Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
'Passiwords 300 feet of water line placed each day at 'Pass BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Work is progressing satis- factorily on the new water- line at Blairmorc. Construction of Pin- cher Creek, laying the line, re- port progress of approximately 300 feet a day and the com- pany is hoping to complete the digging within two weeks. The si.x, eight, and 10-inch lines being installed will re- place the former 12 inch stave pipe. The work which has necessi-, tated digging up the main street in Blairmore, has in- volved detouring heavy sum- mer traffic hut no major in- converiencos have been report- ed. Those portions of the high- way disturbed arc expected to be resurfaced early this fall. Bill Morris elected by Sparwood merchants Wetlnatday, Augusl 18, 1971 THE tfTHBRIDOE HIRALO Six will serve NATAL (UN'S) Sparwood and District Chamber of Com- merce recently appointed Bill Morris president. Mac Ashcroft was ejected membership chairman. The membership drive will be undertaken shortly. Wayne Omalchuck was elect- ed program committee chair- Ken Stanley. Meeting dates were set by the directors as the second Thursday of each month for directors and the fourlh Thurs- dav for members. The next regular meeting of Hie chamber will be held Aug. CAMP WOODS OtD HOMESTEAD GROUP AND SCOUTER WEEKE5 2filll. The membership committee man. He will be assisled bv i established a general member- Al Fox of Fording Coal and by I ship fee of S50 per individual. ribbon-culling Sparwood .school will held on September 17 [VOW that camp is here we arc, all over, brown healthy, hard as nails and hungry as ever. What have you learned this summer? Yes. it is time to lake stock, nol only cooking gear which you can make or buy. Quite often you can salvage old sluff about to be thrown away. Today's camper takes as lil- lle cooking equipment as pos- up lop. I PINC1IER CREEK (.Special) At lhe lecenl town council meeting, six persons indicaled willingness lo serve on the pro- posed police commission. They arc: Ralph Orvis, Mary Uuilowski, Mary Goodreau, Dr. Teran, Ted Scoll and Tom Wheeler. A motion was made that a board of police commissioners be created, consisting of a member of the town council and two residents in consulta- tion with the attorney general. Discussion took place on a mobile home sub-division. Mr. Adderly of the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission will be asked lo attend and give his views and opinions on the mailer. Sgt E.. Todd requested that a radar set he purchased for use by the town detachment ol the RCMP. The agricultural society was given permission lo use vacant lots across Lhe street from the gronids for e parking lol and j starling area for the parade. It was decided nol lo buy a SHOPPING MALL Tober Mayor H. Avery turns the first spade of earth, breaking ground for a three-business shopping mall on 48lh Ave. belween 51s1 and 52nd slrcels. The SI development will be an addition to the east side of How's IGA pood- liner. It will house an extension to the present store in addition to o Department Store and an un- named satellite business. With Mr. Avery at the sod turning ceremony are Adam Melz of Melz Construction lid., Waller Richardson of Nipowin, Sask., left, and Roy How, president of J. K. Foods tld. Completion is set for early October. Motorcycles idll race went home wilh a prize for some endeavour. With plenly of helpers and a fine program like i rMr' It was. al Vauxhall you really have a felt a could bc mA more camp and that keeps Scouting accurately by Mr. Henes. Ai-nllln Potl-l-inn flro of gear, gadgets and games but i sible. Foil is a wonderful help, j To tnosc, wno so Roon Archie Petrone, fire chief. was given permission to o! cookery foil cooking, ka j but make sure it is the heavier NATAL (IINb'l The minis- lei of educalion will nol Iw able to officially open the Sparwood Secondary School. The Fernie school board de cided Ihe besl dale for the opening would be Sept. 17. Trustees have invited the min- islei of education to appoint his subordinates lo attend Ihe opening. Siro Cimolini was appointed lo the position of parl-lime cus- todian al Ihe Sparwood Ele- menlary School. The board has sel aside a budget to cover the purchase oi a new 07-passcngei bus. Tcn- The transportation commil- Ice w a s empowered to make the necessary decision. The board also learned at the meeting that the recenl changes in the unemployment insurance service will cost the board an additional S4.700 next year. This represents the board's share of improved benefits offered to employees. Maintenance supervisor Bob Craig recommended the pur- chase of the new liailer for a teacherage in Sparwood and the moving of another trailer from Sparwood lo Baynes Lake to be use d as a leachcrage ders for the project close Sepl. I there. Druu store makes come-back bobs, the old bean hole, fireless cooking and reflector fires. Do you ever help mother by using Ihe barbecue to make a dinner on wash day? The "do it yourself approach lo many things is the most fun. Be like a scientist and improvise, even experiment. You must know through prac- lice what changes occur in food when it is cocked. Cooking a meal is not hard. Nothing is more silly than Ihe Scout or Cub who cooks one. thing, eats it and then goes on to cook the next meal and eat it. The ordinary meal calls for meal, potatoes, bread and jam as a minimum, plus cocoa or some other drink. Get this type of meal down pat wilh various methods do nol always fry meat for example but. and GKT TIMS, have everything READY to s ervc. for yourself, or others, al ONE TIME. Mind type. Even (hen, it is wise lo Luck double it. Especially should you watch the folding at the edges of your foil packet. Fold twice or even three times. Now coin- mil this to hot coals, first at- tending lo salting, adding short- ening, separating the meat with potatoes, carrots or onions. Baked polaloes in lhe coals aro good. loo. You do no want flam- ing fuel but just hot coals. Have these ready beforehand. The common briquets used in patio barbecuing are easy to use. Just get them started on fire a half hour early. Pieces of waxed milk cartons are useful if you have no fire starter. Leave plenty of room between to allow draft. A cook- ing fire need nol be large. Use a flat rock or built up reflector for your fire. A pork or beef roast may be suspended by a strong wire or even a length of strong butcb- Iheir sluclies we say, "Good CHEEK (Special) resume' number of members I event of lhe Pincher a while shadow on the fire brigade to 20. Sub- ject lo approval being given by Ibe Municipal District No. 9, Mr. Pelrone's salary will be in- creased from S340 to S500. i U1 L1J ft JCIJgllJ UI >1LI UJJg IJULL-JT you. Uns calls for jusl enough er-s slring ri hL whcrc lhe re. BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Michael Finn Pharmacy, destroyed by fire earlier lliis year, will reopen at its original site in an entirely new prem- ises. The new phnr mac y, cover- den Clark ing square feet, will em- ploy a staff of five Opening dale is set for Sept. j 1 with a grand opening later in. the month. The pharmacy has g been operating in a temporary ATTJ location since the fire. j Elkford poses school problem NATAL (HjNSl Trustees of the Fernie school district aie faced with the problem ol Elk- ford, whcrc even Cominco. the I building modules are already GfM.NWI fUNS) The Wil- low Creek Light Horse Cl'.'b Basarab, said the i he" ice foundations for Ihe Iwo projects Miller as -1 Lcthbriilpo Frank have been installed and (he largest employer there so far. on site. He expects them lo be can give no accurate figures as ready by Scpl. 7. I wfls cnl lo expected school population, j The board has a six-i oom portable school on lhe grounds of Isabella Dicken School in Fernie. It is destined for re- moval lo Elkford soon. If this is nol enough class- room space, lhe board will be compelled to rent Glkford's community hall. A six-room addition at Spar- wood and a two-room addition Also on lhe urgent list is a four-room addition lo Ridge- mont School in Fernie. The board has resolved its differences wilh Cominco on price of lhe land and services. Cominco had originally s e I a lenlative price of MO.000. After discussing Ihe matter, bolh sides accepted a figure of OOC with Cominco also agree- Following Ihe grand entry. fleeted heat hits it. The weight causes the siring lo twist and untwist slowly roasting lhe meat evenly. Or you may be happy to make a kaboh, a moderately strong sharp stick with alter- nate chunks of meat, vege- tables like potato, carrot, onion, and even cheese. Rotate this over coals SLOW- LY. Even lough stew meat gels lhat tender barbecue texture. For fish, splil a round of fire- wood and peg filletts of the fish to lhe flat surface. You may prefer lo do fish in foil. Remember however that fish does nol take vciy long lo cook. You should try a TWIST which is made from a biscuit IRON Mr. and at Jaffray secondary may nol ing lo supply service as far as 'be ready lerm. in lime for lhe new the boundary property. of the school "Puss scbools open Scpl. 1 the first event was lhe judging dough and wrapped around the class in which each member anri PTul nf a had lo .judge four horses The winners in this class wil be no- tified Irtcr. In other classes Ihe winners were as follows: brood mare sliow- class. Marilyn Thorn; manship and grooming, Pan] Hansma. Shcri Clark, Karen Moser. Ivy Morgan. Monty Wesley. Cindv Western pleasure class A. Kevin Pole. Shcri Clark, Monly Wesley. Belli Cornish. Cornish. peeled and greased end of fom-foot green willow or poplar. Rotate slowly over' hot coals. When done this slides off easily lo be filled with butter and jam. All these suggestions may be carried oul on your home bar- I becue or habachi. Make your own forks, kabob holders. j from stout lengths of thick bell wire sharpened. i Have a pah' of old leather Fave' gloves to save jour hands around the cooking fire. Wire BLAIRMORK (CNP Bin caul Cro'vsnesl ;s School Di- al the regular lime Sept. 1. Crowsnesl Pass Consolidated High will open at while Western pleasure class B. i handles on large cans make Paul Ilansma. Belly boiling pols. One last word is M a r y McDonald.' Marilyn niE UCCP enough to avoid Thorn." Mike DeForest. i roots lhat fire may creep vision No. fx) schools will open others will open at 9. Pollution survcv is under wav NATAL (HNS1) A pollution survey, commissioned by the Regional District of ICasl Koo- lenay, began early in August. II will be carried oul by Reid, Carruthcrs, a firm of consult- ing engineers hired by I be RDEK. The firm will review the provincial government would allow the expenditure of funds for Ihe purpose arose when Ihe deputy minister of municipal affairs, .James Baird, wrote lo ask why the board had budgelcd for work lhat would duplicate what the Western cquilrtion Kevin Pole, Monty Shcri Clark. Belli Faye Cornish. Western equitation Paul Ilansma, Ivy applications lo the pollution' provincial government is doing however, no reply came in the RDEK's answering letter, so lhe survey will proceed. control branch by area firms and individuals. Some question as lo whclhci' Speech therapist OJer visits folks al Stirling STIRLING (UN'S) rhillip child he hurl difficulty ii-illi his Belly Mackiii. Mary McDonald. Marilyn Thoin. Trail ride class A. Faye Cornish. Shcri Clark, Kevin Pole, Belli Cornish, Monly Wesley. Trail rifle c-lass D. Paul llansma. Ivy Morgan. Marilyn Thorn, Mike De Forest. Belly M.tcktn, Mary McDonald. class A, I along. Do make sure your fire Wesley. I is OUT when you arc done. Cornish' These days the fire hazard is so high lhat NO OPEN1 HIKES class B. are allowed in lhe foiest re- Morgan, serves. VauxlijiU's Seoul Troop is one year old and a very suc- cessful camp was lhe happy wind-up. Sonic 13 Scouts and 2.1 Wolf Cubs had a full week, the campsite being al Ibc Smith Mlrerta Biblr Camp. Reining pattern class A, Sheri Clark, Faye Cornish, j lUoiily Wesley. I English pleasure class A and R. Paul llansma. Shcri Clark. Beth Cornish. Karen Miner. English ecniilalion class A j and B. Belli Cornish. Paul llansma. Shcri Clark and Kar-1 came when Ihcy could, en MOSCT Key figure ill any camp In western riding, the ribbon The Iroop was under canvas, the Cubs in the cabins. .Directing Ihe camp was Scoutcr Wally Martin with Roll Waddle. Dale Hunter and Cor- nit J.OCWMI as assistants. Cub leaders were Mrs. Belly Fi'irscn and Sharon Martin. (iroufi commillre chairman Harry Hiinniiip was in camp every night and other lathers Oler, n professor al Slnle College, Chico. Chico I speech and now helps m a n y 1 Calif.. and his- family have been vi.sil- i hip narprls, Mr. and Mrs .-M O'er. Mi. Oler, a native of Stirling, graduated from lhe Stirling High School and obtained a bachelor's and master's degree in speech thcT.''pv Irom Hrig ham Ynuiii! linivcrsily. As a for the highest points was re- ceived by Shcri Clark and sec- will- such problems. (o Paill first wa.s with: ma. His work handicapped minors bul for the past few years he lias been inst'Mmental in establishing a speech nnd hearing progrnm al the Ciiico College. fie and his wife Linda, a gra- duate in social work, .spoke here. In English riding, Paul Hans- ma received the ribbon for high points nnd Shcri Clark was second. Paul HMIIMIIII ivcon evi ibo highest [mints for Ilic iner-all show and Slioi'i Clark was sec nnd. the cook. Miss Tina Tonge was invaluable in this capacity with mothers lo assist driving oul each day. Those in camp held open hou.se one afternoon with cof- fee and doughnuli for all com- ers. The last morning was dc- voled to sports while others binku camp. Special prizes woic won by Tern Krirksiin, IH'an Krickson j and Driiiiis iMarliii. Each boy tIEUT.-GOV. GRANT MacEWAN AND JACK Candidates to speak at Taber TABER (HNS) Taber- Warner constituency candi- Creek and District Agricultural dales will speak at a political Frir is motorcycle races start- ing at 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 21 at the agricultural grounds race track The Lelhbridcc Molorevcle forum arranged by the Taber Chamber of Commerce for 3 p.m. Friday at the W. R. My- ers High School here. The public is invited to hear Club will be in attendance and Ihe presentations and offer races will be for bikes from j questions to candidates Doug- 100 c.c. to 500 c.c. las Miller. Social Credit incum- Tliere will be or.e heal every i: bail; and Robert J- Bogle for half-hour, alternated with pony j the Progressive Conservative chariot races. The events are Parly, open to anyone. Pool lighted STIRLING (HNS) Follow- ing a report from the lifeguards to (he village fathers that there was insufficient light for night swimming. Calgary Power in- stalled a new service close to the diving area of the pool. SON IS GUEST SPRINGS (IINS) Mrs. Frank Uyeda Chamber president Lee D. Mills will act as forum moder- ator. have as their guest their son, George Uyeda, of Toronto. Farewell supper GRANUM (HNS) The con- gregation of the Granum Luth- eran Church recently held a farewell supper for Pastor and Mrs. Neumann and family at the church. On behalf of the congrega- tion, Eddie Jorgenson present- ed a gift and a purse of money to the honored guests. Mr. Neumann and his family have left for Kitimat, B.C. A TERRIFIC BUY! 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