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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ____________. Wtdnoiday, Odeber 5J, 1973 THI HWAIS _ Hal fioyZe's hits and pieces No false teeth for alligators By IIA1. BOYI.E NEW YORK (API Things a columnist niiglit never know if he didn't open his mail: Alligators don't have to worry about getting false teeth. Some members of the alligator family grow us many as JO sets of teeth in a life- time. The auto has become man's worst for man himself. Of the 114 million frivers in the U.S., one in five was Involved in a car accident last year, were killed, and five million were injured. Spectacles w e r e n 't intro- duced until around Hie dawn of the 14th century. Until then millions of short-sighted people throughout the world lived out their lives without ever really seeing a mountain, t cloud or the stars. One of the myths about sex most people used to and many still that food containing saltpeter will rob both men and women of sexual desire. It doesn't. Salt- peter, however, is still some- times used to preserve meat or improve its color. You may have trouble find- ing your identity, but you can be pretty sure of one Ihing: you are different from every- one else on earth. Except for identical twins, who rto have !he same mixture of genes, since they both come from a single fevtili7.ed egg, your chance of being exactly like any other human being is in- finitesimally small. The odds against it can be expressed only by the tfgit one followed by zeros. FEW CONQUER CHANNEL Postpone it: If you are plan- ning to try to swim the Eng- lish Channel, better wait now until next year. Of more in an swimmers who at- tempted this feat, fewer than 200 have succeeded since Mat- thew Webb first conquered the Channel in 1875. Strong tides and ttie cold, choppy waters defeated more than swimmers. Belittled Confucius, long revered by the Chinese KS Hie wisest o! their wise men. is officially in disfavor in mainland China. Authori- ties feel his teachings tend to uiK'ermme authoritarianism because they stress the ethi- cal responsibilities of individ- uals. But the books of Confu- cius, burned in 213 BC by an earlier short-lived dictator- sliip, survived to become the basis of Chinese education for more than years. Exit lines: The astronomer Copernicus said on his death bed, "Now, 0 Lord, set Thy servant free." French revolu- tionist Georges Jacques Dan- ton told his executioner, "Re sure you show the mob my head. It will be a long time ere they see its like." Hanni- bal remarked sarcastically, "Let us now relieve the Ho- nians of their fears by the eVjalli of a fccljle old man." Rabelais murmured, "L e t down the curtain, the farce is over." It was Samuel Bntler who observed, "A lien is just un egg's way of making another Top Charolais PRIDD1S Grand champion Charolais bull at the Pacific National Exhibition at Vancou- ver was "Mr. owned by Peter and Rie Blanker! of Priddis. Harvey Trimble o! Okoloks bought the bull for M.OOO. Mr. Beazley Is 100 per cent clean polled the first polled Charolais to win grand crmm- oion at a national show in Can- SIMPSONS bears The Palazzo Era And the news for daytime...more palaazo pantsl Suited to tho look you want...sophisticated, elegant) easy. And in double knits of poly- ester or polyester-acetate blend. You'll love them for their comfort and easy (they're machine-washable, Cropo jacketed or blazered. Accompanied, of course, with those wide-flaring pala.zzos...terrificol Slack, asst'd colors. Sizes 7-15r 8-16. Ladies' Dresses, Suits SIMPSONS bears MEN'S SKIMO 99 Reg. Tough oxford-weave nylon tcated with polyurethane to repel wind end rain Deep o cry He pile-lined hood and body for juper-warmth Spanish lamb-trimmed hood O Full 36 inches long for lols of prcleciion againsf winter A great buyl This longer-length parka protecU you from the winter blest and focks good doing it. De- tailed with braici Irim; fronl [urn bo-zip closing; two pockets- Storm cuffs, Quilled rayon-lined In Navy only. Meni Wear Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS; Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m to 9 p.m. Telephone 329-9231 Remember to save your pennies for UNICEF Quality Cosls No More al Sinipson-Srars ITOflE HOURS: Open Doily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday V lo 9 p.m. Cpnlrn Villogo. Tolcphono 328.9731 Save Winter in supple lambskin gloves Inis year hands havo it soft in f; I lib n Lo oly f J c e lirprf in silky Bfimhera Arirt rr.. T ylf o n c Ea h D Bo n r ft P f I h r rtf longtti. Reg. 999 b-SmsriV teshicn fl 799 Classy looks In Canadian-made handbags .1 int [o bd seen 793 SIMPSONS bears Quality Cosls No More at Simpsons-Scar? STORE HOURS: Optr, Doily a.m. lo p.m.: Thundery ond Friday 9 n.m to p.r Village TclepKonB 328-9131. ;