Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TEN THE LETRBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1946 "Coon Coat Brigade" VISITING AT XEJLSOX Highlights In The News -r -r "Salute to Agriculture" Week Recalls Famous 1910 "Siege of Ottawa" i Fisher i ;snc family are spendin? tfce sum-s i me- mcstfis a: Nelson. B.C.. haling i gone recently. Ke may make Breaking open a cuoboard In the f Ahmed government of s- Faith's decreed that cultivation is to home ihere. AT BOW ISLAND BOV.' vestry in me rear of Faith's, ia Edmonton, a thief escao- j when s S40.66 purple and gathered. has I cease Little Squeak is Glad flowers gathered. all the Green Forest than those of pain and fright B'ackv When he is flvuig above cousin and be and' John Harold Badger. SS. manager I The envious you often find __ To their own blessings wholly blind.; ning from my shadow I >tnf }.o in the toward the Green careless- necuca Agricul High R their local t-as organized in raif Daniel E. .Riley (now Senate! iocs farmers was as itor the Bottom tpe Mother Nature- i he Mrs. G. Mr-che-. Income tax returns -were filed by fnr '944-45. -i vii -wi a oT signt." sawj r He flew on for a few strokes Probably he did knew better, but his tail "is so long he forgot to draw in out of said Clo. mind and returned. At once the Jumping Mouse.; sharp eves something that together beneath an old 'hem to sparkle. It was Meadows. The of a jong- Render tail sticking i cut from under owner couldn't naos Blacky wouldn't have seen: that telltale taU had st not mo-.ed. chuckled again but it was an chuckle so as not to be outside and a? warn ihose board aU the time. "I'm glad my tail as short, so short I can't forget any.pa" Both had he Great everything had already, j a must there is time The next time: "Time to Moie." BIRTH OF DAUGHTER Mice that he was about. and Mrs. He hahted in the grass near the Anderson are receiving con- to the The westerners xisre referred to in the eastern press as the "coon cost bngace." and coming was called "the siege o: Onawa." Ken. Frank Olner, LADIES' AID cemand for zreer trace not Trd clause :r. lol- ve-r S.r Lsurier w.-.s cefeaTec on the US. reciprocity But one were S'-W-s a: :he home, cf Mrs. Jenkins Tr.urs-" f; ofte" ola board He did it gemlv graduations tfl (nil (Till! m. _ _ G f a warehouse and then locked the there is no time at all ?o learn' .Jfeijv Tiiat iai! MtElS f for "The after theai as they made cff what to fear So the wise Mouse He knew t Wet'e-n Gra'n Co 3-33? of sugar at is afraid of is ,nn? its 0-Aner w: "died Saiurcay. VAW Vnrk kn New York, NJ. snat its owner was a verv Mcuse. Anyway only a >at iai! %as still; da-ighter at t i- by tile looks of it pjjaj, June 11. the the birth of a Carmangay iios- i young i isi'er of interior, was nonplussec at tu: sign of eiplosion from his Peter Harder Laid known, a strange sound, an Anvwav a i __ -..-r, r-ittrt f i known movement So they mndceBt enough, G Five of 30 Rotterdam Sea Scou-s run justle of leaves or heedless enough to.leaie part of j ;ien hiding. j frlends Of tlie Welfare Orcle SJZP to :ake home, al nome Wednesday afternoen. thought There be no July meeting. nimOTV To jo Outlines Cause of War Bv RUSSHIXi BRINES. 5. June Tojo claims a coalition of Britain and the Japanese which declared Jr eter rlarder JLalU. i _J---- j :o charges of assault on lir. and. coastline. At Mrs. John Galbraitli and _ 10 KeSt A.. Fen.on_ cf _Mn ,nd damage to uxs home; ,_ always the Green Forest, keep one of while. hungry j ear "enton'arriveci back u; Clares- j with an axe. rn" Tnartdav alter hav-j Coaldaie praver oeeil o-.erseaa for r.early -airee An inquest w reiiiV.el ano He tile Acuitar.ia death of Kost 79-year-olc i Niccl Kfimor.fnn CUnilg derful, long tail outside, i Little Squeak had envied lus foot tvith improvements in medical t _ j for Indians and Eskimos were urged ,5j.jde nis own snort, isu -1 KS ,--o conmions by John R. Mac- j than no tail at all. It ?ee it dpwn under the board. i-i -...-vr i __, TV 1 J 3 ___ .-.____-__t them j Every Day? NEED MORE %F E B DUE BILE _. Cn Monday -uierr.oor. 'cocked oa Sunday Edmonton resicem. killed almost; instantly Saturday tiheri the car' mates. in which he. was ricins overturned j __________ on a highway near la-.oy. Alta, 55 from Woh erhampton. miles eas" of Edmonton, who expects to lollovr her husband' soon. He was attached to :he R.C. O.C. Toronto of I George R- Be-.ts. 70. died in Vic- I tona Saturday. Bom in Elkhorn.. j: jned at Ponoka and Rim- Delegates froni various parts of bey, Alta for 30 cars before uiov- TO AT 'HAT nadr are in Scmonton for the national convention of the Junior Chambers of Commerce of Canada which opens June 19 for a mg to the coast in 1931. j the tay needed. little real use for way. This He wished he had a long his cousin's It didn't occur to :ilm that "he wouldn't know what to do with it if he had it: tha: it j might be most uncomfortable to, drag around after him. Envy is i like that. Seeing the blessings of. ethers we are blin to our own He it wasn't Squeak was still tmnking j i rfwff, Tbe labor department an Ottawa ese) emnire's" trade development by Corme and Ben o: Vancouver., the objecaon of a certain arici jojvn anc; Kenrv of Ontano. All against Eas: Asiatic immigratior.. u; -a-ere ao.e :o ce nreseni i sdooaon of a high tariff ijolicy. anc a, fU3eral. formation of an ecoaomic an charge of ak adoDcicn o- ft. formation of an ecoaomic bloc. A! A camp for junior army cadets. ting of Simon Lunde, between the ages of 12 anc 15 jears. Larsen and Mel'-in and Oscar. be held a; Sylvan Lake :rom moving shadow that sent the two little Mice scur- ijj! ring under the old board was the shadow of Blacky the Crow flying over. There are no sharper eyes, on. all the Green Meadows or in DR.CHASES Paradol Of CJLMOC t Lhtf kte W and priridcs jta koJj' ivmtural hxalhe. Lade iik oases muaaAes, iWiriajhcalsh vfjval'neriui jd needed Wi FRUITATIVES LIVER TABLETS cheese factory near Smith's j I Falls. Out., in which her hair caught j in the aelr of a machine. Hospital j officials said the child was literally hate been doing the July 20 until Aug. 3. About 1001 officiate id shearing of sheep in the dis-! cadets are expected to attend. Most scaiped Dj tae a..c this '.ear. of them will be from the Imeana n: accident. nSHOR joint RCA.F. trauipo'-t squadron landed at Rockcliffe airport. Ot- tawa ?'ter a two-dav trans-Atian- i tic trip as part of the" final A F. aerial repatriation program. Labor Minister Mitchell ar.nounc- gary diocese in the Anglican Ad iar.ce AapeAl has bscn ancj Church offi- that an even wiH be be- fore tr.e apoeal is closed. Nearly ;ubscnp- ___ ____._ Brandon, Edmonton and Saskatoon have also over their quotas. i "Cansec" Livestock Water Spray r _______ Concentrate with D.D.T. added kills house, stable and horseflies, gnats Read directions carefully. 8 ounce bottle to three quarts of -water. 8-ounce bottle..............85C 4-ounce bottle..............50C "D" KILL POWDER GUN D.D.T. and Pyrethrum research indicates it hills cock- roaches, bed bugs, wasps, lice, fleas and ticks. 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