions offer savings and loan services Many offer full financial ser vices You can become a member simply by opening a share account and introducing yourself Try it or mail the coupon today for our free ex planatory booklet ADDRESS I Send rny free copy of The Con- sumer s Guide to Alberta Credit Unions to j NAME I I I f I. .'CREDIT UNION [FEDERATION 'OF ALBERTA I 1400 1st Street SW I Calgary Alberta I T2R OV8 I I I LH4 I Mail to ;