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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE Armed Robber Sought By Police LAMOST. Jan? A Soyal Canadian. lloun'ec seardi was undera-a-. :r. tcis 26 miles eas: cf .o- day for an armed rocer Tended TVUUaia -o., three siiocs as is in Bacterial TROOPS OX THE MOVE t: i (By The Canadian Press) i Homeward oocnd Dur ot Katiax Lady Hocze> -ai'h :44 of -he Canaclan army, C27 KCA-F. 13 R-C.N. Wilt Enemy Of AlbertaAlfalfa Probe Death Of Ontario Man KINGSTON CO r-c; Ontario orovzncLa: was e-ectec cf the Wes-ern Canaciart c' the nameo staged cn'investigat.oncf "he ces-h H- lasi niaht a: r.earbv cf Efavard Francis 22 had bein .-arai o. a i-I :r. tl-e fcK-rf across a Taesdav pss. bra bsSe: s -rec -cm -he tbe house. A" he -ai -_ oacjiyaroof :ii" hcsse he sfcarec K-V _-- r--h hs brc-her. Bfr- nard and Os'oorr.e AJoert 26. f.e'c 01 -5-- The larer "o ;hex --O or u-. Albera thev both rifles Uiey mfeczec _ '5 to ard M" ianVis cf Govt. Aid To Convert Suites EDMONTON, Jane A grant of has been authorized by the federal emnient through the Mcr'gace and Housing Corpora- to "finance coniersion of 135 s-uites a: the united States army air base here for housing, it li-as announced by Alberta goiernnient to- Th" be used to he use Z35 married veteratss the cf AI- ber-a Tha Alberta go-vemmer.t is SIOOCSX) on its pro-.ide for leterans attending t-e university. British Farmers Grim, Melancholy IX5NDDX. June ture Minister Toci Williams agreed his house of commons critics that British agriculture is m a "irini and melancholy posi- tion. bV. contended -there was o-aasg J could done to avoic :he prophesies of misery. I meniber to tell us exactlv what alteration they woula NEWLYWEDS TO ILT.U. Rules In RIDE IN JEEP IX3UISA. Ky., June 20. Mrs. Delbert Sprouse. 79. and 0 s her 18-v ear-old husoand looked An Tjnpleasant Surprise forward today ro a ICO-mile >eep ride Sunday to Hunt- ingtoa, W.Va amusement park. You'll find to run Mav be mucin wiser than to Mother Nature. Little Squeak, the half grown; sou of Meadow Mouse, luuig under an fcoard 01 uie Green Meadow Quite by accident Conflict With Labor Code OTTAWA, June Minuter MitcheU said Wednesday m the commons that of the gion, W.Va amusement par. h commons that rules 01 me The Gladys ceulyweds j JE-e-aauonal Typographical Union, tho instead of ail trike TMtn are taking the trap instead of ail oaer of for a pearance in a New, York eight club. The latter, says Mrs. Sprouse, be "a heap o' tuue to be from the chickens and hogs." The jeep ior the trip to Hunt- ington will be provided by an park there. Sprouse. a widow for fore her recent raar- be her Srsi tnp of Lawrence county. W.A.C. CRATED ff FOE0 TKl-CKS FOR SALE eatal Sta'ion at 2 TOP HIT5TONIGHT New Wheat Is Tried In West are :or sa.e j wrs-XiPECK June rr5ulf% are" located 2: railway err. Windsor. cfoang Western Can- HARVEST IN of Agronomy 1 Chamber Members Open Conference EDMONTON, June 20 1'tn annual conterence of Junior Chamber of Comme.-ce Canada sot underway aith resistranon of 175 delegates I frcm all parts of Norm t New Zealand and a message ua-e w cxi little Mouse was the ministry of agriculture fc.e was quite alone. Old Mr. Toac and fisheries, the standard form for had left in something of a hurrj i a motion critical of departmental i He said it was time for hin ______ I _ ______ _ _ J %i.A OftT! operations. ne of Stress Saluting In Russian Army JUT i to move and off he had gone. hop. i hop, hippety-aop. He had seemed in a hurrv. "I said Uttle Squeak Grand Mufti Is [Said In Egypt a newspapers of tne aouutaui iiere in conflict with the feaeral 13 Mr "Mitchell itad been asked by Winnipeg m regard to the sit- uation at. sb- Winuipeg Tribune. The minisiei said the code pro- vided tijat all the terms of a col- lective agreement between em- ployees and an isere jeci to final ana binding arbura- -The union its own genera! rales including lo- cal union rules must become a pars of the coiiecwe agreement every employer with -Ahorn such an agreement is negotiated." ilr. i ita ATLii. Gav said s presiden: Edwara _ a decree establishi i O Connor of Calgarv to carry into regulations for ever, sphere a feeling of navy. IncludiiiK a ic- upon sane acd a QU1re2neat that all personnel strictly a-.atude :owarc current, the rules of military pohte- I MOSCAW, June 20. The armv newspaper Red Star Wednes- day "said Stalin has establishing new for -he Rus- sian 'army and navy. Including a re- CAIHO. June The Grand j Mitchell said. ot Jerusalem. Moham- j "One provision of the general Jo himself. he ceciced so j mcd Hussemi, who escaped rules of the union is that, such s time for "n from pranee early this month, is in rules are not suojeet to arbitra- ui uith the provisions of the wartime had I labor relations regulations The source said the Mufti bothering him? meant a little dark under that board and he felt leader M0300V.-. June cs :hai seiec'ne c- croo has oer-m c IllSUlt tittKMt AND be necessarv :o __litv :or other "of the wes- he added Tne "ias the same cesrree o. Do You Suffer From Headaches? It is hard to struggle along a. head tiat aches and all the time. A headache need not be sa illness in itseli, but it may be a warning symptom that there is intestinal sluggishness within- To heio overcome the cause of hesdacbe it is necessurftdT eliminate the waste catter from the system. _ Buraock Blood Bitters heirs to remove the cause of headacces br regulating tlis digestrre Sd neutralmng acidity, regulating the constipated bowels atd npffilnggiA liver, and when this has been accoaplished the headaches should disappear. Get B. B. B. at any drug counter. Price a bot Je. THs T. Co.. Lirntgd. Torxffito. Oat grant, asjlum to Haj Amin A! Hus- JiiilA t com- requirements: to conserve military j little paths in gary Westi Tuesday :n the the semi, the mufti of Jerusalem. and state property; to respect su- j sky. blue one day Lufti El Said Pasha, foreign mm- mons complmientea Labor Minister iiat-C j perrors and chiefs, strictly qbserv- j next. You see he naa ici for naming sanctuary- to the mufti. -o comckaien: Mr. Mitchell ana ne hoped those who could save food for Canada and the world MONTHSAL, June Ehrenburg. Russian -writer, compar- uncer _Gorcon. sell, jn? opimons he hag seen SENATOR McCKAE ILL OTTAWA, June Senator D. McRae of Vancouver is 'sen- cuslv ill" in Civic hospital. Tne senator attendee committee meet- ings on Parliament Hiil earhei Yi ec- nescav bu; on the acvice 01 in the Canadian j Nazi Dri_ m0' nere calumnies against sis' the seeds of ivar that "there are those who I their "ifr in the hone that iv.Il spend their blood." Mr Ehrenburg, winding up a visit Montreal under the auspices of feared. Black Fussy the-----------. almost caught him. His equally j young cousin had been caught byj Blackr tne Crow. So he v.-ould alwavs be watching for Doas andj TORONTO, _ _ _ 0' FULL SCALE PROBE SEEN June "I am informed that the Winni- oeg Tribune did not insist that its bv-laws should become part of the collective agreement between itself and the Mr. Mitchell re- plied. NAMED ASSISTANT EDITOR E. newsnaperman, Arihur. Ont.. has :ant editor of "Jective July 1, _. He succeeds joiuu- who held the post of managing editor and who now becomes director of editorial research. R, A. McEachera is ecxi- tor. TO UiiUCI. LiiC VJ- the Xationa! Council of Canadian- him cf all the Gangers _._- I Tr TI-OCT HOT- QTTj: Cats and crows, iie woncerea i- uuity 01 E. iuu-ccaie investigation other people had as many enemies- into transactions that caused Beau- 'fj to watch fo'-. How much thai small 1 lieu Yellowknife gold mine stock to 1 Mouse had vet to learn! And he'drop from S2.60 to 60 cents witmr., muss learn "-1 all the hard way. i two was seen today -Cllow- ing an announcement bv C. F. Tague. chairman of the Ontario j securities commission, that tne. commission was completing a pre- the dangerous way, by experience. for having left home and father and mother rhere was none to tell after Mr. oo Te setor iiaTbeen ill for I "'tee and a serious olcoa co liminary inquiry. Chesterfields and Car Upholstery cleaned and demothed on or off the premises. Ready for use in six hours. COLOR-BRITE CLEANERS Phone 2569 Xight cr Day Wow-famous Mercm JUl> lU'jrwiiiij t-ti-vitj. j loier. the new leaves jus; begin- mng to open. He was in the midst of some jusc off one of the small k jaths through the grass wnen he J leard a squeak of fright. Along l he little path past where he was lidden in the midst of the clover j a Mouse as fast as he could i oossibly make his short legs carrj lim. Hight behind was one of J those strange, long creatures with- out legs. He was like the lntle J one who had bothered Old Mr.. Toad, oniv he was big and shining j black. Without knowing who he was or anything about nim, the i ittle Mouse was filled with sud-1 den and great fear. Ee snook all over. Of course, it was Mr. Black- snake whom he had seen. For a long time tattle Squeak stayed right where he was. He was well hidden there and he was smart enough to know it and to stay tnere. For the time being he lost his appetite. But with little peoDle of the Green Meadows fright comes suddenly and often passes as quickly- For a few min- utes he wondered about Mr. Black- snake and how without legs he could get over the ground so fast Somehow he knew without being told that here was another hungry hunter for Mice to watch for and keep out of the way of. Then, recovering his appetite as sud- denly as he had lost it. he began to eat the tender clover, and for- got Mr. Blacksnake. It was some tune before he started for the old board oeneath was his home. Anyway, he thought of it as that. It was tne only place he of that he coula call home A "harsh voice sent him scurrying toward it as fast as he could run. It was tne voice of Blacky the Crow. He was some distance away, but the little Mouse didn't know tnai. It was enough for him that that was the voice of the big black bird who had pulled little Nimbleheels the Jumoing Mouse out from under that" board because the careless little Mouse had left the end of his tail sticking out wnere Blacky's sharp eyes couid ana cid see it. Siraignt for the old board ran Little Squeak and darted under it. He darted out again even more quickly Mr. Biac'-csnake was coiled under" that old board. It was luckv for the >oung Mouse that Mr. Blacksnake had just dined and so was no longer hunsry. Laitle Sqaeas just ran arid rar with no idea of wnere he was gomg Like Old Mr. Toad he knew that it was time to move and he as moving fast. He knew nou that Snakes were to be added to his list of enemies. 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