Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 24

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 26

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THf IITHHIDOI HHAU 43 TRAILERS KM _ Sutvnky, Octobtr 14, 51 AND TRAILERS TEACHIRf SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. ROTTED MANURE AND COO top toll for Hit. 32M2K. FOR SALE BY 1 f JhankA, IN MEMORIAMS e FOX In loving memory d Dolores Fox, who passed awa M' s I'-Mjillffl'fVVe sat besid Mw'lHK'i bedsid (Mr ijBli our hear were crushe C saw yo IF JKf slowly sin] p k >S3fBi but knei we cou'd d no more. Treasure h e i Lord, in your garden o rest, For on earth she was one o the best. Thoughtful for others, and tine, She suffered in silence whe no one ''unerali, nlemonamA IN MEMORIAMS jf SASARIK In loving mem-y 017 of Emily, who passed away 1. October 24, 1966. e A certain smile, a certain s, face, s A certain someone none can d replace, Wishing today as we have u wished before, That God would have spared X you many years more, o remembered and sadly missed by mom, dad, Pat, Larry, Bradley and Nancy, f 0939 SIMMONDS-In loving mem-1 ory of Lena, who passed away October 25, 1969. 1 The face we loved is missing, the voice we loved is stilled A place is vacant in our hearts, that never can be filled. SucSi pain she bore so patiently for quite a weary while, She kept her sweetness to the end, with a brave and loving smile. And when God took her to Himself, and hushed her heart to sleep, So peaceful was her sweet face, it seemed a shame to weep. Take care of her as she takes her rest, Because on earth she was one of the best. remembered b y Jim, Carol, Lora and Bobby BBSS. 8965 HUGHES In loving memory of a dear husband, dad and grandfather, Arthur, who passed away October 24, 1968. Tonight the stars are gleaming, On a lonely silent grave, Where sleeps in dreamless slumber, The one we loved but could not save. In tears we saw you sinking, We watched you fade away; Our hearts were almost broken, You fought so hard to stay. But when we saw you sleeping, So peacefully free from pain, We could not wish you back To suffer that again. Lovingly remembered by his wife Charlotte, Ben and Peggie, John and Doreen, Garth and Sharon, Rob and Charlene and grandchildren. 8961 Out They Gol While They Last! Mean Business! UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Trailer City Mobile Home SELLOUT! prices ever offered an oi entire stocK of Squire single an doublft wide unlfsl Squire has the only Centra Mor gage and Housing Corporation a proved unit In Canada! to ttie exacting speclflcat on of CMHC to give you Jhe ultimate value. There's none finer, so be sur to see Squirt before you buy any me bile tiomel HOR EXAMPLE: Brand New 12 Poor Wide Two Bedroom Mobile Home Fully furnished throughout with re frlgerator, stove, furnace, living roon suite, dining room suite, bed roon suites, lamps, etc. SELL-OUT PRICED AT ONLY, COM PLETE S599 Low Down Payment and up to seve years for the balance. AND YOU CAN TAKE YOUR OF MANY OPTIONS SUCH AS: TON PICKUP WANTED. AN thing cofisldtrtd. 3JI-MH. AND YARD CLEAN U Phorn 317-TJtt or 327-24M, Viscount tltclrte dry.r miy to m J L tnd W Moving, K7- 3rd Sf. i IT Lethbrldgc, Alti, Tenders will Paid For Used Trucki and Cart TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS Phonn 327-9355 positions: T. To begin Immediately Jun o High School teacher of Health; Dri ma and Language. 2. Duties to commence January-1971 An Opportunity Class PRICE WHILE IT LASTS Ibi. manure, Slo delivered. 337-2207. until 5 p.m. Tuesdiy, Octoh Mr- ROTOTILLINU. PHONE 32 87M. ST. MARY DEATHS GREENWOOD Mrs. Myrt Greenwood Finriigan passe c away on Saturday, October 2 1970, in Victoria, B.C. Survivor include her daughter Mrs Charles G. (Irene) Virtue c Lethbridge, a son i Greeawood of Portland, CLEAN-UP. ALL KINDS 0 junk hauled away. Tree frlmmlng ar odd )obs. Phone 327-2o41. IRRIGATION DISTRICT ,d. Tenders lor Haul T> Tenders will be received by FEMALE EMPLOYMENT parties should contact tl office of the Personnel Director at 4 15th St. S. Phone 71 POULTRY AND derslgned until o'clock noon o November 2, for the loading BABYSIT IN MY HOME Phone FRIERS PAN READY 37 yards of coarse gravel to various par of the Main Canal from Raymond Chin. Furfher Information may be o talned from the Lethbridge office. Te _ ders to be submitted on a per BABYSIT IN MY HOME Phone 328-3250. of Forty Killing. Hellmulh Dyck, Coaldal Phone 345-3224. LADY WILL BABYSI j evenings, my home or yours. Phon 327-1131. 8 Foremost, PETS AND basis. The lowest or any tende not necessarily PUPS FOR SALE. EIGH weeks old. Phone 754-3408. J. W. THIESSEN, P. ENG i Manager P.O. Box BABYSIT IN MY SOUTH one teacher for' Burde School (elementary and [unlor nig home Monday through Friday. Nea hospitals. 328-2615. SIAMESE KITTENS MALE AN two females. 522 12th Sf. S. Lethbridge, Alberta. STENOGRAPHS S wishes part-time office work, an n kind. P.O. Box M2, Lethbridge. S.S. five and six; S.S. seven, eight an nine; French seven, eight and CHIHUAHUA DOS FOR SALE, WEL trained. Phone 328-2023. ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION gon; nine grandchildren. Fi neral service will be held i Victoria and interment in Kd monton. In lieu of flowers do nations may be made to th heart fund. C83 LADY WITH PAYROLL EXPER ence and general office would Ilk work to do at home. 327-4886. seven eight and nine. Accommodations available Please Apply to: P. J. TWO FEMALE GERMAN SHEP herd puppies for sale. 642-3914, Warne TENDER fOR GRAVEL HAU Tenders will be received by the DACHSHUND. HOUS broke, all shots. Phoni 327-5589. IJ70, (or the loading and hauling o approximately yds. of coars i gravel to various parts of the LICENCED OF SCHOOLS FOREMOST, FORSYTH Passed awa suddenly at the residence 01 r Saturday, October 24, 1970 Mary Jane, at the age of 7 years, beloved wife of Mr. Wi! liam Ross Forsyth of 904 7th SI A S. She was a well known old tinier of this city, coining ti Lethbridge from Scotland ii 1926. Survivors include, beside, her husband one son, Williair G. Forsyth of Calgary am three grandchildren. Funera arrangements will be an nounced when completed. Mar tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu neral Service. C82S GRUNINGER-Victor, pass ed away suddenly in Magrath on Friday, October 23, 1970 a the age of 60 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Olive Grun-inger of Magrath. Mr. Gnm-inger was born in Hungary in 1910 and moved to Magrath in 1927 where he farmed until the time of his passing. Left to mourn his passing besides his loving wife, Olive are two sons, Dan of Spring Coulee and Reid of Magrath; two daughters, Mrs. Dennis (Sandra) Jessop of Raymond and Diana of Edmonton; 10 grandchildren; four brothers, Mike of Warburg, Bill and Joe of Surjiybrook, and Emery of Edmonton; and one sister, Mrs. Cecil (Mary) Alosicki of Warburg. Funeral services will be held in the Magrath L.D.S. Chapel on Tuesday, October 27, 1970 at 2 p.m. with Bishop L. B. Tanner officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Magrath Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects in the Christen-sen Chapel on Monday night from 7 to 8 p.m. Chrisetnsen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. CHIHUAHUA, FUL 7 grown. Male, female, also pups. 121 3rd Ave. A South. 328-3423. reservoir. Further Information may be obtain ed from the Bow Island office Tenders to be submitted on pe cubic yard basis. The lowest or any tender not sarily accepted. J. C. Crosthwalte, Superintendent, P.O. Box 328, Bow Island, Alberta. KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTR i Children, six weeks to six years. Phon 1 328-2835. SEWING FARM HELP DRESSMAKING, ALTER ations. Inquiries welcome. Phone 328 78-19. BUSINESS MAN FOR DAIRYING -general farm work. Phone 327-9231. R H. Boulton, mile east, five ml e north Lethbridge Stockyards. LOST AND SALE BARBER SHOP ANC Beauty parlour. Phone 327-3926, even ings 327-4034. remembered b mom, George, brothers anc sisters. 896 SZABO In loving memors of Joe Szabo, who passed WHOLESALE PRICES! SUM 8 good selection of 1970 Model ScamperTrailers Campers, Motor Homes; a so Morkee Truck Caps, Trailers Campers. No down payment required! (IF Low monthly payments ar ranged! (Take up to 36 months to pay EXAMPLE OF THE GREAT BUYS AVAILABLE: 1970 Scamper, is foot trailer Sleeps six, has stove with oven, Ice box brakes, awning. SELL-OUT PRICED AT SI777 One only! foot Scamper With heater. Jacks, ice box, stove anc many other exclusive features. SELL-OUT PRICED AT MAN FOR YEAR-ROUNC work on modern dairy farm, close t Lethbridge. Modern home. Top wages write Box 21, Herald. Bluepolnt Siamese. Lakevlev area. Phone 327-1214. YOUR OWN BOSS INDEPEN dent three bay service station bus! ness. Large back shop. Write Oox 22 Herald. Sealed tenders will be received througr the Medicine Hat Bid Depository for the following sub trades not later than p.m., Friday, October 30, 1970 on the Cote, Watklns Office Building n Medicine Hat. All rules and regulations of the Al berta Bid Depository shall govern at rades as listed. 1. Masonry Work 2. Ceramic tile 3. Moisture protection 4. Aluminum doors, windows and glazing 5. Floor coverings 6. Painting 7. Acoustical work 8. Terrazzo 9. Drywall and steel studding 10. Granite work 11. Millwork Sianed D and H Construction Ltd., Medicine Hat. BETWEEN FOREMOST ANE Nemiscam Yellow side-cover fo motor. Please call 527-2637 Medic FEMALE HELP SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17 at Tyrell's Lake Old Pal fishinj box and tackle. Phone 642-2401, col ecf city property will, returr belter than Write Box 20, Herald 25, 1S66. Oft' and oft' our thoughts dc wander, To the grave not far away, Where we laid our dear father Just four years ago today. remembered by his wife, daughter Helen and son-in-law John and family 8060 CELOTTI In loving mem cry of a dear wife, mother anulldings and Industrial properties loafed anywhere in Alberta. Fast, cor. la confidential service, at vc rates. Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7lh St. S. Phone 32B-554S. MARY IRRIGATION DISTRICT TENDER LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Sealed lenders will be received by the St. Mary River Irrigation District until p.m. M.S.T., November 6th, 1970 for the construction of a pipeline near Chin, Alberta. The approximate quantities are: (1) Supply and Installation of lineal feel of 16 inch diameter p peline. (2) Construction of a concrete flow division structure, (3) Construction of a concrete outlet flow distribution structure. (4) Supply and Installation of 400 lineal feet of tile outlet. Plans, specifications and tender orms will be available at the St. Mary River Irrigation District office, Lethbridge, Alberta. Prospective bidders will be required to pay ten dollars ISIO.OO) for each set of plans, specifications and tender forms which money shall be refunded upon satls-acfory return of the material. Tender forms must be accompanied by a certified cheque in the amount of five per cent of the Tender 'r ce and a Consent of Surety Form n the amount of fifty per cent of the Tender Price, payable to the St. Mary River Irrigation District. The lowest or any tender not neces- arily accepted. J Board of Directors of the St. Mary River Irrigation District. 059 The Hillcrest Citizens Committee at its annual meeting elected Gerald Makin president. Robert Elliott was elected ecretary-treasurer and Doug-all Allen was named vine-resident. The board .will include John 3iomyn, Iv. n Kautz, Mrs. Pat lomyn, Bill Burton, Nick Squarek, Don Waldner, Donna Waldner, Elsie Linderman and Veno Pozzi. WANTED FOR SERVICE staf on In Lethbrldge. Top rate 1 right man. Write Box 12, Herairf. remembered and sadly missed by her loving husband Alex, son Alex and daughters Elizabeth, Mary, Helen and Julie and families. GROOMED YOUNG ADULT 'or dance Instructors and Interviewers Extensive training provided (or successful applicants. Phone 325-9332 bargain going to The Royal Winer Fair this year: CN's Maple Leaf Escorted Package Tour of course! Cal your CN Ticket Office now for details! Lethbridge ZE-00550. I would like to thank the doctors, nurses and staff on first east and second main; to all the relatives and friends who brought gifts and sent cards during my stay at 3t. .Michael's Hospital; also to he neighbours who helped at lome while I was gone. Maty. 8967 BARANYI We Wish to express our sincere thanks to rallbearers, neighbors and riends, in appreciation of flor-jl tributes, cards, food and ither acts of kindness shown )n the losss of our dear father and grandfather, th. Phono MS-B-iuO, Calgary, he right It reserved to reject any All bids. J W. DODDS General Manager. TO CREDITORS F AND CLAIMANTS a In the Estate of GEORGE FRED- RICK TRENT, late of the City ot T ethbridge, in the Provlncn of Al-nm. who died on the C Ih day of September, A.D. 1970. n TAKE NOTICE that all persons hnv-g cliiltns upon the estate of the 'love named must flic with the under-gnetf Solicitors by the 23rd day of ovember, A.D. 1970, a full btatement c their claims and of securities held _ t them. P MOSCOVICH, MOSCOVICH, s SPANOS AND MATISZ fl 1 Oliver Block, C Lethbridge, Alberta IL for the HIGHEST PRICES FOB Metals steel and N Batteries, radiators. I DAVIS ENTERPRISES tr IMS 2nd Ave. S. Phono 337-626) s O9flS.lt APPLIANCES, 90S 3rd Ave Phone 327--M56. FRAMING RIVEWAYS, PATIOS, CEMENT b LOORS, RENOVATIONS, RUMPUS OOMS. FOR ESTIMATE; CALL SJB. n OR 327-3J84. 8038-tl al ciqht week lultlon course1 Cur-culum includes practice GARDENING SCRAP IRON Copper Brass _ Radiators Iment Is open to all cities, flo evlous training or expedience re-red. For complete details p h on p oy A. Aldous, 327-3712 dnys or 327-H evenings, H R BLOCK 315 3rd Ave. Sooth TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DOME hnne 327-7398 or Batteries Always paying more. e NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 3M 33rd 51. North FULLY INSURED TREE SUR. EON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. HONE 3J8-209J. READ YOUR AD ,hr dvfirlhflrs should rend tnelr adver- So nmonls tho FIRST DAY t. AP-SAP-S find REPORT ERRORS In or tic ior fho ncxr Insertion. The Ihbr doe Herald In responslblo for ly tlrst Incorrect YOUR GARDEN READY FOR ring. Use machine-ground man-jre p handy 75 Ib. plastic bag, SI.30 eacn. tl ren delivery. Phone 327-9530. L solemn ;