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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ___________ __ Tuesday, Mey 23, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD i v f Vii ft f'? i I i i to! THANK-YOU TO A POLICEMAN? City police detective Frank Korth reads some flowery tonfcoflhank, from homeroom 1 19 of ,he Grode 3 class of Gilbert Patersor, S The card -suited from o visit mod e by the closs ,o the police C.ty police Mind the public group tour, of .h e police station moy be crronged at ony time during ihc year. ___ ......._________ Canada cheap Canadian aid to develop i n g i countries amounts to S4DO mil- lion a year. However, it is still: below tho United Nations re- j quircment of one per cent of the An jnformation service for Gross National Product as aid J f 0 r young transients regard- to the developing world, ling community SERVICE I" front Ni njsinii cii p-r JV V I ro ore nd nr h kc t c Tt ch nrd on v aip WHEEL BALANCE 1O-POINTRRAKE O ddivilies is heing h two Lethbridge youths. Geoifjt 5haw and Rajko Dodiic. This program is another of several Opportunities for Youth projects in the Letlibridge area: this one providing cm ploymcnt for live students The main purpose of I be mo- gram is to provide youth with information, says George. all arrangements have been made he'said, hut Ihc group would like to give out inforim lion on social agencies in Ihe uty such as the sheriffs office a place for the needy peopli to go for free legal the clinic and the Lclhbndee Health clinic. The group will also be giving out information about commun- itv activities, such as the com- munity summer program. George said the group would also like to be able to set up one or two day jobs for trans tent youths lo work at as travel, but he said arranre ments on this still have to he made. Information to and from groups with the communitv also an aim of this progi im Arrangements are being m irk lo have this done in the form of a weekly newsietter to be post- ed on bulletin boards through- out the city, in the youth hos- tel and in the tourist convention centres. The group also plans to be meeting with the Department of Youth personnel in Leth- hridge. with Redeye, a Nation- al Health and Welfare protect organized by two U of L stu- dents and other agencies in town, so they can relay inlor i mation to the public. George said Ihc government grant has not yet been ccived. but the group plans to get the project into operation as soon as possible. Continuous Clean Oven Continuous-Clean 30 Electric Range The oven that cleans as you cook This range comes complete with continuous clean oven panels (a special miracle preparation which is designed to keep the oven presentably clean Super Value Features: Large no-fog picture window, Glamorous control panel, Surface light. Porcelain smokeless broiler pan, 'Brougham' handle. XRMC32 Whits Colours Avocado, Harvest Gold extra, 13cu.ft Mo-Frost Freezer Section Features: 115 Ibs. of frozen food, Two ejecto-flex ice cube trays, Handy in-door juice can rack. Fresh Food Section Features: 9.7 cu. ft. capacity, Two slide-out porcelain vegetable crispers, Butter and cheese compartments. Two adjustabla 10 position shelves, Three in-the-door shelves. Brougham" handles, Optional wheel kits. KNS213 White Colours Avocado, Harvest Gold, Copper. S 10.00 extra. Tues. Wed., 8 to I 8 to 9 p Sat. 8 to p.m p.m. m. You Can't miss it-Don't miss it If you miss missed it If it Rains let It pour The truck is right beside our door HOW At IKI Hi: HK'NL Corner 3rd Avo. and Bill St. S. Phono 327-83'IB Dutch journalist here this -week Henfc do Ridricr. a Dutch staff journalist for the Haag- schc Couranl. will visit Loth- bridge from Ma> :v: lo 2.1. While here he will he in contact with Frank Smith, Southern Alherla j j Tourist and Convention Assoei- ation manager. The pin pi e of Mr. de Did- der's visit In Canada is to nlv I nil (11 I h Hid knowledge "f areas lo he and In gath- er research materials (or a eries of articles to appear in the weekly travel section of Ihe Haagsehe Couraiil The object of the see- tion of the visit is to tiu'lher the great interest In'ing gi'nt r- ilted among Netherlands Icru- agers and young adults in tho dude ranch aspecls nt soa'lu'in Alborla, .is well as dou'lnp- monl o( package lour ranching vacations. c'f vfcSSV Tw9 Locations: 236-13 St. H, Phone 328-6964 Phone 328-2235 Smith Gerard Contod Mikn ploitoll Plcttell CLOStD 1st. IN ALBERTA TO SPECIALIZE IN COLOR TV ;