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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, December 12, 1974 Bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL DAIRY QUEEN Hertha Matson 236, Dodie Hodges 260 Helen Rossottl 250 Kathy Carpenter 216. Marg Prudham 215. Minnie Kaskiw 227. Alice Guise 228; Ronnie Tedesco 248, Irene Harris 321 Vermce Herbig 215 HAMILTON JR. HIGH Greg Forrest 171. Edwin Burwash 234. Kelly Blake 245. Marty Shigehiro 278. Allan Baker 223; Merylen Bun- nage 201. BENDIX Karlyn Spitzer 363 George Brunlaw 285, Garth Barr 254. Kay Hyndman 251. Debbie Barton 288; Guy Brown 275; Brian Wilson 261, Hana Snlcer 245. SPEEDYS Jeanette Smeed 304 Alice Gler 256 Grace Beard 245, Gall Sarka 252. Bev Deal 289 Helen Deal 251. Elaine Brown 241; Marlene Tremel 231. Marg Smith 306 (680) A.D.A. Jean Kazala 252, Lori Dorchak 222, HOME-HELP SERVICE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS The City of Lethbridge is pleased to an- nounce that it has received L.I.P. funds and will be able to continue some of the kinds of services formerly offered by Con- cern to senior citizens in Lethbridge. These services will include: 1. MINOR HOME MAINTENANCE floors, walls, stoves, cupboards and replacing windows repair 2. YARDWORK sndw from walkways leaves mending clean-up 3. REFERRALS ON OTHER SERVICES AVAIL ABLE IN LETHBRIDGE FOR HOME-HELP SERVICE Phone: 327-5725 Cathy McGinty 274, Bill Wiaderry 233, Sherry Clark 237 Ray Bud 236 GOLDEN AGE Kay Davlson 279, George Matched 285 Len Milner 255, Frank Bernhart 227, Katie Bernhart 214, Hjalmar Nelson 293, Mary Ward 217, Ruby Oseen 287 Nick Blanch! 268. Harry Chapman 282, Betty Murtland 249, Rose Nunweller 246 Jack Nunweiler 250. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Bev Clark 286. John Rosenfelt 312 Ed Stanko 298. Dianne Violini 287 Anne Prosk 264. John Lacey 2S7. Fern Bouchard 253, Bill Tymensen 276. Ben Pavan 254, Lindsay Hamabata 251 Doug Beresnak 258. Brenda Goodhope 258. COMMERCIAL MEN Rollie Jalbert 302; Bill Billings 340 Darwin Romanchuk 304; Kim Kovacs 347 Ron Gretzinger 300 Tom Baker 331 John Rempel 296. Sam Girardi 307, Bernie Bailey 307. Bill Kcskoski 323 Bruce McKillop 302 CAPRI BOWL PEEWEE GOLDEN AGE TOURNAMENT Harry Long 234, Dean Hovey 196. Victoria Kieselback 171. Mary Atkinson 174. Mathew Weaver 208, Erie Graham 286. David Mann 190, Bunny Maloney 236, Lil Holt 252. Walter Baker 225 Jodi Freel 166 YBC ADULTS Bill Todd 274. Garry Lohuis 281 Dave Wells 261 Ron Gretzinger 280 John Wildman 318 Kalie Pednni 281 (696) Nadme Kovacs 275 Cherye Obermeyer 286 Leslie Killms 265 Cindy Pednni 211 BANTAM GIRLS Lawrena Kreutz 157; Nadme Poch 154, Connie Sanders 153: Patti Stanton 153, Kim Tolley 158; Cara Coulter 155, Darcy Shigehiro 178, Shelley Hovey 186. Marnee Larko 157. Y.B.C. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Bill Todd 243; Duane Guzzi 272. Greg KrokoSh 230, David Wilks 250; Blair Schewchuk 234, Parry McDonald 262, John Craig 260. Dianne Cnghton 252. Pam Virostek 267, Lori Burrows 290 Sandra Hamilton 233 Brenda Christie 239 ANDY CAPP o Campy, Glemente make Black Hall Hoop split Willow Creek and Taber split a pair of Southwest Conference Basketball League games. In the senior game Willow Creek Cobras edged the W. R. Myers Trotters after leading 33-26 at the half. Rob MacAdrum hooped 24 .points for the Cobras while Tim Jesperson netted 22 for the Trotters. In junior varsity action Taber earned a split in games with a decisive 58-40 triumph. Derek Shaw paced the winners with 14 points. NEW YORK (AP) Roy Campanella and the late Roberto Clemente headed a list of 14 named Wednesday to the Black Athletes Hall of Fame. The group will be honored at awards dinner in Las Vegas on March 13. Campanella is the former all star Brooklyn Dodger catcher who was paralysed in a car accident in January, 1968. Clemente, an outfielder of Pittsburgh Pirates, was killed in a plane crash on New Year's Eve, 1972. Honored posthumously, in addition to Clemente, were heavy weight boxing champion Jack Johnson; Abe Saperstein, founder of the Harlem Globetrotters basket- ball team, and John Henry (Pop) Floyd, a baseball in- fielder with the old Bachrach Giants. The list also included Elgin Baylor, basketball; former Olympic track aces Harrison Dillard, Bill Hubbard and Willye White; Gayle Sayers, pro football; Bob Douglas, founder and coach of the Harlem Renaissance basketball team; Joe Yancey, founder and coach of the New York Pioneer Club, boxer Henry Armstrong and Brazilian soccer star, Pele. The Black Athletes Hall of Fame was initiated a year ago when 31 athletes were inducted, including home run king Hank Aaron, boxers Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier, Olympic track stars Jesse Owens and Wilma Rudolph and black tennis pioneer Althea Gibson. Meanwhile Leo Durocher was nominated but he failed to make it Wednesday into the Black Athletes Hall of Fame. Fourteen were selected, the only white being the late Saperstein. Come see Polaroid's remarkable SX-70 Land camera demonstrated Come have your picture taken free and see the rest of Polaroid's full line of instant picture cameras. We invite you to come in and see Polaroid s remarkable SX-70 camera system demonstrated and have your picture taken free And while you re here see the rest of Polaroid s full line of instant picture cameras One is priced just right for you SX-70 Colorpack 80 Set iOO The Colorpack 80 set gives you everything you need to catch the fun while it's still going on- a Colorpack 80 Land camera, a pack of Type 88 film and two Sylvania flashcubes for eight beautiful instant color pictures There's also a pocket album and a coupon that allows you a 5x5 color enlargement of one of your first instant pictures Polaroid Colorpack Land Film This electronic camera does virtually everything for you. Now you can almost wish lor the picture and have it. Just focus and press the red electric button. A startlingly beautiful picture develops itself in daylight before your eyes without mess or fuss or anything to throw away. You Ciin take instant photographs of clarity and brillancc unmatched by any other system in amateur photography. 149 99 The Model 420 The least expensive of Polaroid's fold- ing cameras. Takes big x instant color or black and white pic- tures. Uses the Focused Flash system that gives the right amount of light for each shot. It's automatic as you focus. Electric eye and electronic shutter for all other shots. There are other cameras in the 400 line to choose from, each with a special combination of features and versatility. 55 00 TYPE 108 TYPE 88 Get your Polaroid Instant Picture taken FREE and while you're here, see the full line of fine Polaroid Land Cameras. A Polaroid Camera Girl will be at Anglo Thursday and Friday evenings Dec. 12th and 13th and Saturday, Dec. 14th. 00 500 4 per pack per pack SX70Film6.00 ANGLO STEREO PHOTO 419-5th Street South CHARGEX Phone 328-6661 MASTER CHARGE "While most of the nominees are black, we have no restriction against personalities not black who have contributed to the progress of blacks in said Vernon E. Johson, director of the project. "Durocher got high recommendations, especially from fellows such as Willie Mays and Campanella, for his un- derstanding of blacks when he was manager of the Dodgers and Giants." Hurricane Carter denied new trial JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) Rubin (Hurricane) Carter's bid for a new murder trial was denied Wednesday by a judge who said he believed two key witnesses were lying when they recanted the testimony which convicted the former boxer. Superior Court Judge Top Rank has new scheme NEW YORK (AP) Top Rank Inc., which brought you Evel Knievel and his Snake River Canyon plunge, has a new idea: break the sound barrier in a land-based ve- hicle. Hoping to capitalize on the commotion stirred up by Knievel's venture, a financial if not artistic success, Top Rank disclosed plans Wednes- day for a drag racing extrav- aganza in which two drivers will try to set a world land speed record, break the sound barrier and beat each other in a head-to-head race next Sep- tember on the Bonneville salt flats in Utah. Art Arfons, a 48-year-old drag veteran, will drive a new version of his jet-powered Green Monster, while Billy Meyer, a fuzz-faced 20-year- old from Waco, Tex., will han- dle a rocket car built by Bill Frederick of Romatec Research. And the whole business is expected to be televised live and in color. Top Rank is negotiating with both ABC and CBS and expects to announce plans in a week or so. Samuel Lamer, who presided over the trial which resulted in the convictions of Carter and John Artis for a 1966 triple slaying in a bar at Paterson, N J., denied a new trial which the two sought on grounds of new evidence. The new evidence was re- vealed in October by New York reporter Selwyn Raab, who said the two Witnesses now were saying they had lied at the 1967 trial in exchange for favorable treatment of pending criminal matters against them. Alfred Bello and Arthur Bradley admitted this during an evidentiary hearing in November. But Judge Lamer did not believe the two, who said they had been coerced into lying when they identified Carter and Artis as men carrying guns outside the bar where the killings occurred. Lawyers for Carter and Ar- tis, who remain imprisoned on life sentences, said they would appeal, and Carter reacted angrily. In an interview, Carter, 37, a middleweight fighter who lost his only title bout in 1964, said of Lamer: "I wasn't ex- pecting anything to come from this man this judge has shown me consistently in the past that he was totally against me." Picture yourself as second t quarter millionaire BUY YOUR TICKETS AT ALL ALBERTA TREASURY BRANCHES THE WESTERN CANADA LOTTERY More than in total prizes1 1908 lucky people will win1 Ticket sales close January 15th. 1975 Preliminary Draw January 31st. 1975 Your Business Associates Will Be Staying At The 3 listers jttotel Fernie B.C. Color TV DD Telephones See You There! 423-4438 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 Lcthbtidgc 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 (or picture taking We will to be taken Date...................... Time (Deadline for Picture Taking is December 23rd) ;