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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 10, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD pUBOHASED your Sportsman's Package yet? The provincial government is offering Alberta residents this year for the first time a Sportsman's Package which includes: an angling licence, a wildlife certificate, a game bird licence, a sportsman's badge and an licence. This licence is good for one antlered game ani- mal moose, deer or elk. A holder of an licence .may not purchase any other regular moose, elk or deer licences during the 1970 season. The price of the package is Applications for pack- age, along with a certified cheque, should be made directly to the Fish and Wildlife Division, Department of Lands and Forests, Natural Resources Building, Edmonton. The application should include your name, address, age, height and weight. DATE TO REMEMBER: Saturday and Sunday, July 18 and 19. It's the third annual picnic of the Southern Alberta Fish and Game Council (Zone 1, Alberta Fish and Game Association.) There's a wiener roast Saturday evening and breakfast Sunday, morning. Bring your own food for any other meals. Pop and ice cream for the kids. There'll be a kids' fishing derby, and races for all. The Southern Alberta Fish and Game Council com- prises 26 clubs in southern Alberta. Admission will be by membership in one of this clubs, or anyone of the fish and game clubs in the province. Membership entitles the member, Ms family and if the family happens to have holidaying guests, they may come too. A guest does not include your neighbor or friends1. Mem- berships will be available at the picnic to be held at the Belly Hiver Campgrounds at Waterton Lakes National Park. BILL 106: This bill was introduced at the last session of Hie Alberta legislature. It's called the Wilderness Act, How do you feel about wilderness areas? Do you feel they are worth protecting? Public hearings are to be held in five Alberta centres about the bill. The first is in Lethbridge July 28, at p.m. at Hamilton Junior High School. Second July 29, p.m. at the Viscount Bennet High School in Calgary. Third July 30, at p.m. at the Mem- orial Centre in Red Deer; fourth in the social room of the Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton August 4, at p.m. and the fifth in Grande Prairie in the Elks Hall August 5, at p.m. In Lethbridge the Alberta Wilderness Association, the Lethbridge Fish and Game Association and the Southern Alberta Fish and Game Council are urging individuals and organizations to do at least two things. Write to: Clerk of Legislative Assembly, Legislative building, Edmonton. Ask for a copy of Bill 106. There is no charge. Familiarize yourself with the bill. Make representation at the hearing, or send in your representation direct to the department of lands and forests if you don't want to appear at Hie hearing. Even if you have nothing to say, your presence at the meeting will at least show interest and it should stress to the committee there is concern. Dr. J. Donovan Eoss, minister of lands and forests is to be commended for his concern regarding wilderness areas. However, there are many things left out of the pro- posed act and there are very few teeth. Co-ordinating representation for the Alberta Fish and Game Association for the hearings are: Gordon Peel, Ed- monton; Tom O'Keefe, Calgary; Bob Scammell, Red Deer; Ivan Mosienko, Sexsmith; Joe Balla, Lethbridge and Archie Hogg, High Eiver. FOR THIS WEEKEND: Wby not a trip to Cypress Hills Provincial Park. He Needs Two Straight 71s Trevino Confident He Can Win ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) "Just give me two straight 71s and I've got the British Open golf championship in my pocket." That was Lee Trevino's mod- est assessment today after shooting a four-under-par 68 Thursday in the second round of the British Open for a total of 138 and a one-stroke lead over a field of 80 survivors from an original 134. Even though defending cham- pion Tony Jacklin, Jack Nick- laus and a host of American and rising British challengers are breathing down his nee the 31-year-old golfer from Da las, Tex., is confident he ca stay in front. "When you're leading, yo can afford to miss one now an Trevino said. "Anybod who says he wants to com from behind is a liar. "I promised my wife four 68 here and I got two of them. If get two 71s, I'm in." Trevino carded five birdies e route to his 68 Friday, leavin him one shot ahead of Jacklin and Nicklaus. PALMER THREE BACK Two strokes back of th leader were four Englishmen- Neil Coles, Tommy Horton Clive Clark and John Richarc with Doug Sander of the U.S. and South Africa Harold Henning. Arnold Palme of the U.S. and Christ O'Connor of Ireland were an other stroke back at 140. The ebulient Trevino has wo his share of other titles, but th is the one he wants title on the ancient Old Cours where the game was born an which has become a "must" fo the top Americans. ;I like Trevino sai( "This is a course where a shot is rewarded and a bad shi is penalized." Tteyino led a contingent of 1 Americans into the third roun< knowing that a half-dozen Bri ish artisans of the sport are o fermg their stiffest fight in long time. The par-72 01 bourse was as fickle as usua Thursday, sniffing one minut and lashing its scorpion's ta ie next just in case anybod [ot cocky. IN LETHBRIDGE TUESDAY-Gordie Howe, Detroit Red Wings super star, will be in Lethbridge, Tuesday, July 14, for a brief visit on his tour of Canada for Eaton's. Accompanying Hows will be his two sons, Mark (left) and Marty. Howe will be in the store from to and then in the afternoon will be at the two Lethbridge hospitals. In between times he will be addressing the Downtown Kiwanis Club and will take part in a news conference. He leaves at to travel to Calgary. Allen Shoots Good Round At the Country Club Bill (Ulen, playing for Parsons, had iiimself a fine day on the sourse. Allen picked up the low gross honors shooting a 39. He also tied with Joe Runge of Lethbridge Office Furniture scoring a 33 to split the low net score. Low team net score was won by Atlas with a 145 and in- cluded on this team were: Ed Hembroff, Keith Ferguson, Ken Sutherland and Stan Broder. COUNTRY CLUB B and R Men's Wear...........S3 Packerl........................ 82 CHEC 81 Lllydale 78 Eaions ........................76 Lethbridge Office Furniture ......75 Atlas..........................75 Benys ..........................75 Dorigatlis 73 Hepps ..........................72 Parsons 70 Tollestrup w PADUANO WINS MONTREAL (CP) Cana- dian Welterweight Champion Donate Paduano, of Montreal frustrated by the crouched, crowding style of veteran Brit- ish boxer Johnny Cooke, won the toughest fight of his career Thursday night with a 10-round unanimous decision. Feiv Remain In Contention Canadians Beaten LIVE BUG-FREE THIS SUMMER EDMONTON (CP) Can- ada's chances for a gold medal were dimmed Thursday at the world amateur freestyle wres- tling championships as five of its nme hopefuls were elimi- nated and four others needed a win to stay in contention. The United States, however, appeared to have a chance to retain its two world crowns de- spite the inability of Rich Sand- ers of Portland, Ore., current world champion, to compete in the division. Fred Fozzard of Stillwater, Okla., world champion in the class, lost his first match, but came back in his second bout and pinned Harish Chander India in just 25 sec- onds. Fozzard lost on points to Ivan Ivacov of Bulgaria in a morning replay of last year's championships when Ivanbv beat the American. However, in 1969, Ivanov was disqualified for allowing a Russian to win a bout and Fozzard assumed the title. Bob Douglas of Ames, Iowa won two matches Thursday. He out-pointed Sali Orski Sefer o: Yugoslavia, but suffered a con eussion. Doctors told him he shouldn't wrestle again, bu Douglas went out and pinnec Upien Kazimirez of Poland in just 53 seconds of a schedule! nine-minute match. WAIT AND SEE Max Rapport, U.S. team man- ager, said whether Douglas wrestlers today will be deter mined by his condition at figh tune. Douglas fought Kazimire; with a heavy bandage arounc his neck. Canadian wrestlers elimi nated in two straight bouts were: Ken Shand of Toronto, 105% pounds; Herb Singerman Montreal, Alfred Wurr of Winnipeg, 163; Claude Pilon ol Ottawa, 198; and heavyweight Merv Holden of New Westmins- ter, B.C. Dave Stilt of Toronto, 114K pounds; Pat Bolger of Button, ff'Lji ITJ S :L., ;rv :i L'v- k II_J] ill __ Jl 'kill Ilk m ii.rii K.TI I (WOOD OR ALUMINUM) MADE-TO-ORDER OR REPAIRED! Now's the time to Repair Door and Window Screens! -Keep those Pesky Flies and Insects out this summer FREE ESTIMATES! LETHBRIDGE JVloore's Esso Service Car. 3rd Ave. end Mayer Magrath Drive WE NEVER CLOSE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Your Headquarters For: Imperial Oil Products Fishing Licenses Stereo Tapes Garden Supplies Camp fire Equipment Fishing Supplies Bar-B-Q Supplies We Now Fill Propane Bottles MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drivo Phone 327-1046 llcfnud Mechanic On Duly from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday. one 'of the top-rated Canadians in the champion- ships, and Ernie Fulton of Van- couver, 220; each had four pen- alty points after two rounds. Nick Schori of Stratford, Ont., who took a 12-4 decision over Jesus Blanco of Argentina in a first-round IfflK-ppund match, was pinned by Tatsuo Sasaki of Japan in of a second-round bout. Schori has five penalty points. Bombers Surprise Hamilton HAMILTON Blue Bombers shattered a spu tering Hamilton defence befor fans Thursday nighl striking for three touchdown in one minute and 36 second of the second quarter en rout to a 29-31 victory in Canadian Football League exhibition play Taking advantage of an offen sive lapse by a Beat unit com prised of second-string players the Winnipeg defence cashed on the breaks to rack up points and1 overcome a 12 Hamilton lead to that point. Bob Houmard, Doug Strong Ed Ulmer and Dave Washing ton scored the Winnipeg touch downs. Gene Lakusiak conver ed all four and added a singl on a 38-yard field-goal attemp that was wide. Veteran Willie Bethea ran for the lone Hamilton major while Tommy Joe Coffey kick ed field1 goals of 13 and 4i yards. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MON., JULY 13th-8.30 p.m. STEEL WIRE AROUND RING! ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER VS MIGHTY URSUS MIDGET MATCH Hayes VI J. Christy Marconi vs Kroffat Cannon vs Sharpadze Admission 52 S1.50 Box Offio Openi 7 p.m. Wateh Stampede Wrestling Saturday afternoon and Monday Night on CJLH-TV Channel 7 ALBERTA LACROSSE ASSOCIATION JUNIOR LEAGUE LETHBRIDGE NATIVE SONS vs CALGARY TROJANS SATURDAY, JULY P.M. SUNDAY, JULY P.M. at LETHBRIDGE ARENA JUVENILE LEAGUE LETHBRIDGE LANCERS vs CALGARY JUVENILES SATURDAY, JULY P.M. SUNDAY, JULY P.M. Admission: Adults 50c Students CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE ;C" Class Gars Hold Spotlight This Sunday evening the Al- berta Modified Racing Associa- tion will stage another in its se- ries of "C" class meets at Ex- hibition Speedway. The "C" class competition will join "B" and Sports man class cars for a full evening of entertainment sponsored by the Southern Alberta Auto Racers. Time trials get under way at followed by racing at Sunday's action will see driv- ers from Lethbridge, Taber, Redcliff, Brooks, Crowsnest Pass and Cranbrook compete. One meet has already been held in Cranbrook and Lethbridge driver Lamar Navratil earned eight points and trails the lead- er by three. Some cars to watch For might be car 17 from Cran- srook who is the leader with 11 points, car 12 from the Crows- nest Pass and 78 from Brooks. Meanwhile the "B" class com- petition reached a new peak of ;xcitement last week as J a c k Tiffen was held winless. Lindy Smith took advantage of the op- portunity to move to within of a point of Tiffen. Heading into Sunday's action Til'fcn has 62 points. In third place is Jack Roberts with 28. In V-8 Sportsman Tom Ayer- hart continues to lead with SO points while Len Vasclenak has accumulated Ralph Oertli is in third with points. Dave Smith and his Leth- bridge Native Sons are home for a pair of Alberta Lacrosse League games. They meet Cal- gary Trojans at eight o'clock Saturday and again at two on Sunday afternoon. The Lethbridge golf courses, Henderson Lake and the Coun- try Club, will see plenty of ac- tion Saturday and Sunday. The Southern Alberta senior tournament is slated for Country Club while Hender son plays host to the Elks. Elks tournament director Harry Black is still looking for more entries. Any Elk in good standing is invited to take part in the two day event. Race Results CALGARY (CP) Park race results Thursday: First allowance, 3-year-olds, 1 t-U Hurracho (Stadnyk) 4.20 2.50 2.20, 'ccket Boss (Ramusnen) 2.60 2.30, Mighty Willing IBarroby) 4.40. Time: 4-5. Lustrous Mike, Louis AUby, Kid Ba- MJ, Plucky Doo, Phid also ran. Second claiming, -4-year-otds and up, furlongs. Noble Stranger (Jewell) 31.90 .50, Brown Tuque (Haynes) 4.90 140, ana Hawk (Coombs) 8.90. Time: 4-5. ke Alley, Pancakes Sis, Sharonlta, Five Of Diamonds and Famous Terry. DAILY DOUBLE: Third claiming 4-year-olds, miles. Hayden's Belle (L. Wiseman) UJ.M i 80 11.20, Bright Valley (5tadn.yk) 8.10 3.40, Regal Hawk (Rasrnussen) 2.80. Time: Draw Weight, New Omen, CltaHui, Peity Talk, Yor Evad, Bon.Anle also Fourth claiming, 3-year-oIdi, 7 fur- ongs. Mr. El Con (Stadnyk) 4.50 3.70 3.10, Mellowdale (Rasmussen) 7.50 3.90, Precious Argent (Hedge) 8.30. Time: 1-5. Chinos Idol, Entertaining, Menace, Injun Mickey, Tole King also Fifth claiming, 4-year-olds and UD, furlongs, Merry Muffet (Bllllngsley) 6.50 3.80 2.80, Duchess Nan (Turetsky) i.oo 5.00, Wattnaut (Coombs) 3.70. Time: 1-5. Cinnamon Jim, CrystePChimes, Scu- ba Do, Esprit D'Or also ran. Track Scratch Special Bout EXACTOR: S45.40. Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Little Gypsy (Barroby) 13.70 4.90 2.60, Redirect (Hedge) 3.30 2.50, Wlm- pie Street (Lawson) 3.10. Time: Raider Boy, Ferment, Prereaulslft also ran. Seventh Calgary Fall allowance 2-year-olds, 5 furlongs. Congressman (Morris) 10.40 3.M 2.80, Moonlight Shadow (Barroby) 2.80 2.40, Resequus (Hedge) 2.70. Time: Table For Tony, Dreamln Dearnon, Bonnie Briar Magic, B. Kool Turk. Haydns Smoke also ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds, 1 H6 Tivoll Belle (Kipling) 5.30 2.80, Wellington Lad (Colangelo) 7.60 6.10, Jumping. Giant (Coombs) 4.70. Time: 1-5. Pour Me Another, El FHIsteo, Astra Prince, Now Its Reality, Western Roc- ket also ran. QUINELLA: JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGS For Estimates JACK FULLER 328-2515 For Summer Vacation Fun Take a Look at This 1968 WINNEBA60 MOTORHOME 19' Ford chassis 3 speed automatic Marine toilet and holding tank Heater with thermostat Wall to wall carp.Tins Compressor Double stainltsi ttttl sinks Water pressure system Refrigerator gas-elettrie Radio and rear speaker 300 cu. In, Stove and oven with power Hood Heater with thermostat Battery charger Hot water shower Sliding windows with screens 0 large chrome slcle mirrors Two bunks Spare tire end wheel Sleeps six Only 7000 Miles on This Unit VACATION SPECIAL_____ Trades Accepted Finance Arranged! SEE THIS UNIT ON DISPLAY NOW AT TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE LOCATED AT GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES 327-3165 "YOUR SKYLARK TRAILER AND TOYOTA CAR CENTRE" I ;