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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APftlL 6, 1940 THE LETHRU1DGE HERALD THE LETHBK1DGE HERALD SATURDAY.. APRIL G, 1940 FOR BOYS AND GIRLS OF SOUTS ALBERTA WHAT HAS HAM'KNKI) always ul the homo of the Osra family, consisting ct Mr. Homer Osra, u clerk in Skin- Hint Jnek.son's stoic; Mrs. Kfttlo Osra, who skips ropo In tho kitchen to keep her weight (town and lo quiet her nerves; Jouu Osra. a high school girl who has a hobby of chomlnry; Chuck Osra-, her smaller bi'v her who collects botllco; Mugfj- KV, a black uiul white dog, and Gincor, the cat. Uncle Tocld Osra, rich and sllngy and suftorlng from a nervous aliment, cornea to visa and Mrs. Osm hopes lo iwrMiadci Undo Todd to hire Mr, O.sra ut ft better salnry than Illomcr is making in Falrvlow. Uncle Todd arrives when only Chuck Is home and finds Chuck sorting out. bottles for his collection, Later Undo Todd mlssca his medicine and Mrs. cxvra is try- ing to persuade him that skipping ropes will do Just as much for his nerves. Meanwhile, Joan discovers that, Chuck has taken Todd's bottles to add to his collection and has dumped the medicine down tho drain, INSTAU.MKNT IV Joan groaned. "Oon't yon know that Uncle Todd will get mad? He'll nuver glvo Pa a good Job It ho finds out you've jtourcu his medicine down Uio "Why would he get mad over medicine? I wouldn't got rnad If ootnebody poured rny medicine down the said Ohuck. "Ue.sidcs, I Uxnifrht ho forgot the "You didn't think at nil. YOU just picked up tho bottles and made off with tlK'in, Now we've not to keep XJnolo Todd from finding out what She up one of tlic bottles A few (irorA of medicine citing U tho bottom. It was bluish color nnd she look It to her chemistry lub table, iif-lnt! ft bonkor linlf full of water. matched the color wit! EtihUir EKK dye, Then she addn wilt, sulphur water and u dash of alum, ,loun MncUed the mixture am made a face. Bhe Jicld it under Chuck's ".Smells like Chuck Kild, Joan corked tlw bottle and then wheeled another, rcpotttlmc the pro cowi. but KlvlriK u a different tnM four that nobody -would tak a muMc box In Just wh.r, you In Uio woodshed, Ohuck WHS flnl'.hliiK MIIKKSV'K bath, '.he ulraliui of Iho "Uhic iJaiiulxi" came cmnhlni! (rom the house. uneasily, 'I'hen he put his head buck nnd emitted a howl. 'fho (tound echoed In the front room, like Hie Nfr. Oi.ra Bald, "After all, replied Mrs. Very Dainty sick, tlvouKh loo much. 8hc tna'.chcd the colors of the xrtUcs whlc.i had contained liquid, aid tttcn txwm making pllto. TnLs (v 11 tlio difficult, since .she had no mold, but fJio lound thnt by making u of flour, Milt and and roiluiK the dough lino a lonft rod, she could f.llcp f.ootloui off so lhat they would IMUI any but i closest Uif-pecllon, Wo don't have to worry about making them diflerent Joan explained. "He'll .--wallow Uie without lasting "You better put Homclhliut bad In 'em JUM, m Cluick cautiously, Joan wn.'i nlmor.t finished when Kho lemombercd about and Uio "You'd bolter th.it AW, a bath with floa rlKht she Mild. "We don t want Undo Todd lo catch flciui afj.iln." Ohuck went upstairs and out to Uio wood.'Jied to olwy. AH he piw.od through tlie kitchen ho saw Undo Todd, flwcfttltiB tui'l I'XlmuiiUsd, tiy- U) Jump the MJTM. (wa coaching him. "Oon'i you feel belUir Rhe asked, "i- I fed ready u> wild Unc.o Todd, (Milling, "Will, Ihcn, you no InU) the front room and ro.it on Uie MUd Mra, Qu'U. "Aflei1 lunch cun Ity It Uiwlf! Twld nettled down lo re- lax, His imi.M'le.i vu'iu aching und he wiw out of bnalh. Thou tin Iiont door njiened and Mr, euk-red, under the weight of ft bulky object ho carried In hl.s aiiiiH. O.sra came Umn- cltiK In Irom tho kitchen. "Why, Homed" Miu exciiiimed, "Wlia1, Is "A jne.M'nt Undo wild Homer. thoiiKhl U inlj'.hl outer- tain him (lui'im; hiii leisure lime whtlr hc'ii vi'litiifi us, Mr, la a mood today IK Saturday and business nrxn! MJ lie lot mo have it for In- stead of wlileli IH mlall prlie. Undo Todd unit'clod to a on (-tie "Hero, laid pioudly, juilllnic tlic olijeet down on the In unit of him. Homer uu- wrappcd It nnd Mood hack wlrV Uncle 'I'Mld'f, iruvcloil over Hie unfaiolliar olijccl, "What I.s n.'l'.ed 'I'cdd "A music IXA lUomrr Mild, 'H pliiyis tiu- 'lllue DiiniiU-'." (lilt 1 have no lor u music box. I have i Mies' lit the 'f If. l.tvlc .II u r.idlo utxl won) (UK, ol Hie I'l do.vniM a pfx i.o- out of mr a nt and then Iu fueo I., o- ed. 'iylv Ihev'l! (.n.-if .i.tek '.nlo Ii" .lid "Yo-ne rilKftll '.'I tllO Ull.lO Tod. I. dooh" IfOMior turnpil a ernn'c In dldf, A .tinny round, 'ulnily I'-mlnlsccnt (if the faifioiis Vlc'ii' .i1 enrii" forth In Iwmnl'K viltime "Yo'.i (In t. 1'im: lor me, Oni'le 'J'odd snld, un- Unc.c (jroant'd lo him.sdl, llu would jiivvu liked to Join uiu don in howung and for tno first time .since hu had met tho Jiuuc creature, lie toit that pcrhapo MiiBBHy was the sancwt [jcrson in the lamlly. Undo Todd's acnine and tired roipiratory or- made tho sound .seem worse. liowied louder and t'lcd in Chuck's (inns. "Hold .stlhi" uhuck said, ma could suuid it iu, longer. Ills ob.dlencu vanished and with a (jroat lio Hpnuitj out ot the tub, drlpplaf.', .soap and water, and started oil, isut he did not iscl Jiir. Cllnger wius jit.t coniinu Irom a corner of tlie wood- BluKi when Mugysy reached Uio door, MucB.sy was niife'iy ami Cllncor ottered an opportunity to vunt nlri wrath. OluBcr realised Unit MUBBsy was a cicawre of mood.s and Uiu cat Immcdlate.y .sprnnti for a Ueo, Chuck .sltfhud nnd went into the houso to unone lor the lire depart- ment. In tho lioufiii Joan carried a tray of bottles Into Iho front I'oom.As spied the music box Klic ft Hquuiu of dbllidit and ,set tlio DotUoi! clown on t4ie table, "Oh, It's Uie .said. "My exclaimed Uncle Todd. "Where did you find Uncle Todd hl.s uchc.s iiUitHtci'cd to tlie table. Without wailing for a .spoon or n Blows of water ho put a bottle to hl.s lips nnd drank deeply, uio tried luiotner and then a third, before lie noticed any- thing wrong. Then he realwd Uiat his whole mouth had been drawn into u pronounced pucker, tut if the medicine hud conUulncd alum. "Strange I" ho UioiiRlit. "1'hc medicine liftd never noted like that, boforcl" He opened a bottle of plIlK and taking them, one ufler anotlier. Ouliildo, MUKK.sy wn.'i uiiwllllnt; tfl leave tils jto.st bustdn Un> tree where (.linger was. Tlio din of the music box can.1 cd Ivlm to howl. J-Viintly from acrosH tho tracks la.e the of a riro siren. (To lie Conll lined) Easter Bunny For Your Dinner Party Tf you are to liavo an Huilcr parly, you'll want n bunny for a decoration. Why not make one yutuvicir? Mere ate i.lmple directions which will permit you to do F'li'Hl, ycni'lt ncwl n round salt or cereal box, di'ix.'iuUng on how largo you want your bunny to be. Now lake a paper sack, half till It with licrnps of paper, and .'Up it over the box, taping the edges to the bottom of the box. This makes the body, Now lake another Hack and half fill It with piipur scrajvi, Tic It in Uie middle, open tho top part, and pull It down over tho body, for Uu; bend, Tape It securely so it will stay firm, Out ears from stiff while paper nnd line them with pink paper, Twist them Into a natural then or tape UK in to Iho head, Itolled newspaper good front or you can use Mimll sacks rilled with paper Tnpo tlioin firmly in plniio, The bind feet are ovals of heavy while paixu1 or cardboard, Intilened to the bottom of the IKIX and ex- tending out In front, Pad them with crumpled UKSIIO paper. Now cover the whole body care- fully with separated sheets of cotton, side out, C.lluc It on In .small, uneven pieces, being cmrfill HID Jolnl.t don't show, 1'til a puff of cotlon nl Hit1 buck lor the lull, Cut pink paper eyes, nose, March Wai-son, April Z low; Olu'l.sten.scn, LcthbrldRfl April Carole Covcfdalo, Darli'iic 1'iiiw.y Rillcr Shirley-Ann Jones, 'lhbrldKo Kenneth An von Cook April 4 SunUt, Wnyne Skiff April K llo.sc M. Snwchuk, llnrdlevlltp ii'nine C. Clarke, Mneleod Darwin llufth Sturtcvant, Lucky Strike Voo Adnelil, Uirr Butlc Joyce Ulumond City April 6 Rhondda B. Evans, Purple Spring" Darrel Kd Shield, Uly James, TithbrldfjO Donald Hchnclder, Carmaiijiay Shiiron U'O Sllsbo, 10 IX 10 n RIDDLES Rome are old, some arc new, but, nnywny they're riddles. If you can't fli'.uro out tlie answers, look clscwhorc on tills piifjc. 1. Why !.'i a flea'H life trniflo? 2. Whnt Is the difference between n barber and a woman with seven children? H. What up, but never cornea down? 4. Why I.s Miu-sachUMolls like fttt b. What, would the train conduc- tor wiy If he found Chnrllo Me- an rlhy' n.s his only on r? (I, Whnt, does a War JJonil to you? 7. Whnt crent virtue frown water lepi'e.spnt? (i, wimi ean you be to on your birthday? 1 Want to be a "Happy Heralder" Name l City or Town Birthday I Ajre next "I WIU. AtWAIfK KV, KIND TO ANIMALS" illy ANNK ADAMKi Mnl-i ador.iblc frock foi your illlle nlil. It. will (Kill-lit you ami ttir. KXIM: t'.iitern WMl includes, c.u.v Id M'W Tin v'lf cl.u'iliu-.f riiHi'in 'KlflU inuiivi III j.lw.s 4, II! ,iiid II (i. fincK, Inkiv; Illi-lnrli niiiti'iliil. fiend renlii fo The Hi'inld, I'ullciu Di'pt.. tor eueli pat- trrn, Two weekii' (line Hhoiild In; inu'd lor put tern to reach yon, UHI This Coupiiti. I'rlnl Your Name nnd Addrewi 1'lalitly. To: Tin- Hi'inld, t'iillcni IX'tliliflilHC, Allu, S" I fit) tern Slw Nutilp and mouth nnd them In plncc. Shellac or thread for kerjj, Add H crepo piipor bow He nnd Mr. Busier JHiiiny Is com- pli.'le. I'llo oolorful around him and you'll have an unumtnl centerpiece for tho Kimtor dinner tnble, nnd llin (ilitco onrd.s nan be small, fiflrubbed lo wlilto cnrdfl on which you've li'tlcred frlendft. the ir.unwi of fnmlly or UOU' A AKIS your t II prlvllrifo U) be n clllwn of our eounlry, to enjoy the prolcc- llrm (il thf; laws osUbliuhcd by gov- crimiont nnd Wio riuhtfl fflven UK under them, Uut tho prlvlloKc car- with It nn obligation you and I are uood (ill A ijood cltlxcn rcallwis IK; Is part of a group and Mint the KIKH! of tho wliolo must eume flr.si. !io LM courteous In tho exercise of rlnhUi and tolerant if HHJ.SO llmtt.s which must be up to priil tho Kroup. Above all lie i.1, lie respects hto Knveniment nnd ilfl luws. lln oljeyM the MH'ininiily unimportant bo- enu.M1 he hns confltleiu.'o Sn tho.se hlclier up In enact laws which will prow for the eounlry wi whole, i to dors not try to iiwny with Infriiuccmcnta bcct.usn lhlnk.1 he won't itet (mtiRflt at It. Do you obey the- Irnfflit cnreiiilly tlic law nitnlnst slenN IIIR? When you ride your bicycle, do you remember Hint pedoslrlntw and miilorl.sl.s hnve rlKhlfl, loo? you eslcnd full conslderalloii to tlio IIPISOII of foreign birth In your iieli'liliiiiluiod bee.nu.si! our ifovern- ment neeepti'd htm and fiivc.'i him rlc.hls with you and me? If vim cnn nay "yps" lo these nue.slldiiK you nro a Hood Tf you rnn'l, you had better do HomelhhiH nbout wnv.'i, lor our Biweinnnunt neetia Cioai) Hilwiia to keep a free, dciiiorrnllu rounlry. 7. ANSWERS 1, It knows nil of ll.'i children will KII lo the a, Tho bnrbcr lins jnwir.'i to Hhnve and tho woman hnvo (.hnvi'i'H to H, Your 4, U IKI.I n Holytiko, G. "All "I'll bo of Inlcrosl to you Jufll-lcn. II, Oim ycnr older. Answer To CIIII.DKKN'B Puzzle BROADCAST THE GOOD ou> uuuiJjy If you don't know what, n brolly Is, and living In Southern A Iberia, iwi most of you whom I am privll- to call my readera do, you don't lot me sny it IN a pop- ular name, or what the diclonarius would call a tilting name, for nn umbrella. You will look upon the bi'oily u.s a friend In need wero you living nt the coast during the last three months, Tho con-st hns a rep- utiUon for being wet, sometimes exaggerated, but the fact remains that 'during my ovor four years hero J never experienced such a upon of wet ns wo have hud In the iirst three of Ihte year end- liiB iu March, So I look with fond cyus on my brolly, which I brought bnul: with mo on n visit to England .some fifteen years ago. I bought tho when in Unginnd fop it was needed but nothing Hko the need for it, as It, been in the first three months of thin year. So I tun Kind 1 brought tho brolly bnck with me, utter flltccn years of disuse it IN now serving a useful purpose. According to the Vancouver press, it be thought that rainy dnys ni'o thu usual thine nt the const. Iho three months now past have been tho liceond wetteKt tlireo months in 40 years, with inches of rain, 10.45 Inches above HVCWIJO. '.Hns Is "going some" when It comes to rnln, As some sort o( comfort to those who are new to tho const, we nro told that Vancouver has had less sunshine since January 1 1hlK year Uiau in any three -month per- lod in 40 yoarw, Tho sun shone for IX) hours la ininutos, considerably less than the average of mil hours. I must Bay it has not been so bad as that in Deep Cove where I live, though it is only about H mllo.'i Vancouver. I have on. occasion left IJeej) Cove for Vancouver with tho film shining to find it dull and wot when I got Uwi'c, with the temperature decidedly colder than It was when I left Deep Cove. Deep Cove IN not, so expowd Ifl the wind KK Vancouver. This la possibly tho explanation. Vancouver Is rather touchy when it comes to wet weather, .so, I presume, are In order in what the Vancouver press hns to say about, what in record weather or, in other words, unusual weather, X X X X SWINGING ON MY AM) YOUR '.I'lie iicliotv of tho Rumtlim dele- gato in walking out of the Security Council Conference. In New York reminds me of lui old rhyme, "If you won't hwlng on my unto, I won't KWlng on If it were not so serious one could legavd Uio acton taken ns childish, Tho trouble. Is that, though It, would appear to be a chlldsh lo plow and keep hir, .slnnr.ht. TIII'M'KK The tir.sl ot ;i new poilodlcnl, Then lie WoiUI, hn.s nppi'iiii-d, vuteil to i he Ami-ilenn theatre, or thiM', 10 (he Uro.uhvay Blnpo, It i.s plnnncd n.s irti nnnuiil of tho M'li'.on, hieluiliim Ijlofirnphle.s nnd from eneh pioduellon. The edition, coveiini? the tfl't'l-'tr) w'n.sun, .spott.s n color pho- toKrnph of Tjiuivtto Tnylor. On the j-ever.se, the inside rover, is another photograph of Miss Tnylor, taken :U n very tender nite. probably be- fore hhe snven mmlo her di-bul un Ln llclle Taiilielli1, The .sen.son chronicled Is enlled In Iho InliiuliKiUon "tlii> best New York hns hnd In yours." Not Ineludi experimental productions, It RMS on to record, Urondwnys .snw 81 nttrae- (lons open, n.s aunln.st 70 the yeai before. There lift slrnlKht plavfi M muslrnlFi, threi; revivals, one ice nnd (lirei! vnudcvillo whowc Out of every five of the.se, n hit wiif born, nnot.lHT llfth achieved mod- orate success. Comimred to post K .WIIK, the rnllo of surooss was un- usually high, will mostly re- member the lfl-M-15 for micl plny.s ns I Ilemember Mnma, ITar- vey, 'nio Mennijei'le, Tho LftU STAMP CORNER comte.sy aijimp Haven, Toronto. Australia recently Issued n peace set, two values of which ace shown (top left nnd Switzerland hns ulso issued u peace set (top Vatican City hns issued a .set to the 400th unnlvcn-iiry of- the Council of Trent, featuring church personages, includlnit left to HmlUh cardinal John KiMicr, Italian cardinal Clian Matteo Gilbertl, nnd igiiaUus Loyola, sounder ol the Je.suit order. Wil.li tho Lssuiuico recently of a t ol l-l .stamps lontiu'ing wpes, cardinals and sainus1 ol the church, Vniiciui City commemor- xtcd the amiiverMiry ot tlie 3ounc.ll ol Tiwil. 'J'hi.s Is uio of miuiy commomorallve W.H.S i.ssitcd jy Vatican City since, it staruid suliiK; slaihps in 1929, First Vatican City .suunps featur- ed the pajsvl tiara and the keys of 81. PeUir, similar to dc.slgn ol Uie sUunjxs of the Roman HUics sUunps .ssued by Vatican before Italy was unified, irojn llisa to 1070. The.se Ionian weiv (iiijwr- jodt'd by those of Hilly until 1020, when the Vatican auiun became a jMU'alc soveiviijn uiter i 18'Ji) a stump up- Ksivrcri feivtui'ini? Poix; ljtus XI, and u J933 iv pictorial set hhowinp, Vall- bulldniBK wa.s Issued. In i apjM'iired for Ihc International Juridical Coiwre.ss nt Itomo, In ISKiO or the Catholic I'IVRS it Home, and in for ihc Intor- lational Chiistlnn Arohnological held at Itonw. IXiiith ol This XI mid vacancy of throne broiiRht out an n'crpiint of Uie linst of uid Inter that year a appeared showing Uio coronation of I'lus >resent pope. Portrait Ktnmjvi of 'JiU! XII were Issued In ID'IO, and a stamp iwrlraylnit Chiist'.s compdft- iion on the mullllude was issued 11 ]0'12, Later Unit year nn issue ippearod marking Ihc annlver- of the eonwrntloii of Uio ixijic i an arehblshop. A set to the luinivorsary of ,he Pontliical Aeiulomy of Uie Vir- fciitui'lnit fnmou.s Itflltans, WH.S issued in 1044. year a set Alrnt.ill .stamps were issued in 1038, ix'llglous paintings Six-'ci'dl delivery .stamps have bed! issued cJnce 1920, and a set was Ksued In for the Holy i'c'.'.r. Pos'iigo duo and parcel have appeared since 1931. Now Issues Burma Is rcixnied to be issuing four Victory Mumps. Kus.sja has Issued ft Victoiy stamp .showing soldier with flac, aiut ft hlnmp featuring Uip medal. Egypt has added new values to current fcts. France Is Issulnit A new stamp with .surtax to aid war nnd Anna Uien.slA. Die more nu'inonible nuuJcnls wero Up 3 n Central Park, Ou-ou.sel, On Din Town and Ulotiinw Oii'l, 'I'lieixj are nl.vi artiekss on tho City entrc sen.son, the Kxjulty Library, OlilciiRO tho Ui3O Shows nnd Uie plays that opened the yenr before but were still ntn- iliifj In 1IH4. Hnally tliwxj Ls n 1st of obltunrlcs, including lhast> of llrhnrd Heiinett, Kffie Cherry of the famous Cherry Botty Compton, Cnwir, llcn- CroNSiiiiin, Alnn JMiiohart. Mildred Harris, Harry wid CONDENSING DICKENS A condensed veivslon of Charle.s Dickens' "Great with continuity narrative by Michael llarrl.son, haw appeared on It Is published nt one (22 cents) by Uouijlus Cllfl, Ltd. nurrl'on, by pninlng, brktolni? and has i educed the length of the novel from to (i'l and, In the opinion of James Annie, Dully Kxpiess, bonk reviewer, he hn.s done It, "too well." "It Is Aijnlo wrote, "thnt the editor hn.s not omitted any of (he rlurnelors; the pity is that some of them have been condensed bo- yond recognition." IJUN1) VIIAVER take me from this narrow stall To n place where I can breathe, Fur from the frantic puMi nnd brawl Of the crowds thnt on me seeth. me feel the hush of tlawn, With the world dew-wet nnd And clouds like it Rolden chariot drawn FXn1 the moon's reclining. Let me stand upon .some hill Cnre.ssed by a whlspi'i'ltw bioei-. Until my blinded heart enn IS'1 With the beauty another sees. Ix-l mo feel (he cool brown sol) Ui-ncath my fnllerim? Ixird, ense me from Uio 01 this Bwolterlnii elty ;s eel. Worcci) Morheuson, Oulijnry. with surtax for aid of United issues Uils otanip ott May U foaiuiing Nawleon's Church of Ulwrift is to ft .stamp to one of its early women putrioUs MiithiWft Newport. Oroece i.s iuuior.stood to be issuing n comnicmoi ntlvc to the death JO ycan> of slatosmtui K. Vi'iilwlofi. Uwhu'iLstiln lias issued a com- emouiUvo .souvenir sheet featuring historic.! 1 iipurcs Hungary iwiued new recoiustniclion htamps .showing woikers on the iimrch, with I'ln of Hun- Biiry .Syria is to n pictorial niim.ill PortUBiiow Oulnea r---ued a set to mark the bOOtli tuintvci of Us coloniza- tion. China- Is reported to hnve Issued n new commemorative cnv- nlry bnttb Ouateinnln has I'Mu-d n -twup to native soa Jose, Mon'Ufw. Rations Bring Bequest Shnrinir hU nrmy coffee and cnke< a Inmgry old 11-cncli liutv u.t.s ju-st. nu every-dny ne.-is to rx-M'ivieeman James KU- pntrick. ol CJalifornin, That kind- neat M) imprrKscrt Mdnie. Jeanne Miuvh.vl, of Baccarnt, France, whaso .seven .sons were kilted by thn invaders, that .she willed Kllimtrick before nor !a.st, J.inuiuy. The bequest was tnily unexpected. Kilpatrick. who plans cnreer n.s u Binder, will line tho money lo further his music studies. ;