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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Morrall takes a run at, Namath Can the Jets slow down Miami? By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New England Patriots are getting against the rest of the National Football League, just with their own players. Phil Bengtson, v.'ho makes his debut Sunday against Buffalo Bills as head coach of the once- promising Patriots, will be doing it without the Pats' No. 1 running back, Carl Garrett, sus- pended by the club for the re- mainder of the season because he missed a workout. And speaking of workouts, Miami Dolphins may get one of their toughest of the season Sunday when they face New York Jets. The Dolphins are aiming for their 10th straight victory of the season, and, if they pick it up, they'll not only clinch the American Conference East first playoff berth to be locked will take a giant step toward the first perfect record attained by an NFL team in 30 years. But the Jets In general and quarterback Joe Namath in particular have a few scores to settle. They lost 27-17 to Miami last month when Bob Griese was quarterbacking the Dol- phins. Now that he's injured, Earl Morrall is calling the sig- nals. And earlier this week, Morrall made a few calls which could have Namath aching for more than mere victory. Sunday's other games have Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland in an AFC Central showdown, Minnesota at Los Angeles, Oak- land at Denver, San Diego at Centennials tie 4-4 with Bruins By THE CANADIAN PRESS New Westminster Bruins and Calgary Centennials battled to a 4-4 draw Friday night in the Western Canada Hockey League and left two points separating the top four teams in the west- ern division. The tie created a battle be- tween the Bruins and Edmonton Oil Kings for first place. Both teams have 21 points while Cal- gary drew even with Medicine Hat Tigers, who have 19 points. Another draw, a 1-1 tie be- tween Flin Flon Bombers and Regina Pats, left the Bombers with 21 points, one behind Sas- QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD 8 IB. (NORMAL GARMENTS) PRE-SPOTTED AND AFTER-SPOTTED BY OUR ATTENDANT FAST SERVICE -USUALLY 1% HOURS -NO NEED TO WAIT -LEAVE YOUR LOAD WITH US -WE'LL DO IT FOR YOU AND HANG IT UP -CALL BACK LATER INDIVIDUALITY YOUR LOAD IS DONE IN ITS OWN DRY CLEANER Pnrkside Coin-Op Laundry Clean Ltd. Dry FIRST IN LETHBRIDGE WITH COIN-OP DRY CLEANING 2634 South Parkside Drive For Further Information Phone 327-0811 p.m. WEEKDAYS p.m. SA katoon Blades who hold second place in the eastern division. The Pate remain in the division cellar with seven points. Brandon Wheat Kings, lead- ing the east with 26 points, edged Winnipeg Jets 6-5 in the other game, leaving the Jets in filth place in the division with 13 points. Calgary's victory extended the Centennials' home-ice un- beaten streak to eight games. TIES GAME LATE Jerry Holland's second goal of the night tied the game for Calgary and came with less than three minutes left to play. Mike Rogers and Hr-year-old de- fenceman John Phillips scored the others. Tod Sagerheim, Emil Demois- sac, Wayne Dye and Ron Ken- nedy supplied (jhe Bruin mark- ers. New Westminster goalie Terry Richardson suffered an injured leg early in the second period- but returned to fcbe game after treatment. His brilliant performance in stopping 41 Cal- gary drives saved the Bruins from defeat. Centennial goal tender John Davidson stopped only 30 shots. In Regina, Dennis Sobchuk tied the game for the Pats at of the third period after Regina trailed Flin Flon 1-0 through the second period. Dennis Polonich supplied the Bombers with a 1-0 lead at of the first period on a shot that bounced off goalie Ed- die Stanowski's glove and then his leg and into the net. Stanowski stopped 33 Bomber attempts while Roger Swanson made 41 saves in the Flin Flon net. Kansas City, Dallas at Phila- delphia, Green Bay at Houston New Orleans at Detroit, San Francisco at Chicago, New York Giants at St. Louis arx Baltimore at Cincinnati. On Monday night Atlanta is at Washington. The Patriots began this sea- son with high hopes. Jim Plun- kett, with a fine rookie year un- der his belt, was expected to pass the Pate into contention: ably assisted by Garrett, runner Josh Ashton and others. And it started out just fine. After a season-opening loss, New Eng- land upset Atlanta Falcons and Washington Redskins on succes- sive Sundays. Then the roof caved In on coach John Mazur and his team. Buffalo bombed them 38- 14 for the first of what has now reached six straight defeats Mazur resigned earlier this week and Bengtson was name; interim coach. TEAM COMES FIRST And despite Garrett's being virtually the lone standout ot the in AFC kickof returns, 13th in rushing ant 14th in Pats sus pended him "in the best inter ests of our general man ager Upton Bell explained. Now they face the team tha started it all, the Bills, who have no problems whatsoever with their running back. 0. J Simpson leads the confereno with 812 yards, second in the league only to Larry Brown o Washington. Like the Patriots Buffalo owns a 2-7 record. Monrall is apparently so con fident he'll guide the Dolphins to victory that he's offered a few opinions about Namath, Ig noring the unwritten rule tha it's not smart to say things which could arouse the opposi tion. Morrall acknowledges Nam- ath's talent but, speaking of his life style, says: "I don't want to be like him. And I hope my kids, snd the younger gener ation, don't grow up to be like him." Namath, who didn't take too kindly to the underdog role the Jets were cast in back in Super Bowl HI, hasn't replied to Mor rail's comments. He's undoubt cdly saving his response for Sunday. '1 Why we're asking for a Volkswagen. Thai's a Volkswagen? Thai's a Volkswagen. The 1973 Volkswagen 412. Our luxury family sednn. With more room and comfort and power more doors [four! than our little Beetle. But more than jus! being Ihe most sophisticated Volks- wagen ever built, our new VW 412 is one of the most sophisticated motor cars in its class, ever built. Because it's the only car in (he world built with oil these features as standard equipment: Starting with a fuel-injected engine, the 412 quickly slands aparl from nearly every other car. ror, only a few prestigious European cars have elec- tronic fuel injection. Which is an ingenious system that measures precisely ttio amount of fuel the engine needs at all times. And not even Europe's thoroughbreds have the 412's timed preheating system. Just turn a knob on the dash and the 412's interior is warmed up for you in winter. (Without you running the engine.) Equally astonishing is Jhe way the 412 rides. With tha quickness of a sports car. And the smoolhness of a big car. You see, each wheel is independently suspended, with pro- gressive aclion coil springs and telescoping shock absorbers. And the rear suspension features something usually found only in very expensive sports cars: a trailing wishbone double-jointed rear axle. Instead of ordinary bias ply the 412 rides on steel-belted radial (ires. Instead of ordinary bucket seals, you'll rldo on re- clining, form filling bucket seats. Instead of ordinary undercooling, the Volkswagen 412 has fciclory-bonded PVC undercooling. Of course, if you really want to see how beautifully the 412 rides, drive the 412. You'll find Ihc magnesium alloy engine responsive. And economical. The front-disc brakes very sure. But one of tha best recommendations for the -412 is that it is a Volkswagen. Which means it's built wilh all iho quality and all the precision of a Volkswagen. And covered by the longest warranty this side of a Rolls Royce: 24 So you see, when wo ask more money for a Volkswagen, It's for a good reason: Wo give you more Volkswagen for Iho money. The Volkswagen 412 retail f.QA. foil Weil T.O.f. ProvlnHnl lawil ond iMppki ctinrpM ttlro. of ton tomi c.f iMi wwmjnty on HeorV h ttwar'l mowol Wll U .Kptolned hy try oulkoiKed dtolci In Conodo. JT WOULD APPEAR that early in the new year the provincial government will become real se- rious in its attempt to eliminate pollution caused by empty soft drink and beer bottles. As a matter of fact, the government proposes to include the return of wine and liquor bottles under a new act scheduled to come into force in 1973. Environment Minister W. J. Yurko says that after Jan. 1, soft drink bottles and cans can be returned to universal depots that are to be located through- out the province. Liquor and wine bottles are to come some time later. All beer containers will continue to be accepted only by Alberta Brewers Agents. In addition, all retailers in the province will have to accept for refund all refillable bottles of the type and brand they sell. Retailers will be required to prominently display signs in their stores stating depot locations and hours where containers, not accepted by them, may be returned. Under this system, consumers are to have the choice of taking all their containers back to one depot, or returning the refillable bottles to the retailer. Watch for this fly in your bottle of pop! Will a manufacturer be able to declare certain bottles as non-refillable? Larger retailers particularly, often ap- ply pressure which could lead to no return on a specific type of bottle. During the past summer 15 university students conducted surveys in five Alberta cities. They found that 88.8 per cent of the consumers felt that refund system is necessary for soft drink cans and bottles, while 90.7 per cent felt that the returns should in- clude wine and liquor bottles. The survey sought answers to a variety of ques- tions and it's to the response that new legislation is being drafted. The survey also showed that nearly 40 per cent of the retailers in the province were not interested in making refunds. Eighty-six per cent favored the uni- versal depots. With the big game season in southern Alberta hii- ting high gear, gourmets are reminded that it's the quick kill that provides the best table fare. A wounded animal produces toxins which enter the blood stream, and to quite a degree, it is these toxins that taint the flesh and set in a disagreeable flavor. There is no secret about this to domestic butcters. They always want a quick knockout for an animal destined for the table. In field dressing big game, there is no immediate necessity to cut the throat. Dress the carcass out as quickly as possible, and empty the main body cavity. Any remaining blood will then quickly drain out and cooling assured. Prop the rib cage open. Air circulation is most essential. The warmer the weather, the greater the need for proper care. In the hanging of game animals, the more popu- lar photographs show the animal hanging head down. Have you ever seen this in s. packing plant? The reverse procedure is far better to insure proper drainage. Hang your trophy by the antlers. Steaks arid chops will be far more delectable. At all times make sure your kill is kept cool. There's no excuse for the improper handling of game meat. Tliis all applies not only to big game animals, but to game birds as well. Clean out that body cavity and keep it cool. This and that There are still some wild wa- terfowl hanging around on the deeper irrigation wa- ter impoundments. During blustery weather, they have a tendency to feed at any and all times of the day- light hours. Bulk of the geese appear to be on the rivers. Full credit to Larry Stevenson of the city for keeping the angling season alive. While Duck Lake in Montana was socked in with fog most of the day, Larry managed a 13-pound, 10-ounce rainbow on a miniature marshmallow. Don't be too surprised if Field and Stream magazine takes note in the world championship listings. If you happen to be one of those who alternate between a 12 and 20 gauge shotgun, be sure of your shells. A 20 gauge shell drops into a 12 gauge barrel and lodges there. For ice fishermen later in the season: watch for natural hails so perfectly preserved they'll fool even the smartest brown trout. FOR SALE! TWO STOREY FAMILY HOME located In South lothbridge West of Mayor Magrath Drive, this spacious residence offers all for excellent family living. Feature! include attached garage with front drive, upper and lower sun- decks, family room off kitchen, half bath and den off front vestibule, L-shaped living and dining room, developed area in basement. For further particulars on Ihe many features, plus good financing arrangements, contact a Canada Trust Homo Consultant today. DON ROY 3S7-746I GEORGE SCOTT, F.R.I...........327-278S MORRIS PASHKOWITCH VINCENT HARTY 328-564f 327-0499 CANADA TRUST Cor. 3rd 7th St. S. Phono 327-8581 Saturday, Novtmbtr It, TM IRHMIMI MULD fS Short sport UPSET VICTORY DRUMHELLER, Alta. (CP) Drumheller Falcons, led by .he three-goal performance ot Sen Nelson, upset Red Deer Rustlers 9-6 Friday night in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. The teams battled to a 3-3 tie at the end of the first period and a 6-6 tie after two. Grant Pushie, Dale Booth, Trent Currie, Ron Rose, Ryan Wecker and Fred Buckle sup- jlied the other Falcons goals. Red Deer marksmen were Doug jindskog, Irvin Bowles, Doug Glllespie, Reg Kinch, Brian Sutler and Darryl Wallace. MOST VALUABLE WINNIPEG (CP) Mack fenron, the pint-sized running back of Winnipeg Blue Bomb- TE Friday was presented the Jeff Nicklin memorial award as the most valuable player in the Western FootbaH Con- ference. John Helton, Calgary Stun- pedere' brilliant defensive end, received the Beckett-De Marco Memorial award as the out- standing lineman in the west. The awards were made a WFC luncheon. Herron, who rushed for yards this season the high- est total since George Reed's in 1965 ITALIAN BID CORTINA D'AMPEZZO (Reu- ter) This Italian Alpine city, which was host to the 1956 Win- ter Olympics, has decided to bid for the 1976 Winter Games, two city officials said today. The decision follows the re- fusal of Denver, Colo., voters to hold the Olympics there as was originally planned. Associate Medical Centre Announces DR. NOEL A. KAIL M.R.C.S. L.R.C.P. (Lond.) F.R.C.S. (Edin) Physician and Surgeon has joined their Medical Staff. ;il 5012-48th Avenue, TABER, Alto P.O. Box 999 ALEX SERA FARM AUCTION SALE 2 MILES EAST AND 3 MILES NORTH COALDALE, ALBERTA TUES., NOV. 28th -11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH the day of the sole with Mttlement In full be- fore removal from the premises with special arrangement, of V4 cash day of tale and balance on or before Mar. lit, 1973 on sprinkler outfit, tractors and some larger ilemi of Farm equipment as announced at the .ale with possession and right to use or remove any or all such equipment only after settlement has been made in full. Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. Alex Sera, who has retired from farming, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery and household item, as listed below, which is merely a guide and In no way a war- ranty or guarantee as to condition or age and is to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sole. TRACTORS John Deere 2510 Row Crop Gas Tractor with 3 point hitch, power lock axle, power brakes, power steering. Case 900B Diesel Tractor, power steering, dual hydraulics, 18.4x34 tires. Cockshutt Model 50 Diesel Tractor. TRUCKS CMC Camper Special Vi Ton, 292 motor, overload springs, heavy duty transmission and reor axle, wide >ide. 1-1955 Mercury 600 Truck, heavy duty V-8 motor, springs, 5 speed transmission, 2 speed axle, 900x20 tires, Renn twin cylinder 12 ton hoist, 14' combination beet box. ft. Camperette. MISC. AND SHOP TOOLS Quantity of shovels, log chains, socket wrenches, open- end wrenches, forks, log chains, bolts, etc.; Several hydraulic cylinders 18" lawn mower; 2-500 gallon go. tanks with stands; 200 gallon gos tank; 1-Sioux heavy duty portable grinder and sander, like new; 250 amp electric welder; 1-Harris acetylene outfit; floating pump, new condition; 6 h.p. gas engine and garden pump and lines, sprinklers, etc.; gar- den pump with electric motor; Many livestock supplies, etc.r Cattle feed troughs; Quantity of cattle show equipment such as halters, curry combs. MACHINERY 1-1970 Case CHT 56 moldboard plow, 5-16" bottoms, rubber Tires, hydraulic lift, quick release bottoms, throw away shores, plowed 80 acres approx.; Cockshutt chisel plow, 14 ft. shovels and chisels (like 1HC press drill, 24 run, 6" spacing, with fertilizer attach- ment; 1-1961 Coulkins rod weeder, 14 ft. centre rubber lires; Deere 10 ft. rod weeder, sleel wheels? 1HC spring tooth harrows, 8 sections with steel wheeled hitch; 1-IHC 12 ft. field cultivator, steel wheels, S bottom 14" plow, steel wheels (good John Deere 9 ft. 3 pt. dozer Schultz 175 bus. manure spreader (like Deere 75 bus. manure spreader; Mayrath augers, 10 ft. and 16 ft.; Diamond harrows with drillstem pipe hitch; Sections Diamond harrows and hitch; flexible harrows and hitch; flexible harrows and hitch; wheel airplane tired wagon; Massey Ferguson No. 12 baler, has done about bales; 1 1962 Kirch- ner 5 ft. ditcher; V ditcher; ditch filler; 1_1960 New Holland No. 56 rollabar hay rake, rubber tires; 24' bale elevator on wheels, Vi horse electric mo- 1-1962 10 ft. Neufeldt land leveller; Crowfoot packers, 15 ft., 3 sec. SPRINKLER OUTFIT 1 1966 Cose 377 propane and natural gas pumping unit with Berkeley B 6J-CW 6" 8" pump large screen, this unit handles 1 mile of sprinkler nicely; main lines 16 with valves; 6" main lines, 14 with valves; 7 valva openers, elbows, T's, etc.; 1 1969 2 unit major wheel move (over half mile) consisting of 54 quick demountable 4" pipes, 12-5', all with self levelling risers, 2 heavy duty Pierce movers with dual clutch, Briggs engines; Miller 4" x 40' hand move sprinkler pipe, end risers; 3 pipe trailers; Approximately 50 Buckner hi-vol- ume rocker sprinkler heads. SUGAR BEET EQUIPT. 1 1968 Kirchner beet top loading elevator (to fit top 1 1970 John Deere and Kirchner (combined) 6 row, 3 point hitch beet cultivator, complete with all tools, guide, fins, guage wheels.ctc. packers, 14 ft., 3 section. HOUSEHOLD Gourmet 4 burner electric double oven range; Electric Talisman model frost free 12 ft. refrigerator; house automatic washer; inghouse natural gas dryer {matching cream separator. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COAIDALE, AITA. "Serving the South by Word of Moulh" For further Information Phone 345-3534, or the Owntr ROGER KANDIEY Lie. No. 010121 AUCTIONEERS: FRED BURTON Lie. No. 005613 LES HANDIEY Lie. No. 010120 ;