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Chamber of Commerce Installation banquet Jan. 19 a t museum The Springville Area Chamber of Commerce invites citizens to attend their 1996 Installation Banquet on Friday, January 19, at 6:30. p.m. at the Springville Museum of Art. Entertainment will be Dr. C. Raymond Smith and the Synthesis Band from Brigham Young University. Uni-versity. , For reservations, call the chamber office, 489-4681. cost is $17.50 per person for 1996 chamber members or $8 for program only. r Synthesis is a musical melding of some of the finest and most versatile young musicians at Brigham Young University. Drawing freely from the various styles of contemporary, Afro- I Last week's Kiwanis Club meeting featured Darrell Wilson who showed slides taken in the South Pacific. He discussed the culture of such islands as American Samoa and Tonga. Several photos were shown of the royal family of Tonga. Wilson was in charge of finishing a house for the queen. The lower part of the ;- house was ornamented with beautiful patterns made up of South ; Pacific sea shells. He also showed many interesting items he collected in islands of the South Pacific including an antique ; wooden kava bowl. Thursday's gathering will be a breakfast ; meeting. ; Utah Valley State College's .(UVSC) President, Dr. Kerry ; Romesburg announced today the ; successful creation and launch of Indusnet (HTTP.Indusnet.org), , an extensive on-line information guide bringing together the best educational and training resources ; available from ten U.S. Western ; States. ; "The site is unique in that it links all of these resources to a broad-based network for employment employ-ment opportunity. Our goal was nothing short of a community-wide community-wide access for any user to continuous con-tinuous lifelong education or graining resulting in higher work Skills and more productive employees," em-ployees," said Romesburg. "Utah, UVSC and Utah Val-jky Val-jky in particular are uniquely ; positioned to act as a proactive leader, catalyst and network hub for this major undertaking," said Dr. Lincoln Fuqua, director of j distance learning at UVSC. ; Conceived and driven by a I Utah-based educational and business busi-ness consortium, the Intermoun-tain Intermoun-tain Manufacturing education and 1J.S- Congress honors former Utah cowboy The life of the late Utah -Sports Hall of Fame Cowboy, ;Earl W. Bascom, was recently Jeulogized in the halls of the ; United States Congress as a ; cowboy hero. The tribute to ; Bascom as one who lived "one of ;the most interesting ' lives ever ;know in modern cowboy histo-Iry," histo-Iry," was made a permanent part Jo'f the Congressional Record. A Utah native, who was a "student teacher in Springville in 11966, Bascom became known in I rodeo history for developing the first side-delivery rodeo chute in 1 1916, the first hornless saddle in ; 1922, the first one-hand bareback Ibronc riding rigging in 1924 and Uhe first high cut rodeo chaps in ; 1926. Later in his colorful cow-Iboy cow-Iboy life Bascom became internationally interna-tionally known as a western artist land sculptor. j Earl Bascom passed away in j August of this year at his California Califor-nia ranch, but his cowboy art Hives. on. Bascom's art, depicting American music, the ensemble has become known for versatility, spontaneity and creativity in performance. The very word, Synthesis, has become synonymous with excellence. excel-lence. Past honors include winning win-ning the Pacific Coast Collegiate Jazz Festival, the Walt Disney World's NAJE WorldJazz Showcase Show-case and being a finalist at Mus-icfest Mus-icfest USA sponsored by Downbeat Down-beat magazine. The group has also seen selected to play for national conferences of the National Na-tional Association of Jazz Educators Educa-tors and the Music Teachers National Association. Synthesis is under the direction direc-tion of Brigham Young University Universi-ty faculty member Ray Smith. mm-lim first Training Partnership (IMET), this effort was initially funded by the National Science Foundation. The project is designed to successfully act as a bridge and access point for total community educational training leading to real skills-based job enhancement and opportunity for all skatehold-ers. skatehold-ers. This project also incorporates with its Internet guide, the use of mobile computers, telecourses and dedicated interactive training sites. "Probably nowhere else in the world could you find a better natural environment and infrastructure infra-structure for the convergence of technology, telecommunications, educational software applications and on-line publishing all capable of creating a lifelong learning environment," said Fuqua. Greg Jackson, UVSC's IMET director, described Indusnet as simple to use, yet global in its vision and scope. From the onset, it was designed for real practical use and benefit by each individual, individu-al, business, government, military, mili-tary, educational institution or various rodeo events, is currently being exhibited at the Montana Historical Society Museum in Helena. As Bascom cowboyed back in the 1920's in the Sweet-grass Sweet-grass Hills of Montana along Kicking Horse Creek, his cowboy equipment has been included in the exhibit "Riders Under the Big Sky" and his art work is part of the exhibit "The Horse in Art." Bascom art was also part of a Professional Rodeo Cowboy-Artists Cowboy-Artists Association art exhibit' held during the recent National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. The PRCAA exhibit is open to western west-ern artists who are active or retired members of the Professional Profes-sional Rodeo Cowboys Association Associa-tion headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Earl Bascom, who was professional profes-sional rodeo cowboy from 1918-1940, 1918-1940, was the first Utah bronc ridercowboy artist to show in the . Las Vegas invitational exhibit. Of his art. Earl Bascom has said, ' '1 "MIMf . ; V ' ' , mwt mm T 17 Super Citizens for December at the Springville Middle School are: front row, left to right, Rebecca Smith, McCall Parker and Keri Guinn. Back, Carl Kynaston, Nathan Christian and Gavin Fulwider. Middle School citizens The December Special and Super Citizens have been selected at the Springville Middle School. Five classes were chosen as Spe-, cial Citizens and treated to banana ba-nana splits: Mrs. Card, Miss Brock, Mrs. Haslam, Mr. Yorg-esen Yorg-esen and Mr. Rand's seventh period classes. The Sixth Grade Super Citizens Citi-zens of the Month for December are Rebecca Smith,Nathan Christian Chris-tian and Gavin Fulwider. The Seventh Grade Super Citizens are Carl Kynaston, Keri Guinn and McCall Parker. The super citizens were treated treat-ed to lunch with Principal Ras-band. Ras-band. Rebecca Smith is the daughter of Timothy and Tracy Smith of Mapleton. her favorite hobbies are reading books and writing. She also enjoys playing the piano. pi-ano. Nathan Christian, son of Michael and Avah Christian of Mapleton, enjoys playing football and card collecting. Playing the piano is one of his many talents. Carl Kynaston is the son of Dorel and Candace Kynaston of Mapleton. He enjoys hanging out with friends, playing soccer, baseball and swimming. Keri Guinn is the daughter of Bill and Sue Guinn off Spring employment specialist networking with its information resources. The three main primary networks net-works of Indusnet (education, business and employment) already al-ready link, in one location, over 20,000 sources. "True to the Internet however, it is only a beginning and will expand daily with relevant and useful information. informa-tion. We are confident that Indus-net Indus-net accomplishes this purpose and that the site will not only be frequently visited, but used," said Jackson. Organizations who have worked for over 18 months to make Indusnet a successful reality include the proactive founding educational consortium members, sponsors, Utah's dynamic political politi-cal leadership, the Utah Research Institute and Dixie College's center for 3D graphics. Those interested in more information, sponsorship or access to Indusnet can visit the site at HTTP:Indusnet.org, call 235-7416 or 235-7597, fax to 222-8966 or e-mail to jacksogr-UVSC.edu. jacksogr-UVSC.edu. Direct deposit Most people will be able to enjoy the convenience of direct deposit next year by having the Internal Revenue Service send their tax refunds directly to their checking or savings accounts. Previously, only those filing electronically or using the 1040PC format could get direct deposit of their refunds. Direct deposit is: safer - there's no check to get lost or stolen; . easier - there's no need to go to the bank. quicker - takes less time than issuing a paper check; and less costly -saves tax dollars. dol-lars. "I've tried to portray the West as I knew it-rough and rugged and tough as a boot, but with a big heart and honest as the day is long. " At age 89, Earl Bascom came to life's sunset, but his contributions will stretch beyond the horizon. ville. her interests include doing crafts, participating in volleyball and track. McCall Parker is the daughter of Rod and Connie Parker of Springville. She keeps busy playing basketball, baseball, going skiing and playing the piano. Gavin Fulwider is the son of Rodger and Terry Fulwider of Springville. His talents include .playing the violin. He plans with ;the high school chamber orchestra. orches-tra. He enjoys motorcycle riding and skateboarding. Dr. Mangum & Debbie, Vikki, Melissa & Misty (top left to bottom right) .id V J All You can Eat SEAFOOD BUFFET Crab Cakes with Supreme Sauce Baked Fish with Terrigan Sauce December 27, 1995 - The Springville Herald - Page Three Make safe driving your resolution Stan the new year off right, make a commitment to , drive safer beginning right now Over the past five years, automobile fatalities claimed the lives of six people during the Christmas Holiday and 11 people over the New Years Holiday. The Christmas Christ-mas Holiday officially begins at 6 p.m., Friday, December 22 and ends at midnight December 25. The New Year Holiday begins at 6 p.m., ;riday, December 29, and end; it midnight January 1 . Literally thousands of Utahns will be on the roads to visit friends and relatives. The Utah Safety Council reminds you to drive defensively and follow these safety tips: Allow plenty of following distance and reduce speed if road and weather conditions are poor. It is better to arrive late than not at all. Clear windows of ice, snow and steam before you begin your trip. You need to see clearly when you are drivingclearing just a peep hole is not enough. Fasten you safety belts and make sure that children and passengers are properly restrained. re-strained. Be alert for drivers who have had too much to drink. Alcohol-impaired drivers drive at Staff Welcome You To: MANGUM CHIROPRACTIC BXBSHEATLTHWISE & VALUE CARE PROVIDER Your DMBA, EMIA, PEHP preferred provider rate honored AUTO ACCIDENT INJURIES WORK INJURIES ATHLETIC INJURIES New patients welcomed! 305 E. 400 South Springville .9 Ymvs (Saturday Night) Scallops, Shrimp, Cod Nuggets Peel & Eat Shrimp, 45 Item Buffet Additional: All You Can Eat, Right out of the Kitchen. With the Seafood Buffet, 798-9839 80 W. 1OO0 North Spanish Fork inconsistent speeds, change lanes frequently, disregard traffic signs and drive outside of lane markers. mark-ers. DO NOT let friends drink and drive. You should convince them to stay overnight, ride with someone else, or you should call a taxi for them. Be aware of changing road and weather conditions and drive accordingly. For highway conditions condi-tions call 964-6000. Keep your vehicle in good working order. By making these safety precautions pre-cautions a habit, you can help ensure that you and your family will have a safe and happy holiday holi-day season. For a free winter travel checklist, contact the Utah Safety Council at 262-5400, or 1-800-933-5943 outside Salt Lake Metro. Tere is one things that the American people always rise to and extend their hand to, and that is the truth of justice and of liberty and of peace. Woodrow Wilson A poet begins in delight and ends in wisdom. Robert Frost 489-9230 Eve 4 N, t fit- i' . Dr. Lance Mangum Spanish Fork Location Only '8 -.