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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SALVATION ARMY BREAKFAST-Envoy Carole Picker- jng, lefi, of Tori macleoJ, Barbara Willioms of Ed- monton, and Sgl. Dor lent- Collon of Fort Macleod lake part in an Easter breakfast ot Fort Macleod. Top left pholoi Mrs, Claude Stevens and Mrs. Charlie Reach lend a help- ing hand. Above: Mrs. Annie Brewsfer, 94, and Mrs. Bill Cullen. Right photo: Jack CuNen folcfs soup-catcher as Ted Swihart looks on. Miss Pickering said: "Sharing joy and friendship are what really count." People from ol wafks of life attended. NATAL fHXS) Manpower and Immigration have taken the unique approach to the problem of getting their "clients" together, citizens and corporations of Canada. But first a little history. In 195fi, the Canadian govern- ment introduced an act which involved financial participation by the federal government in training in industry. The program was called just that, "Training in nnrl was the first major over- ture by Ottawa to assist the ci- tizens of this country (o up- prario themselves. At (he sume time people had to recognize that all the respond fit-lily for improving skills does not rest solely on the shoulders of the employer. Training in Industry is en- joying modest success. The restrictions placed on eli- gibility of sttidents for assist- ance for aid, particularly in the mining industry, because of the minimum hour requirements, eligibility of the student for as- sistance based on his martital status, age anri years in the labor market and so on, results in only mild participation under special circumstances. Trnininff in Industry, al- though cood in concept, dees wine shortcomings. Kaiser Resources, a year did enter into discussion with the regional offices of sc E SERVICE Manpower and Immigration at Vancouver with a resulting con- tract for upgrading tradesmen at Banner Ridge maintenance. "Training on the how- ever, seems to have recognized the problems inherent with "Training in Industry." Age restrictions have been lifted (however the mines act is cpiite specific about mini- mum age in our The student-teacher ratio Is no longer a factor, training must no longer be confined to the classroom, training is no longer restricted to non-produc- tion situations and in effect makes the transition from un-1 skilled to semi skilled much easier because it really docs i take place on the job. Discussions late last year Swihart Pholos j Potter group elects three directors COALDALE (HNS) The recent annual shareholders' meeting of the Coaldale Rural Electrification Association was attended by 25 members. There are 335 shareholders. New directors elected: Hudy Hahajanac, Ahram Janzen, Jr., and Frank Friescn. They replaced Anton Huber. John Macliielse and Jake Braal. Also nn the hoard are Alton Knapp, Douglas Oher. Pcler Jake L a n g e m a n, Douglas Campbell, Harry Penner and Steve Slcmko. Three new directors are ap pointed each year. Mr. Knapp John Gossen has been secre- tary-treasurer of the associa- tion since Hudy Habajanac, a share- Tuesday, _ THF lly MARIE SORfJAIU) Herald News Service IRON SPRINGS Fifty-two relatives were present at a re- cent family reunion to honor Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Honey the occasion of their Dia- mond Wedding Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Haney were married March 27, J912, and farmed in the Barrhill district for a year before going to Mon- tana to homestead. With (he coming of the Leth- bridge Northern Irrigation Dis- trict they moved back to a farm southeast of Iron Springs in 1920. This farm is still their home and at the ages of 89 and SO they are still very active in community affairs. In attendance for the occa- sion were their daughters Francis, Kathleen, and Ruth; sons Leonard and How- ard: and their families. Also attending were Mr. Hancy's sisters Mrs. Gertrude Fitchie, of Sanla Cruz, Calif, and Mrs. Florence Wold, of Kalispell. Mont., niece, Mrs. Vivian Dawson, n( Santa Cruz. Calif., and Mrs. Ilaney's sister, Mrs. M. Noble, of Innisfail, 1 Others attending included Ray and Lloyd Hanson, Mrs, Alice Sharpe, and Mrs. Lucille Schaffer, all of Cutbank, Mont. and several relatives from points throughout southern Al- berta. t lUlUY IdlJcKJ, il MldlU- shortly after announcement of h w {i'onKd 'thc the new traimng approach tas dcposit culminated in a ''trainingon i -phis account is" from the job" contract between Kai- bers lvho a d i( and the federal govern- ment, with Unison provided by :he Fernie, Cranbrook and Van- couver offices of Canada Man- power. A lol of hard work on the part of. Art Grimley, mine man- ager; Bill Davey, underground superintendent; Norm Cross- iiclil; employment supervisor and Tan Dufour, performing the role of interviewer; has result- ed in al! of the 31) trainees on hoard and diligently involved in developing new skills. Some wanted to have the rebates ix turned to members. Gibers said no. It pointed out the rebate would be small. A rebate was given a number of years ago. No decision was made. Thrre was discussion on the 12-point proposal from Calgarv Power which tfie association accepted last year. The Coaldale REA has had a master contract willi Power since 1950. H is renew ed every 10 vears. The ar- The training is being conduct- j rangemcnt is a tri-paity agree ;1 by Ken Kniert and Bill Bad- j mcnl whereby Calgary rower deley, both well versed in the supplies the Farm Kleelric supervises, maintains and does Hie work on Ihc lines, operations and safety factors involved in performing effec- tively underground. The new trainees are first in- troduced to coal mining through a week of classroom and tour assignments with Mr. Knierl. This permits the chance to eh minate any concern about work- ing in an underground environ- ment. The second week the trainees are placed in the capable hands of Mr. Baddeley. He lakes them a step further in their coal mining orientation. The men are then assigned as extra personnel to various crews and begin to participate as part of that team by assist- ing wherever needed. Kaiser Resources is proud fo be one of the first major users of this new approach to train- ing. Trainees for this program come from Spanvood, Fernie, Cranbrook, Lethbridge, Medi- cine Hat, Calgary and Bed Deei-. ind the Coaldale REA is the owner of lines. Association. COWLEV (HXS) The can- cer drive has begun here with Gordon Johnson in charge. Directing the canvas this year is Mrs. Irene McNeil of Oillcresl. Her district tmiler the Crovvs- nest Pass Unit of the Alberta Cancer Society takes in the Pass (owns of Coleman. lilair- I fore. Frank and licllevue and extends eastward (o Crnvley in- cluding T.undbreck and north to Maycroft. Beaver Mines to the south, Is also included. Purniis is being canvassed by Mis. Joyce Dziedzic, Bea- ver Mines by Mrs. J. Oczowski: Lundbrcck by Mrs. Crayfonl, (laughter Nancy, and Mrs. Jes- sie McCulloch at the post office: north of Lundb-ecl-: bv Mrs. Rose Pisony and Mrs, Betty Lynch Stannton. Al thc post ciffice here dona- tions are being accepted by Mrs. Alice Sapcta, assisting Gordon Johnson. Donations may he left at Ihc Johnson Brothers Sawmills of- fice. The Crowsnesl Pass Unit has gone over the top at least three times. Tony Kunz installed by Elks GRANUM (CNP Bureau) Tony Kunz has been installed exailcd ruler of tbe Granum 109 BPOE The installations of officers was conducted by district dcp- uly grand exalted ruler Marx Gryschuk of Blairmorc. Drill loam, under captain fat Mackintosh, assisted. Pi- anist was Darlcne Installed (o office were past exalted ruler Charlie leading knight, Jens Laursen: loya! knight, Harold Clark; lecturing knight, Doug esn'.iire, Barry Pratie; chap- lain, Donald Gassner; lary, Stan Byer. treasurer, Don Douglas; three-year trus TWO RINKS The talc of the Natal curling and skat- ing rinks hangs in the bal- ance. The Regional District of East Kontonny wants to wlml lip the urban renewal prnjpct by rteinolishing both buildings this spring. The District of Snartvoixl has not released the1 structures ami lias asked for another time extension. Elkfonl baa ex- pressed interest In having Ifie arenas moved to thr vil- laRo. The District of Spar- wood expccls to have a social hall and arena com- plete by the end of Iliis year. To date lliorc arc cash anil pledges for Hie now recrea- tion complex amounling tn about SM.OOO. With the addi- tional Sl.i.OOH from Kaiser Resources this represents a good pnrtion of thr money reriuirrfl to coinplclc. the project. Photo. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernun Deeoux, Residenl Rep., Blalrmore Phone 562-2149 17 upgraded Phono 327-8546 NATAL (HXS) Under Hie score- [B.C. rlcpnrtnicnt of manpower training in industry 27 Kai.ccr UOSOIUTCS (cic, f'nsp Ifykoop; inner guard, MK'cessfulIy passed .1 T.rn Bailey and lylor Alf Bris-1 heavy duty mechanic's jour- [by. incyman upgrading course. These Are The Lethbridge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area MAGRATH MRS. MILDRED MARKER P.O. Box 97 MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUEUER P.O. Box 329, Milk Rivnr MONARCH MRS. JACOB OEKKER P.O. Box 61 NANTON MSS. MARY BENSON P.O. Box 314 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSOM Gen. Del. Conlacl these peopxi lor your District Newi or Clnsfiffed Advortiiina Just Arrived at Woolco! A Complete Selection of UHENTAL1 for your yard! 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