Shoal Lake Crossroads

October 23, 1990

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Issue date: Tuesday, October 23, 1990

Pages available: 20

Previous edition: Tuesday, October 16, 1990

Next edition: Tuesday, October 30, 1990

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Shoal Lake Crossroads (Newspaper) - October 23, 1920, Shoal Lake, Manitoba of Canada AboUt the only thing you csn almit oid age ifs better lhan fe6iu0 deadi Stephen Leacock Father Kulak dies suddenly Ukrainian Catholics throughout the area were shocked with the news of the sudden passing of Mitrat Stephen Father died while attending an evening church meeting in Elphinstone on Father Kulak was honored on 30 for his service to eight parishes in the area over the past 25 He regularly con ducted services and funerals in Crawford Rackham and Sandy The funeral service will be held at the Holy Ghost Ukrainian Catholic Church in Sandy Lake on 23 at Prayers will be said on Monday even ing at Bishop Myron assisted by other will f Where Js lose 7 Classified 9 MCPA OCTOBER 28 i to EyeWitness Review Lake Star The big wheel as it is called by employees can dig up to 3 kilometres of 8 to 9 deep trench a day under ideal conditions Gas pipeline installation a major undertaking Between 250 and 300 people are currently involved in the laying of a 48 inch natural gas pipeline bet ween Miniota and Oak The new line the largest in the area is in addition to the other three feeder lines running parallel to itj which serve as part of the TransCanada Last week who are bused from Brandon to the site were busy laying pipe and bending it for the required Behind the big wheel was used to dig an 8 to 9 foot trench in which the onehalf inch pipe would be eventually In rocky areas and across seven backhoes are on standby to dig the Farther back are the welders who join the large Finally machines with large grapple hooks lower the pipe gently into the The environment is a big concern to the entire Great care is taken that topsoil is any damage to fields or roads repaired to which in some cases are better than when they Fences are removed and replaced where One of the field supervisors said they hope to trench 3 to 4 kilome ters per and expect to finish the entire operation sometime in Plans are to install a 56 line through the area sometime in the next two ;