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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Galgary Outside Workers Refused Pay Increase CALGARY (CP) City eeua- tfl ToMdar rejected Itpcr- increase for Caljary's workers. Oflkub el Lneti 37, aoiaa UIMB of PuoSe Enptoy- saai council's aetioa BO sDrproe wd win lad to a atAa'nto by the nmoB. Coaadl Totad U-l (e reject the award pnoand.bT a con- cilutw board sad accepted by workers last Sunday. "We were hopeful but aoubl- Orturfo union repraaeBtauTe, said in an inter- new. "The onion fc willing ta bar- pal bat not M per cent There'i no early reason why they should accept less." City commissioners bad esti- mated that it the ll per end was agreed to, and similar re- qoeati were reeeiTed and acced- ed to k ether 1971 contracts the city's wage bin next year nose by about Tfw LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styltn IftHBRlDGCI The hereane a tte suodde workers1 wage hifl akoe would be about Outude workers collect gar- bage, maintain and water systeaH, dig grans, feed the gad rltn cages at me maintain parks and recreation fiekts and Farm Dugout Idea Born Years Ago MOOSE JAW, Sask. (CP) Benry. Checker and bis two DepBEWs were returning from Rffiua to (heir homestead wnea thry BDtked that ditches abag the raihray lines were filled with' water. One of the nephews, Ted Heath, thought that if the soil would bold water, be could dig ditches'on tbe farm B> catch bis needs. That was (7 years ago and thus was born tbe idea of a farm dnguuL- Today more than dot tbe prairies. The 16-year-old conceived the dugout to coded the spring rub- US abd catch rain, so he duf hi UK Pafliser area near here. Ted and bis brother dog tbe bole wHJi a discarded suauei and it stai is couectmg tbe run- off and rains after 17 years. Neighborm, who in tbe hadnt thought much of. tbe boy's idea, began to have sec- ond thoughts wbea in the spring of law UICT saw the dugout fuO of for domestic as wen as for the stock. Dugouts now often are edged with reeds, shrubs and trees and are invariably bone ta famffies of red-winged black- birds and pairs of docto. Before the tractor came along, the diigouu; provided pre- cious water for horses and oxen, often a farmer's only source of power.-Today, water is pumped from the dugout to lawns and gardens. Years after be excavated the first dugout, Ted Heath, a boy from Bristol, England, wrole: "We could never have lived on mese prairies if it were not the common tluguut, for there never had been found any- thing to take its place." .STONE-Thi> 20-ton pica.of Canadian jade it to Expo 70 at OtaVa, Japan, where It will be on exhibition In Britiih Columbia pavilion. H b tfn in the Orient that kiuing or rubbing good fortune. Kothy Murray Is helping 4-year-old Tom Kong put fint khs on AM 13, THI irtWMDW HkUU M Tobacco Firm Purchases Brewery TORONTO employees In at Montreal, Quebec and Bra triple Qnt. Formwa Spring Brewery has about 1.5 per cent af Ontario r market, distributing its brands chiefly ta the Toronto, ICitcbeDer-Waterloo and Bamit ton areas. ARNOLD PUKK ACCOUNTANT InewM Tn hrmn omcc M AVL I PHONI Special Zigzag! 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