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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IEIHBRIDGE HERALD _ Wccfneiday, Moy 17, 1972 "I, Do your appliances only when they want to? TRADE-BN your old ones for 'life-long" Proctor appliances ot Eaton's! It's easy! You get a 5.CO trade-in allowance when you bring your old electrical kstile, toci'slar, iron or percclalor to and trade it for one of these Proctor "Li.'c-lcng" appliances! All frade-ins become the properly of Eaton's. "Li'o-long" Proctor appliances are so easy-to-care for. They're made of replace- pcr.-ls means you can replace any worn part yourself. Just imagine r.o r.irro waiiirg for no more cosily repair bills. Procior "Life-long" crs SD durable you may never have a repair bill again! LIFE-LONG TOASTER features exclusive pastry selec- lor automatically heals frozen and non-frozen Preheats least cliangir.g ils colcr. Tcasts Iwj slices. With 5.CO Irade in. SPECIAL LiFE-LONG PERCOLATOR is Clear g'css pcrc makes frcm I'.va lo ciovcn cups cf Ics y csffes. Adjustable f.'avcjr Icfs (he strength cf caf'ce ycu l.lo. With 5.00 trade-in. SPECIAL LIFE-LONG KETTLE with ils exclusive removable lid for ra'.y cl con ing! Slninlcss slocl base. Safely spout and au'lomalic shul-off prcvcnls kettle from belling dry. With 5.00 trade-in. fa i6SO SPECIAL.................... OO LIFE-LONG IRON with pus I roll Tomp 'O Guir.'o for I'mrp. Snr-lliru In Wilh irado-in. 5PCCIAL ullon fiprciy '.Icnm con- in-L'c; temperature set- rind cord. EATON Smcill Srcontl Floor SHOP EATON'S THURbJAY AND FRIDAY FROM 9 'TIL 9 BUY L'N? USE YOUR EATON BUDGET CriASG By JOK HA Herald Stiilf Wiilcr '1 The so-called de- velopment decade o[ tlie sixties lias Ijoon a total failure, Claude Baiidouin, vice president of the Canartian Tnlcrnatinnal De- velopment Agency said here. Addressing 130 delegates to the Canadian Save the Children Fund annual meeting and sem- inar, the tomer Canadian am- bEssador lo Lie Democratic re- puhlic of the Congo said, "we have been exporting technology to create expectations in the Third World that could never be Mr. Baudouin said. lie said unc'inploymcnl and under employment arc the innjor problem in tbe oiiing countries tcday. The In- IcmiilicLHl tion lias cKlimalcd IhaL I1M mil- lion new jobs should lie created by to meet the world em- ployment demand. H r. Uando'jii; the president of Senegal as saying people in the poor countries, "driven to despair, have noth- ing to lose since they have nothing to hope for." Helping pool' countries Lo be'.'.cr cf ultimately helps peace and sla- bilily in Ihe v.-'jri'.l. Anotbcr problem the world faces, he said Is the unequal d i s t r i b uLion of resources. "One-lbiril of the wovlii's pop- nlalion controlLS between 115 and sn per cent of the world's Gross National he said. Thanks to the "green revolu- tion" Mr. Baudouin said sonic predictions of famine in the developing nations have not come true. He cited the exam- ple of the miracle rice, devel- oped by the Inlenialional Hice Institute in the Philippines, as generating more food produc- tion in the Third World. But be warned, "The green revolution has removed the temp- BANFF The climate of pmvlj import ii Canada and voluntary agen- cies are rinding it more diffi- cult to raise money, president 0. K. Sclienk, of the Canadian Save The Children Fund said Monday. is kar< In his report to the annual its work in the poor countries, meeting, Mr. Schcak said Cana-1 has tlie difficulty of educating dians want proof of wiiy they tlie public that helping the un- shoukl support a particular agency. "They want In Fee the re- sults of our he said. Cansave, which concentrates Elmer Ferguson elcrted as local CMA chairman Elmer Ferguson, director of j cent of nil jobt: in Canada, lie marketing for Prebuilt Indus-1 said. stale that tries, lias been elected chair- j each job in jnainifaclnrinri pro- man of Hie LcUibridge branch cliicos two add'iliciKd jobs man, O.K. Scbenk of Toronto of the Canadian Manufactur- scn'ice enterprises for a total serving as president, and Mar- del-privileged children of other countries is an important, nec- cs.-.ary task, Mr. Schenk said. He said flic theme of this year's seminar, perspective on International Development, re- flects Cansave's "new maturi- ty and reality." "Collectively the h urn a n race must make this planet the good earth, "because we have no Uher place to go." Most of Ihe national execu- tives were rcappoirted fur the new year, with Cairlne Wilson cf Ottawa continuing as chair- food problem only orarily." Technological auvanwmcni, he said, has been wrongly viewed as mainly a labor-sav- ing process. lie suggested lhat to meet the real needs of the dcvelop- I ing countries, Canadian nid should combine the provision of technology and the require- ments of intensive labor to help solve the unemployment situa- tion. Another trend he said, "is that while prices of raw mater- ials are declining, the prices for finished products are in- creasing." "Uunfortunatcly, the Tlirid World exports the former, and imports the w h 1 c h tends to widen, rather than narrow, the gap in resources distribution. Affluent nations, such ns Canada, have something In learn from the materially-poor nations, he said, including the "traditional family slructurc of love" which he found more abundant in Africa than in Canada. He said human beings have two sels of values the mat- eralialislic one, and the intel- lectual and spiritual one ers' Association for the 1972-7-1 term. of 75 per cent of all in j ilyn Miller of Calgary remain- Canada lhat can be allribulcd inn as one of the four vice- presidents. CAKSAVE raised including lllc Ross Held, manager of Can-1 lo ada Packers in Lelhbridgc, I ''chip the was elected vice-chairman and healthy prowth compcli William Domcier of S u m m i t! position ot the country's from its Alberta division. The industry in bulb domestic and bulk of the money foreign nuirke's luis Lo iic raised in Ontario. 1 The next annual meeting will be held in Guelph, Out. Lime Works was named honor- ary secretary. Among those named to lira committee of the Al- berta division of the CMA, for 1972-73 were: Mr Ferguson, Jack Lakie of Sicks1 Leth- bridge Brewery and R. D. Roso of Summit Lime Works. The CMA is fiie eyes, ears and voice of the Canadian manufacturing industry, said Mr. Ferguson. Its member companies account for more than 75 per cent of Canada's manufacturing p r o d u c 11 on, making the association the ac- knowledged spokesman for the country's largest single wealth industry. Manufacturing and proces- sing directly account for 25 per said Mr. Ferguson. Permits issued City hall issued two building permits Monday for construc- tion totalling Gulf Oil Canada Ltd. took out a permit lo I mi hi a ser- vice station ar.d bulk plant at 3316 1st Avc. S. Enerson Motors was issued a permit lo rebuild the roof on its .service garage at OJ3 2nd Avc. N. The roof caved in during the March 25 weekend snowstorm. ELMER FERGUSON 'convention Thn first annual convention of (lie Alberta Clinrnl Directors' Association ha he-Id Oct. :IO j and 21 at Llic University of Lcthbridgc, it was deckled by repre-siiiUiUivL's ;il tin- second held in Red Deer. The association was formed January and now has a membership of almost Any directors of choral Rroups ify for nu'mburship, wlicllier church, cummunUy, e'omwv tary or hicli school oriented. Garth of Kdmon- (on is convention chairman, with persons cniulurlinf; the clinics (o lie announced a I. a later dale. The association will use several I.clhbridfie choirs in their clinics. The Choral Directors Associ- ation liupcs lit conlinue lo in- crease ils membership before (lie. cnnu'nlion. Anynnc intcr- cslctl may mnljicl Anne f.'amp- bcll, reprc.scnlalivc, al NAMIC PAY Tlio. nly n( was named afler Ii e I h presidrnl of t h c Northwest Coal and Navigation Company, on Oct. 16, 1085. J Viking Ms-w ond Demonstrator Models! 3 cnly! Viking automatic, built-in buttonholer, 20 drop-in cams. Portablo. SPECIAL, each 2 cn'.y! Viking nutomcilic, 3 needle posilion, buill-in button- holer, dcccrtilivo ulilchcs. Poi lable. SPECIAL, each 3 only! Viking 7.ig-Zag, 20 decorative cams. 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