Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
April 15, 1772 THE IE1HBRIDCI HERMD _ 3 POT-LUCK RICKARD Charlie Chaplin refused 11 re-entry permit by the U.S. 20 years Ho was quoted then as say- ing "I wouldn't live in llic U.S. if Jesus Clirist was (uosklent." Now Mr. Clurplin is back lo receive an honorary O.scur for his genius in motion pictures. What made so great? His humor is bnsccl on man's Inhumanity to mail. No, I shouldn't say thai. Chaplin's humor is based on man's inhumanity to his fellow man but his work shows us Dial man's spirit of humanity to man soars higher Incidentally, Chaplin's very first film, 2 oiie-reelor, was called Making a Urine, very entertaining. The job he had a reporter and he scoops news in very dubious ways and causes a bit of havoc in a news- paper office! Was it Cily Lights where Charlie was befriended by the rich hut very drunk business- man? Great and wonderful ges- turcs of friendship were lic- stowcd on Ihe little tramp. The hie; boss even look his new- found friend home to Ilis man- sion, put him up for the night. Come the dawn's early light and sober reality. Charlie was promptly kicked out. Modem Times, wi'lh Charlie working on the mass produc- tion line, previewed 'he dead- ening cdecl of Ihe one-action factory job. Charlie went olf his rocker, something that will happen to all ot us eventually unless we learn lo master ma- chines and not let them master us. brilliance! Was he Hint good? Indeed hr was! Charlie tightening holts on Ihe production line and then tightening a pair o[ bullons on milady's suit (strategically The greatest Chaplin film was The Cold flush. Here we have the tramp, symbol of Ihe little man ev- erywhere, fighting the clc. nionts. We see him half, starved in a forlorn cahin perched on Ihe edge of a cliff lie slew's a boot and spurs hilarity with his eating of spa ghelU made out of shoe laces. The cabin teeters up and down. There is much sliding back and forth, Charlie some how managing lo slay oul the clutches of a big, half-mad bruiser. Watcll him take, the cooked boot, from the stove. Tlic cam- era shifts to one shoe-less foot. lie takes it, steaming, to the table, all set lo share the meal tvitb Ihe big bruiser. lie carefully takes the top of Ihe cooked boot [rum the sole, the nails stick up like herring bones. He gives Ihe lop lo his companion. The guy doesn't like it, trades bi.s plate with Charlie's. He gels it back. Then Charlie takes a bite of Hie solo and chews and ex- presses his approval, "It's not his expression says. Buster Kealon, in Ihe film The Navigator, drove us in- sane with langhler. lie proved Ihe best humorists don't try too hard lo be funny. Can we cvei forget Kealon. as the young ich man. gelling into I is ihauffcred car. making a Lf urn, and gelling out acros he street at his girl friend's aansion? Can we forget Kealon, en- cased in a deep sea diver's suit. Siting on the ocean floor and carefully taking hi.s lunch out of his lunch bucket? Laurel and Hardy were amazing, f remember them Jigging a piano up thousands of CHAMPION GYMNAST Miss Margaret McDonald of Crowsnest Consolidated High School gymnast team is a winner. The pert Miss has been named all-round gymnast novice women's champion. She competed in The recent southwest Alberta zone lest in the 'Pass, winning gold medals and four ribbons. She was the only girl ot about 25 entrants lo place in every event. A Grade I 1 student, she is in her second year gymnaslics- Vern Decoux Photo Gymnastic display Iiy classy "Pjiss school champs Magic tackles complex NATAL (HNS) District of Sparwood couni'il has hired lnwycr Magic lo hiuullo legal nialtcfs relutccl lo the contniul for Ihc coaslrnolion of the Spanvood recreation com- plex. Council also appiwcd tbo contract with VvGslorn Desii'ii Associates, construction super- visors. Council also agreed lo take over responsibility for (lie Curling Rink. A rate for the use of tlic social liall ol the rink was established at S35 with a refundable (hinintfi- deposit of Sri) (or each time'ion held llicrc. Municipal clerk, Miss Lnrclt.1 MonLcmurro was risked to ob- tain estimates for converting (ho beating system in Ihe NMal rink Irom coal to natural or possibly oil heat. No decision on tlie conversion ot Uie healing system can lie made, until after April when Hi ere is to be a mealing of council with oilier parLicipiinls in the urban renewal scheme to determine Ihe possible con- tinuing use (it the Natal Curling Rink and Hockey Arena. COLF-MAN (CNP Bureaul- The girls gymnastic team ol the Crowsnest Consolidated High School will present a gym- nastics display in the school auditorium al 7 o'clock lonighl. It will feaUne n display of roulines on the. cym apparatus which won 21 oni nf a possible 3G awards at the recent south- west zone pymnastics competi- tions. Il is being bold to raise funds to assist seven ot the I] local girls to compete in the provin- ciu: gymnastics (.'oinpeiilions a) Edmonton April 29. BEDROOM FURNISHINGS AF3D BEDDSMG 500 swans ihcir 22 attend Noblcford year-cnder NOBLEFORI) (Spcc-inl) Twenty IviO ratepayers of I he Village ot Noblcford recently attended (lie aiiniurl ratepay- ers' meeting. Harold Urvold was declared chairman. Mayor Arnold Lub- bers, aldermen J trine Niebour and Knr] Lang and secretary- treasurer Mrs. May Paul were in attendance. Mrs. Paul presented the fi- nancial statement. Revenues (or the ytiir were j Of this, mills j nre relaincrt Tor municipal pur- BEDROOM FURNISHINGS 3-PCE. WALNUT BEDROOM 5UITE Includes t'Jp'e chilf, ond head- board. Nlghl lable available. Q1QCI Reg. 323.00. CIEAN-UP SALE 9 WALNUT 3-PCE. BEDROOM SUITE 7 drawer drawer civil., 5.1" ooiiel Nigh' ovn'.lohle Reg. 368.00. CLEAN-UP SALE SPANISH OAK 3-PCE, BEDROOM SUITE With triple dreMer, 54" boodboard ond 5 drawer rhill. Night lablrs ovailablu. Reg. 399.CO. CIEAN-UP SALE GREEN MODERN 3-PCE. BEDROOM SUITE With double driver, doer and 5JYO" htadboard. Niglil lablcs available, Bog. CIEAN-UP SAIE MODERN 3-PCE. BEDROOM SUITE Will, Uif-Io drcsicT, .5.1.oO" liccdbon-rd dooi rho't. Niglil available. Rog. 513.00, CIEAN-UP SAIE BEAU7IFUI MODERN 5TYIE KROEHIER WALNUT 5-PCE. BEDROOM SUITE Includes Iriple chiff., 5.1-60 li. board and 1 labicv .'ayccc-s. The1 J a y c e e P Challenge Trophy, however, will .slill be. up for competition. Convener Mrs. I'ay Sloane says that sessions from to and from to f) p.m. are expected to all'.acl 225 do- nors. 88lh birthday ICTZIKOM (HNS) To help j celebrate her flfilh birthday re- cently, Mrs, Laura Slromsmoc was pleased lo have a supper (tir tier family. Ijethbridge school division, 510 446. The remaining money is re- cpiisitioned as follows: I.e'.b- uridge Municipal Hospilal, Lclhbridge Auxiliary Hospital, S614; norlh regional recreation board, SG93: Rarons- Knreka llrallb unit, ami Oldman River Regional Plan- ning Commission. for total requisitions of The debenture debt charges for sLrcel paving, water works and server are The welfare situation: only S81 paid out. Tolal cxpenililures (or 107! were leaving a surplus of 59.259. ol the village arc very good a'oout obtaining Ihe necessary licences for I heir dogs. It was also pointed out there is still a five per eenl discount ODDS and ENDS S19 CLEARANCE 23" Console B ond W Televisions Reg. up to Pre lei fine tuning Intrant on picture Twin spcakcn Tone conlrol 1 yr. warranty on and labor SPECIAL AS LOW AS .95 ACTIVE T.V. SERVICE 123B 3rd Avc. S. PHONE 327-5020 PROBE SITE SolLs lechnicion Doug Magnuson and drilling rig operator Ted Taphorn recover soil samples. They made lesl holes along the proposed Taber airport (I is four miles northwest of labor. will oid in deciding base conslruclion for ihe paved ond lighted runway. Surveyors George Hays, Bob Danner and Ltroy Haynci plotted topographical details ovt-r on HOO-fool wiriih. Gibb Phoio 180 girls take part; in rally GI1ANUM UINS) "Huppi rt'KS Is" wns Ihe lliomc for UK' one-day Calviuclle Dally M'J in llic Communily Hal! hero recently. .More Ihan gn'ls and ronn- cilloi-s Irom NolilctoKi. bridfic, Brooks, Iron Sjidnps, Vauxliall, Tahcr and Gramim look pint. Tlic afternoon session con- .sislcrt o[ p.inics ;md compcli- lions. II was followed by a ppaglictti and nwillinll Kiippci-. for Ihe cvcninR session a proKrnm presented willi each cluh conlriljiitinK. 4'6" Green Velvcl Headboards. Regular 39.00. SPRING SALt NIGHT TABLE, OAK Rog. 79.00. SPRING CIEAN-UP SAIE DOOR CHIEF., OAK Reg, 169.00. SPRING CLEAN-UP SAIE NIGHT TABLES, WALNUT Reg. 79.00. SPRING CIEAN-UP SALE 54-60" WALNUT HEADBOAUM Re0. 6900. Q5Q SPRING CLEAN-UP SALE 80" WALNUT HEADBOARD Reg. 7995. SPRING CLEAN'-UP SAIE 5-DRAWER CHIFFONIER Reoular 115.00. SALE 7-DRAWER DRESSER Rogulor 169.00. SALE...... 5-DRAWER CHIFF. Regular 129.00 SALE PLEASE NOTE! We hnve a Icircjfc selection of lingie ilenis such ns drciiers, nighl laMes, chiffoniers, etc. all now yoing at spring clctin-up sole pikes! 3-3 SEAtY POSTUREPEDIC MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING Reg. 190.00, SPRING CLEAN-UP SAIE 5179 4-0 SEAI.Y POSTUREPEDIC MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING Rog. 199.00. SPRING CLEAN-UP SAtE S179 3-3 CAPITOL DELUXE ENSEMBLE MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING While hrnrl board, bracfccls. SPECIAL Leafs win COAUMLE The Loafs, coaclicd hy Tlk'k Corey, rccenl ly won I hf Jt.in lam Ice Hockey Lcagur cham- pionship. II was sponsored In (lie Lclhbridpe county .soulliprn regional rccrcalion board. The playoffs WPI-C held in (he Lcthbridge Henderson Tec Arc- tia. Tt was a Iwo-lcam league1. The Maple LcaTs won -1-2 over I he Brrnns roarhcd hy George Botany, Jr. CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE <1'6" SEALY POSTUREPEDIC MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING Rcyulor 19900. C117Q SPRING CLEAN-UP SALE I I 3 -1-6 SIMMONS BEAUmeST MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING Rng. 339.00. SPRINC CLEAN-UP SALE 4-0 CAPITOL DELUXE MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING Reg, B9.00. SPRING CLEAN-UP SALE 4-6 CAPITOL DELUXE MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING Reg. 89.00. SPRING CIEAN UP SALE SS9 ss More district anes 26. 159 326 5th Street S. Phone 327-B578 Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Man. fo Saf, nxccpf Triurj, nnd Fri. 9 n.m. lo 9 p.m.