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A MAN
AND
HIS MAP
By Barbara Watson
I’m going to go out on a limb
here, and I’ll find my way without a
map. That’s quite scary, really. I
might fall off the edge of the tree.
Which leads me to the point. Men
like maps. OK, some men like maps.
We could go into percentages here,
but that would be a stab in the dark.
Men, more than women, are likely
to be drawn to the study of maps.
There may be feedback here, but I’ll
stick to my guns. Perhaps my clichés
are indicative that my argument is
casual. Still I have seen men study
an atlas as today’s youth study
Facebook. There’s information in
these maps that they value.You can
keep a man entertained for hours
with a map. That’s been my experience, with a sedentary man, anyway. Here’s an example.
Keith Roth found a 1916 world
map, partly decayed, tacked onto
the wall of a barn somewhere near
Stettler. He rescued it and had it
preserved under glass and then
framed. He knew there was a story
there. The map appeared to be a
square and had a little calendar
attached to it for the year 1916. The
page showing was September,
although it, too, was partly torn and
the letters “ept” were missing. The
map was one of a series given by
Manufacturers Life to their customers, every year since its first year
in business, 1887. It’s a Mercator
projection – the most common flat
map.
My first classroom had such a
map. On the bottom were advertisements for Cadbury chocolate
bars. Maps have been used as
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One puzzle is that Quebec is marked with a larger square than Ottawa
advertising since they could be
printed cheaply and because the
advertisers knew that these drawings of our world were of great
interest to many people, especially
men.
The man they say discovered
our continent, Christopher Columbus, thought he was heading for
and had discovered the fabulous
East, India, perhaps. He obviously
did not know how to read maps,
too arrogant. There is an argument
that he did have maps. The question is how could there be a map if
the place had not yet been discovered? You can read Gavin Menzies’
book 1421 to see some of his
thoughts on the subject, or The
Island of Seven Cities by Paul Chiasson. These men have spent a lot of
time on the subject of maps. They
claim that the Chinese, who had
actually discovered North America
before Columbus, created some of
the earliest maps used by European
explorers. Of course once an idea is
fixed in someone’s brain, it is next to
impossible to uproot it. The two
men above have been mocked for
their novel ideas, but their books
are worth reading. Of course the
Americans would have to change
the name of Columbus Day to the
Zheng He Day. You can check these
ideas, including the discrediting of
the books above, if you spend some
time on the Internet.
What is not in dispute is that
Europeans – most educated Europeans – knew that the world was
not flat. There were globes, which
must have been rare indeed, to
show how the world was shaped.
It’s probably not too difficult to
think that there were many people
around at the time for whom the
world would always remain flat and
for whom the sun revolved around
a stationary earth. The earth was
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Medicine Hat Office
Located at:
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Medicine Hat, AB
Open Monday to Thursday:
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and Friday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Bow Island Office
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Bow Island, AB
Open every 2nd & 4th Wednesday
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Mark’s Towing
Auto Wrecking & Metal Recycling
Used Auto Parts
Free Scrap Car Removal
Free Scrap Metals Removal
We pay $25 - $1000 for scrap cars
Deliver your scrap vehicles and scrap metal to our yard at the
junction of Hwy 41 & Hwy 41A and receive EXTRA CASH. We take old
batteries, radiators, stoves, scrap bikes and steel pipes for recycling.
Ph: 403-581-0454 or 403-548-5576
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Agriculture
FOR SALE: 2, 20 litre pails of
hydraulic oil, Co-op TH synthetic
& Shell Telus 68 $70.00 each.
Phone: (403) 878-3528
FOR SALE: New hydraulic
cylinder, Lion, 2500 psi, 3” bore,
16” stroke $100.00. Phone:
(403) 878-3528
FARM FOR SALE: Farm at
Golden Prairie, Fox Valley, SK. N
1/2 31-15-26 W3. S.W 1/4 1-1627 W3. Buildings, gas revenue.
Phone: (403) 527-2332
Automotive
FOR SALE: 2004 Honda Civic,
2 door, auto, with air, still runs
and drives like new, $2000.00
worth wheels and tires,
$5500.00 obo. Phone: (403)
458-4055
FOR SALE: 2003 Buick Regal,
mint condition, $5200.00 Phone:
(403) 526-5816 or 403-5818109
FOR SALE: Collectors car:
1966 Ford Mustang, dark
navy, good paint, no rust,
73,000 miles, been in
storage 34 years, excellent
condition., asking $12,000.
Phone: (403) 527-8164
FOR SALE: 2003 Saturn Ion,
automatic, 2.2L, 4 doors, runs
and drives good, new shocks,
brakes, hubs, sway bar, linkage,
air, tilt, cruise, cd player, 212,000
km $2700 obo. Phone: (403)
977-3649
FOR SALE: 1967 Nova 4 door,
6 cylinder, automatic, $900.00
obo. Phone: (403) 458-4055
FOR SALE: Set of 4 Hankook
225/60/R16 snow tires, good
condition $225.00 ? Phone:
(403) 487-4805
FOR SALE: 2002 Dodge
Darango SLT, 219,000 km,
newer tires, in good condition,
asking $4800.00 obo. Phone:
(403) 548-3894
FOR SALE: 2009 Chev Aveo,
79,000 km, manual, a/c,
sunroof, like new condition,
$6500.00 obo. Phone: (403)
952-5311
FOR SALE: 1998 GMC SL 1/2
ton 4 x 4 extended cab short
box,
178,000
km,
well
maintained,
all
records
available, $5400.00 obo. Phone:
(403) 580-9922
Garage Sales
ESTATE SALE: Complete
household 698 4 Ave NE,
February 7 & 8th, 10am - 4pm.
Household
FOR SALE: 27” Durabrand TV
$50.00. Phone: (403) 526-8329
SUPER DEAL: Spring Air,
Mattress/box, brand new still
in plastic, $200. Can Deliver.
Phone: (403) 526-3628.
FOR SALE: Kenmore white
fridge 18 cubic feet with
adjustable glass shelves $80.00
obo Phone: (403) 502-2785 or
403-529-6399
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Household
NEW KING MATTRESS:
New
King
Mattress,
orthopedic pillow top. Still in
plastic. Sell for $400. Can
deliver. Phone: 403-5263628
BEDROOM SUITE: Extreme
value 3pc bedroom suite,
new still in boxes, $499. Can
deliver. Phone: 403-5263628
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FOR SALE: White pedestal
wood table with tile top and
ceramic leaf, 4 matching chairs
$270 obo. White wood buffet
and hutch, cabinet lights and
glass doors $270 obo. Phone:
(403) 529-2396 or 403-5297876
QUEEN SIZE MATTRESS &
BOX:
New,
orthopedic
pillow-top, mattress. Still in
plastic. Sell for $280. Can
deliver. Phone: 403-5263628
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403-548-OLYS(6597) 417 - 7th St. SW
Make it Oly’s for an ALE of a good time!
Happy Hour: 3 pm - 7 pm & all day Sunday
Friday, January 30TH
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6 oz Steak with Choice of Sides
Friday, February 6TH
Strudels, Chicken & Cream Gravy
Join Us on Valentine's
and Enjoy the Music of
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Join us for Wing Wednesdays
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Miscellaneous
POSSESSION ACQUISITION
LICENSE (PAL): Full course
every month, restricted and nonrestricted. Sponsored by County
of Forty Mile Community Adult
Learning,
$75
registration.Challenge
tests
anytime at your convenience.
For more information Phone:
(403)
977-3771
or
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FOR SALE: Assorted hand
meat grinders and accessories,
$50.00 - $75.00 Phone: (403)
580-9922
FOR SALE: 3, 223 cal with or
without scope. Savage Accu
triggers, Savage FP, Savage FV,
Tikka T-3. Brass available,
reasonable. Phone: (403) 5284639
FOR SALE: Mens muskrat hat,
extra large, $100.00. Phone:
(403) 526-8329
FOR SALE: Tokai upright piano,
adjustable bench, built in
humidifier, excellent condition,
$1650.00 Phone: (403) 4873813
FOR SALE: Older electronic
coyote call, complete with case
and accessories, $50.00 Phone:
(403) 580-9922
FOR SALE: 22 semi-auto. 20 ga
semi-auto. New spotting scope.
New ice fishing hut 5’ x 6’. 1894
30-30 carbine. 12 ga double
barrel.
1903
Pieper
22
automatic single shot. 12 ga
pump. 2 Savage model 11 223
bolt action compete with scope.
Phone: (403) 580-9922
YOUR CLASSIFIEDS!
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Lennox mid
efficient furnace, used very little.
4 foot, 3 point hitch blade for
smaller tractor. 4 trailer tires,
new 235/85/R16. Phone: (403)
580-9922
FOR SALE: Ice fishing huts.
Rocking chair. 100 lb propane
tank. Kenwood amp and
speaker.
Tan
chesterfield,
leather. P185/75/R14 tire and
rim, new. Phone: (403) 5483164
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1993 Salem FOR SALE: 12 foot tandem
Camper $4200.00 obo, 23 foot stock trailer $1500.00. 30 gal air
for more information. Phone: compressor $150.00. New pole
(403) 594-4803
for 2 horse buggy $75.00.
FOR SALE: John Deere Snow Phone: (403) 502-0824
blower, less than 20 hours on it. FOR SALE: Norseman 2
Phone: (403) 526-6280
person ice fishing tent $60.00.
Phone: (403) 581-0072
FOR SALE: Men’s snowmobile
suit, size 42 - 44 short, $40.00. FOR SALE: Like new Pride
Scooter for sale. Phone: (403)
Phone: (403) 527-1140
526-0114
FOR SALE: Antique Horner
student IVM 32 bass accordion FOR SALE: 25 Large framed,
with case, $500.00 obo. Phone: top quality stock cows, will start
calving February 2015, will sell 5
(403) 527-6479
or more. for more information
call Joe Chappell 509-301-4402
Milton-Freewater.
Personal
SINGLE MAN: Single man 60
years old, good character,
belongs to church, active, good
worker, looking for woman 50 60
years
old
for
dating/companionship, leave
phone
number.
Joseph
Rousseau, PO Box 20099 RPO,
Kensington, Medicine Hat, AB
T1A 8M4
Real Estate
FOR RENT: Large private
rooms for rent, great location, all
utilities, laundry, wi-fi, cable TV
package included. $480.00
monthly. Phone: (403) 526-8725
FOR
SALE:
Beautiful
Grandview Village condo, 2
bedroom, 2 baths, 1243 sq. ft.,
new paint, 4th floor, east view.
Open house Saturday, January
24th 1-4pm. Phone: (403) 5296859
Services
SMALL
JOBS
HANDYMAN:
Small
household jobs including
drywall repairs and painting.
Phone Allen (403) 527-3956
Bob 403-527-4638 leave
message.
TOSHIBA LAPTOPS: $175
for dual core. Tech Certified,
6
months
warranty.
Computers starting at less
than $100. Desktops, $150.
Anti-virus and MS Office
available for only $30 more. I
am a Tech. Trades welcome.
Free pick-up and delivery for
repairs. Phone: 403-9282700
SERVICE: I do house
cleaning,
many
years
experience, non smoker.
Phone: (403) 581-8109
SMALL ENGINE REPAIR
SERVICE: Servicing all
makes and models of small
engines as well as ATV’s,
snowmobiles,
UTV’s,
motorcycles,
generators,
snowblowers, lawn and
garden equipment and much
more. Affordable rates and
guaranteed work. Phone:
(403) 952-1371
COMPUTER TECH: House
calls up till 9pm. Free
diagnosis of your computer.
Lowest rates. Seniors rates.
Will teach you the basics.
Will
pick-up
of
old
computers. Virus removal
and data back-up. Free pickup and delivery for repairs.
Phone: 403-928-2700
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still thought to remain fixed
when Galileo proposed that it
moved through the heavens.
Scientists who suggested otherwise were found guilty of
heresy, had to recant, and
spent the rest of their lives
under house arrest. Their
mouths were washed with
soap and they were grounded,
like naughty children.
Today’s school child knows
that the world is not flat, and
has access to a model of the
AND
HIS MAP
shows a small picture and talks
you to the address you have
entered. But even that has to
be given the most recent information. It’s sometimes several
years out of date, as a friend
found. Fortunately the address
on the same iPad did have the
most recent information.
Keith’s map will show what
has changed in the world since
1916. Like a fossil, it reveals
much about the past. Keith
says this once common treasure has made him into a history buff.
solar system showing the planets. Common knowledge in
2015 was once reason to be
burned at the stake. Maps
abound. You can get whatever
you need at the AMA if you are
a member, or at a gas station if
you are not. City maps are
available at tourist centres in a
pad where they tear off a sheet
for you. They are still the most
fascinating for me and more
useful than GPS, which uses
satellite information to guide
people to their destination - or
not. Global Positioning System
Services
THINKING OF BUILDING A
GARAGE?: Call Larry at
L.D.B. Construction for a free
estimate, also fences, decks,
concrete work, roofing,
insulation and drywall. Book
early for spring! Phone:
(403) 502-4899
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922 Allowance Avenue S.E., Medicine Hat, AB T1A 3G7
Office Hours: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM Monday to Friday
Phone: 403-527-5777
HOME
RENOVATIONS:
Home
improvements,
maintenance & renovations,
licensed and fully insured.
No job too small! Call Mike
Phone: (403) 504-7772.
ADVERTISING TERMS & CONDITIONS: the following terms and conditions apply to all
advertising and other material printed by or distributed by the Medicine Hat or Lethbridge
Shopper. All copy and type arrangements are subject to approval of the General Manager on
behalf of the Shopper who has the right to refuse any advertisement or insertion. The
advertiser agrees that the liability of the Shopper, or its employees for damages or costs
arising out of errors in printing or insertion of advertisements or other material is limited to
the actual amount paid for the space used by that portion of the advertisement containing the
error or the actual cost paid to have the advertisement or any other material inserted in the
Shopper. Notice of error is required before the second insertion. The Shopper will not be liable
for any other claims of damages for not printing or non-inserting of any advertisement or
other material. NOTE: Files can be e-mailed, however The Medicine Hat Shopper will not accept
responsibility for colour inconsistencies. E-mailed files must be accompanied by an electronic
PDF proof and a faxed proof.
GITTE’R
DONE
LANDSCAPING:
Commercial and residential
snow removal, sanding,
liquid de-icing and hauling.
check
us
out
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gitte’[email protected]
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548-6926
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COMMUNITY
COMMUNITY
BUSINESS
MEN'S
FELLOWSHIP - Invites you,
your family & friends to the
Medicine Hat Lodge February
2 at 6:30pm to hear Robert
Larrabee speaks and sings
Live Gospel Music. Meal Price
$15.00 limited seating call
early to book your seat. More
info call Russ 403-529-5267
or Mike 403-527-8439
LIFETREE CAFE- Presents Stem Cells - The miracle cure
you may be missing out on Hillcrest Church Coffee
House,
from
7-8pm
Wednesday, February 4, 2015.
3785 - 13 Ave SE. Coffee
provided. All are welcome.
Free. Check our Facebook
page: Lifetree Cafe- MH or
visit lifetreecafe.com for
more info.
ROVING GYMS - Free indoor
play for families with children
0 - 6. 6:30 - 8:30pm Every
Wednesday:
Downtown
YMCA. Friday, Feb. 6:
Crestwood School
CAPE SCHOOL - Annual
Science Fair and Scholastic
Book Fair, Saturday, February
7, 9am to 3pm. Open to the
public, free to attend. 830A
Balmoral Street SE. For more
information please call 403528-2983.
THE GERMAN CANADIAN
HARMONY CLUB - Will host a
Valentine Dinner and Dance
on Saturday, February 14,
2015. In the Harmony Hall 11st Street SE, Redcliff.
Cocktails 6:00pm Dinner
7:00pm, Dance music by the
Mixed Company. Everyone is
Welcome.
Tickets
are
available from the Executive.
For more info call 403-581-
9140 or 403-528-3139. The
General Meeting is on
Tuesday Feb 17th 7:30pm
JEST TOASTMASTERS - a fun
way to learn to relax and
have fun speaking in public.
They meet every Thursday
evening at 6:30 at Medicine
Hat College. Contact Lynn at
403-529-5377 for further info.
VEGGIE SUPPER CLUB Have you been wanting to try
to eat more plant meals but
don't know where to start?
We are a group that meets
the first Sunday of every
month at 5:00pm for a brief
health education session and
or cooking demonstration
and light vegetarian meal.
Please bring a friend and
your favorite vegetarian dish.
If you are unable to bring a
dish, there is a $5.00/person
cost to cover the cost of food
and we ask that you please
let us know so we can
prepare enough food. We
meet at 1933 Dunmore Rd
SE. Contact Mel at 587-2539846.
AJ'S LOAN CUPBOARD Lends medical equipment
such as electric beds, wheel
chairs, walkers, etc. to
residents of our community.
(Donations keep us going).
We are also seeking several
Volunteers to assist in serving
our clients, familiar with
computer software, entering
data, maintenance and
janitorial
duties.
Approximately 10 - 12
hours/week. Phone us at 403580-5580 or visit us at 749
14th ST. SW. Office hours
Monday to Friday 10am 2pm.
Services
KCJ CONTRACTING LTD:
Complete
renovations,
painting,
basements,
bathroom, hardwood, tile,
laminate, drywall, insurance
claims. Phone: (403) 5049703 or 403-529-0135
HOUSE CLEANING: Will do
housecleaning anytime, non
smoker, reliable. Phone: (403)
529-5344
Wanted
WANTED: Vintage motorcycles,
snow
mobiles,
marines,
collectibles and other estate
items. Phone: (403) 580-4772
Lethbridge
4 LOTS IN BARONS FOR
SALE: Two lots are side by
side, 78’ x 125’, at $19,000
each; Two lots, separate, 78’
x 115’, at $17,000 each.
OBO. Utilities to Property
line. Phone: (403) 795-3906.
FOR RENT: 3 acre yard. 5
minutes from town at
Stewart Siding Industrial
Park w/2 bedroom mobile
home for office. 1,200 sq. ft.
heated shop & 2,500 sq. ft.
canvas quonset w/dirt floor.
Available December 1, 2014.
$1,300/month + utilities.
Phone: (626) 543-0415
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who could get tired of hearing
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doesn’t matter if it is given in
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kitchen table, or sent by e-mail.
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FORTH STEP-TASTE
Now comes the moment to
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with a bottle of champagne.
accompany this divine nectar
with creamy chocolates or even
delicious red velvet cupcakes,
purchased at your favorite bakery
or made with love at home.
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Melton Mowbray Pork Pies
Ingredients
2 9 inch pie crusts (refrigerated or
4. Season lean pieces of pork with
homemade dough)
a big pinch of salt and pepper and
2 pounds boneless pork ribs or add to skillet. Brown pork well on all
shoulder
sides cooking for about 5-6 minutes.
5. Remove lean
pork pieces and let
cool briefly. Remove
pan from heat, but
don’t wash it.
6. Working with
one pie crust at a
time, ball it up and
cut off 1/4 of the
dough. Place the 3/4
piece of dough on
some
parchment
paper and roll it into
a 5-6 inch circle.
Shape it into a bowl
that has edges about
4 ounces bacon, chopped
1-2 inches high.
1 pinch salt and pepper
7. Add 8-10 ounces of browned
1 large egg
pork to the crust bowl. You can really
1 teaspoon all-purpose flour
pack the pork in the bowl.
1 cup beef stock
8. Roll out the 1/4 piece of dough
and cover bowl with the crust. Brush
Directions
with whisked egg and cut a hole in
1. Let pie crusts come to room the center to let steam escape.
temperature while you prepare the
9. Repeat with other pie crust and
pork. Chop boneless pork into small then bake pork pies at 400 degrees
1/4-inch cubes and try to separate for 10 minutes. Reduce heat to 325
out any large chunks of fat. Preheat degrees and bake for another hour.
oven to 400 degrees.
10. Remove pies from the oven
2. Add fat pieces of pork (hopeful- and let cool.
ly 6-8 ounces) and bacon to a large
11. Meanwhile, reheat pan that
cast iron skillet over low heat. Cook you browned the pork in over low
for 15 minutes until the fat is ren- heat. Once hot, stir in flour and cook
dered out of the pork.
for 30 seconds. Then add beef stock
3. Remove fat pieces and bacon and stir until it comes together in a
from pan leaving the fat in the pan. light gravy. Serve gravy with pork pies
Turn heat on pan up to medium-high while warm.
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heat.
Extreme Meat Pizza Dip
Ingredients
1 loaf French bread or pita chips
12 ounces cream cheese, softened
Directions
1 cup pizza sauce, divided
1. Preheat oven to 350ºF.
1/2 cup Parmesan cheese
2. In a large bowl or stand mixer,
2 cups shredded mozzarella beat together cream cheese, 1/2 cup
cheese, divided
pizza sauce, Parmesan cheese, and
1/2 cup mozzarella
cheese. Spread into a
9” glass baking dish.
3. Spread remaining marinara on top
and sprinkle with
remaining mozzarella
cheese, sausage crumbles, pepperoni and
ham.
4. Bake for 17-23
minutes or until the
1/2 cup precooked sausage cheese on top melts and begins to
crumbles
bubble at the edges.
12 slices pepperoni
5. Serve with French bread or pita
1/4 cup diced ham
chips for dipping.
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2 tablespoons parsley, chopped
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Oven Baked Parmesan &
Panko Crusted Chicken Drumsticks
Ingredients
2. Combine the Parmesan cheese,
6 chicken drumsticks or 12 drum- panko breadcrumbs and salt in a
mettes
wide, shallow bowl. In another bowl,
Juice of
add the beaten
one
large
eggs.
lemon
3. Preheat
1
cup
the oven to
panko bread
425ºF.
crumbs
4. Dip each
1/4 cup
drumstick in
grated
the beaten egg
Parmesan
and then roll
cheese
them in the
1
teabreadcrumb
spoon salt
mixture, thor2 eggs,
oughly coating
lightly beaten
them. Lay the drummies on a lined
baking sheet and spray each one
Directions
with a little oil.
1. Place the drummies in a zip-top
5. Bake drummies for 25-30 minbag with the lemon juice and let utes, until just cooked through and
them marinate in the fridge for at the juices run clear when poked with
least an hour.
a sharp knife.
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Buffalo Chicken Stuffed
Soft Pretzels
Ingredients
Pretzels
4 ounces cream cheese, softened
3/4
cup
shredded cheddar cheese
1/3 cup prepared
buffalo
sauce, or more to
taste
1 cup shredded chicken
2
green
onions, chopped
1 (13 ounce)
refrigerated pizza crust
1 egg, beaten
Sea salt, for sprinkling
Blue Cheese Dipping Sauce
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1/4 cup buttermilk
1/4 cup Greek plain yogurt
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon worcestershire sauce
1/2 cup crumbled blue cheese
Salt and pepper, to taste
Directions
1. Preheat oven to 425ºF. Line a
baking sheet with parchment paper.
2. In a bowl, mix together the
cream cheese, cheddar cheese and
buffalo sauce. Stir in the shredded
chicken and green onions.
3. Unroll the pizza dough onto a
counter. Using a sharp knife or pizza
cutter, cut the dough into 8 strips.
Now take a rolling pin and, working
with one strip at a time, roll each strip
out into a rectangle (about 11x3 inches).
4. Spread about 1 1/2 tablespoons of the buffalo chicken filling
along the length of each strip. Starting with
the opposite side,
roll
the
dough up
into a log,
enclosing
the filling
inside.
Pinch the
seams
together
and then very gently roll the dough
with your hands to form an even
cylinder that fully encloses the filling.
5.Take the two ends of each filled
cylinder and form into a circle that is
overlapped by a couple of inches of
dough on either side. Overlap the
two ends and lay over the opposite
side to form a pretzel shape, then
press to seal. Place the pretzel on the
prepared baking sheet. Repeat with
the remaining dough and filling.
6. Brush the tops of the pretzels
with the beaten egg and season liberally with sea salt. Bake for 15 to 18
minutes or until pretzels are golden
brown.
7. Meanwhile, make the dip. In a
bowl, mix together the mayo, buttermilk, Greek yogurt, lemon juice and
Worcestershire. Stir in the blue
cheese and season with salt and pepper.
8. Place dip into a dish to serve
with the hot baked pretzels. Enjoy!
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heated
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building.
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minutes from tow, Stewart
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Phone: (626) 543-0415.
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Phone: 1-800-318-6000 or
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West Lethbridge. Central
Location, 4 bedroom, 3.5
bath home with finished
lower level, double garage,
double gates, back lane, A/C
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How to make holiday travel less taxing
(MS) Though holiday travel
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enduring long lines at the airport
or heavily trafficked highways are
prices worth paying for the
chance to spend time with their
families come the holiday season.
But while there's no way for travelers to guarantee their flights
leave on time or the roads stay
clear of fellow drivers, there are
ways to make the holiday travel
less taxing.
• Prepare to wait. Check-in
lines and lines at security checkpoints tend to be especially long
during the holiday season. Travelers should prepare to wait at such
lines and leave their homes early
enough so they can still make
their flights without having to
rush through airports at the last
minute. If you normally leave
your home two hours before your
scheduled check-in, then leave an
hour earlier to account for traffic
en route to the airport and the
long lines once you get there. If
you make it through the security
checkpoint with plenty of time to
spare before your flight departs,
you can always unwind at an airport coffee shop or restaurant, but
arriving too late to the airport will
only add stress to an already
stressful situation.
Drivers also should prepare
to wait when traveling during the
holiday season. Roads will have
more drivers, so travelers should
build in traffic jams when estimating how long it might take for
them to arrive at their destinations. Sitting in traffic might still
be stressful, but it won't be as
stressful if you're still likely to
arrive to your destination on
time.
• Ship your gifts. Holiday
travelers often try to cram gifts
into their suitcases or the trunks
of their vehicles, reducing the
space they have to bring personal
items or stretch out in their cars
on road trips. Instead of squeezing as many gifts into your suitcase or vehicle as possible, ship
the gifts and travel light. Traveling
light can save you from having to
pay potentially costly baggage
fees at the airport, while drivers
will notice passengers tend to be a
lot more comfortable and relaxed
when they don't have to share
space with bags filled with gifts.
• Pack some distractions.
Whether you're waiting to board
at the gate or driving on a seemingly endless highway, pack some
distractions so you or your fellow
travelers aren't left with nothing
to do during delays. People traveling via airplane may want to
bring along a book or a tablet on
which they can play games or
watch television. Drivers may not
be able to take their eyes off the
roads, but they can pack books
and tablets or video game consoles for their passengers. Children may find delays or long trips
especially uncomfortable, so
adults should make sure kids
have things to keep them occupied during such excursions.
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lunch. Leaving 8:30 am from Medicine Hat Mall Food Court.
RIVER CREE RESORT & CASINO
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April 20 - 22 - 3 Day Trip - $189/person dbl
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Browning
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semi-automatic,
$1,550;
Henry 22 S/L LR lever
action, $400; Marlin 336 SS
30-30 lever action, $625.
Guns all in mint condition,
c/w original boxes, soft
cases & lots of ammo. Must
have PAL. Phone: (403)
327-5878 or (403) 888-6578.
WEIGHTLIFITING
EQUIPMENT FOR SALE:
Device you put on door for
pull-ups, 15-lb weights, 10-lb
weights, 5-lb weights, 2 1/2lb weights, weightlifting belts,
3 bars, 2 single-arm curls;
extra 20-lb weights, 2
professional “Push-Up Pro”
rotating devices. Total value
of equipment $400, asking
$200. OBO. Phone: (403)
328-5713.
WANTED: Various Hunting
Guns
and
Reloading
Components. Phone: (403)
381-3275.
FOR SALE: 1997 Suburban.
V8, auto. PS, PB, air, tilt,
cruise, dual heaters. Body
clean, no dents or rust.
216K. Seats 7. $2,000. OBO.
Phone: (403) 328-5713.
FOR SALE: 3 ft x 5 ft
Beveled Mirror. Valued at
$500 selling for $200. OBO.
Call (403) 328-5713.
FOR SALE: 5x10 Aluminum
Utility Trailer with 3,500-lbs
axle & folding ramps. $2,500.
Phone: (403) 308-2483
FOR SALE: 1980 Cadillac
Eldorado, over $10,000
invested, giving it away at
$3,800; 1976 Chevy GMC
Sierra 2500, 454 engine,
77,000
original
miles,
appraised at $14,000, giving
it away at $10,000; 1978
Chevy
NOva
Rally,
appraised at $25,000, total
frame off resto, giving it
away at $15,000. Too much
to list, if more info is needed
or a look see please call:
(403) 320-1968.
WANTED
URGENTLY:
Gold, Silver, Coins, and
Stamps. Gold and Silver
Jewelery, even broken. We
pay TOP prices. Have cash,
will travel. Call us last at 403752-3099. Don’t be afraid to
leave a message!
FOR SALE: 2004 Dodge
Grand Caravan. Air, tilt,
cruise, DVD, PW, PL & power
back windows. Inspected.
Asking
$4,250.
OBO.
Phone: (403) 328-5713.
FOR SALE: 1999 Chrysler
Intrepid. Excellent condition
inside & out. Must be seen to
be appreciated. Asking
$2,500. Phone: (403) 3304003
Lethbridge
LARGE, 16’ HIGH X 12’
WIDE
METAL
SELF
FEEDER, $7,500; Belting,
6” by 115” long, offers;
Tractor tie chains, new,
various sizes; 2 older oil
heaters, offers; Ford 6 cyl
pump motor, $2,500; NH 358
Mixer Mill, $3,500; Int 1974,
966 Hydro tires, like new,
needs some TLC; 4 HD
black hay tarps, $100 each;
Walk-in cooler, $2,000; 3
wheel movers, 5x5, offers;
Electric fencing equipment,
lots of posts and wire; 4
church pews, top quality
Oak, $175 each; 7 rolls of
roll-on
shingles;
6”
Sakundiak auger with extra
Wisconsin motor, $600. Call
Tom:
(403)
331-0026.
Evenings or leave message.
WANTED: Good, used,
kitchen cupboards. Phone:
(403) 795-2375
FOR SALE: 2006 Chev
Uplander minivan. Lowered
floor, (wheelchair van).
42,000 ks. New tires.
$28,800. Phone: 1-800-3186000 or (587) 220-2759.
PARTING OUT - A large
selection of vehicles. New
units arriving daily. U pull and
save. Airport Pick A Part, 1st
left South of the Lethbridge
Airport. Cash paid for scrap
cars. Phone: 403-380-3035
FOR SALE: 414 Noble
Street. Fully renovated
house. Built in early 60’s.
900 sq. ft. 2 storey detached.
In Barons, AB. New services
and fixtures. New 2 car
garage. Lot size 78’ x 115’.
Move in ready. Phone: (403)
795-3906
FOR SALE: Canon EOS 650
Camera with Speedlite 420 EZ
Flash 50 mm & 28 mm lenses.
EF Zoom lens 70-210 mm, 2
carry cases & 450 Victory
Tripod. $500. Phone: (403) 3455449
WANTED: Older,
roof, camper van.
(403) 738-4733.
raisedPhone:
FOR SALE: 1965 Ford Galaxie
XL Convertible. 352 V8 Auto.
PS, PB. Good for restoration.
$2,500.
OBO.
Trades
considered. Phone: (403) 5534053. Fort Macleod.
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How to live as a
one-income family
(MS) Many couples wonder about the secret to surviving on one income when it seems like they're just making
ends meet with two incomes. Dual-income households,
which are now more common than single-income households, have become the norm.
With the rising cost of living, it may seem necessary
for families to generate two incomes. However, many
families still find a way to thrive on just one income.
Doing so often requires a careful examination of family
finances and a commitment to making changes to ensure
one income is enough for a family to thrive.
• Examine your spending habits. Having a clear picture of what is being spent each month will give you a
better picture of which things are necessities and which
are luxuries. Knowing how your money is being spent will
help you reestablish your priorities and map out a plan to
live on one income.
• Stay disciplined and organized. Some people
grow accustomed to taking out the credit card anytime
they want to make a purchase, oblivious to what they're
actually spending until the bill arrives.
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Responsible for the day to day
operations, some of which includes
food and beverage service,
inventories, promotions, and staff.
Forward resumes to:
[email protected]
Fax: 403-528-4075
or 1051 Ross Glen Drive SE
Medicine Hat, AB
We support a diverse workforce and welcome
qualified applicants from all groups.
FOR SALE: Old, Model 555,
Massey Ferguson Tractor &
12 ft. Cultivator, $1,200/both.
Phone: (626) 543-0415
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Determine exactly what is
needed to cover bills each
month. Once you understand what's needed for
the home, figure out how
much you have left over.
Knowing what you have to
spend makes it much easier
to avoid overspending.
• Keep an emergency
stash. Many financial
experts recommend having enough in a savings
account to cover six
months' worth of living
expenses. This affords the
household breadwinner
enough time to find a new
source of income in case of
layoff and enough security
to pay bills in case of injury.
• Prepare ahead of
time, if possible. If you are
currently living with two
incomes, try living with one
income for several months
to a year and bank the
other salary entirely. This
helps to establish a sizeable
nest egg as a safety net
once you begin living on
just a single income.
• Speak with a tax
professional. In many
cases, moving to one
income will put you in a
lower tax bracket. An
accountant can give you a
clearer view of potential
savings.
• Trim the extras. If
you look at expenses, you
may find a number of trivial
things that can be cut from
your budget. You may be
able to save by bundling
certain products, such as
insurance policies.
After making a few
adjustments, many families
find that they can successfully live on just one
income.
Stuart Olson is one of Canada’s
leading construction and
industrial services companies
with its own unique way of
doing business.
We believe that collaboration, team
work and integrity are vital to success
and that the journey is just as
important as the destination. When
you say yes to Stuart Olson, you
become an important member of an
organization with a rich history of
success
We are currently looking for talented individuals to join our team in Medicine Hat for
the following roles:
• Flaggers • Journeyman Carpenters • Carpenter Apprentices • Labourers
Drop off your resume at the Medicine Hat Regional Hospital Site Office
www.stuartolson.com
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