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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March 197 THE IETHBRIDGE 3 Pete Gaskell tally 93 safe years Planning seminar By PAUL CIIALA Herald News Service NATAL Two brothers who work for Kaiser Resources Lim ited at near have established a record of service iu the coal mining in Johnny and Pete Gaskell have worked a total of 93 years in the Neither man has had an accident serious enough to warrant a compensation now a first class mechanic at the Kaiser Re sources machine shop at Mi started work as a mech anic with Crosvs Nest Pass Coal Company in When the sshich had changed ks name to s Nest Industries sold its coal plant to Jolm trans ferred to Kaiser Resources and air and loco 1ite Aid heart fund RAYMOND UNS Under continued to keep the wheels turning in the power of months John spent all his working time in the machine shop went under ground and spent the most of his career as a haulage a job in the early days Later compressed motives sseie used became a driver His the direction of Biandon responsibility included seeing the first dnse for the that miner did not wait for heart fund has been empty cars and the tipple is more to contri not wait for a task bute to thanks to the It was a success with S540 The poio fund has been a proji t of the auxiliary for 20 Heads parks Firm opens people of Ra which Scott said aie entailed driving Shandelles to perform at Foremost on March 17 FOREMOST Special The Hat Musical Theatres produc Shandelles Ladies Chorus of Medicine Hat will stage a con cert at the Foremost Commu nity Hall March at 8 The singing group will stage a two hour program of light with proceeds going to Foremost Lions Club commu nity sendee Tickets are available from all Lions Club The under the di rector Alex were form ed in 1964 following Medicine Todd rink wins PINCHER CREEK Special The annual Legion Bonspiel was held recently ssith the Ernie Todd rink talcing the Le gion Making up the foursome svere Ernie Simi Ethel Cook and Ken Corbett Lynch Stauntons rink aided by Bill Skelly and Gertie Bosvman placed always Despite temperatures ometime hit nearly 50 zero in the mines main j While the sum is not large it Pete was always on hand repiesems small donations CLARESHOLM More ihan 330 people attended UrlllUK 1 lllc uwnct r r With the exception of a couple sometime hit nearly 50 pleased with our first j the official opening and ribbon and land seivice centre and the firs to IK located on Claresj He should be asailable April holms mdustiial Redfern is jj married vision ct the southeast corner S with children sta of Town Tbs modern steel i tioned at Penhold taught I construction fire proof building physical education He is the cost about and ill be holder of the Black belt and keep things from everyone as everyone He nosv svith the Kais gave a er Resources underground elec trieal cresv under Frank Fair John is married and lived in Michel until three years agu when he and his wife Margaret i suth the exception of the bakj ing The Wendy j PINCHER said her oven at R Barry Ks been baked The bread aopointed superintendent of was Ihe ricipe and meih paiks and for Pinod ss as compiled in pictuies and Cher Creek regional paiks and uords a j recreation pi ogranis Redfern has in the for the past u sears Originally from Redfern LS stationed ai Grim Town grows Aid polio fund PKCHER CREEK Special and son also a Kaiser moved to F e r n i Pste is single and until recently lived with his nosv 84 years who lises in the Sparwood Senior Citizens A housetohouse canvass for the polio fund svas conducted known as Ranchmans Supply i has amateur wrestling John Deer Service It j was established by the Lewis by the Ladies Auxiliary to the j Brothers Ken and Royal Canadian Harold of Pincher Creek who The drive svas headed by i operate a similar business Slate installed PICTURE BUTTE The local authorities board has orj ciered that there be annexed to the Tosvn of Picture and 1 separated from the Lethbi itlge I j County the portion of the j i northeast quarter of section 33 sshich lies one blotk south Rogers i I Any taxes osvmg to the Leth I bridge County 26 as at i llCtitlS j shall transfer to and I become payable to the Tosvn of j Picture COALDALE HNS 1 h a Riser Plan ning Commission is a oneday seminar in dicuss planning I suit held s jierb secretary and Geoige budding new c lub lion of The Sound of They performed in the Cen tennial special at the Banff School of Fine and also at the Rotary International The Shandelles have repre sented Medicine Hat at the Provincial music In 1966 they won the Rose the highest asvard in the Medicine Hat Rotary Music and hasC held the Robert Bullen Melody Maids Trophy continuously since New officers COALDALE HNS The following officers ssere elected at the recent annual meeting of shareholders of the Coaldale Associa Community Hospital lion Goerge Schmidt and John Dyck both threeyear terms Jacob Jan zen one year as A total of 26 shareholders at Chairman svas John Bunnage valuable player CARDSTON HNS The Cardston First Ward MMen Basketball team ssas successful in svinning the LDS Church re gional tournament played at They won three Final scores svere 8558 against Edmonton 8673 against Calgary and 6859 against The Cardston squad brought half the trophies Blaine Bunnage sson the mostvaluable player Kendon Eakett and D u a n e Quinton won the all star Other members of the team Terry Don Mark Beazer and Lon Garth Matkin is They Isave for Salt Lake City Saturday where they ssill participate in the all church finals next ENJOYING SUNSHINE AT WAIKIKI Sauth Albertons love to flee to Enjoying the Pacific breezes and warm sunshine at Waikiki are Mrs Bill Elsie Roe of Picture Butte and Bessie Anton of Warner back Rita Zuehlke of Warner and FOREMOST Special Foremost branch of the Royal Spring supper Canadian Legion recently ini stalled Barney Staaldume pres1 Other officeis aie Kussellj ucepi Geoige Cliuich Women fium to secictan and Vic P March in Harry Calhoim svill as welfare Carl Uerke is sergeant at The ex al 3pd SPARWOOD iHNS About 4fl attended a meeting i s nuiod Secondary ecutive includes Hugh Sturte Bill Beckner and Phil Korpan Name Ikebuchi TAEER HNS Councillor George Ikebuchi has been ap pointed the tossns representa tive on the local recreation boaid and the regional recrea tion Ikebuchi succeeds Stan Hunt whose position on council svas left vacant sshen he moved to n A T n i r A tOALDALE IINSi spring supper will be form a by the Eva Greer Y and Gun Cliffo Bill SaMllosv svas elected president s icepi es ident John secietary and Dick 11 Members of the executive committee are Thomas John Roy th church hall H is open to i the general False alarm STIRLING HNS Volun teer arris ing at the found it svas a false Tins is the third time svithin a year this safety feature has been iernie Jackie Al John son and The Spans ood and District Rod and Gun Club svill meet the second and fourth Thursday each month at Receive bread COALDALE HNS Par ents attending John Davidson School here recently attended j open house during education In one class parents received a slice of The complete procedure had been learned TOPS IN SEED CORN Contact ALBERTA WHEAT POOL or the Warsvick Representative in Southern HAROLD HUGHES Box Phone 3454675 WARWICK Golden Acres Hybrid Seed Corn Susan Pat Patching grand prize science winners COALDALE HNS and Patricia Don Romaniuk for an tying for third azsaz and Patricia Patching f McNally svere grand prize in the second McNally for their display on analysis of Second in general display on the photo enlarger Karl Jacob Steinbrenner and Ernest growing plants ssithout soil and Christine effects of gibberellic acid oaldale Junior High School cience Sandra McDonald and Cheryl Tokariuk of a display on A three svay tie for fourth They displayed sugar a display on Third place went to the biology section six winners ssere announced Bill pollution of Kathv Murray and Rose Students from and Rose Marie experimenting in Hofer of grass IcNally and R of Coaldale with the Cheryl and Marilee Bond of chools Hosv Movies are Machielse and with her exhibit on There svere 38 svmners Ross putting the brakes Coordinators ssere Paul a and Miss Gsven The judges included not lokosch of the Unisersity and Jim nd John both of le Lethbridge Research The fair was disided bitten at hree categories general seine e including mysics and As the biology section had physics nly several it ssas decided to issard more prizes in Winners will compete in HNS The recent annual ratepayers meeting closed svith the village fathers receiving a vote of appreciation for their H o sv e v e things hummed sshen councilman Lorenzo to the svater A meicr has been installed where trucks obtain water for rural Road conditions hase bos improved by nine blocks being oiled at a cost of less than on unpaid taxes July A part tune summer recreational director as svell volunteer helpers are being Alfred Zaugg reported there are nosv hooks available and District Science fair to be held March 20 reported on the livestock and pet situation Permits must be obtained and all The mobile home site svill Ire improved this the Stirling library Secretary Neil Webster reported village maps has c 1 in the The prizes were from the Coaldale Home and School so the situation does not get out of he A strict cnforcment of bv 138 feet can be purchased for Penalties of fi per cent ssill been Twenty eight attended Winners confining dogs to their OSSTI unless Grande Prize bv will no 1 recerving first prize in the SJVtt eral science svondered why a of and must TAPE Some residents tsso HNS The Lethbridge County southern much of the lalior none by One estimate given SSr dogs running at recreation board has been requested to put if the labor svas all done by volunteeis it ssould cut the Mayor Clifford Hirschc in motion for formation of a hockey and skating in Max southern Alberta 13th and 3rd a ness1 filter is being consultant in on the Sportsplcx is under Gerd present He pros idee is construction suggestions and in THE PINCHER Ihc hope of the building and fundraising committee during SNOWMOBILE operations Snowmobile Special assistant treasurer is Gordon and Hooser s appoinmlent as and M Roocrt MARCH altered city hall pioccdures extensively in of continuing as assistant city clerk at unchanged nosv been commissioned RACING 12 city to make a similar study of the city City council its recent regu recreation and parks meelmg dealt svith subdi A NONSANCTIONED xml questions West Of Castle Ranger report resulted in ssith regard to zoning and Plans submitted by REGISTRATION 9 TO 1 ALL of former and continuing Bland Planning and Engineering for its proposed residential city administrator near the nesv Trophies In All ard better coordination of sscre rttinncd for departments Mr Judy svilh ntv engi REFRESHMENTS also been named r 1 1 depart nionl for alteia md appointment of FOUNDED IN 1840 The Worlds Leading International Beer worlds leading 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