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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October THE 1.ETHBRIDQE HERALD Doris Clark Shipping lines play cat and mouse DEAR DORIS: I recently returned from a move to Australia. Now, back here, I prefer to con- tinue my former Canadian life. Getting these precious belongings back will be worth every cent it may cost you for professional help. I am publishing this NEXT EDITION OF THE CHINOOK" Will appear in The Lethbridge Herald Tues., Nov. 12th Advertisers are reminded that the dead- line for advertisements is Wednesday, Nov. 6th. The Lethbridge Herald Shortly after my return the shipping company (in New York) informed me of the loss of all my belongings. I had no in- surance. I have muddled along as best I could, writing endless letters to find out where my luggage is Now I think the com- pany is playing cat and mouse with me. Their letters are contradictory and full of empty promises. The luggage contains all I have ever worked for, family inheritance and valuables; precious documents and everything that is dear to my son and myself Widow DEAR WIDOW With so few details I can hardly advise you; except that you should see a' lawyer. Take with you every letter from the company, to show that they acknowledge the loss of the luggage. Write down all details: just exactly what the luggage contained, the value and so on. STOCKMAN A.I. COURSES Winter and Spring Seasons: November 18 to 22 Inc. 5 day course 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. December 2 to 6 inc. 5 day course 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. January 20 to 24 inc. 5 day course 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. February 10 to 14 Inc. 5 day course 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. February 24 to 28 inc. 5 day course 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. mmJU AMI iMpnsr KB if n MM SCMMI m THE COURSE FEE WILL BE Classrooms and breeding facilities are heated, ample breeding time is allowed. Become proficient with the art of artificial insemination. "Bring your own coveralls and boots. WE NOW HAVE 2 M.R.I. BULLS AT THE STUD. COME IN AND SEE THIS GREAT NEW BREEDI Specialists in Superior Semen P.O. Bra 357, letter so that other indeed for the protection it Adre5S all questions to travellers will realize the gives. I hear of sizeable Doris Clark, 66 Rosedene importance of insuring losses not insured. A sad Ave Hamilton Ont luggage. It costs very little state of affairs! MEET BIG JOHN at our OPEN HOUSE Introducing the 1975 John Deere Snow Machines John Deere JDX Snowmobiles See new styling: the sleek, low- profile look for 1975. Look under the hood: reed- valve engines, 340 to 440cc's. Feel the comfort: energy- absorbing seat, wide foot rests; near-at-hand controls. Get 'em all: adjustable, slide- rai! suspension; wide-stance skis with shocks; nvetless track with molded-in-rubber grouser bars. John Deere Green Machines See the new "Mean" Green -color. Compare engines classed from 292to440cc's. Check the suspension: trail- smoothing bogies. Try the Widetrackerfor extra flotation: 18-in. track, bogies, and 440cc engine. John Deere Show Blowerc Get good traction to clear walks and driveways fast. Clear a 26-in. path with 5- and 7-hp blowers, or a 32-m. path with an 8-hp model. Nothing runs HkeaDeere' FREE RECORD ALBUM TO FIRST 20 PEOPLE WHO ATTEND OUR OPEN HOUSE! ALL DAY Saturday Nov. 2nd Is Open House CKAY BROS. FARM IMPLEMENTS LTD. 3214-5th AVMHM North plKMtt 327-5512 ;