Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 32

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 40

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, February 12, 197S Music examination Manhunt intensifies for escaped prisoner results announced A, list of successful can- didates in examinations held recently by the Royal Conser- vatory of Music of Toronto in Lelhbridge has been released. The names are arranged in order of merit. tirade 111 piano: First class honors Dcnisc E. Kacettc. Honors Dcbra D. Maim; Kathryn P. Morris; Irene M. Klassen, Beth L. Mil lard Virginia Watson; Katherine II. Hoff- man; Colleen Belsher, Shelley A. Bii'bcr Pass Maidra Culderwoucl; Fatly Ktnniburgh; Jac- queline 9 piano: First class honors Hcalther L. Klassen; Marian Parkin- son. Pass Vera Romaniuk; Weldon D. Ducck. Grade 8 piano: First class honors Terri Olino: Linda K. Enns; Cecilia Malkas. Honors Alice Veluw; Wendy Trockstad; Colette Steed; Mary M. Murata, Pauline Wiiliarns (e- Pass Linda E. Miller; Darlone Hawluy; Linda Groves. Grade 7 piano: First class honors .locelyn Van Onnan. Honors Shirley Unruh: T. .Jesse Wilde; Wanda Penncr. Pass Elaine A. Boldt; Cindy Kamitoino. Ncana Mceks. Janet Sokiya Raymond Cooper; Grade 6 piano: Honors Mary Long, Lisa Nirk DarlenePoii- javlc: Becky J. Goolcr, Anita Mi Juhar, Dennis Sliigematsu Pass Bobbi Lynne Kasmussen, Sharon Smith Carolyn Bergen; Lynn S. Moline, Karlene A, Proud Nelda L. Bullock; Patti Hill, Ronald Peterson Diane Wesley. Grade 5 piano: First class honors Diana Kolpak; Susan Kolpak; Kalhy Lowry. Honors Louise M. Takeda; Toby Taniguchi; Tamara J. Tagg; Philip Nowick, Caroline Westwood (e- Mark Johnson; Gina Fiorino, Sharon Scktya Hi chard Derricutt, Donald Hobbs Laurie D. Currence, Michael E. Nowlin Pass Norine Nelson; Douglas Erickson; Zyla Wentz. (iradc 4 piano: First class honors Gillian MaeKay; Debbie Gougn; Rhonda Makarenko; Sheila A. Klassen. Honors Judy Anderson, Lauren McLaren, Yolanda Tera- jewicz. Lisa Trofymow Wendy Ibuki; Tanya Critdifield; Tina M. Antony. Deborah L. Plimbley (e- Pamela Allison; Michael Clif- ton. Pass Ronda Butcher, Gordon Lane Marlene M. Klassen; Laurel M. Graham. Grade 3 piano: Honors Ronald Clay: Ingrid Wilde. Pass Megan J. Nowlin; Andrew Wagner; Simon Layng, Colette Olson Patricia M. Lane. John A. Sinclair Grade 2 piano: First class honors Elaine R. Paul; Joy Winters; Twila Konynenbelt; Carolyn Austie, Susan Kaasch Sarah Layng, Denise Austie. Kevin Hooper Honors Brian Burton, Barbara Pankonin (e- Shelly Crowe; Janet Allen, Richard Orr Christopher J. Nowling; Brian Connolly, Ken Hanna, James Tsukishima Grade 1 piano: First class honors Danell Cough; Leanna H. Jones, Karen Schwarlzkopf, Patti Ivy SLanton Carmen Meli; Nancy Kaminski; Monica J. Burden, Honors Stacey McCurdy; Cathy Greed. Grade 2 Violin: Kirs I class honors Cynthia Sieberl. Grade 9 singing: First class honors Rhonda Huston. Grade 8 singing: Honors Grace M. Thiessen. Patterns Crochet for Spring! VANCOUVER tcp; A manhunt for escaped prisoner Donald Oag, 24, intensified to- day after a man fitting his description held a housewife at knifepoint Tuesday, grabb- ed a man in the Gastown area and threatened a building contractor in a Vancouver school. Oag, of London, Ont., es- caped custody Sunday at Van- couver International Airport when he managed to abduct his guard, while two other guards were busy inside the terminal and forced the guard to drive him to Vancouver where he escaped into the downtown area, Since then, city police and RCMP have engaged in a massive manhunt to apprehend the escaper they described as "extremely dangerous." Oag told the guard he would never be taken alive. A man believed to be Oag burst into an east end home Tuesday afternoon by break- ing the chain lock on the back door. He grabbed Mrs. Lillian Wong who was preparing her family's supper. Holding a knife to her throat, the man told her he had not eaten for three days and then took food from the refrigerator and made himself a sandwich. Interpreting from Chinese for Mrs. Wong, her daughter Susie later said the man told Mrs. Wong not to cry and he fed the dog to keep it quiet. Mrs. Wong's daughter sur- prised the man when she returned from school then fled the house in search of the police. Meanwhile, the man ran out the back door. Susie Wong had little dif- ficulty finding the police as several cars and police with dogs were already searching the area for the man believed to be Oag. Earlier Tuesday, William Wallace, a West Vancouver contractor and president of W. D. Wallace and Sons Ltd., went to inspect a new roof his firm had built for the Strathcona, Elementary School, in Vancouver's Chinatown district. "When I got to the second floor this guy rushed out of a corner at me and put a knife to my stomach. He had a wild look and sounded pretty desperate but once he realized I wasn't going to make any move he was said Mr. Wallace. "He said he wanted food and told me to.take him to my home until after dark. He was trying to force a pair of hand- cuffs on me but backed off when I agreed to his demands. We walked out of the building to my car and I took a swing at said Mr. Wallace. A chase and a scuffle followed, but Mr. Wallace said (he man ran away.. Police then launched an intensive house to house and suite to suite search. They said'slush on the ground and a low temperature made it difficult for the dogs. Tuesday evening, police were concentrating the search in the Skid Road area after a man answering Oag's descrip- tion grabbed a man walking in the Gastown area from behind and held a knife to his throat. Charlie McKinnon said the man demanded money. Mr. McKinnon said he used an old army trick of sinking to his knees in an apparent faint, then turned and stunned his attacker with a left hook. 7480 Break-ins reported to police Two break ins were reported to Lethbridge city police Tuesday. A break in at a doctor's of- fice at 422 13th St. N. was reported after an office door was broken in and a electric typewriter stolen. The office of Allan Dudley is believed to have been entered sometime after p.m. Monday. The Christian Science church on the corner of 4th Avenue and 12th Street South was entered sometime after p.m. Sunday and a pocket calculator and from Sunday's collection were reported stolen. A break in was'reported Saturday at the Native Counselling Services of Alber- ta's office, No. 304, 5th St. S. Entry was gained through a door which doesn't lock' properly and an electric shaver was reported stolen. A local pawn shop operator told police three youths, about 14, tried to sell a shaver to him that day. He didn't buy it and could give no description of the youths. Bronco game cancelled KAMLOOPS, B.C. (CP) Kamloops Chiefs, unable to return home after a Tuesday night Western Canada Hockey League game at Victoria, have cancelled a game tonight against Lethbridge Broncos. The game will be played Thursday night: Most of British Columbia has been hard hit by snow, with up to 18 inches falling in some of the higher areas. A hockey club official said all highways into Kamloops are either closed or barely passable. Let spring winds blow feel cozy, dashing in this cape. Great for' commuting, weekends, travel! Crochet cape of knitting worsted in alternating shell stitch and lacy rows. Combine 2 colors. Pattern 7480: Sizes 8-20 included. for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first- class mail and special handl- ing to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Herald, Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario, MIT 4P7. Ont. residents add 7i( sales tax. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address. Crisp Vp Your Day PRINTED PATTERN Fire damage EDMONTON (CP) Fire officials have estimated damage at in an explo- sion and fire at a west side automotive supply store early today. CRISP UP YOUR DAY with the newest of shirt looks this wide-collared shape with bodice curving. Belt optional, no fussy details sew it now! Printed Pattern 4624: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 18. Size 12 (bust 34) takes yards 45-inch fabric. for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15t each pattern for first- class mail and special handling. Ont. residents add sales tax. Print plainly Size, Name, Address, Style Number. Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario, MIT 4P7. FURNITURE 8449 lis Walnut 0" Headboard '449 '499 I in this well- '695 Elegant Colonial Sofa and Chair 100% nylon. Choice of colors. FREE' SALE DAY PRICE, 2 pieeel ____ New Modern design makes this Walnut Bedroom Suite just right Double Dresser, 4 Drawer Chest.- Headboard and Nlte table. Reg. FREE'SALE DAY PRICE, 4 piecat Same Suite with Triple Dresser 4 pieces. Reg. FREE' SALE DAY PRICE Built in Lamp Tables arc featured in this well- made 100% Hercuton upholstered 3 piece sectional. Reg. SALE DAY PRICE, 3 piecea A Special on Nylon Recliners one for Mom and one for Dad. _ m Hn Buy oni it and Irw second one lor Many other chesterfield suites, chairs, reduced for our SALE DAY SALE! MANY OTHER ITEMS REDUCED SIMILARLY. SALE DAY OFFER ON CHIROPRACTIC SLEEP SETS YOUR PURCHASE Here's How It Works From now until March 15th you have a chance to receive absolutely any furniture, home furnishings, home entertainment and appliance you purchase during this period. On March 17th a will be made selecting one of the 27 days of the sale as our SALE DAY! If you made your purchase that day you will have your FULL PURCHASE PRICE REFUNDED IN CASH! All items in the store subject to this sale offer. SALE-DAY SAVINGS APPLIANCES HOME ENTERTAINMENT 279" Admiral 10 cu. ft. Refrigerator, ideal for small kitchens. Gold, avocado, white. Suggested List 339.95 FREE- SALE DAY PRICE....... Admiral 13 cu. ft. Frost Free 2 door Refrigerator. Gold, avocado, white. Suggested Lilt 514.95 SALE DAY PRICE....... 20" Admiral Color Portable. 60% solid state. Regular 550.95 SALE DAY PRICE..... 449" Admiral 16 cu. ft. Frost Free Refrigerator. Gold, white. Suggested List S79.9S SALE DAY PRICE...... 439" ree Deluxe 579" Includes 1 year free factory service. Admiral 4 channel sound, solid state Stereo Component. Suggealed List 484.95 SALE DAY PRICE 18 cu. ft. Deluxe Side-b'y-Side. Gold, avocado. Suggested Lilt 854.95 SALE DAY PRICE..... 639" 'Admiral Stereo Console, with s-track player. 44" width, [deal for small living room. Suggested List 349.95 SALE DAY PRICE....... 1 year free factory service. MANY OTHER ITEMS REDUCED SIMILARLY! MANY OTHER ITEMS REDUCED SIMILARLY! Chiropractic Box Spring and Mattress Units Towne Country Furniture is the largest Lethbridge dealer for these renowned Box Springs and Mattresses'. The only chiropractic unit approved by the American Chiropractic Association. Double Size Reg. 259.95. SALE DAY PRICE Queen Size Reg. 329.95. SALE DAY PRICE '235 '299 IT'S A GOOD IDEA! SLEEP ON IT! All Factory Warranty and Towne A Country Full Service in Effect as Usual. Sorry, no hold items and no return privileges please without a non- refundable payment. Open Dally 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday I a.m. to 9 p.m. 542 13th Street North Phone 328-1151 Towfle Country Turnitui? independent citizen will con- duct the draw in the interest of impartially. Customers making purchases on the selected day will be required to answer a skill testing question. Charge! Deposit Will HMD Lease Plan Free Delivery Fret ;