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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUKDAY, APKIL THE LETHBIUDGE HERALD THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1946 FOR BOYS AND GIRLS OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTAUJMKNV V Tho flro siren prow louder. But Uio howling of Muggsy and tho tinn bound of tho nuidlc box drowned out tho wall for tocvso In tho Osra homo, Uncle Todd's nerves jumping up (tnd down Insldo of him, Itko tho string on H fiddle. mouth WUH drawn Into pwkor by the ftluaa of the medicine that hid been carefully count erf cited by Joan after Chuck Itfid iiourert the real medicine down tho uraln, Mr, und Mrs, Oara scorned ser- enely happy a.i they listened to UKJ iniiMc box, "Uoodncssl" exctolmod Undo Todd, "How can you people stand so much Ills volco wmndcd (-trance, caniinR from be- tween his pwkerctl lips, "Is there nnyililnu asked MM, Osra, Suddenly Undo Tcxld hitirc! Uio siren for the (Irst tlmo. Ho sniffed the ulr, "Fire I" ho said. "I'm clad It's not this -or His nostrils caught the scont from one of tho bottles of sulphur water Uiat Jjoan had (.ubslltutod for hU; modi- clnt-, "Thoro'K a sU'ntiW) odor In the t wonder if It could torno of a chemical "Oh I" exclaimed Mrs, O.irn, "Joan; Your chemical lubl" Joan couldn't recall usliv? any- thing combiifcUMo In her laboratory, but sho didn't always Soiiac- thing inlKht got mixed with somelhlng-- Blw; ran out onto the front 601% llrumon wore cllmblnj: out of the fire truck, Bhorly was IciullMK thfin. holding grimly onto ills axe, "Is that CM In the tree Shorty, Joun exclaimed, "H's real tlil.t time-. My chemical lab iit tho basement I" Tho firemen dwihcd into Tlic mu-slo of the continued to tlnklo the music box and Minify on howling In tho front tJUanplnK irentcn itavo Osra a (dunce ns they tliroiiKh tJic house, currying wid lire t'xUii4Cul.shcrs. they rcaclwd ba.sernenl tho firemen wvw nothing In tho way of a flro, But through the window t> small boy poked head, "Come- hi'ie a Chuck said to Shorty. "Oh I It Is tho rail The fourth tlifio two weeks we've made a run to thin plwo to pel a tat down out of tt Ucol This Is ponnu tx; tho time, I'm connii kill the cnt nine times with my little Iwlchftl" Ko Miylng, dollied up tbc tHwoincnt stairs, tho "liliu1 form kopt yard, Todd Mr, Jackxon, where Uncle kick had hurl most, Cross Word Puzzle Tho flllhoiietlc of TliomtiH Jcf- ciiri.v U.H. J'rcsidfiit and ttutlun' of tho Dcclurulldn In (U-poiidoncc, whof.e blrllulav April 14, tho oullliio our this time. AC1UIHM 1 CVIrl's rumie 6 KliukeKpeiunuu king 6 firing under control 8 0 10 14 3 4 fl 'I 10 12 Bymbol for Our hcro'B flat tinrno Unit an ern DOWN liromui IKxIcnt fjphoio of action Headland Mineral MfOo Chuck let, out a fccream. Mrs, Osrn hoard tho hcrcuia will f tun ted, Uncle wUit-cl he could taint bul, a-s Mr. tried to revive his wlK-, Unclo Todd picked uj) the mu.ic box und can led U oul Urn front Veiy ho put U under iho ciumut In tho bock of iho lire tnick. M hii turned away, ho noticed ft f.kinny Kentleiwm coiuliiK down the walk, gentleman looked ul Judo Todd, uto saw Undo Twld's llpn nnd bllnkc-d, Oo you u> bo Todd tu.kcd Ihc man. "1 said Undo Todd, "Well, said tlic fellow, I'm era Air, Homer vuploycr. 1 heard you were In town UK) 1 wondered tt the had inything lo do with Homer being 'uio back to work from lunch." Uncle Todd (tinted his teeth. "Aie you lln- gentleman lhat sold 'tot tier thiit Interim! music ie a.sked, ''fjovdy tlilnff. iMi't dime rom Mr. Jnckson, Todd did not reply. Instead m reached out, ctik-hlni; Mr. J by tho shoulder and whir- Ing him arouiHt, Then foot iwepl up and nave Mr. .Jiu-ksori a tick In the i.eal of die. pnnln. ilrdiit'r O.M'ii reached the front (lofir Just in time to hli cin colltipM- on Uie sidewalk, Mr, Jitcksoii! Todd I" a led Mr. Mild Mr, .Inek.son, rub- hliii.telf whero Uncle Tndd'.1 klhr fibotll, Ohuck InkliH! tin li'i'lle eolleclldit in d duinplui' down lln1 drnln, nnd she hnd reflllf-d coloring uid'ter, ilium, IT nnd other Hint wn.'i why Cliiifk win. playhiK with whlfkf-y In ihc froiit wlkf-n I Todd said, "Arid I've none ncnily 10 hours wlthoui my mcdldnc'l" rllc held lib; hand out In front of htm, "It, drrfi.Mi'1. chfuko, Mv mired, Maylx- I haven't ncrvcfl leftl Child, your family lone for mn thun (ill the doc- tors In Iho Mr. iuid Mra, Oura, entered the front room, Mr, Oitra hnd Ihe cat, n, hl.'i anaii, but he also hud n black eye. Til put becfwUwk on Mrs, Osra Mild, Mr. nsarrlert. "Snvc beofi.U'iik, we may nt-ccl It. I've last my job." "Mr. Jiu'knoii fired me bccntun Uncle Todd kictod Mr, Mild, lunicd U> Uncle Daintily Demure "Wa." thai a.sked. "It wati wild Uncle Todd boUiiunly. "1 never had a botlur lime In my llle, That old Hklnfllnt .sold aiomcr a inii.slc box he had on his shelves lor 'ID years or more itiul ho probably txsen uiulcrpaylnu Homer blnco llomar ntarlnd lo work lor "Hlght nltor wo got added Mrs, Q.'ira. "If I ever Skinflint Jackson aKuln, I'll kick him uuulnl" wild Unclu Todd. "But, If you kick him again, Jlomor will never got Job "Why ho want his Job "Uccausc you prolmbiy won't give, him bale Joan quietly "Wo luul hoped, when you arrived, you'd find UK mieh a nice family tliut you'll offer Pit a Job ut a bigger BfUary than he was celling Iroin Mr. Jackjiun. Hill you dkln'L enter InU) Uu> Hplilt of our fiunlly, You broko Chuck'H now botUc.s "They wore whiskey botllehl" sold Uncli! Todd, "They wore empty and luirmle.'a, Ohuck Just wftHlod them for htn collection, Thou you ueoil Mtiupy'a flop "t'lca "I had to put the flea Iu the bal.htub you gob from MuBfi-iy." Oluicfc explained. "fcio that's why T Itched, i thought 11 was my n "You didn't Ilko inotluir'n rojw Jumping, nor father's miiMe. box, nor MiiKKiy'A howls, nor Ginger's tree 'jlhnhlng, nor my chomlcatel" Joan went, on, "You Just don't enter into the Jiplrll of tlic O.srn. "From now on I promised Uncle Todd, "Starting right now, tlie O.Wft family the si nil' of my private nerve sanitarium, Whenever I gel, upset or nervous, J'll visit you and you'll got all tho money I've been paying the nerve clinics, which Is no Ini'on.'.ldernblc Miml" Mr, O.'.ra drew hlnuielf up proudly. ht' wild, "We won't lake charity. I want to earn what you pay' me." "Don't woiry, r.nld XJncIo 'I'odd Osra. "I'm loo much of a tightwad to let you any- thing for nothing! In hclwwn (lines, you'll wurk for me Jn my oflli-u, mid believe mo, you'll earn what you ge-l I" For the lime f.lnce he nr- rlved, Ihe iiuiycles (if Uii'-le 'I'odd's face were nblo Ui lift the cdrnni'h of hl.'f mouth Into a crln, Vuvihor Uinn that, he Inughed out loud. "Whni a lie roared, (This Kml) Try Making Your Own Crojiswords 11 n 10 e 10 Jack Tollestrupp, Mngrath Mike Knclo, Welling............ John 'i'homas Sinclair, Lolhbrlclge AI'IUI. 0 Kcnnelli I.yle Soluuiljo, Monnrch 1 Klayne Marie Uirsen, Raymond 11 Eric D: Wright, Cowley At'Ktllij 10 Conlon, Warner...... 6 Adeline Slunk, iKithbrldgc Wdward William Iioslo, Raymond 10 Mario Mulder, iiaymoiid 1J Wlonn Smith, Carmnngay At'RH, U Rtchnrd I1'. Hoblson, Mui'dolt nichnrd Hobliiflon, Ihirdctt JCITV KH'xhniiK, rinymond Ai'itii. n Morris Mlchelscn, Sllrlliiff [tnudnll MoeltH, KaymonU Al'UH. 13 Shirley .loan llnhmer, Blnlrmoro 9 Chnrlolle Klnine Rivers, Milk lllvcr RIDDLES All rlghl, punsters, put, on your thinking cups for set of rld- dlofl. If you cnn't figure out the answers, you'll find them on tills pni'.c, 1. Why Is an old chair wllh a new teat like a paid bill? 2. Why a conceited girl never cold? _ 3, Why doesn't water ever the seas'linro? 4, what fnllhful friends can you always count on? 8. Whnl sen te most traveled oy clever people? _ II. What did the thief get when he slole n enlendnr? V. Why Is a sick boy usually ft conU'fidlcllon? B. What has lots of tics and Is, fun up n JOLI reully n re nny 1 I Want to be a "Happy Heralder" WAltlC Mil I AddrCflS I City or Town Birthday date.........-....................................................... Age next Birthday................. "I WIM, ALWAYS BK KIND TO ANIMALS" j (ANNK AUAM8) find [inrty frock for your Illtle 'un! Krw them! ndoniblc all dono wllh I'nlleni HHVC by using remnnnlfl for (.onlra.'il, Moral transfer Included. I'nUern 4fiM: 4, C, it, Hlsio (I, flun; olieve fiwk, yds. Iin-lnuli; with puff, ydo.; yd, cnnlrmtl, fiend cents to Tho I.el.hbrldge Ifi-inlil. Cut tern Oopl., for each nnt- lern. Two weekti' lime should be allowed fur piiUern lo reach you. ThlM O'oiipon, Print Your Name find Adda-mi Plainly, To: Tlic (.ctltlirlitKe flcrnld, I'.iUein AIU. I'atUirn Nntrin Address Solving and it helps .you biillc1, viH-abu.aiy of wordh, Know. Uut did you ever try making 01 owjWord.sV H I.1, imlU- ciihy when you know the tricks of tho trwle, lutd It i.s iniic'h more thillllni; thnn JiuA ,'iolvini; u .soini'diic dec luus Invented, l''or your enily eitui'ls, i.ry con- ntrucllni: a puiv.iu Hint unly a few flvo end) way. Kuli! you i' MjUare.s in Ink but (111 In the word.-, with pencil MI Unit you run i nb out and mnku tin1 nuue.'iiiiry cliangeii until Iho wurdfi fit jii opvrly. 'Ihu kind of to make Ls -one where Uio black Kinmrwi any plncii ius to nil in t.pucc.s mil .sullalilc for It, much nimu (Illllcitll lt> nuikc u wlK're the black HIUIIIIV, form u dc.slHii. f.UU't will) the'iit kind. Dllllcull c'oine liiliir, I'Hr.'a. ion will need d- letter word Ui KO ncriths or down. You may lliinli Mich winds or "chuiiK." or "llnlpli" will do, but llicj.u utv luii i.i'U'ellfiiis, Wordu liku s" oi "Milei" or IIHI muel. billu. Whnt Ihe dllter- ciM-uV Tlie Ui.-.t three have two or iiioi-f coiiMinniiiK tonethrr, Uie lii-.l Ihrci: linvi; n itnilr.ia nl- teiniiUon coiv-diiiuitt; nnd vnwols, Keep to Ihls i.yf.U'in (if choice iui liuich a.1, nil your Try to j.eleei uordii wluiic Ihe vowel.. A, i, o, or U, Ihe ulhcr Whuti you nre iinnljlc to do n woid with n.'t many voweL-i its po.-sllilo and [III In the dlllteiilt places wllh black Ttui fewur you IHUT, Ihe bi Her your nnd If you can Invent a crav wui'd whu re thn hlnek.'i lorm n nciit de- you limy coiihldur ynursclf n bit ol an expert, It not always the clever ar- riuiiii'ineul wonts, however, (hat snakes a puwlo The clues nre Important. Your main guide heiv nuisi iKinei.ty. Ahovo nvorythliiH your must bo reliable and iiccurntc. Muke them uiu'iy nl flnit, U, rcqulrcfi Hlllo el'lort to think ilji (Hllkuill clues Hint will dl.M'ouniKe the would-bn i.olvors, Ittavlnt' llnlshed innlcliu; Ihe xle, try holvlni; It yournelf from the f.el, tldwn, A good U'M in to pill Uie nway for n week or two unlll you have purlly loi'ijolLen the words and Ihcii we )mw you youuclf to your own cliicn. Tlu u piiw. II, it long to nlMer, brother, or wonin of your pals, A few of your later of for In may keej> mo! her or father ifiii'.'i'lng, In any eimc, maklng for the day Indoors will be I Uinn tl, Whal'ti Iho difference between n skinny boy nnd a fill 10, Whnl kind ol people still KKKI' TIIK H Hi III1 IIIHKO'HON Old you ever stop lo think that you really cnn't Mnml still? u try It, you'll flint the world passing vou liv. Vou must either progress with the eruwtl or be loft behind by lorwurd movement. Vou hnvo to kot-p movliiK lo keep up wllh the parndo of lli'c. exdllm! find Intcresllnfi lo keep moving, If you (lo you'll have company along the way, nnd youll be going some- where, Jt taken Ixivfl inul know tho Import- ance of this lo keep in the fore- front in school, In business, and In all worth white endeavors, I3tit It Is mighty hnporl- anI I h n t you move. In iho right dliwiimi! You must decide where yon wnnl, lo no, which rond you vniil lo lake lo (tiil there bclurc you .sinrI nuivlni; along It, That Is what makes tho difference lid ween Mweiwsful, dynamic poo- lie and I hose who fail. People like nur Inti! I're.'ildenl, Clen- era! MneAilhtir, tho discoverers or the iiliiiulc biimb, nil decided whnt lliey wnnU'd, htiw lo go nflcr U, and then kepi moving In thai illrecllon regurdlewi ol disappointments, "IJ" slnele.-., and even dangers along Ihe way, YOU can your goal now. You can eiutasi! i-diul you want to follow nnd slnrl travelling on U lo- diiy. 'J'he wiirld uefds people Who enn keep nmvlng In Ihe rlglil dlreo- llnn more than ever befoto In hls- toiy. It Is up to you k) be one of them. 1, Iiolh nre reeclpted 2. Hhe'.'i all wrnpjted up In heriielf. II, Beeutiw it title then.', 4. Your fliicer.M, IJrllllnncy, months. 7, lie's tin Important pa- llent, A riillnmd track. IOIIKK lo en I. i> nd the olher lung. 10, __ Aimver To Puzzle BROADCAST THIS WAS '1'HK MOST UN KIN DUST OUT OK AUj To usu llic words of Murk Antony iu ShnKcsponr's "Julius "this wiuj Uio most unklndcsl cut of all." Wo cmi lake it, Jn the way It, no doubt. affected the people -oi Great llrUaln, coming Irani Bri- tain's Ally In the war, whom she hod so greatly helped in turning the Gorman Invasion of Russia into u rout, I imi rel'errini; to whnt was said in tho Soviet prow, cununcii- llllff Wl tllO VlHlt Of UlC HllS-SllUl looiball team to tho United King- dom. In tlie football mulches played between the Ih'illsh and I ho vlsitlnij Russians, lidding IB, Hie to thel: lulUsr did 1'ninoiiKly, ,r prowess by defeating tho noted Woolwich Ar.scnal. Jn the spirit of British Sport the Russians given, full credit for their vic- tory and treated only a .iporl- lov' nation wouljl trenl members of unollier nation who had distin- guished thomsulws, In tho cordial iraloriillv of the world of siwrt, Referring lo tho football matches played In Great Britain by the Russian team, Uie Soviet press com- plained that Uio team wcro treated inhospitably, tuid that tho Wrlthih Uuims played a "dirty" game, going far to say that In tho game against Woolwich Arsenal the mnn- of tho Woolwich learn hnd bet on his team and "fainted" when the JUisslniiH won. Wo can fuel assured that though much of the recent actions of RUH- Blti and much of what Uio Soviet press had say hurtful .to Great Britain, were Uio cause of disquiet, this last, to tlie wards of Mark Antony, were the "most un- klndest cut of In the way they rclloatcd on that prliscd Urltlxh llui spirit of good sjxn-t, which Identified with British hius iMicomu a synonym tho world over for fair play, X X X X. KKVINW OK MKN IMS -By W. A. It, C, CANADA'S NKW liOVKKNOR-OKNKHArj I have received a clipping from a reader of It Is nn article Iroin tho Belfast Nowh- Letter anonl Viscount Alexander, Canada's new Governor-General, staling that It has been pointed oul that as Governor-General of Canada the Pickl Marshal, as Vis- count Alexander Is, will forgo yet another link between Ulster and Canada, tho writer of the article says that ho thought It is not gen- erally known that Alexander's grandfather, the third Earl of Colo- don, served In Canada as captain In Uio r-oldfitrcwn Guards during- the cnrly years of Iho last century, Tho article goes on lo say lhat the Governor General's grand- father was Instrumental in found- Ing the town of Oaledon, Ontario, which was named after him, The well-known sjJa of Cnledon in South Africa, ho continued, was named after the Field Marshal's great-grandfather, Iho second Karl of Onledon, who wns the first Gov- ernor of the of Good Hope. Viscount Alexander, ns U is well known, is Die son of tho Ifttc Karl of Onledon, a village, of Ulster. His elder brother IB the present Earl of Onledon Tho title, when created, In 17BO, wns a barony, later raised an earldom. LIVING A CAT AND DOG IJl'K Old pxprr.sslons, accepted a.s tru- isms, are olton boiled, Slcro Is an Interesting Item which uoe.s fur to BUbstantlato this. It Is contained In a clippng rom "ur um An- imals" which has reached mo, The wrllev speaks of the friend- ship which existed between a cwi and u dog ho owned, which culmin- ated In a remarkable The doff, a Manchester terrier, sol into n fight with a large Cliow, wlilch cnme into Uic back yard and was cutlini? the worst of It, The Chow had got the Manchester by tho throat and was .swlnittni? him back and forth. A streak of gray flushed It was a cat, which landed astride the Chow's boelt nnd sank its claws deep Into It, Howling and yelping, the Chow let go of tho Manchester and tied out of the yard. But this was not nil the story, That night, the owner of the Man- chester and the eat, sat at dinner, ho saw through Uus open kltchon door tho dos sniffing at several in his dinner plate. Finally he picked up the bone having the most moat on It, nnd cautiously snoaked toward tlu> cat, eating in the other corner, dropped the bone, wont back to his dish and seemed to enjoy his depleted diniH'i- with relish, It was no doubt a tribute of gratitude paid In n dog's way to his deliverer from tho Chow. Lights Shadows TO It Is difficult to understand tho Soviet press and what it hopes to achieve by this sort of thing, wholo complaint of the Soviet press about, tho treatment of the lla-Alaa footballci's is so ridiculous that in normal times It would be regarded as Joke iuid not taken Rcrlously, but with the undoubted tension that prevails between the Soviet und hov former Allies, Groat Britain and tho United States, it IB not a matU'r which can be taken NiThl-hoartedly. A false ImpresMon will !x! fcpread among the Russian people in Reneral, who are kept in lunoranoe of the rent of tho world by u press controlled by an olig- archy, for there Is no other name by which It can be called, which has tho affairs of Russia completely in Us hands, reserving what It calls "knowledge" U) bo spread In the way Jl. rhoofcs. This is something for our Communist friends outside Russia 1o digest, Tt might well bo asked whether n controlled press, us 11 undoubtedly In In Russia, with dlhlorted view of happmiinifs, with the In Russia at largo only allowed to (jH (he views of this oligarchy, Iti conducive to Rood ro- tations between the peoples of tho world, so much to bo desired In tho InlnrrnlK of peace and security, of which the flrnt; nepd Is the allaying of suspicion and distrust between naUons, Great Britain, undoubtedly, seeks the friendship of Russia. Tn fact It Is nn for the advance of I ho post-war 'world, but It Is not only fnJr lo suy there should br a reciprocal action on l.ho part of Soviet Russia lo sock the friend- ship of Orent Britain, wlilch Britain IK anxious to offer open-lmncted. To tho atlnlnmnnt of this Rival desira- bility, Is not tho way pursued by the controlled fiovlet press, parUc- uliu-ly In live InManco of what, It had lo say about the visit of lhi> Russian footballers to Groat Britain, mast ilHitmenlnl? We can I like It that the Invitation lo tin1 llii'Maii foolbulleivi was made )tv nrenl Brltnln for Uns promotion of I'oodwlll amnnit I he t.wn peoples, nnd II, Is n grout, pity Ihut this irood Intention should have boon foiled by the P.nrhled verMim of I ho visit bv thn Rovlot Tt Is a thousand pl'li'n that It should bo. so, Tt In (.omothlnir wblf-ii nil men of Rood- wlll will bltliM'lv ronrct, X X X X IT the Soviet controlled press, when spi'tiklng of tho "Inhnspll- able Irentnncnt" nlvnn the Huwilan fool bailers oxpwlod lluin to IKS rc- irnlod with vodka and whirs In long prolonijod bumiurta, iut hn.'i brcn tho cii.'ilnm of I ho Kremlin lo heat Brlllsh dlplomals, we can nndc.r- In tho tinjxweriithrd slate Biilaln Is, to any nothing of Ihl.'i not helm? exactly tho way of British, hospitality, there would bn ciiuso for whnt l.ho Hovlel, pnssn chows to com., plnln. but, when it comes to Impug- nine tJrlllsii Mwrl, the way It did, 1'! Is qulto another mallor, with Rnvlnl. press (toliu? out of way hurt the fenllnna nf the British and nrndlrsslv civntliiR rofentmont. X X X Trlondshlji between nations, llko trade bntwoon nations, In not a one- wnv thing. H In a, two-way thing. Thin Is a lesson which all I ho nations of thn world, Including flovlot Ru'isln, has to learn. We can only hnpo Dint for spread of In- ternnl.lona] amity, so conducive lo tho Donee nnd scc.url'y of tho world, RuKpla.wIll (lie I'lRht nnd work bund in hand with her Allies as she did no brilliantly In the war now over, STRAY BIUU Inte thti nun the wild duck Atone, and where ho Imve none Kurih, IM (lew on aouth. 1'tr- luips Rlcepy from marshy bed, lie rulwd his Hofl brown (etUh- head And turned the riniiul, Flew where he didn't want to And ilesllny was In the hnud Of us who watched hitu from the Ki-ounil, Ami wivs within us ton, We knew no lanirunge that he knew. When huddonly its If a diirt Struck him from (he sun or us, lie Ntniipwl, HM'uiiK In nlr, and then Aimed north, nnd KO fU'W wn cnrly cleaved To sidewalks where we went, no sound wwt hoard, We had lu-liuul direct a bird. June A.stlPy, In ChrlKtiuu Science Monllor. ODDS AN1> MNDK Tt Isn't golnif to be a sweet Easter. laister candles will be scarcer lhari ever, we arc told, We have much to be thankful for. For Instance; Whenever you are near a rose Aren'L you rjlad you've ijot a nose? Someone says A bachelor's life Is just one Darned thing After nnolher. "UNKMlUOYMFrNT SITUATION NOT hendllncr, Ask this fellow out of work. STACK AND RCKJREN Paul Henrckl's molhcr has her visa and Ls nil scl to Icnvo Vienna for permanent residence In Holly- They haven't mot since London. "But she has seen two of my latest Paul Conspirators" and the unrelcnsed "Of Humnn Bond- The American officers' club In Vienna Invited Mrs. Henrcld to the club for tho showing. "I tried not to wrote Uio lady to her son, "but, finally I had Mam Ice Chevalier will leave Paris shortly lor the United Slates, where he plans lo make severnl moving pictures, Sir Ccdrlc Hnrdwlelte, now ap- pearing In a modern version of a Sophocles piny, was invited by n number of newspapers to write his commenU on the Ohurchlll speech regarding an alliance. "You gentle- men piobably believe that because I'm In a Sophocles piny I am Quali- fied to comment on momenlous Ifnrdwlcku replied. llevo me. Mrs, if I had fomcthtng worthwhile to say, do you think I'd be hamming II on Ch nrllc Ruggles may go to Kng- Inml to make movies wllh his pro- ducing brother, Wesley, More disillusionment, for males comes from Kllsnbelh Mergner who, playing In "The Two Mrs. makes this comment on the lenellon of women in the audi- ence: "Every night women scream in high tones of fright when Geoffrey Carroll, bent on murder mnkos a dramatic entrance through my bedroom window, But nt matin- ees, when Iho women nre alone nnti have no husbands or other men to comfort their fears, there uro no Judy Garland nnd Gone Kelly ACROSS I, Insect 4, kittle girl 7. Steering (naut.) fl, To catch 10, Vends 11, Birds 13, I'cn-nnmo of Chnrlod Lamb 14, Molal container IB, American moth 10, Malt DOWN l.Cradonco 14. Direct 17. Meadow 2, Girl's nwns 18, Al homo 8, Typo l.malknof grain after threshing ti, Pernla B. Cehfne monkey 7. Grueling B. Blseoso of Uio Imlr 10. Bodies o( water 12, Cleansing agent 20, Attempt 21, Col n 23, Grnmi cured for fodder J-l, Problemn of mltllUon 2B, Tramplo 20, Indefinite nrllcln 28. Piece of Cross- Word Puzzle 20, Notions flO, Jnclcdawii 32. Domestl- entcd 35, So. Am. rcpublto 36. Bint UB, SO. Cimhlon iT.IUnnblo 18. Rlvor (So, Am.) 10. To Rllffneiw tl, BreaU >2, ISarly In day (poet.) S4, Roinnln 27. Having K rank smelt ll.PcdesUI S2, Plaything ,1M, 84, Perimnal pronoun 8tt. 80. 87. City (Matm.) 30, King wllh (jokten touch 40. Ventura 41. Swcotnop 42. Wot enrlti VI It. I III fl? a Tho gaming rooms at Monto Carlo In Uio wnnll principality of onaco on tho Mediterranean sea- hare In southern Prance are nn- Ueipnlintf a renewed tourLst busi- ness Jn a few years, That will mean more mall from Monaco to North Amcricn, nnd moro used stamiw of he principality for collectors. Used tnmiw of the area have been scarce n recent years whon tho country wns occupied by the Gcutuina STAMP CORNER courtesy Stump Haven, Toronto. Romania recently Issued a set to mark the 50th anniversary of the Mathematical (top Prance has li-sucd a new sur- tax stamp for tuberculosis relief (top Norway has issued a stamp to a national aid fund portraylni? Crown Prince Olva 'top right.) Hungnry has issued a now set to tin: men and women of tho new republic (lower The small mountain state of Andorra between Spain and Franco has Issued now slumps (loww centre) and new pictorials (lower Monaco has In th? lust two dec- ,clos Issued some fine slumps, many if which have found their way into lamp collectors' albums in mint onditlon. Numerous Issues were urtax sots with mirlnx for chari- table Prominent on stamps if Monaco has been tho portrait of Prince II, who has been on since 1023, Monaco fitarkd tailing stamps n UfflO with portrait stamps of 1-lncc Chnrlcs III, followed In 1891 with stamps featuring Prince Albert First pictorial hnt was Issued in showing various buildings In ho principality, and a new por- .rnit of Albert T. The next year 'rlncc II mntle his philatelic appearance nnd more scenic stamps ippenred that year nnd the next, For n philatelic exhibition In 1928 he three rulers who had appeared on stumps were featured on one, More .scenic stamps appear- ;d In 1032, and new portrait of Ixnils IT In army uniform in 1937 and 1038. Just before tho start of the war more pletoilnto of build- ings and nlrviews of the country were tented on new sclfl. Among semi-ixwtal wcta Issued by Monaco since 10M have been Ucd stamps, scenlcs for welfare, portrait stamp.-, of Pierre and Curie for a cancer control fund, lied GIO.SS ambulance fund stamps In 1030 and J1MO with trails of princes of Monaco, other charity In l'J41 and 1942, the latter with moro members of the ruling fnmlly. Jn a long charily set was Issued ronimemorallnB Snint Devotiic, patron 'saint of Monaco, und her arrival Uie site of the present Canadian stamps and die proofs, prciicnU-d U> the late Franklin Hoowvclt by the CannUtan government, ssere sold at auction in New Yoik recently for prices far above their normal value. Die proofs of the 1042 brought die proofs of the <5 cents airmail soli! for and of the 16 rents special dellvety nbrmail for New Ishtii's Burma is to haw a Victoiy .slump issue, showing ft map of Huiiua, with natives and of tieoige VI Brunei to have a new .slanip Issue New- foundland Ls loportcd to have over- printed tho current 30 cents Mumps with new 2 cents value New iSealund te half pence C cargo VT with official overprint Hon- duras ir, lining new ulrmaiLs In- cluding a vahn! portraying Frank- lin lloftscwlt. Portuguese Guinea has issued a .set commcmoiatliiK 500 years since discovery of colony, and Including In a iwrlralt of American Piesldent Grant who plnyed n hl-sturical part, in the col- ony in an arbitration dispute Poland has an airmail .stamp .showing plane over ruins of War- saw Sun Marino has Issued Btamp to U.N.I? H.A. will be co-slurred In Metro-Gold-, wvn-Mnyer's film ver.slon of "The I a play In which Alfied! Lunt nnd 1-ynn 1-Vintnnne Marred on llniadway, The picture will go Into i production wxni as Mr, Kelly us dl.sehiufted from tho navy on May and will be Miss Garland's! Mnei! the birth oi her baby. Anita j js writing tho screen play and' Arthur Jfrcod Is the producer. Thoj nnihic will bi1 by Cole Porter. j Scrfton io oen- the best-.seller novel by Daphine du Mniuler, have been pur- chased by .Sir Alexander Kordn, The Mory will be filmed in Teehnieolor next fipriiiK on the const In NiiRlnml and nt Korda's Woiton Hal) Ntudlas In Ixnulon. TI1K SKYWAYS Since mv column I have made n tjulek lllitht lo Wilt Ixike City by Western Air Lines, Is JiiBt live hours by air from the Utah capital and the IHi'.ht la a delightful one. You elenr cu-loins at Cut Hank and In no time you are landing at, the up-to-tlule tireat. Palls alriwrl. Wo winrtd over Helena and landed at Itutie with Its "Hlrhesl Hill In the Then wo Doomed .south over the wiow-blnnkoted Monlda Pass and on (a Idaho Falls where the view of the, Mormon Temple from the nlr IB a utrilUnu picture. 'Hie white edit leu rlseti on I he bnnks of the nnnki1 mver--the "Nile of We made u brief Mop at, I he Pocn- tello then at, Oudon and mlnuteK later landed nt tho busy Hall littkc Municipal airport. We.stern Air Uneti1 service Is of tho bcsl and I certainly called it n day when the desk olork at, tho nlrport handed me a Inform- il mo thai a was ho ever n friend (secured ac- commodation for me nt the Hotel Utah. Tho annual conference of the clnireh had attracted thou- sands lo Ball Idilce and lintels wore Jammed, Now you enn umloivaami why that noli; at the airpoil was "manna from As we f.ed up town from the nltpm't a vond IIH Kinonlh a tablo--cj y and provincial officials here pie tako noto-Um mountain vinh cxhllaratlnif. Hlslnit Into I o c ouds nna bathed In Jlsht for the urcat church R.itherlriR the spires of Uie Temple loomed ahead. Yes, Urn 18 Salt Yonder Is the Drighani Young Monument. Main Street In ft of llithl and here the famous hotel nl.-iO vrowned with a to visitors. Salt Kike .shops nre smart but there nn: many, many lines or goods .still very .scarce. T was nmass- ed nt the of candy In drug stores and on candy counters in, department A Canadian wonden d at the piles of Ihe best boxed ehocoUite.s in tho country. How thlt, "Migar pool" work anyway? Mi-.u- Is and butter Is it? One gcU; cither a shaving of butter or none at all at lestnurnnls. Ice en-am Is plnntiful nnd Halt U-iko Ls noted for ilw ice crcum, Housing MMi-ulmi In Iho Is very bnd and uon-e.vsuiltii! build- htg lui.s been by federal order, I'roperi.y vnlues arc. high. I met. scoiv.s of people anxious lo know our lor taking care of tourists nnd the lliht thing they n.sked wns about our roads. Utah Is planning a veritable flood of vIMtois yinr when the stale celebrates it.-, centennial for 11 was on July !M. 1JM7, that tho pioneers witi-reil the Ihen barren Ball take Valley nnd their Brigham Younir. exclaimed as his eyes hwept (lie nilhs of sagebrush and the shininit sea In Ihe uw- Uinoe: "Thi.s the place I" Some or Ihe weaker one.s in those early pion- eer bands implored their lender to piihh un to California but he was unmoved, piorerdmtj a linn hand In nlnntinif people in tho Salt Like HH-III. lie told them Uie desert "would like Ihe that a Ri-eat city would rise on this very i-pnl nnd She valleys north nnd (.otith would become nnd flowlshlm? regions, The key to his prophetle words wns Waler --Urination, ii word we hear a lot ol in southern Alberta. Brltjluuu younp had the mountain streams diverted to the dry but productive lands of ihc valley, nnd then hlit people began lo sing: "Our mountain home so dear I" They nro still binning it inul In their best bib and tucker Salt Lake and Utah "Crossroads of the will play luisti to the world In 1047.-O, P. a 'SPAPERJ ;