Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1040 THE LBTHBRIDGE HERALD THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY. MAY 25, UMti FOR BOYS "AND GIRLS OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA SHADOW tit INSTALLMENT V Both girls pot out or the taxi Caiubci IJstlng's place. "I'll take you home Ken told Carabol Souvenir, "Hut 1'vo got to solve this mystery "You can't solve it any too quick for said Otirubol Souvenir. "I'm at the ixilnt where- I clon't even know II fin myself or someone else's Kon Mild, "I've got to have that picture I clruw of Gam- bol U-.UIIK. II might help straighten out things." Carnbel found the drawing fold- ed away in her memory book, Cara- bol Souvenir glanced at It, "It looks like us, but those 'eyes are horrible the hair looks like Ken grimaced. "There's a lot ol witchcraft mixed up In our situa- he explained, "There's also tome Dr. Jokyll and Mr. choruMXt both Oarabcls. Ken .Mild, "You phis look alike but. you don't act alike, You both have different inunucrtaiiui. Your voices aren't quite the same pitch, Your personalities are differ- ent. Now If It were possible to give A shadow life, It might turn up ita a Mr, Hyde- a worse, or as M Dr, Jekyll--a better nature than the original "Which of us Is wortc and which In asked Oarnbel UsllriK, "It's hard to Ken wild tact- fully, looking from girl to girl. "You're both awfully nice and awfully pretty, Hut you're differ- ent, Onrabrl Usllng to wrlous, very piccLso. Curubel Souvenir Is more the fun- loving "Co said Cumbel "Well, wo know, of course, there's Mwiothlnn of fytimnllon and CHita- OnhUea in marble and she came to life, And then this business of not casting shadows Is jmre vampirism I" said Carabol Souvenir. Ken looked at the drawing he 'had made. "Our problem to get the shadow to remain a shadow and the leal Carabel to remain ho eonthvucd. only tumble Is that one of you will IH lost and I don't know which loss bo greater." "That's the same fix I waft In to- said Oarabel Listing. "I luu Cross Word Puzzle ACROSH 1, 5, Annoy. 0. Child's Ix-cl, 10, HlnKle 11. Pinnacle. 32. Nevada city. Ki. Dilates. JXiblt note (ab IV, Cereal ci.dn. Ill, Transpose (abj. 20. Irritate, 21 Ktrlngcd Instrument. Criil's name. 2V. Poker stake. Alfjf'ilan fccaport, SO. Kemialne name, DOWN 1, Parts of plays, t'.'nliuge, 3. Ireland, 4, Kyinbol for Ulblum. fi. Hrcak.1 Middcnly. 0. Individual. 7. Peel. fi. Hhorl jacket. 14. One, who cuU. topii off trees. 15. New (lutnea iioii. lit fiorreliitlve to this. 10. Hindu queen. 21. Keu Idrd. Ixwel. 2.'i. Onus of frogs, Uoute 20, O-n aceount dates with both Ken and John and had to decide between thorn. 1 (.till don't know which I like the best." "How did you Curabel iiouvenlr asked. Carabol told about having them draw pictures of her and of Ken winning by tracing her shadow on a piece of paper. "That's how I lost my Carabel explained, "That's how you happened to ex- ist." "Hut I'm not a Cara- bel Souvenir Insisted. "I'm real- you're the shadow I" Suddenly the dooibMl rang. Ciya- hel Li-ting went to the door, yhe was pushed aside and two young men came bustling Into the room. They were John Poplar and youiiK fellow named Joe who had punched Ken's jaw earlier In the evening, "Hc.U Joe snld to Ken. "Ol Koln1! before I punch your Jaw tifain." C'arabel .'Souvenir cried. "Cm (jolni: to leach ixjopU- not to .sU-.il my Blrll" Joe Mid, peeling off his (out. "Tills fellow, Ken waid, .stole John's gill, then he stole mine. I'll show htm to make a hog of Ken felt very wfiik Joe was much hiiftcr than he and John wn.'i litklnc off his coal, Kon lemeuibeied the blow Joe had given him earlier, It had come a.i a complete Kven a smaller man than Ken could have delivered It and brought about the same result, because Ken had not. been (xpeftllni; It, If only Ken j (ould MiipiLse Joe- Without waiting to take off his coal, Ken swung, The blow lund- ed with a sock on Joe's Joe yelped and sat down on the Mnor, Without wnUinc, Ken swung at John, This wallop even more it eant'til. John up pi'dxliriiitcly lit the Mime In the Jaw that Joe's blow had land- ed on Kin CHI HIT John went down for the count and dellvried a Mduid telllni: (in Joe n.'i ilu prove it by your work. It pays lo let your prove what you say you are. Learn to Float, Then to Swim fin you're afraid lo KO Inlo tlio wntcrV Well, let's do fiomethlnf! III First of all, here are two short sentences to wiy over and over: 1. "Tiodlcfl will "It Ui possible to swim and brcallw at tho Mime timer Of course, you have heard Hint It Ui easier lo hwlm In nnlt water than It is In fraih, and easier In deep water than it Is In shallow. That's lino but for a while let'ii not think much about llui.se two things. Ixit's just Miy, "1 can llontl" "I can lirealhe and nwlml" Hay Ihe'o over and over unlll we aro (Hire wo believe what we are flay- ing. Then let's get about, proving those two .statements or no matler whnt we say other folks won't be- lieve us I .'Hippo.se wo find n place whom there to n float, a dock, or any- Overalls Outfit "When look John and .Joe out- .side, Mr. MM I me tinned on the fiont porch Ken explained. here iil.so If, a .slreel, light in (mill ci! Iho hon.'ie. Now elllicr of llieso llcliU1, by K.'iOlf, will n Hut In a ceilaln territory the (wo llghlj, Ilii'le won't be any shadow because one light will hieiall.y lilot nut the shadow efisl by the other, Tlml'ii why we (lldn'l si e anv (ihiulow.'i In Hut bull niiiiil icineiiiber, even mv fihadow There wen; llghU all over (he I mini and shadows wei'i1 piuollrully When we wont lulu the refreshment loom, we shadow.'! filnee Ihe were nil nn one uidc of im. Hill In the ball toom ncibody had a shadow." "Then we nreu'l ellher one tii. luid nuiki! It holler. 4. "You'll !x belter fi, "Yon'ro a cute cauilo) nlder. 7, .Sindkc win; coinhil! nut in voluine.'i. (I. Tomonciw. 11, lie conies U> ihc door, 'jut never comen In. MtOVi: WHAT VOU AUK If you you mo a al ftoniC! Sfiorl. no cine It; nolni- lo think loo much iiboiil II Htil pile up a .'core In the game and tvciyimo will KNOW you're a what It fly ANNK AUAMH filuidy enough lor cundliox manouvi-rs. I'alli-ni 477H Includes ciihy-lo-iiinki- overalls, Jacket and al.so plnyhiilt Tllrectlons, Ho start sewing a summer supply now, 1'iittorn 477U eonieK In nlws 1, a, 3, 4, li, (I. BlKe oveiallfi, 1M yds. ao-lnchj Jacket yd. .Mend cinil.') to tho IiClhhrldgc Herald, I'atlern for each pat- lent. Two weeks' lime should lx> allowed lor pattern lo reach you, UKII This Coupon. Print Your Name and Addrcui Plainly, To: The llcnilil, I'atteni I.i'lhMiilKr, Altu, I'a I tern 10 a o u n a n thing firm find stationary that it would be easy for us to hold on to I Irmly, Take hold of us sny "dock" for convenience-- with bulh hands, then let your feet come up and your body float out until feel that the water te holding you up. When you fcol eomluriahlo lying there lower your chin unUl It Is down into tho water, Hlay In that position for while tho I'eollng ol having Hie walor do all ot the WOIK. Next, pnicliuo taking deep, deep hrealhs, holding them for a bit, then li 1 1 Ing them go slowly and rolialnK all over until you cumpletely ea.w. IDo I his ovir and ovet again unlll all the Miff" ne.'w and light ness go out of your Hotly. Now, do the sumo thins but you are holding your brenlh put your face down Inlo the wal or. When you find that you can do this and keep your body relaxed you hove made a long BWIW you' arc now ready to let RO with one hand and begin lo movo your arms and legs gently, IK) with HIM one arm and then the other Make nil movonienlw veiy Homo day when you fee. nerlivllv fl''fii nomforlable, and relaxed' lei -'go wllh both hands, (hen move your arnr: and iilowlv, gently. You will llnd lint yuiir'Uidy riunUil There you arel Unlewi It Id an ulxsolule Impos- for you lo relax, whleh w dull i- unlikely, or unless you arc skinny, you will find thai von can lie stretched out on (lie w'nler lor a.'i long (is you wish. Try (lie Mime thing on your back, H'j, Inn dial way, tool lieineinbei'! everything slow- ly I Take no nuw Klcp until you led peilccdy nt as far as you ha iv I'une, Any tenwmewi will do- t.lioy all of your good work, Ni'xi, allcr you hnvo learned to Co on I hy (.he dock and flout, WiulU onl uiilll the waler I.s n Ill-tie abovo vour wulM, or even up to your keeping your liuelc to- ward Iho shore, lean over back- ward .'lowly, .'lowly, and let your feet tonic up. There! Now move youi hundii and foot slowly and .see how quickly you knock head nn Hie sandy whore itili.sljc n ruplil KIDDLES 1. Whj lii a caivlng knlle a great Ll'llvelei'V 'i. Whv did Ihe llltlci red school- hoii'r cull lor a cliicloi'V !l, How can you make a pumpkin your or What did Iho bronco say when lit- unMiddlud (lie, cowboy? 6. What did the right angle say to the angle? 8, What doe.s everybody do at the flame llmev V. llow did tho fireman know thai Iho library wiwi on fire? II. Whnt l.s Hint which no man yet did ever nee; which 'never wan, but nlwuy.'i Is to be? 0. Why a bnshful boy like iildewalk? Ansioer To Puzzle BROADCAST KKVIKW OF MKN STANDS TIIK EMl'lKE IT DID? 'I'o paraphrase, the. words of Miil- colin In Shakespeare's .stands the 1'Jmptro where it did? WIUi tho coming of Empire JJny this Is a question which protrudes Usclf. Wo sou Uio fountain head of Empire, which nave the world an Empire of which II, IB said tho BUH never sola, crippled financially In defending the Ireedotn nutl tho rights of man, but holding up Ha head. undauntedly Client Britain, as the senior part- ner In a company of nations born irom Its womb, IMS given the world an example of fortitude, of the spirit, ol "never under cir- cumstances Uic most appalling which it hiis experienced In long existence, In Its long history it hit.'i passed through many phases, going on, In tho words of one of its pouts, from "precedent to preecdenl." The nations through- out Ilia He veil Commonwealth Buns, British ol Nations, have enn led onln the nre.it (vadltiuns of the parent, tin.1 Mother Country, an It is called, and the Mm ol civilisa- tion, changed as the Hmplro Is, hiw not set over thu Umpire ol the tie ven Seas. Financially crippled, driven to austere living, undergoing great privntlonu, Croat UrlUiln, ihu hub ol the llrlilbh Umpire, though Irom a material pulnt ot view docs not stand where It did, still stands where li. did In the inoiul and spiri- tual leadership which it tins given thu world. This we who are part of tlio iirlllsh Kmplro and curving with H can be pioiw. The historian will have uuiuli to nay of Uie passing pliusra of the. British Umpire, individuals may hold dlflereni vliws of what the "muvlnit linger" of time has brought about, but Uie faet stands out, that with I ho recent changes In the pol-' ley ol (.heat iViltnln, such UK we wee now formulated, wo Mto a 10- fcolvo to keep J'tillh with countries, Jor whom U hns assumed iiient re- sponsibilities, lor Hut promotion of goodwill. Thlb at I he present time, can be wild In rrlnllon to Uie wtth- druwul ol Wrilish. troops Horn Tho British Protectorate ended four years alter Hie termination of Ihu First Woiki War, and tho Sul- tan was proclaimed King of I-uypt. Kgypl became a sovereign state by the Anglo-Kgyptlan Treaty, signed in Umdon In lliHU, The military occupation of Kijypt by British troops wns terminated, Provision was made in the treaty for recon- sideration of its terms in lOBC. So much is history. t To come back to more recent times with events with which we are' more or le.sa liunlliar, the se- curity of Kgypt was Hmatenod af- ter the outbreak of war In 1030, and relntoreomonla were sent from Britain and Uio Dominions, What took place i.s fresh in our memory, forming a brilliant part, of the his- tory ol the war now over, nstso- elaied with names that, will live in the pre.sont generation and in generations to come, Tin re we can leave the ciuestlon ol Egypt, with the nnllonnl luspirfillon.s which have risen u.s an iiltormuth of the war and which has raised problems greater limn tiver wllh which Great Itillnin has been conlronted, prob- lems which alfect not only Urcat llriliiln but the British Umpire as a whole, A TOWN A1AKUS A DKCISION 1 am speaking ol weie of distinctive declgn for Cyrennlcn. Tripoiitnnla had own .stamps, overprinted on Italian Mumps, .since and its own .showing animals, i.cones, and rulivs in the colony in 1033 and 1034. A law number of eommonioi alive .sl.vmixs wilh ficones in the colony weie from 1037 to 1035, and most of the airmail Mumps Irom 1031 to 1038 showed scones in TrlpollUiniu. Libia hud stamps from 1012, the first being overprinted Italian slumps. Specific Ublan Mumps were issued from 1031 .showing scones in the country, modernlKnllon of the country, and the highway inch erected by Mussolini on the tend to Egypt. Ah mails .showed plane.s over the country. Hitler and MU.SMI- lint wore pictured on 1041 Mumps. Krilioo, was a .stamp Issuing area .since 1892, had il.s own stamps in 10H, and lenturod mainly .sccne.s in colony on H.s Mumps, the nlr- mail Issues especially .sliowhiif the moun till nous nnltne of Iho country. Italian Roiniillland, known llenn- dlr In when lir.st Mninp.s were issued, ha-s jeleiiM-d many Muiniv, .showing bin game animals of Uio rf group of musicians who have at their disposal an ovor-urowlng audience and .some of Ihe lmc.st, Instiumont.s in the world. ALONG BKOAUWAY Dig news on New Yoik'h wnv eontliiue.s lo be tho visit, ol ..oildon'h Vie lopeiloiy Which last, week liineiieil Is p diictlon nl Cliokhcis'si V vn" to alternate witli Uio "Henry IV" cscle. AJlor the jod moat, ol Falhtaff Hoi spin, Chekhov's, maundering HUSSIIIIIH have been likened by one hunmv local eiille to r.pinaoh- nu- ll li ton's but not delicious. 'Ihe nn- lurallMU ot the 10th eenluiy Hus- hlan play- dlifleull to eatogoili-o at. either comedy or tragedy--is am- clinuietto. alter the robust theatri- cality of Shako.speaic, Chances lor act Inn iiyrotec u les me not, of lend pilnclpals Hal Ulchnrdson ami fjiiironeo Ollvloi such as Uioi.e on which they cnpi- last week: and nlBht of "Uncli! Mr. Uich- mlsou'h voice- wlrahud by Playing Kxlstnlf nine times In Blx dnw; n a i heal re considerably lanter Ihnii thu Old Vie wa.s not at IUs be.st in "''Irsl-nliiliters -whleh did not ln- chide this icportor, In whoso case judi'.iiienl. IK ro.seived--inclined to- wnid disappointment. There was little d who saw Htnry 'IV, Pnii, 11" last week, Coining on Hie heels of the more dramatic and hwlllor-paml Part' 1' it inalnlaincd vigor, tnmi-comcdy on a high level and the nocom- pltshmonl ol brilliant team-play on the Mann despite tho eplaodlc na- (ure on the piece. however, tenltory, while latest issues show- natne.s Victor Kinmanuel, itiil- l.ui liint! wlio lecenlly abdlealed, i.s In I he colony In military uniform on 1W35 stamps. fetiunps iiiuicr Italian ocoup.uion, when eouniiy became Kthiopm, show Vlc'or IJininanuel rtgaiiust na- tive bnekgiuund, lUilinn Mast Africa .stamps, em- braeing all the.se colonfe.s, were Is- sued tnmi 1038 on, feature native life, semes in the colonies, Hahan historical subjects. Now i.s ties Sii'.gaiwrc will appear as a new colony in the Vlc- toiy .stamps lor the lititlsh Kmpirc on Juni> 8, when two stamps for SlngaooJe will be Issued. Som- nlllntul ptoti'cforntc becomes ajln on ihc Victory sUuiips. Kreneh 01 cuplod of Oonnnny IA issuing fttamivi of IweLs Heine and Schiller in .similar di-.slfcn lo 1-rcnch to funions men. Nature Stories Hy HANKLYN The Changeable Newt This Is tii." Time of year that chll- djcn an- hiiMjlni; lo sclmol In ihe morning, laden with jius of fiogs eggs and ladixjlps. These will be watched with gieat Internal the class n.s tluy UiroiiRh. various sUiKcs of dcM lopment to become adult nous. Other Interesting membei.s ot pond society art- the Kfts or They are .small orange-red .salamanders, found on country xwuls and putlis after H hummer i.iln. Newts only travel in wet tto.i'hei; without moisture thoy up and perish, When fiis' hatched Irom an i-gfi', In a pond or water lilli'd quarry, tho Niwi looks very much like a llnv mmiunv with fe.ithcty pills Giadimlly iho body nils out, Btow h'g-s and Uic yills Ihoy me now able lo bn.tih( with lungs and c.ui leave tho water. A nice damp homo is iound, usually under a log Moni1, fiom whuli Di'i nud-.e ocea.slonal 101 lood in the dump .Mtcr 2'4 yeais on land, back to the water Ihoy Anothoi i hange then takes place. The oianiu -ici! beeomcA olive ll, undei- pnti. turn bull, Uie (all devious ,v Mvl and I.s more suitable ,1- a ,'wnnnilng organ. The Newt is mi aquatic dweller again, ii-malnnig so for the rest e-I iUs lite. Mating eome.s ntxt, Inwod by layins, and veiy Interesting to watch. Mrs. Nevrt cinofully .soloets a leaf on a water plant, folds It double, using her hind and deposits an egg in the fold. Tho ouff, enclosed in nn envelope of Micky Jelly, holds tho leat loRolher, hiding .it from hungrv enemies. All or the aquatic stage-, Newts make f.iselnntliM? additions to an nciunrium. 'I'hey are easy to feed and 1C the aquarium Is propelly balanced, need very little care. Anyone IntoivMcd can write to me In care of tills paper, and inlormu- Uon wilt be gladly sent about how to find them, anil also how to make an inexpensive balanced aquarium. NFWSPAPFK!