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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, MAY 11, 194G FOR BOYS AND GIRLS OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA CAMBfl'S SHADOW CAR WHAT HAS HA1WBNKD Ken Leeward and John Poptor, to determine whloh shall take Cftrabel Listing to a danco, hold a contest between themselves. Each- ii to draw a plctuto of Cftrabol ami the ono who makes tho moat perfect wins, Kon wins by tracing Carabel's stlhoitotto (torn hor thadow on tho wall. Ho eyes, ears and hair, and tho likeness to When Kon and Cancel An at tho dance, Oarabcl suddenly notices she casts no shadow, like vampires of ghost stories. Mean- John goes to Popklns' soda porlor and a Klrl who looks co much llko Caiabol ho is Ciu-abcl, and hor narno ftctti- ally is Carabol, Ho brings her to the dance, where they uro separated, inter John runs into Kon and Cnra- tK'l Listing. Oaraboi has Just dis- covered that her shadow has re- turned and John Ken got to- gether, discussing the strange oc- currence, And figure out that Ken, like the Greek sculptor Pygmalion, has traced such an. Absolute like- ness o( Carabol from her shadow that gave the shadow life. INSTAU-Ml'.NT III Ken was glad of and Carabel -were not vampires. But there was still A question to be Ken had lirought Carabcl and John had brought her shadow to the dance, so It would be neces- sary for both to cacort Carabtl ana her shadow home, While debating how this could fco done, tho two youm? men drifted Into ballroom in search of bcl. They found her waiting Im- patiently. She cnrno directly tho two and addressed .John, "For A moment I thought you stood mo up, llko Joe did I" she nald. half angrily. "Where have you "Who's Joe, Cfvrabelt" Kon ask- ed. Cnrabol turned and measured Ken with ft (ilanco. "I don't think I've had the plea- said. "Huh? You mean you don't know wo? I brought you to tlio dnncel" "You did not I I cnmo with Iho horrible truth dawned In Ken's mind. This was not Cnra- bcl, but Carftbol's shadow. Now Attractive Hot For Gifts To make an attractive hot pad you will need 12 milk bottle ciinii. With a sharp knlfo remove ft clvclo from tho centre of each, leaving a border about u quarter of an inch wide. Out quarter-Inch wide strips of coloiod cropc paper, cutting across the grain so it will pull, Those can bo all one color, or different colors for a rainbow Ohio ono end to tho edfjo of tho cap and wind tho strip over and over until the cap Is completely covered, When you have them all covered, fusion them together in rows of three with n band ol conlnifltlnff cropo paper. A coat of varnish will make this n durable hot pad, Another Idea urn discarded jar rubbers and left-over odds and onds of wool. Crochet around each ring, keeping the slllehes ns close together possible. When all tho rings aro completed sow three by side for the center of tho pad. then add two on either sldo of thwic, nnd n "single ono on each end. If you cannot crochet, wind these with cropo paper as you did the bottle caps. For n set of three pndH, mnko two more, uslnn four circles for May 5 Bobby Clclus New Dayton Totsuro Iwnsa, Haymond Irene tStodman, liow Island Alvmcr linker, Nobloford ftlsty t Mlchnel J. 8, Drobot, 8 Tommy Dowdoll, HoniUcl CHindeiaon, Mriclowl I'ranclno aiuvron Hussoll, Ken explained, "we have every to beltove that a living that he looked at her he noticed he liked Carabol hwwM. OarabeVi. .dnwlor, 1'lcturo Wiloon K, I'hllllpM, How Island May 9 Kiiyla 1'ark, Bmllo Cornoy, Frank JMuy 10 Klcth Downing, Macleod Ikirhnrn 'Tuiip Bixmoor, Coutts that she wtu> not Gambol. There was something slightly dif- ferent about her eyes nnd her Tho won (ho same, but it was fastened differently, aianclritf John, Ken SAW that John rcnliwKl too that tills not the Cnrabel they had Just left, Ken followed John's glance to the floor nnd saw, wllh horror, that she cast no jhadowl "I.el'8 Into tho refreshment room, John mild. "This la Kon Leeward. Ho and I want to have ft long talk with you." Cnrabel shrugged. Her manner- Isms wore dlfferont from Ournbol, but hor features wcru almost the same, "f'cl wo can straighten out some of this double- slio snld. Tho fresh kid who had served Kon nnd Carabel a- few minutes before cnmo up to tho booth when Cross Word Puzzle shadow, or Carabel Souvenir ns she called herself, was not quite pretty, possibly because Ken had not drawn her eyes an beautifully Cambers eyes really were, but flho had a great deal moro fun In hoc makeup. At times Carabol List- ing wits a little, up on herself, bul these tilings can bo overlooked If they nro not too pronounced nnd If a girl is pretty "Now won't you please toll me tho answer to this Onrnbel'a ,'hndow asked. "It would Mound awfully to you, evon though you're u part of Ken said. "I'lenso tell won't Jatyih Cambers shadow negffcd. "Woll. (i friend or ouwi lost her shadow tonight and wo think you're the Kon explained. Tho reaction came slowly. At Oarabol couldn't tjriwp what had been Biiid. Thou her expres- sion became, niniLscd and finally nhc MOT WkD Of MILK BOTtUS CAPS WOUUO VJITH CRftPt PAPftW. HOT PAD OAR, RIWQS CKOCMBTED IM WOOU j.nvi n i> i Hloken. Utiymond Thomas, Warner fcjylva Sherdan, Magrath Janice Uiiohnn, Champion John Hnndolph Mickey, Haymond U Kenny Dunmrd Gray, Picture nulto .....'U'l.'" Kennelli Guy, Picture, Butte 7 11 a 12 11 U 0 12 lit 12 (I 10 in a 10 10 cimmol K design In the cen ter, around tlw edge, or both, vnrnlHh It. John, Kun and were seated. Caralxil's shadow "Youse must ho said. "Or maybe youM> don't like tho They ordered chocolate nodwi thlfl lime, since Kon hnd given up the Idea that had turned vam- pire and should ltd. drink something AOUOSS I. Ocean-going 0, Konly, (i. llobiew letter, Si, Animal. 10, Unit of electricity, 12, Yellow buglo (ilnnt, 11 liibllanl high ID, Parted. IB, AJtltiulo IV. 18. Compass jioliit. 10. Throe-toed nloth.'i. 21, iMmlmillvo of l-klear. 22. Kcducod In rank. 25. Coal digger. 1IOWN 1, KKlflt, 2, oirl'a name. 3, Allot. 4, 1'odal digit. 6, Kymbol for tin, C. Caroused. 'I. Removed. Nntlve of Pisa, II. Took tho part of. 13. KultublG. 14. Greek letter. 10. Friend SO. finlnlo 23. ModMiro of typo, 24. ftymbcl for eimmn, Ken Mid, "your narno It) Onrnhol. What's your last "Why, It's she replied rtsltftntly. "But why the third de- "fkimcthlng strange happen- ed tonight and wo want to got It straightened John wild. "You Ken supplemented, "wo have uvory reason to believe thnt you aro not a living being, but ft A look of Incredulity pawiod ovor tho face of Uio girl. U chnngnd suddenly to one of umiiiemciit. I'ln- ally hurst out laughing. Is tho lino I've ovor iiho raid. "1'lenso KO on I" hln lii In the Interest of John snld (.oborly, "f-lomulhltiK like tlil.1 hasn't happened for about ZfiOO ytui'fi- -not Mneo I'yymnllori curved (laicten out of marble. We've got to gel, to thn bottom ol It and tiKhing won't help." "Aro you nlwnvfl thU nsked, Klggllnis. "I've never had a bettor time In my life I" "Wlioru do you live? 1X> you hnvo a fftther and Kon inciulr- "f live ovor ou the Knst Hide nnd .of rourflfl f huvo wiienkil" C'niu- i.lmdow refilled, Ken clniiecd nt John, who nodded Oarabcl lived on tho Kn.'il Mldo arid hnd paicnt.'i, loo, ttio fiamo have any moaning to .lolm wtkcd. Cainbd's sliadnw, fttlll KlgKlliiK, fthook lior head. "Maybo I've hoard It, maylxi t haven't, it'x n funny name, hut not much funnier than ttouvontr, 1 Kon was beginning to llko Cam- bers fihfidow sornowhnl belter than burst out.......------ excuse she said, when stopped laughing, "I wasn't Iniighlng at you, but It'ti funny I Two grown men nl- moflt grown anyway looking for a girl's shadow! After nil, shadow to pretty useless. I guess your friend can do without one till sho gets another." "It's not so funny when you look at it from her John ex- plained, "How would you feel if you didn't have a shadow and peo- ple were always mistaking you for a vampire nnd trying to drive through your "NnlxKly believes In Cnrabol nukl, glancing to the wall bcKldo tho booth nnd waving hor hand ut hor own shadow. Sho made a swim's head wllh her flnguni, 'Terminally I think thin whole thing Is ft lot of stew nticiul nothing, let's out and dnncol" Kon i edited there wium't any- thing moro (o bo done along tlil.'i Hoe nt present, Jle dinted to got up, when John checked him, "Aflcr John flnld, "I luivn a date wllh Onrnbol'H shadow, You have a date with "This Kun flnld. cants a nlwdow. A shadow couldn't citflt a shadow." "You'll both dnneo with fluid Carabol. "llccaiiso me und my shadow nro going to til Ink Bin; nl Kon. "I'll dunce with you first, On tho dance (loin, Ken found that Cmubel wnti u different kind of clnncor than u.'iiiully wits, tlito was n Jekyll nnd Mr, Ilydo sort of thing-nl ono tlmu the chndow purnonullly wnn on top, whllo nl, othor Union It In the middle unit one on each etui. And here's still another Miiigon" lion; Cut out thu crown of n .itlff- brlmmcd man's lint Is iK'st Story-Book Style I Want to be a "Happy Heralder" the roul Ciinibt'l, Aro you really Iho (ihndow or Name I Address City or Town "Birthday date Aft Birthday.................. I I 1 WIIA 4LWATH Mt KINV TO ANIMAI4I" I Ken miked, "Which do you llko Ix-st, returned, "I (if think I Ilka you, whichever you he flnld. "llul If you'ro thn real Cnrnhnl, then It's thnt limi a date with you." 'There's John, duiusluK with soineoito Carabol nodded her head at H coitplo ncrofW tho room, fviuhlenly Onrnbol stopiicd dnncliiff. Her mouth flow open In n gasp, Hor faoo frow) in lour. ho In dancing with mo I" tine mild In an nwod tone. Hhe looked down at her feet, "And don't a shadow I" (Tn Iki C'oiilliiued) 731tt by Aliro lovely embroidery nddn bounty, rlchncMA to Uil.'i dirndl for tlie lots. You'll enjoy mnklng It, and they'll lovn woaniiK it, Slart now I Quick fitllohory ulmplo fievvlngl Patlorn laid him transfer or VKIKNDHHirS ARK UU1 you ever slop to think why Jiminlt) luui HO many friends? Or wonder how come Mabol Is always being Invited to Join for nfter-HChoul activities? if you wnlBli, you'll soo that they are Just iwlitrnlly frlondly. They don't wait for this otlior fellow to make the first move toward make it thnmsolvcs. And they show by tholr nctloiitt as well iw their wordH thnt they nro Kind to be .frlcndw wllh people, is ono of your mast Important pofwofi- sloivu. But h. to bo appreciated, valued lor Ha own Bake, and It has to bo earned by giving your rtiendflhlp freely und gladly, All through life you will bo mnklnit contacts with people and If you learn now to mnko Ihom frlundly oneii, you will be a long way on Uie road to a happy and successful lime, I'VlumlH nro essential to our busl- life u.'i woli aa our, own social life, tuid the man who makes fi'lowM with people, Hit) woman who "has way wllh her" In meolJiig and deal- ing with (ilhoni, nro going to piny vllnt purl Hi the nonce and security of OKI' nation. It takes friendship between nntloim to keep ponce tween Ihom, Just (us it tnkeH friendll- maw bolween you and your mntes to keep your school Ufo running smoothly. Tho best time to leiirn to bo n friend IH now, whllo you nro growing habit will grow with you, yOBIOKS "Mnry, Mnry tiulto contrary, how your itnrdon momber thin old favorite? The unsworn Io the following all Atari with "Mary." Can you supply I heir full names? Answers nro (ilacwhoiu on thlH wigo. 1, A former mot Ion picture nolrctis known im "Amorlca'B Sweothenrt. a, Him IK a proflonl-duy author of clever myjilcry slorlcn? 3, What American oduoator jkmmiod Mt, llolyoke College? t. Thin woman nerved Iho nbovo college lor yours M Ita president. Who wnii tho KiiKllih novelist who u.Hijd "CUiorgo Kllol" us n itnmo? orKniilKiul tho Chrmlliio Oclenllnl A.ffmelatlon? V. Cllvo tho namo of Comedian Jnok JJenny's wife, (1. Who fliiiiK In tho moving pic- ture, "Happy Oo 0, IIOATH not hor liuit nnmo. You'll hnvo Io unscramble It, 10. The lusl nnino of thlfl once popular (iiiorntlo soprano romliuw one of flowoni. up. The pntlein In sixes ii, 4, 0. Slutu doftlrvd, I'OHCR ANKWMKH 1, Mnry ['loktord. Mary Itob- oi'l.s Ublniilmi't, 3, Mnry Lyon, 4, Mary 5. Mary Ann livnns. (I. Mary flnker A'ddy. 7. Mary Inpton. H, Mnry Martin, Mary Astor. 10. Mary Oardon, Send 20 conut io the Ixithbi'lelgu Uornld, I'nttorn for each pat- tern. Two wcokn' time nluiulu IMI allowed for pattern Io roauh ynti. Uuo ThlH Coupon. Print Your Name nnd Addreim Plainly, Answer To Puzzle To; rrtlilirltlKn Herald, I'Httern l.ctlilirlilf.o, I'atlern ViUB. Address BROADCAST HUMMER HAS ARRIVED With tho coming of the month of Mny, summer can bo fcntd to haver arrived, So Jar In this part of the coast where I have made my homo this has proved to bo true, A weeping April May has After with of her la an Old Country saying. "Till Mny U out ne'er caat a That would be Impossible In tho present May wcalherr with duo respect to old sayings. The children nro gambolling in balhlng sutto und Inking to tho wator, while tho dogs are hanging out their tongues lu tho Maylimo heat. The fruit trees in tho Burden are laden with bloisom, the rosra mo In bud, nnd tho bluebells arc making their prewmoo known. This is the Mny- litno picture in Doon Cove. I mention these things to show thud however plowing the prospect, when It comes to what I ho season brings us, there Is always tho> dis- gruntled, I mot n man who lam- ented tho of tho rain, us lio felt much better when it rain- ed, So there you nro, eslabmhlni1, the truth that you on n't plonso when it comes to everyone, oven tho weather, A SETBACK TO THE SfREAl) OP COMMUNISM OF MEN AND MATXKHS W. A. R, C, rhen ho looked straight nt tho man who hnd flung tlio mutf, And all 10 snld wns: "Your man, I The incident ended in a few min- itcs and nil wns subsequently well, -It would bo quite a speculation ,o know what would have happened otherwise In tho disgruntled state ,ho men wore in, Impatient as thoy wore to get Into action and fed up with tho routine of preparation, im- perative and necessary ns it was for lilting them for what thoy later went through so brilliantly, Yes, tho art or Keeping cool in what with many would be' exasper- go as n this to long ninny ating way, We can apply things In, Hie where kaoulnK has been n potent factor in saving a situation from what it might hnvo resulted In wore a mun to loso his balunce nnd go into tantrums. Unfortunately, many men have not this knnclc. Many a rift In the relations between men have been caused by this want, of balance, This Is only too evident in the minor things of life, as most of us may bo pninfully aware, Such, for infitnnoe, in what sometimes takes place In a KB me of bridge or poker, with men losing llvelr heads when tho cards go against or if, an they as in bridge, thcli parlnerfi do tho wrong thing, With i men of this disposition many Communism, which wo cannot friendship has been lost al the ounl flnd many a gftim) but have noted, is spreading Europe, has received a ftetbnok in roveaicd In tlioTci'efcridum held In Franco over tho establishment of a single chamber, .sponsored by tho which whom tho So- cialist Joined hands, In the Pro- visional Assembly In France, In which Communists ana Socialists iircdominatcd, While communism has been making headway In Europe It lias fulled to make any headway in Croat Britain, I mention this be- caune tlwre ta a tendency In wane quartern to regard tho Lnbor gov- ernment now in power in Great Britain iw being more or less Com- munist In nature. This Is far from tho truth, Tho Communists oxpcol, to find n oliiss-conseious, dwply dissatis- fied, potontlnlly revolutionary pro- letariat on tho one aido, and a rapacious, proflt-aeoklnij, selfish, Imperialistic, proper! tod ownlng- on tho oilier, Both Hitler and the Communists conceive of society In terms of black nnd white, and they are endlessly nnd hopor- lessly perplexed nnu bewildered when thoy find these Mmplo nnd puro outlines split up inlo n kal- eidoscope ot multicolor In Britain. Tlio hnlf-tonoH and scml-tonoa and subdued colorB of the British woclnl landscape make the puro tones of Communism nnd appear garish and bizarre. When a Com- munlwl uddrcjws a meeting of Krltlsh work-people und uses ouoh nhrnsofi as "mlcrnnllonnl jirolotnrl- tlie audience do not Idcntliy thomoolven with thnt phrase? Klnoh man in the audience feds that "tlio down-trodden mnHflcs" may Inoliido nil tho others, but he Is not, purl of mass, he n person, He hna hlw worrlon and nnd ho In n member of tho Labor Movement, which one dny will succeed In re- moving tho worst of his troubles by legal notion. Bui he Is In no mood for Intornnllonnl revolution. Tho nbovo paragraph are tho words from n book by n woman of Komo prominence In tho I-abor I'nrly, nnd whose husband n spoiled, Great Is the vlrluo of things quietly and serenely, nm keeping one's balance however ex- asperating, n.s It may happen to be viewed, particular circumstances may be. A BOTTLE OP 1JRANDV N KVIJllY 1SKDUOOM When one Is fond of reading nnd ins ample time for this relaxation, ic comcfi across what appears to bo out of tho common. This ex- )lnlns the heading of this pnra- irnph, "A Bottle of Brandy in Somerset Maugham In his latest book, "Strictly tells of what he cnlte n droll adventure., with which he was much impressed. He wfts driving round Iho country somewhere In l-Vnucc with a woman who had been doing a great deal to alleviate the lot, of the unfor- tuiintc refugees. It wns getting Intlsh nnd no remarked that ho must think about Retting a room In hotel for tho night, "You needn't bother about said his companion, "I have fiome dis- tant cousins in this part of tho country who'll be glad to put you Ho went to the address Klve.n, After dinner his hast nsltert him if he found a bottle of brandy In his bedroom, saying he always kept a hot lie of brandy in every bedroom. Mniifihnm replied that ho hadn't looked, thinking nt the same time that this wna a strange notion, When dinner, in which clnrol wns served, wns finished, tho butler brought some largo glasses and nn Immense bottle of brnndy, Having done very well with tho claret nnd being among strangers, Maugham thought it wise not to take any moix) alcohol, so refused the brandy when It wns offered him. "Whntl1' cried hln host, "have you come to spend tho night In tno house of Mnrtoll nnd you refuse n glass of Somerset Maugham had been dining unawares In tho house of the greatest brnndy merchant In tho world, who told him thnt tho brnndy he served his guests isn't on tho market but kept for awn special conMimntion. STAMP CORNER Lights Shadows By THAT THEY MIGHT MVE 1 roily wood when Howard Lindsay Short ilnj'N tlio Wuve KiiPodlnff cross tlif Sueowdotl now by bladtw of wheat To frxul huiuunUy, Tho vIotlniH of n war mad world, Of food, of brciul now Hhorn A tragic elinllcnge to (Ho men Who Unfit on food to rat Hint torn Labor M.l1 parllanipnt, In the pri-Bcnl THK ART OT' (JOOI- When T spenk of the art of keep- ing uin not having in mind anything nonneiilud with hot wea- ther, bul, to what IH known keep- ing your houd In olrcuiimtunec's ncoesHllathiK cool action, Taking IhlniiH coolly mourn n denl In Kavliiff n ftltunUon, n.t it enlled, which olherwlM) wouhl bo last. Many of us enu no doubt recall instances whcio cool-headneM proved IU virtue, An outstanding Inblanco of c.ool- hoadnpss Is a story related of adlnr Oliiirle.'t M, Orury, ol Mont- real, It back to the days when HID dnnndlanx wero, so to speak, kiclilng their heels In 15rl- taln, Impnllont lor notion, bored with ovcr-lrninlnir and' dummy op- erations, nnxlmui io got on with 1ho Invafilon ol I'Suropo, tired with the routine of unmp Ilia In preparation for D-Day. the story goes, muttering among I he troojvi In a oertnln Oa- iindlau onmp In DriUiln grew artla- ulate, nnd sonutthlng In the naluru of a little rebellion threatettcd. Hero Is wlioro BHKrullor played' a notable pni't In waving what at tho tlnin an neule sit- uation, He addressed tho men, who In the mood they were In were not, Inclined to listen, though ho talked sense and wan neither excit- ed nor angry over the altitude of tho men ho addressed, .One of them hurled a heavy mug at Brig- adier Dniry, wllh an aim and strength which would hnvo foiled tlio officer 1C It happened to have lilt him, Seeing tho, ml.ssllo com- ing (ho had played ball on many A field) Orury caught it and hold It carelessly whllo, us the man who tella tlio story and was present on tho occasion, ho got in some homo truths in the momentary lull whloh followed the flinging of the mug. He got a laugh here Mud there. olnrlon rtitffs Not spoken by men of ewrth, Uul He of Cnlveryl Hclfiii KlnilNtll Orfilll. (1'Ycmi OuUlniKt Trllnmn) (Uy rROIMJCING In nttemptlng to brlnpr the un- wieldy of King the Hinge, the Shnkespcare So- ciety of Montreal, which Is pro- ducing the tragedy, is faced with tho problems presented by many swift scenes, varied locales, com- plicated notion and, above all. it.') demand of a heroic and primitive grandeur to match tho text and story Shnkpmiearo has created, says tJio Montreal Gazette, It is n task Immonsimibly moro difficult than that of sUiidnp the high comedy of Much Ado About Nothing, but In tho approach to thin new nnd monumental Job, there will bo found elements In common with last season's production of much ndo about nothing. All of Shakespeare's plays worn for a stage of simple me- chnnlwi, Thcro wns tho tho Inner stage, tho balcony above, the various entrances to each and the broad and simple properties. Klnco then the stiiRo has channel Its form violently, widened, height- ened, and flattened iUu-lf nnd taken refuge behind n proscenium and a diop curtain, Nevertheless, to discard the cent la) elements of the original nUuie for which they wero writ ion In to Invite nravo complications, The most fierloas of thoite arc Iho Bnorl- llnc ol on tho action ane chnrnotws and the loss in speed an flew of narrative, A series of slnn no muttur how Improsslve will not compensate for nny Intoi- nst or attnntion drawn from Iho mngnlfk'onco of the play itself. TO AN INQUIRING Would 1 pnas up riches ntid oiwt out of lavo a struijiillng young man? Why my dear, What n muvttlon to ask.of the girl o today I Shn'n n .smart one didn't yoi heru1? Would I pans up travelling In glam lands Tti sit by the hearth tlw yen through With a lover who, after we'd settle the Could afford but ft movie or two Would I up ponUioimcs, Jewel and mink, To live in ft Kinnll kitchenette With tho quite Imnoounlous man o my heart? You bet, my good woman, yo Ixive In 'llio ChlottRO Tribune. F1UM Tlioro wiws scant cotebrnUon Kcccnt now stamp Issues Include Kvlglan airmail (top showing latest type four-cnglncd transport, Argentina's stamps to General Sivn Martin (top and to Franklin Roosevelt or the Union" company will ot be shut down by tho conl .short- lie n.'i It, hna a ijcnornlor, nnd Crouso are at Holly- to Mipervlso the filmhiR of loir "IM? WUh WiUier" and Uioy re diking Uielr inik In lot, t.hey nro on Uie sot from lorn till night and eye every pro- notion dclnll molieulously. "Our ontrnct culls for complete super-, "BO wo thought t would bo KSB to Uie studio wo supervised while Uio picture nu being Tho writers manage to keep Uieir Jnllfornln, nighte busy too. When icy end their day at thu studio, hey work on tho Clarence Day BC- itel, ".Ufo With which ill reach Urondwuy next THK COUNTKV EDITOR Whllcomb lUley) O 1 snld to the Printer Man who cdll.H tho Weekly Swish, A rest will do you n lot of come to creek nnd fish." If you'll wait a while." imld the Printer Mnn, "I'll toddle along, I think; hit, I must write up some local dope nnd open a cnn of Ink, And cnny In coal for the stove, nnd mix up a lot ol pnslo; And elonn the Kiemm from Uic IiH! prewj with a bushel of cotton wnfito, And wt up nn ad for the nuctlon- oer, anil throw In n lot of type, And hunt up Uio plumber nnd have him floo what's clonitlntJ tho water pipe. to have a new set of stamps to rcpiaoo the wartime set which fea- tured Canada's part in Uio armed services and production of food and munitions for war. The now sot is to feature Canadian peacetime pro- duction nnd to continue the scenic stamps of pre-war years, Since 1928 Canada )IM issued many scenic stamps to acquaint Canadians as well as those outside Canada with tho beauties and pro- duce of the Dominion. The stamps have covered every section of the country, and arc pictorial only in the higher valuos, with portraits of King George V and George VI on Uie lower value stamps. Tho first of these pictorial sets featured Mount llurd In the Iloek- Ics, a harvesting scene on Uie prair- ies, Uio Parliament Uuildings at Ot- tawa, Quebec bridge across tho Lawrence River at Quebec City, and the Nova Scotia fishing whoonyr Bluenoso, A second series In 10M continued Uie pictorial representa- tion of Canada with a view of the chiiK'h at Grand Pro, citadel at Quebec City, the library of tho Parliament Buildings, n prnlrlo harvesting wcno, and Mount Kdllh Onvcll. In the 1035 series pictorials were Included of Nlngnrn Parlia- ment IJulldlnfis at Victoria, D.C., nnd the Chnm plain monument at bec. Tho. 1U3B sot f uiUurcd Uie Mem- orial Chamber nt the OtUwa llnmcnt Buildings, Halifax harbor, Vancouver harbor, Xort Garry gate at Winnipeg nnd Chateau de zny at Montreal, The 193D Visit set included n view of Canada's war memorial nt Ottawa, and tore at Port Arthur, Ont., an Ontario dairy farm .scene, and n. new plo- ,ure of the Ottawa ParMament BulldhiKs. Airmails have also Includ- ed Canadian fcocncs, thnt of IS38 showing air and water transport on MnokoiiKlo )-iver, and the cur- rent nirmall delivery btnmp showing mi airvicw of. Di-ummond- ville, Quo. Wmt sccnlcs are to bo shown on new .stnnuw hius not yet bcon offlciHlly announced, but in Uie past wry section of Canada will be represented. Canadian stamps can do much to advertise Canada's production and scenic beauties abroad, nnd Indirectly help tourist trade and of Canadian indus- trial and farm output. CMc'hoslovnkla. te to mru-k the first Now to Iswie n sot y of Uic liberation from German occupation. Turkey has issued ft stump showing Uie United States battleship Missouri, which brought back Turkey's ambassador who dtod In Uie United States re- cently, and wnb also the fchip on which the Japanese signed their surrender toniw. Russia has suod plctmial Mamns for use in German-occupied areas wR" scenes of reconstruction, Colombia has issued u set for patroit .soldier de hucro on the 100th anniver- Cuba has is- Newspapernmn sary of his donlh. sued n htnmi) to Manuol StorllnB who died In 1034. Salvador Is to Issue ft set to mark birthday of capital city Sau Salvador, HollvJa Is to LS.SUC a iitnmp fonlurlng Ite nntionul hymn. And call on the him the Buy Canadian stamps as A nro easy to read and oonix'micnUy easy to place and group. Some hobbyists begin their collodion by buying new issues of stamps they appear at tlio post office. enn also be purcJinsed in pnckcta ranging anywhere, from la conU up. Many collectors buy one packet n wool-. Otheis who cannot afford oven a small weekly outlay beg old envelopes from friends. UoulnnM'R be carc- 1 ful how thoy extract slumps from envelopes canceled Is "to" son k the oitlie envelope in walor until it thor- oughly saturated. Turn tho enve- lope uivildo down on several thlck- nosstM of U) dry out. doctor nnd have on my head, For f hiid li, punched bul an hour "F-0 i, lor Mimelhliig the paper snld." "I I Mild to Uio 1'rlnler Man, I wait till your chore fnllit, The minnows that frolio along tlw creek will bo no liuno as whales." How To Begin Stamp Collecting You do NOT slnrt a Blnmp col- lection with a pot of paste nnd a 10-cunt book entitled "BUunp Al- Oiieh n book never room for oven an ordinary stamp collection. I'nisew cannot be taken out or added. What Is more, the covers on u ehenp book are worn before It has properly begun tibofulncsH. As lor Iho pnslfl keep It nwny from the stamp col- lection. A pwitcd stamp is a worlhlcsa slump. To start a stnmp col'lecllnff hobby properly, buy a miff- bnokod loose-loaf ulmun, which Bella for around Slnmiw will Uien come oif easily without wrinkling or Injury. Gummed hinges Miould be unod In nfflxlnir stamps in tho album. hinges can bo bought in celophnno cnvchipos, most stoics soiling them at IB cents per thous- and, The liliiRO i.s folded n quar- ter of nn inch from the top ot the stamp, Uie remaining throc-qunr- tcrs of an Inch bcimi affixed to tlie nlbum. If the Mnmp is U) bo removed nt a later dale, the hinge can oa.slly bo pooled off. Twerao.ra are a noeivwnry tool, Oily poiKpirntlon galhering in the hands mil, In haiulllng a sUimp, complfloly mar tho color. TWOOWMS or "longs" us thoy me often called should always be used, A carefully kept collection can reach real viiluu through tho years. Tho onrllor it is begun, tho better. Subscribo to ft Miimn Tlireo or four nro available ftiul subscription rales nro low, IPurthor increase your Rtnmn- knowlodge by rctidlnir a few books Stan p collecting, Thoy we not the diy narratives you Imagine them to bo. 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