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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Juciday, Moy 23, 1972 THE IETKBRIDGC HCRAID K.J II ?m THANK-YOU TO A POLICEMAN? Cily police detective Frank Korlh reads some flowery words of thanks from homeroom 1 1 9 of the Grade 3 class of Gilbert Palerson School. The cord resulted from a visil mad e by the class 1o the police station. Cily police remind the public group tours of Ih e police station may he arranged al ony lime during the year. Canada cheap Canadian aid lo rlcvclqi i n c countries amounts lo S-infi mil- lion a vcar. However, il is still below the United Nations re- j puircmenl of one per cent of the i An MormMm wmce National Product as aid J 0 r young transicnls re to tlio devclojjiug world. I ing community services WHEEL BALANCE I activities J.s hemp by I two LcHibridfrc vrailhs. George Shaw and Rnjku Douik. This prop-am is another of several for Youlh projects in the Lelhhridae area: Ihis one providing em- ployment for five slitrlcnls. The nlEin pvirpose ef M'o iirn- prnni is to proiide youili information, says Not all nrraneemenls heen made, tic said. 1ml llic group would like to give out informa- lion on social agencies in (he eily such as the sheriff's office, a place for (he needy people to go for free Icpal ii-.H. the vn clinic a 11 ri I lie Health clinic. The group will also be out information about commun- ity activities, sucli as the com- munity summer program. George said the group would also like lo be abl? to sc'i up one or two day jobs for trans- ient youths lo work a( a? they travel, hut he said arrnnrn- mentf on this slil! have lo be made. Information to and frnm OFY groups with the community Is also an aim of this program. Arrangements are being made lo have this done in the form of a weeklv newsletter to be post- ed on bulletin boards Inrough- otil the eily. in the youth lios- Ic! and in the tourisl convention centres. The group also plans to be meeting with the Department nl Youth personnel ill Leth- with Redeye, a Nation- al Health and Welfare project by U ot L stu- dents and of her agencies in town, so they can relay inlor- njalioii to (he public. George said the crnmeut prant has not ye; heen re- ceived, bill the group plans to get the project into operation j as soon ns possible. I Continuous Clean Oven erf of 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 liyht. Porcelain smokeless broiler pan, Brougham" handle, JCRMC32 White s-. dours Avocado, Harvest Gold Si 0.00 extra, 13cu.ft No-Frost Freezer Section Features: 115 Ibs. of frozen food, Two ejecio-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 adjustable 10 position shelves, Three in-the-door shelves, 'Brougham" handles, Optional wheel kits. KNS213 White Colours Avocado, Harvest Gold, Copper. extra. p- Tues. Wed., 3 to p.m. Fri., 8 to 9 p.m. Sat. 8 p.m. You Can't miss miss it If you miss missed it If it Rains let It pour The truck is right beside our door HOW M Till SI. IIHHiKWL Coi'nor 3rd Avn. and Oth 51. S. Phono Dulch journalist, here ihis -week Honk do Ridtior. n Dutch slaff jnunialist for iht1 Jlaa.c- sche Courant. will visil U'th- lRi- from ID JJ. Wliile here lu1 hi1 in conlar! with Krank Smilh. Sonlhei'ii AlluM-la Tourist and Cniui'iilion Associ- ation manager. The purpo.-c nf Mr. de Hid- (ler's Visit to is fO olv tain fir.-.l.h.ilid kr.imlnlgi1 "f areas lo hr ard In gain- er I c i series of articles lo appear in the travel seclion of I he llaagsche ('ouriiiil The object o( Ihe Albi'rl.i >cc- tion of the visil is lo lui'lher the gri'.'il interest bring iiiM'.ii- aled among Icrii afii'rs anil adiihs in Ibo flude ranch ar-pet Is ol Mta'iK'i n Alhorla. as .is develop, inenl nf lour rain vacations. Two Phone 328-6964 13 St. N, lethbridge, Coaidale, Phone 328-2235 LLOSLiD 5HDAV 1st. IN ALBERTA TO SPECIALIZE IN COLOR TV ;