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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Socreds meet ________ Tuelday, November 1, 1971 THE IITHBRIDGf HESMD _ 3 CLARA SANDERSON MEMORIAL AWARDS F. P. Walshe High School students at Fort Macleod receiving scholarships in memory of the late Clara Sanderson are: back row, left to right; Darcy Zimmer and Mary Black- middle row: David Hamilton, Elizabeth Aycoct, Carrie Cotton, Carrie Vos and David Lemire; and frool: Jean Gore, Georgina Vos, Bernadina Van Eck, Wilma Speor Chief and Sally Pace. Missing: Edward Knife, Nita Chekluck and Audrey Eagle Bear. Frank Sanderson estab- lished the scholarships in memory of his sister, a school teacher. II is the fifth year the has been distributed. Swihorl Photo. tonig nice! Monday and the lease ren- tal polir) will (iiscils.scf! at a liivclini'. of Wain-ton pm. Monday. i the Lrlhbndgc Civic v. ill bf a panel pre- sentation rif relevant facts li the Waterloo Lakes Ciiambct An open on park pin ilexes to leaseholders will be j TABKIl (IINSI Notice has been given by the Taln'r-War- tier Social Credit Constituency Association of its annual meet- ing tonight. The meeting will feature as speakers Tabcr-Warner MLA Douglas Miller, Tabcr, and Ed- gar Hinman, MLA for Card-! hichliaht cf the meeting practises v.ill be dis There will be an election of cussed. officers. I The meeting will lake place in the White Room, Taber: Community Centre (north in I the auditorium main entiancc.) commencing at S o'clock. Form Cub pack Ml.-VS.SY IHN.Sl A Wolf Cub prick has been form- _______________ rvl here under the sponsorship i of the recreation board. Attend meeting Tom Bacwla, assisted by GRASSY LAKE (INS) Xcil .loncs and Benny Gross, Mrs. Alex (Wilmai r'dtig and will provide the leadership. Mrs. Steve (Violet) Ell were Larry Killer was elected recent visitors to Calgary where they attended the execu- tive meeting of the Diocesan president and Mrs. Fay Beyer secretary-treasurer of the par- ent group. Meetings for Cubs will be JUNIOR HIGH CHIEFTAN5 fort Mocleod's F. P. Wcilshe Junior High School executive comprises, at the back: teaching supervisor Garnet Stevens: back row: Lorelie Schmidt sports council representative, Carol Broadhead, vice-president, and Ra'idy Gunderson, presi- dent; front row: Mary Healy, secretary, Cheryl Orr, treasurer; and cit front, Quinn Orr, year book represent, ative. Sv.'ihart Photo. Council. lire. Feltig is president of I held in the community centre the Grassy Lake Catholic i kitchen Thursday evenings at Women's League and Mrs. Ell i o'clock beginning on Nov. is a convener on the Diocesan 4. All boys of Cub age will be Council. welcome to join. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING erron Deccux, Resident Rep., Phone 562-2149 Bonspiel set TABKR fHNS) Taber Curl- ing Club activities for the win- season club honspiel Member registrations are being received by Laddie Pav- ka and Roger Moore. Nov. 8 will see the start of and activities is in the ford Hirsche was again named planning stages. mayor of Stirling. nuuumit b Hirschr has served m Hirsche returned this position for in- past six bee in with a the club schedule. v. 6 and 7.1 A booklet on club orgaruza- STIRLING (HNS) During the first council meeting Clif- TABER COUNCIL CHAMBER SECOND HOME FOR MRS. WENTZ qe board role suits Mrs. Wentz By ROSS CiIF.1! Herald News Service TABER Pleased with her _____ committee assignments and i jug home here.' special responsibility lo repre- sent town council on the Taber i ''I was pleased to become a member of the Lodge board, it fits in with my keen desire for the establishment of a nurs- Not that she has no Interest Foundation's board of I'm other committees, Mrs. dircc- j Wentz prefers to learn as she goes. When the details of her present assignments aro "mas- tercel" she intends to learn the ters, Taber's second woman councillor Mrs. Helen Wentz says her place is in the field of social services. "No f don't feel al all '.short- in cnmmiltc" appoint-1 tires the operations committee ments said Mrs. Wonlz, "lie- j of council would be her desire, cause, the alignments arc The only other woman on Ta- challenging and I feel I can her's town council was Mrs make a real contribution lo the town's administration.'' Mrs. was named chairman of the committee re- for dclails of the workings of other Dennis M. Turin, Mike Powell 'committees, suggesting that in and R. Bruce Millikcn. Police and fire departments Mrs. Helen Wentz and Dennis M. Turin. Recreation and library: T? Bruce Millikcn and Kenneth L. McDonald. Health and welfare: Wayne f the health ami welfare com- mittee. She succeeds Mayor Arthur II. A very on (he Clear- view 1-mklr board. Lola Flood. She retired some years ago. "However. I wasn't particu- larly interested in becoming council's representative on the Taber Public Library Board, a r board meetings (my husband I being a school teacher! but I'll do my best in everything that f a 11 s to my Mrs. Wentz said. The following standing com- mitlee appointments were ap- proved earlier, the first named being committee chairman: Operations (public work utilities, g a r b a g e, cemetery and parks'i: Wayne L. Gough, years and has been on the council for eight years. This decision was made un- der the sustaining votes of councilmon Carmen Conrad and Robert Ferrett. They were sworn to office by Justice of the Peace Alfred Zsugg. Fall tea held FORT MACLEOD (Special) United Church Wom- en recently held a successful fall tea and bazaar. Convening the affair wore Mrs. Sis Chassc, Mrs. Vi Fal- koner and Mrs. Ellen Chester. Pouring lea and coffee were Mrs. Mary Andrews. Mrs. A. Segbocr. Mrs. Yera Barr, Mrs. W. A. Day, .Mrs. Glen Barr, Mrs. Len tie Wit and Mrs. Ed- win Ritson. Beef school CRAXBROOK (Speci all- Provincial department short course in beef is set for early in 1372 for Kootcnay cattle ranchers. Local department offices are accepting suggestions on what subjects ranchers want in the course. Date will be late Jan- uary or February. Weak link in present ranch practice is believed to be nu- trition and accurate feed sam- pling is now available for nu- trition analysis at a depart- ment laboratory at Kelowna to determine digestible cnerg) content HoJt returned amation. L. Gough and Mrs. Helen Wentz. and These Are Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MABOARU MONTGQMIRY P.O. Box MS CRANBROOK NANCY Mill's (Sprcinl) E17.IKOM MRS. IHtKtA EHNCS FOREMOST GEOFF TAGG Box 381 FAITH MRS. THEKIA EHNF.S Gen. D0I. Contact these peopls for your Districl Newi or Classified Advertising Industrial development, phn position held by Mrs. Flood, j ninp. farm lands: Kenneth 1 and I'm not too" enthused about I McDonald, Mike Powell representing the lown at school Dcr.nis M. Turin. Finance: Mayor A very and all members. Mr. McDonald was named drpntv mayor. He was named In the- industrial development committee. Mr. Turin will attend me I ings of the Oldman River Re- gion Planning Commission. He becomes a member of the Ti her Public Library board. The Barons Eureka Health Unit will have Mr. Go.igh as the town's representative. Mr. Millikcn will be Iho member on the Tabcr and cli I rid recreation board and on the Tabcr rcgion.il recreation council. In other Mrs. llosclla Daislcy was named lo Iho board of lira public library to replace Mrs. who has moved from labor. .W .Illi Si. S. Del. r.ASKETBAU. TABER (IIXS) An organi- zational mooting for women's basketball will lake place in the Tabcr Community Cent Itouifibt at o'clock. HOLT RAYMOND (IINS1 Murray Holt was returned bv acclama- tion lo the Warner Comity coun- cil where he represents District northwest. Havnlotld Mr. Molt now commoner his third Icrm of office, on coun- cil. There will be ;m rlorl.inn for l.hr southeast District K: MaiTin Dahl, with nnr term smwl, was rcnominatcrl. Conte.stuig the scat is Victor There were hvo acclamations for the rural Raymond districts for hospital board: P. K. More- land, who has been a member of the board since Iho Raymond Municipal Hospital was opened, j and .lames Ilironaka, who has i i.cnal one term. DID YOU KNOW- 60% of all stopping is done by your front wheels. Then be pre- pared with Safety Spike front tires for added braking protection. 'FOUR SEASONS' TIRES with SAFETY SPIKES OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. Corner 13th St. and 3rd Ave. N. Phone 327-3181 ;