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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEtf THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL Soldier's "Daughter" Turns Out to Be English Vet's Baby; Tangle Results AprU 4 i continent he couldn't find v of Barlingioa. Vt, living quarters for his family ia f Av.n yjiiev_________ promised to "ram London upside Wednesday la an effors to locate the girl he Britain, and his could passage to the TJnited Tie second chapter in the story wife have been try- last week when a f or- 5 take with them to jagf British soldier. Jaaes Logan. .......bis _ ing to adopt ane _ the United I turned up a: Tidworth where Mrs., Tilley popped into the heaclines j miey was being processed for pas-, In February when he took the j sage to the United States and Old Man Coyote Moves Up Opportunity Is his -arfco rasses Witiioat, c-oub: or hesitation takes it. .Man Coyote. Quebec's "Amateur" League SECOND ONLY TO N.H.L. PAYROLL YOU f. "My wife signed the papers bat J acoption was never mace -e-: that he had gal." Logan explained. taken chile, whom he described Authorities scceptec his proof; his datighS. Sather-se. to the of parentage and turned Sasbence, orer J0 Jjjs carp, Tllley re-entered ihe picture' again last nigh: when he appeared j in Dundee and announced his in- i tension of seeking ou: Katherane; in London. j Said Mrs. Logan: "I am very -stilling that Kather-; ine should go to America with my sister, as I know thas she will be, able to give her a better chance in life than I could ever give her, ss, I have another live daughters to' bring up." you'll know it QUICK L.Y when pile miseries art RELIEVED If yoe are trorfjfad mrSt racial aottsxas. do not dtlay treatzneat: and TOO the Effifc of ooadition beerenA eferonic. Any recraTi or soreness or FROBE CANCER CURE Foe this jxzpoae a pscfcsge of HCT- Tiis Sxzada'whiax is _ easv 10 take w21 qtuckiT w- tbe itefcing soreaaea and Rid in tisc fore testier spois. Heo-Hoid pfeaaant to tise. xs aiad k toesss-thei of ioUy foe one 10 xick ft paisfcl p3e cosfiitaaa wbez: 90 Sse m may be hsd xt saA small cose. Money HnrV if you are not Tke SJW35OT of Oos notice U aa reliable firm bMiness is Ca-iada tor crer Tears. ciast maaoriac and cosduJoft cunt A> it easlT ajrf pteasuulT or your teat of this remartably sssffs aotkicx. Trr it udar. TOHOXTO. April labor- j atory investigation of a csncer ser-1 um develooed by Dr. John Hail- Hett to determine whether farther; clinical studies are desirable was, recommended in a report by the. ccrcEaissicn for the investigation of j cancer remedies tabled "Wednesday i in the Ontario legislature. The report, over the name of Mr. j Justice J. O. GaUingers. commis-! sion chairman, said evidence shows-- harm has resulted" from the] serum of Dr. Hett. a physician prac-1 rising medicine in Kitchener. Wind-1 sor and Toronto, and that a limited j number of cases of cancer treated j bv the doctor have shown recovery. Old Mas Coyote uished he cosild make himself as seuiU as a House. Anya-ay had I been in his place that is what. I woiild ha-.e A iloise could hide ur.der a leaf.; Old Mas Coyote couldn't under anything for there was, nothing there for so big a person; to under. He dsd the" next' best thing, flattened himself as clcsse as he could to the behind the upturned roots of a fallen tree and kept perfectly stilL Xo one knows better than does he, the value a: times of keepias per-, stiiL Ke didnt so much as twitch an ear. Through a small space between two roots he watched Paddy the Beaver and Mrs. Paddy on their dam and Sammv Jay's northern cousin, iVinsky Jack the Canada Jay. It' was on Whisky Jack thai Old Man kept, his eyes fised. "As Jong as that fellow is around I will have no chance for a Beaver dinner." thought Old Man Coyote. hooe he won'; come over this way. kis eyes are too bright. I can keep out of sight of those Beavers, but as Jong as he is about it won't do to wink an eye." He crew a long breath at last Whisky Jack disappeared. It was olain to see that Paddy and Mrs. "paddv were uneasy, suspi- cious. They had been taking turns a little way down Laugh- ing Brook. One worked while the other kept watch from the top of, the dam. Now they seemed to have j decided to stop work. Why? He] was sure they hadn't seen him-] He wished he was near enough to Under the heading "Assorted Bill tt'akhe Ottawa bares some of the little-kiMtn details of Quebec's "ama- teur" league which is said to be second only to the Xativnal Hockey in size of pay- roll and placing ability. life daieliued Montreal, where was attending the Montreal overhear what they were talking about. -That Jay thinks Old Man- Covote kno-as about the break the dam- Ke said tha Brook had giien him If that is true he will be around! soon." said Paddy. If he isn't around already. which he crobably is." replied Mrs. Paddy. She hadn't forgotten that; a- while back she thought she had: seen somethusg jnove at the edgeS of the upturned of that fallen I tree. j Paddy nodded. -Probably you are j right. I think so myself. If he] really knows about the break in' our dam he won't miss a possible j chance to catch one of us at work} merdmg it. I have a said j he. "Whal kind of a asked' Mrs. Paddy alter waiting a: moment. j "That WP are betas watched this very minute." replied Paddy. 1 It was Mrs. Paddys turn to nod' CANADA'S No. 1 HO r DRINK BOVRIL STIMULATING AT ALL GROCERY AND DRUG STORES days are here aqain... A SIMiai TALI TO SHOW HOW BANK CftlDIT MR. TWrrCHETT -wasn't so happy yester- day. He h3d a problem. He lacked ready cash for his business; He makes small t. nice business In them, too. But he normzUj allows his easterners thirty or cren sbny days to pay. In the meantime be has to pay his every -week, meet his power bills every promptly for metal and Vood and other ra-w materials to earn valuable discounts. So, yesterday, like the sensible business- man he is, he borro-wed enough from the Royal Bank for his current needs. When Twitchea's customers pay him, hell pay off the bank, This is simple illustration of tank credit ia action. It shows ho-w bank credit, an everyday tool of business, provides "working capital" to keep men -working; MOST" 'BUSINESSES AXE SMALL Not size bet sosndaess is :b test of acy basineu and of its zbility SO borrow. Ve count ihoosiods of bosifiesses acsocg osr -rafeetl fact, most of our large sccoccu are compzaies -which stzrrcd ia scsali way zr.d aetiily jrrrsr thzocgh the -wise cse of our back credit- The Roral Bank Manager is there to all types and sizes of business. He'd like to jerrc jss. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch C. MacMILlAN, Manager He didn't so much as twitch an agreement. "I have that feeling too. I have had it for some time. I don'; like it." "Neither' do I." said Paddy. "I fear i; means danger ahead. That feeling of being watched usually does. But there is nothing we can oo about ic right; now so let's go get something to eat. I'm hungry." They shaped into the water above the dam and as they swam j out to rhgtr food pile they realized how much water had already run out of their pond through that break. Ic was rattier frightening. Thac break must be fixed jus; as soon as they could work in it. They couldn't; now because the rush of water was so great that it washed away sticks as fast as they tried to put them, in place, nor could they swim against the current pouring through that hole. Each pulled out a stick of aspen SenaUrs CMP James P. McCaffrey ires paying a S40 diner check on the train carry- ing the Senators to Montreal for the payoff playoff game. "It costs important cash to run a club he remarked. "About how some one ask- ed. "Around to was McCaffrey's answer, and there tae usual Irish twinkle! in his eye he wasn't fooling. j Ke wasn't complaining since Sen-1 ators were completing an exception- ally good year financially, bac hef said pan of the profits would have to go jo other ciubs in the Quebec] Senior League, which lose money. j "Teams that missed the nlayoffs finished in McCaffrey said.! and he explained thai Montreal! Royals were giving a grant to Val-1 lej'field while Senators were- siving' to Hull Volants to espenses.- i "An extra olayoff game !n Shaw- I inisan Falls "helped the Cataracts', out of the fumncial he re-! called. A TEAR TOP PLAYER'S PAY There is no attemot to hide the fact that senior and first class junior I players are on a regular salary, al-! though still under the banner of the Canadian Amateur Hockey As- i sociation. A few players in the Que- bec Senior League got as high a year which is much better j pay than some get in the Nationals Hockey League or the American' Hockey League, the two top orofes- sicnal circuits. The old cry of "break up the Yankees" in professional baseball is beinsj sounded in Quebec senior hockey to wreck the Hoyais. Sug- gestions been made that Mont- real operate two sensor clubs, one catering to French-Canadians and the other to SngUsh-speaking fans, similar to the old Maroons and Ca- nadiens of professional hockev. The plan would distribute the power of the league and orovide better com-1 petition, McCaffrey said, with prob- ably a thought of future Senator] teams having a better chance in the powerful senior loop. XJ3X. "OWXS" ALL THE STARS Operating a top senior team is rather a complicated problem, which would take a lawyer" and a set of blue prints to explain. Mosc of the players in the Quebec Senior League are property of Canadiens or other y.HTi. teams. Ottawa players, for instance, are tasged bv pro clubs and subject to immediate call on the Ottawa team. Canadians own J-Vank Turik, Lude Check. Gord Poirier. Tony Graboski. John Quilty and Stu Smith; Rangers own Ed Slow- inski and Prank Mathers; Con Brown, is the property of Providence when he Is released from the army; Toronto Leafs own Bobby Copu, when he gets his army discharge, and they also have strings on Jack Irvine while Detroit has Jim Or- lando and Jerry McManus. Johnny Ihglis. Ab Barnes and George Greene are the oniv free plavers on the Ottawa staff. Just how much the professional Soccer LONDON, April (Reuters) British soccer results Wednesday: EBClfcfc Leacve Xwik Bradford I. Everton 2. Eaclfah Smith Chelsea 0, Charlton Athletic 1. By HUGH FOLLE5TOX JK. SEW YORK. AprU the last checkup in minor league head- quarters at Durham. N.C.. bail players had been reinstated to ac- tive service from the various iaac-j tive lists. Most of them came I off the national defence service list, j following, iheir discharges froni the! armed forces. Since there'll be about 40 minor leagues in action this season, requiring nearly players, there still are plenty ol jobs for boys who can hit and field. Freddie Eaves. Okalhoma's pole-less pole vaulter. should be aKe to do better than 12 feet, in Saturday's Texas relays. r Hear- ing about the plight of Freddie, who couldn't Snd a pole long enough to ge: him off the ground, Mrs. Lena Myers, clerk of school district at Cherokee. Okla.. wrote- that] an IS-foot vaulting pole had beeai lef i out of a job when the schools dropped sports four years I ago. Sooner Coach Jack Jacobs] sent for it and sawed it off to 15 j 'feet, which should be enough to put Eaves over the roof. h Beplay fizsz Round Doncaster Rovers 4. Stockport Countv 0. English League n Cup Aldershot 0, Crystal Palace 3. Representative Match Eoyal Navy and Royal Marines 0. Royal Air Force 3. League South Derby Countv 4, Luton Tovn 3. Lmitoe Cup Diriswn B Ayr United 1. Dundee United 0. ST. MIKE'S LEAD EAST F1XAL TORONTO. April St. Michael's College majors, de- fending Memorial cup took another step towards reten- tion of the Canadian junior hockey championship by valloping Mont- real Canadiens S-2 before a crowd of more than 12.000 at Maple Leaf Gardens Wednesday night. v Baseball PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Hollywood ____ 000 021 1 11 1 Sacramento 000 000 030 3 O ilesserly and Uiiter. Heteber and MarcuccL Seattle 100 000 It 2 Angeles- 100 02) 5 12 1 Orphal. Hutciiiasoa and Suecae; Conger anfi Williams. Portland 233 002 3 Oakland 400 052 2 Pulford. OrreU Tisins Salvecson and Holm: Gassa-ray. Stfonie Beardea Buxtoo acd The Scotch parliament banned golf in 1437 because it interfered archery. _ THROAT MMMHMHMMMMHHHBIMB v Let x little time-tested, soothing VapoRub melt on---------------- tongue. Works fine! SFORTSMEXTIOX Anbody want to bet that Eddie Arcaro won't have a terrific head- ache when he rides in the Kentucky Derby May Eddie, tied -xith Isaac Murphy and Earl Sande trith three Derby victories, will have hisf choice of the Maine chance en- tries. So all have to do w be so pick his