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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Tuesday, December 10, 1974 Minor hockey The Kings downed the Mustangs 10-3 in Lethbridge Minor Hockey League play in the Bantam B division. Brian Kowalko, Ron MacDonald and Brad Kirschenmen scored two apiece for the winners while singletons went to Todd Canan, Ralph Quint, Jim Gilbert and John Higa. Brad Axworthy potted two for the Mustangs and Russell Coulter jot the other. Hornets edged the Nuggets 5-4 in a Bantam B contest with Roy Husch, James Szucs, Bradley Smith, Jerry Gurr and Emilo Manttello scoring for the winners. Nuggets' goal getters were Peter LeClair, Bruce Lyon, Robert Hoffman and Mark Peta. Geoff Paskuski picked up all three goals for the Flames in their 3-3 tie with the Flyers. Robbie Nomura scored two for the Flyers and Craig Ellis got the other. In Bantam B action the Monarchs dropped the Lions 8-2. Dwayne Osberg scored twice for the wirners while single goals went to Brian Osberg, Paul Gray, Bill Moser, John Getkate, Terry Raats and Don Credico. YAMAHA ORGANS New and Used I COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-3694 ANDY CAPP Bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL ALPINE DRYWALLING Peggy Forry 322 Eloise Ives 286 Jen Hegi 288 Melody Bobinec 266 Ruby Oseen 265 Bunny Anderson 255 Laverne Owen 266; Peggy Witham 252; Marion Nelson 239; Marie Barnett 249; Mary Rath 271 Mary Blair 237 C.P.R. SOCIAL Alma Williams 293 Elaine Sinclair 246; Bob Anderson 283 Chris Guenther 277 Den- nis Oberg 253; Rollie Howes 242; George Matchett 241; Betty Young 284 Ken Larson 319: John Sera 265; Fil Oberg 291 CIVIL SERVICE Vern Stewart 264 Mike Prokop 241; John Erickson 276; Jenny Fisher 276; Keith Seibert 275; Dwain Beesley 261; Mabel Harrold 353 Edith Vot' 291; Mary Hryniuk 241, Bertha Quayle 255; Tom Snow 266. YOUNG ADULTS Jim Malcomson 299; Rhonda Gier 230; Brian Rossetti 236; Barbara Toth 298; Jeanne McEwen 224; David Urban 264: Neal Nishikawa 250; Linda Malcomson 331 Rogan Sinclair 283 Ken Korsa 230. Y.B.C. JUNIORS Heather Doyle 223; Curtiss THURSDAY GOLDEN AGE Charles Ober 264; Howard White 236; Walter Baker 259 Harry Chapman 250: Alt Bell 299 Fred Smeed 229; Matt Bernhart 228; Frank Bernhart 253; Arie Koole 226; Bill Jensen 235; Harry Long 250; Jack Stacey 214; Louise Ober 219; Marie Arthur 211. C.J.O.C. Reg Arnold 266 Jim More 258 Bill Doram 286; Rudy Van Ryn 297 Ian Hewitt 272; Bill Takacs 295; Jock Mulgrew 263 Frank Bernhart 279: Kay Davison 271; Kathy Mueller 286; Eleanor Fenton 257 Closson 205; Judy Rapuano 208; Floyd Moncrieff 208; Daren Flexhaug 278 Valerie Wallace 234. BANTAM BOYS Donald Taniguchi 157; Kirby Nishikawa 179; DarCy Flexhaug 157: Rob Prince 169; Victor Hrycyk 169; Raymond Brown 211; Alien Stewart 155; Murray Johnson 195; Randy Tremel 196; Brian Kolibas 139. BANTAM GIRLS Sherry Kolibas 152; Barbie Costanzo 141; Laura Peterson 163; Naomi Tinsley 128; Dianne Vaselenak 159; Mary '_ou Donate 129; Paula Jennings 121; Leanne Chanda 115; Shauna Moss 117; Betty Ann Pitt 111. CFCN TRIPLES Les Oyke 328 Ken Kurt? 301 Jack Smeed 363 Jean Passey 340 Erma McGuire 328; Elaine Brown 318; Bea Salmon 305; Darwin Romanchuk 319 Karlyn Spitzer 312; Jeanette Smeed 304 Ethel Skinner 367 Shirley Alexander 316 George Smerek 304 CAPRI BOWL DOUG'S Beth Hannan 236; Joyce Bach 257 Chris Guenther 273 Joyce Witwicki 242; Anna Stickel 282; Elfriede Ouapp 265; Mary Nicolson 235 Mary Mihalik 240; Darlene Heck 226; Allison Wiebe 226. V.B.C. FRIDAY SCHOOLS JUNIORS Kim Masson 216; Brian Rossetti 226; Mike Gerla 201; Kevin Prindle 254; Mark Gretzinger 221; Cheryl Smith 204; Tom Miklos 256; Merylen Bunnage 208. BANTAMS Brent Carson 198; David Prindle 191; Heather Doyle 230; Terry Kirschenman 250; Geof Paskuski 235; Drew Alston 224. A.G.T. Brian Murkin 410 Lyle Rajala 240; Jerry Areshenko 249; Frank Tut- tle 244; John Robertson 324; Ed Ferner 244; Art Parks 254; Tom Yip 244; Liz Robertson 240; Shirley Areshenko 244; Adele Pizzingrilte 240. FRIDAY MIXED Morley Richardson 311; Earl Doucette 259; Mike Bruchet 250; Joe Amatto 251; Bill Gray 25S; Wayne Giberson 257; Randilee Richardson 225: Donna Wiebe 242; Marion Triska 212; Mel Amatto 254. Y.B.C. JET BOYS David Mann 154; Dean Hovey 198; Colin Wiebe 141; Brian Brand 171; Brad Wisnevski 134; Darren Bailey 135; Nolan Mutter 144; Bruce Harvie 142. BANTAM BOYS Edwin Burwash 310; Don Tinordi 225; Torn Amatto 197; David Ross 178; Ricky Woodman 231; Tommy Doyle 156; Brent Baldrey 153: Bruce Virostek 153; Travis Oseen 159. JET GIRLS Carolin Woodman 108; Jodi Freel 110; Sonya Decaire 106; Shelley MoKenney 107; Brand! Lament 128; Victoria Kieselbach 104; Nancy Ferguson 149. If you think only large cxpmpanies can deal with the GoMemment Please send further information on how my company can do with OS City_______________PosWI _ m CmnBi, K1AMS I I Thisyed' tne Canjdian Govcmmeni through DSS (Depditmpnl of Supply a.iO Services) will diversified goods ana services flillffien! Canadian industries Naturally trie Government buys Irom large industries you do too1 Bui m lac! 95% ot DSS uoniiacis are for less than SlO 000 00 and most ol these ate awarded tc Canadian operations Thc'e no reason your caoiDcify shouldn t be one of thorn Cdcn year Government ord-T booKs show an al offices impressrve list Of items ranging Iron food and and to pf arid paper clips in fact 3.1 the services and supp'ies a modern govern nicnt needs You name it the Goveiniwnt probably i: Find out how you can share this vast business volume Send us the coupon and we will show you how lo do business with the Canadian Services Opportunity knocks Please send further information on how my company can do business with DSS. Name_ _Title. Company. Type of Company- Company address- City -Postal Code- JProv.. To: Secretary, Supply Administration Department of Supply and Services, Code 20A MacDonald Building, 123 Slater Street Ottawa, Ontario K1AOS5 This year the Canadian government, through the Department of Supply and Services will buy over billion worth of diversified goods and services from many Canadian industries. Naturally, DSS buys from large industries you do too! But, in fact, 95% of DSS contracts are for under and most of these are awarded competitively to small Canadian operations. If you provide the kinds of goods and services DSS buys, it is your right to be considered for such business. >ly and Services Canada Jean-Pierre Goyer Minister and Receiver General for Canada Each year, DSS order books show an astonishing variety of items, ranging from food and clothing to furniture and tractors, from computers and ships to pencils and paper in effect, the and supplies your government needs. Find out how simple it is to try for a share of this vast business volume. Write to your nearest re- gional office or send this coupon. We'll explain what it takes to do business with DSS. Approvisionnements et Services Canada Jean-Pierre Goyer Ministre et Receveur general du Canada The mailing addresses of DSS Regional Supply Offices are shown below: P.O. Box 3000 Main Post Office Dartmouth, N.S B2Y 4A8 800 Golf Road Nuns' Island Montreal, Que. H3E1G9 1010 Somerset St. W. Ottawa, Ontario K1AOT4 1191 Cawthra Road Port Credit. Ont. L.5G 4KB MacDonald Blda. Room 326, 344 Edmonton Street Winnipeg, Man. R3B2X? 10210-107th Street Edmonton, Alta. T5J1J9 355 Viking Way Richmond, B.C. V6V 1W6 Davis fires in 52 points to lead Lundbreck Sabres Mike Davis poured in 52 points Friday night to pace the Lundbreck Sabres to a 73- 45 triumph over the Coalhurst Celtics in Par West Conference high school basketball action. Allen Michalsky aided the Lundbreck cause with 11 points while Al Masnyk with 16, and Gordon Tanjului with 12 led the Coalhurst scorers. In other Far West boys' play, Nobleford Blades pulled away in the second half after leading only 26-25 at the half to dump St. Michael's Dragons 55-46, and Matthew Halton Hawks thumped Crowsnest Panthers 36-16. Art paced the Blades with 19 points while Trevor Esau hooped 15. Marcel Hochstein had 17 for the losers and Rob Fritz add- ed 11. The Hawks were led by Den- nis Mikilak, who rimmed seven points in the defensive battle, while Lee Shaffer was tops for Crowsnest with six. In girls' action, Debbie Delinte's 24 points were instrumental as Lundbreck Sabrettes whipped Coalhurst Celettes 51-30. Gerri Price added 10 for the winners while Grace Roulton had 16 and Mary Stoffer 10 in a losing cause. Carolyn Sjogren fired in 16 points to pace Nobleford's Bladettes to a 56-31 triumph over St. Mike's Dragonettes. Brenda Hochstein had 16 points for the Dragonettes. Mntthew Halton Hornets outscored Crowsnest Pandas 23-8 in the second half as they took a 39-18 decision in the other girls' game. Rhonda Clemens had 12 points for the winners while Billie Stewart topped Crowsnest scorers with four points. In Southwest Conference varsity boys' action, Taber W. R. Myers Trotters rebounded from a narrow 33-32 halftime deficit to clobber Stirling Lakers 77-59. Keith Jensen was out- standing for the Trotters as he Tiooped 2? points while team- mate Allan Matthews was close behind with 25. Tim Jesperson helped out with 18. Scott LeVeene had 20 points to lead the Lakers who also got 12 points each from Stephen Hill and Robert Viuperz. In other boys' games Friday, Claresholm Cobras edged Milk River Comets 61- 57, Fort Macleod Flyers thumped Vauxhall Vikings 68- 39, and Picture Butte Sugar Kings slipped past Coaldale Kate Andrews Gaels 42-34. Randy Cerochie led the Cobras with 18 points in their win over Milk River. Rob MacOdrum added 13 while Ross Tolley with 18 and Neil Burrows with 16 paced the losers. Chris Donahue fired in 16 points for the Flyers while Blaine Barr hooped an ad- ditional 15. Ben Janz of Vaux- hall was the game's top scorer with 18 points and Brent Golby had 12 more in a losing cause. The Sugar Kings got 22 points from Terry Hanna en route to their win in Coaldale. Murray Hughes added 11 while Ewald Granson had 12 to lead the Gaels, who shot a miserable 21% from the floor. In Southwest junior varsity play, the Fort Macleod An- sons whipped Vauxhall Norsemen 43-25, Stirling dumped W. R. Myers 46-32, and Kate Andrews edged Pic- ture Butte 30-26. Murray Orr had i2 points to lead the Ansons while team- mate Dan Van Wyck added 11. Rod Lanser scored eight for the Norsemen. Holt Zaugg hooped 14 points for Stirling in their win while Lome Mills accounted for 12 of Myers' points. In girls' play, Kate Andrews Larks needed an overtime period to nip Picture Butte Sugar Queens 36-34. The two clubs had been knotted at 33 at the end of regulation time. Bonnie Stanko notched 19 points for the winners while Shelley Dickout had 10 for the Sugar Queens. In the other games, Claresholm clobbered Milk River 56-10 and Fort Macleod Kinooks defeated Vauxhall Vi- Queens 52-33. Coryl Schuler scored 16 points and Carolyn MacOdrum chipped in with 12 to lead Claresholm to their win. Nancy Evans managed four points for MilK River. Peggy Connors and Judy Lee scored 12 points each for Fort Macleod while Liz Van Uden was the game's top scorer for Vauxhall with 13 points. Lundbreck Livingston Sabres easily handled the Crowsnest Panthers 53-20 Monday night in a Far West game at Lundbreck. Mike Davis was the big man for the Sabres with 15 points. In the girls contest the Lundbreck Sabrettes dropped the Crowsnest Pandas 58-23. Debbie Delinte had a big 30 point night and Jerry Price added 20 more for Lundbreck. Shutouts order of day in broomball league Five shutouts were featured Sunday in Lethbridge and District Broomball League play. Frank Kocsinko was in the nets as Shaughnessy blanked Jaycees 4-0. Dave Smith, Rudy Fleischhauer, Tom Virostek and Helmut For- madas scored for Shaughnessy. Lethbridge Hotel continued its unbeaten string as they nipped the Knight Clubbers 1- 0. Leo Matteotti got the shutout and Max Whiteford scored the goal. Herman's Upholstery, behind Vic Willms goal ten- ding, blanked Lethbridge Correctional Institute 2-0. Jim Fraser batted home both goals in the game. Norm Vaselenak held Ace Building scoreless in the W T L Pts Lethbridge Hotel.......7 1 015 Herman's Upholstery .6 2 0 14 J L Roofing......5 2 1 12 Miner's Library ........4 2 2 10 Shaughnessy ..........3 329 Southern Signs ......4 1 3 9 Jaycee-...............3 1 4 7 Ace Building...........3 1 4 7 Eagles ..............3 0 5 6 Knight Clubbers .......1 1 6 3 Leth. Corr. Ins.......; 0 7 2 City Hall Gang .......1 o 7 2 SCORING LEADERS GAP Roger McAdam......... 10 5 15 Max Whiteford......... 7 2 9 Gus Fomradas.......... 5 4 9 Bill Ressler............. 5 3 8 Butch Lee.............. 2 6 3 Dennis Boguski......... 6 1 7 Alan Pennington..... 5 2 7 Ben Schmold........... 4 3 7 Jim Corey.............. 4 3 7 Southern Signs net as his team earned a tough 2-0 win. Jim Corey and Ben Schmold did the goal scoring. Kerry Banack scored both goals as the Miner's Library blanked the City Hall Gangsters 2-0. Ray Patterson earned the shutout. In the only game where both teams scored J and L Roofing edged tha Eagles 2-1. Dennis Boguski and Tom Boychuk scored for the winners and Doug McKenzie got the Eagle marker. Taber B's win 5-3 In Midget Spud League play the Taber B team dropped the Lethbridge Colts 5-3. Bernie Bonette and Malcolm Kano scored two apiece for the winners and Glen Sparks added the other marker. Tom Block, Keith Miyashiro and Lloyd Krikke were the Colt goal getters. The Lethbridge Marlands rapped in 13 goals while Taber could only come up with two in another Spud League contest. The Marlands are un- defeated in five starts for the year. Lethbridge Colts and the Brooks Midgets battled to a 6- 6 draw in a Friday contest. NOTICE! To Lethbridge Herald Advertisers: The Lethbridge Herald YEAR-END PICTURE PARADE Will be Published TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31st This popular once a year feature offers your firm the opportunity to intro- duce members of your sales staff to over Lethbridge Herald read- ers at a very reasonable cost. The Lethbridge Herald Photographers will be available to take pictures at your convenience and by appointment! For further information call the Display Advertising Department! Clip and Mail this Form or Telephone 328-4411 The Lethbridge Herald YEAR-END PICTURE PARADE P.O. Box 670, Lethbridge YES, we wish to be included in the Year-End Picture Parade Name Address Telephone............................................... We will be available for picture taking We will to be taken Date...................... Time (Deadline for Picture Taking is December 23rd) ;