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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thuroday. November 21, 1974. BROADLOOM Prices in Effect until Nov. 100% A WC Tic Tac by Reefers Textiles Attractive Tweed de- sign highlights this 100% nylon, rubber backed carpet. Comes in assorted colors. 12' wide. Regular Woolco Price sq. yd. 7.95 5 Sq. Yd. New Generation by Harding Acriion hard twist in a number of colors. This carpet is double jute backed and a good buy too! 12 ft. wide. Regular Woolco Price sq. yd. 14.95. 12 95 sq. yd. Magic Moods by McGrath A high-low loop iria' is color ?3Sl. rno'h anrj mildew proof. An at- tractive pattern in gn assortment colors Rubber backed '2 wide Regular Wooico Price sq. yd. 10.95 8 49 sq. yd. Courtship by Barrymore Looped design gives attractive tweed effec1 to this 100% Polypro- pylene rubber backec carpet. Wide range of colors So choose from 12 ft. width. Regular Woolco Price sq. yd. 7.95 5 99 sq, yd. Artisique by Ozite a kitchen with flair this tough, continuou filamen; rubber backed carpet is ideal. It comes in several patterned co- lors. 12 ft. wide. Regular Woolco Price sq. yd. 9.95. 8 95 sq. yd. Caledon Hills by Harding Sculptured plush 1QO% nylon carpet with double iute backing. A good Select of Colors Regular Woolco 3nce 3C- yd. 12.35. 11 95 sq. yd. Connoisseur by Harding Ever popular shag in two tone shades, made of 100% nylon and jute backed. A good selec- tion of shades to choose from. Regular Wooico Price sq. yd. 13.95 11 95 sq. yd. Bellewood by Harding Plush 100% Acriion double jute backed. Assorted colors in 12 ft. width. Regular Woolco Price sq. yd. 12.95. 9 95 sq. yd. Sundance by Celanese Beautiful scyiDi ured plush shag in 12 ft w i d 1 h Double u l e bsckmg and 100% nylon surface. A good variety of colors 10 Regular Wooico rice so- yd. 14.95. 12 95 sq. yd. The wall-to-wall broadloom that transforms your floors from cold to warm: your rooms from plain to something special Easy-care carpet is here now tor you to enjoy for years. Heat-set yarn for added retention and lasting, quality ap- pearance Medium density Foam-Rubber backing allows extra comfort and longer life No additional padding required Durable-vib- rant Shag in decorator colours of Gold. Beige. Orange. Mauve. Red and Green 12 feet wide. Regular Woolco Price Sq. Yd. 8.95 SQ.YD. 'Style Tones' Broadloom Wall-to-wall broadloom or room-size rug in level-loop construction of 100% Nylon fibres. High-density Foam- Rubber backing adds comfort and life to carpet. No additional padding needed. Popular printed patterns of Pebble Premier and Maltese in select colour combinations of Orange, Red, Gold, Red and SPECIAL 5 sq. yd. Plush Tones by Ozite nylon patterned carpet, con- tract grade with Jute backing. In assorted colors. 12 ft. wide. Regular Woolco Price 11.95 sq. yd. sq. yd. Dawn Fantasy by Celanese Luxury plush shag static control fibre. Moth and Mildew proof. 12 ft. wide An array of ercilmq coiors. Regular Woolco Price sq. yd. 16.95. 15 49 sq. yd. !c> 00 D m rr t: 0.', ?.f'. 95JD r y I! 'r n. 3 J) n THE RIGHT TO LSMIT OLANTITIES mwmicwtiDHici SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ANDY 'OW ABOUT US IN FOR COLOUR TELEVISION? FLO, I WAS JUST THINKIN'- FbR IT... WFST7U- OWE ON THE TELLY WE SOLD IN PART PAYMENT FOR THE TELLY WE IN FORTHE TELLY WE'VE GOT NOW It-Zl RDUGMLY TRANSLATED WE CAN'T AFFORb IT Bowling scores roundup CAPRI BOWL PIONEER LEAGUE Burga Feltig 225. George Blacker 240. Agnes Black 205. Henry Bechthold 228. Ed Linn 279. Kay Holle 235. Goldie Kesler 202. Gunnar Holle 195. Stan Fraser 228. SENIOR CITIZENS Maggie Oliver 270 Scolty Muir 233. Hugh O'Neil 225. Anne O'Neil 264. Ann Reed 315 Fran- cis Bambrick 301 Lil Holt 232. Harry Holub 265, Jack Stacey 223. Pat Plomp 267 Tom Smith 242. Matt Bernhart 291 HIGA'S Kae Mann 255 Sharleen Feher 290 Zina Fornradas 273. Evelyn Shire 265. Barb Scattergood 264 Frankie Fritz 256. Sylvia Seradinski 274 Judy Erickson 267 Diane Parasak 276 Joyce Filan 267, Marlene Bosch 301 Marge Clark 263 GRAND CHALLENGE "A" DIVISION Jen Hegi 291: Eloise Ives 309: Pat Kading 284: Sharon Sakatch 281: Adrienne McKeever 279: Barb Jarvie 280: Isabel Orsten 286: Sandra Hunt 322: Oianne Parascak 307: Isabelle Bergman 286. GRAND CHALLENGE "B" DIVISION Irene Lawson 290; Alice Jensen 255: EvCoutts251: Linda Vrabel 251: Bernice Stewart 251: Donna Downey 288: Barb Thompson 263. Marie Oseen 281: Shari Williams 280: Jean Passey 273. Y.B.C. YOUNG ADULTS Nadine Kovacs 306: Cherye Obermeyer 346 Brenda Coutts 248: Kalie Pedrini 227 Leslie Killins 226: Merylen Bunnage 328 Dave Wells 323 Garry Lohuis 313 Kim Kovacs 270: John Wildernan 292 (797) HOLIDAY BOWL YOUNG ADULTS Rob Andreachuk 244; Brian Rossetti 225: Neal Nishikawa 246: Brent Chambers 291: Rhonda Gier 220: Adeila Besseling 303: Linda Malcomson 274; Gilbert Closson 268. Laurie Koshney 256: Garry Gardin 232. MONDAY GOLDEN AGE Rose Munweiler 246 Rob Clark 253: Henry Brown 260: Ted Ward 300: Harry Chapman 259: Hjalmar Nelson 267; George Matchetl 271 Alt Bell 237: Howard White 232: Nick Biancni 247; Frank Bernhart 271 Arvid Oseen 256. MEN'S COMMERCIAL Ed Hiebert 306; Eldon Westling 315: Ken King 322 Ken Larson 369 Bell Hleucka 314 Bert Mezei 356 Mike Tobo 300 Ken Kurtz 294 Bill Wishart 299 Reg Arnold 293 Bill Koskoski 298. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Shirley Warner 271 Carol Kemperiaar 305 Joyce Marsden 272 Dianne Violini 321 Robert Stanko 280; Ed Stanko 280; Carol Hall 264; Barry Rosenlelt 284 Alf Pedrini 287 Ellas Sawilla 298. Oil Kings lose 7-4 EDMONTON (CP) New Westminster Bruins scored three goals in less than three minutes late in the second period and went oh to whip Edmonton Oil Kings 7-4 in a Western Canada Hockey League game Wednesday night. Steve Clippingdale scored at to make it 3-0 and Harold Phillipoff scored at before Kelly Secord con- nected at to break the game wide open. Clippingdale. Secord and Phillipoff each had two goals, with Fred Berry adding the other. Gary Soetaert. John Phillips. Rocky Maze and Terry Bucyk replied for the Oil Kings, who trailed 5-1 after the second period and 7-1 by of the third period. The victory lifted the Bruins into a tie with Kamloops Chiefs for third spot in the Western Division while the Oil Kings remained in fifth place in the West. Referee Joe Cassidy of Calgary had his hands full, assessing 121 minutes in penalties, including 13 minors, seven majors, four misconducts, three game mis- conducts and one gross mis- conduct to Phillipoff. NEW WEST 7 EDMONTON 4 period 1. New West- minster. Phillipoff (Shmyr. Sleep) Penalties G. Soetaert E. (ma- Pachal NW. (major, misconduct, game Maxwell NW Mulvey E Babych E Clippingdale NW. D. Soetaert E. (ma- jor, served by Second period 2. New West- minster. CHppingdale (Lofthouse. Shmyr) '3. New Westminster. Clippingdale (McNeice. Berry) 4. New Westminster. Phillipoff (Shmyr. McNeice) 5. New Westminster. Secord (Berryal) 6. Edmonton. G. Soetaert (Peterson) Penalties Maxwell (misconduct) Rolin NW Rissling E (double Cameron NW (minor) Olson E Babych E Rissling E. Beck NW (majors) Third period 7. New West- minster. Secord (Clippingdale. Berry) 8. New Westminster. Berry (Clippingdale. Secord) 9 Ed- monton. Phillips (Rissling. Perkins) 10. Edmonton. Maze (Will. Johnston) 11. Edmonton. Bucyk (Morrow. Phillips) Penalties Cameron NW Cameron NW Phillipoff NW. (double major, misconduct, gross Sadler E. Swales E. Johnston E. Lecuyer E. (misconduct) Shots on goal by New Westminster 1217 Edmonton 7 10 Goaltenders Laxton. New West- p minster; D. Soetaert. Edmonton. Attendance 939. DAIRY QUEEN Marge McTaughtin 239: Lela Ober 258; Ursula Hutchinson 237; Marie Stilgoe 271; Hertha Matson 254, Bodie Johanson 253 Helen Rossetti 242: Minnie Walls 225; Rena Purchase 239 Dodie Hodges 219. HAMILTON JR. HIGH Edwin Burwash 188; Drew Wakey 221; Ray Rowland 214; Doug Court 171; Merylen Bonnage 231; Kelly Blake 171. SPEEDY Lorrain Kircline 250; Marg Smith 256: Helen Deal 365 Elaine Brown 259; Jeanette Smeed 284 Karlyn Spitzer 267 Pat Tiffen 257. BENDIX Garth Barr 233: Guy Brown 306: Lauchie Mclntosh 228; Lisa Stoltenberg 270; Don Bessie 265: Geo Bruneau 230: Debbie Barton 259; Dave Hewitt 230; Karlyn Spitzer 257; Pat Mikalson 249. SIMPSONS-SEARS Marlene Stasuek 239: Linda Woodman 237; Brenda Anderson 230: Maureen Oshiro 248: Sheryl Anderson 257; Art Fukunaga 229; Jack Unterseher 260: Kay Goshinman 222; Allan Matson 262: Al Pirot 247. A.D.A. Al Szentes 237; Alice Clark 213; Annie Klassen 218: Jean Kozola 227; Jimmy McGuty 233: Sherry Clark 263: Fay Effier 238: Rod Chermos 259. HAMILTON JR. HIGH Edwin Burwash 232. Pam Shigehiro 190. Greg Forrest 241. Marty Shigehiro 217. Drew Wakey 248. Merylen Bunnage 198. Denise Rickaby 163 DAIRY QUEEN Minnie Kaskew 233. Rena Purchase 252. Alice Gier 230. Zita Tinordi 236. Alma Bluekins 232. Eileen Waterhouse 236. Hertha Matson 222. Mary Shields 233. Helen Rossetti 271 BENDIX Guy Brown 252. Lisa Stoltenberg ?30. Don Bessie 250 Karlyn Spitrer 252 Darwin Romanchuk 230. Garth Barr 245. Dave Hewitt 239. Debbie Barton 223. Ken Humphreys 212. Ian Hewitt 211. Van's TV Sales Service think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS This h'Tin'.- Mapfrstar v-ithlhr Mil-Anuk'-e Bi'.-Avrs 'im'-ri'-.-M i Car- vou n'UTj'' him? HOW DO YOU RATE? 73 it> 80 w-1t Good. 91 !n 100 point! TOP SCOW 6) 79 pfi-rts fwt 81 10 90 txrntf tfl fir H'mrn' YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 According to Statistics Canada, the Canadian cost of living rose per cent during the 12-month period ending in October. a-5 b-11.6 c-23.2 2 External Affairs Minister pledged one mil- lion tons of Canadian grain a year for the next three years to help alleviate the world food short- age. a-MHchell Sharp b-Allan MacEachen c-Eugene VVhelan 3 In this month's U.S. elections, the (CHOOSE ONE; Democratic, Republican) Party made striking gains in both the Senate and House of Represen- tatives. 4 British authorities braced for violent IRA re- prisals after Judith Ward was sentenced to life in prison for her part in a terrorist bus bombing. What do the initials 'IRA' stand for? 5 UMW members, responsible for mining 70 per cent of U.S. agreed to go out on strike until a new union contract could be negotiated and ratified. a-coal b-salt PART 11 WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. a-money in common use b-real or imagined in- justice Ptoppngf in of employee de- nuuids li-hidden or stored supply ijuivt, private plscv 1.....retreat 2.....currency 4.....strikf PART 111 NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with b-Mfivor, Toronto r-JNHl. president d-hockey center, Boston Bruins .1.....-John Turnf r 2.....MitrbfJl Sharp 3.....J'hil 4.....David Crombie FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION Vi do you as Csiiads's r'iJ' m in the shortage? STUDENTS Valuable Reference Material for Exams 5.....Clarence Campbell e-Government House Leader Inc. ANSWERs'ln Van's TV Advertisement ;