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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Momloy, April 2. 1973 THE LETHIRIDGE HERALD 17 Warm Alberta winter gives deer a break EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta's deer population, which suf- fered heavy losses in the win- ter of 1971-72, received a break this winter, Chuck Haglund, in- formation officer with the de- partment of lands and forests, said recently. Snow depths did not reach the critical 24-inch level that would hamper deer in their travels for food and there was no crust to cut their legs, he said. DANGER Alberta's fared well. There is danger, wildlife generally however, Seed conlest lloyd Mercer inspects some of the crop seed en- tered in the 25th annual seed competition and dis- play at Ag Expo. The event provides an urban educa- tion opportunity regarding the various crops being grown in Southern Alberta. About 200 entries are anticipated. that lack of heavy snowfall, while beneficial to most ani- mals and birds, could result In the dryisg of some sloughs used by nesting waterfowl. Mr Haglund predicted there will not be a good crop of wat- erfowl unless there is a wet spring. A gradual return of the ruff- ed grouse from the tow point of its 10-year population cycle is expected. There are good pre- nesting conditions for all birds except waterfowl, Mr. Haglund said. Mojose were never in any danger because their critical snow level is 30 inches. Culligan solves water problems FAST! Culligon has fully automatic water conditioners to clear up rust, bad taste, and odor. Start now to enjoy ail the pleasures of crystal clear soft water. We Supply A Complete line Of Beatty Pressure Systems Visit Our Booth At Ag-Expo April 3 to 6 CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. 120 North Mayor Mag rath Drive LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 327-7867 Be Sure to Attend AG-EXPO And The Southern Alberta Cattle Breeders 22nd ANNUAL PUREBRED BULL SALE AND SHOW if NORTH AMERICA'S FINEST LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION COMPLEX HEREFORD SHOW SHOW TIME: TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1973 P.M. Judge Louis Larimer, Olds, Alberta The SOUTHERN ALBERTA HERE- FORD CLUB will present c banner to the Grand Champ- ion and Reserve Grand Champion Hereford Bulls of the show. GRAND CHAMPION HEREFORD BULL A presentation will be made by the CANADA PACKERS Lethbridge, Alberto, to the winner. RESERVE GRAK3 CHAMPION HEREFORD BULL A presentation will be made b" trie CANADIAN DRESSED MEATS LETH.5 LTD., Lethbridge, Alberta to the winner. BEST MIR OF HEREFORD BULLS A presentation will be made by the BANK OF MONTREAL, Main Branch, Lethbridge, Al- berta to the winner. HEREFORD SALE Wednesday, April 4 a.m. Sharp ABERDEEN ANGUS SHOW SHOW TIME: THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1973 A.M. Judge: Ralph Griffiths. Coronation, Alberto The SOUTHERN ALBERTA AN- GUS CLUB will present a ban- ner to the Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Aberdeen Angus Bulls of the show. GRAND CHAMPION ABERDEEN ANGUS BULL A presentation wil! be made by the CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE, Leth- bridge, Albera, to the winner. RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION ABERDEEN ANGUS BULL A presentation will be mode by the BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, Main Branch, Leth- bridge, Albera to the winner. BEST PAIR OF BULLS A presentation will be made by MR. C. S. BRANDLEY, Lethbridge, Alberto, to the winner. ABERDEEN ANGUS SALE Thursday, April 5 p.m. Sharp SPECIAL EVENTS All Exhibits Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Toes., Wed., Thurs., Fri. April 2, 3, 4, 5 FASHION SHOW PROFESSIONAL AND BEAUTIFUL April 3 p.m. April 6 p.m. GIANT FARM MACHINERY AND SERVICES DISPLAY Agriculture as it is now and will be in future SEED COMPETITION AND DISPLAY Show of champions PROGRESSIVE FARMING AND HOME SHOW ALBERTA PRODUCT DISPLAY Show of Alberta Agricultural Processing Industry. IIMUTE INSTALLATIONS at 3rd Avenue and 4th Street S. Downtown Lethbridge PHONE 327-8888 ECONOMY MUFHCRS LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS it 'PERFORMANCE MUFFLERS CUSTOM DUAL EXHAUSTS if SHOCK ABSORBERS PAST 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION OPEN MONDAY TO SATURDAY 9 to 6 p.m. As usual Unbeatable Prices, FiiMtt Guarantees of Product and Workmanship FREE INSPECTIONS AND ESTIMATES SPECIAL TRACTOR MUFFLERS AND UP ;