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: 29

Search All United States newspapers

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

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta FOR CONSIDERABLE SAVINGS (bout the ipecltl low weekend firot to Vancouver and Victoria. Also Special 8 to 30 day excursion tares. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Your OHIclal Ctfllra 321-32111 Third Section The lethbridge Herald Lethbrldge, Alberta, Saturday, March 1, 1975 LCTHIMDOE Of FlCt FURNITURE LTD. Phone (403) 1M-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Pages 21-32 WCHL summaries BRONCOS' JERRY BANCKS SCORES ON A POWER-PLAY EFFORT COLIN SHAW pholo Broncos weren't lucky enough to get a tie By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor If prosperity were terminal, the Lethbridge Broncos just might be in need of pallbearers. It happened again Friday night as the locals couldn't stand to make do with two, two goal leads as they bowed 6-5 to the visiting Kamloops Chiefs before fans at the Sportsplex. Tuesday evening the Broncos let 3-0 and 4-2 leads slip away from them but at least they managed a 4-4 tie with Medicine Hat. Such was not their luck Friday as Chiefs' Terry MacDonald fired a long shot past Rollie Boutin with just 23 seconds left in the game for the Kamloops victory. Fate has a strange way of doing things. By almost the iden- tical pattern the Broncos rallied to defeat the Chiefs in Kamloops two weeks ago. But that is what they call water un- der the bridge. Friday's loss, while not disastrous, did hurt the Broncos in their bid to remain in second place in the eastern division of the league. Heading into Friday's game the locals led Brandon Wheat Kings by a mere point but had two games in hand. They now have one game in hand and still only a one point lead. Broncos are behind the proverbial eight ball as they .prepare to host Edmonton Oil Kings Sunday evening at seven It is almost a must game for the Broncos in their bid to stay in se- cond place ahead of the Wheat Kings and the charging Regina Pats, Bronco coach Earl Ingarfield was unavailable for comment as he kept his club in uniform well after the game was over. His club have been just too generous to suit him of late and he wants to know why. As it was the Broncos took a 2-1 lead into the dressing room at the end of the first period on goals by Greg Woods and Jerry Bancks. Woods scored while both clubs were a man short while Bancks' goal was a power play effort. Brad Gassoff, with his first of two, kept the Chiefs close with a goal at the midway mark of the first 20 minutes. Bryan Trottier, who took over the lead in the WCHL in- dividual scoring race with two goals and an assist, scored just 16 seconds Into the second period on a power play set up by Bancks and Darcy Regier. But Gassoff and Chris Dyer, just 39 seconds apart, evened things up for the Chiefs. Trottier, set up by Bancks alter Bancks had shifted past MacDonald and fired a shot netminder Earp stopped but couldn't contain the rebound which Trottier tired in. Woods and Alec Tidey bottled the Chiefs up and Terry Bucyk made it pay off as he let the air out of a shot Earp didn't lay a hand on. It was 5-3 but MacDonald, after being the goat on Trottier's second goal, had yet to be heard from. Broncos were pressing to make their lead 6-3 but got caught up ice and MacDonald finished off a three way play to narrow .the Bronco lead to 5-4 Don Moores tied the game at 5-5 at the mark as Kamloops persistency paid off. Moores' marker set the stage for MacDonald's winner. MacDonald picked up an errant Bronco pass and took two DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. DOUG BOYER Sales Representative Continues to Serve Southern 308 9th St. S. Phono 328-1228 ottman INTERNATIONAL U.S. and Canada COAST TO COAST TRANSMISSION PREVENT TRANSMISSION TROUBLE with a Guarantpp Aqninst Merhamral Failure TOT 6 Months or Milr bad Tf II e DIM t Mil FM RMKXI Viiual iMfi 1 LMifi Cm Gilklt e CtoM Sofia CMidilMH CMAKGKX Includes NEW FLUID 329-3242 13113th ttreel North Lennon, triumph TABER (Staff) a nine-end game. Anton Tarnava, second on 10 ends but was an Lawrence Lennon 7-3 winner over Fox knew it had to Fox had taken a 2-0 sooner or later. Of after two ends. In the the draw saw to game of the first Tarnava, at the start Johnson took just the Seagram's ends to oust Savill 7-3. mixed scored first playdowns, said that Rowland in the rink to beat would be end. The two skips Anton's St. Albert the second but Lennon, of stole three on the and Les Rowland end and were never Calgary represent Rowland scored Southern Alberta in the fifth and Association while ends. and Doug Johnson weren't as easy seeking the honors for the Lennon foursome in Northern evening draw as Savill association. The them an extra end two rinks in the bowing 7-6. Anton robin affair .are open a tight game Savill of High Prairie Johnson with two Jim Fox of Fairview, the ninth and another of the Peace in the 10th after had taken a 5-4 "We have after eight ends. Rowland before in got back into Southern Alberta finals with a 5-2 Calgary and we think over Fox in the can beat said nava. "It's Anton we are worried was to meet Fox Tarnava's worries Savill took on Rowland under way this afternoon the other games this sitcmoon. as Anton met foursome in a battle of is a draw this beatens after with the fifth opening slated for Sun- Lennon made good morning. If needed a word in the opening game is slated for as he got past Rowland Sunday afternoon. steps inside the blueline and fired beating Boutin as the Bronco netminder was going down. The third period was interrupted by three tights at the mark. Gary Wagner took the measure of Chiefs' Barry Melrose while Don Johnson kayoed Dyer. Les Crozier of the Broncos got the best of Kelly Ferner and then Chiefs' Dave Hathaway pick- ed up a game misconduct for entering the Crozier Hathaway fight. But as is so often the case, the Broncos won the battles but lost the Neither Earp nor Boutin were tested that severely. Earp faced 27 shots while Boutin was in front of 22. In the other games Friday night, New Westminster Bruins defeated Flin Flon Bombers 8-3 at home while Regina Pats edg- ed Saskatoon Blades 4-3 in Regina. LOOSE PUCKS Coach Ingarfield of the Broncos and Harvey Roy maintained a cool bench when things got out of hand in the third period No players left the bench as all 10 players on the ice dropped their sticks and gloves. The three stars Friday were Gassoff, Trottier and Wagner KAMLOOPS 6 BRONCOS 5 Firil P.rlod: 1. Lethbrldge, Woods (Tldey) 2. Kamloops. Gaaaoff (Lyseng, feme'} KM; 3. Lelhbridge, Bancks (Troltler) Penalties Young K Zinger K Regier L Robinson K Galllmore. K Wagner L 17'18. Lyseng K Stcond Period: 4. Lelhbridge. Trotlier (Regiar, Bancks) :16; 5. KamloopB, Gnssoll (MacDonald, Lyseng) 6. Kamloops. Dyer (Young. Morln) Penalties Delorme L Smith L Lyseng K Third Ptriod: 7. Lelhbrldge. Trotlier (Delorme) Bancks) 8. Lethbridge. Bucyk (Tldey. Woods) 7: 00; 9. Kamloops, WacDonald (D. Ferner, Young) 10. Kamloops. Moores (Kerr. Gassoll) 11. Kamloops, MacDonald (Kerr) Penalties Melrose (K) major, minor; K. Ferner (K) major, misconduct; Dyer (K) misconduct; Hathaway (K) game misconduct; Wagner (L) ma- jor; Crozier (L) major, misconduct; Johnson (L) major, misconduct; Robinson, (K) Sholt on goal by Kamloops I 9 Lethbridge 6 8 Goal Earp, Kamloops; Boutin. Lethbridge. Attendance RtflstirnowfortlN Lithbrldti and District Ski Qib SKIBUSTOKIMBERLEY MARCH and Included in the peckege ere: Lift tickets for Saturday (day and night) and Sunday Breakfast Saturday and Sunday, Dinner on Saturday Accommodation In Klmberley Cabaret Saturday Night Bus Fare RNOTEft AT THE BOTSCHNA SKI HAW King rink in final TORONTO (CP) Robb King's Edmonton rink earned an automatic berth in the world junior curling cham- pionship final today by com- pleting the round-robin com- petition Friday with an 8-0 wort-lost record. The Canadian rink defeated Sweden's Jan Ulisten 8-4 in the ninth round Friday night, leaving the Swedes in second place where they qualified for the semi-final playoff today against Scotland. Sweden finished the round robin with a 6-2 record while Scotland, Norway and the United States were 5-3. In other final-round games, the U.S. rink skipped by Steve Pcncncello defeated Rene Greisser's Swiss rink 10-5, Peter Wilson of Scotland defeated Claude Viege of France 10-8 and Morten Sorum of Norway beat Ger- many's Hans KeiseL In the eighth round, King's foursome beat France 12-5, Sweden beat Germany 10-3, the U.S. topped Massimo Alvera of Italy 12-2 and Norway edged Switzerland 5- 3. Canada beat Scotland 6-3 in the morning seventh round, while Sweden topped Norway 0-2, France whipped Italy 12-4 and the U.S! defeated Ger- many 15-7. BOYS'S films' Skate Exchange Come Down end Swap Your Old On Another Used Pair APPROX. EXCHANGE Special Clearance Sherbrooke Glaet Wrapped Curved HOCKEY STICKS 25% OFF Attention HockiyPltyottTMM Still a good selection of hockey sticks such is: Canadian, Christian Brothers, Vtetorlavllle, Wester, C.C.M., Sherwood, Cooper. BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. lia-3rdAw.S. Phone 127-9221 REOINA 4 SASKATOON 3 Flnl Pfrlod: 1. fleglna, Cumba (Harezny) 2. Roglna, Faulkner (Harazny) 3. Saakatoon, B. Chapman (Williams, R. Chapman) Penalties D. Chapman S Geortz S (minor, Hollmeyer S (game Tudor R (major) 6112, Faulkner R Williams S Sacond Parlod: 4. Saakatoon. B. Chapman (Valade. Williams) 5. Regina, Calender (G. Minor) 6. Regina. Callander (Tudor. Faulkner) Penalties Geortz S Geortz S (minor, Third Parlod: 7. Saskatoon, D. Chapman Shots on goal by Saskatoon B 11 Regina 13 15 Goal Oleschuk, Saskatoon; Staniowskl. Regina. Attendance NEW WEST B FLIN FLON 3 Flrat Pirlod: Flln Flon, Dorman (Kuntz. Williams) 2. New West- minster. Pachal (Schamehorn, Mclielce) 3. New Westminster, Loflhouse (Maxwell) 4. Flln Flon, .B. Davidson 5. Now West- minster, LoHhouse (Shlnake) Penalties Belllngall FF Shlnske NW Schamehorn NW Stcond Period: 6 New West- minster, Secord (Loflhouse, Shlnske) 7. Flln Flon, B. Davidson (Williams, Kuntz) Penalties Balllngall F Schamehorn NW (minor, Beck NW (minor) Lollhouse NW McDIII F Third Period: S. New Westminster, Borry (Beck) 9. New West- minster, Lollhouse (Berry, Maxwell) 10 New Westminster. Shinske 11. New Westminster. Berry (PhllllpoH, McNiece) Penalties Pachal NW Hochstetler NW Shell on goal by Flin Flon 9 15 New West 14 16 Goal Flln Flon, Swanson; New Westminster, Laxton. Attendance LETHINME MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION HOCKEY PLAYOFFS BANTAM of 2 Games Total Playdowna i Labor Club Pincher Creek Sat., March lit p.m. HENDERSON ICE CENTRE BANTAM Game'of 2 Gamea Total Goala Provincial Playdowna Medicine Hat va Lain. ACT Bantam Reps Sat., Mar. 1 p.m. ADAMS ICE CENTRE MIDGET ol 2 Garnet Total Goalt Provincial Playdowna Medicine Hat va Lethbridge Midget Elka Sunday, Mar. p.m. HENDERSON ICE CENTRE________ MIDGET of 2 Qamea Total Goals Provincial Playdowna Plnchar Creek va Lathbridge Midget Coin Sunday, Mar. p.m. HENDERSON ICE CENTRE Sears 12 POINT TUNE UP SPECIAL ONE WEEK ONLY complete Engine Tune Up to help ensure peak performance and cold weather starting. LABOUR SPECIAL 6cyl. Reg. 15.98 8cyl. Reg. 22.98 11" 16 ALL PARTS EXTRA 1. Service test battery, clean battery cables, lest starter. 2. Test cylinder balance compression (actors. 3. Check and replace spark plugs as needed 4. Replace Ignition points and condenser scope check engine electrical system. 5. Service manifold heat control valve. I. Replace fuel (liter element if needed test tuel pump operation. 7. Service P. C. V. system. 8. Check spark plug wires, Ignition coll, distributor cap rotor. 9. Test generator or alternators regulator. Re- place .drive belts K needed. 10. Teat carburetor choke tystem. 11. Service air filter, replace If needed, adjust car- buretor, A idla speed linkage. 12. Road test. SERVICE STATION HOURS: CMn MM M t p.m. M An. ml IMh II. N, ;