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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta IBt IHHMtlDCt HERAID Monday, NovemW 1, Weekend summaries Tiny beetles serious board of grain chief SUNDAY PHILADELPHIA J BUFFALO 1 First Period 1, Buffalo, Pccreaylf 1 (Atkinson, KeendnS J. Watson NoleS Hels- fctisi Second Period 1- Philadelphia, Jubnson 1 r.V. M I II "id n, .Morrison) te 39. Penalties J. Watson Clarke Atkinson U-J8f J- Period :t- Philadelphia, W. MiMrmm 2 IClftrkc. Kelly) i, Phil- fldsfchla, Kelly I (Clarke) Penal- lies Bern Shots on Buffalo Philadelphi sjoa! DETROIT 3 PITTSBURGH 3 Firsf Period I- Dairoit, Howe 7 iMahovlich, PelvBccMo) Penal- ties Watson. Howe, S3fher Rolfe 13M6, Second Period 7. Pitisburgh, Pro- novosJ 3 (McCaftum) 3. Detroit, Luce iWebsier, WacGregorS J, Detroit, Urtaer (Connelly, Webster) I5M4. Penalties Wiitson V.S1, Third i. -Pi.Msburgh, Schin- kei i> (Balhgaie, Prentice) 6. Piffsbu.''gh, PronovDst (Morrison! Penalties, Had Howe SATURDAY MONTREAL M BUFFALO 2 First'period t. Buffalo, Perrcautr 5 iKeenan, Talbot) 1. Monfreat, Tariilf 3. Montreal, Houle 1 (Plcau) Penalties Bellveau 6-35 Fleming toderson 18; 36. Perroauit f> (Fleming, Hamilton) 5. Monl- reui, Mahevilch 6 (Huck. Hauls) 6 Montreal, Lapofnlo -i (TfCRibiay, Bel- ivcoii) Moniresl, Tardlf 2 (U- poinlc) Montreal, La pol n 1 e 5 (Lemalre) Morttreal, temaire 3 (Larese, Tremblay> 15. Mont- Redmond 5 (Charron, Lcmalre) IMS- n Montreal, Vluck 1 tlrem- biay, Houte) Penalties Tal- bot WamMon, TerdH Flem- i "ihird period Montreal, Char- iron (Redmond, Seilvsau} 13. Montreal Houle 3 f Savaf d. Hucfc) Penalties Fleming Wai- son Tardlf 13M7, Meehan Shofs on goal by Buffalo 8 Montreal 5? VANCOUVER 3 TORONTO 2 First poriwJ 1. Toronto. Harrison i Trofller) 1. Vancou- ver, Kurtenbach 5 (Tallon, Culled) i by i 3 4 (Ma Defrott BOSTON 6 MONTREAL 1 First Period l. Boston, Bucyk (Orr McKenJie) 2. Boston, 'West- fall J (Eipisilo, Orr) 3. Montreal, Redmond 6 (Mahovlich, 4, Boston, Hodge 5 {Esposito, Ca'shman) Penaiiies R. Smith Sanderson double minor, 5avard McKsniie Orr Awrey Uarose. Hodqe D. Smilh, Lapoinle, tsrcse, Har- per, Hodge. Awrey, Cashman, majors Second Period i. Boston, D. Smith i sststiHelci, BucytO Third Period i. Boston, Esposito a (Hedge, OrrS Boston, San- derson 2 (WesHali, Marcotte) Pen- allies Myre, Coliihs, miscnndusts Awrey R. Smith La- posnte 13MQ, Sanderson Shofs on goa! by Monlrea! Bostos....... 13 II CHICAGO 3 MiNHESOTA 3 First Period Chicago, Mikita 7 Usrrstt) 10-.31. Penalty Harris 1 Second Period 1. Minnesota, Grani tOrouin Rousseaui X Minne- sota, Oliver Chicago, R. Hull 5 5. Chicago, Malone 4 (Martin- Jarrett) Pen- alty Third Period Grant (Rousswu Reid) Penalty McKerhnie Shots en goaf Minnesota......... J Chicago........- Mac i says WINNIPEG (CP) The board of grain commissioners has scheduled n meeting here next week to draw up a plan of attack against a plague of rusty grain beetles infesting western Canadian grain. Frank Hamilton, chief com- missioner of the board, said in ;m interview Canada has al- r e a d y received complaints about excessive numbers of the beetles arriving in grain ship- mnets mainly wheat from countries such as Poland. Rus- sia and China. The situation, he said, is "damned serious, but it has not yet reached crisis proportions." Us said the board lias al- ready closed several country elevators infested with the beet- les, which measure only about one-sixteenth of an inch long. Fumigating to control the creatures has already been Second period Vancouver Tal- ft 3, Penalties Dorey, Quinn majors DoaK, Miltsfi minors, majors, Palement, Mcn- ahan majors Sefwood Thlrd peritxl S. Vancouver, Hall S (Kurfenbach, MaXTi Tal Ion Shots on goal by Toronto ,.....IS 7 started at Thunder Bay termin- als, while beetle infested bos- cars are being directed to Tito Lakeltead rather than Vancou- ver, where there are no such facilities, lie said. Mr, Hamilton said the sched- uled meeting will altenipt to en- thing, and haven't always been to particular about what was delivered." Mr. Hamilton said the prob- lem goes back to 1863, when a lot of damp grain an excel- lent breeding ground for the msty beetle was delivered 1st the sitpport oE agriculturiil to elevators across the prairies, representatives in the llirec Lower grade gi'aias arc the prairie provinces in a campaign predominant carries, with high- to cliniinalo Hie pest at the larm level. "Grain companies have been bearing the brunt of fumigating ex p e n s e s, running into thousands of dollars, and the I board wants to place the re- sponsibility where il belongs." He said grain elevators will refuse to accept delivery from farmers bringing in grain in- fested with the beetle. "Farmers have always as- sumed elevators would be will- ing to take delivery of any- Made grains virtually free of the pesls. The beetles live off the grain, and it cannot be mill- ed until they are removed. He said, however, that since the bugs reproduce mainly in warm, moist conditions, winter may be the answer to much of the problem. Recreation volunteers required BLA1RMORE SCNP Bureau) Cnnvsnest Pass Kccrca- Uon office is sacking volunteers to assist with a number of rec- reation programs planned for tile season. Needed are instructors to teach boxing for boys in ago groups of 6-3, 10-12, 13-M and 15-111. Teachers for neecllecraft, knitting, embroidery work and crochet arc needed, and also or- g a n i z e r s for gym activity classes, creative crafl classes to include leather work, clay moul- ding and other crafts. Persons adept in any ol the above and who wish tb volun- teer their services should con- tact the recreation office at 502- 2633, Blab-more. Federation pledges opposition to B.C. labor legislation I.Q. of 145 and Can't Converse? A noted publisher in Chicago reoorfs a simple technique of everyday tonversaiion which can pay you real dividends in social and business advance- ment and worki like magic to you poise, ieif-eonfidence and greater popularity. According la this publisher, many people do not realize how much they could influence simply by what they say and how Shey say H. Whether in business, at sociol functions, or even In casual conversations With new acquniniances there are ways to make a good im- pression every lime you talk. To aequain't the readers af this paper with the easy-to-fal- low rules for developing skill in everyday conversation, the publishers have printed lull de- foils of their interesting self- training method in a new book- let, "Adventures in Conversa- which will be mailed free to anyone who requests it. Na obligation- Send your name, address, and zip code lo: Con- versation, 835 Diversey Pkwy., Dtpt. Chicago, Ml. 6G6U. A postcard do. MINNESOTA 1 ST. LOUIS 1 First period 1. 5t, Louis, Bereiiscn, 7, PenaHies Barrett Gibbs Barclay Plager McDonald O'Shcs Second parind 2. Minrujsots Burns 5 10'Shea, Harvey) Penalty O'Shea Third pericd No scoring. Psnal- ties Crisp bench Shots on gcal by Mrnm-ssta ...........7 IS SI, touts..........1 6 BOSTON 1 PITTSBURGH period I. Pittsburgh. Seine 1 (Watson, Fonfeyne) Orr Polls Second pericd 2. Pittsburgh, Polls (Wafson, Schcck) 3. Bcston, Bucyk 3 {MtKenzie, StantieltJ) Penalties None. TWrrf perled A. Boston, Kodae 4 (R, Smith) Penalties Rupp pqh Awiey, proaovost msiors. Shdr, ort goal by Boston I 8 16 PlUsburgh 11 '3 1 CHICAGO 1 PHiUADEtPHJA 1 tics Peter Magr.usKi d period 1. Philadelphia, Gencirci: 'Lacroix) 1 Chicago, Koroil i (MHOta, White} Penal- ties Hefskals White Third pericd flo scaring. Pennl-. ties Heiskala minor, misconduct Shots on go Chicago Philadelphia l by NSW YORK i LOS AHGELE5 2 period 1. Mew York, Ratelie 5 (Hadlield, Sllfaert) 2. Las An- geles, Berry 4 (Widingl 3. Hew York, Sailing 2 ERatslic, Gilbsri) Penalties Wtdtag 7U7; Netlsott Second Period 4. New YorK, Ra- 6 5. Lss Angeles, Flett 2 (Shack, Lonsfcerry) New York, Park 2 (Tfcaauk, Hgers) Pen- alties Tkaczuk Pulford Third period 7 York, Irvine 2 (Brown) E. Hsw York, Nevln 1 (Selling, Neifson) Pulford Shots on goal by Mew YerU..........15 Los Angeles...... ...10 13