Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta
24 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD WtdnMcUy, February 12, 1975 Roundup of bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL ALPINE DBYWALLINO Isabella Bergman 274 Marian Tlnsley 257; Jen Hegt 274 Barb Jarvle Joy Stelnke 261; Marie Barnelt 249; Sanora Hunt 303 Bally Rlsmann 251; Mary Blair 265 Peggy Forry 248; Jean Christie 330 Rose Cropley 259. CIVIL SERVICE Byron Hlrsche 297 Ron Deak 253; Agnes Sinclair 266 Dwaln Beesley 259 Harry Garrlck 268; John Erlckson 263: Bart Langenberg 266; Bev Swaron 283: Tom Snow 284 VOUNG ADULTS David Urban 255; Gloria Bell 216; Rhonda Gier 253: Barb Tolh 215; Jeanne McEvren 210; Rhonda Pilling 218; Laurie Koshney 223; Hogan Sinclair 309 Linda Malcomson 286 Darwin Romanchuk 312 Brian Rosselli 274. C.P.R. SOCIAL Shirley Alexander 292 Von Tennanl 245 Betty Young 272; Ernie Houseley 293; Bob Anderson 259; Dennis Oberg 243; Bob Sinclair 277; Alma Williams 2S7 George Malchetl 241; John Morris 250; Charleen Oberg 307. Y.B.C. JUNIORS Billy Doyle 234; Daren Rexhaug 211; Rick Link 228; Karon Ludwlg 217; Darryl Bailey 227; Heather Doyle 218. BANTAM GIRLS Sherry Kollbas 177; Laura Peterson 172; Naomi Tlnsley 143; Mary Lou Donate 148; Dlanne Vaselenak 197; Donna Turner 185: Renee Ives 144; Trina Johnson 183; Tiffany Tremel 127; Betty Ann Pill 115. BANTAM BOYS 'Kirby Nlshigawa 172; Dale French 138; Warren Ives 154; Raymond Brown 253; Victor Hrycyk 170; Willie Malcomson 128; Brian Kollbas 210; Randy Tremel 161; Trent Laurie 132; Cory Miller 170; Darcy Flexhaug 153. DAIRY QUEEN Mary Potvin 238; Evelyn Milner 236; Rose Marie Palmlere 288: Marg McLaughlin 286 Alice Kennedy 320 Zila Tinordi 327; Audrey Scott 230: Bodil Johannsen 223; Bessie McCulley 252; Kathy Carpenter 255 HAMILTON JR, HIGH Alan Baker 213: Peter McNally 229: Marty Shigehlro 221; Merylen Bun- nage 250 SIMPSONS-SEARS Emma Unlerseher 281; Brian Rossetti 327 Helen Rosselti 258; Herb Ellerman 252; Marlene Stasiuk 241; Alan Matson Ellerman 225. BENDIX Les Hayes 256; Kay Macintosh 240; Larry Barton 276 Karlyh Spitzer 271 Judy Harnao 254 John Dubbelhoer 240; Debbie Barton 279 ALBERTA AGRICULTURE Rod Chernos 233; Ken Ball 223; Alez Szentes 224; Ross Bertram 254; Ray Budd 256: Bud Grouetle 262. SPEEDY'S WOMEN'S Helen Deal 260; Doreen Wilson 253 Karlyn Spitzer 281 Judy Conine 256 Eva Link 263: Alice Gier 314 Phyllis Tiffen 289 Marg Smith 248 CAPRI BOWL DOUG'S WOMENS Dixie Lietz 253 Joyce Witwicki 319 (732) Kay Dyck 245 Lisa Stoltenberg 248 Beth Hannan 243 Mary Nicolson 248 (699) Maggie Oliver 273 (718) Harriet 285 Audrey Hannan 262 Bev Pollard 243 A.G.T. Gail Parks 225 Doug Aspeslet 242 Chris Ell 229 Jerry Areshenko 254 (707) Ken Plnchak 213 Richard Jankowlak 351 (792) Art Parks 226 George Richardson 258 Tom Yip 255 Pick Wells 280 John Robertson 221. FRIDAY YBC BANTAMS Terry Klrschenman 214 Geoff Paskuski 208 David Prlndle 211 Mark Sharun 187 Linda Smith 200 Heather Doyle 182. JUNIORS Brian Rossetti 299 (510) Carol Guzzl 232 Kevin Prlndle 213 Kelly Okamura 216 Danny Sudo 204 Mark Gretzlnger 181 Mike Gerla 196 Tom Miklos 263 (471) Robert Mlklos 203 Randy Paskuski 192. Y.B.C. JET BOYS Mathew Weaver 198 Bruce Harvie- 171 Edward Baines 141 Gary Schlichter 143 David Mann 148. Ali gives fight money NEW YORK (AP) Heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali said Monday he will give his profits from all future fights to grtoups who help the needy and minorities. "From this fight on, all my fights will be Ali said at a news conference to formally announce his title defence against Chuck Wepner on March 24 at the Cleveland Coliseum. "All the profits I make from the Chuck Wepner fight will be given away to groups like the NAACP (National Association for the Advance- ment of the Negro College Fund and the Black said the champion. Y.B.C. BANTAM BOYS Don Tinordi 235 (453) Craig Ellli 219 (402) Edwin Burwash 184 Stephen Taylor 184. Y.B.C. JET GIRLS Sherry Erlendson 140 Sonya DeCaire 145 Shelley McKenny 144 Jody Tomlyama 138. Y.B.C. BANTAM GIRLS Pattl Stanlon 212 Kim Tolley 214 Sandra Ferguson 223 Wendy Car- mlchael 198 Judy McKay 186. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Robin Stanlon 269 (705) David Wells 300 (717) Greg Krokosh 261 Mike Tolley 305 Andrew Albltson 257 (727) Pam Vlrostek 256 Marty Shlgehiro 282 (742) Blair Shewchuk 273 Bill Todd 303 (780) Lori Chaki 241 Duane Guzzl 268 Sandra Hamilton 230 Brenda Christie 249. YBC YOUNG ADULTS Garry Lohuis 312 Rick Barva 376 Cherye Obermeyer 244 John Wlldman 303 Kalie Pearlnl 224; Nadine Kovacs 227; Dave Wells 256: Leslie Killlns 218: Merylen Bunnage 303; Drew Plumpton 282. PIONEER LEAGUE Agnes Black 202; Henry Bechthold 190: Tom Orr 194: Adam Fettlg 195; Clara Grandberg 213; Gunnar Holte 212; Helma Skundberg 202: Stan Fraser 194; Elmer Morrison 239; Will Ness 203. L.C.C. Cathy Needs 224. Doug Christie 308. Alanna Ell 216. CANBRA FOODS Cherye Obermeyer 314 Moe Rustling 274. Larry Nakahama 272. Ed Jankowiak 253. Norm Gyulai 291 Helen Weets 280 Tony Boh 249, Manny Aviles 255 Flo Nyqulst 258 Slu Nyquist 249, Al Takasaki 271 HIGA'S WOMEN'S Mary Thomson 304 Marlene Bosch 271; Janis Krlstlansen 276 Fran Kelly 288; Gloria Lazarick 267 Mary Blair 258: Doreen Wilson 258 Kay Graham 258; Maureen Ferguson 265 Linda 268 Kathy Vaselenak 263 MONDAY MIXED Abe Plett 223: Joe Tollln 278; Pat Mickey 266 Verdella Lalonde 257; Marion Keiver 234: Hazel Oster 251; Ken David 223; Frank Barva 226; Rick Barva 226; Vern Soderqulst 226; Mike Stevens 279. ANDY CAPP WHAT Wftt' MMTnVAiOUT- THUXfltAONE Minor hockey roundup Lethbridge Pee Wee Voyageurs skated to 6-0 and 7- 1 victories over Great Falls Pee Wees over the weekend. The Voyageurs outshot the American club 7347 in the two games. Ron Moline and Byron Dudley shared the 6-0 shutout win Saturday. Blair Spence and Greg Horon scored twice for the winners with singletons going to Tony Pon- tarollo and Allen Norlin. Sunday Tim Rohovie led the way with two goals for the Voyageijrs. Wayne Smith, Rod Tomita, Greg Horon and Mark Dumont scored one apiece. Dumont's goal came off a penalty shot. The Great Falls goal scorers were not available. In Bantam B play the Seals doubled the score on the Mustangs 6-3. Ronald Knight scored three times for the winners and Bill Orr picked up two goals. John Szentes scored the sixth Seal goal. Russ Coulter, Brad Ax- worthy and Steve Holt were the Mustang goal getters. Sweetheart of a 'FOOD PRICES EFFECTIVE February 13 to 15, 1975. We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. ORANGE CRYSTALS Kernel Corn Clarks Whole oz.tins ,100 Coffee Blue Ribbon Regular .Grind 11b. pkg...... 99 o Bold Detergent 019 Powdered 5lb. netwt. Aylmer Soup Chicken Noodle, Cream of Chicken 10fl.'oz.tins ,100 RISES SHINE 7Q oz. net wt...............' I V 2s79 GREEN BEANS 2x55 GLEN VALLEY BING CHERRIES 14 fl. oz. tins.......... DEL MONTE SEASONED 14 fl. oz STEAKHOUSE WHOLE MUSHROOMS 95flQc lofi.oz.................. fcftOv AYLMER BOSTON BROWN BEANS 14fl.oz.tins CHEF BOY AR DEE BEEFARONI 2i69 TEA BAGS 189 120 bags A SICKS POI.SKI DILL PICKLES 7QC I V 15fl.cz. SALADA QUEEN CHARLOTTE SOCKEYE SALMON 8 oz. net wt.............. NABOB LEMON PIE FILLER 2 pack.................. POST ALPHA BITS 15oz. netwt. WESTON'S 99' 79' WAGON WHEELS 12 oz. netwt............ ROVER DOG FOOD 15oz. netwt. NU FLUFF FABRIC SOFTENER 115 128fl.OZ....................... A 99' 95' AMAZE STAIN REMOVER 23oz. netwt........... BANDED PACK COMET oz. net wt........ RUMP ROAST Canada Grade A Beef, No. 1 or 2 Boneless, Lb...... ROUND STEAK Canada Grade A Beef, No. 1 or 2 Lb................ MINUTE STEAK Canada Grade A Beef No. 1 or 2. Lb................ STEWING BEEF Canada Grade A Beef No. 1 or 2. Lb........ I49 129 110 SAUSAGES Burnshire Bulk, Ib...... 79' SANDWICH MEAT Cooked Ham jkjk. 6 oz. net UUP wt. pkg......V V COIL GARLIC SAUSAGE Ib........... PORK PICNICS Fresh, SOFT MARGARINE Kraft Parkay 11b. netwt.......... 79' CHEEZWHIZ Past. Proc. Spread AC Kb. netwt....... I .UU MILD WEDGES Kraft JQ 12 oz. netwt..... I, 19 FISH CHIPS Fraser Vale Turbot 24 oz. netwt.......BST ORANGE JUICE Top-Valu o 12fl.oz. for I CHOICE CORN Bonnybrook 2 Ib. netwt...... 85' NAVEL ORANGES Sunkist 19'100 Large Size CELERY HEARTS 59' Canada No. 1 pkg. Bananas Vlc Golden Yellow....... fc IV V Onions Canada No. 1 Medium, Ib.....Jl V Cauliflower 3Qc Canada No. 1 Cello, each .....VV 64213th Jtract North MIHALIK'S TRY OUR MEATS FliHMt Quality MMtt Cut to Your Phont 328-5742 run Miwy on STORE Mount: Monftqr, WiftiMdqr tod Mimtay I I p.m. Thunder ind FrMty a.m. to I p.m Randy Syrenne picked up the hat trick as he led the Lethbridge Midget Elks to a 5- 4 win over Strathmore in Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League play. George Szakaly and Leroy Payan rounded uut the scoring for the winners. Pat Ternan, Neils Stockwell, Dave Stephensen and Glen Paget. replied for Strathmore. The Ramblers edged the Raiders 3-2 in a Bantam B game with Barry Coghlin scoring two for the victors and Robert Grigoe scored one. Mark Dearmons scored both goals for the Raiders. Ron Erais scored two goals to lead the Canadians to a 4-2 win over the Marlands. Brent Montieth and Kevin Wesko also scored for the winners. Faron Ellis and Ray Taylor netted the two Marland markers. The Eskimos doubled the score on the Nationals 4 2 in Midget action. Short sport SIGN WITH EXPOS MONTREAL (CP) Mon- treal Expos Tuesday announc- ed the signing of three more players on their National League 40-man major league roster to contracts for the 1975 baseball season. All Chip Lang, catcher Bobbie Goodman and outfielder Bombo Riviera- are products of the Expos mi- nor league farm system. Barrow. "If he's not signed by then, we are going to recruit at that position (offensive DEFENDS TITLE MEXICO CITY (Reuter) Rodolfo Martinez of Mexico will defend his World Boxing Council bantamweight title for the first time against Colombia's Nesto Jimeniz on March 15, the fight's promoter announced Tuesday. Martinez won the title last Eskimos got single goals from Mark Innis, Frank Zasadny, Walter Montina and Keith Johnson. Roy Duval and Karl Robel replied for the Nationals. Elsewhere, Cameron Provick fired a hat trick and Grant Besplug picked up his first shutout as the Falcons dumped the Braves 5 0. Brian Gyorffy and Mike Manspn scored the other goals. Ralph Quint picked up a hat- trick and Brad Kirschenman, Dale Belsher and Derek Scott scored two goals apiece as the Kings downed Pincher Creek 11T2 in Bantam B play. Brent Belsher and Jim Gilbert scores singletons for the winners. Ed White was responsible for both Pincher goals. The Ramblers upended the Nuggets 3-1 in Bantam B ac- tion on goals by Gary Jackson, Doug Henderson and Bob Richardson. The lone Nugget goal scorer was unavailable. Northstars edged the Eskimos 4-3 in Midget play with Dale Ptycia scoring twice for the winners. Ross Metheson and Gary Mikula nnnAMmiTG scureu tne uiner LWU ns-TRmr f API Tnhn November from countryman Northstar goals. Frank h Rafael Herrera- Jiminez is Gazadny, Walter Montina and the Brian Miller scored for the tional Hockey League in the 1937-38 season, died Tuesday at the age of 63. He joined Wings after playing for the New York Americans. a native of Belleville, played his minor hockey in WON'T TRY DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) Mark Donohue said Tuesday he has abandoned NOTICE attempt to set a new world closed-course speed of R.C.M.P. He was to have made Commission of Inquiry Relating to Public attempt Thursday, in between qualifying races tor Sunday's Dayfona 500-mile stock car race. Donohue Internal Discipline and Grievance Procedure within the Royal Canadian Mounted Police announces that submissions will be re- Roger Penske, owner of by the Commission 31st, 1975 Porsche 917-30 racer, said a problem developed with the engine's intake that subsequent to that date no further submissions will be received by the Commission. may be sent to either: JACKSON E. Belford, David W. Scott, Esq. TORONTO (CP) Noah Jackson, outstanding offensive lineman who played Secretary Associate Counsel Commission of Commission of R.C.M.P. R.C.M.P. 18th Floor Scott Aylen, his option last year with Toronto Argonauts, still Laurentian Towers Barristers Solicitors, 44 Bayswater Avenue, .170 Laurier Avenue west, not come to terms with Ontario. Ottawa, Ontario Canadian Football 4K3 K1Y 5V5 team. "He has until Feb. 13 to make up his said Argo general manager Order of the Commission Dated at Ottawa this 30th day of January, 1975. Pour on the Rogers' ROGERS' For dozens ol ways to make life a little sweeter, write Rogers' Recipes, Box 2150, Vancouver, B.C. V6B3V2.