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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta mi TNC UtTHiRlDOI HEftALO -11 Elevating scene Country grain like this one at a few miles southeast of the city on the Coutts high- may disappear from the prairies in a few years. Their sharp outlines in sun or snow have been Western landmarks for decades. Coyote bait applications okay PINCHER CREEK Seven applications for 1080 coyote baits were approved Tuesday by the Pincher Creek MD council. The baits will be placed in areas from six miles south to eight miles southwest up into the north Cowley district The local paper will publish exact locations. An application by Coun Bob for the southwest dis- was approved. Other receiving permission were Ernest south Audiology clinic planned FORT MACLEOD An audiology clinic from the Glenrose Hospital at Ed- monton will check for hearing problems by appointment in the Chinook Health Unit here Nov. 13 to Nov. 16. The examination requires one hour and 15 minutes so ap- pointments are necessary. Tfie first three days have been set aside for children. The final day is reserved for people with hearing aids. Any adult or child can have a hearing assessment. Anyone who is wearing a hearing aid can have it checked. Referrals will be made to the appropriate agencies for the follow-up Elks and Order of the Royal Purple are the sponsors. of Armand north of and Bob Cowley area. The baits will be inspected often to see if are doing the in the areas where placed. If the baits will be picked up and put in other said Coun. Toney. At the same sheep growers' management prac- tises were discussed. Coun- cillors wondered if sheep should be kept in sheds or closer to buildings or in enclosed areas. Pocket gophers came in for a few barbs from councillors. Reeve Hilton Pharis said the little rodents are becom- ing a grave nuisance as they multiply at a rapid rate and spend their tune throwing dirt up on .good pasture land. 'Council learned a Hutterite colony in Washington has had success with a pressurized bomb to eliminate or curb the pocket gophers. District agriculturist Bob Lyons will investigate on the use of the Coaldale carol festival of high school Dec. 12 WALSH CATTLE MARKETING ASSOCIATION 500 Head Bred Yearlings 50 Head Bred 2 Year Olds Ranch Quality Pregnancy Tested 80 Head Feeder Yearlings 100 Head Feeder Cows Sale Starts Nov. 10th p.m. J. ALBERTA PHONE 937-2424 COALDALE The annual carol spon- sored by the Coaldale Home and School has Awards won PINCHER CREEK Lloyd A. a student at the Southern Alberta Institute of was a five-award winner at the 20th annual SAIT Awards Dinner and held in the Jubilee Auditorium at Calgary. A student in surveying he received the Alberta Land Surveyors Association Riley's Data Share Interna- tional Limited Schol- Queen Elizabeth Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas Company Ltd. and Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas Company Ltd. Technical Award. Another student from Pincher artist Jack received the Heinz Jordan Memorial Schol- Alberta Distillers Ltd and the Cultural Assistance Award. KINGSTON'S been set for Dec. and at 7.30 p.m. It will be held each evening in the Kate Andrews High School auditorium. Mrs. Dave Overn is the committee chairman. It is anticipated many church school choral groups and bands will be par- ticipating. The association agreed to give for a rythmn band also to pay for the bean both for the Grades 1 and 2 at the R I. Baker School. The Kate Andrews Stage Band will receive for t- shirts from the association. A band for which the association had applied to the provincial Educational Oppor- tunity was not approved. Necessary guidelines were not program officials informed the association The grant was to go towards the establishment of a com- munity school bnad with the joint co-operation of four Coaldale schools. Miss Jacquelyn speech therapist with the Barons Eureka Health spoke to members. Peter principal of the John Davidson spoke on grants for kindergartens under Early Education Services. Farmers should make use of elevators near them EDMONTON One solution to averting the closure of small country elevators would be to have fanners pay more to deliver to an elevator near them Herald- District Cranbrook voters have full slate CRANBROOK Mayor Maurice Klinkhamer retires from office Dec. 31 after four years as mayor of Cranbrook. Aspiring to the office are former alderman Ty a and Andrew M. a planer worker at Crestbrook Industries Ltd. Mr. Bjorn describes himself as a He is a former building former industrial arts teacher and was a graduate of the Cranbrook High School 16 years ago. He has resided here since 1970. Mr. Colgur resigned from council half way through his second term. He is a native of studied at universities ot Toronto and British Colum- bia for degrees in commerce and law. He came here in 1967 to join the firm of Hislop and Lazenby. He has headed Knights of the local branch of the Canadian Mental Health and the Cranbrook Projects Society. Mr. Colgur has publicly op- posed disclosure of business interests by public now under legislative con- sideration. He says it is detrimental to professional people who seek municipal of- fice. Aspiring to the one-year council vacancy from Mr Colgur's resignation are former aldermen Stephan office manager for Lazenby and who dropped off council three years and Robert Wilson of B.C. defeated in his try for a second term. Arts club sessions set 'COALDALE The Coaldale Arts and Crafts club is sponsoring the following workshop sessions- to- day and Nov. 22. Phentex flower-making- Nov. 15. Macrame- Nov 29 All sessions are to be held from7to9p.m in the arts and crafts room in the Coaldale Sportsplex. raised PINCHER CREEK Irvine past-president of the Pincher Creek Lions recently presented raised by club to Joe chairman of the communitv hall board. The board is seeking ad- ditional funds to help with a hall air-conditioning project. BONE CHINA CUPS and SAUCERS DINNERWARE to Off BELLEEK CHINA OFF STONE RINGS V2 PRICE DIAMOND RINGS ALL JEWELLERY CRYSTAL VASES PRICE OFF SOME LINENS AT SACRIFICE PRICES Sato Until art SoW ALL STEMWARE Vl SILVER HOLLOWARE ViOFF Locttwl hi Tmporiry PruRlsis it tin liti NtMiw's JMtHsry Stm FORT ALBERTA Report your news The Uthbridge Herald CorrespORdant in Your Area MONARCH MM.JACOIMKKEN MOUNTAIN VIEW MM. MAXINI HANSON NANTON MRS. MANY MNSON B.C. MR.PAULCHALA NEW DAYTON MMt.lLTONDUILL MM-mwAftTMEITH NOBLEPORD IMS. QOftDON LUCHIA Contact ItMMptopto tor your Dbtrtet Seeking three two-year council terms are. aldermen Art Beresford and Alex O. M. C. G. former city Ron former and Rick mall manager and veteran member of the Sam Steele Days committee. Seeking school board seats are incumbent Dorothy Ronald Dr. Oswald and ex- Saskatchewan Rough Rider football player Reg Whitehouse Rural two-year trustee Ron Brown of Moyie was re-elected by acclamation. Posts in dam concern MD PINCHER CREEK The secretary of the Pincher Creek MD will en- quire about the legal aspects of fence posts sticking out of the Waterton the MD council decided Tuesday. The spurred by a delegation of five farmers headed by Gail Bonertz of the Fishbourne area south of will be directed to the upcoming convention of the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts The farmers use the dam for watering their stock and their fences run into the reser- voir. At high water the posts are covered and at low water they are on dry land. The farmers are worried what their liability would be if an accident should involve water skiers or boaters on the reservoir rather than truck the grain many miles to a larger delegates at United Grain Growers annual meeting were told Wednesday. The 350-delegates at the 67th annual meeting were told that during the 1972-73 crop the company's country elevator system realized only a 2.6 per cent return on its investment and is not basic reason for the earnings problem is that revenues derived from handl- ing and storage charges in many cases are inadequate to cover the directors said in their annual report. result is that for several years your country elevator system has been liv- ing off low capitalization and operating costs and high grain At recent meetings of the Canadian Grain Commission on applications for increases in storage and handling UGG was the only grain-handling firm that did not ask for specific rate maintaining that a complete revison of the system was needed to ac- curately reflect the costs of cleaning and storing grain. The UGG in their said there is siderable in a tariff structure under which max- imum tariffs are such that charges can be varied ac- cording to whether an elevator handles a little or a lot of grain. This would mean that there would be some incentive for a farmer to haul his grain to the most efficient elevator. A company spokesman said this could mean that a farmer may have a small elevator near him because of its capacity and higher operating costs compared with a larger elevator several it would cost perhaps two cents more a bushel to have the small elevator handle his grain. would be something like paying a little extra for A. M. UGG in his annual said the average elevator managers' wages plus benefits is about and tax average on each elevator. means given a 60 per cent stocks-m-store a handling of about .bushels is needed just to meet these two he said. Under last year's record conditions when handlings were increased 55 per cent compared with 10 years Mr. Runciman said some 23 of the firm's 759 elevators across the prairies and Northeastern British Columbia handled less than bushels. Mr. Runciman said there is no doubt the-number of elevators in the system will to The firm operates elevators at 96 points in 190 in 203 in Alberta and three in B.C. They have a total capacity of 64 million bushels. 6 relocate to new lodge PINCHER CREEK The new senior citizens' lodge in the Crowsnest Pass has taken six residents of the Crestview Lodge leaving the local lodge with 34 the Pincher Creek MD council learned Tuesday. With the decrease in local lodge an operating deficit of was shown for September RETIREMENT and RECREATIONAL COMMUNITY Anglemont Estates B.C. On Beautiful Shunvap Halfway between Calgary and just oft Trans-Canada Highway Please Mail me Information and Brochure NAME........................ 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