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Although he has never won the Nobel Peace Prize, 23-year-old Gregory Smith has already been nominated four times, the first time at age 12. Smith is the founder of International Youth Adcovates, an organization that “promotes principles of peace and understanding among your people throughout the world.” He has met with world leaders, Nobel Laureates, and has spoken in front of the United Nations.

THERE is nothing funnier than a dumb criminal. Nothing. Don’t believe us? Consider the recent story of Mario and Domingo, a pair of robbers who threatened to shoot a restaurant owner if he didn’t give them free food. The owner told the two men he was too busy for a robbery, and asked them to come back in an hour. So they did. Unsurprisingly, they ended up in handcuffs. Funny, right? With that in mind, we have compiled a list of 10 absurdly stupid law-breakers for your shameless amusement. There’s a famished banana brandisher, a crazy brave suburban lumberjack and an Amish kid who likes to run stop signs in a horse-drawn carriage. Have a read of our top 10. Just be warned: it would be a crime not to laugh. 1. SLIGHTLY ARMED ‘BATTERY’ The term “outgunned” doesn’t quite do this story justice. Derrick strolled into a discount gun store with a baseball bat, smashed a glass display case and tried to steal a firearm. Yes, he tried to rob a gun shop with a baseball bat. What happened next? The manager pulled out a gun of his own, pointed it at Derrick and kept him in the crosshairs until the police arrived. Don’t be too hard on yourself Derrick. Guns in a gun store? Nobody could have anticipated that. 2. IT’S RAINING IDIOTIC MEN Stupidity in motion. That’s the only way to describe this clip of one wannabe criminal’s botched robbery. Confronted by a locked door, he tries to scale the liquor store’s outside wall, and falls on his backside. Then he tries to drop gracefully into the shop from above, and falls on his backside. After assembling some stolen goods and failing to open the front door from the inside, the burglar tries to jump back through the hole he made in the ceiling, and falls on his backside. Eventually the poor guy just gives up, sits down for a smoke by the door and waits for the cops to show up. 3. WAITRESS HANDED HER OWN STOLEN ID A customer at Applebee’s, an American restaurant,

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we use the term “ingenious” very loosely. Matthew and Joey spurned more traditional disguises like masks or balaclavas, instead choosing to draw on their own faces with permanent markers. Here’s the thing about permanent marker. It’s extremely difficult to erase. So when the pair was pulled over by police after the bungled break-in, they were easily recognisable. The stunt earned Joey and Matthew the nickname “dumb and dumber”. 8. MAN DEMANDS SEX REFUND FROM TEEN’S FATHER A man in Stockholm, Sweden was a bit miffed when the 13-year-old girl he’d been courting didn’t show up for an arranged sex meeting. Having met the girl on a dating website, this man deposited an advance payment of 500 kronor, or about 85 Australian dollars, in her bank account before their “date”. When the teen stood him up, the man found her home phone number and called her father to demand a refund. You can imagine how that ended. 9. SIR, DROP THE BANANA John, a 17-year-old from the US state of North Carolina, entered an internet cafe and demanded money, claiming he had a gun hidden under his shirt. The “gun” was actually a banana. The cafe’s owner, along with a customer, restrained John and called the police. John ate the banana while he waited for the cops to arrive. Apparently the police joked about charging the kid with “destroying evidence”. 10. POLICE ARE NOT NOCTURNAL James’s first mistake was to try to break into his own mother’s house. Young James had a go at climbing through the first floor window, then bolted when he was caught. It didn’t help that he conducted the botched raid in broad daylight, but let’s set that aside for a moment, because this story gets much dumber. When police found James hiding in a crawl space near the scene and arrested him, the young man was stunned. James thought he couldn’t be arrested for burglary because it wasn’t night-time.

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Chai – 1 year old m a l e L i l a c P o i n t Siamese Chai is such a handsome Lilac point Siamese, we are amazed he has not been scooped up yet! He has an equally gorgeous personality, as he is gentle and loving, easygoing and really enjoys a good belly rub. He just looks like the softest stuffy ever, with that velvety fur and squinty happy eyes. You MUST meet him.

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Obie1 year old male black beauty We have discovered Obie is one big softie. He is a year old shiny black cat with a lovely, mellow personality, very friendly but not overwhelmingly needy! Black cats in general seem to be very hard to adopt out, but if you take one home you will discover very quickly that they are the most loyal and affectionate of feline friends.

Loki - 1-2 year old neutered German Shepherd Loki is full of life and ready to learn. He would benefit from a family that can continue on with teaching this firecracker his manners while also being able to drain this gogetter of his energy. Loki is a highly motivated dog and we know this will lead to nothing to success for this cutie-pie. Loki loves to play and run to expend energy, so would be well suited to an active family. He takes a while to warm up to certain males but once forming that relationship he excels. Loki would do best with a female K-9 friend and a home without cats.

Skeeter – 2 year old neutered male Redbone Coonhound We think Skeeter would make an excellent companion and family pet. Coonhounds love to be with their owners and family, and are happy just doing things with their humans, or sitting nearby, watching them. Skeeter has a sleek red coat and the long floppy ears characteristic of his breed. The Redbone is an extremely vocal dog, as would be expected of a hound. The breed is known for its distinctive “drawling” bark, also known as a “bay,” and we can vouch for the fact that Skeeter knows how to bay with the best of them. He is high energy and full of enthusiasm, just waiting for a loving family to make his own.

Mayzie - 5 month old Shepherd Terrier cross This little girl has shown great patience and an understanding since she arrived. She will need a patient, loving family that can provide her with comfort, happy moments and training. She needs to feel proud of herself so she can walk that much taller with some life skills in her pocket. Mayzie is still tender and shy right now, but has been slowly coming out of her shell. She is absorbing life’s lessons like a sponge. Sadly this girl had never really experienced life indoors before coming to the shelter, and is now learning the comforts that come from having a soft place to land and lots of love. She would love a family that will include her in their life inside and outside! Mayzie is truly a sweetie.

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TRYING TO WIN A NOBEL PRIZE A man is driving down a country road, when he spots a farmer standing in the middle of a huge field of grass. He pulls the car over to the side of the road and notices that the farmer is just standing there, doing nothing, looking at nothing. The man gets out of the car, walks all the way out to the farmer and asks him, “Ah excuse me mister, but what are you doing?” The farmer replies, “I’m trying to win a Nobel Prize.” “How?” asks the man, puzzled. “Well, I heard they give the Nobel Prize . . . to people who are out standing in their field.”

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awarded. As some are shared, there have been 876 winners. 4. No more than three recipients may share a Nobel Prize. 5. Only 45 Nobel Prizes have been awarded to women. 6. Linus Pauling (chemistry and peace) and Marie Curie (chemistry and physics) are the only winners of two Nobel Prizes in different disciplines. 7. John Bardeen (physics) and Frederick

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with the chemistry of radioactive substances, discovering the concept of radioactive halflife and alpha and beta radiation. Yet his most famous work was performed nine years after his prize, when he became the first to split the atom in a nuclear reaction. The chemical element rutherfordium (Element 104) is named after him. Fourteen of Rutherford’s students went on to become Nobel Prize winners themselves. • Albert Einstein was responsible for “the world’s most famous equation,” E=mc2, the formula for mass-energy equivalence. But that wasn’t the work for which he received his Nobel Prize in Physics. In 1921, this genius took the prize for discovering the cause of the photoelectric effect. • Following a vacation at his country home, Scottish biologist Alexander Fleming returned to his lab to find a fungus had developed in a stack of Petri dishes that contained a staphylococcus culture. The bacteria had died all around the area containing the mold, prompting him to perform experiments over the next 20 years showing that the mold prevented growth of staphylococci, even when diluted 800 times. Fleming named his “mold juice” penicillin, and it was produced as an antibiotic that could cure numerous serious infectious diseases. For his work in the field of Medicine, Fleming was awarded the 1945 Nobel Prize. • The “first person in the Western world to have shown us that a struggle can be waged without violence” was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964. At 33, Martin Luther King, Jr. became the youngest person to receive this honor for his work in America’s civil rights movement. King donated the prize money to the movement. • In the field of Literature, you’ll most likely recognize the names of Rudyard Kipling (1907), George Bernard Shaw (1925), Eugene O’Neill (1936), Pearl S. Buck (1938), Ernest Hemingway (1954), and John Steinbeck (1962). Although British statesman Sir Winston Churchill would normally be thought of as a candidate in the area of peace, he was actually awarded the Literature prize in 1953 for his works The Second World War and A History of the English Speaking Peoples. • Since 1901, more than 860 Nobel Prizes have been awarded. Of that number only 44 have been awarded to women, including the 1979 Peace Prize given to Mother Teresa. This Albanian nun, born Anjeze Gonxhe Bojaxhiu, founded the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta, India, in 1950, and spent 45 years caring for the poor, sick, orphaned, and dying. • American pathologist Francis Peyton Rous discovered a carcinogenic virus in 1911, observing that a malignant tumor could be transferred via a virus. His work was widely discredited by experts at the time, and it was not until 1966 that his work was deemed worthy of a Nobel Prize. Rous was 87 years old when he accepted his long-delayed award, and continued working until his death at age 91. • French surgeon Alexis Carrel received the 1912 Nobel Prize in Medicine as a pioneer in blood vessel suturing. Twenty years later he teamed up with famed pilot Charles Lindbergh to invent a “perfusion pump,” a device that allowed living organs to exist outside of the body during surgery, opening the door to the development of open heart surgery, organ transplants, and the 123.456.7890 123 Fish Street, City Prov. artificial heart.

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In keeping with our theme of Nobel Prizes this week, Tidbits focuses on a few of the many Canadians who have been awarded various prizes. • There were no Canadian-born Chemistry prize winners until 1983, when Henry Taube became the first chemist to receive the award for his “work in the mechanisms of electron transfer reactions.” Since that time, Canadians have been awarded the Chemistry prize in 1986, 1992, and 1993. • The career of Alice Munro has stretched over 45 years and in 2013, the 82-year-old Ontario author was finally rewarded for her efforts with the Nobel Prize in Literature, only the 13th woman to win the Literature prize since it was founded in 1902. Quebec-born Saul Bellow won in Literature in 1976, but because he moved to Chicago as a young child, he is considered an American writer, so Munro is largely deemed to be the first Canadian to win. Her first collection of stories wasn’t published until she was 37 years old. • Nova Scotia native Charles Brenton Huggins was a pioneer in cancer research, discovering that hormones could be used to control the spread of some cancers. His research demonstrated that cancer growth was dependent on specific hormones and that by removing the source of those

hormones, significant reversal resulted, a discovery that gave tremendous hope to those with prostate and breast cancer. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1966. • Since the Nobel Prize in Economics was instituted in 1969, Canadians have taken this award three times, in 1996, 1997, and 1999. • Diabetics across the world can be grateful for the tremendous research of Sir Frederick Grant Banting and John James Rickard Macleod. Banting was a scientist, doctor, and painter who was the primary discoverer of insulin. Macleod worked alongside Banting and spent much of his career researching carbohydrate metabolism. Banting was just 32 years old when he was awarded the prize and received a lifetime annuity from the Canadian government to continue his research. King George V knighted Banting in 1934. In 2004, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation program The Greatest Canadian declared Banting as fourth on their list of the greatest Canadians of all time. • Lester Bowles Pearson was sixth on The Greatest Canadian list. This Toronto-born professor, historian, statesman, diplomat, and politician won the Peace prize in 1957 for his efforts in organizing the United Nations Emergency Force to resolve the Suez Canal Crisis. The Suez Canal, completed in 1869, was the shortest link between the

Mediterranean Sea and the Indian Ocean, and immediately became strategically important in the trade industry. In 1956, the Egyptian government seized control of the canal from the British and French-owned company that managed it, which threated to cut off Europe’s oil supply. A conflict erupted between Israeli and Egyptian forces. The United Nations resolution called for a ceasefire and evacuation of troops. In 1963, Pearson was elected as the 14th Prime Minister of Canada and served until 1968. He is considered one of the 20th century’s most influential Canadians.

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▶One type of mosquito has evolved in conjunction with the pitcher plant. The mother mosquito lays her eggs in the water of the pitcher plant. The larvae, which are impervious to the digestive enzymes exuded by the pitcher plant, hatch and grow, stealing nutrients from drowned bugs from the pitcher plant host. ▶At a height of height of 5,959 meters (19,551 ft) Mount Logan in southwestern Yukon is the highest mountain in Canada and the secondhighest peak in North America, after Mount McKinley (Denali). Logan is also believed to have the largest base circumference of any nonvolcanic mountain on Earth, with the massif containing eleven peaks over 5,000 meters (16,400 ft). The ice cap on the mountain is almost 300 m (984 ft) deep in certain spots. ▶ The first patent ever filed in Canada was in 1824. It was for a washing machine.

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~ Community Events ~ MONDAY, MARCH 17 Happy St. Patrick’s Day! MEN’S ADULT FLOOR HOCKEY Located at the 15 Wing base gym. The cost is 3 dollars, and you must use a plastic bladed stick. You can either bring your own stick or they are available at the gym. TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services, 107-110 Ominica Street West from 2-5pm. Closed on Holidays. LUCKY CHARM & LEPRECHAUNS Join us from 1-2pm or 4-5pm at the Strong Start Family Centre (679 Hall St. W.) for storytelling and wonder, traditional music & charming jig dancing, lucky clover & jolly - shamrock games, important quest finding leprechaun clues and the legendary magical Pot of Gold! Please call Kelly at 306-693-0584 for more information. CCI GRAD STEAK NIGHT FUNDRAISER This is to support this year’s graduating class, we will also have RAY REALLY performing . Hope to see at the Crushed Can between 5 & 9pm. TUESDAY, MARCH 18 PHYSIOTHERAPY: A WHOLE BODY ASSESSMENT Find out how the “Integrated Systems Model” can help you attain you health goals. Guest: Lynne Brochu, Physiotherapist. Located at the Moose Jaw Public in the South Meeting Room at 7:30pm. LIVING LIFE TO THE FULL In eight-90 min sessions - one per week- this program helps people make a difference to their lives. Participants are taught how to deal with their feelings when fed up, worried or hopeless, and learn skills to help them tackle life’s problems. Please contact CMHA at 306-692-4240 for more information. TAPS TOASTMASTER MEETING Join us from 7-8:30pm for a friendly cheerful way to get used to speaking and writing speeches. Also, as a result, your self esteem as well as public speaking will improve. Located in the SIAST Board Room. Contact Cathy Morrell at 306-630-7015. UNDERTANDING DEMENTIA Learn about Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, warning signs, getting a diagnosis and risk factors. Available at FHHR Telehealth sites. Contact Lisa Taylor at 306-691-2635 to register. TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services, 107-110 Ominica Street West from 2-4pm. Closed on Holidays. WEDNEDAY, MARCH 19 UNPLANNED PREGNANCY COUNSELLING Join us at the Informed Choices Pregnancy Center located at 251A High St. for a non judgemental unplanned pregnancy options counselling. For more information text Laurie at 306-690-8462 of email TOPS – (TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY) TOPS Club, Inc. is the original, nonprofit, weight-loss support and wellness education organization. Our program is scientifically proven and has helped millions over the last 60+ years. This event repeats every Wednesday. Please email Carla at TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services, 107-110 Ominica Street West from 2-4pm. Closed on Holidays. BIG COUNTRY TOASTMASTERS CLUB Toastmasters is an organization that encourages personal growth through public speaking and leadership. Located in the SIAST Board

Room from 7–8:30pm. For more information contact Gisele Perrault at 306-681-3937. THURSDAY, MARCH 20 UNPLANNED PREGNANCY COUNSELLING Join us at the Informed Choices Pregnancy Center located at 251A High St. for a non judgemental unplanned pregnancy options counselling. For more information text Laurie at 306-690-8462 of email ROYAL CANADIAN ARMY CADETS This event is for 12 - 18 year old youth male and female, who are looking for new adventures. We work on skills such as teamwork, leadership and citizenship. Come check us out on Thursday evenings at the Moose Jaw Armouries or contact the Moose Jaw Armouries at 306-692-0551. TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services, 107-110 Ominica Street West from 2-4pm. Closed on Holidays. ARTHRITIS & MASSAGE This presentation by the Arthritis Society will be available at FHHR Telehealth sites. Contact Lisa Taylor at 306-691-2635 to register. FRIDAY, MARCH 21 UNPLANNED PREGNANCY COUNSELLING Join us at the Informed Choices Pregnancy Center located at 251A High St. for a non judgemental unplanned pregnancy options counselling. For more information text Laurie at 306-690-8462 of email TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services, 107-110 Ominica Street West from 2-4pm. Closed on Holidays. SATURDAY, MARCH 22 MOOSE JAW THUNDER CREEK MODEL TRAIN SHOW The Thunder Creek Model Train Show features a variety of displays from across the prairie provinces set up throughout the Museum. If you have an interest in model railroading or admire craftsmanship, you won’t want to miss this show. Regular admission applies. BRIDGE TOURNAMENT Bridge tournament from 9:30 – 3:30pm. Please register by Friday, March 21st, 2014 at 3pm. Cost is $12.50 per person. Includes muffins in the am and a hot lunch. Everyone welcome! For more information, please call 306-694-4223. 2014 MOOSE JAW GUN SHOW Come to the Moose Jaw Gun show at the MJ Ex Convention Centre. Please contact Sean at 306-690-8825 for more information. TOWN & COUNTRY SINGLES DANCE Come out for an evening of dancing and fun from 8pm until midnight. Band is Leon Ochs. Adults of all ages and couples welcome. Midnight lunch is served. Cost is $12. Contact Marion at 306-6916634 for more information. Located at the Church Of Our Lady Community Centre. MILITARY WHIST The Military Whist will be from 10am – 4pm at the Cosmo Centre. Cost: $10, lunch included. SUNDAY, MARCH 23 MOOSE JAW THUNDER CREEK MODEL TRAIN SHOW The Thunder Creek Model Train Show features a variety of displays from across the prairie provinces set up throughout the Museum. If you have an interest in model railroading or admire craftsmanship, you won’t want to miss this show. Regular admission applies.

2014 MOOSE JAW GUN SHOW Come to the Moose Jaw Gun show at the MJ Ex Convention Centre. Please contact Sean at 306-690-8825 for more information. ROAST BEEF & YORKSHIRE PUDDING SUPPER Moose Jaw Masonic Building Corporation presents Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding Supper at The Legion Hall - 268 High Street West. Catered by Eva Raduik. Cost: $15/person... Age 8 & under $8.00.2 sittings one at 5pm and one at 6pm. For tickets contact: Lynann at 306-694-4121, Al at 306-684-1502, Carey at 306-631-4671 or Tom at 306-692-6455. COUNRTY GOSPEL AT CHURCH OF OUR LADY You’re invited to sing along with old-time gospel favourites at 3 pm, Sunday, March 23 at Church of Our Lady. The offering will go to help Friends of the Moose Jaw Public Library. So come and sing along and enjoy refreshments later in the Parish Hall. Our Lady is wheelchair accessible. For more information, please contact Church of Our Lady at 306-692-2950. CENTRAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 10:30am worship service. 10:30am Sunday School. SALVATION ARMY CHURCH SERVICE Please join us from 11am to 12:15pm as we meet together to sing, pray, and learn in worship. We also offer an evening service between 6:30 to 7:30pm as we sing, pray, and learn together in worship! This is a classic “hymn sing” style get together that meets in the basement of the Salvation Army Thrift Store. All are welcome! Wheelchair accessible. Please call by 5pm on Friday if you would like a ride to the service. WELCOME WAGON BABY SHOWER – FREE!! Welcome Wagon Baby Showers are held in local communities across the country, featuring guest speakers with valuable information and demonstrations designed to help you at this special time. You can expect to see various displays from local business and civic organizations, specifically with you in mind to assist you and your new baby. Best of all, attending Moms-to-be will receive a complimentary gift bag and can register with a guest for Free! Located at the Conexus Art Centre from 1-4pm and from 6-9pm. “A NIGHT AT THE MOVIES” SKATING SHOW BY PRAIRIE EDGE SCHOOL OF SKATING FREE Admission! Skating showcase of movie favorites! Raffles, 50/50, Prize Baskets, & More! Come see our skaters at their best & enjoy an afternoon of fun entertainment! Located at Mosiac Place from 1-3pm. Contact Kim at 306-693-7841 for more information. UPCOMING EVENTS BENEFITS OF RAW: SPROUTED & FERMENTED FOODS – TUESDAY, MARCH 25 Learn how the process of fermentation helps the body stay healthy, and how sprouting makes food more nutritious. Guest Carrie Richardson, Alternate Roots Organics. Located at the Moose Jaw Public in the South Meeting Room at 7:30pm. SPRING USED BOOK SALE – FRIDAY, APRIL 12 & SATURDAY, APRIL 13 The Spring Used Book Sale will be open on Friday from 1pm – 4pm and Saturday from 9:30am – 2pm at the Public Library. Among the items for sale will be paperback and hardcover books, and magazines. Located at the Moose Jaw Public in the South Meeting Room at 7:30pm. MOTHER’S DAY DRAW – MAY 11, 2014 East End Revival Ministries Inc. is selling tickets (2 for $5) for the chance to win a satin and lace quilt with a value of $995. Please phone 306-694-4767 for tickets and more information.

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