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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, August IR, 1770 TUP LCTHMIDpe HI-RAlfl Successful Fair Held At Taber TABER (liNS) annual community The 10th fair held Saturday in Taber's new curl- ing arena was considered quite successful, considering the three-year recess since the last fair held in I960, and tlic hot weather1 heating suffered by flowers. Public patronage was very good, though entries were down by one-third from the last bench show. Consistent winners as in Ihc past were Mrs. Delia Easihopc in flowers, vegetables and handiwork sections, and Mrs. Lulah Gibb whose prizes were mainly in Ihc flower section. Mrs. Gibb won the Milton W. Conrad trophy for high aggre- gate in the flower section, while Mrs. Ava Jensen of Barnwell took Hie Wallace McDonald trophy in the gladiolus section. Shimbashi Farms of Barn- well won Ihe Lethbridge Foods Ltd. trophy in tlie potato classes, while Mrs. J. Shim- bashi took the vegetables ag- gregate. Mrs. Ethel Cannady, Mrs. Hazel Price and Mrs. Tomiyama won sugar Betty prizes courtesy Canadian Sugar Fac- tories Ltd. in Uie canning classes, Mrs. Irene Craddock and Mi's. Viola Francis won food hanipci's from the Taber and IGA supermarkets in the baking section, while Hcrna- ricltc Craddock look Ellison's 100 pounds of flour in the junior baking section. In Ihc sowing section, Mrs. Inez Harris and Mrs. Delia Easthope won credit notes from Taber Sewing Centre and Southern Fabrics. Mrs. East- hope also won Hobinson Stores blanket in needlework and Uie Tuber Lady Lions grand aggre- gate trophy. BernaiT Harris took Stedman Stores' lamp in, the knitting section, and Jolm Walker won Ihc Artex merchan- dise in the liquid embroidery class. Awards were presented Sat urday evening by chamber of commerce president elect Lee D. Mills along with awards in the chamber's home bcautifica- tion competition. Special features were exhibits by the department of agricul- ture and the Taber Brush and Palletle Club, a presentation by the Taber Baton Club, and a school fashion show present- ed by Mary Neilson's Ladies Wear shop. Prize Winners At 16th Fair Listed (North Comity Prize winners at Taber's 1G annual community fair wen FLOWER SECTION Mrs Lutoh Gibb chairman. Jam G. Archibald, Lethbridge judging: t ters, three blooms: Bill Pyrch, Mi Myrtle Ferguson. Carnations, bouque Ben Skikiewich. Cosmos: Mrs. J. Biem, Mrs Irene Flickinger. Dahlia small: Mrs. Delia Easihopc (second Dahlias, single Ben Skikiewlc Mrs. Viola Francis. Gladiolus, o spike: MiKe Ohashi, Mrs. Hlsago Oh shl, Mrs. Irene Fllckinger Gladioli) basket: Mrs. Ava Jensen, Bornwe winning the Wallace McDonald troph Marigold, six blooms: Mrs. Lula Gibb, Mrs. Louise. Hansen, Mrs. Elli Prus. Barnwell. Nasturtium, s i blooms: Mrs. Delia Easthope. Pansie one color: Joy Biem, Mrs. J. C. Bier Calvin Biem. Pansise, assorted: Mr Lulah Gibb. Petunias, single rufflet Mrs. Lulah Gibb, Mrs Ethel Canned1 Mrs. Hazel Price. Petunias, singlalities in the East Kootenay, .re in the position of having o government administering treet lighting since B.C. Hydro ought municipal systems, liere is legislation to cover ction of regional districts in liat respect. However, under legislation pverning public utilities, muni- jpalities that have supplied 'ater fo areas outside their oundaries are not allowed, ithout clear" cause, to with- raw that service. The City of ernie will, presumably, be re- uired to continue water ser- ice within the fringe areas, nd it may welt be required to provide water to new buildings, too. Tlie motion to suggest consid- eration of amalgamation by West Femie was opposed by Director E. Taber Sparwood. Mayor R. Lenardon of Fernie abstained. Fire Engine In Prospect TABEH (HNS) A new fire truck for the Municipal District of Taber is in prospect, though the purchase may not be made until 1971. The MD council has budgeted for a now chassis for its fire equipment for 1970, but pur- chase was deferred at last week's meeting of the council when it was considered that a complete new unit might be ad- vantageous. The council therefore direct- ed that costs for a new fire fighting unit for the MD be ob- tained for approval at a later meeting. BIG LOSS Indian Drug and. Pharmaceu- ticals Limited, a public sector indertaking set up with Soviet aid, suffered a loss of according to an offi- cial report presented to Parlia- ment in New Delhi. DELICIOUS BARBECUED SALMON. For a dramatic ond de- licious end-of-summer dish, try barbecued salmon. Straight from our west coast, Margo Oliver (jives expert advice on hovy lo cook it, serve it, and even what equipment is bcsl to use. Enjoy barbecued salmon this weekend o-la Week- end Magazine's famous Food Editor. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE One of Jife's simple joys! Sizzling rashers of bacon to start your day with a smile! You probably don't think too much about what goes on behind the bacon on your plate: about selective breeding of hogs; the care and cost of feeding, transportation, marketing, processing and distiibution. But "bringing home the bacon" is a lengthy and complex business. So is bringing horns to you another of life's everyday benefits electricity. Harnessing this "natural" energy for your home involves specialized skills, equipment, labor, research and development. While the overall cost of living has risen dramatically the price of electricity is still one of today's best bargains. Did you realize that the power used on a farm is, on average, less than one per cent of the total nperating costs? That's something to about when you consider inflation or enjoy the tantalizing aroma of bacon frying! CAL.E3AHY POWER ;