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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE NINE Would Ban Swing, Jive On Galilee Shores LONDON, May demand to ban swing ami jive on the shores of the Sea of Galilee will be matte in the house of commons Thursday when Morns Edelinan, Laoor member of parliament for Cov- entry, nil! ask that the Lido Cafe, referred to la the Anglo- committee's report on Palestine, be closed. Mr. Edeimsn is to ask the government whether it, was aware that "this dancing and swing music be- longs :o a German. Nazi, earned Grossman who fled to Ger- many at the outbreak of war. Mr. Bdelman claims the proper- ty now is run by the British government custodian of enemy property through Arab manage- ment. Mr. Eceknan trams this "of- fense to good taste and religi- ous sentiment" ended. Peter Meets Teeter's Cousin Be sure you know whom you address Before your feelings you express. Raboii. Laughing Brook and the Smiling Pool are hard to keep an ay irom in the lovely days of spring .and early summer. Anyway, Peter Rabciu finds it so. He finds friends there whom he never sees any- where else. Feathered folk OE their way farther North stop over there and among them Peter now and then makes a new acquaint- ance. So he is continuallv finding excuses to leave the dear safe Old Briar-patch to visit Laughing Brook and the Smiling Pool, some- times in broad daylight. He fears he wiU miss some one if he doesn't. This spring Peter had met a lot of old friends there. Some were staying, making their homes in the neighborhood. Others had gone on farther North. Moss the feathered folk who had snent their winter in the Sunnv South were back for the summer or had passed through on their way to northern nesting grounds. Of "late Peter had had a feeling that some one was missing but. he couldn't think who it was. "Some one who should be here isn't here. Now, who is he would say to "himself as he looked over the Smiling Pool and along the banks of Laughing Brook. "looking for some Red- wing the Blackbird asked. "Yes, but I haven'c the least idea Peter replied. Then very early one morning, just as the first Jolly little Sun- beams drew little shining lines of light across the still water of Smiling Pool, he heard a call that he had not heard before this spring. It had a familiar sound, "Peet-weet. Peet-weet." A mo- ment later he saw at the far end of the Emilmg Pool and on the other side a small feathered per- son bowing and bobbing at the edge of the water for all the world as if he were having difficulty in balancing himself on his slender legs. "Teeter the Spotted cried Petes delightedly. "He is the one I been missing. Of course. The Smiling Pool. Laughing- Brook and the Big Riier wouldn't seem quite right without now and then a glimpse of Teeter bobbing and bowing and teetering at the water's edge. I wish he would come over here on this side where I can talk to him." "For a long time .Peter watching the other running along the shore, wading out in the water to the full length of his slim legs and -whenever he stopped hunting for his breakfast, teetering hi that funnv wav of his. "Is seems as if he has grown a little and as if he was wearing a "Teeter the Spotted cried Peter delightedly. darker coat than he used to. And somehow it seems as if he doesn't teeter quite so much as he used to. But of course it is a long tune since I last saw him and probably my memory Isn't perfect. I guess no one's memory is in small mat- ters like thought Peter. Longlegs the Great Blue Heron came flying in from the Big River, his long legs trailing straight out behind him. his long neck folded back so that his head rested 011 his shoulders and he looked as if he had no neck. At the end of the Smiling Pool he dropped his long legs and as his feet touched the trround he raised his long neck straight up to its full length. "Feet-weet, Across the Smiling Pool, flying just above the water straight" toward Peter came the feathered ncrson whom Peter had been watching. He lighted right in front of where was aHiifig (Mii.lv iiidurn behind a bunch of grass, and as his feet touched the ground he raided his long, narrow, pointed wings straight up above his back until the tips met. then lowered them and settled them in place. "Hi Teeter! I never jaw you do that before. Welcome call- ed Peter. Who are you calling Teeter? I'm not replied the other as if a little annoyed. Peter's eyes grew big with sur- prise. not Then who are he cried. "I'm Teeter's cousin. He is a Spotted Sandpiper I'm Solly 'he Solitary Sandpiper. I should think any one could see that I am big- ger, my coat is much darker, and I fly no white bars show on my was the somewhat sharp reply. "Oh." replied Peter lamely. Then he added. "I knew you looked dif- ferent somehow." (Copyright 1946. by T. W. Burgess) "Mrs. Solly Grandmother With Hammer MONTREAL. May police search, was conducted Tues- day night for an 18-year-old youth allegedly attacked his grana- moiher with a hammer and then made his escape. Mrs. Joseph A. Germain, 72-year- old widow, lay in critical condition with severe head injuries. She said her grandson Claude Jolicoeur. vis- ited ber at her corth-end Valier Street home and without provoca- tion nit her three times oa she head with a hammer, leaving ixr semi- conscious en the floor. Fly Lobsters To New York Market CHABLOTTSTOWS. May wartime idea for a post-war business conceived bv wo naval men came to reality Tuesday when a. transport plane left the Charlotte- town airport with 5.00Q pounds of live lobsters for the New York mar- ket. The of flying lobsters to markets to take advantage of high, prices first casne to William Fraser. formerly of Albenon. and Donald Baker. Kensington, while- they serv- ed together in the Canadian navy. Three Burned To Death, Montreal MONTREAL. Hay ffi> Henry CosteU. 30. and two of her young children were dead today as the result, of fire which endanger- ed a whole row of houses in down- town Dalhousie Avenue. Mrs. Cos- teU died isi hospital several hours after the fire, while Henrv. she. and Margaret Rose, succumbed in the burning building. Lampoons Attempts Obtain More Food LONDON. May David Low of Lord Beaverbrook's London Evening Standard, took an acid crack as Anglo-American at- tempts to obtain more food for the world famine. He had drawn a pig pen in which well-nourished pigs and one fat cow are feeding at a trough. Seated atop the bars with a pail of feed is an Am- erican farmer who is being ap- pealed to by a worried Fiorello La Guardia. aead of the United Nations Relief and BehabiUta- tion Administration, backed by Herbert Hoover. President Tru- man's world food envoy, and Herbert Morrison, lord president of the council, now in the Unit- ed States for emergency food talks. The farmer answers: "Just can't make our American stock understand rationing." Lieut.-Gov. Is Making Progress EDMONTON. May tenant Governor J. C. Bowen is making good progress in hospital though the leg fracture which he suffered in an, accident at the horse show last week, is more serious than at first believed. Medical examina- tion showed that in addition to be- ing broken just below the knee, the bone is split. The governor was in- jured when he jumned over a. rail- ing. MAKES APPEALS FOR "COMMON SENSE REALISM" EDMONTON, Mav B. Hayes, president of" the Engineer- ing Institute of Canada in. an ad- dress to the Edmonton branch of the institute Monday night appealed for "common sense realism" in the relationships between labor and management and an end to the "crack the whip attitude" of the "upper clog." He said recently labor had the upper hand and were saying to management "to hel! with you" but when jobs were scarce management had said the same thing to the working man. This series of "riding the other must be stooped. CJOC Daily Programs 1000 KCS. "WEDNESDAY, MAT 15 of Good Cheer. O'clock Favorites. and Local News. Be Announced. Amateurettes. Time. News Summary. Round-Up. Music. Play Charades. to Music. Green Hornet. Haunting Hour. Report World News. Review. Eor.gs Stories. News Serenade. Orchestra. OFF. and The next story: Looks THURSDAY. MAY 16 6 Upper Club. News. Upper Club. Moments. Slid Morning Melodies. 8 Wife Union Stones PYom Life. Jn if1? Airlane. sn she Wilduood. Club. Crystal Ca'.er.elsr. Happy Gang. To 8" of Lile. Momin; Neighbor. Mood. Sister. Lounge. ALC Show. Xfw-f 12 Time N'cyveiiies. Woman of America. Perkins. Young. Romances. the Classics. News Commentary. Next. Job. Out. for Miladl. Program. Allison Show. PLAN YOUR SUMMER WARDROBE a RYLANDS SEE THE SUPERB COLLECTION OF FASHION FRESH NEW DRESSES All specially priced to meet your budget. Everything from vivid prints; one and two- piece models. Cool and lovely to wear through summer. Budget priced to save you I dollars. GAY COTTON DRESSES Hundreds of the smartest models we've ever shown in one and two-piece styles. Ginghams, Chambrays, Piques, Waffles and xnanv new novelty cloths. 6.95 14.95 MISS CANADA DRESSES These lovely creations have just arrived smartly styled in love- Iv qualitv fabrics. One and two-piece models. 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