Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 23

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: 32

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) - September 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, September 73, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 Face B.C. Lions Tiger-Cats Plan Surprise VANCOUVER (CP) Ottawa team-mate, Mar- ton Tiger-Cats Irave a little Adkins, in the eastern fensive surprise planned which Hamilton won by fleet flanker Vic allowing a single touchdown. and British Columbia Lions to night, something they hope Washington lines up a his flanker position tonight, he' be good enough to give himself playing head-u sole possession of second Hamilton linebacker Bo in the Eastern Conference of A few yards further Canadian Football will be cornerbac It's the defence the Williams; who will be re- used successfully three for Washington after ago against Washington's is finished bumping him stride at the line of serin mcge. know all about said Hamilton head coach Joe Hestic, Tuesday. "We played against him in the East. Vic will have get by someone up front be- he worries about beating Williams." Hamilton with eight imports on defence, plans to give Wash- and Jim Young plenty o double coverage. Garney Henley is expected to draw the pri- job of looking after The Lethbridge Sugar who caught two long touchdown passes last week in roster for the coming 23-22 loss to Saskatche- reached seven Tuesday ning with the signing of 4 INTERCEPTIONS comer Ken has intercepted four Manager Syd Hall made this season and is consi- announcement on Dodd one of the most danger- stated he felt the men in the CFL when re- would add needed an interception, as Ihe punch to the Sugar King especially head coach up. Dodd is knov too well. Dodd hails from Trochu, last time Hamilton visitei where he played last year the Lions had a the midget ranks. During lead late in the game season with the Trochu Parker at quarterback. he tallied 41 goals and Parker tried a pass that picked off by a Hamilton He stands 5'10" and weighs 175 pounds, a good size for who quickly lateralled out to the speedy Henley. The result was another loss in a dis- left 1968 B.C. season. Meanwhile the Kings, are going better this this year will toil in the for the Lions, tied tor sec- berta Junior Hockey League, have too exhibition place in the West with Cal-jary. Saskatchewan is in fron games scheduled for the six pouits. ing plan one change to- Friday evening the Kings Bookie Ed C h a 1 u p k a entertain Bert in at guard for all-star Mount Royal College Danychuk, who has the at at the Arena. The gars are a new entry in Lions will be missing only Alberta Junior Hockey tackle Wayne Dennis, this season having replaced out his second consecu- Calgary game with a lib injury. Monday evening the game at 8 pjn. MST will host Calgary be carried on the full CTV aba at the Arena at network. have a working agreement with tins Centennials and a pair former Sugar Kings will be in the line-up for the Set Len Frig will be on the blue-Hne for the Centennials Norcrest Dave Shardlow will patrol left wing Norcrest Little Tickets for the All-Stars, who last game will go on sale won the Western Canada from p.m. at the League title and were Friday from five through beaten for the Cana- with Mount Royal, title, will be honored at a day 4-6 p.m. and Monday Thursday evening. until game banquet, hosted by the Season tickets will also be of Lethbridge, will be for at these times. Season team members and their et holders are reminded The banquet will be have until 6 p.m. Monday at the Marquis Hotel at six pick up their Bowling CAP HI AND SPEEDY'! Smlthson 234; Flo Rolllngsofl Hv Krauts 268 Dora Lorraine Klrcliner 120; Isabel UJ; Gloria Pearson 253; Frances 334 Isabella Sawchok ris 358 Vera NIcholls Anne Martin 290; Jean Koskoskl Sudo 336; Renate Walser Gladys Tunbrldge 224; Helen Nina Slndlihger Vrldene 258; MirJ smith 330; Jean Conlnx 229; Lydla 225. SCHOOL! HOOF AND Lohuls 275; Rick Maclean 157; Stgrld Donkln 355; J. Campbell Prlndle 180; Bev Passey 162; Fred Ometuslfc 229; Eunice David rn Woolf 13S; Sandra Hamilton 138; L. DcJagar 249; Bertha OmelusIK Maclean 130; Lynn Pearson Ken David 233; J. Thomson 233; GaoM Krokosh 124; Mlka Serla HutSken'239; Jean PasseV GORDIES Tafc Katakaml 355 Sam Yamada 268; Sam Glrardl 310 dl 365 Darwin Romanchuk Cheryl Donaldson 217; Ted Tell- Bert Maze! 309; Bruno Baceda 291; Bob Thomson 271 Dill 276; Annette Furo 226; Geo Furo 268; Conrad Arnold 237. ton 300 Randy Wolsfoncroff Larry DuMontier 25fi; Norm Tolley 261; Hugh Christie Del Humolos 536; Agnes POC78 567 Marlon Tolley 216; Gerda Van 232; Lucy Miller 228; Norm Tol- 270; Carole Homulos 253; Rob 221; Lyle Young 225. Y.B.C. BANTAMS Harvle Pocza 287 Michael 323; Gordon Syme 166; Rod Trip 233; Darren Pepper 154; Lori -tamilton 166; Darcy Tamayose 154; Robin Slanlon 154; Diane Rolllnson Bev Salmon 127; Debbie Szabo KAMLOOPS, B.C. (CP) Cathy Roberts 131. Defenceirran Jim JUNIORS AND SENIORS Cindy Terry 211; Delorey Pocza 210) scored two goals Tuesday nighl as Calgary Centennials of Smeed 214; Linda MalconMsn 236; Nadlne Kovacs Brian son 247; Les Erlckson 223; RanJy Joe- Western Canada 235; Darwin Romanchuk UT> League skated to a 4-1 Henderson 240; Melody Ives 98; Glen Nellson 701. tion victory over Kamloops Rockets of the British ADULTS Henry Zdun 267; Ken Malcomson 75 Doug Chrlslle 272; Randy bia Junior Hockey League. About 800 spectators 263; Rod Pozca 252; Gall Hedbera 267; Linda Malcomson 263; and! KeturaKIs 236; Marie Waselenak the game between the Sharlene Harker 302. and their parent INDUSTRIES Bill Hamilton 262; Abe Plett 251; Other Centennial scorers Ballnt 240; Linda Malcomson Gary Howatt and Don Ken Malcomson 308 lohn Sharp 261; Randy Wolstoncrott 260 "eeanor 'pen'on Fought Louis Zezulka May Hlebert SENIOR CITIZENS Frank Richards 314; Henry Becht- 278; Bert Madlll 2S8; Hugo Mll- 254; Len Halmrasl 341; Lew Met-ger 215; Scotty Mulr 210; Jim Whelan 01; Bill Jensen 228. SOCIAL In Junior High School Negaard 373; Harvey Krause 68; Karl Noak 313; Jennie Wieb! cer action last evening the Tim Burr 233; Charlie Beech 58; Larry DuMontier 231; John Me- Basil's crew and 525; Isabel Orslen 213; Faya Ter- fought to a M 207; Brad Elder 358. ST. Mlf.E'1 HOSPITAL Glen Van Eucrn notched Roth 230; Beryl Smith JSJ; St. Basil's marker and D. Nagata 2J7; Isabelle Gordon 3; Jim Tomson 325; Ed Gilchrlst erson booted in the lone Roy Per.ninglon 226; Bill Koly. ton 252; Sandl Kolyshor 215; Percy mllh 513; Jot Mtuarn 200. SAL A Large Selection Of Our Merchandise Is Going At Tremendous Savings We Are Preparing To Move To Our New Location In CENTRE VILLAGE MALL SAYINGS OF UP TO 50% THURSDAY 9 DOORBUSTER FREE 45 R.P.M. Records TO THE FIRST 100 CUSTOMERS TRUCKLOAD FREEZER SALE CORONADO 21995 199 IS CUBIC FOOT FIBREGLASS 23 CUBIC FOOT FIBREGLASS Reg. 244.95. IB CUBIC FOOT FIBREGLASS Reg. 209.95. ____ .95 SMALL APPLIANCES DISPIAY STOCK ONLY MILKER VACUUM PUMPS AND TEAT WASHER Was 75.00. Now............... G.E. FRYPAN Reg. 25.98.................... CORONADO TEFLON FRYPAN Reg. 18.95.................... CORONADO FRYPAN Reg. 15.SO................... WESIINGHOUSE ELECTRIC KETTLE Reg. 11.88.................... CORONADO HAIR DRYER Reg. 14.50.................... WAFFLE IRON (TEFLON) Reg 19.50.................... CORONADO PERCOLATOR 11.99..................., C.E. MIXER Reg. 24.95..................., DOMINION MIXER Reg. 16.00................... CORONADO MIXER Reg. 12.SO..................... CORONADO CAN OPENER Reg. 14.50..................... CORONADO CAN OPENER 13.50..................... CORONADO STEAM IRON Reg. 17.95..................... CORONADO ELECTRIC KNIFE Reg. 20.95................... WESTBEND 36 CUP PERCOLATOR Rig. 18.95..................... KINDNESS HAIRSETTER Ria. 33.95..................... SAMSON DOMMINION HAIRSETTER Reg. 23.95..................... SAMSON DOMINION HAIRSETTER Reg. 15.95..................... SAMSON DOMINION BLENDER Reg, 28.95..................... FARMCREST PRESSURE SYSTEM Reg. 157.95. NOW.............. PLAIN BUILDING PAPER Reg. 2.69. NOW................ Vi H, P. ELECTRIC MOTOR BALL BEARING 99 OO AND SHAFT Reg. 25.95. NOW........ CC.OO POWER HUMIDIFIER Reg. 54.95 NOW TRACTOR UMBRELLA 1QQC. 1 ONLY Reg. 24.50. NOW I HI CAPACITY WELDER 4 CO Efl Reg. 223.25. NOW I OO.JU 2 ONLY WHEELBARROWS Reg. 18.49. NOW CORONADO 4 SLICE TOASTER Reg. 24.50. NOW 45.00 23.88 16.88 13.88 10.88 12.88 17.88 9.88 22.88 J4.88 11.88 13.88 12.88 15.88 ...18.88 16.88 28.88 ..21.88 13.88 24.88 135.95 1.98 I2.88 48.88 14.88 21.88 AUTO AND SPORTS 6 ONLY TOOL BOXES Reg. 4.89. NOW.............. I ONLY BARBECUE Reg. 19.98. NOW 1 ONLY BARBECUE Reg. 9.98. POLY POOLS 30 GAL. SIZE Reg. 3.66. NOW.............. ENTIRE STOCK OF GOLF SETS REDUCED ENTIRE STOCK OF FISHING GEAR REDUCED CHECK FOR OUR MANY SAVINGS IN OUR AUTO AND TOOL DEPT.. ENTIRE STOCK OF SUMMER TOYS PRICE TRAILER HITCHES PARTS MISSING Reg. 14.95. NOW GOIP CARTS Reg. 16.98. NOW 3.50 4.99 1.88 25% 25% ,UT 7.25 12.88 FINAL FURNITURE CLEARANCE ALL THIS MERCHANDISE MUST GO SAVE 17.00 1 Only Swivel Chair Reg. 69.95. NOW SAVE 30.00 2 Only Rocker Re-diners Reg. 99.95. NOW SAVE 30.00 1 Only Rocker Reg. 69.95. NOW SAVE 5.95 1 Only Rocker Reg. 49.95. NOW 52.95 65.00 39.95 44.00 SAVE 20.00 1 Only Dinetle Suite Reg. 159.95. NOW SAVE 10.00 1 Only Dinette Suile Reg. 134.95. NOW SAVE 20.95 1 Only Dinette Suito Reg. 119.95. NOW 139.95 124.95 99.00 SAVE 15.00-1 Only Western Style Chair and ftn Matching Racking Chair. Reg. 84.00. NOW OO.UU SAVE 20.00 1 Only Recliner i fid OC Reg. 129.95. NOW.................. I U3.3O 6 Only Chain NOW............................ SAVE 56.00 I Only Bedroom Suite Reg. 284.95. NOW SAVE 60.00 1 Only Bedroom Suile Reg. 289.95. NOW 9.88 SAVE 20.90 1 Only Chesterfield OOQ ft ft Reg. 249.90. NOW 169.00 209.00 269.90 SAVE 30.50 1 Only Davenport Reg. 199.50. NOW SAVE 50.00 1 Only Chesterfield Reg. 259.95. NOW SAVE 30.00 1 Only Chesterfield Reg. 299.90. NOW All Record Player! NOW AVE 10.00 1 Only Bedroom Suits 4 OQ ftft leg. 199.00. NOW I O3.UU Q QC 30 off Regular Prlc. SAVE Reg. SAVE 13.93 1 Only Record Cabinet Reg. 53.86. NOW 25% All Carpet] NOW REDUCED All Pictures NOW REDUCED TO SAVE 1.00-2 Only Dinette Chairs Reg. 5.88. NOW............... '2 the Regular Pries 4.88 off Regular PRESTONE ANTI FREEZE GALLON Reg. 2 99 SAVE 7.95 1 Only Baby Carriage A1) ftft Reg. 49.95. NOW "tfc.WU All Suit Coses and Brief Cases Ofl NOW REDUCED W off Reg. Price All Pole lamps, Swag lamps, Bed Lamps, Table lamps NOW REDUCED off Regulai CLOTHING VISIT OUR BARGAIN BAR FOR OUR MANY UNADVERTISED ITEMS SAVE 4.15 Men's PantJ. Sizes 32-38. Assorted colors. Reg. 6.66. NOW........ SAVE 2.49 Men's Khaki Work Pants. Reg. 4.49. NOW...................... SAVE 4.16 Men's or Boys' Boot Pants Reg. 6.66. NOW................... SAVE 2.55 Men's Golf Jackets. Sizes S, M, L. Reg. 5.55. NOW SAVE 2.97 Boys' Permanent Press Fonts. Sizes 8-T6. Gold and Charcoal. Reg 4.97. NOW SAVE .98 Girls' or Boys' Short Sleeve Sweat shirt. Sizes S, M, L, Reg. 1.98. NOW...... SAVE 4.79 ladies' Scooler Skirl. Sizes 10-16. Reg. 7.29. NOW........................ SAVE 1.44 Children's Scooter Skirt. Sizes 2-6. Reg. 2.44. NOW......'................'.; SAVE .88 Children's Pant Dress Reg, 1.88. NOW........................ SAVE 1.8] Girls' Jumper. Sizes 10 and 12. Reg. 4.82. NOW........................ Asorfment of Purses Reg. 1.99 3.98. NOW Table Centers. 22 Only. Reg. .99. NOW........................... 2.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 2.00 1.00 2.50 1.00 1.00 3.00 off ,66 Toques Men's and Boys' Reg 1 59 NOW Men's Pants. 25 Pair. Reg 5 98. NOW Men's Pants. 26 Pair. Rea. 4.44. NOW ladies' and Child's iL 68 Pair Only. I PRICE Boys' Pants. 735885 Blue, olive, gold. 32 Pair. A ftrt Size 8-16. Reg. 5.66. NOW "t.UU Boys' Pants. 735875. Blue and Gold. 16 fair. O Cfl Sizes 8-18. Reg. 4.98. NOW W.WU Jr. Boys' Caps, Assorted 20. Reg. 99e. NOW 25 Pair Asf. Running Shoes. Men's, Boys' ladies', Girls' PRICE 10 Pair Boys' Oxfords, Reg. 5.88. NOW 0 QC fc.W J 2J Pair Boys' Oxferds, O Eft Reg. 4.98. NOW fciVU 1 A A I Puddle Pants. 108 Pair. Reg. 2.29. NOW COSMETIC BAGS. 15 only. Reg. 1.29. NOW FAMILY SHOPPING CENTRE 426 6TH STREET SOUTH OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. ;