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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE, TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY Splendid New Fastball Stadium, Equipped With Public Address and Night lighting Facilities, Wi --x. ENCHANT. VAUXHALL SPLIT BALL GAMES YATIXEALLL Tvo call were played a: Vauxhall cn Sunday aftsmoon. May IS. be- tween Enci-ant sac Yauxhail teams. Ysuxi-all" tie first game 10-9. Enchant wen the second 13-1. H. M. Blar-ey is now taking a j- vi. 1-, Taylor build so make the American oatcoor tr Swedish Track TEAM Star to Run In U.S. NSVT YORK. ilsy Len- cart Strafe. Sweden's strictly ama- teur is con-ing to the U-nted Slates this su-a-scr to provide the competition necessary DEFEATS SUNDIAL un he local "team. and boys tins 1 sre Treanng smart black and 4 coubieseacer is schsdafec for Sanday. the first game between and field season a success. Strand, who conquered the- more celebrated Swedish s-ifties. Gunder Haesz anc Ame Ancersson. on rno i SUNDIA1U. Tabs Sundial olayec baseha" Sundial wrJi Taber wain.-.; v score of 11 to 5. Dodgers Score the Hawk. "So that's it." muttered Peter. -Teeter saw -lim coming and gave tiie danger call, too He must have have said that he hadn't been must asleep. It was alter one of tl-ese jijaj happened to Ceremonies, Games, May "The finest, amateur fastball stadium I have ye. seen." These words were spoken to a local store manager by a business associate, a citizen oi Minneapolis who travels extensively throughout the United States and Western Canada, -ahe-i he was shown the r.ew is too bad. That, liule fellow didn't live long. It is a wonder to me that any babies live to grow up. Is is so. US., G.B., France To Share Assets WASHINGTON. May iat ne naapenea 10 Slates. Great Britain and flat stone oa urhicn vrwce have a share in the hundreds began to doze. He would close his eves, doze for a minute or two, then open them ior a quick look around. I suspect that he would Sandpiper had bobbed aud bonred. Wliat he saw or seemed to see. made him woaoer if he was really awake. A baoy CONSTIPATED LIVERISH TAKE BEECHAM'S VEGETABLE LAXATIVE PILLS FOR QUICKJP occasions last summer and who not affected uhen Haegg anc An- dersson were banned as sionais. will run in the 5i-A.U. and two or inree otner meets, secretary-treasurer Dan Ferri j pbyciruck. Dodgers Henderson Stadium, at ue-hbncge. Wednesday night, as j more elaborate battled at out under most unconj- throughout the U.S. fortable" Weather was j That remark embraces cold and clustery and continually association officials could hope to receive, and it threatened rain. _ 5 cn clty When I think of all the dangers Sandpiper was bobmng and bow- there are. all the hungry hunters ing on that flat stone. always watching for them clay and j (Copyright, 1946. by T. W. Burgess) night. I really don't see how any) He adnutted he had seen of them manage to live. I don't The next story: "Precocious of the Amateur Aihleuc C2ion an- Wednesday. U.S. ARE CONCERNED OVEK IMPORTS WASHENGTON. May KNOCKOUT asgress-nen irotn. Ssn-procucmg PHZttADELPHIA. May states, particularly New England. I untying m :he face of defeat. Phil- Billy Fox kept ins knock- BEECH AM SPILLS Englsnc. i i souaht "today means of averting! they term a growing threat to the domestic fishing industry, represent-rig investments of They presentee to State Under- secretary Dean Acheson figures showing that imDorts-of fres-i and frozen gsh SUets from Canada. New- foundla-icJ, Labrador and Iceland in- creased more tnan 450 per cent from pounds 4a 1939 to 43.- 169.000 pounds in 1945. For the first three months of 1946, the rise over the same 1945 period ioas been 65 per cent- larse'lv responsible for iheir easy, and his performance was j lortao-e highlight o; the game as he night fixtures. struck cur 14 Collegiate players. PaEkhun-t tossed the ball for the j Collegiate the on bleheac The cosi has been arouna DICTATES WILL WHILE PINNED UNDER TRAIN cm srrin; intact Monday by belt- j ins Cfcsie 'Bulldog' Harras of Pitts-j the occasion, one of the Sxtures to be played untier the lights after "Trio bands win be in attendance. i to meet champion Gus Lesnevicn, pitcher's box and Alcer- always is more. They never grow night fixtures. _ FH-e additional bleachers nave singly. I -wonder where that little e M -K m_j Sandpiper's brothers and sisters the first are- There were four eggs in that nest, but I've seen only that one two sets stalled on the back of base line and three to be set up back of the third base line, together the providing THAT REMINDS ME------PAL HOLLOW GROUND BLADES ARE IN TH6 m a light heavyweight title match, j man R. Kirson will be in _ the this summer. catcher's soot to complete the bat- j terr. City" Manager J. T. Watson ample seating facilities for all fans. A TSlH baby, and wonder if the nest is empty. I Sharpshin found the refreshment concession AMERICAN ASSOCIATION _ ATTENDANCE rUTJCH HIGHER CCLT7M3US, 9.. May 23. American Association attendance, riding the post-war sports bane- wagon. :s 65 per cen: higher this j tery. City Manager J. T. Watson will wield" the hickory. ooerated at the stadium wlule games be Having nothing to do. and being nrogress. For the actual games. Safeway EXPEXpITLTRS sovsls. 1S45 citv ladies' chamD-ons, Altoge.ner the season than for a comparable pe- riod last year, league presidents. i Roy Eatney anacranced. Wednesday. In blades as in flexibility that counts! Xew Pals are TidUow grirund, just like a barber's razor. Give you luxurious master- barber snaves...and the flexible edges give more shaves per blade. Dry -sith a shake and rust-resistant. Ask by name for the netf PAI. HOIX-O-W GSOCND BLADES. 4 for lOc. 10 for 25c. for recreation try Peter Makes A Good Guess Some Things we rning that we most do Because our fathers did them. too. Babbit. It -was sjsveral days since Peter Rabbit had learned that it was Teeter, the Soot Mrs. Teeter, who he had seen ting on four eggs in a nest on. the Hoyals. 1S45 city ladies' champions, will tangle with ilcArthur's Gen- erals in "the daylight opener. The night nature, to be clayed under the lights, will feature the Button's team. 1945 senior men's champions of the city, who -will be playing against the Catelii club. TREMENDOUS IMPROVEMENT The transformation of the stac- ium. -which up tin this year served as the centre for baseball activities here, is quite unbelievable to_ any- one who "has not seen the change that has been -wrought. As it -was, the infield -was 10 inches lower than the outfield; the dugouts were broken down and full of sand; the playing field -was drift- ed witji sand to a depth of two and even three feet at points; the stands in a sad state of disrepair; the fences were down in places and. gen- erally in a bad condition; wire net- ________ rs represents an expenditure of approximately i monev being made pcs- i sible bv spons-roinced and com- munity-spirited business men in ths citv "who purchased advertising soace on the" new outfieid fence. The tsresent esecutive of the Fast- ball Association -who were mstru- m bringing about the im- arovernsnt are: Joe Lakie, presi- dent: Al itacdonald. vice-president; ___Wood and Mrs. Doris Smst. treasurers: Chick ifclntcsh. secre- rsrv- and directors Hov Woisey. Jack SHert, Harry Pratt. Dave Hunt. Mike Tanosik. Ed Eobbs, John Ean- iuk and other boosters also did much towards getting the great job finished. Clubs which will be playing rega- ground near the Smiling Pool, and that Mrs. Teeter, harrag laid the eges. would have nothing more H> them. It was hard to be- lieve. The more he thought it over the harder to believe it seemed. "Ee hadn't anv mattered Peter as "he ciiewea 3. leaf of clover at the edge of the dear.' Old Briar-patch- __ ung m the backstops was torn and I saggin-r from the supports, anti the 5-" guardrail on the west side of the I field was broken and on the grouno. Since the F-istball Association were mor_ said Mrs. Peter, tartlV. Peter looked at her suspi- ciousiv, but she had turned her back to him. TI was the next dav tnat. Peter was back at the Smiling PooL Teeter vTasn't on his nest. In fact, Peter load to iitmt for the be- cause there was no one on K_ and nothing in it. Not being much oi a nest, it vas hard to find. "Looting :or some assed Little Friend the Song Sparrow. "Did something happen to those lour eggs Teeter was sitting on 'eter asked. "Yes." said Little rriena. "That's too bad. What happened o Peter wanted to know. vrent to work, however, the Seld has been levelled and packed, and has been buiic up into" perfect playing condition; fences hare been repaired and nainted and a new semi-circu- lar outfield fence has been 560 feet long and nine feet high: grandstands have hesn repaired and the entrance and pas- the front of the stands been cemented, doing away with the dust nuisance. A near wire fence seven feet high has been erected from the backstop to the outfield fence, completely closing o: the soectators from the playing field; two new concrete dugouts have been built, and a prominent Scoreboard lias been installed in the right centrefielc, in. full view of the for refreshment... CAHADADRY 're smp Little They replied Friend apd chuckled. sharply at Little Friend as if sus- pecting the little Sparrow of a :rick. "When did they hatch'" "Testerday." replied Little Friend. "What ha'ppened to them persisted Peter. -Something must Save happened to them or they would be in the nest now. Babies a day old can't fiy away. Did someone rob Teeter of his babies? Who Tras -Day old babies can't fly; that PUBLIC ADDRESS STSTEM A grounds keeper has been hireo to clean the stands and condition the playing field daily; a new pub- lic address svstem has been pur- chased and wiU be Tised to intro- duce plavers and give play-by-play sharp. hidcen. Peter continued to sit right -where he -was. Presently he CJOC Daily Programs 1GOO KCS. THCKSDAT, 3IAT 23 L.CX. No. 3 Docgers and Columbus Club; six senior men's tons, Shaushnessv, Cateili's. Bro- ders. Slison Millers and Mihalik's: and four ladies' teams Safeway TRoyals, Woolworth. Babes, McAr- thurs and Batons Aces. Schools also use the grounds for field davs and fastball playofis. SCHEDULE Games be played at the stadium five nights every week coubleheaders fearuring a ladies' and a men's game. Exhibition games and postponed fixtures toll be nlaved on v-reekends. Of ihe doubleheaders, one game -Kin be plaved in daylight and the second under the lights. In order to provide an efficient staff oi officials for the heavy slate of Barnes, an umpires' school was conducted early in the season. Um- pires, working under Chief umpire Joe LaMe, include: Mel mend. Ooie Lowe, "Walter Green and Dick Euesion. Fans are urged to turn out on Em- pire Day. May 24. to see the teams in action in this modem and pleas- ant sports Henderson Fastball The program will get under at 7 of Good Cheer. O'clock Favorites. and Local News. Mood. Hall. Svring. News oummary. Round-up. of Honoray De- gree on Lord Alexander. Mcschetti. Organist. Field and Stream. Orchestra. Serenadexs. Is Music. Men. Art Van Damme Quin- tet. Report and World News. Clark. Singers. IX Serenade. on Shythm. OFF. and times he got a glimpse of Teeter., it WM hard to believe that it could __ Trecm'r cf-anH ipt. ninnp: walk ana run. Or was it Mrs. Teeter? He wasn't t-cuu ai." sure and he didn't get near enough "Ohr exclaimed Peter. He looked to ask. But iie sawjio babies. For is true. But ssnie of run. Teeter and sis can them babies left home earlv this morning. Teeter said they "wouldn't be back. Any more questions. Mr. replied Little Friend. replied Peter, "Where are thev 'How should I know' Go loos for replied Little Fnend. Then he sang love song to nest near _ Peter did go look for them. Ee did a lot of looking. Two or three one thing he didn't know what Sandpiper babies would look like. He would nave been a surprised Rabbit indeed had some on? told him that twice he all but stepped on one among some pebbles and small stones near the water. He didn't see anything that looked like a baby bird or any other kind of a baby. At last he gave UP hunting for them. Ee sat down beneath a big fern from beneath which he could) those slim little legs had brought j 11-j5_Eig Sister, it -where it was from a nest whicn FRIDAT, MAT 24 Waksr Upper Club. World News. Waker Upper Club. Martial Moments. Ne-ws. Weatherman's Report Morning Melodies. George's Wife. Lucy Linton Stories From Life. Hhythm in the Airlane. Church in the Wildwood. Breakfast Club. The Crystal Calendar. The Happy Gang. Claire Wallace. Road of Life. Good Morning Neighbor. Polka Dots. WINNIPEG. Mar George T. Penny. 32. Canadian National brakeman fatally injured accident here May 16, die- while workmen were extricate him from wheels of a freight car. jurv was told. Ee smoked six cigarettes while being extricated but was too -weak to sign the will, on the back ol a cigarette package. Body Aged Woman Found Trussed Up i PiilUTLAND. Out_ May j The body of 70-year-old Mrs. Ella Hannigan was found in her home in this Hamilton district municipality jesterday and police said they sus- pected the woman had been slain. The body, trussed and -with a. pil- low covering the head, was discov- ered on a bed in her combined store- dwelling. Both hands were tied be- hind her back and a handkerchief was wound tightly about the neck. Police said it was known Mrs Hannigan nreaared breakfast for a boarder, Gordon Lees, who left ior work at ajn. She and Mr. Lees were the only occupants of the premises. Want Nov. 11 As Remembrance Day QXTEBEC, May The biennial convention of the Canadian Legion last night Toted that Nov. 11, the victory date in 1918. be a day of re- membrance in honor of Can- ada's -war dead.________________ AT NIGHT? How miserable you feel when your sleep is disturbed. Tired, achey, listless all flay long. Why not take Gin old reliable remedy for relieving kidney trouble? Com- pounded to help soothe and tone up the kidneys Got Pills are sold on a satisfaction-vr-money-beck basis. if millions of dollars of German assets m Switzerland. A eeneral agreement, announced PV the state department after ser- ial months of negotiations, dis- closed that the Swiss, who at one inie had refused to give up aay German holdings for fear of com- promising their carefully-guarded, neutrality, would: 1. Turn over of an estimated in gold looted from other countries and sold or de- posited bv the Nazis in Switzerland. 2. Share with the three -nestem powers and other allies on a 50-30 'he to be realized from the liquidation of German arooerues value has beea estimated as high as Regular 4O Pitls I. Economy 10 Pillx GIN PILLS FOR THE KIDNEYS JUST TRY THIS TONIGHT Why waken tired and listless when you can do what of happy people are doing! They simply take a cup of Ovalrine at bed time to wake up fresh and alert each morning. For Ovaltine acts in three First, -warm at bedtime, it fosters sound refreshing sleep, drugs. Second, it "supplies essential food elements to rebuild vitality while you sleep! Third, it also furnishes important vitamins and minerals in a delicious, more natural way for all-round health and -vigour. So -why not try Ovaltine beginning tonight? See if you don't wake ap refreshed and -rigorous in the morning, ready to start the day with a song. Peter knew to be what for so tiny! a person must have seemed a long distance away. "I wouldn't believe it if I didn't know where that nest is and that no one could brought that little rascal to vraere he is thought Peter. Thea he chuckled again. "Without making a sound he is telling all who chance to see him whose baby he said Peter, talk- ing to himself. It was a funny sight. No won- peep out and see the Smiling Pool i der Peter chucdea. This downy and what was going on in it and midget was graceiy ooobmg and along its shores. He was still bowing, backward, if you please. thinking about Teeter and his Yes. sir, instead of bowing for- babies. 'ward his head he was DOTT- babies must have been ing with the other half of his body, caught and thought Peter, j bowing backward. Anyway, that "Yes sir that is what must have i is ho" it looked. Thpv are not around i called from across the Smiling Lounge. ALC Show. Time Novelties. Woman of America. Perkins. Young. Kcmances. the Classics. News Commentary. Pointers. Out. For lliladi. Program. Allison Show. Round-up. (In U-S.A, for GIno Pilis) I MaSenl Drot Clwfal tsasia tl Cmtt. LoIM YOU know if you have you'll know it QUICK L-Y when pile miseries RELIEVED 1 was! SATURDAT, MAY 25 Upper Club. Upper Club. Moments. Report and Morning Melodies. in the Airlane. in the Wiidwood. from Across the Sea. ably hungry hunter found j Sandpiper there. He also them and gobbled" them up." i bobbing and boding backward as rubbed his eves. On' is h-s way. No one seeing him and! Children's Hear. a fla'" at the water's edge J then looking at that bobbing, j Melody Mustangs. i was what looked like a tiny ball of i bowing baby cn the fiat stone mixed brown and gray down cn j nave a two tir.y legs. It was so much the wnose oaby it. wa color of the stone on which it was. j Peter didn't. It belor. Peter wouldn't have noticed i; had Sandpiper over there. The on.y: Time Novelties. it not begun to bob and teeter as) doubt in Peters mind was whether j Age Hit Review. Morning Neighbor, grav down cn' have anv coubt at all as toi Show. _----- W3S Lounge. ,ged to that j News. he had so often seen the Teeters that was father or mother- Sut do It was such, a funny sight that that csdn't u-orry him. He had r'niiri-lpd gi-.en up trying to tell the Teeters A pvre prodact of the sugar csr.e, Rogers' Golden Syrup supplies th: need for trcjckly available cncrgv in the ciit of children. As 3 spread for bread, or in many taste-tempting. easily prepared cakes and pies, it is supreme. Most grocers have stocks. THE B.C.SUGAR REFINING CO. LTD. Peter chuckled. "I guess that is one of the babies apart, now. It just has to thought jje was wondering he. and chuckled again. It was a 1 get good guess. If-TOO are bocKea vTHh p3es or j (Copyright, 1946, by T. W. Burgess rectal do not ddsy treatment and nan the risk of letunr thus condition become chronic. Any itching or so-'er.esa or painful pawOTRe of stool M aatxire's warn- ing aznl proper trcaixneat should be sectored Program. could' nnlno J. lie at oscc. For tliis pnrpwe eet a Roid from any This formula which is small, easy to tablet, vfl qv.ickl of Hcm- as is the itching arid soreness and in the aore tender pleasant to use. is hzghlv rcoomrnrnded end it height of foily for any one to rink a painful and chrome pile condition when fate a remedy may be had at such a small cost. Money bacit if you are entirely pleased. NOTE The sponsor of tJiis notice H an ttld. reliable firm dmns; in CanBda for OTCT 20 years. Hcm-Rold your annoying and painful pile condition ao it qoickly, easily and or yonr own of this romarkably snccessfol coats yon Try It today. Go to Nature would you find Babies eartv taught to mind. Rabbit, It -a-as funnv. Yes, sir. it -teas funny. No peter Rabbit chuckled as he -watched. On a flat stone at the edge of. the -water oi the Smiling Pool was one of the cutest babies in all the Great World. From whare Peter peeped from beneath a big fern that baby looked like a pinch of soft down on legs as small as It was a tiny bird, so tiny and so young, less than two days old, that if he nearer to thai baby witnout it too much when he fi oharp cai! from across the Smiling Pool. He recogr.ired :t- He had heard Jt before. It was the Sandpiper daiiger signal. Ke saw Teeter, or Mrs. Teeter, uhich- j ever it was, take wing and disap- pear up Laughing Brook. Hei I looked back at the baby Sand- j piper. Rather he at _thej flat stone on uhich the baby had been. There was no baby on it There was no sign of a baby. Peter looked everywhere but there was no sign of that baby Sand- piper. As he had turned he had caught a glimpse of a swiftly moM-ig form low over the water. Now he looked after it and saw it disap- pear among the trees up Laughing "NERVES ff iuj uerer went tired. ft her terj of her Hut needed attention. med Kidney PiUs it once. The hnproTed ac6m her helped to dear my bind excess tcids. backache, headache. of tntryj appeared. DwWj Kidntj PHlt contain essential oik and medicinal insredienti that act directly upon help rutore their OKBalactiw. 144 "You can't fool the French's mustard in Mom's sand- that makes them the best in Right! For tang, smacko, zip be sure to add French's to egg, meat, cheese sandwiches gives the ''right-bite" for hearty noon and snack-time appetite! THE FLAVOUR'S DlFFBRENTl JEWS PA PER I .FWSFAPFR! ;