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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1946 Linder To Manage Show COLEMAN TO STAGE STAMPEDE IN AH) OF SKATING RINK FUND Olds Prize Winner In a deter- ned effort to s tee of pairs be made to the building this to The provirseial depariameafc of health taoercaloas control division plans to have a mobile X-ray uais through East Koosenay starting August 15 available to all the llc, and expects soaae 15.000 people to take advantage of ibft oppor- tunity of examination. Children 15 years and isnder BQI be X-raved since this method of examination has prowea unsatis- factory for cMldren. Hp'srever ail adults" are eligible for tfee service. An advance representaave in July trill stop at the principal cenires, includes Cranbroofc. Ximber- ley. Teraia and Cresson to help organize- local cozamiuees to make the details of arrangements so thas the largess possible number of peo- ple can be examined. Since subjects are photographed clothed preliminary arrangements will EOS require dressing rooms, which speeds up ihe number ot people who caa be X-ra? phsao- in the and program had been arranged, following which the Lions and their friends adjourned to the auditor- ium and listened to an interesting description of the electric organ and and a lo-minute recital by a ialent- ed musician upon this modern instrument. To end the delightful evening a buffet supper was served S to about 30 people at the home of lion Ray Melsoa. XO FROST DAMAGE Sunday eve- ning it started to rain and snow and by Monday morning about four inches of wet snow had fallen. Light snow fell until Monday noon but was all melted shortly after. No frost damase has been reported. Some seeding is being resumed, also re-seeding where damage was done bv the wind the nrevious Wednes- dav. Ritchie Paterson Company CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS P.O. BOX 940. 5 and 6 ACADIA BLDG. TELEPHONE 2619 612 THIRD ATE. S. Long Resident Penile Dies ANNOUNCING THE NEW "HUMBOLDT" HYDRAULIC LOADERS What You Have Been Waiting For: 1. Twin Cylinders. 2. Nothing above Tractor, when scoop is down. 3. No cables, no side 4. Quickly attached and detached. 5. 8-foot lift on mosC tractors. 6. Guaranteed. Price S285.00 F.O.B., Lethbridge PUMPS AVAILABLE FOR ALL MODELS WHY PAY MORE DAVIS DAVIS GENERAL DELIVERY, LETHBRIDGE Agents Wanted Enquire Now FERXIE. 3. T P i In tae o: sir.- sars. f. mc-c caa be X-'av Coaldale Trims White School Lumber Company At Fernie Changes Haadb two (ENS) league means that a taken on the water question unless a petit'on is signed oy w In the 5oftball and baseball games played with Turin Sunday. Sundial were the victors m both games with scores of 6-0 and 4-2. Two Seriously Hurt In Accident at Kingsgate CRAXBROOK, B.O. Two woniai were seriously injured and two other passengers were I bruised and sustained miaor in- J junes when sedan broke through she raihr.g of the bndge over the Movie near Kingsgate Wed- nesday afternoon and fell to the 1 i Mrs. Thomas Barrett, owner of the car. sustained a broken arm and while her daughter. Mrs. Ker.netn Haynes, had broken ribs and bruises and abrasions. Kenneth Kavnes and Ruth Wilson, who were :n the car suffered shock and were shaken up. They are all residents of Crar.orook. OX HOLIDAYS SEVEN PERSON'S. Donald CP.R. aser.t, and Mrs. Icfi Thursday for a two-week holiday to be spent, in visiting relaates sn Medicine Hat snd Saskatoon Mr. McDermitt. of Coalhurst, mill be relief agent dur- ing Mr. Munro's absence. Authorized HARRISON. McCORD COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE Original Equipment RADIATORS ii! AND CORES Radiators Ltd. 114 Eighth St. S- Near C.P.R. Station Phone-412L "Dessrr to AbUitT." DANDELIONS and WEEDS Xo fasck breakiiu; puilma da-idcbor-a1 Ho s.r1 vou can lawn from and StHindi too good lo be cn-f? Bft it !S trat! Thar.kj to FAIRV DANDELION ard WEED KILLER This pr-parauon CCOTCT in fvrai 1 it. DANDELION and WEED KILLER from Hardware. D-'iz ar.d G-n'ra5 Stores- on Fiyvifw DandHion (basic mfttffrails phed by another of "5> of a family which in- cludes DDT Gard-n Spray: 5Tc DDT Barn tprav Fair- 3TC DDT Surface Sor.y: Fajrn-w 50% DDT Ln i-.ock gcrsy. Cop DDT: Fairvjrw's famous dfancr. FOR-ALL (formerly Chor- All) A western Canada for 27 FAIRVIEW CHEMICAL COMPANY LTD. REGINA SASK. F1 OPEN The Following Hours Next Week Sunday a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to a.m. to p.m. These hours next week only. As arranged amoag dealers It is our turn to give after regular hoars service to the public. SHORT STOP AUTO SERVICE MERCURY AND LINCOLN DEALERS GENUINE FORD PARTS Corner 4th ATC. and Stb. St, Lethbridge The REPLACES THE OLD-FASHIONED HOE The Marvel Garden Cultivator is the modern gardener's tool. It represents a sensational new meth- od of conserving moisture and con- trolling weeds. The Marvel will keep your top-soil well-worked to conserve moisture, will destroy weeds at the roots and is so quickly and easily operated that you will use it often and so keep your garden looking better. LADY GARDENERS THE MARVEL IS WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR. Come In For a Demonstration. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LIMITED 1621 THIRD AVENUE LETHBRIDGE TABER RODEO MAY 24 1 P.M. Frontier days events sponsored by Taber Rodeo Committee and Taber Board of Trade Clarke Lund, Arena Manager ;