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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 j j r j i J NOVWrtwr 1t73 THE LITHMIOOB HIRALD-6 Strike ends Hospital workers tear up picket signs outside Mount Sianai Hospital in New York after members of Drug and Hospital Workers Local 1199 voted to end a seven-day strike against 48 non-profit hospitafe and nursing homes in the New York area. Floggings probe request spreads JOHANNESBURG Newspapers and opposition politicians have joined church leaders in call- ing on the South African government to investigate floggings in SouthWest Africa's Ovamboland. The Anglican Synod for the .province of South Africa Mon- day unanimously adopted a motion that Prime Minister John Vorster should and prevent the continuation of such alleged acts by the Ovambo tribal as they would be repugnant to the Christian The practice of public flogg- ing for political offences is re- ported to be continuing in the territory's northern homeland. At least a dozen persons are reported to have been flogged in the last two months. So far there has been no comment from the South African which administers the territory over United Nations objections. The leader of the Sir De Villiers said he fully supports calls for a judi- cial inquiry into what he said is stark example of how violations of personal and political freedoms are being Helen sole member of Parliament for the small Progressive described the floggings as and The pro-government Johan- nesburg newspaper Die Vaderland also described the floggings as and are unanimous that the government must take serious notice of this The Rand Daily among the government's fiercest government cannot evade responsibilitywith any claim that it is all being done by Ovambo courts. minor government leaders and officials meting out the floggings have no power except that given them by South Pentagon censors films of animal experiments WASHINGTON -The Pentagon has begun censoring films depicting animal ex- says an internal memo released by Representative Les Aspin illustrate the real sensi- Ford shows las test in small cars ST. Ont. Ford of Canada today unveiled the its latest entry in the sub-compact car being built at the Ford plant here exclusively for sale in Canada. The four-cylinder a ver- sion of the will replace the British-built Cortina which is being dropped because of increasing import costs. William L. vice- president and general manager of Ford of said at a news conference that fa 1172 foreign cars held 56 per cwt of the small-car market in Canada compared with 44 per cent for North American atfomotive companies. At the fWt of October this North American cars held ftt cent of the market and im- ports 45 per cent. Mr. Hawkins said the four- cylinder engine of the Bobcat would enhance its appeal at a time when fuel economy has taken on new importance. tive nature of animal DoD of has .received some letters which were sent in response to a newspaper ar- ticle on the use of more than any received in past history for a con- troversial the memo stated. Aspin says the the minutes of a meet- ing of the directors of the Armed Forces Radio-Biology Research came from anonymous Pen- tagon It also deputy di- rector attended a viewing of a film on the head injury pro- gram at Walter Reed and many scenes of animals were cut in order to avoid any potential barrassment to The Pentagon had no imme- diate comment on the memo. an Air Force spokesman said letters had been received protesting the beagle experiments but they contained signatures. Many were in the form of the spokesman said. About 200 beagles are being sent to Air Force Base in Ohio within the next several weeks to be used as subjects in studies to deter- mine -the effects of various kinds of such as jet over long periods of exposure. The animals would not be killed by the Pentagon sources but would be killed later for autopsies. APPLIANCES DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd AVENUE 8. PHONE 327-5767 FINAL Color TV Color TV Radios Record Players Vacuum Cleaners Fridges Ranges Automatic Washers Electric Dryers Strauss Holiday Eureka Gas Dryers Washers Wringer Washers Dishwashers Color TV Humidifiers Black White TV Stereos All of This Merchandis Must Be iPanaMnic SOLD In order to MAKE ROOM FOR NE Come In and CHECK the PRICES McClary Gibson Hardwick Beatty Easy Simplicity West Bend Waste King Credit Plan Available or Use Your OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY APPLIANCES 806-608 3rd PhOM 327-1 ;