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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 11. 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE ELEVEN They're Handsome Potatoes Bv HUGH FCLIERTON. JR. NEW TORK. April stead of just one troupe ol iimers holding clinics for high school baseball coaches, the major leagues plan to send out several football but he's the first to own a.1 teep. If they'll, let him take it on the field next fall maybe he can pick up a fe-a- extra, yards. If he shows the smote improvement as his daddy, Ftehiing Fox. did as a three- year old. look for Fighting Frank in the Kentucky Derby. He wasn't had last year with, three victories in seven starts. Vince Dundee Facing Death GLENDALE. Calif.. 11. fcave abandoned hope of saving the life of Vince Dundee, nsiddJeweigiii champion in 1933-34. Dundee tras stridten with pco- Carolina and Texas) to sa merman of Phiily Eagles says he j inav not be the No. 1 back in pro Unanswered question: CANADA'S No.l DRINK Wonder if baseball Commissioner j in diagnosed his ailment as a blocked aerve at the base of the brain. -srtfe said the Italisn- bom boxer sustained injuries in a bout against Freddie Steele in BOVRIL verv good thing that was. If the water spilled, out over the dam: being 1935 that led to his re- mre ran. up against "he j Steel when Sieele i up for the middle- They climbed out and looted it over aiosg the top. J They went down on the outer sice i troversy involving our players, we tJfJf- Yimn they found a place He water trickling through aster than they thought it should they plugged it. In a couple of jlaces the water was working I nlncseci daces asSS. j may break the California box oSice. Floating in the pond or sitting on record. __________ .he dam. But they never rested i Photo; Herald Engraving. handsome potatoes were exhibited proudly hi the Heruld office on Fridav bv Hoy N. Johnson, Iron Springs farmer. The "souls-were first- generation cerufied Netted Gems, grown by Tom Xfedroma. Japanese, on Mr. Johnson's farm. The potatoes were ex- ceptionally large and had a very fine appearance. The tinv lest ignored may make Aa altogether toneless break. the Beaver. the yearly anxious time for 'Patioy the Seaver and Mrs. Paodv. In aH the year there is no other- season in iivhich they are euite so anxious as in the season. of high" water, trhea all the streams ere'OUt their banks in -what we caa.'-Uoocs. It seemed to them that this jear the water had risen faster thaii-iTisual and was getting higher in. tlheir pond than, it ever had be- fore. Just in time they had mended a in the dam. Had they been any later, onlv a little later, they have been, too late; the rising water -would have rushed through isat break with such force .hev couldn't have worked there. I would i-ave torn awav more of the dam just there, mode the breas jigger. Paddy had climbed out on the roof of their house in. the water. Paddy was floating close by. They were resting, for they had Seen working long and hard. "It looks as if Mistress Spring is trying to melt all the snow at one said Paddy. Mrs. Paddy slipped into the -crater and dived, in a couple of minutes she aptieared again On her face was a worried loot "Do you know what will nsppen. if the water gets much she asked. ssked Paddy. He knew bat he asked just the same. "It will be over the floor of our sleeping room. It is almost there replied Mrs. Paddy. She look- ed more worried than ever. "That would be bad. but -worse could said Paddy, and the anxious look was on his face It -arss Mrs Paddy's turn to ask wnai, and she did. "Our darn coula break and that would be much said Paddy. Mrs. Paddy forgot about _t_. house. She looked over to the aam. In. several places the water was nmniag over the ton of it. "Don" you think that place we fixed will she askecL' "Of course it hold- "We cat a good jobl I'm not- afraid of a break there. But there may be little leaks we haven't found. Little leaks not taken care of can big leaks You know how it replied Paddy -15o you snow what I demanded Mrs. Paddv. "What do you Paddy wanted to know. "I think we should be over at toe CCIEN'CE has prored there are certain food elements everyone needs for health.- If there aren't enough of theai in a child's food, serious things as loss of appetite, stunted growth, soft bones, poor teeth, faulty nerves, defective eyesight. Oraltioe snpplenjeats the diet -with elements frequently deficient ia ordioaiy foods- Three servings of Ovalooe famish a significant portion of z child's daily requirements cf Vitamins A, Bj, D, Riboflaria (G) and Niacia and Minerals Caiciani, Phosphorus and Iron. la addition it provides the basic food proteins to build muscle, nerve and body cells foods for vitality and endurance. It thus acts as an insurance against food deficiencies that retard normal growth. So if your child eais poorly, is thin, nnderpar, perhaps nerrons, why oot try delicious Ovaltine for normal growth and better appetite. OVALTINE Paddv had climbed out on th roof of their honse in the water dam right this minute looking fo little replied Mrs. Paddy. "The Thing I was about, t declared." Paddy. "As Ion as the water is high we will hav to keep iraich of the dam from en to end, stopping every liu-ie leak w find. Come on, my dear." 'He led th way and Mrs. Paddy followed. The top of the dam wasn't, quit level. Here and there it would iy a bit lower than the rest. At t'nes low places the water was pourin over in little -waterfalls. Tiie iw builders paid no attention to thes places. They -were -whas might j called spillways. That is, they ie 1 the -water spill oat of the pond. CATELLI MACARONI IN 1-LB. PACKAGES -Reedy cat for conveaienet Dot's all. brothers: turns, sometimes together. This was! TRUMAN TO OPEN BALL SEASON TL'ESDAT WASHINGTON. April 11