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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Friday, May 1, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE KIRALD Penguins Go Down Fighting Third Finals For St. Louis PITTSBURGH (CP) Si Salomon III isn't ready to pr diet ho well his St. Louis Blue will lare against Boston Bruin in the Stanley Cup final. "I'm just happy we're in tfo final for the third sa Salomon, Blues' executive vie president, after his lean downed Pittsburgh Penguins 4 Thursday night to win the N tional Hockey League's best-o seven West Division final 4-2. "Anyway, I don't like to mak such predictions. I'll just best-of-seven series. Fourth game will be here Sa urday night, with Terriers hop- ing to repeat the performani which won them the eastern iiial after trailing 2-0 in games to Victoriaville, Que., Tigers. Two former team-mates he Canadian National squat Grant Moore and Cprby Adams scored two goals each for Ter riers before a crowd of ilggest in Jets' seven years. Osborne scored the other Orilli goal. Spokane captain Tom Hodges and pickup Ron Huston of Cran- >rook .Royals of the Western In ernational League scored fo he winners. The clubs tied 1-1 in the firs firiod, on goals by Hodges aflc borfhandel, and 2-2 in the sec ond on goak hv Moore and Hus ton. In the third, Adams shook of Spokane's Ken Gustafson and Speed Limit Raised INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP) 3hSef steward Harlan Fengle ooked over the repaved Indian polis Motor Speedway Thurs ay and immediately upped the peed limit for Friday's opening practice session from 155 to 16( miles an hour. Preliminaries to the 54th 500- mile race May 30 will begin rithout fanfare. The speed limit will not apply an outstanding crop of new jrners who will have to take be traditional speedway driv ers' test. They'll be required to un 25 miles at 140 m.p.h., 25 at 5, 25 at 150 and 25 at what peedway officials consider rac- g speeds in the 155-160 bracket. Win up to WITH EXPORT CIGARETTE TOBACCO To win you must qualify under tales tppearing on GIRLS CAN slipped the winning goal past Jets goalie Eetli Martin at Moore deflected a pass into the net seven minutes later. Jels later flubbed a clearing attempt. Osborne faked Martin (p the ice, took the puck which team-mate Moe Galand had sto- len and lifted the shot over Mar- tin's pads to end the scoring. Another steal had given Adams his first goal. Dave Ni- cholishen, killing a penalty, snared the puck from Hodges and Adams deflected it into the goal. That ended Martin's string of 109 shutout minutes against Terriers. Fifth game will be here Sun- day. Other games, if necessary, will be here next Tuesday and Wednesday. 14TH ANNUAL convention of the British Colum- bia Wildlife Federation will be held at Trail, B.C. May 20 to 23. Convention theme will be "Wildlife and and it will feature a panel with representatives from Kaiser Resources, Cominco and Northwood Pulpwood. Keynote speaker for the convention will be Dr. D. H. Pimlott of the department of zoology, University of Toronto. Dr. Pimlott recently completed a study on fisheries and wildlife in Canada for the Canada Science Council. A second panel will discuss Wildlife Management in British Columbia. This will involve Glen Smith, for- merly of Cranbrook, and now chief wildlife biologist for the province and Earl Carlson, a guide and taxi- dermist, who recently circulated a petition on the topic. Geoff Warden Is the executive director of the B.C. Wildlife Federation. He may be contacted at his office at Avenue, Burnaby, B.C. HAVE BEEN some kind of pandemonium! Ten per- sons in Edmonton during the past week went for a shop- ping spree. Members of an anti-pollution group, ihe 10 went around to supermarkets and filled up carts with various types of groceries. Of course, in each there had to be a box of detergent. When it came time to pay, after the cashier bad rung everything through, (he anti-polluters refused to pay unless the detergent in the order was replaced with one that had a lower phosphate content. This could not be readily done, so Hie alleged customer left the store with the. groceries piled on the cashier's counter. The organization to which the group belonged is called (Save Tomorrow, Oppose At Lethbridge, Pollution Control-Southern Alberta and the Lethbridge chapter of the Consumers' Association of Canada is taking action another way. Certain sections of the city were sampled with a detergent known as Arctic Power during the past week. This detergent is said to be high in phosphate content. So the two organizations are asking recipients of the samples to him. them in at any of the A and W drive-ins or file House of Books downtown. The plan is to ship the detergent back to the manufacturer. THE LETHBRIDGE FISH AND GAME Association will open is range to organized.shooting starting this Sunday at xm. The snack bar wiirnot be open for-the first few Sundays. Paul McAdam was, snowed in at the .Jumping Rainbow Ranch at Livingston, Montana, this week he was unable to wing up another truckload of rainbows for Tyrrell's Lake. Two loads have been brought up so far. Next load is now planned for'aext Tuesday. A JOHN DOE FRIEND of ours recently wrote: The Com- missioner, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Ottawa, regarding interpretation of the Criminal Code as it applies to youths 14 to 16 years of age. The reply: "This will acknowledge receipt of your correspondence dated April 1, 1970, with respect to your son possessing a fire- arm pursuant to Section 97 (7) of the Criminal Code. The inter- iretation and responsibility for enforcement of the firearms >rovision of the Criminal Code within the province of Alberta with the department of the attorney-general in your pro- vince. In regard to minors carrying firearms for hunting pur- wses the policy established by attorney-general is as fol- ows: "In Alberta, persons between the ages of 14-16 years, when ley are in possession of a valid hunting licence, do not require C-303. Restrictions under the Game Act will apply." "In view of the foregoing policy it will not be necessary for our son to obtain a permit under Section 97 (7) as long as his unting is restricted to the province of Alberta." BLUFS WINNING GOAL Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Al Smith (29) falls to ice after successfully fending off one Blues shot only to have rebound slipped past him by St. Louis left wing Larry Keenan (18) for winning goal in third period action here Thursday night. In on the action is Psnguins defenseman Jim Morrison The Blues won it 4-3 and advanced to Stanley Cup finals against Boston. Large Entry Set For Derby LOUISVILLE (CP) A field of 18 three-year'-olds without an outstanding favorite has tumee on hand. Also entered were the Ethel D. Jacobs pair of Personality and High Echelon, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gary's Corn The .Cob, Alan M a g e r in a n 's George Lehmann's Dust Mrs. J. S. Dean Jr.'s Holy Land, Charles Engel- hard's Protanto and Her-Jac Stable's Naskra. Joining Fathom as field hors- grouped as one bet- ting Lin-Drake I Farm's Dr. Behrman, Steve Carson's and Irving Apple's Rancho Lejos, Dr. Richard Kuhn's and Walter Rickey's Robin's Bug, the Wolfson Broth- ers' Native Royalty and E.V. Benjamin Hi's and J. M. Jones Jr.'s Action Getter. Bill Shoemaker will take Ter- lago out of the No. 14 post, with My Dad George just inside him under Ray Bi'oussard. Bill Har- tack will send George Lewis out of the No. 1 slot and Angel Cor- dero Jr. will leave No. 18 on Corn Off The Cob. Take a shot at our gun quiz. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, MAY 4 8.30 p.m. CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH ABDULLAH The Butcher v> JERRY CHRISTY LUECK and B. CHRISTY vi HAYES and CANNON Mosca vs Kroffot Marconi vs Belafonte Sharpadze vi Valentine Admitlian S2, SI.50 Box Offic. 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING Saturday afternoon and Monday night on CJIH-TV Channel 7 WE'RE OPEN 24 Hours A Day Everyday! ALL YOU NEED TO UHftlBIGONE INCLUDING: Fishing Live Rait Efc., Etc. Be to Check Our Selection of Stereo Tapes. We have one of the largest dis- plays in Southern Alberta, MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE CORNER 3rd AVENUE AND MAYOR MAORATH DRIVE Licensed Mechanic On Duty from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon., Thur., Frl. Here's a little quiz which will determine how sharp a shooter you really are. 1. The purpose of lubricant on a bullet Is: a. To make the bullet slide into the chamber easily. b. To provide uniform lubrication as bullet moves down the barrel. c. To help keep moisture out. 2. When shooting uphill one should: a. Aim high. b. Lean forward to prevent a fall backward. c. Aim low. 3. Peep or aperture sights are better because: a. The eye naturally centers on a circle. b. You can shoot with both eyes open. c. They're easier to adjust. 4. The three basic types of ammunition are: a. Bullets, pellets, and SB's. b. Small calibre, large calibre and shotshells. c. Rim fire, centre fire, and shot shells. 5. Chokes are used on rifles to: a. Make them fire in cold weather. b. Make the bullet smaller. c. Concentrate the firs. Answers: 1 b, 2c, 3a, 4c, 5-chokes are only used on shotguns. For further information on CIL am- munition write for our Ballistics and Range Table folder. CIL, Box 10, Montreal 101, Quebec. The Imperial 22 Long Rifle, High Velocity Hollow Point. A rapid mushrooming and high shocking power bullet with excellent accuracy and flat trajectory. An effective bullet for pests and small game. Available in the new CIL plastic tray "heads-up" package which protects cartridges from dirt, scuffing and scratching. Sporting Arms Ammunition. HOYT'S DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alto. Phone 327-5767 DO JUST ABOUT EVERY JOB THE BOYS CAN (EXCEPT THE HEAVY MANUAL LABOR, Of COURSEI) IAWN CUTTING PAINT- ING CLEANING CAR WASHING PUMPING GAS LIGHT CONSTRUCTION FLAGMAN'S DUTIES PARTS CIERK ETC, ITC., ETC., AND THEY'RE PRETTIER, TOOI HIRE A KMAIE STUDENT. 327-8535 THE CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE ;