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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE ELEVEN 'Varsities Plan War Memorials By FRED KEENER (Canacsan Press Staff Writer) High on the agenda of expansion facilities, tte question of memorials is still to cocsiderec by manv Canadian universities. Topic of "much, debate at administrative council curing ihe past academic year. cents, faculty and graduates alike agreed." that memorials to commemorate the sacrifice of their for' these have been raised by sub- scription, in some cases with the help of government grants. STADIUM Three Mantime provinces insti- tutions have almost completed their memorials. At St. Rrancis Xawer University, Antigoaish, 2J.S., a foot- ball stadium ss expected to be reacy for autumn use this year. It "scul Metal Lab is Active In Peace By .ANDY KOSS (Canadian Press Stail Writer) OTTAWA, May ed tremendously to back up Caca- autumn use this year. It toil ec treaiencousiy to oacs. UP tfee university's second "living Qian munitions proauction the aortal." First Great War dean bureau of mines has Uimeo. to the memorial. having been honored when arti- ficial ire rink was buiit. McGlii University plans call for at addition to the Sir Arthur Cur- ne memorial gymnasium and builc- ss soon as A student union building is to be added to the University of Sas- at task of keeping the mines and mesa! nxanufacturers Dominion's in the forefront of world competition in the development of new alloys uses for them. One of its mauy branches, the phvsical metallurgical research la- boratories, was opened in 1939 three permanent engineers and one Xow housed in a mod- O.C. Govt. Would Work Gold Vein LONDON. May 16. If gold found j "Of course she has. "Where have you been and what {is so near time for slim have jou been asked Solly she settled her -wings in place Now that it nesting she can't see a. nest without stopping to have a look at it. Can yoo, my Teeter seems to like K here very camous at man. uuuseu in a iiimi- _ Al- i ern. three-store-, building en Booth HoUSCWlVCS May s-----. engulfs and. in- 5 Co; traditional cenotaph variety of the previous war. A survey by The Canadian Press today showed" that half-dozen major universities already have started their memorials, ranging from stu- residences to stadia to schol- arship funds. The others have made plans though many of these are in the formative stage. Ideas for "living memorials were union bsiUd- irgs: gymnisia: scholarship, burs- ary and" loan funds; proiessorshios in" peace: stadia: recreation builo- inss; auditona and residences. Fsir.cs laboratory assistants, a Most are practical men YOU NEED MORE LIVER BILE ffrtt frify, fit UHI Be Witt HftA jwr (tti and pinks jest Wj's kniidts, IMS ef efierff- kcalik tMt 4 TMT lint aad gel needed Camb's Ihet tiblcit. M {am fafe ui herfe. FRUITATIVES o be spent on a stacimn vj i ical education buOding at the TJni- ec of Manitoba. ________ array minute and at Mexico nas decid- _ to diinlicate the entire set-up. To the layman, seems a baffling assembly of mon- strous, roaring, awesome things; some delicate, beautiful, intricacies. MAGNESIUM ALLOYS One field demanding much at- tention is the mvriad possible uses for the new magnesium alloys. One- third lighter than aluminum, mag nesium was first used on a large Hog Production Cut 2S Per Cent EDMOKTON, May 75 oer cect of seeding in the Edmonton district has been com- pleted, the crop report of the pro- vincial department of agriculture said Wednesday. Wheat acreage in the area will be increased eight, per cent cut coarse gram acreages trill be reduced. development, which bids fair innge much." he added- "We are just stopping cier for' a day or two Our saaxccer hocae" is farther realiec Sollv. "We? you say ques-, Peter. "Of course. Mrs. is around 1 somewhere. Site likes to look around. Here she cosv-s; replied Sollj. i Stire enough, from ciown Laugh- j ing Brook below the Sicihng Peol. Mav Cable) came Solly's double. It Kellogg's is the greatest name in cereals! Here's ihreddrsl uhole uheal in ai taft-to-txt form' Mjtie from (-itiadwn uhole uheal shrftltled, craped, curled Keilogg's Krumbla bare a ffjioHr that's different: Mode m London, SAVE TIME...SAVE FUEL...SAVE FOOD! is, w ;