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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, 18. THE LETH8PIOGE HtPALO 17 Human Beings Korea We are seeking helpers. We need help, we must have help, we beg you to help us help the hungry little children in Korea. We have the will to succeed in this Christmas campaign. We must not fail. We ask that you join hands with The Lethbridge Herald and the Unitarian Service Committee of Can- ada in the fight on hunger, poverty, illness and des- pair afflicting little children throughout the world. Are there compassionate people in south- ern Alberta? Of course there are and thousands more! But this Christmas campaign will fail if you fail us. How can we tell hungry children there is nothing we can do when can do so much, so easily? Let's get the job done. We want southern Albertans to join hands and crack the whip on hunger in Korea. i We desperately urge you to send us your pennies, your prayers and your dollars. We can't turn our backs on these suffering little children. i Their fate, in a sense, is our fate too. When they die, the world is diminished and we are less for !os- i ing them. Pause, fora moment, and reflect. Is the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights, fought for so bravely by Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, just so much I printed ink on pretty paper? Is Dr. Lotto Hitschrnanova just another name among thousands in our news columns? Or does their work require our backing? 12 DAYS RATION Gr.r. USC Fr.o-', p.-o- vtdcs 12 r.-j-ky ritlon for a child c-r ud'j't rocorr.- by Ir.o USC Worker in Seoul, Korea. V.'c humbly submit this is one world, one human family, one fight for compassion among all peoples. So let's do our part, in our small corrr--. A Helping Handful comes to the Le'hbridge Herald from Heather Ler.- cur ha v, n.fci. _. _; this money to my friends in Korea. I am 11 years old." That's a wonderful gift. Miss Len- cucha. and we really appreciate your sacrifice. It will buy barley for 120 days for a Korean child. Thank you EO much. 7'nanks to all our friends who are joining hands to push us toward our objective 2'z carloads of barley for Korean children. .'.Irs. Paul flngehorg.i Ciesla of Lethbridge asks [he Lord to bless this work and says: "My heart aches to think of all people that are starving. There j.; so much miser.' :n the whole and people here to not appre- ciate what they have and so much food i.s It's wonderful of you to write, Mrs. Ciesla. Christmas comes, we know you'll understand its true mean- ing. Notes come from "A Swede-Ca- nuck." "Just a little something from someone v.ho cares." "the Helping Hand fund, A. Armstrong, Pincher and so many more. Thank you for the beautiful cards and letters. Thank you, Mrs. Betty Gould, trea- surer of St. Andrew's United Church V.'omen, for the wonderful gift. You say, "V.'e sincerely hope you w.ll jneot your objective to feed tnese chil- dren." John and Peggy Lloyd of Blairmore send season's greetings and enough money to feed a Korean child barley for two months. They, loo, offer sin- cere best wishes The Herald will suc- ceed in this year's drive. From Pincher Creek comes a kind note from S. J. Wacher and ths v.ords: "Accept my small token to Help the Kids." Lorraine, Linda and Lloyd Dunn of. Calgary sent a lovely card wr.h a Painted Redstart bird and a nice {or the V.'e can do it and we will do it! Address your gifts to Helping Hand, I.tthbridgeHerald. Lethbridge, Alber- ta. Or come to the counter. Your gift is aiding children in 100 USC projects, children's homes, health units, day nurseries, vocaticnf.1 training centres, family planning and social service centres. The USC retains the word "Uni- tarian" in its title for historic rea- sons. The organization has been non- denominational for more than a quar- ter of a century. South Albertans must lead Korean children to self-he'p and self- reliance. We need 15.000 compassionate peo- ple. Please help. UK. JiJTSCH.MAMlVA ;