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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta II THI LITHMNMI M1RALD t, W4 'Yf THt LAST TWO KITH fT.1 ON XJWfrfT. iPNOU It Overtime sinks Capital as Monroe hits for 10 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "Our defence was the said Kentucky coach Babe McCarthy after the Colonels beat Carolina Cougars 99-96 Friday to take a 2-0 lead in their American Basketball Association Eastern Division semi-final. Kentucky centre more scored 34 points Friday, one more than he did in the first game of the series, had 20 rebounds and six blocked shots. The Colonels sealed the vic- tory with three free throws by Louie Dampier and Ron Thompson in the final 10 seconds. The Cougars hit 38 per cent from the floor, but were kept in the game by forcing 37 Colonel ABA playoff record. In National Basketball Association, New York Knicks took a 101-93 overtime decision from Capital Bullets and Chicago Bulls edged Detroit Pistons 8483. HOUSING CORPORATION IN CO-OPERATION WITH CENTRAL MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION INVITES YOU TO INVESTIGATE THEIR ASSISTED OWNERSHIP PROGRAM For families in the Lethbridge area earning between each year. The Alberta Housing Corporation is partici- pating with the Federal Government through Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation in the Assisted Home Ownership Program. The program is designed to assist lower in- come families to become homeowners and provides an attractive alternative to renting. .Under the program, families may own a home without spending more than 25% of their gross income on mortgage payments. TO QUALIFY Your annual income be within the qua- lifying range for the area in which you wish to reside. Your family must include one or more de- pendent children. One parent families may also qualify under the program. Qualifying terms will vary depending on areas. TYPE OF HOUSING There tS no limit to a specific bedroom count, but the home will be modest in size.and spec- ifications. New homes, as well as existing .houses, may be purchased under the Assisted Home Ownership Program. TO APPLY For more information about the Assisted Home Ownership Program, please call the Alberta Housing Corporation, 328-3692. Lethbridge, or write direct to: Alberta Housing Corporation, Assisted Home Ownership Program, 11810 Kingsway Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 0X6. Or your nearest Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation office. Knicks 101 Bullets Earl Monroe's only field goal of the second half came with 37 seconds remaining and sent the game into overtime. Then Monroe poured in 10 of the Knicks' 14 extra-period points. Phil Chenier led Capital with 21, while Monroe, a former Bullet, finished with 23 points. The Eastern Conference series, tied at 2-2, returns to New_York for the fifth game Sunday. Bulls 84 Pistons 83 Chet Walker sank a pair of free throws with 14 seconds remaining to pull the Bulls out of danger for the final time. Walker finished with 21 for the Bulls, who lead in their Western Conference semi- final 2-1. Walton proves worthy NEWPORT BEACH, Calif (CP) Mike Walton's flare for excitement in the National Hockey League at Boston and Toronto was often overshadowed by incidents totally unrelated to his acknowledged talent. He's been a free soul, however, in the World Hockey Association where he jumped in the 1973-74 season to Minnesota Fighting Saints for a multi-year contract reported to be Walton gave the Saints their moneys worth in his initial WHA campaign, winning the scoring title with 117 points that included a league leading 57 goals The firey left winger's late season spurt sent him ahead of injured Gordie Howe, Houston Aeros' elder statesman, and defending scoring champion Andre Lacroix of New Jersey Knights. Lacroix's 111 points included a record 80 assists while Howe, the all-time NHL scoring leader off a two-year retirement, finished with 100 points and third place despite missing the last couple of weeks with an injury. Floyd pressing GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) John Mahaffey and Jim Jamieson shared a one-stroke advantage over Ray Floyd Friday after the second round Friday of the J220.000 Greater Greensboro Open golf tournament., Mahaffey had a second round 66 and Jamieson shot a 67 to tie for the lead with a two-round total of 133, nine under par, while Lee Trevino had a 68 and was tied with an international group of seven others at 135, just two shots back. Two Buy SetasMi sfctro honors of fir Mvth 74 nmv Beny Chevrolet OWsmoblK Is pleased to announce that Chester Pocza and Emil Romanchuk both achieved the honor of being top 'Seteimen of the Month' for March.. They both had many years experience ,m the business. Their to you is Deal with Beny you'll BENY-ftt. EMIL ROMANCHUCK Sales Hft OfWOLET QLKMOBULE OK ewpeniMniet Let moNim-1101 every time we count... we have more! Our circulation figures are like bunniei a it G constantly multiplying all over our trading area, 2 The Uthfoidge Herald fc 3 DAILY AVERAGE PAID CIRCULATION MONTH OF MARCH 1974 An INCREASE of 801 Copies s over corresponding 1 month last year! k is SATURDAY AVERAGE PAID CIRCULATION MONTH OF MARCH 1974 An INCREASE of 751 Copies S over corresponding month last year! Over readers and potential buyers daily! Who Reads the Newspaper? EVERYBODY EVERY DAY! Your MOST EFFECTIVE advertising medium The Lethbridge Herald "Serving and Selling the South" ;