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Winnipeg Tribune (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Winnipeg, ManitobaThe Winnipeg evening Tribune monday december 12, 1932 motorists hand out same City briefs Bridge expert has Short a a or a 1 a i t of a 1 old excuses say police hoping for some originality Veteran traffic patrolmen know them All so its no use a they Haj id out the same of line All the time the same excuses the same fags a that e what truffle policemen Tell you when asked what exc Sra they hear the most when they Force speeding motorists to pull into the curb. The same old gag of course is the obvious one. Quot officer i had no idea i was going that fast. You know i never drive fast As a but the policeman usually does t know and does no to seem to want to learn very much about the habits of the particular Driver. Instead he invites them to quot Tell it to the magistrate and they do. Knows All excuses the old Veteran at the game of patrolling the highways knows All the excuses. He has heard them All Over and Over again. Motorists have very Little originality he complains nothing to break the Monotony of the Day s work. Quot sometimes they toll you they re going to the Hospital we get that one As often As any. They never any they re going to a fire because we usually ask if they think they Ara it s extraordinary the Speed Cope say How often just before a speeding Motorist 1 a pulled up he has been watching the speedometer closely. He knows that the speedometer has been indicating a Speed the Best advantage but believe it or not they Don t argue very j quot As a general Rule.,�?� he continued a women Are More careful More j level headed than men except in an emergency. In an emergency they do some pretty stupid things. And furthermore they re very polite As a Rule. Of course there Are but he did t go j into that. When a Man to accompanied by a Latov Friend she invariably we ants to do All the talking he finds. She does t seem to Dut much Confidence in her companions ability to squeeze out of a tight spot. Police men always polite As Drivers know wait patiently until the Young woman has finished her monologue before he starts his. By that time he admits his Frame of mind is sometimes changed. Another old favorite motorists always know that the Speed cop has been following them they admit that. Quot officer i saw you were following me. You Don t think id intentionally Speed while i knew you were there do you a that a another old favorite and As helpful As the others. Quot highly excitable people give the most ridiculous excuses the Speed j discourage says quot sometimes a. be driving at is Miles an hour and when told to pull in will say that they were in reverse or at a standstill. The one about having to get Home before the Gas runs out has had a Good run. Too a that one is worked out on the theory that if the car is travelling fast enough and the Gas runs out the car will coast the rest of the Way. It fails to impress the aver airways superintendent at Edmon Knox Church Mother s club will i meet tuesday afternoon at 2.30 in-1 Stead of thursday afternoon. George f. Chipman editor of quot the country guide who underwent a minor operation Friday in st. Boniface Hospital returned Home sunday. Rev. W. Gordon Maclean pastor of first Church will address the kiwanis club at a luncheon in Royal Alexandra Hote at noon tuesday. His Subj it will be quot the problem of a smoking concert will be held in the club Ooma of the amputations association. 573 Portage ave., wednesday evening Decerb r 14 a it x p in the following artists will contribute to the program messes. Jsck Butler Bert Green. Geo. Burns Bill Mulheran. Chas. Denyer with Syd. Barnes As m c. Former residents of Bruce county ont. Will hold their annual organization me. Ting at 4 ., wednesday when the Bruce county association of Manitoba meets to hear the reports of the Secretary and treasurer. Officers for the ensuing a Star will be elected and arrangements for the annual banquet will be discussed. Professor w. T. Allison in an address to the Young men of spences Bible class at st Matthews Church sunday traced the evolution of the ofom group movement. Founded by a Young lutheran minister named Frank Bucknam who gamed his inspiration from a conference held at Kossick in the Lake country of England. It is based upon lire four attributes of love kindliness purity and unsell Shmuss and is distinguished by Ron Edison quot sharing quot and meditation and prayer quot quiet time. C. H. A punch quot Dickens Well known Northern Pilot and Canadian Cut to new scoring code system simple if simple tips Are borne in mind native sons of Canada attend Church service this also can by handled very simply. Let us suppose that we bid one no Trump and made three. The total value of the tricks is 100 Points but of that Only the value of the one bid trick namely 30, can be scored below the line. The remaining 70 Points must be scored above the line. Again let us suppose that we bid three no Trump and made j seven. The total value of these tricks would be 240 Points but we j can Only score the value of the three bid tricks namely 100 Points below the line. The balance of 140 Points would be scored above the j line. Seems strange suppose we make one no Trump 1 and then make one no Trump again a on the next hand. Does the second trick in that Case count 30 or 40 Points in that Case each trick j counts 30 Points for each trick a j Lei the first trick of that hand. Therefore it is perfectly possible to make one on Trump three times in succession and still not make by we. E. Mekenney Secretary american Bridge league this new contract scoring has been adopted almost universally and la now used by everyone who claims to keep abreast of the times in his Bridge. However Many score pads showing the old values Ara still in use and unless one has taken the time to study and learn the new scoring he May be unable to find the proper information when he most needs it i receive a great Many every Day inquiring about the new no Trump count and Many of my readers Are not quite Aura when a. Game. This appeared a Utt Lac trick counts 30 and when it counts j and u is but few of us can remember a Case where exactly one no Trump was made on three successive hands. One no Trump plus two no Trump does produce a game and we have the Peculiar the spirit of arrogant nationalism la the foe of International peace and Goodwill Rev. J. S. Bon Nell told the native sons of Canada at the annual United service at Westminster Church sunday afternoon. Rev. Or. Bonnell and Rev. R. M. Frayne of Atlantic ave. United Church were the two principal speaker. Quot life in the Dominion a said or. Bonnell a should be built on foundations of Justice and righteousness and these alone can endure. I believe the time has come for a to cease talking about the amazing natural resources in Canada until the National life of the country la so ordered and planned that there is great Opportunity for All to profit toy them. A there is not one problem that we cannot solve if we approach it in the spirit of brotherhood and Justice recognizing the right of every citizen to life work and that was the responsibility that came with the realization of Canadas nationhood. From confederation to the present time there had b in steady Progress toward Equality of status among the British Commonwealth of nations. During the service a collection was made for the Tribune empty stocking fund. Xmas special 40. The new under trick unities Are also difficult to remember for no two tricks have the same value. Today i am going to suggest a a anomaly that one plus one plus one couple of mathematical shortcuts which should be of assistance in age cop. Here s an old trick Rome motorists when they eee they Are being chased slow up till the cop is alongside and then try to Force him up against the curb and off the Road. This trick annoys ton. Left Winnipeg sunday for Waterways alta., flying a Fokker super c.k.a.j.c., which to had come to Winnipeg to take ont after it had been overhauled Here. He was accompanied by Sam Tomlinson As Engineer. Of Between 25 and so Miles an hour. And is not advisable. W of course he admits the instr wondered a Why Speed 1 club ment Niay be wrong. If he finally a a look that Way it try listening Breaks Down and admits be was go a �1,1. �ta7pn ing 60. He invariably astarte explain-1 a to the officer All about the wife 5? a pm fed up 111 and five children. It s remark 5ju a a quot Able How disinterested a Speed cop own or p can be in the speeder s family and its health. Next time to make your it May help women Are Meeker a How about women Drivers quot the Veteran Ca Chaser was asked. Quot do they act the same Way a a we find that they Don t. Women Are Meeker 1 was the Way he put 1l a they smile and use their eyes to hard work was Day is As hard on s woman As ditch digging is on a Man. And its just about at unpleasant and More monotonous. Besides it s so needless a with our Thrifty service ready to do All the washing and ironing of Flat work at such a Small Cost. Thrifty a service a a la. Phone 37 222 flew a eth0d laundry Ltd. Penner denies violence used in Arborg riot assertions that no violence was used by the disgruntled ukrainian Farmers of bifrost municipality and that one armed Reeve b. L Sigvaldson just got a a Little shaking from two women during the outbreak at Arborg Man., which stopped the tax Sale and caused the Reeve s resignation were made by Jacob Penner at a meeting of the Canadian labor defence league in the Dominion theatre sunday. Reeve Sigvaldson was elected on a Promise of quot no tax sales quot or. Penner claimed and when a tax Sale was announced the Farmers of the District gathered and asked for an explanation or Penner said that Sigvaldson had used quot certain language quot and had ordered the p. To fire on the gathering. Quot reports that Sigvaldson was manhandled and stripped of his clothing Are not True a or. Penner said two women gave him a Little shaking and being a one armed Man his coat naturally fell he also denied that the outbreak was instigated by the communist party and that the Only cause was the miserable conditions under which the Farmers of that District were living. Aubrey Brock Secretary and Joe Forkin also addressed the meeting. A. Bleckl was the chairman. Winner in the Carpenter social is whist drive held saturday in Royal templars Hall wern j. Simpson. Mrs. D. Gray mrs. E. Maunders. A. Komis j. Clark. Hidden prizes in whist were won by mrs. J. Williams mrs. K. Fanthorpe k. Hakenson and j. Smith. In the quot Lucky spot quot dance the winners were mrs. A. L. Mason and v. Mess. Mrs. E. Beveridge and l. Beveridge took the prizes in the balloon dance. Through a misunderstanding it was reported that two juveniles charged with assault and intent to Rob had been turned Over to the City police court by judge Hamilton of the juvenile court. This it has been Learned was not Correct. I both lads Are at present on remand i in the juvenile court and their cases will be dealt with on Friday. Remembering the new count. Drop last five the new no Trump scoring becomes very simple if we handle 11 in the following Way just score the no Trump tricks at the same values As before but drop the last five whenever it occur for example one no Trump counts so instead of 85 three no Trump counts 100 instead of 105 five no Trump counts 170 instead of 175. Two no Trump four no Trump and six no Trump do not end in five and therefore count 70, 140 and 210, respectively As they always did. There is a complication where part of the tricks Are bid for and i part of them Are Over tricks but1 does not equal one plus two. Basis of penalties the basis of All under track penalties is the following series of numbers 100, 250, 450, 700, 1.000. The player who has memorized that scrips need have no trouble figuring out any penalty he is Likely to encounter. They give there penalties for 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 under tricks respectively when doubled and not vulnerable. The penalties for undoubted. Vulnerable Are exactly the i i same use double the amount for j doubled vulnerable or redoubled i not vulnerable and four times the amount for redoubled vulnerable. By using these simple memory a aids anyone who understood the old scoring should have no trouble with the new. Copyright 19321 Worth of Church in world cannot be overestimated or. Silcox says neglect of religion fatal to individual and National greatness w. Wright charged with warehouse breaking and theft and with garage breaking and theft was committed for jury trial at the conclusion of a preliminary hearing before magistrate Graham in City police court today. The Case against Frank r. Baste Laere charged jointly with Wright in connection with the garage breaking was dismissed. Edward Lawler who has pleaded guilty to All 11 charges of forgery and uttering was remanded again until tomorrow morning for sentence when he appeared in City police court today. Police wanted Furtner time to prepare a report on the Case the court was told. Lawler sighed heavily when told he would have to remain another 24 hours in suspense. City police went on Winter hours today which meant they Only had to spend three horns on til. I at a stretch. Three hours on the Street three hours on Reserve in the police station and then three More hours on the Street will Complete their tour of duty from now until warm weather returns. A it is impossible to overestimate the Worth of the Church to the individual the family the Community and the nation quot said Rev. Or. J. B. Silcox at a service sunday morning at Central Church celebrating the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Church edifice. Or. Silcox who took for his topic a the w o rth of the Church quot was minister of the congregation when the building was opened and dedicated 50 years ago. Prior to the ser mon and at the communion service which followed he spoke of the Early Days of the Church and of the men and women who were associated with j him in pioneering the congregation j he also paid tribute to the memory a of or. Hugh Pedley and or. L. J. Gordon former ministers of the Church. Every Church teaching the truths a of the gospel to Young and old. And encouraging men and women to do justly love mercy and walk humbly with god was making a contribution to the intellectual and moral life of the Community of inestimable value or. Silcox said. Or. Silcox vital to nation As the flow of the Fountain depended on the fullness of the Reservoir so the moral life of the Community and nation depended largely a on the spiritual life developed in and disseminated through churches of the land lation to god and dependence on him. Worship was As old As humanity and religion As Universal As the human race. As far Back As history and tradition led them they found Mankind engaged in prayer and worship. Religion was As much a part of their nature As love intelligence. And language. Product of religion religion had Given them their highest Art and noblest literature. Under the influence of religion the Pilgrim fathers had exiled themselves from the land they loved crossed Stormy seas and Laid the foundations of the great american i Republic. J religion had produced the great universities and had built and equipped and endowed the temples of learning where science was taught. Wherever religion went a she built a schoolhouse a College j and a Hospital As Well As a Church. I she cared for the whole Many body mind and soul. Among reforms brought about by religion. Or. Silcox instanced the abolition of slavery. He declared that religion would sooner or later outlaw War and the liquor traffic. Or. Silcox next pointed out that Man had consecrated his Archilee Tural skill and his Gold to express in visible form his reverence for god. The noblest structures reared by human hands had been dedicated to divine worship testifying to Man s Faith in the spiritual world and to express the conviction that life did not end in the grave. Belief in immortality Many a belief in immortality was the underlying fact and Force in religion. Religion had not produced the Hope of immortality hut had been produced toy 1l without belief in immortality there would be no religion or. Silcox said. Men and women met for worship demanded because human nature the it. Men needed companionship on their Way to the better life. 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Aching fast two famous radio programs Amot a Goldbergs every night except saturday end sunday Ovar n. A peps Dent Antiseptic Ligion without churches any More than they could have education without schools. To put Small value on the Church was to neglect and undervalue re la Felon. Such neglect was fatal to individual character Community Well being and National greatness or. Silcox declared. Primarily the Church was s place of worship. It was a place where men women and children met to be taught of god that they might worship him intelligently and keep his commandments. It was also a place of prayer a place of comm Union with god and with the people of god. Influent on character or. Silcox told his congregation that when they looked Back and consider d the influences who re gave direction to their characters they were compelled to give a prominent place to the Church to was Well for them that in their Early years religion taught them that one Day out of seven was a god s Day that one House was god s House and that one Book on the pulpit was gods Book. It was in that Way that god came into their thought and life and they grew up believing there was a father in heaven who loved them and sought their highest Good. The worship of god was the highest act and attitude of the he j Man soul. Or Silcox declared. Man alone of All created beings offered homage and worship and obedience to his maker. Those who neglected worship failed to care for that which was divines a i in their nature and tended to Drift Back to animalism. Religion natural religion waa natural and needs i sary to Man. Or. Silcox stated j the Man who failed to Bow in fray or or unite in worship was lev no contrary to the noblest in st nets deepest needs and highest possibilities of his nature. The the human heart was made for love and the human soul for god. The world Over. In times of special need and peril and sorrow the Universal language of Mankind was prayer and the Universal testimony was that god was a present help in time of trouble living in a spiritual world they were spiritual beings. God could speak to them and they respond to i him Man was created in the do a Vine image and partook of the do Vine nature. Because of what they were it was right reasonable Nob e and i natural to take intelligent measures to express and recognize their references by which they were Separ ated were local and ephemeral and the things by which they were United Universal and eternal. Or. Silcox deplored emphasizing distinctions and differences. Jew and Gentile worshipped the same god he said. Both catholics and protes Tanta put the Cross in the forefront of their Faith. After All the difference Between the Saint and sinner was one of degree he affirmed. Quot because our nature and needs Are so alike because we Are the same in our Hopes and hungers and share also in the guilt and gains of our common humanity because our destinies Here and hereafter Aro Woven together like Warp and Woof let us go to the House of god and by hymn and prayer and kindly brotherly greetings help and hearted one another in the upward climb quot said or. Silcox. Daily through air service to Chicago la. Winnipeg 10.50 . A. Twin Citie 3.20 La. Twin cities 3.30 A. Chicago 7.15 Direct air connections at Chicago for new York. Cleveland. Kansas City Dallas los Angeles san Francisco. And other intermediate Points. Plans comfortably Hoato refreshments served route air mail reaches new Yolk for first delivery next morning Northwest airways inc. Canadian airways Ltd. 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