Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 10

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: 24

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 (Newspaper) - January 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 - THt lETHBRtDGE HWAtD - Friday, ianuory 29, 1971 Packers peddle Horn to Denver Veteran stars involved in dealings NEW YORK (AP) - Traded quarterbacks made almost as big a splash as drafted quarterbacks at the professional football college dratt Thursday. Stanford's Jim Plunkett, Mississippi's Archie Manning and Santa Clara's Dan Pasto-rini, the best of college football's blue-ribbon senior quarterbacks, were the 1-2-3 first-round picks, as expected, in the opening session of the National Football League draft. A total of 182 players were chosen in the first seven rounds Thursday. Ten mora rounds, involving another 260 players, were to complete the sessions today. But before another signal-caller was picked, two rounds and five hours later, a series of significant trades-four of them TO APPEAR HERE - Donald Jackson, the Canadian figure skating star from Oshawa, will headline this year's Lethbridge Figure Skating Club ice show at the Arena March 5 and 6. Jackson is a form er world amateur champion and the current world professional king. Sensational Donald Jackson to headline local ice show There will be a lot of glitter and a lot of talent on display when the Lethbridge Figure Skating Club unveils its annual winter ice show at the Arena March 5 and 6. Club officials announced today that Donald Jackson, one of the truly great skaters in the world, and,if you want to go by the record books, the greatest skater in the world today, will be the featured performer at this year's carnival. Local club officials feel the acquisition of Jackson will provide the gate appeal needed to turn the carnival into one of Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL JUNIOR SHOP Esther Ogden 322; Jean Passey 781 (731); Barbara Bullert 249; Nina Slnd-linger 240; Nova Jean Dowdell 270 (669); Pat Plomp 285; Rose Nunweller 255; Frances Harris 229; Marg Hel-mer 258; Vera Nlcholls 223. Won't believe allegations By THE CANADIAN PRESS Al Raine, head coach of Canada's alpine ski team, says he doesn't think anyone will believe allegations by the United States Ski Association president that Canadians have manipulated races to produce lower- than-normal handicap points. Raine, in Megeve, France, where he is coaching the Canadian team in international competition, replied Thursday to statements in a letter by Charles Gibson written Dec. 29 to competitions director Graham Anderson. Gibson said in the letter he and Raine had discussed several ways of manipulating races to produce low handicap points. He said Raine had used the methods in Canada. Raine said the only thing he discussed with Gibson was the advantage of inviting European skiers to races. HOOP AND HORN Jean Passey 216; Herb Curran 228; Carolyn Passey 25e; Mike Donkln 229; Dave Carlson 222; Ken David 258; Jim Thomson 253; Barb Jarvls 254; Eunice David 228; Denzll Logan 2U. GORDIE'S Bill Hamilton 318 ler 346 ( 857); Bob Costanzo 308 (842); Sam Glrardl 343 (824); Roy Chanda 345 (827); Randy Wolstoncroft 341 (812); Bernle Bailey 291 (785); Francis Hlga 331 (776V Steve Gangur 284 ( 766); George Smerek 294 (751). B AND E HARDWARE Oof Anderson 346 (805); Sandy Scat tergood 279 ( 767); Bunny Anderson 233 (662); Walt Crombez 288 (698); Gwen fdwards 283 (664); Frank Simons 265 (670); John Scattergood 263 (677); Alex Kogler 245 ( 6501; John Scattergood " 274 (634); Bill Bach 298 ( 644); Faye Heck 255; Gerry Anderson 265 ( 626). HIGA'S LADIES Sandy Scattergood 294 (737); Dlanne Vlollnl 275 (724); Brenda Pedersen 279 (734); Dot Bulpltt 275 (707); Marlene Tremel 274 (726); Shirley Boyd 271 (701V- Edith Voth 286 (685); Suzan MacDonald 237 ( 695); Phyl Harrison 267 (688); Kae Mann 292 ( 671). CHEC Betty Coutts 317 ( 656); Steve Saler 323 ( 835); Francis Wright 267 ( 750); H. C. Brown 268 ( 685); Alma Oberg 2B8 (768); Jean Christie 263 (6971; Shirley Fander 267 (694); Tina Meyerllng 231 (634); Smokey Home 232 (635); Harold Mercer 233 (617); Murray Kobe 255 (610). %%%o) Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive DRIVE IN HERE FOR TOP AUTO SERVICE. GET THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR. SEE YOU SOONI WE NEVER CLOSE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY! HEAOQUARTERS FOR  IMPERIAL Oil PRODUCTS  STEREO TAPES   PROPANE  ATLAS PRODUCTS LIVE BAIT MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 327-1046 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. licensed Mechanic On Duly Monday thru Friday. the highlights of the winter entertainment season. Jackson, a native of Oshawa, has enjoyed tremendous success' in figure skating circles, both amateur and professional. He won the Canadian junior champion ship in 1955 and, through a great deal of hard work and dedication, he succeeded in capturing the 1962 world amateur crown in Prague. He turned professional with the Ice Follies, where he was one of the featured stars from 1962 to 1968, and his great talent on the blades drew acclaim throughout the world. Jackson took the men's world professional championship in 1965 and he repeated last year with another superb performance. He left the Ice Follies in 1968 and occupies most of his time now performing at various ice shows in both Canada and the United States. Jackson will be seen in action here on three occasions, appearing opening night, Friday, March 5, and twice Saturday, March 6, at the matinee and the evening performance. Local club officials are confident that this year's show will be the best yet. A total of 150 local skaters, ranging in age from three to 18 years, will perform in the carnival, this year called "The Nutcracker." JJY THE TIME YOU READ THIS column it may be off again. Last fall B.C. government gave the Trail Rod and Gun Club permission to import 50 surplus elk from Banff National Park and transplant them on the Blueberry - Paulson summitt area between Castlegar and Grand Forks. The club raised more than $2,000 for Operation Elk. Last week government biologists were instructed to cancel the import permit because ranchers in the area complained that the elk may encroach on livestock ranges. Then the sportsmen raised a fuss. The import permit has now been reinstated. It would appear the sportsmen control more votes in the area. ? * ? The annual meeting of the Lethbridge Trap Club will be held this Saturday at 2 p.m. It was previously announced in this column that the meeting would be Sunday. And, the Tyrrell's Lake Fishermen's Association is putting on another campaign and will try to stock 500,000 rainbow fingerlings in Tyrell's Lake this spring. The campaign is on now. Contributions may be mailed to The Tyrrell's Lake Fishermen's Association, Box 495, Lethbridge or Box 86, Magrath. The association headed the drive which saw 1,250,-000 rainbow fingerlings stocked in Tyrrell's last year. Before he left for his new job in Montana, fisheries biologist Gordon Haugen recommended that another half million should be stocked in Tyrrell's this year. ? ? ? Dave Simpson of Pincher Creek, chairman of the Southern Alberta Fish and Game Council, has called for a zone meeting at the Lethbridge clubrooms for Sunday at 1:30 p.m. The Lethbridge Fish and Game Association has added another category to its big game competition which is to be held in the Park Plaza Motor Hotel Saturday, Feb. 13. The category is for black bear. Blacks shot during 1970 by club members if they purchased their memberships prior to Aug. 1, 1970, are eligible. Both spring and fall bear qualify. The Fort Macleod Fish and Game Association has announced that its annual banquet and trophy day will be Saturday, Feb. 6. Saints move up two more The high-flying St. Basil's Saints moved two points closer to first place in the City Recreation League by edging the league-leading University of Lethbridge Chinooks 2-1 Thursday night. Richard Chollack and Bob Balasz scored singletons for the Saints while Keith Mac-Donald replied for the Univer. sity. Saints led 1-0 and 2-0 before MacDonald scored in the final stanza. Chinooks took four of 10 penalties whistled down in the contest. Host Leafs Saturday Kings bounce Warriors While the Lethbrdige SVigari Kings were skating to an easy exhibition win Thursday the Edmonton Maple Leafs moved past them into third place in the Alberta Junior Hockey League by downing Ponoka Stampeders 5-3. Sugar Kings play host to the Leafs Saturday evening at the Arena at 8:30 and can move back into third spot with a victory. Thursday, the Kings stayed sharp as they dumped the Juvenile Warriors 6-1 in a lacklustre encounter before a good crowd at Adams Ice Centre. The Junior Kings led 2-0 at the end of the first period and 5-1 after two. Newcomer Derek Black and Gary Paskuski notched two goals each for the Kings while singletons went to Randy An- dreachuk and Lanny McDonald. Bob Turner scored the lone Warrior marker in the second period after the Kings had built up a 2-0 lead. Warriors got the nod on six of 19 minor penalties called in the game. In Saturday's Maple Leaf-Sugar King game the draw will be made to see who wins the trip to Oakland for a California Seals' home game against Boston Bruins. In other minor hockey action the Cougars edged the Seals 3-2 in Bantam B while the Eskimos downed the Ti-Cats 2-1 in midget play. Trevor Kensey and Tom Kveder scored for the Eskimos while Bob Psitzer replied for the Ti-Cats. Meanwhile Calgary Cougars SAVE 5 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE:  A $9.95 MUFFLE* FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES All AT 509 6th Avenue South IIMUTB UFFLER INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 battled their way into a first-place tie in the league by defeating Red Deer Rustlers 7-2 Thursday night. Both teams have 48 points. The rough-and-tough contest included 25 penalties, including 10 majors. The Cougars took 13 penalties, including four fighting infractions, one slashing and two 10-minute misconducts. The Rustlers' penalties included four fighting majors and three 10 - minute misconducts. Ian Hunter, Doug Blancy, Brian Smith, Rob LeguiUoux, Al Pollock, Nelson McBride and Darrell Goss scored for the Cougars. John Laskoski and Mickey Girard netted the Rustlers' goals. Meanwhile at Ponoka the Ed monton Maple Leafs controlled most of an Alberta Junior Hockey League contest Thursd a y night and beat Ponoka Stampeders 5-3 before 300 fans. The Maple Leafs took a 2-1 lead in the first period on goals by Craig Styles and Randy Smith. The Stampeders' lone marker in that period was by Doug Silvernaglc. Dale Bowler led off the second  period scoring to put the Maple Leafs ahead 3-1 with his first goal. Jim Carr then made it 4-1 before Ed Lycliak and Evan McPhedran replied for the Stampeders. With the score 4-3 for Edmonton at the opening, Ponoka appeared to rally but Bowler fired in an insurance goal al 7:58 and the home team ran out of wind, shifting. NFL quarterbacks and* another involving no less than' seven players and eight draft choices-commandeered the spotlight. In two of the quarterback exchanges, Philadelphia Eagles sent 10-year veteran Norm Snead to Minnesota Vikings and obtained Reg Barton, a promising youngster, from Detroit Lions. PACKERS DEAL HORN In the others, Green Bay Packers dealt Don Horn, once groomed as Bart Starr's successor, to Denver Broncos and then re-acquired the playing rights to 39-year-old pensioner Zeke Brat-kowski from Minnesota. The day's blockbuster trade, between Washington Redskins and Los Angeles Rams, had no bearing on the quarterback sweepstakes, however. It came about one-half hour after Boston Patriots, betting their future against 17 trade offers, selected Plunkett, the 1970 Heisman Trophy winner ' and all-time major college passing king, to kick off the draft. After the rebuilding Patriots ended the suspense over their disposition of the No. 1 pick, New Orleans Saints chose Manning, Houston Oilers  tapped Pastorini, Buffalo Bills grabbed wide receiver J. D. Hill of Ari-zona State and Philadelphia took defensive lineman Richard Harris of Grambling. Commissioner Pete Rozelle then interrupted the proceed' ings to announce that George Allen, the new Washington coach who was cut loose by Los Angeles, had landed six of his old Rams, at the expense of half-a-dozen draft picks. UET 4 REGULARS The Redskins acquired four 1970 Los Angeles regulars-defensive tackle Diron Talbert and linebackers Jack Pardee, Myron Pottios and Maxie Baughan-plus guard John Wilbur, running back Jeff Jordan and the Rams' No. 5 draft choice. The Rams got linebacker Marlin McKeever, Washington's first and third draft picks this year and the Redskins No.s 3,4, 5, 6 and 7 selections next year. Boston coach John Maur said in explaining the decision to go for Plunkett instead of the expedient help a multi-player deal might have brought: "He's the Namath of the future. I think ,the Boston Patriots' future can be his future." "The best way to build is with youth," Sullivan said. "History is filled with teams who gave away draft choices to strengthen and failed. It's not very often you have a chance to acquire a player of Jim's stat ure." NOW TO SIGN HIM Sullivan's next move will be to sign the prize rookie, who plans to visit Boston sometime next week with his attorney. Joe Kapp, Boston's holdover quarterback, is in the middle of a three-year pact at an estimated $130,000 per-year. And, according to owner Bill Sullivan, he still has the inside track for the 1971 starting job. "If I have to sit on the bench and learn, that's what I'll do," Plunkett said. Running backs and defensive backs were dominant through out the remainder of the first rounds. The selectors didn't tap another quarterback until Round 3, when Houston selected Kansas State's Lynn Dickey to complement, and challenge Pastorini. TAKE DUKE QB Atlanta picked Duke quarterback Leo Hart a few minutes after Dickey was chosen. Ken Anderson of Augustana, 111., and Karl Douglas of Texas A and I, were the other quarterbacks picked in the third round, by Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore's Super Bowl champs, respectively. Miami Dolphins finally tabbed Notre Dame All-American quarterback Joe Theismann in the fourth round as the 99th over-all pick. Alabama's Scott Hunter went to Green Bay and Boston College's Frank Harris to Detroit in Round 6. Buddy Lee of Louisiana State, taken by Chicago Bears in Round 7, was the 11th and last quarterback pick of the lite-hour session. Ken Frith, a defensive end with Saskatchewan Roughriders in the Canadian Football League the last two seasons, was claimed in the seventh round by Baltimore. IT FITS LIKE A GIOVE - World Series star Brook* Robinson of the Baltimore Orioles admires trophy he received Thursday night at the Boston baseball writers' 32nd annual dinner. Robinson was honored as the outstanding player in the 1970 World Series. Beats being in an office SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) -"I was going crazy there, working in Manhattan," rookie pro Ralph Johnston said. "I'd sit there and look out the window and the sun would be shining and I'm cooped up in an office and I'd look at my slide rule and try to bend it into a golf club." Johnston, 29, a one-time electrical engineer in New York, had just taken a share of the first round lead in the $150,000 Andy Williams-San Diego open golf tournament, shooting a six-under-par 66 Thursday. He was tied with Dave Ekhel-berger, 27, a four-year tour regular still seeking his first victory. Toronto's Ben Kern had a 69 along with Jack Nicklaus and PGA champion Dave Stockton. t,n. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES k--1---------------fc-��->-��-�,-�-�-��-�T>,�1 NATIONAL LIAGUt East Division W U T F A H% ... . 34 g * 233 1 26 74 ... . 30 9 9 162 1 07 69 .. .. 52 14 11 167 132 5J ... 22 24 3 144 143 47 ... . 15 28 S 130 176 35 ... 14 27 i 12� 184 34 ... II 26 IS 112 182 32 Wetf Division ... 32 10 � 181 111 70 .. .. 21 13 13 131 117 55 ..... 17 22 9 123 1 42 43 16 22 1 0 107 137 42 IS 22 12 136 140 42 14 23 9 137 171 37 15 30 3 124 168 33 Boston ... New York Montreal Toronto .. Vancouver Detroit ... Buffalo ... Chicago St. Louis ... Phlla....., Minnesota � Pittsburgh . Los Angeles California .. SCORINB LIADERS G A Pts. Plm Espoalto, BOS........ 44 49 93 35 Orr, Bos............ 20 59 79 59 Hodge, Bos.......... 31 39 70 80 Bucyk, Bos.......... 29 35 64 4 P.. Hull, Chi.......... 39 34 63 22 Oilman, Tor......... 25 34 59 14 Ratelle, N.V......... 22 30 52 12 Keon, Tor........... 24 27 51 2 Cashman, Bos....... 14 37 51 60 McKemle, Bos....... 18 32 50 86 ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A Pit Red Dear ..... 20 7 8 161 122 48 Calgary......21 It 6 183 155 48 Fd.m; .t'"'*  19 15 < 174 162 42 Lethbridge ... 18 12 5 174 121 41 gonoka ...... 12 20 3 123 154 27 Edm. Movers .. 7 28 4 132 229 18 AMERICAN LEAGUE Caittrn Division W L T P A Pr� Quebec....... 19 18 7 137 147 45 Springfield ... 17 21 147 165 J9 Montreal .....16 21 6 139 154 38 Providence ... 14 20 9 142 161 37 Western Division Baltimore ... .25 11 5 158 134 SS Cleveland ... .21 16 5 158 121 47 Rochester ... . 17 20 7 151 160 41 Hershey ...... 17 19 5 134 124 49 WESTERN LEAGUE WLTFAPH Portland.....27 II 5 165 126 59 San Diego ... . 21 19 6 156 154 48 Phoenix ...... 20 21 7 165 172 47 Denver .......15 20 10 154 155 40 Seattle .......17 17 5 136 130 39 Salt Lake City .15 27 3 139 161 1) HOCKEY SCORES National Boston 6 Philadelphia 2 St. Louis 1 Detroit 1 Chicago 4 Pittsburgh 1 American Quebec 4 Rochester 2 Central Fort Worth 3 Kansas City 2 Eastern New Haven 7 Long Island 7 Syracuse 7 Salem 1 Charlotte 8 Jacksonville 1 U.S. senior Marquette 6 Green Bay 5 Manitoba Junior Winnipeg 4 St. Boniface 4 Western Canada Brandon 4 Swift Currant 2 Alberta Junior Edmonton Maple Leafs i Ponoka I Calgary 7 Red Oeer 2 Donahue breaks lap speed record DAYTONA BEACH, Ha. (AP) - Mark Donohue shattered the lap speed record for Daytona International Speedway's road-track course by more than 11 miles per hour Thursday and held off Pedro Rodriguez of Mexico in a head-to-head battle for the pole position in this weekend's 24-hour race. LETHBRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY WEEK JANUARY 24-30 TONIGHT at Adams Arena 7 to 8 p.m. L.M.H.A. MOTHERS v.s. PEE WEES ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES & SERVICE 402 lit Ave South Phono 327 6886 or 327 4445 ;