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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Hall Poodlt h il weeks old S7S 8506 pups, five Phone 328 4690 tf Irish Setter puppies for sdle 0 Irish blood lines 756 3447 Stirling 4939 b Purebred Chesapeake Bay Retriever pups lor sale Nino old Phone Stirling 756 3451 4901 9 Healthy six week old kittens to bt given away Phone 328 3212 after 5 J m 8 Kittens to be given home 328 6553 away to good 5025 7 Miniature French registered CKC one year old in November excellent blood line for show firm Female cat half biamese good house pet tor children Phone 327 1193 between 7 p m 4541 6 rwo young Harlequin Great Danes one male one female black and v hite Phone 563 3097 Cole-nan 4619 9h Gorman Shepheid pups, Phone 732 4278 Picture Butte C3897-9 Aquarium and stand S100 1907 18 St N all equipment 4813 6 Tnr Two malp Shetland Sheepdog puppies (mm ature Collies) Championship bloodlines Rosealta Shelties registered 344 3770 Courts 5004 7 Please help ire find a home Purebred Blue Healer female five months old trained Phone 327-6089 between 5 and 7pm 5005 6 Afghan puppies line fared both s des Mr Universe Most winning Afghan in North America Show stock supreme Phone 563 3097 Coleman 4621 9h cour lovable puppies fo' sale Poodlt Terrier S10 each Phone 328 7264 d'ter 5pm 5099 7 Terrier Pom cross Spaniel Collie cross Samoyed cross Humane Society 328 1544 327 7528 C4 138 6 One Guinea p g to give away Phone 329-3537 after 5pm 5062-7 Four small type pups to be given d Phone 327 8340 after 4 C m 5063 6 Home needeo gent e smokey gray aM month Persian cat Phone 327 C310 5064 7 One female Maltese Terrier cross puppy Eight weeks old S15 Phone 328 6005 5065 6 Free Die male kitten Ono and half n (vo rronths Bla'-t' Phone 328 5066 7 Snail dog puppies to give away rhono 753 3260 Magrath 4963 9 S Bernard egistered gen'ie "iree years old male Available for stud Price p ck of tne litter P O Box 1100 Glenwood 626 3621 4199-tf 87 90 CONTRACTS Ferious repjirod built Miscellaneous building Cor crete patios bidtwjlks drives step chimneys ill repairs Jim 327 5087 328 7799 Wednesday, November 6, 1974-THE LEiHBRIDGE HERALD 2 DESIGN HOMES General contractor Design and build your home at lower cost Phone 328 9525 4305 tf HANDY MAN SERVICES Serving home and industry Garbage collection yards basempnts and garages cleaned Free estimates Phone 328 4592 2509 tl Farm and ranch painting Farms and industrial spray painting done Also interior and exterior of house Phone 327 2046 1578 tl b AND K CONSTRUCTION r Cement contractors Sidewalks patios driveways doors Estimates Days 328 1468 evenings 327 2627 9349 tl Ted Bingham Construction Custom Built Homes additions rumpus rooms and renovations Phone 327 3284 4056 tf Contractor all repairs renovations lay blocks bricks fireplaces stone laying sidewalks driveways cement nnisning stuccoing in nouse ouiider small jobs accepted 328 0266 329 4678 387 tl MURRAY FRYS BOBCAT SERVICE Back hoeing post hoe drilling land scaping back filling driveway corral cleaning rototillmg No job too small or too large 327-5817 2120-ti BOX NUMBER REPLIES 40 48 49 58 89 96 106 108 113 124 128 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF ARNOLD H GARRETT late of the Town of Raymond n the Province of Alberta vi ho died on the 7th day of May A D 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate o' the above named musl fi'e with the undersigned Solicitors by the 6th day of December A D 1974 a full state ment of their claims and of securities held by them DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers Solicitors 310 Canada Trust Building Lethbndge Alberta Solicitors for the Adminis'rator N19 California and sale Fto Pedigree s 353 3737 Co e 'lew Zealand rabo 's lo breeding and r- 4563 1 1 FJRS BOJGM- OD CC-ED LP AT VOJtl 1QOR PHONE PACIFIC JRS 323 4223 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Sicrc and Owners 3th St ei ina Hararev ,le ade App'v204 4769 tf i'ra op nop ir exce ient -atio" Cai H 'n r a 30 323 ra or beajty CCA0 n Citv 0 or G2B lone 3_a turnover or 228 2451 C3785 or rent c d shop ad cent 'o November 26 1974 to the City of Moose Javv Contract 5 Water and Sanitarv Sewer Main 1974 The site of the worn is loca'ed in the City of Mocse Jaw Saska'chewan The consists of 'ho suoply o' all plant labou- ces ard materials for the consfuc 'ioi o' approx -nately 1 of 12 asbestos cement i I 'eet of 12 vitn'ied his parents Mr and Mrs Jim Melom Claresholm two brothers Clifford Vulcan and Murrav Grand Cache Alber la his paternal grandmother Mr Louise Melom Claresholm Born and educated at Claresholm he resided there all his life and was ed with Claresholm Auto Body Mrs Melom is survved bv her parents Mr and Mrs Alan King Anglemont B C four brothers Alan Claresholm Anthom Peter and Paul Anglemont B C her paler nal grandmothers Mrs King Saskatoon and maternal grandmother Mrs Laura Brown Codicote Herts Born at Warwickshire England she came to Claresholm in 1972 where she resided since Sen ices at the (hurch of the Nazarene r Thu-s'l-n 2 00 r> w ill; QU..PI' ,.i '1 'is r x'.ara Hanson offKlatirg In'c -iPnt Claresholm Cemeterv DEN s Fl HOMES LTD Claresholm Branch Directors of Serv ices i Bu Id no N 3 FHE CIRCUS By Bil Keane IN MEMOR1AM MCDONALD in mrmnn. of a dear son and brother I am McDonald i who passe jrifire 1i ,jrs on It Hnt 1h- (bi i ill AS sll. Sarih nivsrd and ddd Gloria Bn JD and i. >n W POSITS INC HP Porn CARDS OF THANKS CHAMBERS The family of the late Harvey Chambers wish to extend sincere thanks to all friends and relatives for kindness during our recent bereavement and all those who sent flowers cards and food Your thoughtfulness was deeplv appreciated and will always be remembered Chambers families 5068 OSHIRO My heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the people of Coaldale Lethbndge and district and to the churches in Coaldale and Lethbndge for their prayers their well wishes, cards telegrams gifts tor all the expressions of love and concern which reached me at home and in Toronto during m} recent illnesses and operation Bell Oshiro 4846-7 18 saddle pads may be killers HELENA Mont The state department of livestock is searching for 18 saddle pads in Cut Bank and Browning which may be contaminated with anthrax an official said Dr Don Ferlicker of the department says four saddle pads purchased since March from Cut Bank Saddle and Shoe Repair and 14 others purchased during the same period from the Browning Mercantile have not been located Dr Ferlicker said the pads are part of a lot which was demonstrated to have been contaminated with anthrax The deaths of 39 animals in Washington state have been atrnbuted to the pads Dr Glenn Halver also of the livestock department said the saddle pads were manufactured by the Per forated Pad Company of Woonsocket RI They were made from contaminated goat hair from Pakistan a'nd Afghanistan a fact not known at the time of manufacture or sale Dr Halver says He advised anyone with a question about a saddle pad to place it in a plastic bag and return it to either of the stores from which it was puichdsed He said both stores have been dlerted to the situation and can handle the mattet Dr Ferlickei said four sad- Jle pads purchased from each stoic have been located and quarantined Both retailers have been co operative in the state s effort to trace the pads Dr Halver said department veterinarians have located 276 ol the .J68 pads shipped to Montana and that preliminary testing at a Bozeman indicated one in live were contaminated He expressed concern about the threat of anthrax U humans and an'mals that may exist in the presence of the pads Bellevue miss wins trophy BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) Marge Halluck of Bellevue received a trophv 'for many sen ice to the Turtle Mountain Riding Club at its recent banquet here Top senior riders were Eva Graf and Barrv Fraser Top luniors were Weslev Fraser and Robin Wakaluk Dixie and Dale Linderman placed high in intermediate events A complete list of winners follows I stdkis I rascr Kobin dnd Dallas I lurno- Kohole Parn luuronij anu Dallas Fraser Junior banxli I-rabtr Dallas t rascr Junior pole bending U ikaluk and Dallas -jser InUrnudidU stdkcs Dale Under man JJIMI and Pdmmv hvans InUrmididtc kohok Htnn Loon and Shula Intermediate barrels 1 mderman I ind r vans Intermediate pole bending I mder man an I oun and I Senior stakes Graf George Marshall and I-raser Samr sa Graf barr hrastr and Jirn troteau Stniorbanel- Marshall Graf jnt1 Kurt Graf Senior bending Marshall t rat anu Kurt Graf DIED IN ZOO The last of millions of passenger pigeons died in a zoo Sept 1 1914 Caution: waddlers ahead Wild ducks know how to cross the road safely m K.ngston, Mass. The highway department erected the sign to warn motorists in the wooded area near a pona used by the migrating birds Commission buys ranchland Oldest human remains found nf pleose1 I (M ard olner have risen 112 7 tent in sn >cars Jo B> NANCY MILES Special Correspondent The B C Land Commission has bought a 1 400 acre parcel of the sprawling William Mead Wild Horse Ranch for some KOODOO The whole ranch stems from the original W A ton where Wild Horse Creek joins the The mcial secretary of- f" c has been considering Ford still aiming at '76 election V ooa said am person or ip a concern abojl n USL should prepare a i ru to the land use forum It is 1hrouch this avenue that the i4 bip 00 Jnr each paltem rash cheque or order 4dd l.Sr each poMen for fir-' mill did >pec jl inr Om residents add suggested the be first hearing Ix-'hbridge M o it 'brougb hear, that the public an have -i sav in the forma lion of legislation that has a direct bearing on their lives if t Nan Nu fiber Adams I Pa-MTn x t r >n'r Anne hwouch Onion" MIT 4P7 ;