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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 IETHBRIDOE HERALD Wmlnnidov, JJ, 197J A lliail wllO loves WOOcl Here Comes Honeybear OTTAWA (CT) Folksy verses tuul work li.ive boon Nomil life. And at the old Ottawan continues 1o do his work, though on a smaller scale Hunt before he retired as carpenter and ca-1 bine! maker of tlio National Mu-' urn. He bends lits bald lieud mid old oyfs over sleek trays, chunky flower pots and other household objects and moulds them all with alternate blonde- nnrf-hrown-v.'oixl per- sonal stamp. Mr. docs this liy glueing painstaking care Hie wotxis and pol- ishing them to a soft satiny sheen. "Very early in life I had a for in p. antl I inherited the ability to do Hie work [ro 111 hoth sides of the family. "I was raised on the farm and. v, hen work too pressing, I went to my uncle's at Smiths Falls, Out, He was a fine wheelwright. "I ended dp a cabinet maker, although I was a carpenter for j vears." Mrs. Cleave heads aides BLAIHMOHE fCNP Bureau) Mrs. Joyce Cleave, was el- ected president of the certified mii'sinR aides at a recent meet- ing held at the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital. ft was attended by 15 mem- bers. Also elected to (he executive were vice-president A tine Fan- tin: secretary Mrs, Clvi.s Hunil, and treasurer Mrs. Sharon Van- cm. was made that winners of the. ham and turkey raffle were Don Carpill of Btoirmore and K. Antonenko of Colcman. Crammed In his huge old r o 11 -1 o p desk, however, are scraps of another love; that of writing simple, unassuming poems full of quiet country li'.rrr.nr: "I my wile In Shawville town, She measures Just two feet nround; She is the kind you like to me lit. She knits my socks to fit my feet. She knits them with white toes and heels, 11. in a kes them b a ve a cosy feel; And if there ever comes n hole, She darns them and she never scolds." But mainly it's the wood that Norval Kilcjour loves and spends his days with, making his sim- ple treasures. "If my hands didn't shake so much I'd be all right, but then every old person has something, don't he mused, vlio, as is usually the case in such partnerships, did most1 of the leg and jaw work in a game of fetch with a buddy, Brett Caimel of Huron, Ohio. Below, Brett, 4, does his bit, tossing a plastic bowling pin into a convenient pond, and Honeybear docs hers, returning to the launch point with the pin, right. Mission completed. (Photos by Peta Groh, Sandusky Register) TORONTO (CP) A study of Montreal patients who were irought back It) life after their leart.s stopped heating has ound that half are still alive hrce years later The Oceans Are Being Overf rished Massive catches by foreign fleets have reduced our marine resources to a dangerous level, and are threatening the livelihoods of Canadian fishermen. In Saturday's Weekend Magazine, naturalist and author Harold Norwood cexamirfes the situation. He explains that Canadians aren't the only potential Hockey's All-time Thriller Series Andy O'Brien analyzes the results of the Russian- Canada hockey battle. Complete with full-colo; action shots by Frank Prazak "Dirty" Politics Rumor spreading, smear monqering snrl othe' questionable tactics made the 1945 Grey North federal byelection one of the "dirtiest" in Canada's history Robert the I battle, this Saturday in Weekend Magazine. Mad About Bidding Anthony Patterson tells what it's like to be caught up in the bidding at art art auction. Wonderful Home-baked Bread Bread baking is back in style and Margo Oliver offers her sure-to-please recipes. The Lethbridge Herald 'Dead' patients in Montreal still alive worse health. Doctors Jean Lemalre and Arnold L. Johnson, both of McGill University, described the study today to the Canadian The doctors said their study i They said patients who shows restarting the heart of a suffered cardiac arrest in "dead" patient is worthwhile Royal Victoria Hospital be- "since It can save from a con- twcen 1S60 and 1970 were given tinued slate of death one out of i resuscitation by a team of doc- five patients." I tors and nurses. AU patients had stopped breathing and had no rules and were considered "deceased." The treatment brought 130 natients back to life. SAV Guardsman Muffler oears 3 Days Only Reg. and up ook ot thess long-life features: Full length Inner rubei reduce life-robbing condensation. zinc-coated outer shell; extra Inner shell. Crimped lock guard against eaks, etc. Save Solid State your car to -67 degrees F, Gal. Windshield antl freeze AM Car Radio 8 track Cartridge Player Save on Deluxe Timing Light Sears Quality Coats No More at Simpsons-Sears at Simpsons-Sears you get ihe finosi (uarantea oumwK-io-swMrvio laHifaclion or money rtfuntJtd iwginiwitri ihe win SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a.m. In 6 p.m. Daily Thursday and rridoy 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Ccniri Village 2nd and 13lh SI N, ;