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THE CASE OF THE DANCING COWBOY

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CHAPTER FIVE:

YUMMY SARDINES

Slim slammed the mailbox shut that’s kind of a tongue-twister, isn’t it? And turned onto the little road that led to his house. When we reached the front door, he pushed it open and said, “Get in there, dogs, and catch a mouse.”

I went streaking inside. Drover went inside too, but he didn’t “streak.” He lollygagged around, as he ususally does, and at that speed he couldn’t catch a mouse even if the mouse threw up his hands and surrendered.

Paws, I guess. Threw up his paws. Mice don’t have hands, see.

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The Canadian Municipal Swimming Pool

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The Canadian Municipal Swimming Pool will open for the season on Tuesday, June 9, at 1 pm, under the management of new city employee Pam Edminson (at right). Edminson was on the job this week, and will be helping with lifeguard training and certification this weekend. City employees have been busy making last-minute repairs, filling the pool and treating the water. Daily admission to the pool is $3/adult, $1/child, with season and family rates available. PHOTO BY JAQUITA ADCOCK