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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Sunshine co-op seeks gas service for Vulcan farms Herald November 1t7t THI LETHMIDQE HHtALD-11 District VULCAN Fifty two dis- trict farmers learned how rural gas service will become a reality for them when they attended a recent meeting of the Sunshine Gas Co-op at the Vulcan Civic Centre. The co-op's future depends on two thirds participation of Hospital group names officers CARDSTON Mrs Lois Larson recently was i-lccted president of the Cardston Municipal Hospital Auxiliary. She replaces retiring presi- dent Mrs May Nish Mrs Pearl Paton was elected vice Mrs. Mabel Gareau. secretary. Mis Keva and Mrs. Selma Sache. entertainment. Mrs Bernice Holland is in charge ol the counter Mrs Alice Crabtree and Mrs Norma Woolf head the program committee. Mrs. Lucy Jones is in ol publicity Mrs. Reatha Stoddard represented the auxiliary as a delegate to the Alberta Hospital Auxiliary Associa- lion convention at Calgary. the service area and the results ol the feasibility study. Provisional board chairman John Green oi the Herronton district and Hoy con- sulting engineer with the Calgary firm. Plastex Pipeline Systems -Ltd.. reviewed the progress of plans to date Also attending was 'Lawrence Yeomans of lilackie. secretary of the provisional board Installation costs must not be more than per customer plus a government ol up to otherwise it will have to be renegotiated. It could amount to million enterprise. Management would be com- prised ol a permanent ex- ecutive and about 12 directors. A letter ol intent has been signed with Plastex said Mr Green. Kootenay CUPE locals want pay increase I- RRNIK Canadian Union ol Public Kmployees locals in Kast and West Kootenays are asking lor a per hour increase in a one year agree- ment as well as 24 proposals covering amendments to agreements. These range from union shop clauses to fringe benefit improvements and changes in grievance procedures. All agreements concerned end Keb 28. 1974 Involved are CUPE locals and 1276. Municipalities attected include Trail. Nelson. Grand Forks. Rossland. War- lield. Castlegar. Monlrose. Creston. Fernie Nelson student nurses seek union standing CKANBROOK Secrecy ol a campaign aimed to include 17 practical nursing students as classification for I'nion of Hospital Employees The South in short Library has new books STIRLING Book- selection committee Mrs. June Darryl Nilsson and Mrs 'Helen McGlenn made purchase ol 95 new books lor the village library. Secretary ol the library committee All red Zaugg says there are now books available. The village librarian is Mrs Thelma Perrett 'Pass man in peace force BLAIRMORE liurcaui Cpl. David Bias. ol Emjl Bias and the late VIr.s Bias.' is one ol the Cana- han Peace .Cprps members .vho left lor service in Egypt He is the first man from the Vowsnesl Pass to serve on his mission He served for three years with the Canadian Army Signal Corps. 4'i years with the Paratroopers in Ed- monton and recently com- pleted a radio transmission course with the army in eastern Canada. Cpl Bias was born in Blairmo're. Nobleford curlers to start NOBLKFORD .'urlmg will begin here Nov Jti members ol the Nobleford Ice Centre decid- at the recent annual neeting Elected directors lor two a-ar terms were Richard .John Warmink. Jr.. and Luchia. The Nobleford Curling Club has elected George H. Todd piesidcnt. Donations will be accepted lor the proposed hockev rmk Sewage pump replaced STIRLING I HNS I Anew and larger lilt pump is being installed lor the sewage dis- posal svslem This new system will care lor double the number of ser- vices now in use. Oldtimer marks 86 years BLAIRMORE liureaul Rinaldo Kumagalli. a Blairmore old- i imer. marked his 86th birth- lay recently at a family held at the home of a son-in-law and daughter. Mr. md Mrs Harold Morency and lamih. Attending the affair were another son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe i Hticcai Lencucha of a son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs. Tony Fumagalii ol Bcllevue. and 11 of their 18 grandchildren Legionaire for life COLEMAN Wally veteran lember of the Coleman ranch ol the Royal Canadian was honored recently when Al Krywoll. first vice president of the Coleman presented him with a life a 35-year pin and a past district com- ma badge -r-. Report your news fo. The Lethbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area STIRLING MRS.F. B.ZAUQO ..................................7M-M24 TABER ROSSQISB TURIN MRS. PAUL JUHAft .................................7M-4M4 TYRELL'S LAKE MM. HOWARD HAMLINa ...........................M2-UU VAUXHALL ft. W. POWtftS ................................M4-1IM WARNER MM.MAHLUHCI.T...............................M2-M10 SPARWOOD MM. MOLLY LATKA ................................4H-M17 Contact these people for your Otstrict News or Classified Advoillolng bargaining wilhin Cranbrook Distnct Hospital's wage contiact has raised sparks here The students are among 51 women enrolled in the Kootenav Vocational School at They are now in the practical hospital learning ol their course leading to Licensed Practical Nursing certification. This phase includes hospital floor work under professional in-training supervision. The union apparently contends these practical ser- sices should earn pay lor the student at the minimum hour- ly wage The school maintains the work is education oiiented toward professional and not under hospital management super- The Labor Relations Board lias been asked by. an arbitra- tion committee to rule whether the students are hospital employees or not and Sparwood. Also involved are the Rossland Trail Goll the Trail Parks Commission and the Hossland Civic Activities Association. Auxiliary secretary from South CARIJSTON Rcatha Stoddard ol Cardston was elected secretary of the Hospital Auxiliary at the recent convention field in the Jubilee Auditorium at Calgary Mis Ian Morris ot Ed- monton was elected president. Mrs. S. B. Thorson. 1st vice president. Babuick. 2nd vice president and Miss McBnde. cor- responding secretary. There are 78 hospital aux- iluuies in the province af- lilidted with the provincial auxiliary Fifty two ol these were represented with 100 delegates present The convention chairman was immediate past presi- dent Mrs R. T Robinson of Slides and a talk were given Or J K Shepherd on gas- Irocnterologv. Dr. Peter spoke on plastic and osmelic surgery A film. In- novations in Blood Transfu- sion was screened Nancy Green. Fred VV formerly oi Lelhbndgc. spoke on volunteeis and their impor- tance Mrs F T Wood reported horn the education com- mittee The workshops were under this committee. There will be a southern i egiona 1 meeting at Lothbndge Dec 7 Greyhounds shiver in their short-hair coats Hounds control coyotes By D'ARCY RICHARD Herald District Editor GRANUM When a greyhound leaps out in great bounds after a coyote at the Granum Hutterite Colony it's all over very quickly. a short stretch he can just about double the speed on a says John field man for the colony. We looked at the hounds. They were shivering in their pen. Always they looked even more shivering there in their short hair coats. Then we went over to a little house. Sixteen coyotes were hanging on the a spike through each nose. At the end of the line were two red foxes. greyhounds get says Mr. Tschetter. we can get within half a mile or one-quarter of a they catch How do they catch him by the tail and they both This Hutterite colony is hear the Porcupine Hills and the hills are a real stamping ground for coyotes. geese talk all night. This brings the coyotes down close to the buildings. One morning we went out and saw 70 turkeys. Some were half dead. Some were dead. They were scattered all over the place. Just But how can Huttentes shoot The brethren don't have guns. Mr. Tschetter have the same problem in colonies up north. We went up there and they use hounds. So we got some One recent morning he spotted eight coyotes. They were less than one-quarter of a mile from the buildings. Eight of them. The hounds got four that day. was just right when it was getting says Mr. Tschetter. enough daylight to see. You can spot them easy against the A few days later he spotted nine in the same place. them right from the place he says.' didn't go looking for them. Got four got what a went right through the neighbor's yard with the hounds right on his tail but he ducked through the trees and got away They keep coming back. One night the pig man saw one sitting in the snow. The moon was shining. He chased him with a stick. oh says the field man. chief he used to lose lambs like anything. Some years they would take as many as 16 lambs. He couldn't even go for dinner. If he left and come one would be Now the red foxes are moving into the country. think the fox is worse than the coyote. He is pretty sneaky. One morning we went down and 40 ducks were dead. That lime it wasn't a coyote and it wasn't a fox. It was a bobcat. Spotted his tracks in the mud beside the dugout. the hounds on. They got her too. was up in a tree but she made one mistake. She jumped down. She was going to the next tree but she didn't make Transport employees have 65-member local Sewer line Borger Construction Company Ltd. of Calgary is installing an sewer trunk line along Claresholm's 4th St. The sanitary sewer will run from the new subdivision at former fair grounds to the airport lagoon. About feet of pipe has been installed to date. CRANBROOK The Transport Employees I'nion now has a chartered local here with 65 members Locomotive engineer Bill Kelding of Cranbrook is Local h chairman Ken Newhouse is vice chairman and David Temple ton has been named secretary treasurer. Organizers are Roger Chorley and Andy Baillergeon The local office is located at 209 9th St. S. Recruitment will continue over the next five months and the local will apply for bargaining rights certification in about two years The union's objective is to oust international unions for bargaining rights for Cana- dian railwavmen. TKCU has 26' chartered Iwals and headquarters at London. Ont. Sixteen ot the 17 unions now certified are international They range through running 11 ados to non-operating ser- vices TKCU is seeking a single national union. Councillor acclaimed STIRLING llarlev was the only nominee lor the position of a village councilman and will fill the of- fice by acclamation. This vacancy occurred when past councilman Robert I'erretl moved to Lethbridge. District calendar The Blairmore Lions Club will erect a public Christmas card on main street next week. Persons wishing to have their names placed on the card may do so by contributing to the Lions' Christmas Card fund. Funds raised Irom the project are used by the club for local chanties plans have been completed for a Vulcan United Church Women's to be held in the church basemen I Saturday Vulcan Girl Guides are still looking lor a leader. Guides and Brownies met recently to organize the 1973-74 season un- der the guidance ot Brown Owl Johanna Smith. Tawny Owl Ruth Grey Owl Mary Thomas and Cub leader Vllan McAskile Socred MLA Ray Speaker will visit towns in his constituency next week. He will be in Barons Monday. Champion Tuesday. Vauxhall Wednesday. Lomond Thursday. Vulcan Friday and Mosslcigh and Arrowwood Saturday the Cardston Fire Department will hold its annual ball Saturday at the Royal Canadian Legion hall.. I he Granum and District Recreation Board will hold its annual meeting Monday at 8 p m in the community hall In they say C.C. It's Andalusia for the truest and San Sebastian for the most skillful but for the finest You find it just about everywhere in Canadian Club. It's nice to know the world can get together about something. Around the when people think of the they think finnt HIM fe ik of Canadian Club. ____________________________ In Tht In 17 Afghanistan. Algeria. Belgium. Brazil. Canary Christmas Costa Curacao. Denmark. Dominican Ecuador. Ethiopia. Finland. France. Greenland. Grenada. Hong India. Indonesia. Iran. Iraq. Ireland. Israel. Mexico. Nepal. Netherlands. New Guinea. New West Peru. Philippines. Portugal. Puerto Sierra Leone Solomon South Sweden. Turkey. united United Virgin and Zambia Clufc h MttllM and In Wallnnllte toy Hiram Walhtr ;