Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 15

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: 48

Search All United States newspapers

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

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta II, WO THI MKALD IS RODEO SEASON WINDS UP The Southern Alberta Rodeo Association cams to an official end Saturday with the annual awards night at Fort Macleod. Presented with saddles and left to right. Bud Van Cleave, accepting for Joe Lawrence top calf roper, Arnold Haraga, steer wrestling, Mri. McMullin, accepting for Malcolm Jones, boreback, Dale Fuhriman, bull riding, Joy Duce, barrel racing and Tom all-round and saddle bronc. Keys Thinks His Club Is The Hottest Rubber Match Goes Tonight REGINA (CP) When Ed- monton Eskimos meet Saskat- chewan Roughriders at Taylor Field tonight, the game will be a prestige rubber match now that playoff positions have been Harlem Stars Here Friday There should be plenty of laughter at the Civic Cen- tre Friday evening. Lethbridge City Basketball League All-Stars will play host to the. touring Harlem Stars in >n exhibition hoop encounter. It should be a fun evening all SEE PAGE 18 FOR IRRESISTABLE ROOM around. The Stars are one of the top touring teams in-bas- ketball and will along witB'the entertainment, all the competition the locals, can han- dle and-then some. The game is set for Stars keep the pace of the game lively with razzle-dazzle ball handling, intricate passing patterns, trick shooting, mara- thon dribbling and comedy an- tics. Friday's entertainment should send those on hand home laughing WEEKEND SPECIALS! SKI JACKETS Nylon outer quilted some Borg lining. Regular 24.95 1.95 MEN'S DRESS PANTS Regular to 35.00 PAIR AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT FRINGED LEATHER VESTS Regular 22.50. SPECIAL BOYS' WASHABLE PANTS Regular 4.98 to 8.98 NOW 10% off 1 ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S COLORED DRESS SHIRTS decided in the Western Football Conference. Saskatchewan beat visiting Edmonton 23-11 in their first jams July 31 but the Eskimos came back to win 10-6 when the Roughriders visited Edmonton Sept. 12. Tonight's game is.the last of he regular season for the Eski- mos, who are assured of second ilace with nine wins and six defeats. Saskatchewan, with a 12-2 record, has one more game Vancouver Sunday against British Columbia Lions.. Since the outcome of tonight's game will not affect playoff pos- tions, reputation is the main thing at stake. "There is quite a lot of pride riding on this said Sas- katchewan coach Eagle Keys. 'We are getting a little tired of rearing 'about how the Eskimos are the hottest team in the Ca- nadian Football League." RIDERS FIRST VICTIMS It was his squad that started the Eskimos' seven-game win- ning streak with that 10-6 loss ast month. Their only other de- 'eat was a bruising 3W> loss at the hands of Calgary Stamped- ers, the third-place team with an 8-7 record, Aug. 17 in Re- jina. "We'll see tonight whose win streak is said Keys. Edmonton's Ray Jauch, Cana- dian Football League Coach of jie Year, plans nothing surpris- ing in the face of the deter- mined home team. 'I know what Roughriders will be out to the day- Sghts out of us just in case we meet later. We'll go with our regular lineups at first because it would be nice to win this game and keep up momentum." Jauch admitted he is worried about his inconsistent offence after a narrow 15-11 win over Winnipeg Blue Bombers last weekend. "We'd make the big play and NOW All sixes. 20% off YES! HAVE LEE nnd LEVI JEANS LEO SINGER MEN'S BOYS' WEAR 214 5th STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-3958 then we wouldn't. It's been i pattern our last couple o games. I was hoping we'd come out of it." Dejourdan, Hansen Top Swimmers Tim Hansen and Susan De- jourdan travelled with the Leth bridge Y Stingrays to Median Hat last weekend and cam home with the grand aggregat award for their respectiv classes in a duel meet agains the Albert a Marlin Aquati Club. Hansen competing in the boys 10 and under class picked u four firsts and a second to a] tain the grand aggregate in his division. Dejourdan swam in the girls open category and used three firsts and a second to justif her grand aggregate award. Other swimmers who til veiled with the Lethbridge clul and received ribbons were Tec Hansen, Mary Ann Hughes Craig Hoselton, Bob Van Schak Bob Dejourdan and Pat De- jourdan. Hansen picked up a, first anc four seconds in the boys' 10 ant under class while Hughes swam for two firsts and two seconds in the girls' open. Jn the boys' open, Hoselto took home a first and three sec ond ribbons, Van Schake two thirds and Dejourdan a thir place ribbon. In the boys' 8 .and under Pa Dejourdan managed a thir place finish. In relay action, the Stingrays fared well as the boys' under 10, open boys and the open girls earned two firsts each. y Rams Tangle Friday High School Title On The Line Quietly confident or not will- Ing to show their bind? Friday evening Henderson 'ark the 1970 Southern Alberta ligh School Football champions will be decided neither coach has much to lay. Catholic Central Cougars and Lethbridge Collegiate Rams will meet at eight o'clock with he victor taking the T. Eaton Co. trophy emblematic of suiireinacy in the three team eague. You might say the script is he same as it has been for a lumber' of years. Kama and Sugars are at it again. Only twice in 12 has the Eitan trophy been won by any other club than the Rams and on both occasions it was he Cougars who wrested the aurels away. Hie first t i m e Jim Whitelaw and his charges md an empty spot on their rophy shelf wai the fall of 1964. jast year the Rams had noth- ing to show for their football efforts as the trophy rested in Catholic Central's showcase. History, to a degree, could be made Friday evening at Hen- derson. Not once in 12 years has the league championship escaped the Rams twice in a row. The green and gold have lost it one year but have gotten t back the next time around. They have a chance to keep their record intact. On the other hand, head coach Dean Dahl of Catholic Centra would like nothing better than to retain the league crown. When asked if he knew the Rams had never lost two years in a row he simply replied 'that's what they tell me." Cougars won the regular sea ion title with a record of tbrej wins and one setback. Their six points was double that of the Rams and Winston Church il Bulldogs. Rams, however, earn ed the berth in the league Una after tying and defeating the Bulldogs. For the Bulldogs it was the end of a frustrating season They were the only club to stop the Cougars but couldn't nan die the Rams and, thus, are on the outside looking in. It was actually through the Bulldogs that the Rams hav a crack at the championship league rules state a team mutt go through the regular sewon unbeaten and untied to ivoid a playoff. In two meet- ngs with the Cougars this year lmproving Is Costly MONTREAL (CP) The cost of infusing new life into Mont- real Atouettes will leave the ;astern Football Conference club with a substantial deficit his year, uyi owner Sam Ber- "It's to be Berger said in an interview. "Operating a football team in the Canadian Football League is not a money-making proposition at the best of times. "In fact, when I took over the club, the most I could hope for was that I wouldn't lose money." Berger, an Ottawa business- man, officially took over the Als Name Casper Top Golfer PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) Billy Casper, winner of this year's Masters golf tourna ment, added another, chunk o gold to his trophy collectio Tuesday night when he wa named the PGA's Player of th Year. The presentation was mad to the 39-year-old Californian during the annual president' dinner at the Palm Beac Towers, honoring Leo Fraser retiring president of the Pro- fessional Golfers' Association. Casper, named Player of the Year in 1966, was selected thi year in close competition with the 1967 Nicklaus Movers, Ponoka Game Postponec EDMONTON (CP) A game between Edmonton Movers an Ponoka Stampeders of the Al berta Junior Hockey League scheduled for Tuesday evening was postponed. A spokesman for the Movers said poor conditions on high ways between Edmonton anc Ponoka tire game was to be played in Ponoka caused th< postponement. The game has been reached uled for Nov. 3. CURLING NEWLY RENOVATED COALDALE CURLING RINK Individual Club Couple MIXED STRAIGHT DRAW CURLING FOR MEMBERS. LADIES' CURLING IN AFTERNOON CASUAL CURLING GROUP CURLING Club Membari Curl Regular Weekly Basis (Casual) per sheet per game per sheet per game Poiitiv. Reservation! Muil Be Mods Before p.m. On Fridays Drop In Curlers May Rent If Ice Is Available Feet Collected at the Rink For Reservations, Further Information and Memberships Contact COALDALE RECREATION OFFICE Phone 345-3746 or Write Box 869, Coaldale, Alto. the Rams had little luck with) Both clubs are healthy, the double blue. Bulldogs how-1 from the usual aches and pains. ever, pulled the upset over the Cougars the Rams reap a chance at the reward. Both appear ready for the show- down. It will be winner take all Friday evening. Alouettes Face Deficit last Dec. 1 from Joe Atwell. This year's version of the Al- ouettes is staffed with 22 new players, has a completely new management and t new coach- ing staff beaded by Sun Etch- everry. During the off-season, im- provements were made to the Autostade, the Als home field, and services there were also improved. Apart from the approximate million that Berger paid for the club, the costs were too big a penalty to overcome. "We just had too much to said Berger. "We had to put the nucleus of a good team together and in order to do this we had to pay bonuses for cer- tain players. "The stadium had to be Im- proved, parking facilities had to be enlarged, concessions had to be increased and usherettes had to be hired and trained to take care of this year's increased at- tendance." The Alouettes spent improving the Autostade fieW. The club's hydro bill amounted to another primarily be- cause of the structure of the Au- tostade. "Nevertheless, most of money spent on the improve- ments this year represent non- recurring expenditures and next year we hope that the club will reach the break-even point." FALL CLEAN-UP! INTERIOR FLAT and Semi-Gloss FINISHES 3 LINES TO CHOOSE FROM: G 0 0 D B E T T E R B E S T A Sptcial Formulated Paint by Bopco for Pro Hardware Stores! INTERIOR FLAT LATEX QUARTS. Regular 2.40. 1 OQ SALE.............................. GALLONS. Xigular 7.45. C 1Q SALE.............................. INTERIOR SEMI-GLOSS QUARTS. Regular 2.75. "9 1Q SALE.............................. 6.88 GALLONS. Regular 8.25. SALE................. INTERIOR FLAT LATEX Quick-drying, applied for walli and ceilings Self priming clean up with wottr. 2.59 8.88 REGENT INTERIOR FLAT LATEX PAINT Convenient Termsl QUARTS. Regular 3.70. SALE................ GALLONS. Regular 11.95. SALE.................. Interior Alkyd Semi-Gloss Stlf priming, oil base for all interior walli. Driei to a Satiny, waihablt finiih. HOYT'S ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL QUARTS. Regular 3.95. SALE E.79 OPEN TILL 9 P.M. GALLONS. R.Sular 12.90. Q 1Q THURS. AND FRI. NIGHTI cut W. 13 SALE Big Savings On Top Quality Finish! Super White Never yellows Washablel The right finiih for every room. FLAT ENAMEL 2.79 9.49 SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL 2.99 9.95 SALE ENDS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7TH You Always Do Better At: QUARTS. Regular 3.45. SALE....... GALLONS. Regular II.35. SALE QUARTS. Regular 3.45. SALE................ GALLONS. Regular 13.95. SALE................ Just Say CHARGE IT" DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 NORTH-IETHBRIDGE 324 13lh St. N. Phone 328-4441 ;