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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 TM \z r �mn if ' Heads CWL FORT MACLEOD (HNS) -Mrs. Joseph (Beatrice) Donahue was elected president of the Catholic Women's League at its annual meeting. Vice - president is Mrs. Dennis (Elaine) Erick. Mrs. Frank Sleekier is second vice-president. Sgt. R. R. Thompson of the general investigation branch of the RCMP spoke on drugs, specifically about the effect of marijuana, hashish and LSD on youth. Concerts Set TABER (HNS) - May 6 has been announced for the W. R. Myers High School formal spring concert at the high school Auditorium. May 15 and 16 will see the A band perforin at the International Band Festival at Moose Jaw. The rodeo parade Monday, May 18, will feature five bands Iverson Plans Band Day TABER (HNS) - Plans are being drawn up by W. R. Myers High School bandmaster N. Milton Iverson for a band day. The event will take place in the Taber Confederation Park. It will involve 11 bands in the Taber school division as well as Taber's German Band. The evening program will see a mass band of more than 500 players in an unprecedented performance in Taber. Date will be announced. from the school division for the enjoyment of thousands who gather for the 11 a.m. event. Visit Parents PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) - Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Norlin and family of Kitchner, Ont., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffarth of Picture Butte. Mrs. Norlin is their daughter. Also visiting was Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vassuer and family of Three Hills and Roy Harty of Bow Island. Maintain Board COALDALE (HNS) - The Coaldaie parks and recreation TRAVEL TRAILERS TO CHOOSE FROM Twenty-eight footers down to the light-weight, ,easy-tc-pull twelve footer. The 1970 models with their clean-cut lines and smooth road performance are beautifully styled inside with natural wood grain panelling and colored arborite. Every model designed to provide the maximum in comfort and convenience. Before you buy, look at a Haico Trailer ... you'll be miles ahead. MOTOR HOMES A deluxe home on wheels, with every modern convenience. The same fine workmanship and carefully planned decor you would expect in your own home ... only this one goes wherever you want to travel. Mail this coupon for free brochures. Indicate your preference iHHi Featherstone Top Director COALDALE (HNS) - Four plays- were presented at the Kate Andrews High School recently. Ali, the Cobbler, directed by Frank Featherstone, was staged. It also competed in the recent Southwestern Alberta High School Drama Festival, taking many of the awards. The play was chosen to compete in the provincial finals at Red Der May 1 and 2. board will continue to exist despite its recommendation to town council recently that it would better serve as a liaison or advisory committee to the south ern regional recreation board. Council turned t h u m bs down on the recommendation. Seek Employee COALDALE (HNS) - Coal-dale town council agreed to invite applications for a permanent employee for the water and sewer and public works departments. Applications for the position j, will close April 24. Okay Permits COALDALE (HNS) - Three building applications in March were approved authorizing $70,-000 in construction. Permits issued were for two homes to cost $50,000 and one home renovation to cost $20,-'"DOO. Frugal Living Urged By LDS President Whist Party - A the NOBLEFORD (Special) whist party was held in Keho School recently with the top scorers being Rose Todd, Doreen Spencer, George OMta and Harley Brady. Franz Koci Shows Work At Kimono Galleries KIMBERLEY (SpeciaD-The Kimono Barbers and Galleries announces its first one-man show, featuring Franz Josef Koci, painter and sculptor from Blairmore. Mr. Koci studied art at the Institute of Technology and Art in Calgary. After graduating he worked for a short time commercially, but soon worked as a free-lance fine artist. In 1959, when still a student, he built the crows in the the trees on either end of the town of Blairmore. In 1962 Mr. Koci was commissioned to design and build a goose 30 feet high at Wawa, Ont. Two years later Mr. Koci painted a mural in the town of Wawa depicting the local flora and fauna. Since then, he has worked on sculptures such as moose, buffalo and deer. Mr. Koci entered his work in many public exhibitions throughout the country. For the last number of years, he taught art in the Crowsnest Pass where he also operates an art studio. The exhibition commences April 21. By DELIA B. VVOOLF Herald News Service RAYMOND - LDS Church auxiliaries were organized to assist parents to teach their children "t h e ways of the Lord." The full responsibility of teaching the children is that of the parents, President Fay H. Walker of the Taylor Stake of the LDS Church told 1,847 people attending the April conference of the stake. It was a youth conference. During the. two-day sessions leader ship instructions were given to those who direct the young people of the stake. Special music was rendered at-the Sunday general session by the singing mothers of the Stake directed by Jean Keeler with Afton Keeler piano accompanist and Katherine Keeler organ accompanist. Mr1. Walter presided at all sessions as there was no general authority representing the head office of the church from Salt Lake City, Utah. In his address Mr. Walker ad- vised members to "lay aside for a rainy day both food and money. Do not be afraid to say to your associates and friends I do not have the means to buy all that I would like to have for myself or family." He stressed the need for parents to learn the true value of the needs for the family and to Nieboers Return IRON SPRINGS (HNS) -Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Nieboer returned home recently after spending three weeks in Japan where they attended Expo '70. They were met in Kyoto by their daughter Miss Joyce Nieboer and Miss Karen Hoxeng, of Moorehead, *Minn., who were en route home from Australia Mr. and Mrs. Nieboer left a few days ago for Gr"and Rapids, Mich., where they will visit with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Nieboer, and with their daughter, Miss Elvina Nieboer. They were accompanied by their daughter, Miss Joyce Nieboer, also by Miss Karen Hoxeng, who is returning to her home. FOR SALE FIRE DAMAGE 1961 - 45 PASSENGER DIESEL TRANSIT BUS CANADIAN CAR-BRILL Stored at Marshall Auto Wreckers, Lethbridge Direct offers or inquiries to Western Union Insurance 640 8th Ave. S.W., Calgary 2 Phone 269-7961 File 42343 MA.P. -Saturday, April 18, 1970 - THE LETHBRJJDGE HER AID - 9 Honor Rentiers NOBLEFORD (Special) - A reception, honoring recently-married Mr. and Mrs. Karl Renner, was held at the Keho School recently. A large number of friends from many southern Alberta points were present to wish the couple well. An evening of dancing was enjoyed. live lives that are examples to their children and the world. Bishop George Bonne of the Raymond Second Ward spoke on the value of setting a good example in all things. President Walker announced the Stake Seminary graduation will be held May 22 at the Stake Chapel here. COALDALE NU-MODE HOMES LTD. have land available in the Town of Coaldaie. They offer you the opportunity of owning your home for as little as $950 DOWN and $125 PER MONTH INCLUDING TAXES Phone 327-1130 or 328-8011 For further information NU-MODE REALTY BLANCHE DAVIDSON 328-2965 ALBERT STUCKART 327-4036, FRANK GEMMEL 327-1970 AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO MEMBERS OF CENTRAL ALBERTA DAIRY POOL  Your Board of Directors has declared a final payment of 4^/lb. Butter-fat on milk and cream for 1969.  Final payment on 1969 deliveries of honey was set at 25?! per hundredweight.  Cash payments to members *in 1969 amounted to $182,263.41. Cash Payments are made to persons eligible under the following classifications. Please note that "Documents Required" must be forwarded to Head Office, CentralAlberta Dairy Pool, Box #550, Red Deer, Alta. CLASSIFICATIONS DOCUMENTS REQUIRED (a) A deceased member. (b) A member who by reason of health has had to retire from active farming. (c) A member who has reached the age of '56 years and, for one full year, has ceased to produce the products handled by this organization, (d) A member who has reached the age of 65 years and is still actively farming. (e) A member completely out of farming in our production area for the past 3 years. (f) A member who previous to 1965 shipped poultry only. (g) A member who shipped only to our former Edberg branch. ' (h) Collective groups (such as incorporated companies, colonies, etc.) No payment will be made until the collective group has been a member for 10 years. After 10 years, payment is on a percentage basis Passbook; Copy of probated will; Estate Tax release (Form ET90) for amounts over $500.00. Passbook; Statement from member's doctor verifying the member retired from farming for health reasons. Passbook; Official proof of age (Birth certificate, baptismal certificate or other official document). Passbook; Official proof of age (Birth certificate, baptismal certificate or other official document). Passbook; A Statutory Declaration (obtainable from Red Deer office). Passbook; A Statutory Declaration (obtainable from Red Deer office). Passbook. Passbook. CENTRAL ALBERTA DAIRY POOL  RED DEER, ALTA. r MANUFACTURING LTD. Lethbridge, Alberta Name--------- City....................... Province____..... 1 am interested in-more Information on ... ?'Trailers ? Campers ? Motor Homes LB-2 I V I'! TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Located at General Farrn Supplies "Courts Highway Phone 327-3165 We Declare APRIL 19th TO APRIL 25th FOSTER PARENTS' WEEK IN ALRERTA! pEcir Mom aw vav My bRotHEr aw i kmow You aren't our r�0-L mom anp Pap but whea our Mom was away anv we Stcc/ep ctt your house * we few- Like your reaL KiP$. "rt was fun. Y/e still-hame 1hoSE m'H4$ you Mode us awp PdNMy plqy> piioT wiTh -Hie AiirplaME you build hiM out OF W00P. BYE artD thdNK You drip We TttiuK ciBOUt you a lot. LuV KcitHy" PARENTS FOR AWHILE. . . Who are they? . . . your neighbours, your friends, a business associate ... the family doctor? Could they be you? * The Honorable Ray Speaker, Alberta Minister of Social Development says, "Just to make it official, I, too, declare the week of April 19th to April 25th Foster Parents' Week in Alberta. You are invited to join me and members of the Department of Social Development and the Foster Care Association in honoring Alberta's foster parents. We extend our deepest thanks to every one of them for the invaluable service they are providing to their communities and to mankind." ;