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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI ItTHMIOCI HHAID ApiH II, Twin Butte OUtime Dance Set BROCKET (HNS) The Napi Friendship Association is sponsoring an Oldtime Dance. Music will be supplied by Phil ind Jackie Lethbridge. Later'to during the dance there will be Indian .Pow- Wow. Everyone is welcome. It win be held at the Twin Bulle Hall. WILL Mar- lon G. Romney, a Member of the CouKil o( 1! et lae LDS Church. Trill speak at tie Al- berta Stake (diocese) CttStr- ence Saturday and Sunday, April 25 ud tt, ii Cardstn. Mr. Romney, former at- torney and pablic ft- Ifcial In Salt Lake City, has served on the Ctarch's pre- siding council for the past 14 yean. For ytirs prior his present position, lie ser- red as assistant to Ike council of 12. He is head of the LDS nellare program. His other duties include supervi- sion of missionary work La France, Belgium, the Nether- lands Sooth Africa. The conference session Kill be held Sunday at U a.m. ia the Stake Ccilvt. Stake President Roy B. Spaceman of Card- Eton says visitors are wel- come. Miss Craig Attends Parley Spot Sicans At Brocket BROCKET (HNS) Spring has settled in southern Alberta. Every morning and evening Peigan residents could see a flock of while swans on UK take near Tom Yelloir Horn's place. United Church Film Showing Scheduled COALDALE (HNS) The film That An May Be One will be shown in the Coaldale Uni- ted Church at p.m. Sunday, April 19. This film presents the work of the church in the 20th Century. There will also be special music. The public is eordiaDy in- vited to attend. Wilderness Area Supported Tom Plant Heads Club CIRCULAR SE8VICE CENTRE A recreation board member inspects construction in the curling club lounge at the Taber community centre. The lounge, with ils circular counter, will double in winter months aj headquarters for the local curling club. Here board member Mn. Nancy Platt looks on as workmen behind counter study Gibb Photo. FORT JIACLEOD (HNS) Miss Linda Craig of Fort Ma- cleod, past honorable queen of Bethel 3, and past honorable queen of the Grand Bethel of Alberta, was in Edmonton re- cently attending the grand council of Alberta and the Sgf. Thompson: Add Another Evil To Society' Chilliwack By STEVE BAREHAM Herald News Service FORT MACLEOD-Sgl. R. R. Thompson, general investiga- tions branch of the RtW, spoke on drugs at .the Fort Macleod Catholic Women's League annual banquet here. Sgt. Thompson's taut was spe- rifieaBy about marijuana, hash- ish and LSD and effects on youths. "Many young people take drugs because of problems at home and because tbey have no one to understand and com- municate with. The drugs seem escape and time movement to a hide-out or pad. unusual amount of time spend hanging out artund some out of 'the way place. in hallways or places frequented by known addicts. amounts of time spent in locked bathrooms. persistent inability to bold a jofa or stay in school. total rejection of old friends and a sudden attraction to new companions. of jargon such as: pot, grass, speed, benies, downs, goofbans- "Actual dress and appear- ance may also be an indication that drugs are present, said Sgt Thompson, as drug-users tent to let themselves get dirty ant dress shabbily. A serce.of sell pride seems to be lost." "Another sign of possible drug usage.sire small pieces of siver'-paper in clothing, empty pen bottoms and possession cigarette papers by persons who don't smoke. "One of the big problems in the drug question is that o publicity. The trend seems ID be in publicizing statements used drugs and noth- ing has happened to me, or no one has proved that drugs are harmiul.' Not many of the sto- ries telling of the problems en vniered by people reach the udia. 'Surveys show that a notice- 's percentage of people on marijuana end up on roin, and the percentage of people recovering from heroin diction is very small. 'There is also as increase in imes of other1 types, theft us- lly as considerable money is needed to keep a steady supply drugs. "In order to obtain drugs, ne must go through a pusher, TO may be anyone and not ust someone looking Lie he be- ongs in the hippie elenienL Trugs usually come from ocean ports first, lik'e Vancouver, possibly to Calgary or Ed- lonton and then to Lelhbridge x distribution to smaller owns." "We should take a hard look legalization of drugs, To Show Slides COUTTS Coutts United Church is sponsoring A. CroUau who will be showing slides of points of interest taken on his world tour of Pogo Pogo New Zealand, Hong Kong, Aus- tralia, Singapore, Thailand India, Greece, Spain and Enf land. All are welcome to come I the Coutts Civic Centre Frida1 April 17, at. p.m. for this evening of enterUinment Cooking Taught COALDALE (HNS) Ttl pot West Cooking School he in the Coaldale Communi Hall recently -was sponsored 1 the Lakpview Meanonile ren Church Ladies Fellowshi Many helpful cooking hin were shown and prizes of coo books were awarded. An txtra "pay OOT" rural Alberlom with your own organiicrtlon, United Farmera of Alberto, paying out In CASH REBATES AND PATRONAGE DIVIDENDS In Irra pait 17 In and celebrate fum your "pay doy" into Still Mars- Savingil FARM SUPPLY CENTRE 3131 2nd Ncrth -Terrs' Bland Plwta KAIKER RESOURCES- Thii new coal prepinUm ilant Is capable on, Calgary office, showed 1ms at the annual water users meeting of the SC Mary River Irrigation Dsitrki. The open concrete onah and concrete pipe ir- rigation systems were filmed in Wyoming and California. Ml-. Scott is also writing on the pikt project of the St. Mary River Irrigation DMrict wnjeb planning and ttudyiac Jo- ward a rehabOrfarinn prnfftn 'or the fufaze using the concrete ype of trrigabm systems. The films showed m detail low the open canals wen pre- Abo shown vera how were installed sod ttmrtrA. Both ill wind a work by the nadanei asd, hand labor. In the end both sys- tems were found to be SB im- provement over the earth trri- sjatioB waterwaya. >ere are' problems, that .may. V encountered that ire don't even biow about yet. Why add yet another evil to BROCKET (HNS) Doring the Eater holidays ta Indian Paw-Wow was held at the Pei- gan. CoBmmniry Hafl. People from' Gteicben, Blood and Browning, Moot, at- tended. I Older people mentioned they sponsored this dance so those people who like to keep up the Indian culture enjoy themselves. They did not have tins dance so that those people who haven't been taught the right use of alcohol could come in and spoil the .dance, said one citizen in charge. Vole Friday Borrowing For Schools NATAL, B.C. (HNS) P. PulBngcr, district super- visor of schools last week re- terated fears o( school board chairman Jack Pidgeon that de- eat of Ihe forthcoming school tuildingj program borrowing referendum will mean shift classes. While Ihe board will do all ii its power to expedite con- struction, it is quite probable that some classes will be on shift in Femie and Sparwood DeKl September." The dale of the referendum far School District No. 1 (Fer- nie) is Friday, April and only ownef-electors are entitled to cast ballots. With the district assessment figures still unknown, the school board is unable'tg tell owner electors what the referendum will mean in actual tax dollars but using past experience as a guide, H estimates that costs (o a owner of a home assessed a win be Farewell Party TURIN (HNS) A fareweu party for the Art family will be held at p.m. Satur- day, April 11, in the Turin School auditorium. They have firmed in this area for more than 33 years. Mr. and Mrs. Goode now re- side at Picture Butte. Iff For Tno Form or CcmnMrcial Bulhfingi Curling Knla Anno Roof TmtM and laminated Brami For FREE ESTIMAHS Phono or Write P.O. Box 113, IETHBRIDOE, ALURTA Constable lee Moves BOW ISLAND Const. Chris Lee, stationed with the RCMP in Bow Island the past seven months, was transferred to Picture EuUe recently. STAVELY LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO REGULAR CATTLE CHRISTIE LIVESTOCK LTD. Phone 358-7642 LETHBRIDGE or J2I-3777 STAVELY AUCTIONKI. HIM CHRISJIt 1IC. NO. 731 Now Underway PAY DAY PARTY An extra 'Toy Day" for rural with your own or- ganization, .Unittd Farrrwra of Alberta, paying out in cath and patronage in the pott 17 in and celebrate turn your "pay day" cash into itill such at and many more: H.P. MR COMPRESSOR Only. DIAMOND 60 LI. HARROWS Only 3Vzx8 HYMAULIC CYLINDER With Depth Cvntrel LMCOIN 180 AMP WELDER CULTIVATOR SWEEPS ASPHALT SHINGLES pvfi bfll> MANY MORE UNADVERTISED SPECIALS UNITED FARMERS OF ALBERT A 3131 2nd AVI. N. Uthbridga ;