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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta i LETH6RIOOE HERAID Solurday, SBflembor 16, 1972 Rich man crank about creeping DALLAS (AP) H. L. Hunt, one of the world's rich- est men, popped a date into his mouth and smiled. "I'm a crank about he Creeping? "You get down on all fours and walk on your hands a the 83-year-old health fan explained. He promptly dropped down to the floor ot his dining room lo demon- strate. "You see, you look at your little finger of each hand as you walk the hand forward and that turns your head Bide- to side. It's natural exercise, Jike when you were an ape." he said. Hunt was creeping around the breakfast table so fast the photographer couldn't focus on him. He didn't even put on his creeping knee pads, just dropped to the floor in his blue pin stripe suit. "She doesn't Hunt said of his wife when lie re- turned to his breakfast plate. He munched grapes, pecans, dates and an apricot, and drank fruit juices and bouil- lon. "Creeping Is probably the second best exercise in tho world next to Hunt said. STARTED AFrKP. M1S11A1' Creeping exercises every muscle in tho body, Hunt said, adding that It also pro- vides "a sort of neurological retraining" of motor im- pulses. Hunt said he started creeping as therapy after he injiired lu's back in an auto accident. "I creep about two to tliree minutes a day, several times a he explained. He also has yoga lessons twice a week and maintains a strict health food regimen of pure foods. Hunt, a leading oil pro- ducer and food processing magnate, said: "I used to be the world's No. 1 soft shell pecan grower. I suppose I still am. I eat them instead of LETHBR1DGE KIWANIS CLUBS7 ANNUAL APPLE CAMPAIGN NOW IN PROGRESS Ho also avoids white bread and white sugar. Instead he prefers his own bread recipe of cracked wheat aJid nuts and uses honey. "I grow most of my vege- tables on three acres of gar- den to the side of the he said, "They should be as raw as possible and free from salt for best use." Hunt stoops a bit, but hia grip is still strong and he can puU himself up from his creeping. He works six days a week, staying active from 7 a.m. to p.m. H. I.. HUNT bskt. 2 Buy a basket of these tantalizing, mouth- watering fancy Mclntosh apples when a Kiwams member calls at your home and help to further the many worthwhile projects sponsored by Kiwanis Clubs. SOME OF THESE INCLUDE: Kiwanls Music Festival, Girl Guide Camp at Fart Macleod, Young Peoples Sharpshooters Gun Club, Scholarships, 4-H CTub Award Winners, Tourist Huts, plus many other. ,50 'N PLACE -A-PP1S ORD1RS A DONATION WOULD AISO BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. 440 Search and Rescue is tops at para-rescue Western Roundup College site selected VICTORIA (CP) The Unit- ed World Colleges School of the Pacific will be built on a 70-acre site on Mary Hill at Pedder Bay, 15 miles southwest of here, It was announced here. Japan oil sands eyes EDMONTON (CP) The Al- lison Cup for the best perform- ance by an international para- rescue team has been won by Dog smoking in bed story HAMILTON, Ohio (AP) A fire at a residence near here is officially listed; as being caused by a "dog smok- ing in bed." Volunteer firemen said they searched a smoke-filled house and all they could find was a dog's bed smouldering. They said Uie bed had two ciga- rette butts in it, and since they couldn't determine any other cause, they listed the blaze as a "dog smoking in bed." an Edmonton-based squadron. The 440 Search and Rescue Squadron from Canadian Forces Base Edmonton won the trophy in competition with five other Canadian squadrons and two from the United States Air Force based in Alaska. The teams, competing during the last four c'ays, were re- quired to pel-form static-line jumps from feet and then drop supplies both by parachute and in bundles. CPB Trenton Squadron 424 won the para-jump trophy for the best series of slat-c-line jumps and Corporal Bill Krier of the Survival Training School in 'Edmonton won the warrant officers' trophy as the best in- dividual competitor. SPEND ABROAD Britons travelling abroad 1971 spent billion. Relax. We're making the arrangements today for trie natural gas comfort ypu'll want in1991. '..frfvZ Canadian western delivers the gas ccnoDion western narurau oas company umrreD investment EDMONTON (CP) The subject of Alberta oil sands de- velopment met with favorably response in Japan, Bill Dickie, Alberta minister of mines and minerals, said today. Alberta's recent trade mis- sion learned that Japan wants erto diversify Its sources of troleum and the Alberta oil sands offer an alternative. The bulk of Japan's o'l supply comes from the Middle East. Though Alberta did not pre- sent any major oil sands de- velopment proposal to the Jap- anese, the Alberta government is preparing a long term oil sands policy it hopes to have completed by early 1973, said Mr. Dickie. The Alberta government wanted lo determine Japanese interest In the oil sands devel- opment during the tour to help formulate a long-term policy, he said. The province's attitude to foreign investment in resource development projects was of major concern to Japanese In- dustry. The implications of foreign investment in Alberta is cur- rently under review by a leg- islature committee expected to make policy recommendations early next year. The land has been bought by United World Colleges from the federal defence department and Lhe school is expected to open September, 1974. A million building cam- paign for the school is planned for late this fall wilh constnic- lion of the school expected to aegin by May, 1973. The school will be patterned alter a rural country village and will have on enrolment ca- pacity of 30 students. It will be the third united World College in operation. One is located In Wales while the second opened this year in Singapore. NEW TELEPHONE BATES "REG IN A (CP) New long- distance telephone rates will he introduced in Saskatchewan Nov. 5, resulting in savings ol million to customers, Gov rrnment Services Minister John irokelbank announced here. The maximum charge for a customer dialed, one-minuti daytime call anywhere in th' province will be 52 cents com pared with the present maxi mum of NEW MINISTER THE PAS, Man. (CP) Pre- mier Ed Schreyer announced here that Ron McBryde, com- missioner of notbern affairs, has been appointed" Manitoba's first minister of northern af' fairs. GRANTS EXTRADITION SASKATOON (CP) A Utah judge has granted an extradi- tion order for the return to Can- ada of Frank Gunnuscio, 27, fanled In connection with the (uly 25 death of Shirley John- on, 21. Serge Kujawa, director o( .irosecutlons for Saskatchewan, aid lu's department is complel- ng formalities for the extradi- tion of Gunnuscio from Salt Lake City. Win nomination, for SC party EDMONTON (CP) Two Social Credit candidates for the Oct. 30 federal election were nominated Wednesday night. Norman Wiwchak, 29, of Ath- abasca, president of the Pem- bina Social Credit Hiding As- sociation, was nominated in Pemhlna riding and Martin Hiitlersley, 40, an Edmonton lawyer, was named to contest Edmonton Centre. The nominations bring to sev- en, the number of Social Cre- dit candidates named in tho 19 Alberta constituencies. r SAND f GRAVEL I ASPHALT L TOLLESTRUP r SAND AND GRAVEL W Construction Co. Ltd. T PHONE k 3Z8-2702-327-3610 New flareup near border TEL AVIV (AP) Arab guerrillas killed two Israeli sol- diers and wounded another In a clash on the slopes of Mount Hermon near the border of Lebanon, the military com- mand reported today. There was no report of Arab casu- alties. The frontier fight was the first serious flareup since last Friday, when Israeli air force jets raided 10 Arab guerrilla camps and bases deep Inside Syria and Lebanon. 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