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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THUESPAY.tMAY THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN Siesta Preferable ITALIANS DONT KNOW WHERE TO BEGIN By BOSS (Canadian Press Staff Writer) iidviBg; up after a. cyclone, siffi are ]as a loss where to begin. Mean- ROME. May j while a siesta or a bit of music and The roacslgns which, guided Cana- dian troops to their sectors of the Italian front still mark the Cana- dian route through the rugged peninsula more than year after tae 1st Canadian Corps pulled out for northwest Europe and the final stages of the war with Germany. Old 1st division signs, faded red patches in their corners, betray the trail In Siciiv and southern Italy. West and north of Ortona they give vray to the once-familiar a glass of wine is not a bad thing. But the scars of uar are evident everywhere. Battle-damaged farm- houses are merely temporarily patched. Some dwellings are m- gemously contrived from ruins. En- tire areas of towns err aloud for attention. The Senio rner dike in tae Po valley area west of Ravenna, the last front manned by the Canadi- ans in Italy, is entirely as the Sea- forth Highlanders, of Vancouver, and the Loval Edsnonton Regiment Frenchmen Cast Ballots Sunday Exams LEFT HAND CORNER This Week (Continued from Front (By ROSS -RO Candian Press two, EDMONTON. May O> Final J examinations at University of] Alberta in all faculties except medi- j doae Staff Writer.) i amidships that added four feel to PARIS. May j length of the ship, and the up- Treneh voters go to the polls next i per structure of the vessel was Sunday to approve or reject the new f The effect of this job mil coL'stitution drawn up for them the Chejenne to carry an tie national constituent assembly, i additional 250 tons of paper" and If they approve, general elections i 39 000 bushels of gram ca her next June Z will give them their Jirst voyage. real assembly since 1840. If they do j TIIC alteration required the roost not accept the consitutipn. another j careful planning, and not only did constituent assembly will be elected everything pass OS without a who wilS receive their de- and will stare ail over again to drais but it was done in one day. When I Krees at the comocatiori exercises put their books and notes away, at, until results are knotm some- tune toward the middle of May. Medical examinations continue, until Friday and firsi and second t vear applied scier.ce students write', their survey school examination Sa- turday, ending fiis aeeks." practical of 300-odd graduating another constitution. MAJOR SPIJT u it was one in one ay. grees a the necessary cutties had been 13 j Mav 13 win oe made known cur- done. 26 heavy jacks set to work jjV tne second week is May. Re- The referendum sees ft major and hoisted the pilothouse, the for- lor ucder-graduaies will be split amone the three main sard crews" living accommodation. J published in the graduation parties with the communists and the deck, masts and cargo booms, j or Gateway, expected to t with the KUiaber 17. while tiie roads I lefs it the morning after winning socialists in uneasy partnership all in one operaaon. Marvellous j from Ravenna across the Apen- their last Italian battle. J against the Mouvensent Republican to relate, eierv hole fitted exactly, i nines still show the secret lettered boards which led the corps to Pisa and Uvomo (Leghorn) for em- barkation to join the 1st Canadian Army. SIESTA IS BETTER The scene along the routes fol- lowed by the Canadians offers a reasonable cross-section of the Italy Florence is busy displaying her j populaire. The first two parties, Many jobs of ship surgery were i are treasures. Hopng U> welcome she constitution adopted while J carried out in British arid Amen- the first tourists next..year, she is {the and the right and centre cans yards during the war. New 1 putting back tae statues to the j groups are opposed to it. about May 11. -seek soose appear men who started varsity last Jan- i uary. returned to lectures after a .bows, new stems or new middle Piazza Delia Signoria ano the psc- i bv drafted on mercantile i tures the Uffizi gallery which is j during the oast' and warships that had Ueen iorpe- mid-term vacation. These being repaired. of 1946. The people, like a man' works of art. Milan, which Canadian troops J never saw. is similarly restoring her seven months aims as providing Czechs Appreciate Canadian Loan PRAGUE. May products are helping Czechoslova- kia's recovery with wheat, food, seed, agricultural implements, army trucks, clothing and metal. Canada has granted Czechoslova- kia a loan along with for carrying charges and Czech reoresentatives are buying Dominion wheat. About bushels have been delivered to Prague, officials said recently. Foreign Minister Jan Masaryk said: "The Canadian loan was es- pecially helpfuL" The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration also is bringing in some Canadian grain.' TRUE DEMOCBAC1- SHOWX IX COCRT VICTORIA. May The princiales of democracy were dis- played in police court when Magistrate Henry yesterday C. Hall found it, necessary to impose a fine upon himself. The police court Jurist who has levied thousands of fines agaiuss motorists who violate car parking regulations, had to dig down in his pocket for for a like Infrac- tion. Outside the court room, the mag- istrate laughingly blamed his wife. who. he said, had been given a ticket for narking his car on a driveway. "And she contemplated coming down and fighting the- charge. It was a rather touchy spot for he said. EXTRA TASTY BREAD! BECAUSE IT'S FULL-STRENGTH this active fresh Yeast goes light to work. No extra steps! And Heischmann's fresh Yeast makes bread that tastes sweeter, is lighter, finer-textured tvery IF YOU BAKE AT HOME get Heischmann's active fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow label. tested faror- ite for over 70 years. MADE IN CANADA write their final exanuna- at the end of July and will in their second year of courses with, the regular class in Septem-; try renowned for frequently chang- 1 ing cabinets. IK contrast, with the! Canadian and United states i tutions, it would concentrate esecu- tive. administrative and judiciary j control in a single national assem- j bly. This is its most striking lea- j ture Under the proposed constitution the assembly elects the president of France, whose powers would be so reduced that he would be a mere figurehead. It elects the premier. appoints the and of lhe "c Scottish coast. The two fell apart, and the ship loss But 4he ne'ir "Qspita! will have 500 seds. i lit will care for ail the usual types] I of cases: general medicine, BUT- j gerv. and so on. A further 350: WPTP toieiher Patients, in Bee4 of medical care and the ship waTas good as ROt confined to bed. will live i in hostels, or village hotels. j J Workshops, set in park-like sur- i magistrates, and controls appoint- ments in the armed forces. XO SECOND CHAMBER There would be no second cham- ber. Two councils would take the senate's council of the French union and the economic I council. However, they would be merely advisory and consultative bodies France has no division of federal and provincial rights as in Canada. Better Canned Chicken Seen OTTAWA. May 2 price adjustments and standardiza- tion of contents of canned chicken nOne amf olher-s 2t. the tench l Jig saw tendon to the armlets bearing the letters MJP. "Iliafs wha: I call sensible." she said. -Its much better for them to loom, or pouery wheel. Those who are disabled will be taught how to regain use of their bodies by clever i specialists in occupational therapy, j patrol the streets than to waste Pars of health village is to breath in the House of Com- reserved for handicappeo. cnil- dren of the district who will be taught in the hospital wards and who. if able to get up, will attend THE VILLAGE SMITHY (Christian Science To a boy. the blacksmith shop an awesome place. Here was power and strength. By the clank of his hammer, the Smith could flatten the tpughesj piece of steel. was a ;t in the the village schooL FEIXBERG FOILED CHICAGO. May (iP) Feinbers was driving his automo- whole There were biting but pleasant smells of red-hot steel under the hammer, sizzling horseshoes pressed against hoofs, and soft coal bum- otter SST iSXSs ing imder forced draft. were announced yesterday by the j the new i i? as it should be. but today's v I machine shop with its constant. pries board. order would generally raise the quality of canned chicken dinners by requiring that they must contain "not less than two ounces of non- comminuted boneless poultry meat per 16-oance container" and no heart, liver or gizzard could be in- cluded. Minor price increases were per- mitted for canned chicken dinners and stews "10 allow for increased coultry costs" resulting in possible additions of -one cent on 15-ounce cans of stew and up to six cents on 16-ounce cans of dinners. Maximum price ceilings also were set for canned meat or poultry sandvrich spreads stews, boiled din- ners, hashes, and chilicon-came. REPRESENTATIVES AT SEATTLE CONFERENCE SEATTLE, May R- Strauss, a oarliamentary secretary, and G. Myrdcin Evans, deputy sec- retary of the ministry of labor, will lead Britain's delegation of 43 to the International Labor Organiza- tion's maritime conference here June 6 to 29, the committee in charge was notfied yesterday. They ill represent the British govern- ment in conference actions. Rich- ard Snedden. general manager of the British Shipping Federation, and Charles Jannan, general sec- retary of the National Union of Seamen of Britain. viU represent British shipowners and labor groups, respectively. _________ For Light Satisfying Sappers And just as easy as I 2 3 to witn pour onto the appetites of your family! Se er Oots Compcny Canada limited MAKE !CREAM FREB WRITE JUNKET RENNET '.T4BLETS NOW FOR SAMPLE-RECIPE BOOK Give the children their beloved ice cream, home made, with half the bother, half the fuss using only the lightest cereal cream or top milk, flavoring end "JUNKET" RENNET TABLETS. -THi -JUNKfT FOIW (33 King Sf Toronto, Con- JUNKET RENNET TABLETS end of the car sagged abruptly and he spied his front wheel rolling down the street. He manoeuvred his three-wheeled auto to the curb. leaped ou; and prepared to retrieve j the wheeL But another motorist; sped past Feinberg, caught up with the runaway wheel, picked it up, threw it in his car and drove away. BCKGLAB EDMONTON. May Mrs. Anothony Eesrns" two children slumbered, peacefully Tues- j day night, smooth-working thieves i rifled a purse under their pillow j and escsped with in cash. Mrs. i Heams returned to her home f her husband after putting the chil- i dren to bed. and found the purse stiii in ulace the pillow but rified. whirring machinery isn't a place where men can gather to discuss world topics while their work is done. A man's lucky if he can hear nimseif think! He: "Do you remember the old school fnend, Sophv She: "Yes: the "horrible fright. What of He: "Oh. nothing; only she is my wife GOOD OLD DAYS OF '72!