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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Sulurduy, September 11, I'7! THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Postwar rehabilitation Oddities in tlie news Battle still on to subdue hunger, disease IKOT I BRIT AM, Nigeria (Reuler) Twenty months after the secessionist war in Ni- geria ended, the battle is slil! going on to slave off hunger and disease in the most ravaged The Ouistian Council of Ni- geria, the only non-government humanitarian organization still engaged in large-scale post-war rehabilitation work here, cur- rently operates on a budget of more than million to help the southern states. But it is in this area of south- eastern Nigeria that the council faces some of ils most trying problems. Its small team of for- eign experts and local assistants still wage daily war against malnutrition, leprosy, cholera and qiiasliiokor, a disease caused by malnutrition. In the small village of Ikot Ib- ritam, 35 miles from the ancient town of Opobo and in the centre of a mosquito-infested rain for- TRADITION BigTaste cst, Dr. Herman Gray, a Ger- man-bom U.S. public healUi specialist and his wife, who is a nurse, direct a vast public health rehabilitation program for the council. RESTORES FACILITIES Assisted by a Japanese neu- rologist and his wire, who is a child specialist, Gray has super- vised the reconstruction and re-equipping of some 96 medi- cal institutions in the southeast since the war. In spite of this effort and the large quantities of drugs sup- plied by the council, health and hunger remain its greatest chal- lenge. A council field report covering the first quarter o! this year shows that at least 200 people died of cholera at Anua Hospital in one month alone. Although more than were immu- nized by a council team in the same period, field workers here say there is still between 20 and TRADITION Rye Whisky Schenley made it Ml-bodicd and mellow. Yel smooth You made il our (astesl growing Canadian Rye Whisky. Jhank you. JOINS BENY'S SALES STAFF ALEX TOKARIUK Mr. Brent Logan, General Sales Mgr., Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile is pleased to announce Ihe ap- pointment of ALEX TOKARIUK 1o their soles slaff. Alex has had a .wealth of experience in the aulomolive tales field particu- larly in Ihe Iruck division. Ha spent 6 years wilh a General Molars dealership. He was born and raised in Lelhbridge and is ell known to many. He welcomes his many friends and acquainlonces to see him 1 Beny's for iheir every molor- ng need. He would be mosl pleaied to assist them. Alex is a irried man with a family. 25 pet1 ccnl infection in Inc Opobo area. Gray himself believes that cholera has become like the rain for- est belt. Wage freeze hits workers TORONTO (CP) Almost Canadian workers are subjected to the wage freeze imposed by United States President Richard Nixon, Chrysler Canada Lid. at Windsor, Ont. and Douglas Air- craft of Canada Ltd., based at Malton, on the northwest fringe of Toronto, announced Thursday decisions against wage in- creases, tied to the freeze on wages and prices in the U.S. Affected will be supervi- sory and administrative em- ployees of Chrysler across Can- ada and Douglas workers. Officials at Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. and General Mo- tors of Canada Ltd. said they do not plan freezes on the wages of white-collar workers, similar to those imposed by Chrysler. Chrysler said it had imposed the freeze because of a price freeze imposed by Ford and CM on 1972 model automobiles. CALLED DEFERMENT Chrysler said the move consti- tuted a "deferment, not a can- of a planned five- per-cent salary increase due Sept. (i. At Douglas, a company spokesman cited President Nix- on's moves as the reason why McDonnell Douglas Corp. has refused to make any wage offer to workers at the subsidi- ary Douglas plant. The S.OOO-mcmlwr production local and the 600-member office local of the United Auto Work- ers are taking strike votes Sat- urday and Sunday at Douglas. The Malton plant produces wings for planes built by Mc- Donnell Douglas in the U.S. Another of the U.S. presi- dent's recent economic moves was institution of a 10-per-cent supplementary duty on imports. Herbert Kelly, assistant Cana- dian director of the UAW, said Thursday night: "We are just not going to allow President Nixon to legis- late our members out of wages increases." The company's position was put before union negotiators by a senior official of McDonnell Douglas during a meeting Wednesday. A UAW spokesman said the U.S. McDonnell official said Douglas deals with 2fi unions and is not going to make an offer to any of them, including the Canadian section, until the situation is clarified south of the border. ALL THE CEREMONY Bottles of Viuhy water are served in ice buckets in Paris restaurants with all the cere- mony accorded champagne. GREAT HARWOOD, Eng- land (AP) People living on Coronation Street are tired of being laughed at when tiiev give their address. It's a respectable English street name, but it happens also In be the name of (he lop British soap opera. Saying you come from Coro- nation Street is like telling people you live at Peyton Piace. So they want their street name changed. Preferably, they say, to "something more pleasant." Brandishing a I7-name pro- test petition, Eddie Hanvood said Wednesday of the street where he's lived for 25 years: "Someliow it seems so out of date mid tie television pro- gram doesn't help." N e i t h b o r Doris Eatough said she went on vacation and people laughed when they found out where she camo from. Coronation Street, which the producers claim is watched by 25 million people, now is into its llth year. It recounts working-class life in a drab industrial town, and much of Ihe action takes palce in the local pub. MOXAVIA, Iowa (Reuler) The volunteer fire depart- ment ran out of water Wednesday while lighting a house fire liccause a valve at Die water tower was shut to conserve supplies. The firemen stood by help- iessly as the house burned down. Open Phone Link ROME (Rcuter) The first telephone link between Home and P-king was opened here with a phone interview by the Italian sidle radio with Italy's ambassador to China, Falco Trabalza. Italy established dip- lomalic relations with China in November. TRAVELLING TO WINNIPIE? AREA CODE 204-786-4801 International Inn NOW 210 ROOMS BEVERLY HEIGHTS SWEEPSTAKE WIN BIG MONEY GOLD BRICK -FIRST (To be drawn December 18, 1971) SECOND PRIZE (Drawn November 27, 1971) THIRD PRIZE (Drawn September All proceeds from draw go towards covered arena and recreation facility for Edmonton's Beverly Heights. Conducted by Ihe Beverly Heights Community Laa- gue, under authority of Ihe Govern Province ol counterfoils corded in a Iry before b the draw co registry I inspection al HE ilfunily Leag if the berta. All II be re- itrol regii- placed in >ner. This for e admins- of ihe its Corn- All win- notified Tickets Only One Dollar Each AVAILABLE BY CLIPPING AND MAILING THIS COUPON TO: BEVERLY HEIGHTS RECREATION SWEEPSTAKES, Postal Station C, EDMONTON, Alberta. Send certified cheque or money order only, Tickets amount of chequt or oney Order (Please PrinI) ADDRESS CITY _.......____ FURNITURE APPLIANCES TOM CHUMIK Mr. E. Kovacs is proud to announce the appointment of Mr. Tom Chumik as furniture and appliance sales- man. Mr. Chumik is a local product and has lived in Lethbridge all his life. He is married and has three girls and one boy. He has spent the last 28 years in flic furniture busi- ness and is well qualified to service his customers re- garding furniture, appliances, stereo and colored tele- vision. We are pleased to have Tom on our staff and extend a cordial invitation to all his customers and friends to drop in and wish Tom well on his new adventure. PETER 5ERENI Watch For GRAND OPENING SOON! SIDORSKY'S FURNITURE LTD. FURNITURE APPLIANCES 542 13th St. North Lethbridge 542 13th Street North Mr. Kovacs is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Peter Sereni as furniture and appliance salesman. Mr. Sereni was born and educated in Calgary where he spent 15 years in the furniture business. He then mov- ed to Medicine Hat in a similar postion. For the past 13 years Tie has been employed in the furniture business in Lethbridge. His 38 years experience make Peter well qual- ified to service and advise his clients. W are proud to have Peter on our team and extend a cordial invitation to all his customers and friends to drop in and wish Peter well on his new adventure. IF SIDORSKY'S CAN'T SELL FOR LESS THEN WHO CAN? Lethbridge ;