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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Satuidoy, 16, POT-LUCK By D'ARCY RV R1CKAW) ha; volunteers] Ui pull three loads of barley to the children of Korea. This little v-'arrn-heailed Shetland is all horse! So there's no problem o{ getting the barley to the coa.st. Tntn the Unitarian Service Committee will take over and load it on a steamship for Korea. So the hungry little Korean children will get some- thing to eat rjUJ thin can say Peepers pick- fed a peck of pickled peppers. Meantime, k-t's thank the wonderful Brownies of the 1st Taber Pack whose motto is "lend a hand." That sure fits in. good v.-ith our ''helping handful of foarlev for Korea fund." Thank YOU. Mr. and Mrs. D. Tschritter of Taber. Your kind 'gift vail feed a Korean child barley for 24 days. The Penner children of Bow Island, Shaun, 5, and Sfacey, Z. emptied their piggy bank for the Ko- rean kids. Thank you so much Shaun and Stacey. Over at Grassy Lake an old friend, Mrs. Mar- garet Turnbull, send a gift and best wishes to the fund. Thank you Crowsnest Pass residents Mrs. Mary Kovach of 'Hillcrest, T. Catonio family and Isabelle Sellon, all of Blairmore, Debbie and Shelley ward of Hillcrest Mines, the Catholic Women's League of Canada at Blairmore, and Robert (Brick) Bell, now of Lethbridge, retiring after :A years in harness. Many thanks to Mrs'. Mary E. Perry "Ole- Reliable" of Lethbridge for your letter and contribution to the fund. Great to hear from you! Thank you so much, for your gift, your card and your comments. NEVER HUNGRY This tilde southern AJberio girl is never hungry. Or a! no! fcr long. fJl-t so the little children In Floods out crops lost sum- rrer. Ard the salt the lends for o --toscn. Herc'd readers ere being asked to give th-iwr Korean children carloads of Send your donation today to Helping Handful, Leihbridae Herald. Ervin Photo OFTEN HUNGRY This little Korean chiid is often But because the people In this part cf the have something, ca'l it bigness voul, or strength to heip the or the to the clcods ore darkest, the Helpino Handful be extended. So in the ahead, until hcs and done, support the Helping Handful cf tc Korean Children your pennies and dollars. It all oda's up to c of barley for the little Korean children. you for- aei. 3 District doings RDEK tries again CRAMJKOOK Tht Regional Dslri'.-f 'S. rxferd will make a SfxiryJ try having avOwrity over rural jn'xxk park slawiards. MunidpaH'iefi within bylaws. Previous elected regional board alleged tte partnys-ji would rxX enforce it, TV; upgrad- irr? of of u'Jiiufr, Glider training TABER f HNS Adding sirenstb to for an port here Is J. Chomany 225. He advised coxnd! of glirfer training program for the swlh if the airport i? progrsrn squadrons bridge, Taber, Hat and Brooks. .Ministry of transport-ap- prcvfcd larriing f i i d is Ski bus SPARWOOD 'HNS) Ky- ser Resources is sponsoring a I bus to transport skiers from the Ferule Valley Ski Hill Another family says: ''Instead of sending presents to our family this year, v.e would like to help feed hungry children. This is much greater thing to do Lake Lillian, ecology studv wanted by lakeside residents who note oil film filth than to give gifts to pewle who are not hungry. SPARV.'OOD fH.NS> They have suggested results ter ta Ire minister says. by. Like L'.lUan in estarjlish three oiumosi hsvt 65ttd I.M regulations F i r s t. an inrr-essir.g oil film Please caii us anonymous because in our hearts we -w protect and preserve this or> tte water from outboard will we have helped m a small way are lake other L-JaaJ Ju'v grateful that there are people wno care, .'lay God have For- waters that are being hles'S this gnd Reso'jrcts to population pres- Roberl Birth, 9, sends enough feed a Korean j pohert to start the sures." child barley for 12 days. you. Robert, and study in 1ST3. Actior. was prompted, the let- Meny Christmas: Another letter: ''WouM you please record the en- closed 810 donation under the name of Mr. D. L. Loree of Nanton. Mr. Loree is my grandfather and has seen much need in the world during his 83 vears. I know that he much rather see this "rnor.ey being spent helping the Korean people than j on a Christmas oift. Thank you for your con- cern in this matter and I hope that you will meet our objective.'' Gordon Loree. University of The bus -RiU operate rung Dec- K. It also run Dec. 24 and 'A, esch Sat- urday and throughrrjt arid Fc-eoer Springs and tems, next to a sprhg-fed late, the ski season at Femie. a brc-vk r-jji oniy seasoriaUy. u b'-OTming larger i 'DUS Sfioasored a large: volume ?p 1T1, by Kaiser for the past two ter recurea for septic sys- years transport sters b'jii; next to the lake W2S r e m o v e a laa for the Elk Natal, cj-d the Tov-' from these sys- road coristruc'.ion.'1 Sparwood arxi Femie. Lethbridge, for y one. star.d. V.'e believe it's the right Mrs. Vera Lien of Lethbridge for her f iUK-ort Mr. and' Mrs. J. Dore of Lethbridge say, think this is such a '.'.'orthv.'hile effort on the part of your piper. you so rn'jch. 'And so the of helping others sweeps our great lard. Many flovj vict.rns prayed. Thank goodness we v.e .vay1? Can v.e sorr.e word, some expression, to spur our Boy Scouts and Ven- turers to action for the flood victims of Korea0 found it hearts answer their pleas. made a start. There's much more to Serid votir to Helping Handful, Lethbridge j Herald, Letribridge, Alberta. ''Hope this small dor-ation the children.'' S. Pennock of 1236 St. Catherines Road, Lelh- bridge. j rr.ake this 'Jonatior; to your bar- ley fund a lot bigger but I'm v.ith you all the and may it go over the top." writes another well- wisher. Thank you. Mr. and Walter Wallwork of Bow Island. Thanks. Kella, Kendra, Faron and Dion Roth of Coaldale. Many thanks. Jessie of High River. Good lucl: with vour Tnariks so much. H. F. family. You're" so Mr. and Mrs. R. Hull. Can v.e do it Peepers" Hoy. oh boy. we've got a mighty big hill ahead. Lets try to reach it 'or the Korean kids. There's just one week left. Let's push for SI.000 a day. God help us i; we turn our backs on the rest of the world. Scouting is big. It's a big brotherhood v.i'ih hands joined around the world. So let's follow the lead taken by our newspaper, the Lethbridge Herald, and do our level best. Every columnist in the paper is turning his thoughts to the kids in Korea today. I'm very thank- fui to be included ar.d I know our southern Alberta Cubs will answer this plea. Fifty cents will feed a Korean child barley for six days. LeVs do v.iLiout one show, or a magazine, or two or three bottles of pop. Let's push some food over to the other side of the table. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIPCUIATIOM JOB PRINTING Pfep.. Elairmote Phone 562-2149 COUNTRY NEWS These Are Tte Lctltbrldge Hetald Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. ID. CESAf. Gentrol GRASSY LAKE W1RS, MAR'f TURNSUll Oenerol Beliviry PICTURE BUHE 5. P. JOHKSOH Oen. RAYMOND MRS. OEUA WOOIF Dtl. TURIN Mn. Poulin Jutiar................ 738.4394 Contact these people for your District Newi or Claitified Advertising LEND A HAND Brownies of t'ne 1st Tober Pac'-: ore 100 percenl behind the Helping Handful of Barky Fund. They're helping the Unitarian Service Committee end the Lelhbridge Herald 2'v carloads of barley to hungry Korean children. From left, Janine Thibodecu, Dawn Kandas, Pamela Martens, Shelly Engleson, Laurie Hor- valh, Jean Susan Vekory end Mary-Ellen Bradley. The goal is Let's all follow the mcfto: Lend a Hand. Send a dime to the Helping Hand Fund, Lethbridge Herald. Send your pennies. Tr.e dollars will care of themselves. Ross Gibb PnOTO More district 011 page 16 WINS GOLDEN HAND BADGE Joon of tr.t lit Tcber Peck the 'nigh- esT honc-r in the Hcnd Bodge. Hcrriilton is ihe presentation. Jean is the daughter of end Mccr.ocek of A MERRY CHRISTMAS A HAPPY NEW YEAR "t TO All Or OUR PELAT1VES AND FRIENDS ItJ THE COrJSTlTUENCY from ANN and DOUGLAS MILLER, MLA TABER, ALBERTA Just Arrived'. To Set a Man Apart WARREN K. COOK'S TRADE WINDS COLLECTION The only way to go on that winter holiday cruise V-'c'ren Y., ffiakes their enrronce ir-to tne wear field the presentc'icn of an exerting co-ec- Tiopp of unique ord colorful and slcc-Vs. All fcbrics hsve been Reeled from many d.Herent coun- Iries around the to produce this most outstanding collection. Frcm Itafy: Torino Kr-fs It2Hen From Scottish Also Jusf Received! A fine selection of SHORT SLEEVE KNIT SHIRTS by and HARDIE AMIES Be a BLACK'S MAN! Black's ON FOURTH AVENUE ;