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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, November 12, 1974 Polaroid's new SX-70 is in stock! Buy it now for only 149 95 "The most ads.meed photographic system in the world I ess than 2 seconds alter you take an SX-70 picture, it's developing in sour hand There's nothing to time, nothing to peel, nothing !o thiou aw.iy Minutes later, you're looking at a photograph ol dazzling heautv. I el us how it happens. The SX-70 camera is easy to use. Select a subject focus and press the button. The SX-70 automatically reads the light, sets the shutter speed and lens opening, makes the exposure and ejects the film from the camera. In an instant. You can take close-ups down to 10.4" without any special lens attachments. Or land- scapes, portraits, distant shots to infinity. Or time exposures up to 14 seconds. And the 10-exposure film pack contains its own battery, to power the camera every time you load fresh film. With an SX-70 you can get instant color pictures of dazzling beauty that develop as you watch. Watch it happen. Come in for a free demonstration and see the SX-70 wonders for yourself. Polaroid set out to make the ultimate camera. It had to do a variety of things no other camera in the world could do, instant or otherwise. The result was the revolutionary SX-70 system. SX-70 color pictures develop outside the camera, even in daylight, by themselves. No timing, no peeling, nothing to discard. All you do is watch it happen as often as you can press the button. SX-70 film. SX-70 accessories. Also in stock now... the full line of SX-70 accessories! Each with a special feature adds versatility to this camera. PACK KIT ANDY CAPP DFPAPTMFNT STOPES i V WtWWTO CD lit Collvgi Shopping 7025 Mayor Mondry, Tuwdcjr WcdnMdvjr 9.30 to p.m. Frldvy m to 9'00 p.m 9 00 to 6-00 p m. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES GIUMNnED WHATD'YERSAYI RID OF 'ER, PET -I'LL STAND 'ERUP, EH? REGARD IT f AS A PERSONAL I VICTORY OVER ME -SHE'S BEEN GET NHL has finally attained elusive goal of By THE CANADIAN PRESS The 1974-75 National Hockey League season has produced a number of surprises with young teams suddenly taking the lead away from some of the old established clubs. One of the biggest surprises has been Chicago Black Hawks, pre-season favorites to walk away with the Fourth Division lead, who visit Van- couver Canucks in one of three league games tonight. There was a time not long ago when the Hawks, under the firm hand of coach Billy Reay and with their disciplin- ed style of play in front of all- star goalie Tony Esposito, could have been counted on to beat the Canucks who now are only in their fifth season in the league. The Hawks' inconsistent record so far this season makes them anything but a safe bet tonight. Just two weeks ago, the Hawks had just completed the highest scoring spree of the season, with 19 goals in two games. They beat the Maple Leafs in Toronto 9-3 and then whipped St. Louis Blues 10-3. The only team the Hawks have beaten since is the ex- pansion Kansas city club, and that by only a 4-3 margin. In the meantime, Chicago has also picked up two ties and two a 2-0 shutout at the hands of Atlanta Flames last Friday. CANUCKS ON TOP In the same two weeks, the Canucks have run up a 5-1, won-lost mark, taking over the division lead, four points ahead of the Hawks. In other games tonight, St. Louis Blues are at home to Boston Bruins while Atlanta visits Washington Capitals, who, by the. way, owe their one victory this season to the Hawks' generosity. At St. Louis, the Blues will have their two new ac- quisitions in uniform for the first forwards Craig Patrick and Stan Gilbertson. The pair were acquired in a trade Sunday night from California Golden Seals in ex- change for Dave Gardner and Warren (Butch) Williams. St. Louis just missed a reun- ion of the whole Patrick family. Craig's father, Lynn Patrick, is senior vice- president of the Blues. Craig's younger brother, Glenn, made his NHL debut with the Blues last season but saw action in only one game before he was returned to the minors and then traded last summer to California. The visiting Bruins will have left winger Dave Forbes, called up Monday from their Rochester farm club, replac- ing the injured Bobby Schmautz. Spruce Grove wins 5-4 DRUMHELLER (CP) Dave Morrow scored at to help Spruce Grove Mets to a comeback 5-4 victory over Drumhelier Falcons in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game Monday. Paul Messier scored twice with singles going to Jeff Elkow and Eric Christenson. Scoring for Drurnheller were Ryan Wecker, Bruce Small, Ken Boulter and Merlin Melanowski. Spruce Grove outshot Drumhelier 36-29. The score was tied 1-1 after the first period and Drumhelier moved ahead 3-1 after the second. Spruce Grove took 10 of 19 minor penalties and two of three fighting majors called in the game CAREERS Bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL HOLIDAY VILLAGE Shirley Plontke 240, Irene Lynde 239. Maria Jokuty 249 Laura Peake 265 Renate Walser 229. Mary Herbers 237, Dorothy Hodges 240, Pat Plomp 239. Doreen Wilson 273 Janet Smith 256 (653) WILSON JR. HIGH Stephen Ayers 179. Joanne Snider 172, Bill Orr 170, Bill Todd 174. AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Dick Wells 261. Debbie Barton 264 Doug Allan 277. Darrel Burr 266. Ivan Wills 245, Greg Morton 233. Flora Donate 215, Linda Brooks 200, Darrell Block 229, Enzo Zanoni 212 ALCON Bill Billings 327 Debbie Raines 242. Brian Raines 217. Blair Nicholson 202, Laurie Koshney 267 Gloria Bell 236. Karen Marthienson 212. Dick Marthienson 213, Betty Paterson 222, Allan Draper 217 VASA LODGE Slim Berry 261. Mildred Enckson 229. Ruby Oseen 248, Gunner Holte 236. Carol Park 231. Ann Aim 214, Nellie Berry 213, Arvid Oseen 217. EAGLES LODGE Carole Homulos 263 Jean Matchett 279 Joyce Filan 260, Evelyn Groves 250. Mary Ward 271 John Rosenfelt 313 Cyril Barnett 262 Geo Matchett 270 Pauline Veres 246 Marie Barnett 243 Joyce Marsden 249 (718) DAIRY QUEEN Evelyn Milner 234 Mary Potvin 274 Ursula Hutchmson 226. Jean Mills 220. Mabel Wiggill 226. Gailya Pedersen 247 Ber- nice Hay 240. Helen Rossetti 242. Zna Tinordi 238, Alma Bluekens 230 BENDIX Dave Nauratil 211, Don Bessie 240. Joe Malzsemoky 222. Ian Hewitt 220. Ken Humphreys 219. Karlyn Spitzer 331 Garth Barr 277 Jody Harnack 314 John Dub- bilburg 218. Debbie Barton 218 SIMPSONS-SEARS Bob Rossetti 253. Helen Skeith 303. Bob Anderson 206. Wayne Cook 213. Tom Pratt 251. Kay Goshmman 282 HAMILTON JR. HIGH Ray Rawland 189. Merylen Bun- nage 211. Neil Court 231. Gregg Forrest 191 Alan Baker 170. Pam Shigehin 200. Angela JosUeu 170 SPEEDY Norma Anderson 279. Mary Milhahk 252. Bea Salmon 399 Karlyn Spitzer 285. Doreen Wilson 249. Jeanette Smeed 316 Phyllis Tiffenn 275 Isabel! Schramm 254. Gail Sarka 293 Gail Conn 249 Grace Beard 251. Irene Chiste 292 Elaine Brown 261 (741) THURSDAY GOLDEN AGE Mary Ward 272 Ted Ward 253. All Bell 253. Roy LaValley 271 Hgrry Long 220 Betty Murtland 243 Harry Chapman 232. Ve'mg Miller 284 (685) Frank Bcrnhart 251 Dodie Hodges 274 jack stacey 244. Arvid Oseen 231 CJOC Guy Brown 263 Reg Arnold 281 (783) Jim More 253 Ray Budd 291 Sieve Gyotkos 258. Jim McGmTy 296 (79B) Kattiy WIcGinly 251 Donna Ar- nold 245 Eleanor Fortiori 313. Davison 240 CFCN TRIPLES Elhel SV mner 344 jacv Smeed 333 (1119) Darwin Romanchuk 324 (11061 Lmfla 303. Karlyn Scitrer 334 Smred 307 Jean Passjry 345 (1217) Sam Girarfli 305 Dianne Violini 295 Shirley Alex- anflot 314 CAPRI BOWL DOUG'S Disnne Parasc.s'' 243 Ann Duval 241 Mary Mihalik 243 Chris Guenlher ?61 (656) Joyce Witwlckl 269 (694) Linds 224 Irene Lynde 229 Elaine TompHns 227 t-s Oahl 235 Aqnes MacDonald 766 Barb Brcwn 250 AO.T George Richardson 279 (753I Ken 313 Franl- Tuttle 354 (836) Jeny 272 (756) Ken Rollsp 250 John Robertson 281 ?60 Dianne Maichiw 297 (679) Chris 2S3 (667) Donns) Reed 263 Marijrncito 263 FRIDAY MIXED Meryle Bunnage 253 Earl Doucette 236, Frank Beresnak 237, Ludwig Pahulje 236. Mike Irving 261, Karl Phihpp 249 Keith McCurdy 271, Bill Gray 269, Donna Wiebe 228, Kathy Sewars 230; Guila Bunnage 217 Y.B.C. FRIDAY SCHOOLS JUNIORS Merylen Bunnage 231 Randy Paskuski 216, Brian Rossetti 222, Danny Sudo 227; Mark Gretzmger 227 Tom Miklos 213; Robert Miklos 202 BANTAMS Jim Okamura 164. Drew Alston 138; Brian Sparks 161: David Prindle 141, Heather Doyle 189, Terry Kirshenman 217, Mark Sharun 169, Brian Kenwood 132 Y.B.C. JET BOYS Mitch Martin 147, Wade Fleming 124, David Mann 175, Dean Hovey 203. Matthew Weaver 178; Bruce Harvie 140, Colin Wiebe 142. Edward Barnes 126 Y.B.C. BANTAM BOYS Stephen Taylor 175, Edwin Burwash 224 Les Hertlem 181, Tommy Doyle 190, David Ross 200, Ricky Woodman 170: Mark Wright 183: Don Tinordi 283 Dwane Robertson 155 MORN COFFEE Myrna Olshaski 262, Julia Nagy 282. Marg Legge 250, Mary Ann Ferner 268 Marion Krewusik 254. Bernice Pavan 260 Myrna Kurina 250 Chris Burwash 265. Liz Robertson 256 Sandra Cropley 305 (714) MARTINIZING Barb Jarvie 334 Bunny Anderson 276 Jean Passey 261 Marg Roberts 296 Mary Nicolson 272 Judy Tamayose 254. Julie Parsons 256. Linda Vrabel 274 Betty Dionne 268 Ollie Turner 254. June Matkm 287 (709) WINSTON CHURCHILL Adella Besseling 213. Gordon Besselmg 200. Brett Townsend 230. Brian M.ller 214. Murray Vickers 272 (701) GREENS Eleanor Dongattl 297 Cec Beaudry 285 John Rernpel 284 John Kovacs 280 Norm Gyulai 301 Helen Wilson 288. Kalie Pedrmi 309 Sally Trone 278 (677) Norm Tolley 283 Jerry Areshenko 281 J.C.C.A. Lee Hargrave 296 Faye Teruya 278 Shig Goshmmon 275 Tom Hirashima 335 Ken Kamitomo 294 Tosh Ibuki 250. Larry Nakahama 279. Bob Senda 256. Mas Shigehiro 265 Al Shigehiro 259. Masa Goshmmon 236 HIGA'S Lorame Persley 238 Kae Mann 258. Kathy Vaselenak 243. Margaret McMurray 266. Chris Ell 261 Sylvia Seradmski 239. Mane Oseen 237 Edith Craig 260. Shirley Boyd 259 Juanita Lmgard 284 <674) "COME TO B.C." Programmer required for IBM disk system with experience in RPG II, salary negotiable, send full resume to personnel manager. BOX 669 CRANBROOK, B.C. HELP WANTED! HARDWARE SUPERVISORS Capable of assuming full responsibility in one of our Hardware Departments Farm hardware background as asset though all experienced applicants will be considered Openings throughout Southern Alberta IN RETURN WE OFFER: An excellent starting salary for qualified personnel A full range of staff benefits An excellent opportunity for advancement. Provide a complete resume and reply to: Box148 Lethbridge Herald LOOKING FOR AN EXCITING CAREER? CONSIDER A CAREER WITH TREASURY RRANCHES OF ALBERTA We offer you: A comprehensive training programme combining classroom instruction with on-the-job training leading through Branch Administration to Management. Advancement limited only by your ability and desire to succeed Fully competitive salary and benefits programme. Our present commencement salary is per month. Desired Qualifications: High School graduates, preferably with some work ex- perience: however, this is not essential. An interest in people and a desire to be involved in a financial organization whose business has doubled in the last two years. If you are interested in such an opportunity and feel that you have the necessary qualifications, contact the Manager of your nearest Treasury Branch or write to: Mr. Terry Semeniuk, Personnel Officer Office of the Superintendent Treasury Branches of Alberta P.O. Box 1440 Edmonton, Alberta. TSJ 2N6_____________ Oil Industry Opportunities Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Ltd. has opportunit- ies for people interested in beginning a career in the 01! industry. We offer on the job training, good opportunities for promotion and excellent starting salaries and bene- fit plans. Candidates wishing to begin or complete steam ticket qualifications will be assisted financially Work locations include Crossfield, Whitecourt, Drayton Valley. Swan Hills. Slave Lake and Fox Creek H you are mechanically inclined and interested in a re- warding future, we would like to talk with you. For "an interview appointment please phone: Mr. Al Drumm Marquic Hotel Lethbridge, Alberta November 13 (after 5 p.m.) November 14, 15 (all day) ;