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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBEIDGE HERALD Vvralll CLASSIFIED ADVEKTISING BATES csjust S ccaau S3 fiapcuaSaaeal Ji.00 CLASSIFIED DISMJLT target DE LAVAL equipment. ail BKIXGLXG UP FATHFR By GEORGE McMAXCS milkers, cream separators of sizes. Large stock of dairy iag solunons. A. C. McDOXAUD, John Deere Jjocai Aseacy. 1245-2zni Avenue South. Pboce lie per tae. I3e Stork lace S poast V. per !a Caaada: rssr One TT.S.A. er wteit Jor tie by 10 Be Sa CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE house for sale, close 12 possession of ground flocr at early date. Revenue frcrs upstairs} month. j BARROWMAN i ROY _______Rosy Theatre Bldg. 1497 j BUNGALOWS, Houses and Business Prooertv for ssle. BARROWMAN i- ROY _______Rosy Theatre Blcg. "OR Ave. North. 5 roons, serni-tnocem. en half acre. Garsse. Iinmecate possesses- ror particulars apply W. M. HARRIS AGENCY HUH Blocs. 1542 JOHN DESKS Combine, No. 9. en rubber, 12 it. with Ready to work. KAREL ROELOFS Agent John. Deere Plow Co. Monarch. Phone I5O5 "EVERSMAN" LAND LEVELLEKS We tare a touted n-JLniber of ihese ccmicg in. Place your orcers cow to insure your one of these verv efficient "ROBBIX BEET Orders for delivery are now beicg taken for these loaders. AbU- ir.- to obtain triil have a great deal of bearing: on how snarly of these loaders can be rurned out- Drop in and consult us oa these can supply you mblyr tires on vour cne tEfHBRIDGE FASM EQUIPMENT J.I. CASE SALES i SERVICE 1253-2nd Ave. SJath. _ _ SELL TOCK HOGS TO W. T. HILL. Lethbridxe. To get heaviest dressed weights and highest msrket prices on the rmlL Top prioes al-arays pala for feeder hogs. phone 2696: office 3395- ticense No. 7375. 115 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Csed tumiture. SsoYes, Of AH Kindt. St. Louis; pumirere Store. OJd Coraisiiers 5th Street S. Phone 2S10. IN stenograph- _ er for permanent position. Short- j FI tires. Milk River. 152S! ____ FOR SALE OR TRADB for car, j hand and neat required, i Indian motorcycle. Good condition. State salary expected. Apply Box j H. Ostrup, Sox 61, Picture Butte. 59. Herald." 17171 _______1669 AY STACKERS, very latest, fits; 200 RXXP. New Hampshire year-old PHOvjr ,-ery tractor, available now. laying hens. Good layers. Ia first Rosemary Farm Supply j likS: Rosemary. elevator. John Ratke. 15S7 i Tractor on rub- S Oakland Sedan, tires and good. Serial No. 10121. J. D. jf HELP WANTED, good CENTRAL SECOND j TWO SHOK CLERKS wanted im- j Hirsche, Bos 32. Nobleford, Alta. Sell or lurnl- j mediately for local store. Apply" 1527 5th i stating age. experience if any. and clothing, etc. 408 133S Model L Case ber. Available July 10th. Best FOK SALE MISCELLANEOUS offer over S1500. IS foot duplex I.H. 2---------r Torrx C. me weeder. 3175. P.O. Bos 340. j USED PIANOS Raymond. H. P. Schseleer. loo? _ _ drainboard sink, in good conditioa. Phone 3457. 1555 salarj- expected to Box 15 Herald. if HOUSES TO RENT WILL SWAP six roomed fully rcoc- to tear COTKT. aa annex at Nobleford. Apply Noble Parm. 1581 1334 Kartey Dandson. SOOcc de luxe single, good condition, fully equip- peci- VTill trade for car. 1930 to 1934 iully or best cash offer. 9C5-7th St. N. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1946 FOLKS! LET US HELP YOU ENJOY YOUR HOLD1AY SEE US FOR Camping Equipment Tents, Sleeping Bags, Air Cushions 8x10x2 Tents, S-oz. duck 17.3 5 8x10x3 Tents, duck S2O-5O 12x14x4 Tents, 10-ox. duck Pup Tents Sleeping Bags Air Air Haversacks Compasses Thermos Bottles Dunnage Bags Pack Sacks Coleman Fishing Tackle Sun Glasses Camp Hatchets Hip Boots Flash Lights SPECIAL Xe'W Bungalows, immediate possession. N. Bl PEAT at CO. 1504 for the Magratn CARS TRCCKS WANTED YOU ARE INTEHBSTED in selling or rradins a car or see us. 334-ith St. S- block of Alexandra HoteL Daniel- Used Cars. 1024 Consumers Hardware -THE STORE WITH THE STOCK- _____ M. F. WHTMSTER J- WHI5ISTER E- A, SHARMAN CO. LTD. 1051-2nc Ave. 5. Phone 2173 "O3 SALS Five (v Ime roomed house j 13S3 T, -r-ade 1540 -ton Interna- j sear bus and street car iena! no. D15-24SO. -Kheel me. Arralr 1265-Sth Ave. N., after 6 j 130 -R-m tave 1935-1S40 car j cash difference. Phone J. Wat- ers. 3291 _ 15SS MASSED HARRIS 6-foot ay disc -Kith ne-sr pans. Boyden. i Wilson Sicing. _ 1616 j TTB and ten-acre irrigated plots some seeded, buildings, immediate possession. Very choice locaaon. w. r. 2105-14th Ave. S. 15S7 SEVEN roomed house. 10th Ave. J S. make two good sores. HE- Efciate aossession for cash. Apply "W. L. BLOUNT 2l05-14th Ave, S. 1622 IT5! -oomed semi-modem dwell- SHOO cash. one month. FOR John Eteere trac- tor. Completelv overhauled. Also istack alfaifa. firs: cuting. Taro miles vres: of Park ins. 805-Sth Ave. X- Pcssessioi; in about B. J. MERCHANT Metcalie Bidg. 1S60 FOR Pacemaker tor. Excellent condition, good rub- ber. Box 203, Taber. Phone 1517. 2JINS roomed------------- __ Ssrl" occupancy. EasUy converted cash. Seven roomed house, fully fur- nisnsc. 3rd St. S, Five rooms rented. Income S55 a month. Immediate MERRILL AGENCIES Metcalfe BIk. 5th St. S. Phone 4474 1682 TWO Massey Hams double disc harrows, 10-ft- Phone 91-1413. 1555 i 2 HAY STACKERS. j i 2 Massey Harris Mowers, one year i i old." L. A. Case Tractor, gc-cd condi- tion. A. c. MCDONALD John Deere Local Dealer 1245 2nd Ave. S. Phone 2043 1571 crrr "WANTED to buv, Sve or ten seres of irrisated land is. or near city. Must have buildings and be on pow- er line. Bos 43. Herald. 1575 Modern, bungalow In goon district. "Must have 3 bedrooms on around floor. Acply Bos 55, Herald. 1891- BTHLDINGS FOB SALE HLaY barn, 35x50, 12-fr. sides, one- half rcof. single board pad cleats. Half mile eass Judscn Sid- Ins. What offers? Bos 56, iierEid. 1683 RtiRAL TOWN PROPERTY roomsd iiouse and garage on three lots. In good repair. A. Vetsch. Carmangay. Alta.______1658 FARMS FOR SALE POULTRY Farm situated in pros- perous town. 3 room stucco dTreDing, full basement, poultry house 20x70, brooder house, granaries, garage, etc. Some etruinment. 500 CMarch) chickens. 200 heas. Apply HENRY SCHWARTZ Service ftssn 1554 640 ACRES, partly irrigated, Ma- grcth arsa. EsceHeiK spiing, good buildings. Can bs purchased wi crop and stock. 640 acre ranch; two 430 ecre ranches, pinchsr creek area. We have buyers for dry farms EOHth and east of Lethbridge. MERRILL AGENCIES Metcaife 31k. 5th St. S. PJJOEE 1624 14-ft. Self-propelled Combine. Rebuilt, like new." 12-ft. Oliver rubber tired grain master. One man controlled with extra down grain reeL 12-ft. Oliver grain master, on rub- ber. Like new. 12-ft- John Deere No. 9 auger type, en rubber. Nearly new. 10-ft. John Deere power takeoff No. 7 combine on rubber. Like ne-sc 6-ft. John Deere No. 12A Combine on rubber, win motor and two pick-ups Used verv little. 8-fr. Cocksh! bine acres. Wf CONCRETE Supplied to meet any speci5 cations. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION CO. (ALBERTA) LTD. Phone 2939 1734 s-eaay ern- kitchen j ploymeni :h2 year round for satis- i BEDROOM to rent. -Kith Business Tivdman prefer- factory man. "some Diese! exnen- 14th St. N. _ 1564 vrculd be an asset but not es- red. 234-i-iLa is.. eat- wuiuu ae azi asses, ou: noi es- j 1 APARTMENTS TO RENT j 6 Fully experienced Auto Mechanics. AS NEAR AS TOCR TELEPHONE! DIAL 3610 For prompt delivery WASHED SAND i GRAVEL Tour orders receive immediate .attention LETHSRIDGS -SAND AND GRAVEL CO. P. O'Sullivaa, Prop. 1327 FURNISHED Housekeeping Suite Anoly i 2 Fully exberlenced Truck _________S36-9th St. S.______1670 I Mechanics. 3 Lublicatio" Operators. fc- SUMMER RESORTS__________! 3 utility Men. TOURIST Room, reasonable, j use of kitchen for breakfast only, in Kitialina district, Vancouver. Apply Bca 41. Herald. --___________1541 j A'rTENTION Mr. and Mrs. Trav- eller. A lovely plsce for your vaca- tion, crivate beach, boats, fishing. 3 Front End Men. 1 Fully qualified Auto Painter. 1 Painters Helper. 1 Cashier tmafe or 1 Janitor. For employment in attractive new premises, excellent working condi- I George Hotel on the beautiful Soot- 4th j enay Lake, Kaslo, B.C. 1715 j Box 4S8. VULCANIZING moulds, plates, good boiler, jor sals cheap, or trade for anything. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE AND AfTO %VRECKERS. 1240 I Lethbridge, Alta.! 1663 i THREE Burner perfection oil stove, S10 Renfrew hand machine condition. S10. 735-12th St. N. 1520 _______ -wanted. aast or three room suite i Kuotenav Pow.er ComtJanV. Cole- furnished or unfurnished, by quiet j Alberta. 1711 K-.-serviceman and wife. No chil-; dren. Bos 35. Lethbridge.______1521 PRINCE OF "WALES Hotel. Water- tnn National Park, Alberta, has WANTED TO HIRE FLAT BED TRUCKS SUITABLE FOR FLOATS FOR JOLT 4TH PARADE. RE- QUIRED FOR JULY 3RD AND MORNING OF JULY 4TH. Good Rental Paid ART SIGN CO. PHONES 2203 1601 REVISITS HOME MACLEOD Mrs. Elizabeth Fraser left on Friday for her old home at London. Ontario, following many years spent at Nan- ton and Macleod. Mrs. L. Ander- I son and Mrs. Rod Moses of Mac- leod and Mrs. Bert Bridget of Hanna are daughters. Little Squeak's Discovery! that life Clinic Report Shows Trace IB. final re- port on the T.B. mobile X-ray unit, has been received. A total of 80S X-rays were taken, and of tnis number onlv one shows probable active TJB. condition. Five were j probable inactive. I Ten further examinations were Some things enhance You'll .find discovered chance. Old Mother Nature. quite by A Ford Coupe or little Squealt. young son of Danny Meadow Mouse, had found that he had a big cousin named Jerry Muskrat isrho seemed to be more as home in water than on drv land. Also thai he had nothing Coach in good condition. Kovacs. Jr.. Shaughnessy. to fear gave from this big cousin. IL a strange feeling, this T.VANTED Accommodations at onsnings for engineers, first class Kovacs. Jr.. Shaugnnessy. Ifo3 I bigger than himself. In the short Wrtertoa Park for three adults Alberta certificate. 200 h.p. prefer- j 1939 up. Must be in j time he had been out in the Great not" being afraid of one so much from Julr 21st to August 4th. Got- j ably, some Diesel experience; also lage preferred. P.O. Bos 99, Leth- j one with carpentry bridge. 1553 i salarv, boara, room and transnor- H." H. close in preferred, would Eoswell. ilgr. 1701 i-ew hand power washes -ysr and wife reouiring unfumish- j tanon. "Write or telephone, and wringer, both in Al close in" preferred, would 2oswell. Mgr. re-decorate same in pan payment of rent. Box 40, Herald. 1551 j bedroom TrnrVinff rirl nn south side. BO: for DINETTE Suite. Like new. Also a wardrobe trunk. Phone 3ia4. 1504 BEATTY VACUUM CLSAN2R working girl on south Side. Bos 49, 'Complete -with attachments. i Herald. 161" 1543' 'Complet 533-12th TWO girls wish to rent s. FOR shingles now on j three or four room furnished suite. the roof of annex zz Nobleford. Ap- References. Bos 50. Herald. 1611 ply Noble if HELP WANTED, Male or Female Good good condition. Rov Xakatsuru. c-o World, juss a few days, he had Mr Broses. Picture Butte. had narrow escapes from Flip the three miles east, one mile north. j Terrier, Black Pussv the Cas and 1659 Grandfather Frog. He had bad to or 5_! run from Mr. Blacksnake and hide GOOD COOK TCANTED. wages to right party. Rex Coffee JL. PERSONAL Shop. Taber. Alia. 20 Coach passenger couae. Will pav cash.! from Blacky me Crow. He would Phone 2110. have to watch for these all the STS-PIECE Breakfast Suite, gss j tecnins room for middle burner for furnace. 542-12th St. A. j coupler Applv RUDD. 4563, I aged i 1540 I WANTED niMEDIATELY Re- liable couple to take over steward's duties at golf club, Lethbridge- Re- __________ "ELY needed "by young furnished or tinfur- Phone 3533. 1633 23-in. two seasons. lake new. 1941 Dodse deiuse 4-door Sedan. Radio "and healer. Compietely overhaulefi. s tires. Will trade for machinery. 1941 Ford light delivery, run i miles. Trade fof machinery. j Email rubber tired Combine win be taken m trade on large ones- Balance in rriyment can be fin- j anced on easy terms. GRAHAM 3IOTORS AND MACHINE CO. Phona 147 or 312 Raymond j 16SO i WAITERS. Waitresses and bus boys full or -part time. Apply mornings. Marquis Hotel. 1598 HAY "Breatheasy" relieves instantly. Sold on refund guarantee. For par- ticulars write Breatheasy of Can- ada, LixL, Vancouver. B.C. 1162 rest of his life. So it was truly wonderful to find some one who was not looking for him to eat. He watched his big cousin swim witii just his head above water, dive, disappear and corne up again on the far side of the Smiling Pool. it was the most wonderful thing he stomach ever had "seen. If I could swim like that T. KITCHEN Help wanted. work- Sleep out. Apply Mrs. Mc- Lean's Dining Room, 1104-6th Ave. S. 15S3 JOHN DEERE hav loader, double drum, Al shape. William W. Wilde, j Box 306, Raymond. Phone 128. Ray- i Trmrid. 1693 i BLEACHED COTTON f 1 o u r }j I sacks. No mail orders. IRRIGATION BAMS canvas and jute. Canvas, new, 33 to 84 ins. tfidc. CANVAS TARP5 made to meas- ure. ___ PACK SACKS HAVERSACKS suitable for hiking fishing. couple -sill and property while i are vacationing. ex- cellent references. Phone 3994. 1259- -fr FAR3I HELP WANTED Ave. S- 1573 j man. -srife QUICK RELIEF from troubles heartburn. sour stomach, ef- trouldn't be afiaid of anything or fective Wilder's Stomach Powder.; anvbocy" soueaked the Little General 5Qc and SI at an druggists. X Mouse "when "Jerry came ashore SLENUOR TABLETS are effective near him. "I guess the water is Two weeks' supplv SI: 12-weeks S5 the safest place in all the Great At an drussists. __________F he added. Jerry Muskrat shook his head. SOUTHERN ALBERTA SACK CO. Rear 103-5th St. S. 1592 URGENTLY NEEDED. 3 furnished i heia in house, mixed, farm, irriga- or linfunushed rooms, or small j tirn, stock- Experience required, house, by s. veteran, of two wars, Senarate house. R. W. Clow, Box wife ana school girL Phone 2536 1665 SECTION, within one miie Wilson elevators. No buildings. Half crop, lialf summerfallow. with or wiUicus crop. Box 53, Herald. 1657 341 ACRES improved farm ia Pincher Creek district. New house, ham, garage, chicken houses, etc. Crops in excellent condition. Run- Eiag; water for house and stock. Also sec. of government lease, 4 years to run. THIS IS OPTIONAL. Has to be seen to be appreciated. Setting -with or without full line equipment, etc. Priced for quick Bale. J. W. RTTTHERFORD Real Estate and Insurance Agencies Phone 163 Piccher Creek, Aita. 1575 1.Q33 Plymouth motor. Good concu- tion. 30.000 miles. Call at 830-7th St. after 6 MACHTNEKY WANTED WANTED USED TRACTORS, COMBINES and GRAIN SEPARATORS Of all makes. R. T. GRAHAX. Allis Chalmers Dealer. Phone 147 or 312. Raymond. 988 Frank Loewen. Coaldale. 1615 Fiarso. Apply rear 413 TWO or three rooms furnished or unfurnished, as soon as possible, i Please -write or call Mrs. Marynick. i JOJS-Bih St. N. ____________1595 URGENTLY need 3 or 4 room un- furnished srnte or houss. Ex-ser- viceman, wife arid 3-month old babv. Must vacate present quarter Julv 4. Phone 2653. 1704 42. Picrore Butte. 1565 SPARS the aching back! Get weed i freedom the easv Sprav on You woman t DE-WEED (concentrated" 2-4-Di you are on land. be any safer than Come to think tural supply dealer. WANTED -frLOST AND jf TEACHERS___________________ APPLICATIONS invited for graded j on ve ana highway between Water- USED Willis I3th St. N.. after 7 p.m 1L23 SET of beginners golf clu'cs Apply 324-15th St. S. 1563 GIRL'S TWO Can 343-20th S. N. CYCLET j jf HELP WANTED, FEMALE dressmaker or taOoress. Steady employment. Apply 122 MeFarlaad Sldg. 972 TWO WAITRESSES WANTED S20 per week. Apply Maple Leaf Cafe. 1136 i Junior, Inserffii School rooms in Taber sion. Low enrolments; nations suitable for man and wife coth teaching. Basic salarv: SHOO, S1200, S1400. Scpenence 5450: de- gree S300. Principalships and special certificates extra. Apply to H. J. Hart. Secretary, Taber. 1545 teacher for intermediate grades. State age. experience, quali- and salary expected. T. 2. the permanent weed kffler that dees j of it, you woulon c be as sate. Have not harm erass At vour agricul- i you forgotten that Grandfatner i Frog lives in the water? Have you i forgotten how big that mouth of i his is, and how near he carne to catching you even on said he- Little Squeak shivered. He re- membered that big mouth and how near it had come to closing on him- "But he is oaly one to watch for, and on land I have amination by "those receiving this Seven nleurisy. inactive, were re- DO'ied and 13 "non-tubercular con- ditions were shown, making a total of 36 reports from the SOS X-rays. BRIDE-ELECT GLENWOOD. (HNS) An- other bride-elect 01 this montb_, Miss Melba Glines. was the nonorea guest at- a pre-nuptial shower, held on Wednesday last as the Samuel Law home. A large group was pres- ent, and the bride-to-be received manv useful and attractive gifts. Glines' marriage to Stanley Warren of Eweline is expected to take place soon. COMPLEHENTER ________ mnior and inter- mediate "Sunday school classes were entertained at a party on Fnaay evening at the church, compli- mentarv to Misses Jean and Shirley before they leave for their new home in Milk River. After a program of songs, contests ana games, Shirley and Jean were pre- sented with silver lapel pins as farewell gifts from the classes. MARK ANNIVERSARY STIRLING. (HNS) Mr. arid Mrs Orson Seely celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary by giving a. public dance in the recreation hall, with the Anderson Sisters orchestra of Lethbndge in attend- ance. FneniSs and relatives attend- ed from Cardston, Lethbridge, Wrentham, New Dayton and Moun- tain View. tors. Lakes and Mountain View, con- Turning all the possessions of a including vear book valuable to owner. Name on snttoae. Wallace W. Ca.aweL, Phone 4211. Re- i "Or notify Lethbridge Police Stntion.________________________1634 leather purse, 13th j see St. and 1st Ave. S. Contains regis- out triere. EATONIA Vacuum Cleaner, attachments Like new. S45. 924-7th Ave. S. 1650 1552 i NURSS or Stenographer with some igj i nursing ability, for doctor's office. Auplv 7 to 8 pan, 107 Sherlock Bldg. 1395 i if SITUATIONS WANTED REMINGTON RAND noiseless tvpe- wri'er. in perfect condition. S100. Mrs. Clifford Harris, Milk River. Alta. 1649 ______________________________ Binders. Must be J ia good shape. Write stating condi- i tion, make and pnce. 2roder Can- BUFFETT in Al condition. Call be- i tween 6 and 8 pjn., suite 8, Victoria t Mar-sions or Phone 2633.______1656 OSTERMOOR MATTRESS in perfect condition. 1254-6th Ave. S., upstairs. 1672 rir.g Co.. Lethbridge. 1544' SEALSRS. Winnipeg couch, brown WELL improved 3-section in WATED-Steel separator. cultivation 1000 acres sumrnerial- j Kurina. Cranford. low. Good water. Apply 904 9th St. WANTED TO power S. 1692 tractor with necessary implements, lawn mower, cultivator, etc. H, ii. Fiissimmons. Phone 91-4123, City Irrigation Plots._______________1631 .___e, kitchen table, chairs and cup- board, electric fan, garden tools and hose. Phone 2556. FAR3IS WANTED i for es-servjcea3an, Alberta preferred. i or section south western Box 23 Herald, 1469 MACHINERY FOR SALE 3J. McCORinCS-DESRING EIBCTRIC SUMP PUMP. ilASSSY HARRIS No. 21 12-foot Self-propelled Ccrnbine. JOHN DEERE sis foot power take- off Combine. 1579! Ap- 1688 WANTED Girl For Laundry and Dry Cleaning Departments. Apply Lethbridge Laundry 1383 VETERAIs, married, wants year round job on dairy farm. Separate he-use. Box 32. Herald. 1505 OLD Country experienced sheep- herder wants steady job. 406 4th Ave. S- Phone Cit- Taxi 4565. 1525 MALE cook wants job on or before Bos 113. change. Coaldale. Mrs. belongings j J. Er- j _ From 224-18th St. N. thor- oughbred Scottirsg collie. Answers to Lassie, It will be appreciated if any- one knowing her whereabouts phone 3532. Reward. 1661 Jer-y isn't -G. watch said he. that black head above i the middle of Jerry Muskrat nd of a black stick don't see a Mouse, shook his head. "That stick. Watch said he. gold wrist watch citv. Reward. Phone 2263. Little Squeak watched. For some time nothing happened- Then Mrs. Quack swam past it at a. little distance. Behind her were several young Ducks, her children. That thing that loosed like the handbag, by travel- harvest on power farm, road camp Icr. Urgently needed. per- or ranch. Box 36, Herald. J 1511 EXPERIENCED clean ho-osekeeper. Good clean cook. In town or farm. Bos 51, Herald.______________1525 LADY with child -wants housework. Board in. jns2-13th St. N. 1678 FARM HAND, tractor man wants work. A. ByH, South Edmonton. Alta. 1697 if LIVESTOCK FOR SALE GOOD SADDLE HORSE, with or saddle. Horses for pleasure rides to rent. Vic FrawJey. 1222-lOth Street North.________________1473 ive t ccmrjlete with spring and Apply 318-6th Ave. A. S. 1703 WANTED immediately, experienced .applv 1253-Sth Ave. v-aitress. Top wages to right party.! I Write or phone Cardston Grill 121. I or Box 35, Herald. 1532 BLSIXESb YOUNG experienced tractor and truck man wants job on dry farm. Wages a month. If satisfactory stav until harvest is finished. A, S, Leth- FOR. gelding, years 631-6th St. S. Phone 1593 FOUR basket reversible honey tractor. Ruddy Manufacturing Co- t i Box 44. Magteog._____________1703 i 5-tube, short and long J by widow- OPPORTUNITY for man with small er orj farm Box 33 Herald '503 sum to invest in growing business. Will be given thorough sales train- WAITRESS WANTED Apply Mike's Cafe. sonal papers. Reward. Phone 2092 or 15I6-7th Ave. S.____________1594 RADIO SERVICE FREMSTAD'S RADIO SERVICE Beoalrs to all makes of-Radios and scan electrical appliances. Above Capitol Furniture Store. Phone 2787. 672 FREE TDBE TESTING ____ AT McKENZIE ELECTRIC LTD. 1272 if FUEL ing. Must be wiliins to travel Reply giving address and telephone no. to mantel Plastic 44 Heraid. 1570 J :t- Hardly used. Reason for EXPERIENCED Dressmaker for '-------------------SPECIAL------------------i FOR good .young milch selling compulsory. Apply Brown's part uase work. Box 38. Herald- 1550 j 404-13th st-eet Vorth 1582 i Music to take full confectionery. Bak'eshop and Lunch CHESTER MINE "ROYAL COAL" Lamp, Stove and Nut Coal Phone 91-3015 or 2845 One ton deliveries discontinued. 418b 1686 end of a stick slowly sank our, of sight. At the same time Mrs. Quack spoke sharply and the young Ducks hurried to catch up with her. That black thing popped above water right where the last of the young Ducks had been just an instant before. "Missed thai, time! No Duck dinner for Snapper today, and I'm glad of declared Jerry. "Who is cried the iii-le Mouse. The big Turtle who lives in the mud of the Smiling Pool. He lies on the bottom watching for Fish or Frogs to swim near enough for him to grab them, or for swimmers like Mrs. Quack and her children j to pass over him. If they arc not moving too fast he comes up under them and pulls one down for his dinner. Mrs. Quack's family is smaller than it was a short tune ago. Probably the Turtle knows why. Let me tell you something. BIRTHDAY MARKED Mis. W. J -Morrison was pleasantly sur- prised on Wednesday afternoon. June 19, when several pioneer neighbors gathered at her borne on the occasion of her 65th birtnday. Lunch was served and an enjoy- able afternoon spent. FAMILY REUNION GLSNWOOD. (HNS) Mr. arid Mrs. Parley Leavitt and family, and Mr. and Mrs. T. H- Leavitt and familv, spent Thursday evening in Cardston'when all members of the Alfred Leavitt family gathered a. the Lions park for a family reunion in honor of their sister, Mrs. Alfred Bauer and her husband, -wruT visitors from Charlo, Montana. AT CONVENTION NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Two members are representing tne Michel Fraternal Order of Eagles, Michel Aerie No. 1864, at the an- nual Eagle convention held at Vic- toria B.C. Thev are Secretary "Jock" Mitchell and Roy Tabor of Michel. PICNIC cows. Apply Koble Farms. if WASHER REPAIRS to cook for. JOHN DEERB 12 foot motor driven TWO registered Shorthorn STUDIO lounge. 3-wav gas burner charge on Combine with auger table and i year old roan, and 4 months old I for coal stove, tools, aa housenold, Wages S60 per month. Apply Box; pick-tip. MASSES' HARRIS potato sprayer. NEW MASSSY-HARRIS 3 plows. KSW MASSEY HARRIS gears on rubber. KEW FAIRBANKS MORSS 10 in. hsmmer mills MASSEY HARRIS model 25 tractor, on rubber. H-P. JOHNSON Air Cooled Mot- ors. ONAN A5r Cooled Engine. i NEW MASSEY HARRIS hammer i white. 4 row I 6'--I farrow effects, permanent wave machine j 41. 1550 i snape. J_ bull trailer equipped S5300. N. B. PgAT A CO. 1603 5 single cabins, one lights gar- on Selling house ONE, sorrel saddle mare, gentle and broken. Good walker. Rood rniich cow. Gerard Hickey, 2 miles south scn School, Box 1105, Lethbr.cge. 1710 MASSEY HARRIS seven foot! I: binder. i' NEW MASSE? HARRIS eight foot binder. JOHN DSERE reconditioned beet cultivator. COCXSHUTT beet cultivator, ____ GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES, LTD. I621-3rd Ave. S. 1530 LIVESTOCK DEALERS FOR IH.C. Tractor with big sleeves, Robins manifold. Broffler. AH in good shape. Harry Bartz, Monarch. 1595 YOUR HOGS, SHEEP and CATTLE to BURNS CO., LTD. Livestock Bnylng Station near Exhibition Grounds, Lethbridge. ALL HOGS KTLLED IN CALGARY Highest Returns SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Phone 3331 or 2388. 1795 WANTED Used furnittrre of all kinds. Stoves, refrigerators, etc. We pay highest spot cash puces. Free valnatlon. rAPTTOL FURNITURE STORE 4W-5th St. S. Phone 2115. 712 for general housework. Adults only, i 57.000. Cash onlj'. Apply C. V. Ben- i: j Sleep in cr out. Good wases. Phone nett. Claresholrn, Alta. 15S3 j 2495. Apply 33i-20th_St._N.____1652 24x70 j i month of Jui; or phone 3480.__________ cook to as- sist till fall. If satisfactory take full charge later. Apply The Taber Municipal Hospital. Taber. 1564 Expert Service to an makes of Washers aed Small Gas Engines. Full line ol iJeatty parts IE stock. Order dlrecs irorn us Twenty-four Hour service. WASHER SERVICE 409-5th St. Lethbridge A. G. Holmes. Maid bv June colfee fuiy. Apply 4I3-I2th ST. Boy 50. 3 counter and six booths. Bow Island. Alta. 1568 VOCATIONAL CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS WAITRESS WANTED Top wages. Apply Mandarin Cafe. WANTED TO BUY. RENT or loan, ice box for Y.M.C.A..Camp. Phone I j TOP CASH PRICES FOR ALL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Phone 3024. Evenings 2948. 1065' SALESLADY WANTED Steady employment, starting im- mediately, good wages. NEW YORK FUR. DRESS SHOP i 3rd Ave S. Lethbndse 17021 Prepare NOW for Spring ar.d Fall Carrier, 1695 j postal Clerk, Clerk 1 and 2. Customs Clerk, etc. Full particulars upon request to MCC. Civil Service School. 301 Enderton Winni- peg, Man Oldest in Canada. No Agents.______________ Bl if CARS TRUCKS FOR SALE hghtTdelivery- Serial no. 2131-500344. Ceiling price. Apply D. Graham, Alta. 1348 WANT AD REPTJES I, 5, 8, 16, 22, 23, 29, 32. 33. -J> you can't tried LIFE INSURED LOANS PiAAlS my small said Jerry and paused. asked Little Squeak. "Snapper would love to have a tender Mouse for replied Jerry. "Well I can't swim, so he won't, have a chance to gel said Little Squeak. "How "do yt swim? Have you ever asked Jerry. Little Squeak confessed that he revcr had, and what was more }-e never intended to. The fact is he was more afraid of the water than he was of those who lived in it. But he couldn't keep away from it. He just couldnt. Later when Jerry wasn't about Little Squeak ven- tuitd out on Jerry's little mud He was fitting there at the very edge of the water when Mrs. Quack startled him so that i he fci! into the water. At once he began to make his legs go. He did j it without thought. Suddenly he made a great discovery, a wonder- ful discovery. He was swimming! Yes. sir, hfc was swimming. He was no longer afraid of the water. (Copyright, 1946. by T. W. Burgess) SUITE I, OBver Stock Jll-5th St. S. Phone 36J1 The next Fisherman." story: "The Brown "NATAL, (HNS) Trie mem- bers of the Natal-Michel L.P.P- partv staged an enjoyable picnic up the "Elk Vallev recently at tne Phillip Musii park, situated some three miles west of Natal. MOVES TO CALGARY MACLEOD. 'HNS) many years resident of For Macleod and many years as assistant to the town secretary in the town office, ?.Irs. Lillian Hamilton left Friday to reside in Calgary. AT GLENWOOD GLENWOOD. (HNS) Guests at the Albert Beaves home are Mrs. Edith Le Fever and her sister, Mrs. Bessie Jolmson, of Kar.osh arid Salt Lake, Utah, respectively. ENJOYING HOLIDAYS HILLSPRING. (HNS) Miss Beatrice Folsom. who has been at- tending BY. University in Provo, is home for the summer holidays. PARENTS OF BOY HTLLSPRING.