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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tueiday, May 30, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD IS Government to pay lor horses destroyed for disease control The federal government will pay compensation to horse owners who have their animals destroyed under a program to rid the Canadian horse popula- tion of Equine Infectious Anem- ia (Swamp Agriculture Minister Bud Olson announced. As a service to horse owners, In February 1971, federal vet- eerinarians started using the Coggins test and since then more than Canadian horses have been tested STRETCH STITCHES through the licnlth of animals branch laboratories at Hull, Quo. When the testing began about seven per cent of the horses reacted positively. That was considered to be a signifi- cant rate infection. Since then, libs rate of posi- tive reactors has dropped to about one per cent and contin- ues to decline. Last year the federal govern- ment also intorduced require- ments whereby imported hor- ses had to react negatively to the Coggins test before they would be allowed entry to Can- ada. "With this lower level of in- fection, we have decided to move to the second stage of the program to eradicate the dis- Mr. Olson said. "We will pnv compensation for horses that react positively to the Coggins test and are slaughtered. "There will be provision In special rases for owners to keep hoi-Ms which have reacted positively under strict quaran- tine supervised by health of an- imals branch veterinarians. GET THE FACTS rift- 18 years ooo ELN A FAlp I i c r e a I e d Stretch Stitches. Now getting excited flLfr, Our 1956 (IS years TAVi I o I d) SUPCRMATIC eon do mare than our com- petitors' 1971 models, ELNA SUPER. rAvl. MATIC Is rated the lachine DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU THY For free demonstration contact SEWING CENTRE 408 Sth Street South Phone 327-8877 or 327-8818 CHIEF MOUNTAIN REALTY LTD. BOX 114, COWLEY, ALBERTA MEMBER Of THE IETHBRIDGE REAL ESTATE BOARD Are you looking for any of the following? SMALL HOLDINGS MIXED FARM LARGE OR SMALL RANCHES FAMILY BUSINESS A NEW HOME WE CAN HELP YOU! Contact any of the following and we'll do the rest Gordon Johnson, Cowley Businest 628-3775 Residence 628-3836 Gerald Thompson, Pincher Creek Phone 627-4278 Albert Rabbit, Standoff Phone 737-3982 Les Jasman, Lundbreck Phone 628-2328 Pictured above on ihe right Is D. C. Elford of 1810 15th Ave. S., winner of a 22" RCA Accucolor TV from the Y't Men's Club of terhbridge. Mr. Elford won the TV on o raffle sponsored by the Y's Men's Club. Shown presenting Mr. Elford the TV is Conrad Plettell (centre) of Smith's Color TV and Appliances Ltd., who donated the TV ond Mr. Auke Elzingo, President of the Y's Men's Oub of Lethfaridgo. Proceeds from the raffle go to worthwhile comm projects sponsored by the Y's Men's Club. nunlry HBB WOLFF SON IMPLEMENTS LTD., CARDSTON, ALBERTA BUY ONE OF HARVEY'S WAI LBANGERS AND WE'LL BUY YOU ONE NEW TRACTORS VERSATILE 145 WITH CAB 23x130 Single S1 VI tires. Reg. Spring 4j USED TILLAGE GRAHAM SINGLE WING CHISEl FLOW S895. 22' GRAHAM DOUBLE WING CHISEL PLOW S1295. 30' OF JOHN DEERE ROD WEEDER S495. INTERNATIONAL PRESS DRILL S150. FORD 3 PT. HITCH CULTIVATOR S250. D-2 Cat with dozer Oliver 1900 with cab USED TRACTORS International 660 International W-9 with loader HAYING EQUIPMENT 2 FORD 530 BALERS .ea. 795. MASSEY No. 10 8OO. NEW HOLLAND No. 395. FORD No. 503 295. FORD 535 MOWER CONDITIONER Regular SPRING SPECIAL HARVESTING 2 MODEL 420 VERSATILE COMBINES-Wlth straw pickups.........ea. QUALITY USED VERSATILE 103 SWATHER-Excollent units, as low as___S 9OO. MASSEY No. 34 12' SWATHER-Wilh conditioner and pickup VERSATILE No. 10 P.T.O. SWATHER ..................Spring Special 35' ALLIED GRAIN LOADER S175. S5' BRANT DEMONSTRATOR S1OO. OFF LIST CORONA MARK II 2000 2 DR. HDL Authorized Deoler for Keystone Mag wheels and accessories. Auto, slotted mag wheels, wide oval 404 MAIN ST. COME IN AND SEE OR PHONE THE MEN IN THE KNOW HARVEY or DALLAS PHONE 653-3252 ;