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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Removal of caste system deposes India's 'sahibs' Instant millionaire's health said improving Italian hospitals in poor health By RAM SUNDAR CP Correspondent BOMBAY white sahibs took nearly 200 years to leave our own native brown sahibs are also said Gurunath a farmer -from 125 miles from here. Pandey had come to Bom- capital of Maharashtra to get a permit from the government for digging a tube well. He was referring to the government's decision to abolish class distinctions among civil servants. Since the British came to rule there have been lour classes of government of- ficials The top two classes were known as of- ficials as any decision pertain- ing to them had to be publish- ed in the weekly government gazette there will be no class distinctions among government employees and no gazetting of their transfers or promotions. Newspapers have described the move as a step toward so- cial equality among civil ser- vants. Congress Party MPs have hailed it as example of democratic socialism in practice don't know how arro- gant these gazetted officials can be in rural said Pandey. one has to wait for days to be able to talk to them in their office. Some of the native sahibs are worse snobs than the Englishmen who used to rule During British colonial white officials were addressed by ordinary particu- larly illiterate as sa- hib. The term meant man Wives of the Englishmen were known as mem sahib or big woman. Minister Indira Gandhi has dealt a belated blow at a parasitic said a clerk in a huge complex of government offices fronting the sea in south Bombay Some government officials will lose their status. Most of them appear to have accepted the change philosophically but some are angry Sankara a retired official of the posts and telegraphs spoke lor the latter when he said- will now be more difficult to enforce discipline in government offices If all are equal in who is going to respect his TORONTO The condition of Max Matetich of winner of million in the recent Olympic Lottery Canada has im- his lawyer said Mon- day. Bruce who holds Mr Matetich's power of said in an interview that his district manager for a distillery also has the money safely invested. Mr Matetich was admitted to hospital two weeks ago for treatment of shortly before he won top prize in the lottery Mr Owen said winning the money has helped in Mr Matetich's recovery. you're you won- der if your job will still be held open lor or what will hap- pen to you financially This helps relieve that anxiety Supplies airlifted Ont. Air Transport Command planes are flying around the clock in the annual mid- summer airlift of supplies for Canadian Forces Station on Ellesmere Island 350 miles from the North Pole Station Alert is described as a communications research centre and is on the north- ernmost tip of Ellesmere ROME A young woman in labor sat on a bare mattress in the corridor of Rome's San Giovanni Hospital on Tuesday. Beside her on the bed lay an iron tray with a dry chunk of a and a peach Down the length of the cor- between small bare wards relatives helped patients with their meals as medical staff workers neared the end of a 48-hour strike demanding urgent reforms and new contracts The walkout by an es- timated laboratory psy- chiatrists and dentists was launched shutting down all but minimum emergency services in Italy's 1.300 public hospitals Doctors warned that tougher action would follow unless the government acted quickly to provide new hospitals and better services Italy's hospitals owe an esti- mated 9 billion to banks and another 6 billion to various and the debt is growing Many hospitals are unable to pay salaries without and say they can't balance their books until they receive an estimated 8 billion owed them by Italy's many public health plans Support for the strike ap- peared almost total Tuesday one in four doctors are on station said Dr Giovanni of Fatebe- nelratelli hospital CHICKEN FRYING Canada Grade Utility Whole Body RUMP ROAST Canada Grade A Beef TOP ROUND STEAK Canada Grade A Beef Boneless GROUND BEEF Fresh TableRite ...................................................................Ib. I W YOUNG TURKEYS one MiNUTE STEAK TableRite Canada Grade A Steer Bee Canada Packer Miracle Baste. 6-10 Ibs...................................................Ib. Ill I Till HO SIRLOIN or CLUB WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. TableRtie Canada Grade A Steer Beef Top Valu Assorted 179 Schneiders Skinless .......................11b. package GARLIC SAUSAGE QQo Vancouver Fcncy Coil Ib. VjJF COTTAGE ROLLS 139 Schneiders Cov Halves Ib. I PRICES EFFECTIVE TO CLOSING AUGUST 1974. BUNS McGavins Hamburger or pkg. el 12 buns 10 fl. oz. tins 8 49C I19 for Plus Depotit KING SIZE Apple Strawberry JAM 159 FANCY PEAS QsftQc SSSH Regal 46 fl. oz. tin I York Assorted New Pack 14 fl.oz. tins ...............VRWW I U CHICKEN SOUP RELISHES FIRE STARTER Aylmer 3 Varieties 10 fl.oz. tins .........................WR I Libbys 3 Varieties 12 fl.oz...............................WR I PEACHES 9s7Qo CAKE MIX 7Qo PICKLES 125 York Fancy Halves 14 fl.oz. tins .....................M R W Duncan Mines Angel 14 oz. pkg............................ fl McLarens Sweet Mixed 48 fl. oz....................JL EVAPORATED MILK QsfiQc VEGETABLE OIL 125 ZEST Alpha 16fl.oz.tins West32fl.oz............................................... I 1-Aeifl I OXYDOL BAR-B-0 SAUCE AQc PLUMS Wb Heinz Sweet or 13 York 14 fl.oz. Detergent MUSTARD 3QO DOG FOOD PAMPERS 119 5lb. bOX Top Choice Cheese 72 oz. pkg......................fa rnlflrCllO I VINEGAR 119 POTATO CHIPS TOWELS Me Heinz White 128 fl.oz....................................... Old Dutch 8 oz. tri pack ...................................VW Scott Assorted Colors. 2 roll pick ................Ov Crest Regular or Mint. 50 ML PAMPERS Overnight 12's MAXWELL HOUSE Ib. ;