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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Jinuiry 27, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 RI3HT-NOWWHAT GOT FOR MYBUVD I'VE SURE CURED YOUR HICCUPS, RlftHT? Minor hockey roundup Roundup of bowling scores DAIRY QUEEN Maxine Qstrum 229, Mary Morris 235, Kathy Carpenter 290, Zlta Tlnordl 230. Irene Harris 226, Cindy Patterson 236, Joan Gross 242, Mary Potvin 227. Jean Passey 343 Minnie Kaskiw 252, VI Anderson 225, Rena Purchase 246. SPEEDYS Debbie Brown 246. Marg Smith 282 Jeanette Smeed 273 Karlyn Spltzer 267 Irene Chiste 264 Gail Sarka 253 Helen Deal 230, Marilynne Tremel 315 Marlene Tremel 256 Jean Koskoskl 234, Grace Beard 259 Milch Bechthtold 238. CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Joyce Kreutz 293 Marge Ross 257 Marge McLaughlin 266 Leta Konynenbelt 249 Linda Aspeslet 268, Sandra Hunt 262, Chris Ell 255. Marlene Prascak 263 Bev Henderson 242. Val Hames 260. SUNDQUIST Pal Plornp 249 Al Vargo 248, Jacqui Klaus 250, Leah Gerla 243. Jane Smyke 246, Dot Sorenson 321 Marge Koole 264 Doreen Soderquist 235, Carol Floberg 236. Nina Vaselenak 247. SENIOR CITIZENS Leora Ness 203. Phyllis Patching 314 Ed Linn 292. Jim Whelan 212, Ted Haszard 235. Jessie MacDonald 227, Will Ness 205, Frank Posterskl 222. Ted Kenny 265. BANKERS LEAGUE Lome Bowerman 255, Ron Sheen 282, Gord Deibert 286 Vic Bawel 283 Hardy Umerls 239, Donna UrrieriS' 243. Morley Richardson 337 (730) Irene Houghton 241, Ina Harris 272, John Christensen 238. THURSDAY MIXED Louis Lirelte 236. Kathy Plrk 214, Fritz Pirk 205, Don Crabb 261, Mel Seibert 209, Geo Matchett 245, John Roth 245, Ray Halfner 223. Norm Gyulai 218, Tom Snow 337 MORNING COFFEE- Bev Harrison 271 Myrna Kurlna 279, Chris Burwash 271, Elfrieda Wiens 288, Diane Decalre 307 Donna Wlebe 270 Marg Legge 276 Sheila Schikowsky 282 Cynthia Milllgan 270 Nola Simmons 259. ONE HOUR MARTINIZING Jean Passey 331 Grace Brownlield 252, Pat Henderson 285, June Malkin 319 Barb Jarvle 264 VI Ortlieb 265, Masa COMPLETION NOTICE NOTICE is given that the construction of the bridge crossing the Oldman River at 6th Avenue South has been completed. Any own- er, or other person, having an interest in any land immediately adjacent to this bridge who claims to have sustained damages by reason of loss of or permanent lessening of the use of his land may file a claim with the City Clerk for the damages in respect thereof, stating the amount and particulars of his claim. Such a claim must be filed within sixty (60) days of .this Notice. DATED at Lethbridge this 27th day of January, 1975. JOHN GERLA City Clerk Goshlnmon 253. Maureen Simpson 249 Norma Boyle 253, Theresa Burkhart 262. WINSTON CHURCHILL Gordon Besseling 200, Holly Waselenak 240. Murray Vlckers 268 GREEN'S SHOES Darrel Lagler 275 Kalle Pedrlni 284 Sid Pollock 296 Cec Beaudry 279 Sam Glrardi 284 Torn Cronkite 278 Bill Koskoski 267 Bea Fast 380 Hugh Christie 267, Isabella Bergman 266 Bert Mezle 290. Ray MacDonald 277. J.C.C.A. Mike Tobo 265, Wimp Nakamura 371 Bob Senda 263, Cllll Thomas 303, Tom Medoruma 271, Sum! Medoruma 298 Lee Hargrave 295' Masa Goshlnmon 260 Roy Kamltomo 263, Francis Higa 267. DOUG'S Kay Dyck 233; Elaine Tompklns 244; Marge McLaughlin 281 Joyce Bach 260 Taml Wakelen 244; Ann Duval 242; Agnes Olshaski 251: Cathy Giess 299 Pat Norlln 261; Gale Hummel 251. A.G.T. Linda Aspeslet 258; Dianne Malchow 230; Liz Robertson 223; Mavis Tuttle 254; Doug Aspeslet 332 Art Parks 230; Brian Murkin 243; Dick Wells 266; Ed Ferner 248; Jerry Areshenko 248; Richard Jankowich' 307 Frank Tuttle 323 FRIDAY MIXED Don Ross 260; Joe Beresnak 240: Keith McCurdy 281 Joe Amatto 245; Barry Tolleslrup 249; Albert Clark 278; Kay Wheeler 283 Guila Bunnage 246; Bonnie Cahoon 251 Glenys Gerstenbuhler 231. FRIDAY SCHOOLS Y.B.C. (JUNIORS) Merylen Bunnage 205; Mike Gerla 212; Kevin Prindle 255; Kelly Okamura 219; Tom Mlklos 286; Robert Miklos 204. BANTAMS Geolf Paskuskl 255; Brian Sparks 221; Terry Klrschenman 215. SATURDAY Y.B.C. JET BOYS Mitch Martin 159; Colin Wlebe 149; Matthew Weaver 141; Curtis Boyden 171: Dean Hovey 139. BANTAM BOYS Tommy Doyle 159; Danny Svoboda 185; Stephen Taylor 187: Craig Ellis 273; Jim Miklos 162; Edwin Burwash 198. Y.B.C. JET SIHLS Nancy Ferguson 160; Sonya Decalre 162; Shelley McKenney 166; Brand! Lamont 150. BANTAM GIRLS Barbara Christiansen 197; Joanne CITY of LETHBRIDGE TRAFFIC PATTERNS ON NEWLY OPENED SIXTH AVENUE RIVER CROSSING AND NTERCHANSES OFFICE OF EN6INEERIN6 DIRECTOR JANUARY 24, I978 Olnlck 191; Cathy Hamilton 200; Rebecca Holmes 197; Sandra Ferguson 216; Pam McDonald 218; Judy McKay 229. Y.B.C. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Greg Krokosh 245; Fred Neville 298 Marty'Shlgehiro 243; Max Coupland 294; Robin Stariton 268 Brian Rossettl 249; Mike Tolley 233; Brian Kanewischer 287; Lori Chakl 232 Susan Stanton 219. IMPERIAL FASHIONS Alice Jensen 293. Irene Lynde 276, Jen Hegl 266 Elolse Ives 276 Pat Plomp 262 Mary Blair 302 Marg Koole 285 Dot Manning 256, Elaine Tompklns 305 Dot Sorenson 328 Hazel Peterson 267. SORDIES MEN Morgan Sparks 273 Duane Spltzer 303 Jerrj Mezie 260, Bruno Baceda 254, Ed Henderson 274. Ellas Sawilla 301, Fred Master 279, Ray MacDonald 256, Bill Hamilton 268 Dallas Nesblt 271. Dennis Vervoort scored the game's only goal Saturday as the Eagles snuck past the Lions 1 0 in Bantam B minor hockey action. Goals by Glenn Yacyshyn and Don Credico in the third period lifted the Monarchs to a 2 -1 win over the Rangers in another low scoring Bantam B contest. Rod Houghton scored for the Rangers. In other Bantam B games, the Bruins nipped the Hornets 2 1 and the Blades downed Warner Texaco Pee Wees 4 2. The Red Wings got goals from Mike Falkenberg, Jerry Setagushi, Rick Van Luyk, and Bill Zielke as they dumped the Islanders 4 -1 in Bantam A play Saturday. Blair Nyrose had the lone Islander marker. Dave Maciiria notched a hat trick as he led the Blackhawks to a 6 1 win over the Maroons. Mike Bedford, Doug Court and Stan Sawicki had the other Blackhawk goals while Bill Caswell replied in a losing cause.- In Southern Alberta Little Spud League action, the Lethbridge Marland Pee Wees went to Bow Island and Foremost Saturday and came home with a pair of wins. Wayne Parenteau, Andrew Bedford, Raymond Taylor, Ron Terakita; Faron Ellis, and Rick Gal scored for the locals as they dumped Bow Island 6 3. Troy Loney had two goals for Bow Island. Rick Gal came up with a hat trick against Foremost as the Marlands took a 12 2 decision. Robert Stewart, John Csurka, and Ray Taylor added a pair of goals each, while Wayne Parenteau, Faron Ellis and Ron Terakita picked up singles. Dean Arnold and Brian Haraga scored for Foremost. In Bantam Spud League play, Medicine Hat Kinsmen doubled the score on the Lethbridge Labor Club Bees 8 -4. Allan Duval had two goals in a losing cause, while Ken Rominiuk and Greg Braun had the other Lethbridge goals. Bing sparked overtime win THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A good big man, Bob Lanier, and a good little man, Dave Bing, made the difference for Detroit Pistons in a rough and tumble National Basketball Association game Sunday afternoon. Lanier poured in 31 points and Bing added added 25-in- cluding 11 in give Detroit a J02-93 victory over Chicago Bulls. The win at Detroit's Cobo Arena gave the Pistons a two- game lead over Chicago in the NBA's Midwest Division and avenged an embarrassing 116- 96 loss Saturday night at Chicago. "I was loose and I figured I was Bing said after scoring 11 of Detroit's 15 points in overtime. Bing said he noticed Lanier was tired following an all-out effort in the rough, fast-paced battle. "Someone had to pick up the slack, and I'm the obvious guy to do Bing added. The Bulls erased a nine- point deficit in the final 5'.4 minutes of regulation, sending the game into overtime when guard Jerry Sloan came up from behind to slap the ball away from Lanier in the clos- ing seconds. Bing scored two quick baskets in the first minute of overtime, however, and Chicago never recovered. Chicago's Chet Walker led the Bulls with 23 points and Norm Van Lier chipped in 20. In other NBA games Sun- day, Washington Bullets whipped Houston Rockets 118- 90, Seattle SuperSonics edged Cleveland Cavaliers 96-93, Boston Celtics beat Buffalo Braves 107-93, Philadelphia 76ers defeated Los Angeles Lakers 103-97 and Portland Trail Blazers topped Golden State Warriors 128-113. In Saturday's other games, Kansas-City Omaha Kings beat New York Knicks 112- 103, Atlanta Hawks tripped Milwaukee Bucks 117-101, Washington edged Cleveland 94-92, Phoenix Suns downed New Orleans Jazz 94-90 and Golden State stopped Portland 114-109. YAMAHA ORGANS New and Used I COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-3694 I We tell it like it is. And EMERSON'S CASH REBATE PLAN GM'S Pontiac Astre Ventura Models Buick Apollo Skylark Models........ Buick Skylark Models.............. the best deal you can with us and fill out a request for rebate form you will receive a cheque from GM for whichever amount that relates to the car you bought. EMERSON'S Pontiac, Full Size Firebirds Grand Prix 10% Buick Full Size............. 10% CMC all Models........... 10% will deduct 10% from the retail price of any car or truck in stock give you a high trade in value all you pay is the low, low difference. OFFER EXPIRES FEB. 28th BUY TODAY In comfort in our 32 Car Showrooms EMERSON'S Downtown on 4th Ave. Pontiac Buick GMC Wide Open till 9 Evenings 329-4444 ;