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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBMDGE HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 28, Per S Ssc for IVU. IBSesafiaCCt CLASSIFIED XMSKCAT IXs CASK WITH improved 3-section fans fcz Warner district, 1S70 acres uncer cultivation 1000 acres suramenai- tow. Good water. Apply Sth S FARMS WANTED HIGH farm in excellent have buyers for dry farms sotith and east of Lethbridge. MERRILL AGENCIES 5ih St. S. Phone BLEACHED COTTON flour sacks. No mail orders. IRRIGATION DAMS canvas and jute. Canvas, new, 36 to 84 ins. -sridc. CANVAS TAKPS made to meas- ure. PACK SACKS HAVERSACKS suitable for hiking fishing. SOUTHERN ALBERTA SACK CO. Itear 103-5th St. S. 1592 PIFEL3SS FURNACS for sale, ap- ply Frank Loewen. coaldale. 1615 USED Willis Piano. Apply rear 418 I3th St. after 7 p.m. 1623 REMINGTON RAND noiseless type- in perfect condition. S100. Mrs. Clifford Harris, Milk River. Aito. WANTED urgently, a house, an j apartment, or a room for young j married couple with no children, j Have excellent references. Box 64, Herald. roomed house or bungalow immediately. Good permanent ten- ant, government employed. Apply Box 63, Herald. TJRGENT. Manager of local air school, wife and son require ac- commodation. Will exchange tnree room suite in Calgary. Phone. Bauman 3330. 1746 WANTED IMMEDIATELY liable couple to take over steward's duties at golf club, Lethbridge. Re- ply stating qualifications and ref- erences to Box 42. Herald. 1572 KITCHEN Help wanted. General work. Sleep out. Apply Mrs. Mc- Lean's Dining Room, 1104-Sth Ave. S. WAITERS. Waitresses, kitchen help and bus boys wanted full or part time- Applv mornings, Marguis Hotel. 1763 JASPER School District NO. 3063 re- qtiires the following teachers be- ginning the fall term: Male: High School Principal, to the small Mouse a most unpleasant feeling. What to do? Should he run? He wanted to. It seemed to him. that those keen eyes of that long- leeeed bird were looking right into his" hiding place. But where could he ran. to? He didn't know of any other hiding place. Lonzlees came a step nearer. Little Squeak almost started to run, but didn't. Longlegs took an- other slow, careful step. He seemed to have his eves fived on that little mass of beneath which. f ew minutes ago Little ow he ________ _._ would ._______________________--------- fppi a lot safer runninff. It would 1939 up. Must oe rn wrist watcn. to nm to sii good condition. Roy c-o Phone 91-1523._______iif2 i sun Baiting and watching. He just Mr Broses, Picture Butte, Aita, retriever, fe- j must three miles east, one mile 1 owner inquire Ee Longlegs had stopped. A Ford Coupe or Coach in good condition. John Kovacs, Jr_ Shaughnessy.______1653 leather purse, 13tli St and 1st Ave, S- Contains regis- tration card, personal belongings and small chanse, Mrs. J. Enns. Box 113, Coaldale. of the water tovrard place. Jerry Muskrat had said that Lonelegs has a liking for tender voting Mice. He watched Longiegs nearer and nearer. How slowlv and carefully he put each foot "down. What a long, dreadful hill he had. Just looking at it gai'e the Dupens. 120-16tn j He PJ Tm, -T-rt N, Regard. b _- Dick's 1 Chevrolet Coach wanted 1930 or 'SI inunedir-tely. Cash. E. D. Olson, Dia- mond City. Lethbridge Brewery. 1749 i if PERSONAL HAT "Breatheasy" relieves instantly. Sold on refund guarantee. For par- ticulars write Breatheasy of ada. Ltd., Vancouver. B.C. May 31, Skiff. Black niare yearling colt, 1400 Branded on right thigh, stria on face, cut on jaw." Black gelding, 1200 Ibs. No brand. J. A. Santa, poundkeep- -r 1756n SERVICE SPARE the aching Back! Get -weed freedom the easy way. Spray on DE-WEED (concentrated 2-4-D) teachers on the High School staff. High School teacher to assist in High and Intermediate grades. Preference for ability to handle Athletics and P.T. Female Hizh School teacher to teach Home Economics and soroe op- tions in High School and Inter- mediate grades. SOLDIER and wife desire furnish- ed housekeeping room j Preferably nort-i side. Box 67, Her- ,klaje or female teacher for Inter- aid. mediate clviEion to teach Social Studies and other courses ol this __ __ _ FEMALE or tailoress. Steady Apply 122 McFjaiiand Bidg. j WANTED per week. Apply Maple Leaf Cafe. 11S5 fullv departmentalized under seven "teachers throughout Intermediate and High School civisior.s. ApTjlications for these positions. tural supply dealer. Dl STAMP COLLECTORS I -will shortly be able to supply Victory or Peace sets. 40 Crown Colonies S450. (Two to Remember the Jubilee? Order now: J. Morris Block. Lefnbridge. 943 TABLETS are effective. Two weeks' supply 51; 12 weeks At all druggists. FREMSTAD'S RADIO SERVICE Repairs to all makes of Radios ana small electrical appliances- Above Capitol Furniture Store. Phone 2787. 872 FEEE TUBE TESTING AT McKENZIE ELECTRIC LTD. 1272 to take three- Year-old boy for two months. j Box 65. Herald. 1748 j CHESTER MINE, "ROYAL COAL" Lamp, Stove and Nut Coal Phone Sl-3015 or 2845 One ton deliveries discontinued. 418D t- %VASHER REPAIRS will be considered as "received, J W. RUTHERFORD Estate and Insurance Agencies Phone 163 Pincher Creek, 1675 tioa. 30.000 miles. Call at June 30th for -ewe cabinet. Hardly used. '-O -i Music Stoit- _ mavbe had aTJDlication 0, fOIU1d in Departmerst and A.T-A, files. Mrs M. J. Robinson, Sscretarv- 1755 NOW4 Before making that tir- iBg search for a gift, you are invited to try GIFTS UN-LTD. 310-13th St. N. Expert Service to al? makes Washers and Small Gas Engines. Fuil line ot Bestr? pans m stock. Order direct from us Twenty-four nour servlce. WASHER SERVICE 40S-5th St. S, Lethbridge A. G. Holmes. 1342 j Municipal Hospital. 1664 j liTfasufer.y S88 320 ACRES, 1 mile from Wrentham t devators. Half wheat, ana naif j siremerfallo-w. S9.000 with crop. 1 section excellent mixed acres irrigablfi. crops and sum- i taerfaHow. raodern house, 2 other houses, bams, garages, chicken coops, some machinery, bert feed lot in southern Alberta accom- rordate 200 cartJe. 10 miles from Tjstnfaridge. 5H sections best dry land farm in southern Alberta. 10 miles from Lethbridge. 1200 acres in crop, 1200 acres me MctcaJfeafcSth St Phone 4474 years old. 631-6th St. S. Plione M97. USED TRACTORS, COMBINES a GRAIN SEPARATORS Of all makes. R. T. GRAHAM. Allis Chalnsers Dealer. Phone 147 or 312. Raymond. TENT, laige. 3-way gas burner; for coal stove, tools. household efffcts. permanent wa-.e machine i ard beauty parlor equipment. Apply i p.m. or Sunday, 703-9tn j Ave. S- _ __ _ I EEDROCM set. large load of fire- j I wood-Apply 321-19tn St. N. Phone j WAITRESS WANTED Top wages. Apply Mandarin 1695 if FARM HELP WANTED 1 man. wife to brown suitcase on Waterton highway between Water- j 42, 44, 51, 53. tori and Mountain View, con- j taining all the possessions of 1. 5, 22. 23. 29, 32, 33, 3o, s he v v v j bil] separator. 22 or 24, state price and condition. John Kunna, Cranford, Alta. __ _ _ ___ I TWO Plow Allis Chalmers Tractor, i neu- rubber. _ 1761 j 1WO Parkhiil all sisfl folding camp cots, like new. suitable for camp or cottage use. Price S8, bed and mat- tress. Phone _ 1769 LIVESTOCKFOR SALE if WANTED JTO BUT_____________ RENT or loan, ice box for Y.M.C.A. Camp. Phone S347. WANTED Girl For Laundry and Dry Cleaning Departments. Apply Lethbridge Laundry 1383 I Wile fcv IxUiiilAg i in house, msxed farm, irriga- pmvo. Utah, high school student, tinn. stock- Experience required.! including year book valuable Separate liouse. R. W. Clow, Box I Pjcture_Butte._________.__1565 couple for gen- enl farm work, power farm. St_- house. Phone R70S, M. _G- Heppler._Warner, A-ta.________1 "4 WANTED TEACHERS S MAlS teacher State age. experience, quali- fications and salary expected. T. E. Skeith, secXtreas., New Dayton. Alta- 1690 SITUATIONS WANTED EXPERIENCED clean housekeeper, or uvua. w ov-ner. Name On suitcase. Wallace 1 Stevens- Return B. W. CsrdweH. j Hartleyville. Alta. Phone Re- Or notify Lethbridge Police! Station. ...................______________ 224-18th St. N. thor- oughbred Scotting collie. Answers to Lassie. It will be appreciated if any- one knowing her whereabouts phone 5532. Reward. 1661 BORROW AI REDUCED RATES WITH UTE INSUfiANCE handbas. by travel- ler. Urgently needed. Contains per- j sonal papers. Reward. Phonff 2092 or Ave. wrist watch. SUITE L Olrrcr BJoclt 3I6-5th St. S. He was standing still. His long neck didn't seem long now for it was folded back on his shoulders. But the long bill seemed as long as ever. Indeed, it seemed longer, more dreadful, to the small Mouse i staring at it. Longlegs didn't move, i Little Squeak didn't move. Nothing j moved. It was very stUi just then, s It was broken by Grandfather Frog out on his big green lily pad. said Grandfather Frog in his deepest voice. "Chuga- rum." Longlegs didn't move. He didn't even look over at Grandfather -Prog. kept his eyes fixed straight ahead. "He sees me. He is watching thought LittJe Squeak, bui he didn't move. He didn't try to run. The truth is he was too frightened to move. People can be as frightened as that, you know. It is a dreadful feeling. But there are times when is is a good thing, a very good thing, especially for the smaller people of the Green Forest and the Green Meado-vCc. It has saved lives i manv. many times, just as it was saving Little Squeak's life now. The fact is Longlegs wasn't star- ing at him. didn't see i know he was there, c I have had Lirtis Squeak moved at i all. A; lonz last Longless movec. Slowiv he took a step. He took a second slow step. A Frog who also hart _been sitting still at the edge of water, so still that he hadn't I been seen by Longlegs or LiUIe i Squeak, croaked and dived for tae mud at the bottom of the Smiling .t, Pool. Longlegs took a quick step --j T-i- jQjjg neck straightened as :k downward with that long plunging his head under water. When he lifted it he had i that Frog, j "If that fellow hadn't moved i perhaps he wouldn't have been thought- the little Mouse, It was even so. j (Copyright, 1946. by T. W. Burgess) j The next story: "The Soundless I One." The physicist Alexander P- Zlidanov, cosmic ray researcher credited with discovering a new rav to split the atom, m Moa was given a Stalin award of 100.- CCO rubles. Four other scientists; get twice as much for work in 30J1 "organic chemistry and physiology. 'SPAPERJ ;