Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, MAY 18, FOR BOYS AND-GIRLS OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA S SHADOW CARP. aHSL-. WHAT HAS IIAI'I'KNKU To determine who shall take, Carabel Usllng to ft dance. Ken! Leeward and John Poplar draw of beat drawing winning her companionship, Ken wins by tracing Gambol's shadow silhouette and adding her facial features, At the dance, Oarnbol no- tices that her shadow i.s missing and l.t horrified for fear she has suddenly turned vampire, for In ghost stories vampires cast noj shadoms, Meanwhile, John a girl looking much like Cnrabol, whose name is Carabel Souvenir. He brings her to the dance, At the dance the girls are separated from tho boys and the boys talk first to Carabel Lifting and Canibel Sou- venir, In nn attempt to thn mystery of missing shadows, Tiiey conclude that the same thing hap- pened that occurred when I'yg- inalton carved a statue of Galatea-- Ken's drawing was so perfect that It eamo to 'life. Carabel Souvenir the whole thing as a joky until ihe sees John dancing with Carabel discovers that she has also lost her shadow, INSTAM-MKN'f IV Carabel clutched Ken's arm frantically. "It's true-1 I've lost my shadow! i never believed in ghost stories before! I never thought such A thing could happen. And now It's happened I" Ken led her oif the dance floor. She was almost weak, and had to hold onto his arm for support. "You've got U> get my shadow back again, Carabel Souvenir said. "Trouble Is, Ken said, don't know whether you're Guru- bel or Citrabel's shadow, The girl I had a dole with tonight was Cara- bel Listing. You say you're Carabel Souvenir. In that case, you're tho shadow." "Hut T'm not I" Carabel "I'm real. She's the Suddenly a hand grasped Ken's arm and pulled him away from Carabel. "So you're the guy that swiped my eamo a gmff voice. screamed CarabH, But the cry came too late. A heavy fist connected with tho side of Ken's jaw and Ken spun across n few feet of floor and came to a stop against the wall. Weaklv Ken sank to tho floor, A police sounded and that was all Ken could remember foi the moment, When Ken opened his eyes, a man was bathing his jaw with a wet rag. Two Carabels stood nearby, one In tears and the other rather pale, Theie also was John Cross Word Puzzle May 'i'i. Is the birthday of Richard Wagner, the famous operatic corn poser, so Ihls puw.lt: Is about htm; ACROSS 1. lUifihel (alo. 'i, Hymbol for selenium. 4. fiinall heirlnfffi, 7. Our hero's liu't naine. (i. Spanish 0, Him. 10, Measure of area, IX1WN 1, Mass of fluaUiif, 2, UridKo. 3, 1'aee. 4, point. CJenuf: of cecse, C. Hcnlor 0. Mnmd. Ice, form clumps. Place these fairly close together across the back of tho minor, Add a branch or two of bright-colored leaves or berries and cover tho holders with artifi- cial moss or paper Brass, Now place shorter stemmed rushes In cleverly '.arranged groups on tho front of the mirror, tcavlni! a strip of glass between to give tho effect' of water, Cover tho holders, place a few flowers or berries on your river bank, add a froK and a wadlnj? bird two, and you havo something different in table decorations, Even Ihe old familiar frulls and vcftetables can produce original and ingenious tables, properly used. A head of curly-loaf cabbage with flowers appuicnlly grow nn out of tho top produces a striking effect. Hollow out the center of the cablMiRe, leaving enough outer leaves In keep tho head looking Intact. Fill a small vase with bril- liantly-colored blooms and sot It hvlde the head the loaves hide the vase. .Spread the lower loaves a Iltllo and set the cabbage on a pad of autumn leaves, or a mirror, for added effect. 'ft tho table Is largo, tho sumo Idea can Ix: repealed at the four coiners In sniiillcr-fllKcd heads. Or you could use tall, stemmed com- pote dishes filled with tangerines, limes, and small squaMiM, with A heavy fist and tho fellow called Joe. Joe standing beside a policeman. 'We dort't allow fighting here, young said Ihe man as ho bathed Ken's Jaw. 'I wasn't fighting, I WOA Ken jtflld weakly. "That's the iald the pale Canibel, "Joe came up and hit Ken before Ken knew what was hap- pening." "Ifo ran off with my said Joe. 'Hitting the lad won't get her the policeman wild. "In fact, It would serve you right If the young lady had nothln' more to do with you." 'I'm not going to have anything to do with Carabel mild. "Take me home, "Ken's my said the other Carabel between "Well, lake both of the sisters said Ihe man, who appar- ently was tho mnnagci of the ball room. "She's not my sister I" said the weeping Cuuvbcl, "Wlic's my "I'm not your shadow. You're my shadow and If you had an ounce of decency you'd get back where you "What's all this talk nlxml asked the bewildered manager. "She probably means said the police officer. "We don't care who takui who home, only you young people can't slay here and fftiisf! "You mean you're sending it all luiked .John, Iho manager cm fihaUcally, "Wo're f'.ir.ibd. tin- one who had bt-i n WM widbrd. "fin.KjInel Kit kid o! a Imll- rooml I'll nt v tin man- on Jaw. said as he watched them de- part. "You wouldn't John sold. Ho decided he had better keep the facts to himself, because If he talked too much theio would be re- jwru-rs and the Olrl-Who-lAS-t- Ifor-Hhadow would be headlined all over the nation. Ken got the two Carabcls aboard n bus and they Uxik tho rear scat, where there was room for all three to together. With a Carabel siutgKlod on each aide of him, Ken in silence. "I'd give anything to know the answer to all these things that have happened said the Carabol on Ken's left, whom he Mi.'.pt-ctcd to Canibel Llallilg. ".So would said the other Cara- bel. "f never took a groat deal of stork In ghost, slnrfcs Ken said. "I don't know how to unravel an cnchantmi'iil, if lhat Is what this is." "It mil-1 be something like sold the left-hand Carabel. "There's a book on wltche.iaft at the library, only the library's closed said tho right-hand Carabol, "I road It onco." "What did It say about break- Ing Ken asked, "Oh, ihlfl look no slock In wllch- (Tiilt at nil, but H told about Hit! I that happened back In Hit! d.iyn when people believed in undies." Carabel replied. "I think I've read stuff Ilko Ken (aid. an old llon nb'iul .'hadows thai, run.'i (K'e in the voodoo supeislllldn stli him: through little of you don't like. Thai If you can do something to a IH i.'o-iV: shadow, yon can- n bntko off suddi-uly. 'I'hcn ho I' lined over and kl'fiod Iho I on his ill-lit, which should .'loiivonlr, Ihoro- loci 1st lull's i.liadow, Cui.iinl .'UiitM-nlr slapped Ken's f.iro and label Listing laughed. "II didn't woik." Ken mild. "You know. I tl.tn'l think either one ol you aie "Ytiii'vt c.i't to ptovo It, Ken I.ec- tt.tid." Mild Carabol lilsllnif, "Kor own (iciico of "And added Carabel (1 o Ho v. lili MX, ,1m- fild the Km." f'.tra- ,'Hllt son." saiil 'Tiikc both Iho the I Want to be a "Happy HeraKder" Name I Address.......... City or Town I .....................................I .....................................I "I WILL AI.WAYK BK KIND TO ANIMAI-H" Birthday date.......................... I Ago tioxl Birthday................. Party Tables That Look 'Different' Whin Miato cnletlalnlng IfiniN'd, fi v plating the end of the ruble iiK.ilnsi. the wall. This leaves the teiiiot- of Hie room clear for vour cut-, i.'. and ynu an op- poiiiiiuiy fur original decora- Ixi'.' n v bullru.'ihes, or cat-tails, whirls li.ive been overlooked fur table deeoraUoim. because of their height. Wllh the tabl'- w-l figalnsl the wall von I.AII nrrange something really unusual v, IIh them, I'.'i- a lone, narrow mirror on Iho lublo. cliM.e against the wall. Cut Hie biilliuMtcfl varying lenglhn id jet Ilit-m In flower holders U) rosr.it ANSWMKS 1. Llngnli'. V.. Hklil. !l. Bweater, 4. AiiklM.-. fi. Hhoc, fi. fleaif. 'I. Uiaf- ii-H. H. 'f'o gi-l the Mitten. H, To Hoot. IIIIIDM-: ANHWKHS 1, Your (iplno. V, Heciiii.su It's the platT TO-HON-TO, n. lleeaimo they can't It, 4, The man who Ihe ferry., 0. The two wrlslJi flowers to match ihe cenlerplccc tucked Ixitween, l-'or a buffet luncheon or supper, push the side of the table agalnsl Iho wall and decorate against that Sunny-Side Up MAY .13 Vivian Tudor, Stewart Taylor, Champion 5 MAY 14 J3haw, Cardslon........ n Allan Nielsen, Monarch Jimmy Marr, Warner 7 MAY 15 Donald Watson, LoUibrLdgo 11 Dunmia Mao How, Cimnimgiiy 4 MAY 10 Owondolyne Sherrott, Coalhurol ft Virginia ciuylc Calliouii, U'lhhrldgc John Lclhbrlrtijo 3 MAY n Doris Copeland, Mnijrath 12 Sharon Klalno Johnson, Medicine Hat Marion McKfliulry, LeUibrldgo 10 Ken Kdnmura, Picture IJiftlc 10 MAY 18 Georgian Oaylo Clcorge, Lelhbildge Marianne King, Dull River, B.C. 12 Harrl.s Weeks, Calgary 10 .rfiwrcnce Uiwlor, Picture Unite 13 Clayln Uiiiima Glbb, Picture llullc 1 lanet Donaldson, Slmughnessy a Uy ANNK ADAMH Iiltlle f.-iiuilxmnel Hue, herself Hwcel In Pattern mindrcss wllli perky bonnet and eomforlablo panties. Ic material little effort wondorlnl riwills! Pattern 4CKI7 comes in sixes 'i, 4 B and n. II sundress and bon- not, 1% yards US-Inch. flend 20 cenls lo the l.etlibrldijc Herald, Pattern Oept., for each pat- tern, Two weeks' Hum should Ix allowed for pattern lo reach ymi. Ufio This Cdiipun, Print, Youi Name and Address Plainly. Td! The llernlil, I'utleni l.rtlibildK-c, Alia, I'liltcrn Ntimc barkgroimd. Place a large, flower- filled cabbage head In the center at the back, spreading the leaves o throw shallows on'the wall, and let aillchukcs filled with flowers m either side. This arrangement s ako elfecllve for the center of a narrow table, placing them on wide, flat crepe pajicr bows, or lace paper dollies, For a candlelight affair, add nine. Mini tapers here and there among the flowers, or .set a largo candle in the center with the flow- arranged around It. Still an- ilhcr Idea could bo wnall aril-. ihnkos, or any vegetable '.von prc- 'er, iiHi-d as eandleholders on ellher side ol the ccntorploco. An clfocllvo arrangement for 'oiintl table, or a .small stiuaro me, Hip "barlxsr pole" center" )leee. Wind of two colors if paper spirally around a largo mailing lube and glue It to a mir- ror. Place a funnel filled with flowers In the top of this, filling lip with wax BO It will 'hold water enough lo keep the flownirs fresh. Ai range Wandering JW, vy, or uny vine around the bnso iiul cairy trailers of It ncrosn to tiny bnutnnnleres of flowers at sli place, which may bo used as ulace eaidf, Clever I able rtccorntlons vim a clever hostess. With tliiiso as starters, you can work out all sorts of unicmo tdwts for your hu.'k lo ynu! POSERS JUNIOR MISS Kach ansuer to the followhu will represent an article of itlilV: oldlliliiK, Seo how well yon en n elolhc Junior Miss of HMD. Correct answers arc elsewhere on till.1, pane. I. Add the Icllern to a word moaniniv "lo dawdle." (iuc- tho name for ono of nidi- Haps or a saddle, ;i, Tn the word meaning por.'.iilrc" add the loiters 4, Von diui'l have lo tell the slW) hut unsciamblc Nl'HKIiA'l1 lor best rcsull.1.. Tills I.s what wo do lo files. C. What Is a typo of Joint made tov miielilnr, iirnovlnit, A c.ioup law loungers arc palled wliul? II. (iUe Ihe filaiiit expression for "Id lir id used us a lover." II. rise you say: "Into the tho "to Well, we've got some real diffi- cult il'ldles time. Try them on the Ininlly. 1, What runs down your back each iimnilng, noon uiul nlghlV 2. Why dn many law brook- era In Ihe United .Stales attempt tx> cseaiie lo Canada? !l, Why do (he Swiss people like to live In the mountains? 4. Who always makes you cross? G. What, parts of the body are the lio.st iravellers? ____ Answer To Puzzle "n-F-k A A Onn BROADCAST WKKKLV ItKVIICW OK MEN w. A. c. IIAUKAft t'OIU'US Wo have hoard a good deal of "Habeas. Corpus" just recently in connection with tho arrest, ol cer- tain persons in connection with the spy ring In Canada, Habeas Cor- pus, or more properly a writ of Habeas Corpus, is regarded as a pillar of the British Constitution iUoiifi with MaEiia Cnrln. The passing oi' the Habeas Corpus Act. as I presume every schoolboy knows took place in the reign of Charles IT, but it may bo generally known that, Jlubmis Corpus was In existence long before tho time ol Charles IT. Tho Habeas Corpus Act, as it Is known, regulated the machinery for its use, Freedom from arbitrary arrest, the keynote of what Is denoted In Habeas Cor- pus was embodied in n section of Mnisim dnrla, which laid clown that no frco man shall bo taken or im- prisoned unless by the lawful judg- ment of his peers or the law of the land. I havo seen it (mid that the Im- portance of Habeas Corpus In thfl British Constitution Illustrates It.s difference from foreign constitu- tions and its streiiKlh over them, Many foreign constitutions oven the oldest and tho most pend on a written statement and definition of tho rights to bo cn- jovctt. In England little reliance has been placed oil any written definition of his rights by the BinRllfchmon. It has rather been tho custom of tho nation to provide for Us citizens a remedy for en- forcing their rights, and of these remedies the most important Is HabottB Corpus. This is intercut- IUK In relation to the question of a lllll of Rights recently brought up in the House of Commons at Ot- tawa, which was dealt with in the spirit, those who tho proceedings In Parliament; as minted by the newspapers, already know. Tho correct answer to a writ of Habeas Corpus, as It has boen In- terpreted, in spite or It.s title, from the custodian of a prisoner to whom it> Is addressed is not to bring the body (corpus) for judgment but to explain on what grounds tho per- son Is held a prisoner they arc Judged Inadequate by tho court sat him at liberty forthwith. In other words, it, Is the machinery for witling Into force the freedom from Arbitrary arrest, It is well to understand what Habeas Corpus means, hence this dissertation. WHAT IS KXI'KCTKU TO UK FUNNY As a diversion from such an ab- fttruso subject as Habeas Corpus, let mo turn your attention to what is expected to be funny In intro- ducing fictitious characters, This Is frcfiuenlly the case in introduc- ing Cockney characters, where the dropping ol the aspirate where it should be sounded and the sounding It where It should be silent Is often overdone, Much can bo made of thin characteristic in lolling a story It is true, provided It is not over- done. Just as It ks with thn Cock- ney so It Is with the Irish, ami, for matter of that, with other na- tionalities, Tills, as they say, Is 'list In passing, Just like roast meat it becomes a question whe- ther people can got along without moat. The vegetarian will prompt- ly sny Here Is a subject in which there are eonUleUng opin- ions. When it comes to what Iliu vegetarians so doginatlwlly Insist on, J cannot help thinking ol the state into which King' Nebuehnd- (an awkward name to spell) arrived when ho was driven to sub- sist on grass, Different people have different Idcns when It comes to diet. A cer- tain Dr. OUtfleld, in London, Eng- land, who is well over ninety, says that tho greater part of the human race, and the healthiest part, and tho strongest port, and the mast enduring part, conMst of those races and peoples that eat about as much meat the average Briton chews tobacco. Then- Is no relation ho says between the mod- ern pseudo-scientific standard of calories and the realities of healthy life, Docs It, he nsks, never strike tlirwo pontifical writers on calories lhat calories digested are (if far more value than calories of which only a, traction is di- gested? Read tho history of Scotland, writes Dr. OHlfleld, where the peo- plo lived nlmost wholly upon oat- cake. Head the Old Testament and llnd how the prophets did their long journeys on barley cakos, But ow about Ncbuohndnczwir? may I sk. Jin be icf, n filory expected to bo funny can bo spoilt by being overdone, A journalist with the name of Nathaniel CUibblns In an overseas Sunday paper tells of n serlous- inlnded Irishman, a scholar, who told him lhat whenever lie went to I'inglancl ho was expected to loll funny dialect stories. Being a serious-minded man, with a true sense of humor, he thinks (here nothing (mite so unfunny In the world as a liinny dialect story, In fact, ho thinks, Irish dialect stories are even unfunnier than Scottish dialect stories, which la haying a lot. nut, comments Nathaniel dub- bins, it Is not the fault of thn Irish thai Ilia Kmsll-sh In Dublin jwrslsl in addressing the native in what they believe to be a clever Imitation of tho local palols, For an KIIK- lIMnnmi to wnllc into a Dublin Ing-room and say "The lop o' llu> moritln' to Ol think Ol'll be takln' a dhrop of the, era I WHIM'S as much embar- rassment a.s if an Irishman walket: Into n London drawing-room ant said, "Wlmleher, males, a spot ol Hie old needle and pin will suit yours Dublin nollcomen, writes Nathan- iel Clubblns, stand amassed and cnti- fiiscd at quenllons, "Would yen b "Island of the vt'f who reduced their land entire, 'llthllnit devil's fire wllh low that we gather mild like dust dare we fall this modal tnist? The child, the mnllieis the desolate, nirf white-faced of human fule, the tide of Ihe homeless rising and crylnir, with spray of myriad dead and thai and a sound from the of the living dead, morning In nightfall, "Brcadl Broad I" Millions on millions to be fed. Man anew the baliincn trembling of his fate- Now, lhat the lost of the world 111115 eat, load the cargoes I Send Ih wheat Ihe New York 'limes onns ANO Less cheese for about crackers? Urltaln. Wha An automobile has never beoi known to win against, a train in a lovel crossing bat do, Nn need to tell Ihe Weather Mai U) "dry up" Uils season. It Is no disgrace these days to b a oite-shirl man. A shipment of Canadian niaear onl hns left Ilallfnx for Italy. Wher Is that coal lor Mjxvcastle? CAUGHT ins THAIN _______ We like Iho .story Uiol Is told bout the Aberdonlan, living alone, ho hait an early mornlni; train j catch. IV'liiK a heavy sleeper, c was afraid he would not wake p in lime, Several possibilities resented ihenwelviw, but every one leant a lip, Finally, he addressed n envetnixj to hlnwclf and posted without n .stamp. Kiirly Ihe iH'x-t. nidi nliiR there amo n Ihundoum.s poundiiiK on the oor, Tho Rcol.sman rlimbed out f bod and his ''.cad out of n open window, "Here's a lelier for called 10 jxiMman, five pence to ay on ii." "Take it eommnnded the cor. "Ottrele.sMies.s like, that doesn't eserve lo bi1 I'liesMii'.njed." WlltOIl IK) YOU USK? Klberl Ilubh'ird said it: re two of Thought; New and Thought i.s made up of STA courtesy Stamp Haven, Toronto, new Issues, include Ks.vp'lan tttnmiih (o this visit of Ibn Saml to Cairo (lop mill to 80 years of stamp (lop 8an Marina's roal-of-arnw slump (top IJiissia's hlainps featuring hei- victory at MOSCOW Mfet year (lower left and commenioratlvcjs to notable native ttussln lias Issued a sot the Victory parade Init Juno In Masoow. France i-s is- suing n .stamp marking tho ffitt year of liberation, slamiw lo m-, famous Frenchmen, and to He irmed son ices. Kcundor has i.s- a Kl.imp to inaik of a section of the I'lin-Anierlcnn Now agreements between Oreat Urilain and Knypl regardliii? mili- tary problems biing Kgypl inio the news. The country of pyramids and tho Sphinx is oilen in the news for stamp eollei'lorh for it. many commemorntlvc slamp.s for intor- natlonal conferences and historical events, Illustrated JiorowlUi are some of the latest a Hag stamp to mark the visit, euily this year Klnt? Ibn Sand of Saudi Arabia to ICiO'pi, and a set to mark the BOlh anniversary of tin1 first Kivyptlan postflfie stamps. Thofc first slamivi, Ksuwl in HlCfl, were all in Arabic Inscription, carrying only Ihe value in The Sphinx and a pyramid made Ihelr ixwilal entry on stamps of 1U07, and identified the country. With 'some cluuiKes this design was used until ion, the name of the country beliiB added In l-'ivnch. In 19H Iho first pictorial sol ap- peared, JcaUirliiK scenes along tho Nile River and ruins of ancient ERypt. Karly rulens ap- peared on an isnio of 1022, and later that year the .set wits overprinted lo mark ihe creation of a kingdom in Kgypt, King Fund ap- peared on slainp.s of While new portrait stamps of Kuad and later his son Farouk, the present king, appeared in subsequent, years, hough Us you, yourself, think. The I her kinil is supplied to you by lie jobbers." The best way, 'w.u a t-ontempor- ry, lo keep a nerwuVs friendship is o'lcluni it. fONVBItSATlON "Mornln1, 111." "Mornln', Si." "Htns'K thai (Uy toller you hired or llm .sinnnioi- nilliii' "Ain't not him no went nek to Ihe "Fire "Nope: he null "WJirii.'tl he "Clui'Ns h'> was aloaiM I'd work ho Knvni1 "Mornln', Ml "Mornin1, HI AI.ONT. nilOADWAV Bidden nod-peed by n mob of xmdon Wist-hnd Unit ore Ihe buUou lioni their clothes n a nf adulailon, ohror- Ml lu.'lilv iipmi Hioir nnival lit Iiii 'luiiiiila FMd, loioil bv nwiadwwy intl I'in I: -vvonuo l.iinrone.e. Illvlor. liulph mdiard-ion and Ihelr Vie conipi'iiv stopped on the lust week amid i writes a Now York C I', Kvon more mnarknhle they proved a I least por eent ns lerrlflc us ihov hint boon adver- tised. The tioupe, oponliui r. six-week lopeilorv stand In Now York, led uhut was conceded their trump eoril IV, Pint 1." wllh Mr. Hichiirdson In the role of Falslalf and Mr. Ollvli r its llolspur. triivolioi.-! have boon bringing back tall tales of the magnificence "f these two perform- when was under V-bomlv, and they have not exaimoialed. With minor exeeptlons, tho ivst of Hie companv H of liiRh standard. '.Hie sel.s by (lower Park.1! and cos- most issues since commemorallvos, 1923 have boon Commcmorallve have fea- tured historical objects-, scenes in the country, and methods of trnim- portation. Starling in 1025 there were issues for a geographical con- gress; an agrlcullurnl' exhibition in 1920; a birthday .slnmp for King Fund which was also overprinted for the opening ol Port Fund; a set for a navigation and in 1827 for a cotton euiiRress und .sta- tistical congress meetlm; at, Cairo. The following year a medical con- ference and young li-lnce Farouk were featured on comniemorntlvc aclw. In there was another agri- cultural meellng honored with a stamp issue, and in 1033 railway and aviation International meet- ings had special stamp issues. An international jxistal union conference warranted a set in 1034, followed by another International agrfcultuinl congress set in 183G and later lhat year a set roinmemorul- Ing tho Anitlo-Kiiyplian treaty, now tiiilted Stales will ihsuc Ibis Ten iipKM'o rommcmoi'atlvc stumii on June 1, belnn revised, Tills .st.unp sho Anthony Eden at the ircily sli Ing, A treaty by lordnn eountries (live up their in lOuypt in was m.irkeil with u stamp l.ssui> In when ihe treat} was sinned In Kwltmlnnd. An Inter- national eye jipeelullsls' roiiKie.ss made another sel In 1HS7, Ihe wed- dliiK of King Fiirouk In ilWB biwwW out a set, as (lid Inleniational cot- Ion, radio and leprosy conlen'nees A commemoratlvo lo King Funi aiipeared In and a ,scml-pastn for child welfare with portialt Prlnce.'K 1-Vrlal npiieiux-d in 1040 Airmails havo been issued slnci 1020. Highway. Oreat Britain will issue two VU'toiy stumps, and pence values, on June n. Nature Stories Ily 1HANKI.VN TURNER Busy the Beaver Aw lie hopped lazily along the path by Trouv, cuclc. Bonjamin Bunny was thinking. Now you mutn't gut Uenjaniiii mixed up with Peter Babbit, 1'eter lives In II w old Btiar Patch near Green Meadow and ,s u irloud of Mr. Buruess. Benjiunin J.s a dlstnnl cousin of JVter anu M-iy much like him ex- cept for one Hung, his ears. One ear jiu l ix little longer, UiLs is a coasmnt won> to him and occupies v lot of Ills mmkliiK time. Hut 19- day as In- wits thinking along, Benjamin about Busy llw Ut-iiver. luul bocn Wixtching Busy (or tiie Invt low days and was amazed to how Jiard Ixi.averb worked. Busy a newcomer to the out all Die tiw.s Ihnt an> the near tho crook, but I noivl inoi-o. There Is a lovely Kroup ol in-i-.s back in Ihe woods, J'm to cut KMiie of :uul roll them into my canal. Thou bv lloger Fur.se are reslrnln- cd bill efliviive, .lolin fiulUvnn's llghllntt has suffered lilllc1 in iransplantallim. More striking than these details is the harmony o! the whole. This reviewer Mieker for Bhflkc- speurc xvho'n as much of It an many of his cider.- never before walelKjd such company co-ordin- ation and vliftir In for- ward a play which. In less able hands, sometimes down Into disjointed comic scenes and tire- some fact-laden Intervals of sxxwd- xvtwlnit. Mr, Oliver's ItoUspur Is cvory- Ihlng Shiikcspcarc meant It to be-- New Issues United Stales is to Issue a stamp on June 1 to 150th anniversary of Tennessee jomliif; Ihe union. UelKlum is lo IBMIO Impel nous, RiillaiH, htlrrliiK .solf-mocklnij. 'J'hls and the sharply- contiustlnu competent of Ntcliolas Uannen's ix'rformanee In the title role make Ihe historical side or Ihe play as enterlalnlnu ns tt.s better-known tavern scones, If a fault Is to bo imind It lle.s In Michael Wane's performance .as Prince Hal, The pail Is one ol Hhakespeare's most demaiidlnii, lor thouRh It nuiNt be blended the lUitl- palhetlc Htlrlbiiles of Ihe old mor- allly-pliiy riijurcs of Virtue urnl Vice. EWSPAPERl flout uiern down to the crook. It would take too much time to drag Hun i.ii- over the wound.'1 "Well, said Honjaniin, "t'veryb.xly wa.n right when they said you Dot only work hard, but I'll back later my friends must hour about this." Awny M'iimpoiod Ilcnjnmin, hop- h faster tluui before. M1I.K KtVKIl NOTKS MFI.K 1UVHII. C11NS) A spoolal Invli.-illon Is extended to all U.KW.A. iin-mbers at Milk Hlvcr to attend a silver ten at the home of Mrs. Kmll ('.unlock, May 17, from 3 to f) p.m. This will be sponsored by the Warner U.l-'.W.A. Mr, and Mis. Jfrunk Snilln motored lo Oardslon on Sunday, whore lliov visited with the lultcr'8 molhrr, Mis. W. Oorilon (Mates has completed his year's work at the KdmoiUon uni- versity and Is spi'iidlng a few days relatives In town.