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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, December 16, 197! THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD s viewpoint District different-Jensen By CATIIKIll.VK HULL Herald News Service CARDSTON Mrs. Wanda Jensen, Ihc first woman in tire history of Cardston to be elect- ed to town coiinc-il, was basi- cally interested in (lie govern- ment of the town bul would never bave .soiipbt tbe nomina- tion of licr own. She declined the imitation from two sources, one of them x women's group. Finally Ihe third person persuaded her long enoupli that she allowed IUT name to stand. It turned out that she was a popular candidate. She receiv- ed the third highest number of votes for the six vacancies. Sl'e feels that many of the votes she received were from woir.en. It is good for women to be in politics, she says, as they bave a different point of view than men. Especially in school ad- ministration, a woman knows the needs of students, she feels. STUDIES MAP OF TEMPLE CITY-Mrs. Wanda Jensen and Mayor Lloyd Gregson of Cardston map of the town. Mrs. Jensen is the first woman to be elected to town council of the Temple City. Hull Photo. Choral service Christinas Eve NATAL (HXK) Municipal clcctbn from the Dis- trict K' Krai v.ocr! .'luw three newcomers c'ccU.d fo as council members for a two year term. Nine candidates contested the three scats. Defeated were incumbents j in their bid were Alex Walker Alex Walker and Dang Lowe; with 120 votes, Joyce Yandon while the third seat on eeuncii t with 112 votes, Doug Lowe with was not contested by incum-1303 votes, Mary (Molly) Latka bent Sird Cimolini. Tie spent' with votes, Andrew Krall mrny years on council. with votes and Kobe rt Frank Fairdouph topped Ihe Swancy, 70 voles. poll with followed by j Anthony DeLuca with 200 votes and Harry Eberts with Mfi votes. Other candidates who failed 'Night of Miracles'' al tended by Anderson, Bcrsch, Davis FOIiT MACLEOD (Special) i public libraries workshop at Fort Macicod Library board Bowman Arts Centre at the Blairmore United Churcb at FLATKMOnE fCXP Bin-pan) Boh of Bl.iir- mnrc Unilrd Church nn- nounced the Blairmore Lct'ies Choir, directed by Mrs. Audrey Eonne, will present the canla'a of Miracles in BLAIUMORE (CNP Bureau) Rev. Bob Smith said the Christmas Eve choral service will be held in tbe Bellevuc United Church at 7 p.m. Dec. 2! The junior choir will sing. The Blairmore Cole man Christinas Eve service will be he'd in the Blairmore United Church at 8.30 p.m. The senior choir, directed by Audrey Bonne, and the junior choir, directed by Inger Ran- dies, will sing. A Christmas sen-ice will be held in SY. Paul's United Churcb. Coleman, at a.m. Dec. 19. Tim Coleman junior choir, di- rected by Mrs. Inger Handles, and with pianist Orlcne Olson, will participate. Land price set TABER (HNS) Taber town council has adopted a land price formula for tov.Ti property for sale along Highway 3 (formerly known as the John Barton The selling price for serviced property is per front foot for a depth of 200 feet, plus 10 cents per square foot for lot areas in addition. Reason for the special for- mula is the triangular shape of the subdivision. ,T r. i members Mrs. George Anclcr- Lethbndee recentv. of the son, Jlrs. Paul Devsch and j selection. It was conduct- Mrs. Ricler Davis attended a eel by J. Forsythe of Edmonton. 8 p.m. Sunday. Dec. ]9. Narralor will bo Wells. A social coffee hour wHl fol- low. All are welcome to attend. Passwords Nativity scone FC'UT MACLl-JOI) iSoec il) Mr. and M'-s. Hid; William live sis miles cast iif I fit Miirtnid on the Orion d liavp invited Ihc public in come to f.'-nn evening to see their Chri'-lma.s Lasl year they made a na- Uvity scene and iww Ihev have added a castle and flames Every half hour they have mu- sic anil narration highlighted with lights to noriray the Christmas story. Dee 20 to from to Ji p.m. they will be telling Ihc story. Joint services FOIiT MACLEOD (Special) The ministers of three. Christ Church Angli- can, Andrew's Presbyterian and Trinity United, have an- nounced joint Christmas ser- vices. These will be. as fe.'.- lows: D.'C. 2'1, 11 p.m. Holy Communion nt St. Andrew's; Dec. 25. 10 a.m. familv service, Christ Church; Dec. 2ti, 11 a.m. seven lesson carol service, Tri- nity United; Dec. .11. 8 p.m. New Year's Eve service, Christ Church. Povcrly parley FORT MACiWlD (Special) Mrs. Stevens has re- turned from Toronto where she was one of three representa- tives of the Alberta Conference United Church Women at the national consultation on pov- erty. It was held in United Church House. Mrs. Stevens Ihon spent 10 days vMline: her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wellington, Ottawa. 50 YEARS AGO Olo Jcspersen of Taber and Miss Muriel Donaldson of Lethbridqs joined hands in ircr.'vr.ony 50 years ago, Recency friends and i-c'ciiivea joiii'-'J wilh them in congratulations on their Golden Anniversary. The occasion was obsetvcc! by oprn house at their home and a family dinner at the farm home of son Clarence M. Jesperscn. Special nucits in- cluded their daughter, Phyllis Dcdckam cf her mother, Mrs. Ann Donaldson, 94 of Tabcr, and his sisters Mrs. Harry (Netta) Miles of Fremont, Neb., and Miss Anna Jespersen of Washington, D.C. Hutterite colony opposed oldtimers I TAPER i HNS I of j farm ratepayers in Ibo scutli-, proving a re least rjrliou of the Tahcr mu-: tile protest In nicinality have raised objection inunal Propc to the establishment of a Hut-' terile colony in their district and in the northwest corner of the County of 40-Mile. The objection was expressed at a recent meeting of the !UD council by three representative I ratepayers who presented a pe- tition signed by the flri olijec- i tors, nearly iCO per cent of the district landowners. Council responded to the re- ap- Com- Clarke scans complainls hold banquet i i NATAL (HNS) The Spar- wood Community Development Association learned from Com- determine complaints of the j home owners in regard to the j buildings. Cr owsnest Pass Bureau :i NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Ij fernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 KAREN MEETS Snnta paid rnrly visit fo Hie Foremost Lions C I u b Christmas parly. More than 150 people were on lintid. It included films and a program of entertainment staged by the youngsters. Karen Elle tells Santa ln-'s handsome. Photo. munily Development Officer j A number of the horni Dick- Clarke he is conducting a owners have indicated that the survey into housing at Spar- wood. He is conducting a total sur- vey of all Sparwood homes 10 dcvelopment companies have not taken care of the com- plaints submitted within the one-year guarantee period. Group looks for dentist NATAL (HNS) The Spar- wood Community Development Association recently discussed the establishment of a safety December 17th and 18th French Fries Milk Shake (REGULAR SIZE) (CHOICE OF FLAVORS) be merry at your Dairy Queen! STORE I SOOTH STORE council for Sparwood and the Elmer and bicycle safety pro- grams for youngsters in the area. They also discussed the pos- sibility of an intern dentist practicing in the district for a couple of months next year. Tlw association is also working with authorities in Cranbrook to obtain the services of a full- time dentist for the district. Tropliy day January 8 LUXDBRECK (CNP Bureau) Willow Valley Trophy club will hold its 23rd annual rophy day in the Livingstone School, Lundbreck, Saturday, Jan. 8. The day will again feature presentation of prizes for big game taken in 1971 as well as prizes for biggest fish taken the past season. Depots have been set tip nt points all over southern Al berla to facilitate judging be- fore Jan. 8. Lions club gets gong NATAL (HNS) The Lions International is attempting to establish a local Lions Cluh in Elkford. The chartering of the club is under the sponsorship of the Fernie Lions Club. It recently assisted to establish a Lions Club at Sparwood. The Elkford Lions Club in- terim executive: August Kb- binghoff. president, and Bill secretary-treasurer. They have also undertaken Ihe (nsk of trying to obtain a membership of 20 required be- fore a charter can be issued. The spons o r i n g club in Fernie is hoping !o have a joint charter presentation for the two new clubs' they have spon- sored. They aro also hoping lo the presentation of the two charters made hy Tris Coffin j of Montreal, Lions Internation- al third vice president. He is slated as the next Canadian to hend the internalional organi- zation. FORT MACLEOD (Special) Tbe old ace pensioners so- ciety here held its annual ban- quet in tho Unitrd Chvcli Hall recently. Tr-ore were 55 mem- bers present, Receiving gifts during the supper hour was Mrs, IVJollie Grant, the oldest woman pre- sent, and Bill Downing, tbe old- est man. Miss Florence Eakcr was Ihe "saucer bolder" and Mrs. Lil- lian Hang won the coffee table donated by Harry BcdLngfield. Following carol singing, members of the dance club performed oldtime, square and modern dances, The following officers were chosen: A. A. Xcriclwv, presi- dent: Mrs. Y. Loinvcnaar, first vice-president: Miss Florence Baker, second vice-president; Mrs. Anne Burger, secretary, and C. Bergquist, treasurer. Nursing team completes jhearl training PINCHER CREEK (Special) The program arranged for the training ot five members of j the nursing staff of St. Via-' cent's Hospital, regarding coro- i nary care, has been completed, says the hospital administra- tor. The new cardiac monitoring system ha5 been installed. "Other hospital news: renova- tions and repainting of all pa- tients' rooms on both the medi- cal and surgical floors of the new wing have been completed. j Approval was given for tbe of a new strategical j bath for use in the j laboratory. The hospital budget for 1972 was presented and approved by 1 the hoard ROAR OF APPROVAL Taber Sugar Quesn Debbie Thomas was given a roar of approval by the Taber Lions Club for winning the honor recently. Nominated by the Lions, Miss Thomas is congratulated by Lions president Eric Leigh. Ross Gibb Photo Our lowest price ever Zenith Chromacolor swivel-base console l-base Contemporary sly: veneers and se'ecl hard.vnsrf sol'ds. Chromscolor Customized Tun.ng Titan 60 HandcratledChessis Super Goti Vioco Guard Tuner Automatic Fme-tjn no Control Automatic TintGua'C Control. Limited time only! INQUIRE ABOUT LEASING These Are lie Utltlnidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area MAGRATH MRS. MIIDRED HARKES P.O. 97 MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELIER ____ P.O. Box 329, Milk River MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER P.O. Box 61 NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON P.O. Bo. 314 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Gen. Dot. Contact Iheso peopta for your Dittrict Nftwi or Classified Advertising 236- loili SI N. UTHBRIDGE Phono 328-6964 COAIDAIE Phono 345-3272 ;