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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LCTHBRID6S HERALD Snlurdoy, Septamber WO Sanderson Paying His Own living Expenses Brad Park Returns To New York Camp By Tim CANADIAN 1'ItESS Two hockey players who have been under suspension by their clubs have returned lo National Hockey League (raining camps in an effort lo scltle their con- tract differences. Dcfcnceman Brad Park, one of four New York Rangers sus- pended by general rnanager- coach Emilo Francis for failure to play in the Rangers' first, ex- hibition game, returnee! lo prac- tice Friday and Francis said ho will submit his contract dispute to arbitration. Park was suspended Sept. 17 along with centres Jean Ratellc and Walt Tkaczuk and winger cditk INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH STAVELY LIVESTOCK COMMISSION Thursday, October 1st at 1 p.m. 700 HEAD- 700 400 YEARLING STEERS 100 FAT DRY LOT CATTLE SO DRY COWS 50 YEARLING HEIFERS 50 CALVES QUANTIU OF OTHER CATTLE CALF SALES EVERY FRIDAY STARTING OCTOBER 16 Vic lliidfickt. Francis said de- tails on Park's arbitration have not been made final. There is a clause in NHL contracts that any unsettled contract may be brought lo arbitrators, one rep- resenting each side. Meanwhile, centre Derek Sanderson of Boston Bruins, suspended Thursday when he failed to return lo camp in Lon- don, Out. after visiting Montreal j Wednesday lo play a role in a I movie being produced there, j had pei-mission to return to camp Friday. j S a n d e r s o a Ts lawyer, Bob i Woolf of Boston, said he had talked to Bruins coach Tom Johnson who said Ihe centre had permission to return but must pay his own living expen- ses until he settles las contract differences with the Boston club. Woolf said he hopes to reach an amicable agreement with the NHL club on both the matter of Sanderson's suspension and his new contract. There still has been no prog- ress in salary disputes with at least three other NHL players. Dcfcnceman Harry H o w c 11 and Carol Vadnais are still at odds will) Iho Oakland Seals management and NHL presi- dent Clarence Campbell said Friday he will represent the Seals as an arbitrator in the dis- pute. Neil Shayne, a JVIineola, N.Y. lawyer, has been ap- pointed to represent the players. Anotlier celebrated holdout, centre Dave Keon of Toronto Maple Loafs, is slill away from camp imtil lus contract dispute is settled. J.Icamvhile, three pre-season games were played Friday night. The Bruins, without Sanderson, defeated Detroit Tied Wings 65 in one game at Port Huron, Mich. In other games, St. Louis Blues edged the Seals CARDSTON LIVESTOCK AUCTION Tuesday, Oct 6th and 13th AT A.M. LAMB SALES LAMBS Feeder White Faced Ewe Lambs WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7th AT A.M. SOO CATTLE ALL CLASSES FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9th AT P.M. CALF SALE HEAD CALF SALES OCT. 17rh-21st-24lh AND 28th STOCK COWS and BRED HEIFERS WEDNESDAYS, NOV. 4th AND 18lh FOR INFORMATION AND LISTINGS CONTACT CHRISTIE LIVESTOCK 2G1 MARLAND LARTER 328-7662C- Lothbridge 228-3777 Slavely CARDSTON SALE BARN 653-4342 3-2 and Los Angeles Kings de- feated Vancouver Canucks 6-3 in a game at Edmonton. Garnet Baily scored two goals lo lead the Bruins lo Uieir sec- ond pre-season win in fom games. Phil Esposito, Fred Slanfield, Ed Wcstfall and Dick Cherry also scored (or Ihe Bruins. Pelc Stcmkowski scored two gonls for Detroit and Dale Rolfc, Alex Delvecchio and Hank Monteilh got one each. Christian Bordeleau scored two goals lo pace the Blues over Oakland at Siidbnry, Ont. Frank St. Marseille scored the other St. Louis goal while Ted Hamp- son and Dick Mattiussi scored for Oakland. Bowling Scopes CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Rose Cropley 208; Mary Sloffer Aria Teleris 187; Nancy Frlndle Id2; Mel Robertson 141. MART1N1ZING Elhel Slyner 266; Paf Plomp 262; Masa Goshlnmon 262 Marg GENERAL MEETING ANAF VETERANS CLUB Will hold a General Meeting in the Club Rooms MONDAY, SEPT. 28th 8 p.m. CONVENTION DELEGATES REPORTS WILL BE PRESENTED. COMRADE LA PLACE will be in Ihe Club Rooms Monday, Oct. 5th 7 p.m. For purpose of discussing D.V.A. matters with ony member who has a problem in this regard. SKI CONDITIONING CLASSES for the whole family AT YOUR FAMILY YMCA Starting Monday, October 5th 7 p.m. Instructor DIETER GERNGROSS Health Club Director Austrian Ski Instructor COST YMCA MEMBER FREE NON YMCA MEMBERS FAMILY 515 COUPLE 512 SINGLE REGISTER NOW AT YOUR FAMILY Y Phone 328-7771 The YMCA is prepared to organize a Ski Club with weekend trips lo West Caslle and other ski resorts. Mr. Dieter Gerngross will instruct beginnm and advanced skiing. Smith 245 Maxirie Buck 273 Shirley AicLciian 243; jovci Brown 24-1; Bernlce Hay 2.16; AAargi Malcomson 3J4; Lynn Baker 2J2. GRFFNS SHOES Bca Salmon 339 Jean Kosko- ski 311 Jean Chiislic 293 (742) Eleanor Dorigaili 269; Phyl Harrison 252; Fen Tunbridge 326 Ken Malcomson 29-1 Lew Mills 283 Bob Omotanl ".78; Tom Gibney 272. EAGLES LODGE Joyce Marsden 2B6; Mary SIDI 255; Kalhy Ludwig 250 Evelyn Groves 229, Mary LEzarick 2Z1; Johr Schaffer 270; Joe Glllelr 259; Cyri Barrett 252; Roberl Thomson 264 Sleva Meiel 23i. NU-MODE HOMES Eunice David 25i; May Hiebert 249; Marge Hughes 246; Isabelle Bergman 2J4; Ruby McDonald 7JQ; LuGlla Ler 238; Myrna Olshaskl 23fi; Gloria Pear son 234; Hilda Tinordi 227; Belly Daw son 227. SUNDQUIST ..CONST. Opal Taylor 262 Marie Smllh Bertha Omelusik 233; Doreen Wll son 221; Rose Hamilton 217; Joanne Sharun 217, Pat Plomp 209; Donna Mann 20i; Helen Mikula 202.- SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Bechlhold 2BO Bert Ma- dill 262; Frank Bernharf 281; Spol Miller 241; Bill Jensen 211; Emll Col- Jin 205; Scolly Muir 200. HENRY HOMES Hugh Reid 282; Jim Wrighf 254, ecil Murakami 269 J e r r reshenko 2fl5; John Harvie 269; Pa Scely 245; Lydia GEWorsky 232r cars Wyroslok 223; Gary Tunbridge 37.1 Kalhy Muller 217; MaryAnn Hu- bert 270; Donna Tunhrldge 207. JCCA Wimp Nakamura 378 Mase Goshlnmon 253; Mike Tobo 269 Riga 265 Us Tanaka Belly Tomiyama 206; SumI Med orurra 290 Mas Shigehiro 2B3 Nancy Katakaml 214; Doreen Tomiyama 210; Francis Hlga Ryo Nagala 262; Sandy Shige- hiro 216. GLENDALE BOWL COMMERCIAL MENS Roy Smeed 276 Von Tenant 313 Oresl- Yurchak 314 Pele Berlhiaume 322 Francis Wright 318 Sieve Pedcrsen 32B Ken King 306 Bob Cos- lanzo 313 Lew Mills 299 Don Allen 30-i. HIGAS LADIES Lorraine Persley 274; Marlene Trem- el 26-1; Marge Clark 274; Betty Rob- erts 26B; Alice Hegnen 262; Edilh Voth 268 Doreen Rombaugh 306; Elma Groves 271 Kay Mann 24B Juanllta Llngard 251 Shirley Boyd 270 Marlene Bosch 270 THE CURTAIN'S on the fabulous all-new 1971 MODELS You're CHEVROLET NOVA CHEVEUE Invited See GM's answer to TRUE ECONOMY NEW FOR 1971 VEGA TRUCKS 1971 Vega On Display- Saturday, September 26th j Available in Standard Se- dan, Panel Express, Hatch- back Wagon and Hatch- back Coupe. MOTORS INSURANCE CORPORATION ISO------- CHEVROLET OLDSMOBIL JMain Garage and Showroom Phone 327-3147 Putting You FIRST Keeps Us FIRST This Merchandise On Sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Morning Only! Quantities Limited. We reserve (he right lo limit quantities. SAVE PHONE RACKS Walnut finish. SAVE .18 TO SERVING TRAYS Beaulifully decorated serving irays in assorted shapes and patterns, Reg. Woolco Price .77 ond 1.99. SALE and MEMO CADDIES Handy caddies for lellers, bills and miscellaneous papers. Silver or Gold on a Black background. Reg. Woolco Price .99. SALE .73 SAVE .91 COMPOTE DISHES Tall compote Avocado, Red. Reg. Woolco Price 2.88. dishes While, 1.97 Reg. Woolco Price 14.98. SALE J 0.98 SAVE DAY BEDS Chipped foam cushioning. Colon of Gold end Blue. Reg. Woolco Price 78.88. SALE 58.88 SAVE AREA RUGS Floral and palterned designs in assorted colors. Made of Evlan and Nylon. Reg. Woolco Price 63.95. SALE 49.95 LADIES' HOSTESS GOWNS Orion rail pile. Embroidered tailored collar, 3-way belt, cut pockels. Hoi Pink, Aqua, Gold. S.M.L. Reg. Woolco Price 14.63. SALE 12.88 LADIES' HOSTESS GOWNS Acetate and Nylon Vocama. Wilh jewel neck, gathered yoke, bo pom pom. 3-way bell, cut pockels. Sapphire, Gold, Moss. S.M.L. Rtg. Woloco Price 9.B7. SALE LADIES' HOSTESS GOWNS Quilted Nylon. High neck, zipper front, cut pockels, f embroidered trim at front and sleeves. Pink, Blue, Liloc. S.M.L. Reg. Woolco Price 10.63. SALE SEE OUR WIDE SELECTION OF ARNEL AND FLANNELETTE LOUNGE AND SLEEPWEAR SAVE UP TO 1.75 CLEARANCE OF CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' DRESS OR CASUAL SHOES Leather or patent look. Incomplete style and size range. Reg. Woolco Price to 3.97. SALE 2.22 SAVE 5.10 MEN'S UTEX SKI JACKETS Solid colors and snappy rating stripes. Standup and regular col- lars. With all around belt and storm cuffs. Good assortment of colors. Sizes 36 lo 46. Reg. Woolco Price 24.98 SALE SAVE .87 ASSORTED PLUSH TOYS Choose from frogs, dogs, skunks, swans, snakes and turtles. Reg. Woolco Prico 2.86. SALE SAVE 4.07 SAMSON DOMINION OVEN BROILER 4 way appliance bakes, roasts, broils ond toasls. Heat conlrol for accurate cooking. Colored in Chrome and Green, Gold or While. One year replacement' guarantee. Reg. Woolco Price 22.95. SALE I Q. SAVE 2.89 MEN'S SKI JACKETS Nylon outershell. Pile lined wilh zipper front and hidden hood. Sizes S.M.LXL. Reg, Woolco Price 9.88. SALE hidden hood. 6.99 SAVE 2.09 DU BARRY 2-PCE. LUGGAGE SETS One oF DuBarry's finest. Reg. Woolco 19.66. SPECIAL urry 5 EARRINGS Pierced and pierced look. Rug. Woolco Prise 2 for .99. SALE 2 MONDAY 3 P.M. SPECIAL 30 MINUTES ONLYI ALLEN'S CANDY KISSES Individually wrapped. package. Reg. Woolco Prico .67. SALE 2-lb. GREAT SAVINGS TUESDAY 10 A.M. SPECIAL 30 MINUTES ONLYI LADIES' FASHION WATCHES 3 interchangeable strops, Swiss made. One year guarantee. Reg. Woolco Price 10.88 and 12.88. SPECIAL 8.88 P m n Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. lo 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 o.m. lo 9 p.m.; Salurday 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;