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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday September 10, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Columnist's notebook By Hal Boyle NEW YORK Remarks that a headwaiter gets tired of heating Heieat the restaurant he s known as Maurice but at home in the neighborhood still calls him foe The onh I-iench Maurice knows is what he picked up Irom a foreign phrase book a customer left here 20 years ago i know I ve sent the steak back three times pardner and I II keep on sending it bac k until vou bi ing me a real piece of steer I m liom Tex as and I know what good steak is hat is he ins t wearing a jacket Maurice' Let him in amwav He owns a 20 acre ranch in the middle of Albu querque Push the coined beef hash all week Maurice ft there s left Fridav night the staff is going to be paid in it Is this what caviar is sup- posed to taste like' I think mine is kinda underdone Maurice is fuming because he thinks the waiters are holding out on his share of the tips When he was just a trav balancer here himself he used to hide half his tip NEW YORK Things a columnist might never know il he didn t open his mail A whale a giraffe and a mouse don t look much alike but tires have one thing in c ommon hach has seven bones in its neck How small are red for puscks'Well acubemeasur ing onlv 1 25th of an inch on each side could hold more red blood corpuscles than there are people in Chicago These tun little carriers ol to tin blood are inlimteh too are leading this sentence six to 10 billion ol them will pass through lungs If vou lead with lips the number will be. laigei Do wonder il vou re stupid bef ause sometimes have trouble quickly telling tight from lelt Well don t worn about it adults me hiding those of superior intellect have the same dil ficult Neurologists say this in his shoes I been bookie lor 10 but re into me now lor 558 bucks L nless up the end ol the week I in going to stall coming in here and or dei ing rm dinners on the cuff Out usua1 tabie please Maunce wile and I just Hew in from the Riviera and we re totalK exhausted If our usual table is taken 1 m afiaid we 1! have to dine elsewhere II I slipped vou tour bits on the side could me and rm girl friend a table near some celebrities' She likes to get them to sign her autogiaph book I m afraid we can t am more wine from that wmerv voui second cousin owns near Chicago even though he makes us a special pr ice Three of our customers alieadv have complained the stuff makes them sick The chet is oil on a bender Maunce and somebodv will have to (ill in tor him You used to be a short order cook once didn t Well take off that boiled shirt and black tie and get out to the kitchen and we 11 see if re still at home on the range contusion is more common among women than men BF.4UTY IS FOREVER Quotable notables It is bet let to be a part of beauU for one instant and then cease to exist lorevei than never be a pail ol beautv Mar our nose knows There are millions of odors on earth but hologists are all ai lations of four primasx smells flagrant ac id rancid and burnt Worth remembering Ad- vice is wonderful Fake it and (an make the same mis lakes evervbodv else docs Spoils comeback (roquet a lawn game with mallets wickets and balls which reached its in England is having something of a revival in the I nitccl Slates perhaps because ol its restlul nature I.nghsh enthusiast once desc i ibed the game thuslv roquet is 10-times more itmg than tiddlvwinks One advantage it doesn t require a Mandbv ambulance Convenience-happy U.S.A. now facing extreme lest llvdrofoils then find itoiu At top is the Bell-Baldwin HD-4 as it appears as a model in the Alexander Graham Bell Museum in Baddeck N S Below is the Canadian Forces experimental hydrofoil Bras d Or m action off Chebucto Head NS in 1970 The HD-4 reached a record 708 miles an hour on Baddeck Bay in 1919 but nothing came of the invention In the 1969s the Canadian government undertook the Bras d Or at a cost of million Her top speed is 723 miles an hour the 151-foot vessel is now in mothballs in Halifax Bv KOBUtl New Vork 1 mil's Service M W SOHK are about to ut the most ex lie me test vet ot how much coin cine n lelkc t the impac t ol a seat In II ie rmiidei svste'in install d on l'i" i .1 s under gove'i n mi ill 01 de'i s annov ing warning sounds in this ve n s moeie'ls it thev are put nun gea. and the di iver and Irout seat passenger have not lasle neei lap be Its S lie iv expci ts believe that main eiwtieis ol 147i eats hive 11e U mv ente d the sv sie m usuallv bv dis connecting the apparatus or buekling the belt and sitting on it Ne ve i the less it appeals that Hie m 197i eais have pi onipt ed man v motoi ists to use their belts loi the In si time Indian judge helps his people BC (CP Provincial court Judge Alfred Scow hopes lo help alleviate some problems between the Indian com mumties and the pohce on Vancouver Island bv working in the northern part of the island Judge Scow recentlv transferred to this area from the Prince Rupert district in British Columbia is the onlv full-time legallv trained In dian judge in tne province He was the first Indian called to the B C bar in 1962 Moving to the northern por tion of the island ma> help Judge Scow achiev e a bov hood dream During his childhood in Alert Bav B C which now is unaer his jurisdiction Judge Scow decided he wanted to become a lawver to help his people I could see from things that were happening that we were not dealing with the government as equals Thev had a balterv of lawvers and we had none I felt we should have a lawver co I decided to become one MOST CLIENTS WHITE Judge Scow found thai mos-l of his chenls were non Indian when he practised law in an couver He said he offered his services lo Indian orgamzalions but Ihev did not respond Appointed a judge in 1971 he said he believes the transfew to Courtenav is an atlempt lo resolve problems between Indians and police Another of his dulies will be lo develop a familv court so that children receive adequate maintenance from their parents Judge Scow is a graduate of Umversitv of British Colum- bia He practised law in Van couver for three vears before becoming citv proseculor in New Westminster BC for two vears Shortlv after he was ap pointed the provincial government as chairman ot the board of review for the Workmen s Compensation Board In 1971 when he had just reached an agreement with the National Indian Brotherhood to work for them in Ottawa he was appointed judge in the Prince Rupert distiicl EXCUSE ACCEPTED KOMPmi) 1 upland Pi ihe e use given In Kevin Hi ie n 101 his lite ippe at me e in e our t w is ie c pic d bv magistrates On Ins to tin courthouse O Bi ie n w is bombed bv i bud llv inn ihe ul and had n turn lor i quick shampoo DOG are fun days for Chester, mciunting the slid ing board (above) and slid ing down (below) in Brad ford. Pa Keeping an eve on him apparenth unnecessan Iv is park supe'rvisor Tina Langrancse Chester is a regular there IT'S DUNLOP 'S FOR 1973! Here's your opportunity to buy a great 1973 car at incredible savings as we slash all prices in our final clear out to make room for the soon to be announced 1974's. Sale Hours: Wide Open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sat. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE AND 16th AVE. S. PHONE 328-8861 BRAND 1973THUNDERBIRD Stock No 853 Color silver blue blue vinyl roof air conditioned 429 V-8 all the T-Bird luxuries FINAL SLASH NEW! 1973 TORINO 2 DOOR HARDTOP stock No 437 V-8 auto PS P B FINAL SLASH 3544 BRAND NEW 1973 CUSTOM 500 2 DOOR HARDTOP Stock No 963 Copper V 8 auto PS P B FINAL SLASH S4444 1973 CUSTOM 2 DOOR HARDTOP Stock No 484 Red with white vinyl roof V 8 auto P B PS FINAL SLASH BRAND NEW 1973 LTD SQUIRE 8 PSGR. WAGON Stock No 961 Ginger glow 460 V-8 air con- ditioning and all the Ford Better Ideas FINAL SLASH ALL A-1 USED CARS PRICED TO GO K NO 1971 PONTIAC 4 door Laurentian V-8 auto PS P B radio new paint IO( K NO hOGA 1971 PONTIAC 2 dr hardtoo Catali m soi les V 8 auto PS P B radio new paint K NO il 1970 MONTCALM dr hardtop real clean unit fully equipped med broWn m color STOe k NO 1970 CUTLASS 2 dr hardtop blue m color fully equipped auto trans STOCK NO "j'P 1970 TORINO Sedi T V 8 auto red in color new paint '-If c I NO nOfA 1968 METEOR Rideau 500 Station wag- on V 8 auto PS P B radio STOCK NO 1971 FORD F250 ton Long wheel base wide box V-8 auto radio good rubber NO 216A 1967 IHC Vz TON Green in coloi V- 3 speed si ex K NO 1971 FORD TILT CAB C700 361 V-8 5 speed trans 2 speed rear axlo ;