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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Roundup of District News Frugal Living Urged By IDS President By DELIA WOOLP HmU Newt Heads CWL FORT MACLEOD Joseph Beatrice Dou hue was elected president cf lie Catholic Womens League at its annual Vice is Da Elaine Frank Stedder is sec TtmnpMo of the general investigation branch tl the RCMP spoke on spe about the effect hashish and LSD Conctfts TABER 6 has been announced for the Myers School formal spring emcert at the high school May is and M will see tie A hand perform at the Interna tional Band Festival at Moose parade Monday May will feature five Plans Band Day TABER HNS Plans are being drawn up by Myers High School bandmaster Mil ton Iverson for a band event will take place ta the Taber Confederation Part It will invoke 11 bands in the Taber school division as well is Tibers German The evenof program will see a mass band of more than 5tt players inan unprecedented performance in Date win be from the school division for the enjoyment of thousands who ainer or the 11 event VbH Parents PICTURE BUTTE HNS and Harold NoriU and family of rated at the home of and John Hoffarth of Picture Ncrtn is their Akn visiting was and Paul Vaseuer and family d Tine Hills and Roy Harty of Bow Maintain Board HNS The Cotldafe parks and recreation board will eontnue to exist its RAYMOXD auxiliaries were fa mnitimmlttifa ta town council weentiy that it ould better serve as a liaison advisory enmittee to the uuthem regional recreation boirdfcouadl turned on CTcnmmfnital SMk EmpteyM COALDALE HNS Coal council agreed to te neat onptoycc for and sewer and pubBc works de TRAVEL TRAILERS 70 CHOOSE FROM foptw down hielw The 1970 models with their cleancut lines and smooth road performance are beautifully styled inside with natural grain panelling and colored Every model desi0ied ta provide the maximum in comfort and Before you look st HaicoTrailer be miles TRUCK CAMPERS SmooBHidine oMhrt 1Wand skilM ciiftamnship as Sfcylaitc Intenocs designed to provide the MOTOR HOMES A deluxe on wfrft HUMMIII same fine wwfcnwmhip carefully pliimai decor you would expect in yourown lioini mil om coes you want to Mail this coupon Irritate r MANUFACTURIN8 I lnliintU In may on ntniten a TOYOTA TMYa ONTK CFt VWWfCN Featherstone Top Director Four plays were at the Kate Andrews High School the directed b Frank wa It also competed in tl recent Southwestern A1 b e r t High School Drama taking of the The play was chosen to com pete m the provincial finals Red Der May 1 and LDS Church organized to will dote April 24 Okay Ptrmih COALDALE HNS issist parents to teach their children the ways of the The full responsibility of teaching the children is that of he President Fay Walker of the Taylor Stake of LDS Church told peo attending the April confer ence of the It was a youth During tvnxday sessions leadership instructions were even to those who direct the ywng people of the Special music was Tendered atthe Sunday general session by the staging mothers of the far the xfton Keeler piano accom panist and Kalherine Keeler or gan Walker presided at an vised lay aside for a rainy day bath food and mon Mt be afraid to say to yiur and friends 1 do not have the means to buy all that I to hare for myself bV need for par live lives that are eumk to their children and the Bishop George Bohne of tot Raymond Second Ward spoke the value of setting a goad example in all President Walker announced ents lean tot true value of TMI UWWDCI Honor Rennets NOBIEFORD Special A honoring recenUy mvried and Karl was held at the Kebo School A large number o friends from many southern Alberta preseot to wish the the Stake Seminaryfraduatioe couple well COALDALE NUMOOC m ywi far DOWN d m HONTH INOOWMG TAXB T1Y 3271130 or 3V4011 for NUMODE REALTY HANCW MWOSON MIIMS A1KR SlUOUUn KANK ma sirmo were 000 m Permits issued were for two unes home cost In his address Walker ad Nieboen Return Whist Party Franz Koci Shows Work At Kimono Galleries KJMBERLEY the Kimono Barbers and Gai eties announces its first one man featuring Franz Jo sef painter and sculptor from Mr Kori studied art at the Institute of Technology and Art in After graduating be worked for a short time com but soon worked as a freelance fine artist In when stffl a he bum the crows in the the trees on either end of the town of I In 1962 Koci was com1 missioned to design and build a goose 30 f e e t high at Ont Two years later Koci painted a mural in town of Wawa depicting the local flora and then he has worked on sculptures such as buf falo and Koci entered bis woti tu many public exhibitions throughout the For the last number of hn taught IRON SPRINGS HNS Mr and Bernard Nieboer being Hose They were met in Kyoto by George OkHa their daughter Miss Joyce Nie boer and Miss Karen of who were 9 route borne from Australia and Nieboer left a few days ago for GAnd Rap where they wffi visit with Iheir son and daughterin and Willard Nie and with their daughter Miss Elvina They were accompanied b art in the Pass where he an art The exhibition April a AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO MEMBER OF CENTRAL ALBERTA DAIRY POOL Your Board of Directors has declared a final payment ol Butter fat on milk and cream for Final payment on 1969 deliveries of honey was set at 25d per hundred weight Cash payments to membersln 1969 amounted to CasJi PaymtntJ are made to persons elijibte under the fpllowine etasil Please note that Documents Required must be forwarded to Head CentralAftertaDairy Bex Red Miss Joyce also Miss Karen who is returning to her FOR SALE FIRE DAMAGE 1961 45 PASSENGER DIESEL TRANSIT BUS CANADIAN CARBRILL Stortd at Marshall Auto Direct affori Of to Western Union Insurance 640 Caigery 2 FiU 47343 CLASSIFICATIONS a A deceased b A member who by reason of health has Had to retire from ac tive c A member who has reached the age of years for one full has ceased produce the products handled by this organiz d A member who has reached the age of 65 years and is still active ly e A member completely out of farm ing in our production area for thepast 3 A member who previous to 1965 shipped poultry DOCUMENTS REQUIRED PassbookCopy of probated will Es tate Tax release Form ET90 for amounts over Passbook Statement from members doctor verifying the member retired from farming for health Passbook Official proof of age Birth baptismal certificate or other official Passbook Official proof of age Birth baptismal certificate or other official Passbook A Statutory Declaration obtainable from Red Deer Passbook A Statutory Declaration obtainable from Red Deer A member who shipped only our former Edberg h Collective groups such as incor porated payment will be made until the collective has been a member for 10 Af ter 10 payment on percentage basis CENTRAL ALBERTA DAIRY POOL RED We Declare TO APRIL 25th FOSTER PARENTS IN ALRERTA bKptHEr KHOW YOU our TEAL ant Pap tut wtten our Mow was away crt housE WE ft it fun 1hoSE MHfe you M IOT with build hiMouiOf HK YOU anp WE miwK aeout yoo Luy PARENTS FOR Who are they your a business associate the family doctor Could they be you you The Honorable Ray Alberta Minister of Social Development Just to make it declare the week cf April I9th to April 25th Foster Parents Week in You are invited to join me and members of the Department of Social Development and the Foster Care Association honoring Albertas foster We extend deepest thanks to every one of them for the invaluable service they are providing to their communities and to ;