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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SolurHay, OdoW Jl, WJ 'HI iriilBRtOGl HESMB 23 Boll national writer in the fullest sense By DAVIO York Times Sci-viee COLOGNE, Wcsi Germany More tlian any oilier living Ger- man. Ileinrich lioll is a nation-! al writer in the sense thai his i works are read with equal in-1 tensity and affection in Kast at well as West Germany. He is also one of the few! West German writers lo be pub- lished in the German Commu- nist state, and when he travels to Bast Berlin to give readings the lecture halls are filled even "Knd of a Service Trip" who sets fire io his jeep in protest j against a senseless army order. He has also used his positions as Germany's best known au- thor and president of the Inter- national Pen Club since 1971 to assist oppressed and suppressed writers in East Europe. narian poel who 's considered the greatest contemporary Ger- man lyricist, was allowed to leave East Germany in 1971 for drafty sausage of ttw early post-w a r years are the selling of liis first major novel in 1953, "And Never Said Sin- gle Word." I He keeps an apartment h> Huclcheratlt streel. Bui he Is io he as often in his old coun- try farmhouse in the tiny ham- let of Langenbroichtolhe, to southwest atop one of the Eifel hills. He has called that "my fa- vorite and has writ- ten movingly about the impact The 54-year-old Boll is a member of Germany's generation" and most of his wriling devolves on World War II the who waged and celebrated it, the soldiers who PLANT ON THE .WAY DOWN Wfeckert demolish part of Ihe E. B. Eddy pulp and paper complex located in Hull Que., directly across the Ottawa River from Parlia- ment Hill. The plant, an eyesore for years, was expropriat- ed this by the federal government. A park and new building complex will eventually sland an the site. Solzhenilsyn, whom Boll great- ly admires, is also understood to have benefitted from his sup- poi I. lieinrich Boll was born in Col- bepteP0' Asian refugees wait and hope By RICHAIII) KDEK i New York Times Service STRADISHAIX, The passengers climbed into the unCcmled taxi at Bury SI. Edmunds railroad station. A moment later Ihe driver ap- peared, eating cookies from a bag. "S I r a d i s li a I I camp? Have you the hr in- quired. "I don't mean to be rude. But sometimes f toko them there and tlmy dnn't have the money. Oh, they pay. hut llicy have to go in anil liunl lip friends to bor- row from, and I've waited there as much as an hour." He s w u n g the car around and set out along the- 10 miles of road that leads through the t-hilly Suffolk fields lo Stradi- shall. where part nf Hie tide of Indians and Pakistanis diivcn from Uganda hy pres- ident Idi Amin has found temporary shelter. nOnstrious shopkeepers, clerks' grumbling and protest: most tnd skilled workmen and i Englishmen seem unhappy uade them the target o. nt eral Amin. who stripped them j tion ,llat perhaps the job has of alt they had when he order-' to be done. ed them out. j _____ Sirhaz's father he did no! want his name used because he i Stradisliall is filled lo capac-; still has relatives in Uganda- ity with refugees living in the barracks and former offi-! cers' quarters, but the atmo- sphere is one of patient re- straint. The men stroll about the grounds or sit and chat, but there is a concentrated persis- tence as they check two and thi-ee times a day to see if there is any news about housing or jobs. Against a background of con- siferable unemployment and housing shortages, and against the resistance of a number of communities, resettlement offi- cials are searching for jobs and quarters throughout coun- try. Some refugee! have owned a garage in Kampala, which was confiscated and for which no compensation has been received so far. Stradishall, one of more than a dozen unused military camps housing Ihe 20.000 refugees com- ing in. was formerly a Royal Air Force base. Now bright col- ored saris hang from the wash- lines outside Ihe brick barracks. Children in outsize tweed over- coats that flop around their ankles zigzag hilariously over the deserted landing strip. There is a rueful irony to Stradishall. When Britain aban- doned the world role that went with stationing forces at such were killed in it. the parents and chilcVen left homeless hy it. Even his latest novel. ''Group PictL-re with Lady." published in 1971, centers mainly on the affects of war on his heroine, l.eni. and the loss of her Rus- sian His main work depicts the. terrible fall and difficult rebirth of the German people and this is probably what has made him so popular here and beyond Germany. His acceptance hy the com- munist authorities in East Eu- rope is all the more remarkable in View of Boll's devoul Cath- olic faith. Doll has been a stubborn though gentle rebel in many ways for most oi his life ami the' heror-f of many of his hooks reflect this altitude "The of worried bewilderment, ex- clown" who refuses to partici pressed in soft and often unin- telligible Gujarati accents. One of the most impressive things at the camp is the flood of help that has come in from all over central Suffolk, a beau- tiful but dour region not noted i for its hospitality. Cartons of do- nated fruit and piles of donated blankfels and toys line the corri-; dors. Young people from the area1 man telephones and work in the motor pool. A vast social and entertainment program is being run by the vicar, Rev. William Davis'. o.nne Dec. 21, 1917. and tile Rhineland, have bis lileryry universe. Cologne's bomb rubble anil I QUALITY DENTURE! CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechonit Cop'.tol Furnituie PHONE 328-7684 I I out forms, volunteer women carrying cases of medicine anri shepherding lost children, and officials coping with remarkable gentleness with an endless tide pate in the moral crimes of his well-to familv. the soldier in SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOILESTRUP 1 AND GRAVEL ruction Co. Ltd, PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 For 9 SOCIAL CREDIT Individual Freedom Economic Stability Free Enterprise ed by Medicine Ha! l Social Credit Alienation Avofd last problems by appiyir-g early. You'll get butler and tab'.er service. Get passport applications at any post office, travel aqency, airlma or steam- ship company. DtWtTMEiVT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS flown in so far, and up to bases, it meant tat se cou j no longer protect the Asians in no idea Uganda. As Hnd j ent .board best it means these days she i f K. but nre- can offer the empty barrack, .S made' lhrollgh the vvill. Sirhaz spoke slowly and i weightily, as if his (alher, who knows no English and was !can- i irig against him and squeezing his arm, speaking through lodge thcui as (h'ey nee. i i him. His mother ami six broth- government regards the j! >ers and sisters sat alongside A- who retained British! l them al one of the trestle ta- citizenshi afler the of j ;bles in the camps mess ball. empire in Africa _ as Britain's 1 The camp's main office Is I "As we are safe now, we are j responsibility. There has been jammed with refugees filling quite O.K. and are thinking only I to go forward and Sirhaz said. "I think that if we get a P.S. Check your application cara- fuliy 3s na; Lei1, of apoiLcations ate o'e'ayed 6-ls lo house and a job, then we can settle down and save." Working and saving brought the Asian settlers in Uganda up lo the status of a near-middle class of SPECIAl HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AUCTION SALE MONDAY, OCTOBER 23rd 7 P.M. MORE Fr COLLEGE FROM THE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION >n co-operalton wtlh the LETHBRIDGE CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION offen SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP SKILLS Fri. and Sal., Oct. 27th and 28th SEMINAR SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP SKILLS LEAD. BASS and ORGAN SET-UPS AT HURLBURT AUCTION WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. 5. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE 9'xl5" Indian Rug new) lovely older bedroom luite with complex 54 bed, dreiser, chest of drowers and vanity, dresser and ilcol; nice old dining room suite round table, 3 extension leaves, 6 chain ond buffet; beautiful Dunccn Phyfo Chesterfield and choir (cinnamon like new hidoabcd? 4-pc. vinyl covered leclianal cheiler field; R.C A. Viclor colonial tfyle color T.V.; old secretary desk-booVcaso; beige rug approx. 8x10; oval braided 6x10; colonial coffee (able; colonial step loblc; it on excflptionctlly tina of furniture, ond iovita to and view onH nttend the inlt. Itemi may ba Sunday, Oct. ?2nd. 2 p.m.; Monday until time. fOR FURTHfR INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4705 1930 2nd AVE. S. IETHBRIOGB AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN lie. -11 lie. 458 n managemenl tod discover ond bring n the worVlng ond seminar is desig ay, begins and ends forth Ine ulmosl of supervisory forces of d to bring iques that will belp manogemenl carry The role of model with an effort to capacity residing i the company. This methods and tech; out Irm rote. LEADER-- MR. J. L- 'BUD> McALISTER B. Comm.; M-B.A. School of Business Education Lethbridge Community College IEFHBRIDGE CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION President: MR. JOE GILLET Education and Training Commitfeo Mr. Clare Malmberg LETHBRIOGE COMMUNITY COLIEGE School o( Coritiriuinq Education Associate Mr. W. DAIE HtYLANO AGENDA Friday, October 27th 6.00 Meeting. LethbricfQa Communrty Coileue 7 p.m. Nature ol Management Leadership Skills Involved Room 7, Xote Bldg. 750 p.m.- COFFEE BREAK Saturday, October 28th noQn--lmpfOvina end Motivnlino; KJ 15 nm --COFFEE BREAK fEE: jsupper) APPLICATION FORM Plecje complete this form ond rrlurr. fo. I ItTHORIDGE COMMUNITY COUEGE I School of Conlinulng Education Ulhbridgo, Alberta OR 1 LETHBRIDGt CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION i 1321 3rd Avenue South j lothbridfie, Alberto Address I Tnlepi-one No................................. Occupation.............................. P Dnrn of Birlh NAME OF COURSE: i DnJe Course Bepir MONKEES j BEE GEES JJMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE PROCOLHARUM VANILLA FUDGE THE MOVE iS CREAM !ji TREMELOES TROGGS j THE HERD n TRAFFIC 'SPENCER DAVIS GROUP .JOHN MAYALL'S BLUESBREAKERS LULU WASHiriGJWI AND THE RAMJAM BAND CAT STEVENS MINDBENDERS JEFF BECK GROUP JIMMY JA.MES Ap THE VAGABONDS, Oct. ?7h onrj FEE: S12.00 in SHI ?8th LORD DAVID SUTCH ROYORBISON fc t SOFT MACHINE LOVE AFFAIR TONY RIVERS AND THE CASTAWAYS GRAHAM BOND ORGANISATIO.N ROCKY ROBERTS (Tap Italian Ptfp Star) Corner of 3rd Ave. and 13rVi St NEW 70 WATT P.A. SET-UP MODEL 1917 SPECIALLY DESIGNED TO MEET THE DEMAND FOR A COMPACT, YET HIGH QUALITY P.A, SU- UP Of MODERATE OUTPUT RATING, CompHiir.g 20 wad ompllfisr unit wilh four inpuli 2 each, channel tias leporafa con'rols. A pair ef column to- bine's contain' ino two 10" loud- speakers. Complete with moinf lend, two 2T (6.40 ml ipenkftr leodi and wafer- proof eoven. Dimeniiont; Amplifier; height 7V (JOcmsl. widlh 19" M8-2A enrnl, depfh '10.75 cmsV Speaker Columns: heiohl 33 (81.86 width 1 oeptK 8" 32 UPPLIES LTD. Phone 327-1056 ;