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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1946 Leavitt Project -r -r School Board and Ratepayers Co-operate in Pi Healthful Facilities for Kiddies of Community Highlights In The News SPORT NOTES Ught-heawweiglii champion, who A Canadian army signs! Maj. 5rask HidceH of Edmonton, who traversed 3.100 nules across lie nonirarest Arctic ixitn "expedition and bated "he race rnight Albert Jonnson. the UK ice with a of the Eiur Dean Acheian. state, eel States tronlc; secretary that the Cnit- jnvrte the United: Nations atomic energy mission 10 send and press observers 10 she atomic bomb tests in the Pacific. He sud _iae', malacy. _____ 1 1OUISYTLLK Churchill Downs J stewards announced suspenaoa of- i C trainer of Three Per Cent, which the first race Minister Ctifiev of Aus-, ihe Downs last "Wednesday. The I ardouricement said a report from the state chemist revealed the pres- ence of a drug ia a saliva specimen talks sn Loncon He is s taken from tie corse owned by Miss scheduled to talk with President! M. J. and C. E. Eeroolti of Losus- Truman Tiiurscay. I tiUe. formstio: he has told them. "No; crJv is there U-X. tioa of a United Nations! NSW Julius Bill- on freedom of in- ler of the New York. Supreme Court be proposed so the" gave the Mexican. Baseball HS hamlet of eight' es west of Cardston. has in-1 iled for their school. They enTirely at their cws expense, what Inspector A. B. Hren- te-ais, the most UD- to-cste. srd most adec.uate o. ''sciUties m the province. Tne in- spec'o- that o-her Kei "shcuic know how they cic itv why. ifr. VTsliiani Blackrcore. the nnscioal. is one of many tesch- who ssvi JOES understood with the grea; neec of JKairia school for more asd energj He their recreation, to soaie extent, snd, hiraseif s certifies instructor of physical education, is eorcuc'ire a course, to great sd- to broaden a pending atomic en- j xsw V-QHS Beginning next ergy control bill to ccver secrecy' Ieave jor sr. of other war weapons, such their Erst western trap, racsr. the Yankees will do all tiiesr ___by air. President Larry Mac- Phaii announced Tuesday nighc. i TOD shows Lea-.itt with its excellen" ectua- i; anc ec a shiny alum concrete base. This set-up, if purchased fr dealers, at. ore-war price, wain! cost nearly However, through j a crea: amount of plannog and j ini'-ative on the part of tne ooard. and with outstanding support, from Georges Clemenceau that csy. j The first strawberries of the appeared on the London Tuesday. Priced at three pence (about six cents) a berry, the supply disappeared TOHOXTO time is one reason why the Dominion ?oot- ball association is hardly Usely to Ke oat 01 the Mexican Football association to i haie a Canadian soccer team vj Mexico for a three-game series starting Msy 19. it was saic Tues- day by Tosa Holland, president of the Toronto and District Footoall association. to For many 5ears he scaocl ocarcs tn I_-eavitt the de- Difference Noticeable "I can fee a cLtference msetins la Julv. the school toarti'chatrman" OuieEo "nril- hams, his secretarr. Haloh Lean" arid Heed Olsen, assisned i to tnemse''.es the task of a noose- be because Communists" Communism Vets Strengthen Lacrosse Teams DOMINOES CHALK UP {B.C. Boxer Scores WIN OYERREGINA CLUB Two KnockouU In TORONTO, Mav in its peacetime stride, the senior diVTsiort of the Ontario Lacrosse As- sociation is looking fonvard to a great season after sis years of war- restricted operations Return of several outstanding plavers from the war has strength- ened all the senior Cath- arines Athie-ies, Miraico Mounaes. Hamilton Tiger. Toronto lake- shores. Brampton Excelsiors. Osven SauBd Georgians and OnlUa Ter- riers. Owen Sound Georgians, urhc open the new season May 14 agairss Tor- osito. lined up three hockev stars. They are Harry Lsimley, goalie for Detroit Red Wings of the NJSJL. Tommy Burlington, scoring star for manv seasons with Cleie- f lane "Barons in the AH-U. and Pat McCreavy. former Toronto St. Mich- ael's nra? Detror REGINA. Mar off in Regina on their home from Windsor with the Dominion senior men's basketball title tucked away, Victoria Dominoes trimmed Armv and Navy Yets of Regusa 68-33 last night in an exhibition game. Two thousand fans watched the champions pile up a 45-12 lead m the first hall. Tbe Victorians made a show of the rest of the way. T. Murphv. New York Sun baseball -writer trav- elling with Brooklyn Dodgers, said Tuesday in a special story that some of the "Dodger players are critical of the action taken by Club Presi- dent Branch Sicker in trying to halt the MeMcan League from luring his players away. Dominion Meet MONTREAL. May Almond: of New Westminster. made the best impression in Tues- day night's round of the three-xJay Dominion amateur championship tournament by scoring two techni- cal knockouts. The tall bantam- weight packs sleeping tablets in both Ssts and it took him to stop Clapton Kenny ol Ottawa to the first bout. He had a kule more trouble in the nest fight he scored another T.X.O.. sa the third round against Roger Gauvm of Que- bec City, a game battler who digest- ed a powenul dose of sleeping po- tion before he filially surrendered. 10 Canada, bat because "we have failed to give our people the homes they need, tiseful "work to do and that; stans from secari- Leslie Roberts. ipurn- to-hcuse cam ass ot the alist anc suthor, said is an address Seeks Western Soccer Federation conation lection close to to match pain; _____ being 100' iocs of automobiles were reported peV cent successful; from 45 families possible through a came 5420 JE cash Give Dance Beiirhted. the board sponsored a dance" writa net proceeds of S110. Folks entirely outside gave to the cause the district May WumiDcg Trzourie said in a sport pase storr todav that it under- stands there is strong sentsrnent wttiuti tne rsnks of the Manitoba Football association for a new soc- cer federation in Western Canada. j md embracc Columbia. Albena> and Mam- sional board Tras members nad beea domg wnac they t felt wcs possiale in the line 01 school and nlavcrounti imoroveinept. uncer a policy "of one piece of equip- ment tier school ner vear. But snr- red bv the sa-ris and energy in evidence at Leavitt they have no-- conceded to match, to a O- S450, the money raised for puroose ny 22? community m the divisiorL This eranl be paid at the rate of a roora each year j the S450 or less has been cover- j eel. Leavit "Wait Oseor goffer bettor fefeo. Tftrew in this package of crisp, cruachy Flakes 'n' it THAT comes out you better leave town" Fire at the horas of Mr. and Mrs. 5. V. C. Wheeler at Yeilpwkmfe, resulted in the death of their m- son. Paddy. Ail other mejs- oers of the family escaped unin- jured. drawa! from the Doanmon FtxnoaH associat-on last Friday. While ir ss felt ihis move may interfere with the oroaosed mter- proviricial series between Vancou- ver Xonh. Shore United and TVia- mpeg United "Westem here this sr. tne Tribitns said local soc- Organize Junior Rugby In East TORONTO :MEV Moms, coach of the Dominion champion Toronto Argonauts, last night" anrtourced organization of a junior Big Pour rugby league with the blessing and tinancial support of the Big Fcur senior gos. Hamilton Tigers, Ottawa and Montreal. Teams in the new jimior loop are Argos. Toronto Michaels. Osh- awa and Hamilton Tigers. Argcs and Tigers senior clubs are looking after junior teams, the St. Mikes club will have the support; of St. Michael's College, and the Osh- awa Junior club wil be backed ny Oshawa General Mo'ors which lorg has supported a junior hockey t-earn. CO4CH IEAATES BECAUSE OF HOrSING SHORTAGE SANTA CLARA, CsL, May housing shortage cost Santa. Clara Umversitv its football coach Mullms. celebrated halfback of Snute Eockne days. Mullins, in submitting his resig- nation, espiair.ed he saent the last five months tmng To find livmg quarters for his wife and six cml- dren, rmnng that time his wife and four daughters lived in a wh2e he and two sons liied tne university. Toronto used car dealers voiced cer fans have an idea Bnusb, Co- objecaon to prices board regulsuons i lumbia- too happy about re- rricTn cars comneTins them to sell used cars for "cash at ceiiirg prtces without cernaricmg a trade-in. Most deal- too nappy P.A- playdowns this sea- yonTe Joe! The Ifeile -rmfht toes my hat out agam bai shell never pert nitb. package of 3saliy-ncfe, sat-sweK Post's ?3akeB. ATKJ -s-hSe shtfs tooS? caressing 'em, TU sieat up- Kairs to bedT_ enough these Grape-Nets fbs? stick-to-yotzr ribs, too with