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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1946 FOR BOYS AND GIRLS OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA SHADOW CARR Usllng mot Kon Lee- ward at tho door with an uneasy look In her eye, Ken mcl the glance with a prcplcxcd wondering If ho had forgotten to put on a nccktlo. Oarabcl said, Prlday nlKhtl" "I know said Kon. Something wrong. "Our date is Cnra- bel wont on, disdainfully down her nose. It was n rather pretty noso, which wns turned up Carobol was n pretty girl fciicl the noso wiui cute, "I didn't know Ken said. "1 was almost sure you said Fri- day." "I said Saturday." Carnbel said. "Bwildes, John I'oplar's hpro "You ought to be glad J camo Ken said, "lie's my idea of a dtito." Cnrabcl Klarcd, "I won't havo you stand thcro talking that way about my friends, Ken sho said, "If you haven't nny bettor Carnbcl broko off nfl John ap- peared in tho doorway behind her. "Hello, Kon said, irn- pwdently. "Move on, John Poplar motioning with his hand, This Is my territory "Well, if Cnrftbrt wariUi lo bo nido and send mo Kon tatd, "I'll go." Corabol shifted her foet un- "I haven't asked you to Co home, Ken sho said, "My manners aro it lot bettor than those, of sorno people." "Gee! Sho wanto mo to stayt" Ken grinned, pushing In tho door. Ho look off Ills hat and smoothed tho cowlick In his hair. John glared Hi him. Carabel lookod helpless. John rnado a JerklriK motion wllh his thumb indlcntinc that Carabol KO into the next room a min- ute. "I'll fix hc whimpered, "You won't Cm'ubol td in an undorloiio. John shook his head. When Carabel had KOHO and Ken had smoothed down his cowllctc, Cross Word Puzzle April showers bring May flowers hero la a of variety to while away Ihe showerv hours, ACROSS I, Sk-eplnK vision. Carouse, V, Measure of area, 0. Weight of India, 10. Spanish 12. Orealcst quanllly. 14. 1C. Amount 17. Afje. IB. Oceans. 20. Mno the roof of. 21. TJius. 22. Girl's name. 24, AUeriKHin 25. Gonceit. 27. Oangor, DOWN 1. Doctor 2, 3, Night before an event, 4, Airplane. 5. Mlllllter V. Gainer. 8. Juliet's beau, 10. Deprive of utterly. II. Sacred WJIIK. 13. Blatlon 15, Ciiscivo. 19. Painful. 20, Magistrate. 23, Court cay title. 25. I'arcel post 28, Glolh NAPPY- AI'IWI. 21 Roy Mit It hew Uolokoski, Billy Gibson, LcthbridRO........ Al'itlL 23 Beryl Pachal, Lethbrldgo 12 Lawrence O. Uclmuth, Turin 9 Lyn Kvans, Monarch Al'HIL 23 June Chamborlln, Lothbridgo 4 Ottolino Joy Gnst, Magratli 1 AIMtlL 24 Susan Olino Bull, San JKranclsoo Verna May Crnlg, Hlllorcst Mines B Nndlno Moldrum, Raymond 12 Alan Pack, Raymond 12 Dorecn Vollondoif, Lolhbridgo 11 AI'IMIi 25 Eva M, Cook, Maura th IS Duanc Dick, Onrnmintay 10 APRIL O. David Oarmlohnel, Monarch 5 Jackie Wolfe, Foremost Al'im, 27 Carol 11. Conrad, Bow island Barbara Wing, Raymond 11 11 U ANSWERS "What are arguing Carabel nskril wlir appeared In the John smiled at hlrn. "Now, hc wald. "lot's bo intelligent human "It'll bo difficult for Kon said, "I John went on. disre- garding the Impudence, "let's sc-ltlo this Ihiritf llko two men our ago should Mitlle a thliiK of sort." Ken blinked, "How do int-u o( Ifi usually settle Ihlngn of this ho nskcd. "With old-fa.'.hlonod and It lighting with John wild. "Hul the fuel remains that ,t had a dale with Carabel "Bo did Ken Mild. "Hhe was tho one that mixed on her dates, not mo. I'm staying, "It's not the thing to Cara- bel arid 1 were playing her now record player and we had A lot til thlriKH to talk over. Then wo plan- ned to out to a Ken w.ked. "I can listen music and I can talk, I'm golnq to lake her to a danco, too. Hhe'd like to go with two partners-Jill make licr look popular." but It won't bo so much fun for either otic of John said, looking out of the corner of hln eyes lo make Mint Cauvbcl was out Ken Mild. you don't gel rk! of me, you can pitch woo at my Klrll" "Bho'fl not your girl, tail that's bcsldo tho point. I'm MiXBCHtlnH a contest. The one llial wins to take her to the dance, Tho one that 1'rf.es noes home. Jiuil like a of hearing distance. "Old crafty, "You gave mo a date lonlghl and I didn't bargain for him." "Ken's date was for tomorrow Garabel snld. "Al loasl, I thought It was." "Well, I'll go by what you say in the matter ol weapons In Ihl.n duel, but I know you told mo tonight, Ctinibfll" Ken Bald, Cftrabol glnncol frantically from face lo face, John no Ronio, no woll-di'owicd, Ken so popular wllh the oilier It wouldn't do to offend elthor one. "What wodixnw, John asked, "You're both In my arl Carnbol said. "And of you are torrt'nlo. So I'll go with tho one thai drawn Hie picture of mo I" "That's fair Ken mvld, cdRerly, "Ilc'n got (t trick up hln Jolin pointed out, "Ho agreed Uio quickly to cult me I" "You've my pictures and I've Ken Haiti. "There's not nmnh cliolcc, Carabel will gel 11.1 paper and pencil and we'll each have 10 minutes lo tlruw a picture of her, Thn drawing she thlnlai Ux- lieiit, John nodded head In ngrec- mrnl and C'aratx'l brdUh'ht oul penol! iuul paper nnd titood In tho contcr of the room ns a model. John drawing, while Ken watched thfl clock, doing nothing. "llemrmbw, Kun, you've only got, Carabel casl no shadow boncnlh tho lights of ttie ball room. "Good nlghtl" Ken exclaimed. "IJo you my Iruclng It had something to do wilh your losing _____ To no Continual) For Sunday Beat 1. Umbrella plant, 2, flower. 4. Dutchman's pipe. G, Soup planl. 0. doldlhrciid. 7. Blnnkot flower. 8. ERR plnnl. 8. .10. Sweet Cium, LIVING IS L1KK DRIVING Living Is vety much driving on nnlomtiblle. Thoro nro certain fundanientnls which wo must Jcnrn If we arc In be exports at handling our cniv, or our lives, and Ihe sooner wo learn these things tho better prepared we will bo lo live or drlvo sueoos-ilnlly, jt IK neoesMiiy for us to under- stnnd bomolhlrifc of tho laws which (guVRin Ihe run- ning of a car if wo expect to bo good wo must know aliout llin rules which control the conduct of our lives If we hojM) to bo happy and sue- at tho Job duel, only nobody killed. Agrco- "Surel How about a race nround the Ken asked, "And you a member of the track learn? Why you'd have an unfair advantage! How about a mntohV" "And you're ft dictionary hound! None of tlml stuff for rnel He.- Ides, the rhnlloncor doesn't have Uui choice of Cafiibol fippcared In the dnorway. "Whttt arc you IKI.VJ: arc.tiluK abmiU" dho cialteil. .'iwr-'tly enoiuih tr> hide the fact Unit had heard word, John explained, with Ken prompt Ing, "Why not let me docldn what sort ni ciintejit we'll Caia- mikod, "I'll be fair ntxuit It, al- thouch I'vo been thinking it over and t almost have decided lo lei both of you lake me to tho dance.' John said flatly. 10 l out. f I Want to be a "Happy Heralder" Name I Address.................... City or Town Birthday date next Birthday.. I "1 W1UL, ALWAYS HE KINO TO ANIMALS" _i "I wnnl larger Ken snld. "But It'll lake longer lo draw u Carabol declared. "Gel tumo wrapping paper-- nbmit five feet of kind your mother iiul.'i on pitntry Jlpwlldcredly Carubel left Iho room and manned with the paper. lly this time there were only three to go, Ken flu'itonod tho paper under u plctui'o on Uio wall while John and Carabol watched him. Carabel'H shadow fell on Uio paper nnd Ken rapidly traced the xlthouetUf, Then he drew not so lifelike arid earn and scratched Ilm-Ji for hnr lialr. In spite of the II ic.irmljli'd not mild John, "It's a "Nobody wild how the plclure would bo Ken Bald, "We JUKI had to draw one. Anyhow, time's uj) nnd I ctirwt I John tore up his nllompl and walked lo the door. "I'll get ho miiltorcd. "Just wee If I don'l." An hour Inter, GaralX'l and Ken were dancing together. Thorc wore soft light.1! In the ball mom and Iho nuuilo wii.'i Suddenly Caraljol Beemed lo sllffon she dn need. whispered In horri- fied loiicii. "My Ken on Ihn floor buhliul her. he asked. "I don't II." "Thai's Just Carabol said, "I've tot HI" Ken laughed, Trolly good Joko, Imagine a person losing her filmdowl" Then Ken stopped laughing, fur Ito icfillml that Carnbitl actually had lost It. Jlcr shadow was gono, IJko the vamplrca of slorles. Uy ANNE ADAMS Your "liny timer" will to princess In thlfl party fiock! I'liUuin may nlwo bo marie wlfch puff sleeves, I'etor I'nn collar. A useful, adorable cape inoludod. 1'atern 40011 comes In filws 2, 4, (I, 8. Slue 0 frock 1% yds, M In.; capo 1 'Xi yds, SO In. fiorul 20 ccnlfl to Tho TiCthbrhtap Herald. Pattern for each nal- lern. Two weeks' lime should bo allowed for pattern lo reach you. TJwi Thin Coupon. Pflnl Your Name and Addiwi I'lalnly, of living. 'Hide aro traffic regulations for machine.') and health rules for our bodies. Thiii'u aio rights set up for lho molorti.t, nnd fen lho Individual: there are nlMi privileges nrantad bolh lho Individual nnd lho motor- ist, Then- are slop signs which warn us of dnngcr or Unit wo aro Infring- ing on tin1 rights of others, and theie arc go signs which awe tho right to (.top on lho ens and go ahead. All of thi'.'io we need to lonrn If tiro to f.wt.'ccd In oil tier driving or llvlni; and the extent, to which nuu.lcr tlic.se laws, undersland Ihelr application to the Job, means the difference between success and failure, who I her we nro driving our ear or living our everyday llfo, The boys and girls who know those things and do them arc the who (jo '11 Js up to you. POSERS HOTANY Tho following questions arc about flowers nnd plants, Somo of Ihetu may be of the uncommon variety, (live a good Iry flrsl anyhow. Cor- rect niviwcn. will bo found else- where on this page. 1, This planl wnuld bo handy for a nilny day. vinnmrrlcd men aro always losing them. 3, A tanner ought to have ft bouquet of Iheso In his homo, I. This vine Is not called Frenchman's Ulgnrcllo, n. This plant should bo grown especially dlrly youngsters. (I, Clilncsc ('owns aro often em- broidered wllh this. V. Von could keep warm wllh flower all rliitil, II, Why not plant this around ft lion coop, "A blue------framed lho pretty IthTfl gulden Supply tho mlwilng woi'd. 10. viiml Yuml Thin should bo good chewing. To: The l.ctlihrktce Herald, Aim, 1'nttcrn 1M1H. Answer To Puzzle Niinin T-vf-% A BROADCAST WKKKLV UKVIEW OF MEN A c OKISKTINGS ON Sociability is one ol the laclors which ndd to what arc called Uio lunonillud life. 'Jhis soclablilly !s best evidenced In lho tu'eollnus one linllvlclUHl Blveh llio other when mooting OH Iho sliccls, pardculurly In small communities tw dlsUnclivc from largo ciUcs, where are more or le.ss .strangers to each other JUKI intent on their pniliculnr pur- culls. There IK such a thing as. being lost In a crowd, and (.his is never moro palpable than In the .streets of largo and cities. Greetings on the su'oet nro char- RCterlslic of individuals. Each in- dividual has Ms or her own way of greeting, Thoro l.s the breezy way ol greeting, shown by the individual who on meeting you says. "And how aio you There is the oas- ual nod. with a dignified Ilow'd ye .short for "How do you do." though Uio stale of your health (uillo a remote consideration lo lho person who so greets you, A moro sincere foun of grcoUng in this fashion Is "How arc you It all depends on the .stnlo of in- tlmancy between lho individuals Who meet one another. Thcr, again, Is Uie stereotyped "Good morning" or "Good niter- noon" or "Good depending on tho time of tho day in which Biectlngs aro exchanged. The weather furnishes nn invariable fonn of greeting, such ns "It's n great U H happens to be a day of glorious .smibliluo, or "Isn t this awlul if it happens to bfl cold nnd chilly at a time when warm and blight days lU'c to be ex- pected. Then there is tho greeting of children, which is a sincere and happy form of greeting, coming from the heart of a friendly and carelrco chl.d, who ieeln Inirt if you don't say 'UIcllo" in rolurn, Yea, (U'ccllnus on the .slrect uo a way to add to tho amonltlcs of life. Have you over thought ol this? and if so what your parllcular form of eroding is? These (jicolhigs on tho tlrcel can well bo Mild to bo thai touch of nature which makes tho wholo world 11 could bo jniulr a (fcnoral practice, oven If the people who mod on the h tree I hap- pen to be Klraniiors to one another. V X X WHAT OONS'l'M'UTKB A 1 am led lo asking this question on reading that a man in Uie United StatoH left in his will to bo given to tho best dcllnllloi> of n.s ho was not, satisfied with the definition of a Joko In dictionary. Well Uila Is a large quoB- lion, for everyone his or her own Idea of a, Joko, There, arc Jokes and Jokes, atwl It's very dliftcult lo define exuctiy what is a joko, especially when It comes to a practical Joke, which often la tho spice of lllo lo homo Individuals, Bui wheJi It comes to a Joko, it can hardly bo called a Joke when it Is hurtful, it all depends on the spirit in which lho Joke is made. Speaking ol jokes, Uioro lu a Ricat deal when It comoK to human charnclerlhtlcs in the saying about nn individual that ho cannot take a Joke. There havo been Jokes which havo rocked lho world wllh laugh- ter and havo nddcd to what it called tho "gaiety of nations" am' many men havo made their nainci fninoiu n.s Jokers, Tho lalo Ilob lid wards, a name well known In Albprta, and lor tin niutUir of that else where In Oanadi was very lond ol a Joke, though Bomellmos carried it too far, Homo of you may havo road "Johnny by Uobert Card, nn o.iHor- talnini; book in HH locu) nairaWvc in which Uob hldwiirds figures ii Uie relnllon of a practical Joko. What IB related In "Johnny Ohln- klck oul of if I may use Uie A.s Bob Edwards, who got a "great vernacular, related thu happening In lho bubsoqutnl "Kyc opener" quoted in "Johnny the ho called tho sales- man) hastily .slopped the machine and .stnrted anolhcr record, Bui Uio minislcr stopped him. "The resignation of Uio gramophone choir is hc said, "Lei us The incident, naturally, caused groat indignation in High Elver, wllh suspicion centering on Bob Edwards as having a hand In it. It meant the end oi' the j-ojourn of Boli Edwards in High River and the publication of tho Eye Opener theic, transferred Inter with Hob Edwards lo Calgary. I mention this Incident showing what sonic people con.sldcr a joko Is carrying it loo far and in very bad If this sort of tiling is considered u Joke, then it Is very evident that a joke requires a defi- nition other than mat some people think It menus, A MINISTHIl WHO LOVKB DANCING To prevent nny misconception, let mo .say thai, by "minister" I refer lo a member of tho Cabinet, In this cose il Is iroiberl Morrison, a promi- nent figure In tho Labor Govern- ment now in office in London, Eng- land. It, Is said of Herbert Morrison in the book "Bevln nnd Co. by Patricia Srauss, tho wife of a Labor MP, that one would not guess .see- ing Herbert Morrihon hurrying tlirouish the coirldors of the of Commons, that he loves lo dance. IIt> Is not a spodnlly luxid il.inwr, but ho l.s nn enthuMn.slU; one, At Labor I'urty hoelnls he In- fnlleably, a bland smile on his face, hot and happy, ilnnelnu not only with Ills Bllm liltle wife but, with old women, young women, fat women, thin women. We doesn't no in for intricate steps or rhythm, says the nulhov of the but hc docc en- joy himself thoroughly. The dunce at which Ills smile is broadest and his one eye most happily is the Annual Reception at County Hall. County Hall is the homo of tlw London County Council, which is the Government of IiOndon in which Morrison Is, or was, a mem- ber. Morrison lost his right eye when he was three days old, and ever slncp, as Iho author of "Bevln and Co." humorously rein IPS, his out- look lins been lie not onlv wears glasses, ho holds his head on one .side to focus bolter with his one eye, which glvos him a rather Puck- ish appearance. Herbert Morrison Is an example of a man who lias made nood, mak- ing full use of the open lo him. A cockney, the son of n policeman nmt a hoiiFpmnld, ho lias gone far, as many n, man of humble birth has in Great, Britain. STAMP CORNER Lights Shadows ook" look place hs ttligli Klvor, I y wiy if you haven't lend the boolc, Hint it Is concerned well will may n salesman of gramophone wcouls lie ciunu to Uiu town with gruimv phone records, of choral muMc do iilgnod to tnko the place of cholri ill church hoi vices. Hob Kdwind wus, nt the lime, milling the "Ey Intlmnlely eonnccted will his luime, In High Klvor, and th visit of the bnleMnnn wn.'i nn opnor cU for n prncllcn Joko, X X X X A JOKE IN HAD TASTIS To cut a long story short, th salesman had two MilUsiises o records on hand, one hU lolly sncret nnd tho other oi' a mast dubioii nature. As thorn wns some dllficull about, a choir al the local Mclhodlh church, nn arrangement was eonr to with the wili-smnn to Iry out th sacred records nt, tho Himrtiiy nor vice. At tho hotel In which th salesman hlnyocl, tho previous Sat- urday lie got horribly soused at the liar and Bob Edwards look lho op- portunity of mixing records, pul- ling UM> dubious oner, Inlo tho sult- en.sn with Ihp sacred ones. innoconl of what had been done, the salesman wont to Iho church on Sunday wllh Uio sullcn.se con- taining wrml ho thought wore lho sacred music records. All High niver was at church U> hear the now "gramophone Tho preacher announced the number of the hymn, "Nearer My God lo Ui bo performed by the mechanical choir manipulated by lho salesman. Tho congregation looked forward expectantly. But Instead of lho hymn lho record blurted out wllh "Jiml because Miulo Them Goo-Goo Byes." FROM "THE TIME rilXJE" Wheat from the car; this Is grave food Indeed; Not sweet, not luseUjus, not for glutloiis Ihls. 'here's dire antiquity In gathering 1'his husky cylinder, In nibbing oul By palm on palm the wrinkled pearly grain, Ircnlhing away the chaff. t Is not hunger; it Is some desire Scl deeper in lho splilt, which is shared Among all kinds of men: this is U) taste Earth's yield: the Spartan answer lo men's labour; What goodness is. Here 10 the natural rite Observed before religion got it.s gods; Sons of lho earth partaking of tho sound And natural substance of maternal earth. Hero is tho sign each generation scolcs, The pin In Consent, sufficing: Wo may live If we will labour for It, or If others will; Love, U wo will not be greedy A mother's Jmtlce, which accords our claim Ils Justice also. Sober and dry. Enough. Frank Kcndon, In "The Time Piece." (Cambridge university Pro.ss: Tho Mncmlllnn Company) n.s reprinted from the New York Times. ODDS AND KNDR Now we'll Erect the May and the May queens. The April showers have been few so hero's hoping: the new month will do stuff. Tho higher our morals, the fewoi our quarrels, says a wise para- graphcr. Judith llobliiLsoii'B outspoken weekly, of Toronto, lifts c.cuwd publication, .luditlt IIIKOII, who wields n vlRitrous lien, put this from SomiTNH nn (lie miusUiond nf her papers "If n nation values anything more Uinn freedom It will Us freedom." To Hie HIllo fellow licliiR kle.ke.il aruiina M 'i Uoliliison w.ui it frlutul. That, SprliiR Is comet nd 1 renew my praising "Sod above. Now Ihey'iv spin-up girls. Lad; pilots for helicopters. THE CROCUS WiOOMS Tho crocus blooms, urn! Spring 1 there Tho crocus blues arc waving there On hills of brown, Like flags of faith That'lead their giccn bnltallons O'er the vales. Their furry coal.s am loft behind But Mother Nature does not mind Because who smiles Inlo their cups And helps thorn dance excitedly Up tho trails. With closed eyes I sec them now; With longing heart to lw Uiei now; To slop a white And pluck their stalks; hike drowning hands ngrnsplng Life and love, Ah, dear sight of hope there To drive away dull Winter's care, And tell with W.M.B. EMILY DICKINSON ADVISES HUH monitAPIUHtS the national parks In the country nppcnred In 1038, nnst n, wt to the Albert Memoitul Ijeojxjldville svius Lssued in 1041, New plitoiiolii showing nnlives, aiiimnl.s iuul oil jjaim ti-et, were Issued in 19'lii, and ai'c cuirently In use. glun Congo lias is-sued 1 with suttax for various ehaiHIes, since J01U when current hUsnjv. were ovei printed with .surtax lor Red Cross. A long plctoilal .sot .showing work among tho ua'ives was Issued in 19SO, and in 193C a child welfare memorial was Issued .showing native children with Queen Astrfd who hod been killed In an auto- mobile accident. A .sel of animal .slamps was Issued in 1939 with sur- tnx for the xoo. In 1942 a wt wiu, Issued with surljvx to nid the Belgian govcrnmcnt-lti-cxlle fitlht the Ocrmans, Airmail Mnnms which "featured airplanes over the counuy and native ccf-ncry, have been issued .since New Issues colonial peace l.sMie.-> wo to feature the parliament buildings at London with the Hlver Tliamcs, with of King Geoige VI Stong Kong Is to havo a two value peace issue wllh dates 1011-1945 KU Vincent is to ftdd new pictorial values to the current India has iRhiied two moic values lo its Peace IW.IK United States on Juiu- 1 to a 6lamp marking 160lh nnniver.'Ary of Tennessee Joining the union Hungary has Issued a new .stamp showing a post- lider blotting a horn Swlwer- land on May 1 is issuing a (.tamp for Aviation Day, showing n in flight .Spain Is to issue to mark a century since Die death of pointer Ooya Portiigal hoa ibsued now stamixs allowing a at Jjlsboiv. boy could si'v down nnd recent l.ssue cnrrlcrt a plcnfclng trlb- ulo to thut cntlHU-lohtlc Kiwanlun, Pnsl Inlernntiona to- tee "Dave" l-aUjn. 'Hie Ifl-lbxilo came from Col, Pen cock of New II. Him., o. rWBe, Alberta, Is n prom ne t wesU-rn Canada Klwanlan. HP hu, pontrlbutcxl imieh to Klwanls liter- itu it mv favorite verses from VI the In nit onil pen written under IlUe of "What is nrc sit nt n lunrti. And sip nnd sup with a lively Andmirtng a mng and chnt n while, And crock your fneo with n cnre- 1CfB 'THAT'S NOT KIWANISI Not merely the eln.sj) of ft fellows OrmiuuRhlnR or eheeilmj to beat H Joko howe'er well button in purple Uie cultural and educntloiml chiefs >f the mlllUry Bovernment, n Beilln, wns honifird when hc id of the Ine.ldent nnd the iftft- ue Is now bciiiK repaired tho jroken pieces were found. Shakesprnie, however, may have iad even moro harrowing ex- with n group of American GI's who, mioidlnB to nn outraged ricrmun countiis, placed ix swcl iclmet on Ills noggin nnd then turns .shooting it off, Their narksmnnMilp was eitlier perfect, or Ixio poor to mention because the statue sustained no vlsiblt scratches. DANGEKOITS DINGO Tlic dlnrco or wild dog Is onp of lie few animals in Australia. One tllnijo has been uiown to dc.stroy 100 sheep in one light, NorUwearhm lilmself, said, yes, he that. And he walked look hold of Ihe rope. .Somebody prodded lho cnlf, He get up, turned immml and aimed al tin: priMdent. There was a second's nicbar- rasiod .silence, fleciet service unskilled In the art of pi'olecllng pre.sldents from calves, looked frustrated, Mr. Truman looked mildly bUrprU-ed, mildly amused. Again tried to save the situation, lie began to talk about Die nnlf's antecedents, particularly Ills grandma. Heems the old lady wa.s a champion, and mooed them down in lho belter cowy fcoclal circles. Hero It came out why a calf should bo visiting Mr, Truman. He had cniight a plane and had come nil Ihls way to Invite Ihe president lo attend the Birmingham (Aln.) rodeo and stock show. 1'Mllnr said Mr. Truman could have Uie calf, In spite of the nice pasture (the only time tho calf looked even remotely happy wns after sampling some White House clover) Mr. Trumnn said he would give tho animal to Ihe emergency famine commttleo, Tho president tossed the cnlf R final, cheerful beam. The- calf glowered back. Tho Intfi'ucw wa.s over, NOT stands lor the KIWAN1S The heafl lo feel and the will to The'hnnd to woik and the brain for 1-vllow- nilAI, KIWANISI" Our piivlleiu', Our Beivlee--Our }f we iiro wllllim to pay the price, wo will enjoy the privilege ol ren- dering svrvlce that counts, lose .slKht of I his- havo caused one tear the "PAVI'V 1CI.TON The organ of the Kl- clubs of New York City, in Never "If you Down sorrow's checks to How; H you have eiuuset1. one smile the moro On any face to glow; Then irlend, you have not lived in vain." SHAKKSI'KAKK STATUK There have been some Incidental casualties in Germany's Weimar Ineluding the eelebrnlt'd marble statue of William Shakespeare which appears to have been the victim of oeoupnllon rather tnim combat. The bard lost Tirol M left foot nnd Inter n section ol iw left IOIT. No one can furnish tin details of the neciclent, but n num- ber of empty bottles were found nt the bn.se of the .statue, one morn- ing nnd it was surmised that somi, ttusslnn soldiers had been a Mill loo strenuous in loustlni? tho poet Prof, P. W, Zolothukin, one of Shielded Officers" Defence Comihcl of the Mlehfleld prison trlnl In England, ac- cuses Mnj.-C.en, John T. Lewis, A1JOVR, of having "railroaded en- listed men" In order to save of- ficers from penalties In the current cowl-martial proceedings against those charged wllh cruelty to Am- erican prlhoneis .quartered at Lltch- ficld compound in tho winter of 1044-4B, Lewis European western tone comnmndcr. IN FW SPA PERI NEWSPAPER! ;