Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, May 3, 1973 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAIP 35 Claresholm Sabres Showing great hockey promise are these Claresholm Sabres players, from left, Dale deWit, top scorer, Gra- ham Welbourn, most valuable, and Bert Cole, most im- proved. Top pee wee hockey players Top Claresholm pee wee hockey players are, from left, Dean Rhodes, most im- proved. Glen Trotter, most valuable, and David Thompson, leading scorer. Coach Alf Dunlop is right 'behind his players. Bill Young-s Bobcats Claresholm hockey coach Bill Young presents his Bobcats with certificates of achievement. From left, Calvin Lamb, most valuable, Kirrie Peering, most improved and Glen Van Ry, leading scorer. ___________________________ Blainnorc, Pincher pension sessions The manager of the BLAIRMORE: Federal j Mr. LaPlace answer bridge district office cf the Building May 3, 10 a.m. to queries on the Canada Pension Canada Pension Plan, J. C.; p.m. (Fern) Bouchard, says Louis j PIXCHER CREEK: Town LoPlace will be in attendance I Hall May 3. 9 a.m. to 12 Plan, the old age security and the guaranteed income supple- at: noon. ment. ACT cable buried by crews at Carmaiigay CARMANGAY (HNS'' Al-; working in the district install-1 installed and hooked up to the berta Government Telephone j w buried cable. _ I buried cable in May, 1974. crews and equipment have been' The new telephones will bs ether with an save 30% If there are faces back home that you'd like to see again, now's the time to take an 8-30 day trip with our "Explore Canada You'll save 30% on your return economy air See your travel agent or Air Canada and ask for further details. Then come see what you've been missing! AIR CAN EXPLORE CANADA FARES make it easier to get aroundCanada Oct. J-May 31, excluding 5-9 p.m. an both and Sim. and certain holiday periods. 1 f V Q> G Dream-like gardens at realistic low prices start at Simpsons-Sears 7 f A gardenshop.