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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APKIL 20, THE hETHBRIDGE HERALD THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 19-10 FOR BOYS AND GIRLS OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA Shadow Plays of Primitive Age Offered Interesting Entertainment As a lilllo twerp do you remem- ber your mother sitting at your bcdsldf, in tho dimness of ft light? Sho would bo waggling her you novor looked your mother's fingers. Your eyes wor. focused on the wall where a glant-siiX) shadow-rabbit was romp- ing through ftll sorts of funny unties, Mighty exciting that bedtime today lit the com- ics, tho movies and now television. Yot shadow pictures are really tho foienumers of our plays, our movies and all thu enloiUln- meni that wy accept so unthinking- ly In our daiiy lives loday, I'rimillvo man looked upon his fchndow as his soul. No other man was allowed to step upon it or even touch U. As civilisation advanced ftnd fear needed, Uio Ohlneso shadow fov talnment, J'robably tho Itloii origin- ate., frwn Iho Orlontal's in watching tho they per- formed their riUss in lighted tonte ftna thc-lr shadows darted iously back and forth. At any rate tho shadow play goes bock lo In thoM) early years phuod from to vlllftKo with M-rceiiM that wero lighted by flickering caariphor burn- ing in pieces of hollow bum two, HhfHlow actors, beautifully painted, Uollcatvly jointed and moved by rodjt of bono or ivory, went along In chest togclhcr with H flute, drum or cymbals, for Iho fchudow-play invariably had musi- cal accompaniment, These, ancient shadow actors may still bo In tho I-'lcld Musoum of Ohleago, tho Cleveland Museum of Art, also Iho isrooklyn Mu.soum. Paulino lien ton introduced Uie sluutow to Uio attention of Ameiioan audiences, Now thfc. oldest form of cntertfilninciit In thi.s world Is being revived by school KIOUIW church clubs and dramatic oryanl- Cut-out paper shadow jilnys aie iho most popular and the cheapest If anyone thinks they aren't fun U plan, consliuet and act out we I thoso doubters ought to try ill White wrapping paper or even an old sheet pinned in a door will make excellent screen, When UK height of the swoon in. deddul on tho bottom should have a skirl hriTiiigomenl of heavy paper if order that iho will bo hidden from the audience fckx-nery Is .painted on the paper MTcen, with the Irees, houses ant other object.i blocked In with black waterproof ink. Sometimes as many fis 10 screens will used In even i play. The slue of tho figures depend) upon Ihe of the scioen: every- thing should be In sonic-mode proportions. For tho beginner, tlu cardboard figure Is arms, ]i Cross Word Puzzle ACUOSB 1, (lead roverUui, 4. Winitllkr; pat I. 6, Dm today (tcuLs will Kliakespeare. P. Kymhol foj Itldlurn. 10, nun god. 11, I'luyed for otakva, 1ft. I'lsh lurched. DOWN 1. Nickname for fdnold. 2. Whole, 3. jioriiy, fi. Toupee. lioy'a name, 7, X, fnsane, 12, Written form of 13, Snake. 14, I'ermlt. nd heads cut separately, thou oUiled to iho body wlln two- roiiKOd Dttixir-fastonors. After ire lauro Is domi, It, U (fined used lo naulpuiauj that will not luouBli motion of Uie sticks ho Uireads being brought through in opening cut into Uio figure, I'ov the play select a simple one >ut be sure 11 him plenty of acllonl Anything from nursery rhymes to iiodern will BO. Arrange, ialoP in Incidents and you will find ho play rollUiK .smoothly along. A shadow play could be Iho big urpiise fw your next parly, If you an weave a stoiy about some mpular event Ih.il has taken place n high school with muylio a lew )f your guesus done in plofu.nnl stvrlcntuie. you'll Iwvo a real hit on -our hiuul, hourly laugh or Iwo, y'hadow plcluros oflen develop itto a hobby becausethe mote mo studies about tho field, the artistic ho Incomes with pup- color-sereons and IlKtitUiK. ft by no means ft henna hobby. Kveryono wan.s to ft shadow- jleture arllst arid his wrt. Good bookw or. shadow plays and low to produce them aro on Ihc shelves of your public library. Tload aboul returning I'hon KOl wy wltli wnno Ink and cardboard. You'll give ft lot of fun to others and you'll havo a lot of furi yourself I PATUIUl Don'l lot proci'HMinalton, that Id Uiltf, prevent you ftom tack- Ing the list of You will Ind the correct answers 'Jscwhero )ii this page. 1. Motion that Ifi dextrorotatory IK called what flso? 2. HuyHfins Invunlcd Iho clock pendulum In the year 1007. In what country? Who IB tliu oldest lunntlo on 4. What city In Illinois Is famous 'or the manufacture of watches? 5. In figuring Kiamlnrd time n llffcionco of Ifi (kgrces In longl- ude to what? 0. What famous boll is rung by a clock In a fxnidon lower? 7. Cllvo (ho date of the iKigliiniug if the Christian (I. nopailUi in savings banks are nounally culU'd what? 0. "Time rolls his ceaseless Is found In whal book by Sir Walter Kcott? 10. Machlno-inftde watches were nvenlcd hi Iho United Staled by whom? VOW MAVK IT! Uilcnt, talcum of many Kveryono 1ms a latent, of some sort. It came wt'h you Into the world and your Job lit to express It In a way which will make others, well your, elf, happy. What your tali nl? Is there some one tliliiK you would rather do than anything else? Something you can do better than most of the crowd? Tlio are your answer will show you whal your talent I Hut it Is not enough to know you have a talent, You must make good use of it If you want In be a happy useful poison, No mutter how small or Iradgnlf leant II iihiy (iccrii to vou, there a place In the woild for your particular talent. Perhaps It Is1 needed some- vi h e r e to com- plete someoiu sclent ii'.U u.'ic tlu people and the wot k eat h lias done oiv his special gift, In order to treate such bles.'i- afl wlrehwi, stertm engines puilelllln, and the Ihou.iaiut-i of thlncs which have added to the joy the health, and the well being of I world. Or yom latent may be ai Individual matte.1, something yoi riiu.it woik out by youiself. Most seem unimportant to the people who possctm them. Unn- nlnic a machine, rooking meals opriatlrig- a ret tear or a type- writer are Just cveiyday ways of making a living UiiwiKh the ex- piej, .lun of some of your liitint, Nd mutter what ymu t.ili ut Is, It is the use you make It uhlch rrirtkea you a happy, KUC- d.'.j.ful Individual, and of u.se It the woild, RIDDLES l'iople of id! apes have cnfoyec rliUtli.i, ami In a while wo I hilt look like they I h( fli'.i CM i i old lluf old or now Hki a mw Iwleh sun the nn.'.v. H. el-' rt, on tlii. pare 1, What h nuue imlndii than plmffo wilh u stiff neck? Whv did Noah object to UK letter li? .1 What l.'i "flivd In Old Ken- I, VVhon Is n public building llk( a libd? f> What kind of a pain does OIK Ol? n What a door but never IOIUCH In 01 "Ul? 7. Wlun rmmi a keep his woi d? I'OKIIH AN8WHHH I, !i. 3 Tlmo oul of mind 'i Klgln, tl. Olf- feii'iiee In limn of exactly out i I Want to be a "Happy Heralder" Namo I I City or Town...................................................................... Birthday I Ajfo next Hirlhdny................ "1 W1U. AI.WAYH IIK KINO TO ANIMAI.H" POSERS lour. Ulg lien, 7. Jan. 1, 1 A.p. ft. Time deposits. 0. Irfidy of the Uko, 10, De.nnlson nnd Howard NEWlfUNTSFOR THAT ENTERTAINMENT Of course you want to keep your party from being a flop, And when mil send out Invitations your friends will bo looking forward lo something more modern and morn exetUnij than tho ancient "Whlslle, whistle, who's got the Well, hero you arc. Check those Ideas over and If you don't fool Ilku having another go at enter- taining. Hlniil 1. ff much 01 a good Ihhiff wo Jiro told, but I doubt Uio truth of some of these well-worn phrason, Judging from dm present look of Uie fruit trees in otu gn.rdon, Ihuro is not Uio ovl- donoo of tho May flowora after Iho abundant April showers. Tho cherry wits, which aro Iho Ur.sl, of Uio fruit Uet'H lo blossom, aro not. Uio canopies of blossom which, 11 1 re- member, they should bu by now. Jn I act, It hn.s been a bolnlctl spring, antl tlio npplo and plum I roes 1110 ill in iholv wlntor nakedness, Mowover, It inny bo thai by Iho time May Is hero I hey mny break oul In Hill bloom, and I bean n lllilo too previous in casting ns- porslonn on April showors with what Ihoy Ht'o presumed to bring. At any rain, April as wo have had it, has furnished front pugo news lo (ho Vancouver dnllles, "Fourteen 'iir ninrk for ruin shattered" is Uiu ho-ndllno in ono ol these dailies, Vancouver's' nttnfnll during the I ,i ,1 21 hours, it ,snys, "Binnshnd ft ll-yenr record for April. 'I'otal of i unfaU In tho last 2'1 liours was I. 'ill inohcs, and previous high for my April day was l.flO Inohcs In lii'ia." On thfi dnlo In which this appeared. it says further, "Average total rainfall for April In Vnnr.ouvor Is :i.3I inchoB, This Is only April 11, hut already rainfall total for Uils month Is 3.90 Inches." So there you sire when It OOIIIOB to April showers, "X" 5C 5C X A HAUNTING MNK OI'1 I'OKTIIY A'ong tho road whore my home is hltuutcd there are many rills, nnd in the lumulluoiiH stale to which thnv have been brought by these April .showers I am haunted ns t take my dully walks, rain or no ruin, wl'li that line In "The roaring torrent is doep and With It, T got the spirit of undumpone.d hy the molsturo with which hyrtro- ginphors so dwly Interested. H IK a good ion lo those dny.s In get (Inn awnv from the news of a distracted world. V Hr- T IIOKUOW YOUK I'AI'ICHV" 'rhls wan a slinngc request, as I thought at the lime, from a at tho village .past office, where T hud Bonn to got my mail, u dally omip- uatlon with me, Tho paper In ques- tion wns Uio tjcthbrldgo Which Ls mailed to me dally. It happened that the Indy was from Lolhbrldgu on a holiday In Van- couver, and taking a run out U> we tho beauties or Deep Cove, Hho ro.e- porioiuH! when covering Uie police uourl nuwh when actively engaged with Iho Herald, 1 recall that on one occasion tho air was M> offen- sive in the crowded basement room that a hlulwart member of Uie H.O.M.P, attending a fainted. Everything comes lo those who wait according to one of those trite sayings, It has been a very long and painful wnlt tor the magistrate whose dally duty it has been to pre- side In ixiilco court. "A policeman's lifo is not a happy as it ha.s been said, With equal truth, it can bo .said, n police miujlslrato's life is not a happy ono when It cornea to dispensing jiutlco In the police court In Lethbrldge. However, I am glad to know that happy days live in atom for thoso who have bom tollers underground, whose complaints under, I pio.Miino, the "exigencies of olrrumstniieos" have for long unheeded, nnd have at length had an acknowledge- ment In the building of a police court and a police station worthy of tho city of LolhbrldgQ In the lliH'tlon to which it has arrived, It will bo n heave of delight that thoso Intimately connected with the IxMleo court and police station in I.cthbridge, will halt their migration lo quarters more. In keeping with their needs, In their ease palienoo and endurance, .severely tried, have after long and weary wailing met with their Ju.st reward. XXXV C'tmiOSITY CAN ni: A WORMY Curiosity, if unchecked, can Uc a houreo of woiry. In h.ijlnii 1 mean tho warning lo know Uio whyh and the whcroiorob ol Such, lor liihlnutio, why cunt, boil hard. Mast people when eating an I'Ktt do not bother about thi.s, but apparently there ai'o .some who do and If they aie keen in ihcir wuivh lor knowledge give cause lor worry umil uuir curiosity is satisfied, Wed, do you know why eugs boil hard? I havo seen the quoslion a.skcd and answered, 1 don't expect that anyone will bo tho wiser as to why eggs boil hard Horn the answer given, but here it is. Tho haul- boiled oiitf Is hard Iwcau-su proteins clot on heating. This leads to Uio question, if you aro curious, tut to why piotuins clot on. hciuing, or us a diversion, why .some people culled hard-boiled, To oomo to on- other question: Why do men need moio food than women? This deems to boUier MHUB jieopki. TO arutlly these curious ones tho answer given to Iho question is that tho amount of energy by dilforent indiv- iduals l.s proportional to the surliUM areas of the bodies, since in general mon are bigger than women, they lived moru Uian the wom- en. If you are Interested In vitamins and want to know how you could loll by looking at it whether one cabbagu contains more vitamin A than another, you are advised that In a cabbage there is vitamin A in Iho dark outer loaves. So when It comes to buying a cabbage tho housewife who wishes to get a cab- bage with vitamin A will havo to make a diligent search among cub- biwss oil display. I pity tho poor seller of cabbages, me, though for a moment 3 couldn't quite place her, By hiiute inunlnl Iclopathy she divined Hint the which had been ju.st handed mo fioiu tho. post office wicket was Lothbridgo iiornld. This MU'ved In brenklng Uio ice In Uio way of Introduction. T thought lo myself, was a good way of Introducing oneself to another who ''home town" once who lived In your may not have you. It Is at least, a novel way, and not, n bad way, when 11 comes to an inlimUicllon. .She told mo she was a constant reader of Uie Herald and of my "Broadcast" in a pleasant coni.nrvatlon, Idling me how Iiothbildgu had grown In re- cent years with the various changes thai had Inkon place, X X X X TALKING OK It lh sl.ranijo tho number of people one moelh hero who know liolh- lirldgi'. Tho latest T have met IK a man who has just to live hi'ro and IK busy with his garden and In doing up the house he ha.s bouitht. He was stalf captain on board the uf which was tor pedoed during Iho war off Iho const ol lloiifj Kong, when (.hu was mod as u Irooixshlp, He wiih one of Uio tow smvlvoffi leaching Hong Kiing, irom which he with Im-ly-onu othrrti In u boat, to Java when II long Kong wa.s taken by the All this was very Intonating In a con versa I Ion 1 had with newly- found arquulnlnnce, but showing how Miiall Uie world Is. I was fur- thor Interested when he told me that he knew iH'lhbriduo, having lunchi'd In the nearby foothills Borne years ago, mentloiuni! In par- ticular that, he was In to wo tho fillth nailery oft in tho World War, as he wan a Irlend ol Iho late Major Blafford. I am looking forward to meet ing him Hgaln. ni.s oxperlencea when told, 1 am sure will be highly Interesting. X X X X A 1IOON ANH A Itl.KSKINU Thu new pullcn court and police ftlullcin. the plan for which 1 note In the JKilhbrltlgo Herald, will oomo ns a boon and u blcn.slnii lo thoM1 who huvii tor Inns; years had lo put up with their present accommodation. Particularly will this bo the ea.in with (ho )iollcs! mngl.slrnlcK, who have had to dispense Justice In a basement room umvnilhy of Hie nnmu of a eouit or hwllco, with itn lootld air, of which i Imvo had ex- Lights Shadows. WKKV NOT Hy W. n. It Is the Bny of Peace. And sllrnco sinks Upon a thousand sens and lands afar, Where terror-laden bombs hnvo shed their woo, And lurid War has lonu hold evil sway; And peoples long Inured to shivering fear Oan hrontlio (ignln the quiet breath of pence, And in tho comhift Hmn men shall not dlo As mon, through nil thww weary years, hnvo dlori At ciuol War's bohpst. And now, onoo more, Tho pooples lontt dibarred from wonted tasks Shall turn rejoicing to the ways of ppace. Yet, In this hour of joy, on many n heart Tho blinds are dinwn, and 'mid Uio musle's piny A stlonoo and a stillness falls un- sniip.ht; And tears fire falllnu soft, nnd quiet sobs Break now nnd then. For, In our homos oVn now, Thorn are thoso thoughts, returning o'er Iho yours, Heo. not alone Ihn conflict of tho tlmo, Hut one doar who cnino not back Wlinn nil the others came--who Is not seen Whoro itnllnnt ranks iuo niarohing here, lonlghl. Oomos yet tho thought of him. His form, his sinllo, His boyish voice, his Pills nil Iho pte.lurc. "Wiy nnd why Weep on, dear henrl, Wocp out lit UP liouif, "11s well to weop. The shadow Unio will puss, Thnunh for tonlglil your loynl tear- fnll. Woop on. I rue heart- for It Is well nnd rlirhl 'Ilint In this hour your to.irs express your IOVP. Uoyond Uiis hour tlioio yet shall sound for you A finer word, n word of higher worth: "Woop nol, beloved. Uie widen bo clear, The .sun hns risen, l.ifl your nnd see. farther-- fmtlior past the enrlhlv scono. And son.se Uio Otherwhere, whore ho nbldes. And, ns you gnro, receive the grn- cimi.s though! Thai. IToavon on thai dread night mndo no mlfilnlto, Hut iinvn to him In very truth Iho And so ho passed to life nnd light nnd pence." And with the coming nf our Victory Jlo sure 'that they rejoice with eager Tliat Iho (jreat to which they ijnva Ihelr nil Is I he costly boon they bought for us Tins very duod nnd truth hns onmo, And War Is banished from tho world at InsI. And, could you hour his voice, his woid would bo, In boyish nhrnso: "Why should you weep tor me? Fur fin all nil my lovo IH yuurs. Forget your tcars-chhiB tip-and barry lot us be loynl to our gallant men. And to their enterprise lor iUl mankind, And to the challenge of their war- fare done; llojolcing In the joy they share with us, And holding dear greatly bought, the ponco they Sol forth Into the New Time un- nfrald, win the Pence since they have won Uin War, Tho Evangel, Now York. ONUS AND ENDS A joyous Busier I KaMor brings OBBS to mind. And In connuctlon with ecgs this tloiy: "I don't Ilko tho eggs you sent me yesterday." "What's wrong wilh "Well, I thought thoy were raUicr underislKod for their age." Oalmnoss of mind is ono of the. bountiful Jewels of wUdom. It Is the result of long and patient effort In solf James Allen. Then there's Iho follow who "beuled" about Ihc cnr he had bought, lie. said ovurylhing made a noLse but the hoin. "Auntie, were you over proposed "Once, doar, A gentleninn a.sked mo to ninrry him over the tolc- phono, but he had Uie wrong number." TO BAOH Oro.it .shining henrt, bo, kind While this slow Urosomono.ss that Is called me, Fumbling and groping, learns again to find Your singing, In a world that noedo your song. Ho patient while your niiiAlo woikt> iUs will, Kcluio.s tho. Truth that makes Uie earlhbdiuid free, Unidils thu stltllng grasii of frowi Uitll'Ji, Hrlng.s the heart's Inughtur from tlto unkind yoaui, singer, while T stumble llutiugh your song, Ho patient Mill, H. MAS, In OhrLstlan tSclrncu Monitor, WKUIWIi 1'VaiiK Worfol dtod In.st August. Death came to him at Hollywood which gave to the world the screen version of his famous religions novel, "Tho Song of Wertnl found his groat niomont, not In Kurnpu from which ho wns lorced to floe tho but In thn Am- erica ho "ndinlted as n frco ninn but scorned an nil as ono com- mentator puts it, World's now book, "81 nr nf Iho which he considered his masterpiece, has boon getting a cool I haven't, road It but will Just ns soon ns I ran secure the book for fomeliow "Blur of Ihn Unbom" will bo a linal testament of this fine artist who onmo to us out, of tho onuldron of war. And do.spltc tho urllles I nin told II Is a sluing ploeo of work. Worfol's whole 11 fo had boon ono of slrumtlo, contrast and triumph nocompllshinent. Horn of wonlthy Juwlsh paronUi in Piaguo In JIWO, ho iiio-coeclud as a Ij'ilo pool and 8 10 11 A.CKOS8 Light boilsttind Hoard of ryo Dwelling; Bucltdt Arublan ClllOftQlll starch 12 13 IB Ifl J7 18 JO 2j 21 20 30 31, 35 30 37. 33. 39 40. tl. Qulot Epoch eaith Perform Body of water Hecoptnclo fm Trouble Projecting: end of a 'church from axis Then; Dione PHI t of "to K'" Hoax Heavenly body King- DOWN Marha out into parts 1-OftVOOUt Tin toe (nuts, term) Insect Men n Klver Coro Terrltoilftl 16. Rpilng mouUi 10. lU'foio !iO. Uy way of 21. Island (Kan Property a..) Total Amount baibui i 23 Fortify U Tree 2ft Yoimii turkey 26 Any 27, Parts of trunhu 28. Vurylna weight Undj SO. Cross- Word Puzzle 33 Reward 31 rslmul IS, of 38 Keep 37 Medieval boat speurlunplty Not any tcolloq.) KelaU GtiTs (pous.) Underworld fiod National (Tu ik.) i Tl m leader of the expressionist school. A religious pacifist in n liurope. turning to the Ideals of fas- cism and military expansion, ho held his own as a dramatist in both Oeimany and Austria. When finally forced to flee with his wife and .small step-daughter, ho re.u-hcd Krnnev only to be tuinod back al Uio Spanish border. It was In this de.spoiale situation, his manuscript lost, nnd nil tha ho. had built up in tno ,st( ;u- destroyed, that they reached tho temporary refuge of Ixiurdco. Hero he Into contact wilh tho, .story of Soubrlous and tbo mlrao.ulous honllng spilng, which scorned to servo not only n-s a balm to his spoilt spirit, but as the inspiration for the work, The Song of Uernndclte, which wns so overwhelmingly n In "tho continent of pure Sonic years before an lunoic theme In 'Hie I'Virty Days of Musa Dugh had made u similarly (loop Impres- sion on tho American public. The Pure In Henri a moving novel of Vienna, though less a suc.cc.bs, hns nlso nooorcl- cd classic U> ).i ay Dark and indifferent Is the KNI-MANT KNCHANT i HNS) Mr. find Mis. O. K. ck, aenmip.inlert by Mis. H. wore Lethbudge vlMturs on Tl.ursdny returning In tho. evening. Art Dmilmr, who hn.s been spend- ing a few eliuh at the homo of his pnienls, Mr. and Mrs. J W. Diin- imr, loll lor IcthbridBC on nehdny evonlnii D, II, Dtinlj.ir. O P.R. relief agent, who has hi en rellcvini? al Lomonu for Ihc pasl weeks, is spend- ing a few dnjs tit the home of parents, Mr. am! Mis. J. W. Dwii; and then will relieve the looal agent while he Is on holidays dur- ing the lu.sur season. The newspapers, a local medium, give the eontoet with IHtint of j-tati-s llcrnard C, Duffy, President or Batten. stlne A. Oi-boui, Advertising Ae'cney. PUZZLE ANSWER iWSPAPfc.RI ;