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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD Soturaoy, Apr.....9, J Fisk picks up tvhere he left off. circling the bases ianguillen realizes now that Clemente is gone knws that mulor boats are not permitted on Henderson Lake. Perhaps they didn't know this is a provincial deci- sion, made witli local appro- val ard enforced by federal law The fish and -wildlife divi- sion of the Alberta govern- ment has released a state- ment on boating restrictions in this part of the province. "Boating restriction regula- tions for many Alberta lakes and reservoirs probably be in effect in 1973 and after- wards. Boaters should be- come familiar vith these regulations since a number of prohibitions concerning the use of power driven vessels, maximum speed limits, and waters on a power- driven vessel towing a per- son on skis, a surf board or any other equip- ment is not permitted, are given. Standard signs will be used throughout Canada which will designate the types of prohibitions appli- cable for designated waters. "These regulations were drafted by the Alberta De- partment of Lands and For- ests in cooperation with mu- nicipal governments and other associations and have been enacted as law by the federal government under the Canada Shipping Act. The regulations are designed to zone the types of uses satis- factory for various lakes and reservoirs to reduce conflict- ing interests. following prohibitions apply to waters in the Leth- bridge region. (A) Waters on which power- driven vessels are prohibited except with the authority of the Federal Minister of Transport: Allison (Chinook) Reservoir, B u r m i s Lake, Bathing Lake. Bovin (Blue) Lake, Emerald (Hart) Lake, Gold Springs Reservoir, Hen- derson Lake, Latho's Re- servoir, Little Beaverdam Lake, Michelle Reservoir, R e e s o r Lake Reservoir, Spruce Coulee Reservoir, Summit Lake, Taber Fish and Game Pond, Granlea Reser- voir. (B) Waters on which power- driven vessels are subject to a maximum speed limit (8 m.p.h.) ('-indicates speed limit applies to posted Chain Lakes Beaverdam Lake, Cochrane Lake. Heniger's Reservoir, Outpost (Police) Lake, Beau- vais Lake, Elkwater Lake, Park Lake, Beaver Mines Lake. (C) Waters on which a power- driven vessel towing a per- son on water skis, a surf board or any other equip- ment is prohibited: Beavuais Lake, Chain Lakes Reservoir, Mami (Paine; Lake. "Please request a copy of Boating in Alberta, a sum- mary of boating restriction regulations 1972. from your local fish and wildlife office for further details. Although raw sewage some- times gets into the Crowsnest Saskatoon opens ivith 6-1 triumph lUvcr. fish m Ihc arc safe to cat, according to Duane S. Kadford. regional fishery biologist at Leth- bridge. Says Mr. Kadford: anglers from the Crou-snest Pass and area have been concerned in re- cent >ears about eating Rain- bow trout and mountain white- fish taken from the Crows- nest River. For this reason some sportsmen no longer fish tlus stream. They believe that because some raw sew- age occasionally enters this river during overflow periods from the town of Blair- more's sewage system resi- dent fish are not fit for con- sumption. Although the peri- odic overflow of untreated sewage is a serious problem which must be corrected it docs not render fish unfit for consumption. "We have had samples of both rainbow trout and moun- tain whitefish analyzed for contents of copper, lead, mer- cury, pesticides, and zinc. The levels of these substances in both species are all well below the tolerance levels establish- ed by the Federal Food and Drug Directorate for human consumption of fish. For this reason anglers should not have reservations about fish- ing in the Crowsnest River or eating their catch. v THTC ASSOCIATED rflF.SS game but about a man who had j games last season afl meant so much to T'itlsburgh of knee operations, s SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE k 328-2702-327-3610 A "Play ball." and Pittsburgh Pirates charged from the du- gout without-Roberto Clemente. High on their left sleeve was No. 21 circled in black. "Now I know he is really gone, now I know I am the right said Manny Sanguillcn. Sanguillen, playing the posi- tion once occupied by Clemente. caught a fly ball for the last out of the game as the Pirates opened their 1973 National League baseball season Friday with a 7-5 triumph over St. Louis Cardinals. The opener at Three Rivers Stadium was one of five Na- tional League affairs. Chicago Cubs edged Montreal Expos 3-2, New York Mets stopped Phila- delphia Phillies 3-0, Houston As- tros nu-dged Atlanta Braves 2-1 in 13 innings and San Diego Padres trimmed Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2. After hauling in Lou Brock's shot to right, Sanguillen pre- ferred not to talk about the over the years. "F dreamt about Roberto last night." said Sanguillen of C'e- msnte, killed in a mercy-mis- sion plane crash New Year's Eve. "Before the game I still wondered about him, thinking maybe he was still alive. Now I know he's gone.'' The sombre Sanguillen got en- couragement from Clemenle's widow, Vera, before going oui to play an unaccustomed posi- tion. He's a former catcher. "She said: 'Don't worry. We're praying for you and wish you the said Sanguillen. Clemente's uniform was offi- cially retired prior to the first pitch and his widow, mother and three young sons received a long-standing ovation from the crowd of Tony OUva made home run history as a designated hitler Friday night but Minnesota Twins were just as happy over a couple of designated out- fielders. Oliva, who played in only 10 after a pair smashed a two-rim homer off Oakland's Catfish Hunter in the first in- ning, his first since 1971, and outfielders Larry Hisle and Jim Holt added solo blasts as the Twins spoiled the A's opening game as baseball's world cham- pions 8-3. The three other games on opening day of the American League season also featured long balls, although none of the seven other history-making des- ignated hitters achieved any- thing more than a single. Carlton Fisk belted two homers, one a grand slam, and drove in six runs as Boston Red Sox shelled New York Yankees 15-5; Baltimore's Brooks Robin- son drove in four runs with a pair of homers and Dem Baylor delivered a homer, triple and two doubles in the Orioles' 10-0 rout of Milwaukee Brewers, and Frank Robinson homered the first pitch on his return to the AL to start California Angels and Nolan Ryan to a 3-2 triumph over Kansas City Roy- als. Chicago White Sox and Texas Rangers were rained out while Detroit Tigers and Cleveland Indians get under way today. Oliva batted in cleanup spot Named Salesman of the Month CHEVROLET OLDSMOBIIE OK SUPERMARKET CAR LOT PHONE 328-1101 Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile is pleased to announce that Chester Pocza has achieved the honor of "SALESMAN OF THE MONTH" for March 1973. Chesrer lias haC a ivealth of experience in the automobile industry. He wel- comes his many friends and customers to come in and see the new 1973 cars and trucks. As an experienced transportation expert h i s advice to you with Beny You'll BENYfit. NEW FROM GENERAL ELECTRIC NO MORE GAS NO MORE OIL tractor a QUIET a VERSATILE D POWERFUL Five sizes to choose from Fall line ol attachments YOU SAW THEM AT AG-EXPO (6 models to choose from) DEALER INQUIRIES INVITED FRIESEN INDUSTRIES LTD. 1220 MERIDIAN ME., CALGARY, ALTA. 276-4665 as the Twins' designated hitter. "This way, at least I get a chance to be in the ball said the sore-kneed slugger. Orlando Cepeda, Boston's des- ignated hitter, suffered through an O-for-6 game but the other Red Sox exploded with 20 hits to bury the Yankees. Carl Yastrzemski, who didn't hit his first home run last sea- son until July 22, connected in the first inning and Fisk smacked a two-run shot In the second and a grand slam in the fourth. New York's Ron Blomberg actually was the first desig- nated hitter in major league history. For trivia buffs it was p.m. EST when he walked with the bases loaded in the first inning to drive across the first run by a designated hitter. ELECTRICAL MINOR TUNE-UP SPECIAL INCLUDES PARTS and LABOR New AC spark plugs New points New condenser labor Free electrical engine analysis on our Sun 6 cylinder Includes 10 GALLONS of regular gas FREE 8 cylinder 3540 Includes 15 GALLONS of regular gas FREE In Effect Until Sat., April 14 SPRING SPECIAL B.F. GOODRICH PERFORMA GT WHITE LETTERS Reg. up to 66.65. NOW While stocks last STEVE SPISAK Owner Lessee UNION 76 MAGRATH SERVICE 422 Mayor Magrath Phone 328-9766 V- fx- REAL VALUE AT "if m IV '-A i m SASKATOON Blades took a 1-" lead in their Canada HocK- py Lcasnic semi final against j Flin Finn Bombers, winning' Friday's pamc K-l before 4.003 i The Jcams placed CAcnly for the first 20 minutes. Russ Walk- er Saskatoon a J-fl lead I at 2-.ll of HIT period hill j Waiw from! tor Fim Flon pi 31 EACH SIZE Blackwall OTHER SIZES BLACKWALL AND WHITEWALL AT COMPARABLE PRICES Laredo is best known as "the original rain tire" because of its performance on wet pavement, and dry! nylon construction 7-nb. deep traction-slotted tread traction cuts minimize aquaplaning Recessed whitewall or blackwal! in 1hr srroriff on 2na' bv f Rnh Finunv; ,-Jivl Bill Mine ral Kooncy and Bourne, with his sccwsd the game, completed Saskatoon's in the final period. 1hc <3cffat. Flin F3on Slcv.art S mskinc 29 manv of them from point-hlank ranee Humphreys in the Saskatoon goal blocked 21 Bom- ber shots. The power play i was a big difference in the eamc at cmrncderf limes. with Hrninx1 T thr fnH Flin Flin liol; r.f ijif 13 minor pcnallif1. by referee Terry Pcarcc fA Tor- isr V' NA 1 'V A j, V- v< The second came of Ihe KT- acberJulfd for Sunda-. alter-- yn m Aj1h "iiTTi'1 ihif-C j i ,_.- '.oCi. 11 FJon I-.CA.I FnOa-, Sim- CHARGEX s THE SALES LETHBRIDGE 1621 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5985 TABER 6201 50th Phone 223-3441 FERNIE B.C. Phone 423-7746 ;