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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LfTHBRIPOE HKALD Snlvrdav. January 27. Three groups submit proposals in .ilhcrln Amateur sport would get boost from lotteries C__-f ANDY CUT EDMONTON iCF' P'ro- n application before '.lie posals by three groups to run lict'ariinei'.t to the hockey loueries in Alberu sim- sports federation "Spvr'.s- ibr to the English soccer pods loto Canada" lottery hero, are imder study by the A'to-- The Lions Club and the iv General's department, it c'.iih have also submitted announced Friday. proposals to operate their own Spoit Albena. a federation of Irenes similar to the MSF amateur athletic groups in Sp.jristeto which is in its set'- the province, and ire Common-' end full year of operation in wealth Games Foundation have Manitoba and is also played Ln UIG-KLIGHT PI for the weekend uii! be cniduals ire art of artificial flies for Scores o: these erad -he annual meeting of the Trap Club, at 1 have bectne experts p Sunday. January :s. uates and Dtrrij-E the past few the Lethbridse Trap Club has Try Before You Suy UP TO 3'3-DA1 MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE report -IT 15 ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN' VAN HORNS JACK WAKBURTON 5 07 A 7in STREET SOUTH _ row a" set for-he-E! Rancho L" Leihbridce Feb. its rree iij-ij-nj: ver.tor. to be held in Leth- each Sunday a; .Anyone v.-ith tying equip- along. It can'be taken home .And. the honors o' the best arain atter each session, or fish story cf the new year conclude tor the prctably to Pete Katan year. of Xcrth Leihbric're. Fete had It's hoped that Henderson a pike at Cross Cou- Lake -.vij owr. lor the it- c.eareG a ra: class and the tvers s'-culi -r' r-- be ret thresh thetr S-DKC. :.-e wer.t In tne meanrlme. it's how-i a_ -e sa-.v was a that so-c of the as into who to parricipa'.B. another on the ard ,-e t.y _-z ce his trochv. by the Hsh cornmtttes of free cf any charges The No! Pe'e 5c.-e.jls ire to be at tre _r; K; r-e -V27on clubrwrns en the comer cf orrVhis "hs-id. As a rr.atter O-.-er the years, tt has >-o-te. ct hi; ccTtmittee cf the rcajy to to that has'shOTin scores c: :r.- See.r a v.-_-.-j.-! Neuioundland and the North- west Territories. Proceeds from the lotteries would in all cases go to ama sport in the province Attorney general Men' Leitch said Friday his deport- ment u: looking at au- thority the prorincia! govern- ment has under the criminal code Io license such an activ- ity. Criminal code amendments in the area in 1969 left inter- pretation of the section dealing with lotieriej to the provinces A complicating factor also under study, said Leitch. is that the Manitoba Sports Federa- tion Sportstoto is paiemed aril has a national copyright The MSF gave the right to Sports Alberta and groups like it in other provinces to operate the Srortsioto h their provinces oc.ce approval vvas secured iron: provincial gcvtriv The is basod on the cuteorr.e of 13 hockey in three the National Hock- ey League. AVorid Hockey As- s-rciat'on, American Hock- ey League. Each '-veek. ''or 5'1 cer.ts. a pe-son can pick the o.rtcerne of the games and if ore person gets 13 he slo.OOiX Twelve risht u-ins -or one person would bring in and 11 u-Lns The more p-eople corrc-ctly, the shared. ;ust as b the Enj14sh soccer pools. Vrider previo'as Alberta in- the scheme is tier, o" '-be Cixie (Val- Ltg -v-'th cr participants can chose Ir a letter a --'ear ago to Ih.e Peace River Lions Guh crcaniied the Uons propcsal. "e'e a ru-ohaser or. tre of chance then th? scheme tnvcive a loiter.' rather than a strjatton and c-oulc be c for licensing. Attcrney-Getteral Ai Mack- lir; of Manitoba said his re- approved Sportstoto considerab.e srjdy by ce-1 parlment solicitors who said it, Leitch said a decision by his i provinces met in Victoria fmd was in iact a lottery and could j department would likely be approved an investigation into be licensed by the made soon. a co-operative loiter.' to raise ha Lotteries Commission. This, week, the four western funds lor sports, recreation, cuhure and leisure Horst Schmidt, Minister ol Culture. Youth and Recreatior who represented Alberta at -the meeting said a steering com- mittee will be set up io look at all aspects of lotteries and will report back to the prov- inces by the end of February, The move was made in anti- cipation of a national lottery planned by Quebec to fund the 1576 Montreal Olympics. Casper ahead but cautious PEBBLE BEACH. Calif. (API Billy Casper carried a stroke lead into today's third round of Crosby's National Pro-Ani golf tournament, but, he was far from overconfident. "There's a lot of golf Casper said. "Anything can happen in 3o holes.'1 a seven looked almosi puzzled ev-cli for third at 140 with Don Iver- son. Xicklaus had a 69 despite ME troubles on 17 Iverson put together a 68 at Pebble Beach, including an ekht on the 14ih hole. The group at !41 included Gibby Gilbert. Don Massenjale snrl former PGA champions XICMS 71 72. British Open champion Loe Trevino improved to a 70 for 144 u'hile Arnold rutted three limes and well back vvv.h a INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS G AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lowe; Floor 517 4lti Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 '.vi'.h 3 65-07-133. 11 af'er t'-vo rounds. OrviTe >-'Axiy. who has lisJ in 'ho vcars SLHCO iiM-' r.S Open C2.T-? the pack uith a 66 to take second c: who won fL-s: x.'i and ivas fa- vored io do it asab. was tied SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT FOR UNIVERSITY mC 1973 SPRING and SUMMER SESSIONS (May 14-June 26 end July 3-Augusl 17) In to coupes on bv 'u-e F cf Arts end Science, Business, E c.-.d The Sc'nco's of Education end the SDec'cl :es ere plc-ned: SPRING A-c-'-EC'cgicc' fislc Scuco! s NSE! Fc s, SUMMER -r S'L'diss IT Sc-'cri DEADLINES v o, For a calender and information On special prograrnmti contact: Spring end Summer Sessions Division of Continuing E ducal ion The University of Co.garf Cclgary, Alberla T2N 1N4 [Phone 28i-5d31} Fight Inflation Shop these Specials at THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT "CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE MONDAY and TUESDAY, JAN. 29th and 30th SWIFT'! BROOKFli CANADA DRY NO. GRADE WINK, ORANGE, GINGER ALE 30 liq, bottles Ib, a PLUS DEPOSIT WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL CLOSING TUESDAY, JANUARY 30th NO. 2 GEMS OR REDS SWEET AND JUICY MEXICAN 4-lb. bag ;