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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2- BACK PAGE HcaT One Sandwich LOST FLIERS FOUND OWN FOOD IN NORTH LETHBREDGE HERA1D out down what proved to be the Sffloky river. goins too rough. os ijiC river bank so we had to ni-aBc on the ice 15 a rac? see whether we" would make i- before the ice went we didn't. Both ol us fell tiroes when the ice gave war. Oae morning I had to s-A-iia for Highlights In The News and bottled milk can be im- Peter tom. By chiiled water White CP.C-. Middlesex Vancoaver citvlouacil will send! P'aas to set up com- a resolution to the siaiiag that vaa-j T opposed to the provincial 1 proved by aeration. Dr. Schluaibohni, a New York chemist, into the out did they get mixed up deliberately to tantalize me? An accountant's office is no place for a person-who feels Beadachey aad listless all the time. I.know. ..that's howl nsed to be. "Then friend suggested trying Keilogg's 30-day test. Am I glad I did! That simple change of diet really helped me keep fit. Feel grand during hours, and after, too. And 36 KeHogg's ever taste goodl" Make this 30-DAY TEST In a 3 times many housewives voted "KeUogfe's" their favourite Bran Flakes as named any other brand. Look for the golden-yellow try the thrifty tise. 1. If you're III see your doctor! But if yoa just feel dull and headachey, you may only be suffering from incom- plete elimination. Especially if you're over 35. Here's how one simple change diet can help you keep fie 2. Start right now to eat Kellojsg's Bran Flakes every morning. No harsh doses___just keep fit the nataral way! more of the "hulk" your system needs by eating delicious, gently. rlaxative KeHogg's Bran Hakes Wita Other Parts Of Wheat. 3. Just thirty should prove to you how grand it is to feel aiert, to have the energy for all the extrz you'd like to do. You'll want to go oa Keeping fit the Keilogg way! Keep fit with Kelhgg's every day in the year ur. was conducted which failed to verily taese coaciu- sions. -The "-esults of our tests snowea that corn, cottonseed, olive, peanut and sovbeaa oils as well as commer- cial margarine were all equally ef- ficacious ia promotmg growta, savs Dr DeueL" No difference in rate of growth of experimental rats was noted after three, six- and twelve weeks. Dr. Deuel and associate concluded that "all tats were equally efficient ia promoting j growth "aad" that the gaia ia weight was in no case merely the result of an undue deposition of fat. Esoenaiental rais but- ter to vegetable oil, because 01 but- ter's flavor. But the butter flavor can be given to fats and oils by j adding a little pure diacetyL Thus fooled, the rats ao longer preferred butter-containing diets. t j Three vears sgq the New Tori j Academv'of Medicine recommended j that all oleoaiargarines be foni- j fied with vitamin A, that fats and oil used to offset the accessary of butter for civilian use, that federal and state laws which restrict the manufacture aad distribution of margarine be sus- pended for the duratioa of the but- ter crisis. Similar conclusions were reached bv the Food and Nutrition Board of" the National Research Council in August, 1943. DIGGING THEM UP CProm the Manchester Guardian) The latest meddling with the; bones of the departed great has just been reported from TJpsala. where the tomb of Gusiavas I has been, opened, and we are told that, an x-ray examination shows that he suffered from "serious disorders" which are supposed to account for various eoisodes ia his career. Now, presuraabiv, historians aad biogra- phers will be all for further ia- vestieations cf the kiad oa which new "theories may be built, new books issued, aad new royalties gained from book and film. We have cone little ia that sort of fning over the case of Charles I. for instance, whose tomb at. "Windsor was, sacrilegiously as many thought, opened by Sir Henry i Half ore and a portioa removed of the fourth cervical vertebra severed' axe. That was ia 1813. The relic was given to the of j "Wales ia 1888 and he returned it' to the tomb. On Christmas morning my little daughter was downstairs opening her aackages before any oae eise was out of bed. To my surprise. I heard her singing the Happy Bitrh- dav song. "Happy Birthday on Christmas I thought, j amused that, while she was aware of festivitv in the elr, she was con- fused as "to the occasioa. But as she sang oa, I realized it was I. who had been confused. "Sappy j Birthday, dear Jesus." the little Work to protect you TO Send yoi Campaign err MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN CHILDREN'S "HI TWO J GU Weil-built shoes for leather uppers in Blucher SIZES TO heels and welt SIZES 12 M to lea ther-soles a aries of teachers and research workers or it will lose the best members of those groups. Dr. H. 3 Cody chancellor of the "EJniver- si'tr of Toronto, said in Toronto ia voice caroled. "Happy Birthcay to his fiaal report as president of the you." ContnoUied to Readers university. Two Toronto James Green aad Norman "O. each Saed and costs for selling meat at above ceiling prices. The aanouncemeat- of the opening a monthly passenger ship service Digest by Phoebe Berk. BUY rr Etrr BONT .USE IT (Bdsar Andrew Collard in the Montreal Gazette) Although Sir William Christopher Macdonald was the Tobacco King of Canada, he was strangely iaiol- j _r service eraat of the use of tobacco. Oae force 3. Civil service IB ITOU- nur. a-orav dad. Many goverameat the windows, put away- your i pipes, hide your he shouted. "All said Dr. Eve, "but what is the "Hurry i urged Rutherford, "Macdoaald is coaiiag round to the As Dr. Eve, later recalling the in- cident, cotnmeated: "We were all, men and laboratory, dependeat oa the sale of tobacco, but to use it was a crime." Italians Buying Much Canadian War Equipment ROME. April _ Italy is taking over vast stores of j of tne WO7S1 features of the j military equipment from the British j housing shortage is that it forces so aad United States government j manv peoole to live with their in- which she hopes will enable her to j a f Crin of torture which, rapid- i normal conditions. i ]y turns them iato j Canadian equipment left behind Examiner. u-hea the 1st Canadian Corps left j the countrv more than a year ago is x included in the deal. Value of the Canadian stores Is unavailable nere j Tsisaec rooms, vvui oe genuema 1 one article of the peace treaty, j jor jjxs- weeks, then married. i Though ao public announcement j 1 has beea made government offic- j The personnel manager asked the t !als believe the cost will be between j youthful ex-iieatenant. what busi- 30 aad lire j ness experience he had, "None." was i I (.si44.000.COO to the reply. "I just got out of col- j --------_ legg -R-hen the war started." "WciJ. what kind of job do you think you could i Thri. type witi corduroy per or bt liaec, p: Saad. gr Sizes 34 HINGLE ISTAIN Protect your roofing It is mixed from care Comes ia colors of gr Imperial G Five Impex Men's White Linen Handkerchiefs j Monty's Canadian Visit In August i ___--------------- T.ONDON. April Cable) Marshal Viscount 3 breezed .g execu dency, for instance. the applicant. I "something executive, A vice-presi- 1 The partner looked thoughtful "I i uess lets us he answered. guess i -Field Marshal Viscount Montsom- _y hav 12'vice- i cry will visit Canada aest Aagusu he told Canadian rnembers of his' '-nic'cx-louie waved a r i he told Canadian, mcinoers ui cx-louie waved a hand aoa- i i staff at Bad Oeynnausen, Germany, i chalantly. -oh- that-s -551 he before leaviasr ius not there last week. ____ (John Straley, in Investment Deal- j ers' Digest. AUSTRALIAN BIRDS Australia possesses an Good quality linen handker- chiefs, bleached to sao'svy white- ness and finished -with wide hemstitched edges. About 17 inches square. Excellent value! Each............... 50c EATON'S, Main Floor W. SOC1 Summertn from mercer Botany wool ed with elas Natural sizes 9 to K EATON( BRANCH STOR i nary varietv of birds, including vast nocks of bnliianUy colored parrots land cockatoos. BOTTLED MILK f New York Times) I Convinced that, the taste of tap' iNEWSPAPERl ,'SPAPERf ;