Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 2

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: 34

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

The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD TiMtday, January 22, 1974 Easter in Disneyland SpcM MtMfM PMUfM HW I Fir mt WWMHM MWCt ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE MI-J201 Bowling banter At Holiday Bowl, Sherry Clark moves front and centre as the men's bowler-of-the week with a sizzling outing in Alberta Agriculture he hit for a big 363 single and finish- ed with an 864 triple, 243 pins over his 207 average Chris Maloney took the women's bowler-of the week title with a 313 and 726 triple in CPR which sent her 192 pins over her 178 average There were some big outings in Commercial Men's as John Don Bessie paced the men in Bendix with 302 and Karen Borggard enjoyed her hottest night of the year with a 347 Jack Tremblay's 325 and a 294 by Ehas Sawilla led the men in Alcon, Mimi Tremblay's 275 high among the gals Dena Smith posted a 270 to lead Holiday Village and in Wilson Junior High Merlyen Bunnage's 243 and a 195 by Brenda Kitiguchi showed the way Sherry Clark's big ef- fort of 363 and 864 stole the spotlight in Alberta Agriculture, and high in Vasa Lodge were Bob Hanson 279 and Lorna Neis 283 In CJOC Jock Mulgrew found the At Capri Bowl, Cherye Obermeyer waltzed off with the laurels as the women's bowler of the week with an outstanding performance in the high school rolloffs the 17 year old star rolled 215, a rousing 358, 274, 289, 298, 267, 208 and 273 for a 272 average over the eight games Rick Highlighting play in YBC were Dean Hovey with 182 and Lee Ann Tunstall with 171 in the Jet division, Stephen Taylor 274, Brad Kirschenman 267, David Ross 233 and Merlyen Bunnage 293 and 699 in bantam boys, Lori Csaki 213 and Kim Masson 185 in bantam girls. Troy Hovey 251 and 621, Robin Stanton 248 In men's league play, the stars of the week were Morgan Sparks 359 and 794, Ron Gretzinger 328, Jack Smeed 296 and an 817 triple and Bob Thompson 297 and a 798 in Gordie's Leaders in Green's Shoes were Jerry Areshenko 313, Darrell Lagler 299 and 785, Sid Pollock 301 and Fred Smeed 299 Rick Larson's 296 and 807 paced Eagles with Will Ness leading Thursday Senior Citizens with 313 Ed Henderson's 301 and Ken Malcomson's 306 and 796 topped Henry Homes, Ryo Nagata's 312 and 857 headed the JCCA list with a 339 and 758 by Henry Hardy high in Friday Mixed Among the gals, the week's leaders were Watson's hands slapped MONTREAL (CP) Veteran defenceman Bryan Watson of St. Louis Blues, un- der indefinite suspension for manhandling linesman Bob McLaren in a Jan. 16 National Hockey League game, has been fined and given a retroactive three-game suspension, league president Clarence Campbell announced Monday. Watson, a member of Pitts- burgh Penguins when the in- cident occurred, was traded to the Blues the same night, but had been unable to play for his new club until his case was settled by Campbell. However, the Blues have played three games without Watson since the altercation, and he will be free to play his first game for them tonight when they play Boston Bruins in St. Louis. Watson became embroiled in a fight with forward Dan Maloney of Los Angeles Kings. The pair fought briefly until the linesmen separated them. "Linesman McLaren had hold of Watson, who, when he was clear of Maloney, wrestl- ed the linesman to the Campbell said. The NHL president said that Watson had seized linesman by the shirt with both hands when the pair had regained their footing and had then thrown McLaren to the ice. BRYAN WATSON Maxwell added SASKATOON (CP) Coach Stan Dunn of the eastern divi- sion entry into the Western Canada Hockey League All- Star game announced Monday that three members of Swift Current Broncos have been added to the starting rosters announced earlier. Scotty Munro of Calgary Centennials, who will lead the western division club in the game at Edmonton Jan 29, selected Derek Haas and Mark Lomenda of Victoria Cougars, Barry Dean and Bryan Maxwell of Medicine Hat Tigers, Dan Mandryk and Grant Mulvey of Calgary. The Herald Sports LETHSHIDOE OFFICE FURNITUI Lvat Tth Ihopplnj Man (403) 321-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Regular league games highlight opening weekend of action Schaalje uncorked a 362 and 843, John Rempel 356 and 827, Bert Mezei 323 and 831, Roy Cunningham 321, Steve Dim- nik 314 and 803, Bruce McKillop 306 and Ken King 301 Flora Donate starred in Automatic Electric with a 311 and Karlyn Spitzer had 301... A 279 by Frank Donato led the men Tops in Dairy Queen Pat Plomp 269 and Helen Hemonen 268 with Ed Rossetti cutting loose in Simpsons- Sears with 372 and an 810 triple. range for a 309 and 860 with the gals being paced by Erma McGuire with 295 and Cheryl Bernhart 290 Bob Costanzo was on the beam in Classic Triples, hitting for a 336 and pinfall of for four games Jack Smeed added 369 and Tino luvale 323 and Bill Hamilton 313, with the gals being led by Jeanette Smeed 312, Dianne Violini 306 and Eleanor Dorigatti 296 Mike Prokop starred in Civil Service with a 339 and Alice Kolibas led the women with a 292 A reminder that Panda Bowl is set for Saturday night, nine to midnight, and specials each Sunday, 5-7.30 and 8- 10.30 Larson was the men's bowler of-the-week with a 296 and 807 triple in Eagles Lodge, 186 pins over his 207 average The opening round of the Alberta rolloffs is set for Capri Sunday morning at nine and the oddity of the week belongs to Bob Kolysher who spared a headpin split in Gor- die's. and 625 and Marty Shigehiro 245 and 647 in junior boys, Brenda Christie 292 and Cindy Pedrini 289 and 643 in junior girls The senior division was led by Barry Neidermier 310 and 718, Ron Gretzinger 282 and 672, Linda Malcomson 324 and 803, Kalie Pedrini 291 and 684 and Nadme Kovacs 307 and 764. Shirley Hertlem 280 and 744 and Helen White 285 in Knights of Columbus, Florence Kobe 295 in LCC, Til- ly Roberts 301 and Dorothy Harrison 286 in Morning Coffee, Jeanette Smeed 341 and 786 and Isabelle Bergman 297 and 794 in Martinizing, Nadine Kovacs 320 and 769, Isabelle Bergman 294 and 818, Jean Christie 294 and 799 and Jeanette Houtekamer 299 in Green's, Mary Noss 356 and 786, Judy Lawson 323, Dorothy Anderson 341 and Marie Smith 294 and 738 in NuMode Homes, Arlene Bartosek 306 in Bankers, Marg Dyck 318 in Doug's and Fran Beresnak 317 in Friday Mixed Minor hockey week well under way "It's more fun to play better hockey Yes, it's Minor Hockey Week in Canada once again and the Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association will do their part to make the most of this special week. The Canadian Amateur Hockey Association has set aside this week to provide an opportunity to introduce to Canadians the various new programs that they are mak- ing available to young hockey players through its member organizations across the country. The CAHA is emphasizing the fun aspect of our national game as the theme of Minor Hockey Week in Canada and makes it a point that an in- dividual can have fun by doing something to his best of his abilities. Meanwhile in Bantam "B" action last night, Gary Tokariuk rifled in a hat-trick and gave the Blades an easy 6- 2 victory over the Raiders. Jefl Johnson, Michael Coghlm and Greg McKean chipped in with single markers while Marshall DeArmond replied twice for the Raiders. Terry Bailey scored three times in the third period and lifted the Maple Leafs to a hard-fought 5-4 win over the Canadiens Brent Anderson and Jamie Severtson aided with solo ef- forts while Pat McCune notch- ed two goals and Wes Findlay and Dave Layton one each for the Canadiens, who led 2-0 after two periods. In a league game Saturday, the Totems and Jets battled to a 2-2 Steve Holt scored a goal in each of the three periods and carried the Mustangs to a 4-2 victory over the Eagles in Bantam "B" play over the weekend. Steve Paksi and Duane Kozak replied in a losing cause. The Argos also came up with a 4-2 win as they defeated the Raiders with two un- answered goals in the third period. Mike Park, Peter Sarich, Jim Woolf and Jim Van Goal shared the scoring for the Argos while Neil Ainscough and Marshal DeArmand handled the scoring for the Raiders. Bob Richardson and Barry Coghlin rifled in third period 1974 will be Aaron's last It is almost certain Hank Aaron will say goodbye to baseball at the end of the 1974 season. The Atlanta Braves' slugger should surpass Babe Ruth's mark of 714 home runs early in the season. He now has 713 to his credit. Hank Aaron passes up Hall of Fame for Magnavox NEW YORK (AP) The bats and balls with which Hank Aaron ties and breaks Babe Ruth's home run record may wind up in a store win- dow to help sell television sets instead of in baseball's Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, N.Y. The 39-year-old outfielder of Atlanta Braves made that dis- closure Monday in announcing he had signed a five-year, fl- million contract with Magnavox Corp. "I have given the Hall of Fame a lot of things in the past and they've just swept it under the Aaron said. He also said the 1974 season almost certainly will be his last as an active player, ad- ding: "Travelling and spring training are getting to be a drudgery." Aaron is only one home run away from the Babe's career record of 714. In announcing his associa- tion with the electronics firm, Aaron said he was not only signing away his exclusive services but also the balls, bats, uniforms and other significant items that may be associated with his career. "Each ball, each bat, even the uniform Hank uses will be- come our said Alfred di Scipio, a corporate official, "to be carried around the country for people to touch so they can feel a part of this legendary event." Di Scipio, whose company manufactures television sets, band equipment and other electronic items, said the contract would not interfere with Aaron's existing Claresholm, Vulcan in first place Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League statistics released Saturday showed that the Claresholm Clippers and Vulcan Blazers are currently leading their respective divisions. The Clippers hold down top spot in the south division with 28 points while the Lethbridge Midget Elks and Lethbridge Kinsmen Warriors share se- cond place with 20 points each On the other hand, the Blazers hold a comfortable lead in the norther division with 21 points while the Stan- dard Lions and High River Imperials are deadlocked in second with 13 points apiece. Vauxhall Legionaire' Gordon Miller leads the in- dividual scoring race' in the south with 50 points and is followed by Brian Massam, John McKee and Larry McDonald with 46, 43 and 42 points respectively. All three players toil with the Clippers contracts or infringe on his baseball career. Aaron indicated 1974 would be his last season as a player although he might remain with the Braves in a front of- fice capacity. "I have no desire to man- he said. "I will be 40. Twenty years is long enough to play baseball. It's not the games so much. It's the travel and spr- ing training. "When I was young, I looked forward to spring training. But now it's a drudgery. I hurt most of the time. For the first 10 days I have trouble getting out of bed Aaron indicated a hidden bitterness over his lack of recognition. "I finally made it after 20 he said. "Nobody knew about Hank Aaron until four years ago." Of baseball's Hall of Fame: "They put out a book listing the mementos of the various players. I wasn't in it although I had given them a number of things. They told me it was be- cause I was still active." Of Mrs. Babe Ruth, who has made some bitter statements on the jeopardy of the Babe's record: "She never said anything to me. I've never met her." markers and lifted the Ramblers to a 2-2 draw with the Rangers. Murray Houghton and Gary Duce rapped in singles for the Rangers, who led 1-0 after two periods. The Bruins came back from a 1-0 first period deficit to drop the Lions 3-1. Blake Tillotson, Barry Cowie and Steve Gogo notched single markers for the Bruins while Brian Robinson manag- ed a goal in a losing effort. The Mustangs edged the Hornets 3-2 in another league game. Bill Caswell. John Duncan and Steve Holt rifled in a goal each for the Mustangs second win of the weekend while Danny Jones and Brian Ferenz handled the scoring for the Hornets. The Blazers came up with four big goals in the final period to crush the Kings 5-2. Bob Rapuano, Bill Rab, Robert Wood, Allen Clampitt and Brent Lang tallied a goal each for the winners while brothers Lane and Brent Belsher blinked the light once for the losers. The Ramblers earned an easy 7-1 win over the Eagles in a game Saturday. Don Jarvie and Barrie Coghlin notched two goals each to lead the Ramblers' at- tack while Barrie Cowie managed the only goal for the Eagles. The Lethbridge Monarchs scored an 8-5 decision over the Cardston Bruins in an exhibi- tion game staged in Cardston. Darin Chaki scored three goals and Morris Many Fingers two for the locals while Kevin Small Face rifled in a hat-trick for the hosts. In Pee Wee action, the Sabres defeated the Pintos 5- 3. Greg Horon, Ron Terakita and Wally Kozkas scored a goal each in the win while teammate Rick Williams led the way with a pair. Rick Areies, Derek Scott and Greg Blankenship tallied a goal apiece in the loss. The Blues registered a slim 2-1 victory over the Flyers. Warren Keith and Robert Sluzar fired in singles for the winners while Robert Nonomura replied for the Flyers. Sluzar's marker proved to be the winning goal. Memphis has high hopes in World Football draft NEW YORK (AP) Mem- phis today was expected to se- lect either all-American quar- terback David Jaynes or runn- ing back Woody Green of Arizona State as the No. 1 choice in the fledgling World Football League's draft of top collegiate prospects. "I'm leaning toward Jaynes but am heavily considering said Steve Arnold, head man of the Memphis franchise, on the eve of the 12- team league's first move into the domain of big league foot- ball. "Jaynes is the best quarter- back and I've decided to go with either a quarterback or a running Arnold said. "Green could be the best run- ning back in the country. Memphis was to open the draft, followed by New England and then Florida, Toronto, Birmingham, Ala., New York, Southern Califor- Koenig sparks victory Hans Koenig tallied a pair of goals 20 seconds apart and led Southern Signs to a slim 3- 2 victory over Sunburst Ceramics in a City Broomball League game Sunday night. Koenig's two markers came with less than five minutes remaining in the contest while teammate Don Corey notched a singleton earlier in the game Andy Gordichuk and Tom Greenway replied for Sun- burst. Six players shared in the scoring as Herman's Upholstery blanked the Lethbridge Correctional In- stitute Mavericks 6-0 in another league match. Ron Teshima, Walter Duda, Robert Meheden, Fred Guenther, Roger Handley and Sig Majchrzak blasted in a goal each for the winners while Vic Willms chalked up his eleventh shutout of the season The league's top scorer Tom Beresnak added two more goals to his total as he paced Welterlich to a 3-0 win over the Fire Department Gus Fomradas chipped in with a single in Welterlich's fourteenth straight victory. Barry Niedermier registered his first shutout of the 1973-74 season and led Ace Building to a 1-0 win over Local 740. i Allan Pennington supplied the offensive spark with the lone goal. Jaycees scored a 3-1 deci- sion over the Lethbridge Hotel. Willy Brees, Hugo Brees and Doug McKenzie tallied for the winners while Ron Low replied in a losing cause Rudy Fleischhauer notched a pair of goals to pace the Red Devils to a 4-1 win over the Knight Clubbers. Melvin Hudson and Tony Wolak aided with singles while Gordon McNichol managed the lone Clubber's goal. nia, Philadelphia, Hawaii, Chicago, Washington, D.C and Detroit For the second round, the order of selection was to be reversed. Chicago indicated its top pick would be Bill Roller, a defensive tackle from Mon- tana State. Owner Tom Origer said that Roller, selected most valuable player in the Senior Bowl, has "expressed the desire to play for us here in Chicago." GOES SIX ROUNDS The draft was set to last six rounds with 72 players being Wise sparkles SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Willie Wise scored 28 points, including the winning basket with four seconds left, to give Utah Stars a 113-112 American Basketball Association vic- tory Monday night over Carolina Cougars. It was the only game scheduled in both the ABA and National Basketball Association. Wise's basket came after a pair of foul shots by Carolina's Mack Calvin which had given the Cougars the lead with 16 seconds remaining. selected. That doesn't match for size the established National Football League draft, a two-day affair that goes for 17 rounds with 442 players being selected by the 26 teams. That one is set for next Tuesday and the WFL will reconvene afterwards, apparently to discuss the ramifications of the NFL draft. Some of the top collegiate prospects like Tennessee State's huge defensive end, Ed Jones, probably won't even be drafted by the WFL because the new league believes he is already committed to the NFL The WFL says it isn't look- ing for a war with the'NFL and isn't interested in raiding players under contract to the older league. WFL officials admit, however, that rthey have talked to about 20 per cent of all players in the NFL. "All we're telling them is that before they sign a contract, come talk to said Don Regan, vice- president and general counsel of the WFC. Tom Fears has been named coach of the Southern Califor- nia club and Babe Parilli will double as coach and general manager of the Boston team. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES L F 2 122 4 127 7 114 96 Southern Juvenile South Divliion W T Claresholm .13 2 Leth Elks 9 2 Lelh Warriors 9 2 Vauxhall 6 2 Cascades 3 1 12 76 LEADING SCORERS Gordon Miller, Vaux Brian Massam, Clar John McKee, Clar Larry McDonald. Clar Mike Boychuck. Elks Bob Quirrell, War Doug Schlagel. CNP Terry Kress. Vaux Doug Odland, Vaux Victor Wall, Vaux Tony Vastenhout. CNP North Division W T L F Vulcan Standard High River Okotoks 3 2 92 3 7 78 5 7 82 2 11 80 A 66 28 61 20 91 20 110 14 145 50 46 43 42 39 35 27 25 26 25 25 A 67 21 79 13 104 13 132 8 LEADING SCORERS Ron Schlat. Vul Tim Mmve. Oko Glen McCallum, Vul Lee Switzer. HR Gordon Flaterude. HR Steve Dunham, Oko Ron Simonm, Stan Monty Jesperson, Oko Derrick Ashmore Oko Drew McCredie, HR WESTERN CANADA Cistern Division W L T F 22 8 9 206 22 12 7 18 13 11 20 19 2 18 19 4 15 20 5 Regina S Current Fhn Flon Brandon Saskatoon Winnipeg 205 201 205 169 163 WMttrn Divinon Calgary 23 10 6 184 Westminster 20 11 8 165 Med Hat 15 17 7 174 Edmonton 13 18 4 126 Victoria 11 26 4 154 Kamloops 7 31 5 157 50 38 34 33 33 25 24 23 22 20 A 126 53 174 51 169 189 42 161 40 200 35 131 52 150 48 189 37 169 30 221 26 230 19 Justgef a hold of our new Help me, 'ma wheel spinner! The tire experts with the tow prices. ELRICH TIRES LTD 402 1st Ave S Phons 327-6886 or 3274445 ;