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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Friday, March 22, Helps Toronto club move into second place Dillon comes up with four for Toros By The CANADIAN PRESS When Toronto Toros opened their 1973-74 World Hockey Association campaign, they considered Wayne Dillon to be a future superstar Dillon, who graduated from Toronto Marlboro juniors and is the only active high school student playing professional hockey, hasn't cracked the top ten in the individual scoring race, but Thursday night he scored four goals to lead his team to a 6-3 victory over Houston Aeros. Those four goals may be the most important ones of the season for the Toros in their battle to retain a playoff position in the WHA. Dillon's fourth goal was his 27th of the season and he has 32 assists for a respectable total of 59 points. The Toros, who have been performing inconsistently recently, took sole possession of second place in the East Division. Although the race is still close, the victory gave them breathing room as Chicago Cougars tied 5-5 with Vancouver Blazers and Quebec Nordiques also played a 5-5 tie with Edmonton Oileis. The Nordiques are tied with Cleveland Crusaders for third place in the East, two points behind the Toros. Chicago is in fifth place four points behind the Toros Veteran goalie Les Binkley injured his left knee in the third period and had to be helped from the ice, tempering the Toros' triumph before fans in Ottawa. Houston's Gordie Howe as- Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Tilly Roberts 277 Lydia Geworsky 2fi7 Heather Kennedy 253, Cheryl Fleming 258, Connie Baceda 270, Mert Qually 278, Diane Decaire 263 (708) Gail Madngga 284, Barb Thompson 270 Vi Howell 282 (718) Verna Volden 268 (667) Shirley Hertlem 291 MARTINIZING Liz Robertson 272 Frieda Boulton 258 Carolyn Wilde 262 Angele Morrison 260 Lorraine Kirchner 294 (710) Lynn Baker 258 Kay Castles 258 Linda Renshaw 279, Linda Vrabel 253, Mary Mihaiik 256, Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It s simple how one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in own home Use this home recipe dietary plan It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little Just go to drug store and ask for Naran Reducing Plan Pour liquid into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle Take two tablespoonsful twice a dav as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan .If first purchase does not show vou a simple easy way to lose bulky fat and help regain slender more graceful curves if reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don t disappear from neck chin arms hips abdomen, calves and ankles just return the empty carton for your money back Follow this easy wa> endorsed by manj who have tried this plan to help bring back alluring curves and graceful slenderness Note how quickly bloat disappears, how much better you feel More alive youthful appearing and active ADVT Mary Ann Henniger 247. Isabelle Bergman 246 GREEN'S SHOES Eleanor Dongattl 296 Phyl Harrison 275 Hilda Tinordi 277, Jean Christie 276 Linda Malcomson 382 Jean Koskoski 291 Earl Johnson 300, Bill Gorcitza 323 Hugh Christie 323 Lovro Novak 302 Lew Mills 312 Bert Mezei 320 (814) EAGLES LODGE George Matched 242, Nick Lastuka 243, Gary Ward 237, Joe Gillett 259, Cyril Barnett 227, Andy Krajewski 253 Sadie McCarthy 218, Ev Hunt 225, Shirley Anderson 230, Mary Ward 207 HENRY HOMES Jerry Hakze 256, Larry Langager 288, Tom Snow 271, Jean Passey 251. Ken Malcomson 246, Barry Tollestrup 245. Jim More 254 Keith Seibert 250, Dennis Huber 279, Myra Malcomson 221, Doreen Stotyn 220 Ev More 227 LETHBRIDGE BANKERS Gerry Mann 261 Sharla Winters 240. Bob Harris 238, Gordon Deibert 258 Donna Umeris 242, Hardy Umeris 252 Dennis Hanzel 250 Jean Dragland 235, Ina Harris 227 JCCA Marty Shigehiro 281 (780) Mike Tobo 283 Marj Fujita 360 Tom Hirashima 293 Wimp Nakamura 328 (722) Sumi Medoruma 244 Betty Tomiyama 238, Masa Goshmmon 297 Nao Tamayose 293 (782) Roy Senda 286 (711) COMMUNITY COLLEGE W B Blam 223. Mary Lou Jobe 290 Beryl Rempel 202, Murray Sanders 242, Monte Swanson 200, Helen Weets 235, Andy Krajewski 239 HOLIDAY BOWL COMMERCIAL MENS Kent Leishman 298 Murray Westlmg 313 Ken Larson 297, Dan Santoni 304 Bill Braun 328 (728) Sam Girardi 348 Bias Sawilla 293 Tmo luvale 328 (773) Ken Kurtz 304 Kim Kovacs 313 Keith Robin 290, Bill Harrison 337, Bob Spitzek 318 (740) Roy Cunningham 329 (775) AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Karlyn SpiUer 226, Frank Donato 226 Charlene legge 249, Phil Legge 284, Helen Higa 267, Tom Smart 230, Debbie Barton 216, Debbie Bareham 222 DAIRY QUEEN LADIES Bernice Hay 246, Gailya Pedersen 224 Marge McLaughlin 222, Marge Fleming 235, Bodil Johansen 252, Erma McGuire 236, Mary Morris 206, Kay Strome 207, Dinnie Tureotte 216 SIMPSONS SEARS Ed Rossetti 239, Helen Rossetti 239, Allan Bird 246, Joan Graham 235. Loretta Karbomk 225. Betty Dawson 221, Jean May 200, Bernice Hartley 216, Jim Rapuano 218 BENDIX Dave Nelson 272 Bill Royle 260, Garth Barr 258, Galen Harris 226, Dave Hewitt 253, Leo Macht 227, George Rogers 229, Brenda Duce ALCON Eva Link 320 Tom Fix 227, Ben Thiessen 258, Joe Brugos 245, Elias Sawilla 308 Rollie Jalbert Brent Chambers 267 Jack Tremblay 271, Dave Miller 279 sisted on one goal for his 100th point of the season, but he was the victim of an old injury to his left foot and he did not play in the third period. Toronto coach Billy Harris said after the game that the injury to Binkley looked bad but the extent of damage wouldn't be known until today "It's an old injury and he got rammed hard on the knee again tonight Harris said his team capitalized on mistakes by Houston "They weren't sharp. We got a lot of goals from their mistakes Bill Dineen, Houston coach, said his team was "sluggish and tired from the heavy road trip Howe said that he was dis- appointed in not being able to finish the game, but he said his foot just hurt too much and that he needed time for it to heal Edmonton 5 at Quebec 5 Pierre Guite's second goal of the 13th of the less than three minutes remaining lifted the Nordiques into a deadlock with the Oilers. Chris Worthy was brilliant in the Edmonton nets blocking 52 shots by the Quebec team. Vancouver 5 at Chicago 5 The Blazers rallied in the third period on goals by Don Burgess and Don O'Donoghue to tie the Cougars. The Cougars missed several opportunities to score in overtime, after twice blowing two-goal leads in regulation time. We're looking after the gas you need. 4. Because natural gas has no noticeable odour, we deliberately V add one in order to detect leaks. All these operations take about eleven cents from that dollar we mentioned. don't see them here, but there are hundreds of other items that we use to look after your natural gas; trucks, trenching units, tractors, meters, valves... equipment of all sorts. Besides these we pay property, franchise and income taxes, and a reasonable dividend to our shareholders. All these payments that a company must make in order to run smoothly take around thirty-one cents out of that same ll V dollar. .Natural gas in the ground isn't quite as pure as the gas we deliver to your home So along the way we pay to have it scrubbed clean of impurities and examined to make that it's top quality. f S.A lot of people are concerned in looking after your gas, the employees you see and hundreds more you don't see. from" servicemen and technicians to engineers and bookkeepers. Our payroll takes about fifteen cents out of that well divided dollar. T Again we bring the pressure down to a safe level of 4 ounces per square inch for your home usage. now we've had to spend over ninety seven cents out of every dollar we've earned in serving you. The pennies left over? Most of them are invested back into the company and used to finance new developments. 1. It all starts here at the well- head in the gas field. The cost of obtaining natural gas for you takes around forty cents out of every dollar that you pay us. Once we've obtained the gas, we move it through the thousands of of pipeline that we've built in Alberta. 3.The Regulating Stations Our electronic systems help us to control the amount of natural gas pawing through the pipelines. The pressure is reduced from 600 or more pounds per square inch to about 15 pounds per square inch, a safe and dependable pressure for distribution throughout your community. KXYour natural gas is now where it should be, aafely heating your home and yow water.. -and cooking yuur hauilnu geia cr fneatlMtlls or stew or chicken or ilmpv or..... filThe meter reads off the amount of gas you're consuming. canaoian ujesrern naruraL oas ISaturdaj SUPER SAVERS Merchandise on Sale Friday 6 to 9 p.m. and all day Saturday March a.m. to 6 p.m. Limited quantities. REMNANTS Wide variety of fabrics 2O% PRINTED COTTON 45" wide, washable YARD 1" COTTON KNITS 60" wide, washable YARD BURNATTI LINEN 45" wide YARD Infant's SQUALL JACKET Size 18-24 months EACH 988 FURNITURE THROWS COTTON JEANS Children's sizes 2-6x PAIR All sizes, assorted colors and patterns 2O% OFF TIMEX WATCHES Men's discontinued models EACH MEN'S PANTS Assorted dress and casuals OFF MEN'S SUITS Sizes 36-46 EACH Girls' and Boys' HI RISE BIKES Bananaseat Roll and Rack GARBAGE DISPENSER One garbage roll included COMPLETE Zetco, Tinted White or White GALLON 4 66 INTERIOR PAINT o, Tinted GAL Q44 Rock Port TUMBLERS Assorted sizes 40 PIECE SET 8 88 3 Piece Sectional CHESTERFIELD SUITE Crushed velvet, red or green Bradford CASSETTE 2 only AM'FM radio Bradford RADIO with 8-TRACK Electrophonic STEREO radio ONE ONLY Bradford STEREO With 8-track. radio radio ONE ONLY Youth CANVAS RUNNERS Low cui. sires 11.12.13 PAIR 3 Zellers County Fair ia ZMtors Sfctsyiij CaMft M Wiitr Bjank Iritt. 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