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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, October 23, 1974 Infected Aha. cattle sold illegally FIESTA DAYS FALL PLAIDS a good selection of Acrylics and Acrylic and Wool. Your choice yd> a very good selection of 100% POLYESTER 3 49 PONTE DE ROMA Reg. Yd...... Omega Portable SEWING MACHINES Only 2 left Reg. NOW, 429 BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE Centre Village Mall Phone 328-4536 SPECIALIZING IN DRAPERIES SASKATOON (CP) RCMP across the Prairies are investigating alleged violations of animal health laws that could result in an outbreak of brucellosis, an RCMP spokesman said today. A herd of more than 350 animals was sold by an east central Alberta farmer through stockyards in Calgary, police said, rather than directly to a packing house for slaughter as re- quired by law. As a result, known brucellosis reactors were allowed contact with healthy cattle in Calgary, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, the Lakehead and possibly Eastern Canada, RCMP said, although built in safety checks should have stopped movement of the cat- tle at any of several points. It can only be determined how many healthy cattle have been affected after a six month incubation period, said Const. Chuck Hargreaves of Prince Albert, in charge of the investigation. Const. Hargreaves was call- ed into the investigation following reports that an infected animal was slaughtered at a plant in Prince Albert. Although the animal was clearly tagged as infected, it was allowed to mix with healthy animals in Saskatoon and also apparently was pass- ed by a breed inspector before resale here, the constable said. The balance of the more than 100 infected animals shipped east were allowed free contact with healthy animals here, at Winnipeg and at the Lakehead despite similar tags, he said. The entire herd, from a farm near Hanna, was truck- ed to Calgary and found con- taminated, but rather than be- ing slaughtered, the cattle were auctioned through the stockyards The eastbound cattle were unloaded in Saskatoon for feeding and watering. Const. Hargreaves will continue the investigation in Alberta this week. i He said in an interview police don't know what happened to the animals after infection was discovered. U.S. men charged in credit fraud SEATTLE (AP) Five Washington men and two Oregon men have been charg- ed with using false corporate financial statements to es- tablish a million line of credit with Canadian banks in Toronto and Calgary. A spokesman for the prosecutor's office in King County said charges stem from two financial statements prepared for the Northwest Pacific Capitol Corp. of Bellevue, Wash which allegedly indicated more assets 'than there actually were. MANUFACTURERS lEARANCE at a price t hot to miss! uiinTHt IEBTHER Top Quality Smooth and Suede Finish Leathers Wide Assortment of Popular Styles Many with Zip-In Pile linings. Sizes 38-46. A well-known leather outerwear supplier has been forced to sell his heavy overstocks at fan- tastic low prices. We secured a limited quan- tity of these garments and are now passing the savings along to you. We suggest you hurry in; they won't last long at this rock-bottom price! PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., OCT. 24lh THROUGH SAT., OCT. 26th omv> >49> FIESTA DAYS A Largt Selection of Boy's Shoes and Boots Clearing at Ladies' Black Patent DRESS PUMPS and SLINGS Remaining Stock of Udiu'HdMM's PLATFORM SHOES Regular up to FIESTA DAYS SALE Clearing at Low Fall Sale Priceel MISSES' BLACK PATENT FINISH FASHION BOOTS Zipper closure, full sizes 11 to 3. CLEARING AT V2 PRICE Many other fall clearance throughout tho Store. REWARD SHOES Lethbridge ftrcstonc STORES We make it easy with SNOW TIRE BARGAINS OFFER ENDS OCT. 26 on SNOW CHAMP BELTS A quality belted tire with computerized tread design for aggressive traction The Snow Champion belted tire combines plies or durable nylon with the added strength of fibreglass belts and more gripping action on slippery road sur- faces An excellent traction tire guaranteed to go STORE 26 5% 5% ST. ST. 5% Guaranteed Traction... You we pay the tow! on SNOW CHAMP NYLON A wide prohte we provides enceHenl road con- tact JOT stopping and starting control Designed for traction with (he atWed protecMon of four Ml piws of nylon guaranteed to you go through writer weather 23.80 26.20 25.50 32.35 34.55 mod 26 itss s% ItSS 5% 5% Centre Village Mall Phone 329-0037 USC OUR We moke it easy: atTircstone STORES Corner 3rd Avo. 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 ELECTRIC HOT SERVER JOFA HOCKEY STICKS ;