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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta me LBinvmuuE IIEHAI.P BISON MAKE A NEW HOME REGINA A small herd of North American buffalo brought to the commercial forests of northern Saskatchewatralmost five years ago appears finally to be getting a foothold. The resources department said the 50 brought from Alberta's Elk Island National dispersed through the forests and the department had a difficult time finding them to check on them. Because the bison were too young to their numbers apparently dwindled somewhat due to careless hunters and but now a preliminary carried out with indicates they are back up to 50 and reproducing. The bison have also tended to gather together making counting easier. Another 13 bison brought to Buffalo Pound Pro- vincial Park in has doubled in number since coming to Saskatchewan. By MASTER CRAFTSMEN Featuring... IMPERIAL BLACK GRANITE Also... BALMORAL RED and OXFORD GREY GRANITE llMCriptlNS Largest Stock of Memorials in Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL LTD LETHBRIDGE 327-3920 325 8th St. We are the experienced consultants in PRE-NEED ARRANGEMENTS Lynne Van Luven Male centrefolds spark pageant ideas Surely this dreadful dis- crimination shall not be allowed to Must not this rankest sort of pre- judice be immediately I of to the terrible lack within our society of beauty contests for men. With male centrefolds an accepted can a Mr. Canada Pageant be far Certainly enlightened Canadians will not want to perpetuate such medieval attitudes. If we continue to limit our cultural mosaic only to female beauty do we not imply that men are Or that the physical attributes of Canadian males are. something N.OT to be dis- paraded and ogled. Or are there REALLY no beautiful men in this vast of course there as the judges always assure it is not physical beauty alone which determines the winner it is also Charm and And we cer- tainly have men with C and Not to mention talent If Canadians persist in this lop-sided discrimina- tion against male we may well wind up with a nation of fumbling fellows who are cowed into paranoia and impotence by their shrivelled sense of self- And you know all too well what such a sorry situation would portend for the country's.mental health to say nothing of the decline in the birth rate likely to result. politicans and citizens alike ought to unite in the common cause of men's beauty pageants. I can see it all now Someone like Judy LaMarsh or Juliette clean-cut not given to leering at the male Body Beautifuls would act as Ms. of ceremonies. There'd be a bathing suit contest nothing too mind only suits of a conser- vative ilk because anything too sexy or suggestive would blow our national network fuses. The contestants themselves would choose a 'Mr. Congeniality' probably the guy least prone to rough-housing in the bathrooms or ruining his opponents' chances by blackening eyes and re- arranging noses. most scin- tillating of all there would be talent displays where the four finalists could perform such memorable acts as playing Beethoven's Ninth on tissue paper and or accompanying their tap- dancing routine with a stunning stoccato of knuckle-cracking. We'd also hear impromptu speeches about such philosophical gems as Goals in and is True The most thrilling mo- ment of all would come with the crowning of the beauty king. lips atremble but head high in our hero would parade down the ramp as the most beautiful in all of Canada. His A year's supply of executive after-shave and Bloor Street suits. Best of he is sentenced to 'represent' his countrymen at gala openings of filling centres and grand promo- tion stunts in shopping centres CLOTHES WASH whiter and brighter and wear longer with soft RENT OR BUY ASK THE WHO SAT- IMd-N. Mcyor MigrMh DrtM PtKMM 327-7M7 STILL SELLING FOR STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 3143rd Straits. Phom327-3024 Now Arriving Place Your Orders New Holland Model GRINDER MIXER New Holland Model 790 Spreader UMd Bale Wagons in Stock 1030 Pull Type 1024 Pull Type Phone' 234-4428 MACLEOD FARM CENTRE MPW Mftl I AND EfklJIDMFMT 1046 Self Propelled 1045 Propelled Fort Macleod Alberta ;