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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta YOUNG VOYAGEURS Local exchange students left Monday -for Frank Koch, Jerry Kovacs, Hartley Leppard, Tom Olson; Church- o visit to Renfrew, Ontario. The 21 students include: Catholic Central High School, Carol Huculak, Suzanne Kaupp, Maria PaduJa, Rodney Huszar, Adrian Vander Fluit; LCI, Darcy Graham, Dwaila Harvie, Beth the youths on the expedition. Johnston, Jean Johansen, Val Paterson, Gladys Nagy, David Annand, I High School, Rhonda Martinuk, Yvonne Wince, Ken Humphreys, Dieter Wit-ike and Bruce Chudobiak. Dr. and Mrs. Rilph F. Oler will travel with Food additives J- A. JL f I UUU, BY ELIZABETH BARTMAN, Barbecuing fish on your nex fishing trip would be a time! treat. The cooking technique HOME ECONOMIST be barbecued on a spit if pro erly trussed. Close the cavii and head opening with of local hi adaptable to meat placed ii the picnic hamper, just in cas the fish aren't biting that day Fish cooks quickly in les time than it takes to grill vcge tables and breads. It is cookec when the flesh is opaque anc flaky throughout. When done at 1 inch intervals lace securely with twine. Ti more twine around the entir length and width of the fis at several intervals. Put fish on spit, baste wii oil and cook until done. (A pound fish takes 15 to 20 Christian Science testimony meeting Wednesday at p.m. in church auditorium, 1203 4 Ave. S. Everyone (CP) The president of Canada Packers Ltd. says chemical food additives have been treated with "the horror story approach" but that in reality they have helped to build a bigger and healthier so- this point and served For spit barbecuing, ately fish is a gourmets' treat There are various means briquets (about 3 deep behind the Centre a the Original F. McLean, speaking to the Canadian Institute of Food cooking fish beside lake beneath the and Senior Citizens said current trends stream. Besides frying in the Coals wishing to attend the organic farming and pan over a bonfire there portions or s m a ab Keho Lake on habits were comparable more sophisticated ways fish may be wrapped are requested to meet planned famine. foil and roasted centre could scarcely feed our- Grill Barbecuing Space over the coals. Thin the bus at 10 a.m. A on this continent without briquets inch apart over take only five minutes is prepared for the use of chemical fertilizer. area slightly larger than steaks or small fish a pot-luck dinner will talk glibly about eliminating to be covered by the inch thick take about 10 me from agricultural grease the grill well and will be held and returning to so- the fish. Fillets, steaks Potatoes in Sports organic farming seems to small whole fish may be sized baking 7 to 9 p.m. st'm BUS nonsense. In developing directly on a grill or cooked well. Dry. Rub skins to Keho call it literally means tak- a hinged wire butter or margarine. food out of the mouths of Cubes of firm-fleshed fish (salmon, halibut, lake potato in double thick ness aluminum foil. Place Mr. McLean said frequent wMtefish, and arctic char) and turn (CP) between synthetic be assembled on oiled are done when s natural food substances and barbecued kabob soft when pressed with more than a century a be exposed "for the Spit Barbecuing gloved thumb (45 to agency for destitute they are." fish, stuffed or unstuffed, When done, slip children, poisons are just as Tn ano cut potato m ootn rectum Press gent y to break open, season wit butter or margarine, salt Care Services. The name was changed to avoid any im-jlicatton that the homes as nieir syncncuc oupu-cates and nature is not always he said. Some additives were essential love Protestants only, added to prevent nu- Vegetables Director Betty ieficiencies and the use variety of Alberta these additives could be washed, peeled and cut to cook in about the Place on foil, add salt >epper and butter to taste ,Vrap using the drug-store canoe fold to seal in the juices 3lace on coals turning occa for city n by pressing with exciting canoeing people interested in the A fingers (20-30 through the will meet in advance of the 1 C C Open by folding back August 9, beginning date to make having serve in the foil package Beware Wet Never store charcoal in a damp for 10 days as a part of the Community Summer Program. A wilderness excursion plans. To register for the trip, interested persons are asked to call 323-8021 or con- other when or any other place where it is likely to get British Columbia, the circle canoe trip will follow tlie Lethbridge Community Summer Program office at the news is could burn your house down Vet charcoal, like wet hay, British Columbia governmental campsites placed Memorial Centre. Applicants will be contacted by tele- combustible and in along to arrange a date for the ventilated sprit it cai gnile spontaneously. So if meeting. gets wet during a route is irequenuy used n the summer by get rid of it because it could cause a fire weeks all over North America. )ne of the best features of classes is do JACKPOT 16 GAMES IETHBRIDGE IDENTIFICATION Don't let service men, have to be expert can-oists in the sense of river canoeing. All but nine miles of youth by IODGE inspectors, or repair lakes, your home unless you termed to scries of informal crafts EVERY THURS-8 identification from arc being planned they must ie in ;11 interested persons by LETHBRIDGE FISH GAME health to take part be-ause there are seven miles of portages if added all c :aff of Messenger, en informational organization for youth involvement in the city. D 1 y A A WEDNESDAY Dmyy ATS the longest one being two first meeting will be held tonight at 8 p.m. in the Messen- IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. 4l 1 n J Af If POT II MIIMRCPC CDCC f BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes -P 1 IU 33 rKCB V-AKUi 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and 12th) in 7 NO CHIIDREN UNDER IfFTI LADIES' AUXILIARY CANADIAN yfl BINGO Wednesday at 8 p.m. WV Air Conditioned Memorial J ta c sJ J? 1st Gcimo oth Game 'th Game Jticlcpol 8lh Game in 7 ll If 4th Game Not Wan. lOlh Game 1 15 Game Blackoutt for in 55 Numbers or lucky Draw Extra Cards Door Prize Standard Games Doubled if Won In 7 v in first 12 W" TICKET GIVEN TO WINNERS OF ALL EVERYONE home early. ..Credit card wear strictly controlled by modern technology. He said the food and regulations jay down strict rule which protect the public and it food from abuse. "A good example of a nutri tional food add.tivc is iodide ir common said Mr. Me Lean. "It has practically elint nated goitre in many parts o this continent." The Canada Packers presi dent blamed sensational pres and television accounts for dis torting the food side of chemi cal food additives. He said the food additive must be treated with cautior and respect and that only thor oughly tested chemicals shouli be added and that the food in dustry should promote accurate and straightforward information on the subject. Beauty queei sews cloths MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) Blue-eyed Tony Rayward, Australia's entry in the Miss Universe pageant, brought a dazzling hand- made wardrobe to the contest finals. "They're hand-made she said. "My hands." Toni, shapely 19-year-old daughter of a Sydney me- chanic, never worries about skyrocketing boutique prices' She sews everything, from hot pants to formal gowns. "Australia keeps pace with the fashion the 35-22- 35 dazzler said, "and I man- age to be in style although I've only purchased two ready-made dresses in my life." Miss Universe will be crowned Saturday night, July 24. organized 'Messenger' ger office at the south end of Central School. The purpose of the meeting will be to assess the interest for a program of this type, decide what the pro- gram will consist of, and ar- range an agreeable schedule for future meetings. There will also be a introduc- tion to potato printing, so inter- ested persons are asked to bring a potato and a small knife. Paper and paint will be supplied. Primitive pottery is one area in which workshops will be held if interest is shown. This would involve the finding of clay deposits, which are plenti- ful in this area, making clay articles, and firing them with wood in a primitive outdoor kiln. Other types of arts and crafts which may be studied, are lino-prints, batik, and tic- dyeing. If sufficient interest is shown in the workshops, the staff of Messenger hope to make it a weekly, or bi-weekly event. Tuetday, July 27, 1971 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 11