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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE IETKBRIOGE HERALD _ Monday, April 17, 197? Centuries fail lo rillc _ al'ler cross-Canada trip 5 in Londonderry Tllis and similar "no-en areas" in called IPO cause the regular forces of law T.nd order don't gn Hie Protestant majority and threatening to get up simi- lar barricades of their own. 'rolcsUnls believe the British lly COLIN I HUM' I.OMIONDKKIIY i A n The walls of Hern- City ovil loilay on a scone of siejic. JIM as llicy did Iliri'C i-cnturiM :'iM. 'Hie issue is much Iho sime as it was in HW. whclliiT Koinan Oilll.ilic in- ririlc.--l.-ini should lie boss. The diffeiTiH-e is Hull in 1'W Ihe I'rotosl.inls v.xiv tho ll'.A HL'LES sieved anil were j Inside "Free Dcrvy" IRA men Today Ihe Calholics have wailed make Ihc rules anil dish mil tho punishment. A Ihief would be tarred anil feathered, an in- former sliot. Specdinp costs a fine of imposed on ]the spot with a mask on his face anil n gun in his hand. The army estimates Ihc I core ol IHA men in tile area at no more than 200 bill says it would take troops by the Ihou- Mil and cliildrcn remain within [lie safely of the barricaded cn- chivcs using playgrounds cleared by the IHA. I'Sls CHKfKl'OlNTS Shops are open normally In Cri'ggan, a housing develop- ment on the hills above Iho oid Ihemselves m and arc callus Three ailjninini; eily ilistritts (.'iTgjMii ami Brandyweil- -he within llw bar- ricades n[ "Free Deny." now a citadel willim a city. Ahmil half the city's Oiw.i there under control not of Ihe regular police tir Undsh Army Lut of the Irish Kepuhlicnn Army. Army suddenly has switched to ivallcil city. Supplies come in playing it soft with the gunmen, from wholesalers through two checkpoints. l-'or a while after the Uritisli takeover it seemed (hat grass- roots opinion in the Bogsidc micht swing the Provisional IRA into a truce. 11 said people were lircd after years of young IHA man 1 riot, arrest and killings. Now it is dear lhat Ihc fight cues on. The IRA says it will settle for nothing less than Brit- ish withdrawal and n united Ire- land, llerry, where an ancient poet wrote of oak Irecs with an- Frank Sudol elected TABKR lllN'Sl Frank Sudol has heen elected pres- ident of the Taber Figure Skm- inf! Club. Olher officers: Mrs. Lyrtia Perini. v i c e president; Mrs. Dorothy Wilkinson, secretary: Mrs. Helen Ikcbuchi, trea- surer: Mrs. Belli Ingram, test chairman; and directors Mrs. Pat Campbell, Mrs. Pat Hard- ing. Mrs. Doris Semaka. Mrs. Patsy Sparks and Mrs. Betty Bourassa. Last year 230 national badge tests were given and tl stu- dents took the Canadian Figure Skaling Association tests late in March. sand and a likely bloodbath to gels on hough, remains a clear I hem out. battle-Held wilh a gunman Mi The Catholic barricades first every barricade, went up in October. ISG8. Troops were used for the first time in August. Since then the army has frequently pulled the barricades down but always they have beeu rebuilt. Now army policy seems to be containment rather lhan attack. In the last week, the ]RA bar Space available ricades have been bolstered, COALDALE (UN'S) The vacate d police department premises and prisoner cells in the basement of the town office building will be renovated for with no response from the Brit ish. Piles of burnod-out cars and trucks have slrengtboned with massive concrete blocks. Slit trenches and well con- slructed gun emplacements are everywhere. Women in Ihe area still go out i for more space, to work in tho city's shirt facto- The Lethbridge county re- ries, for more than a century gional recreation board had rc- the maiuslr.y of its economy. quested Ihe use. of the former Men drive out to the in- police- offices hut council felt it dustrial area at nearby May- I could not donate (he space. other purposes. The police department re- cently moved into a new police building. The Bai ous-Eureka Health Unil has approached the low NANAIMO. Il.C. (Ci'l-Uon't Hit ymtr bill on or start mclling miter yd, but you might just keep your ears lutictl for some mouth watering news from Natiiiinio. Federal fisheries officials at he N'r.naiimi biological station say Ihe first stage of Ihcir lousier transplant project in Fatty Hasin near Useless Inlet on (he west coast of Vancouver Islaud has ended successfully. iVflei five years of being ;joked, procliiud. laltooed and :agged. the lobslcrs arc being left to fonil for themselves- and hopefully ln edible, profitable size. The scientists say tttaf If they can got Ihe necessary money, they will still need an- other five lo 10 years before Ihey'll be able to determine if commercial lobster lishcry can tic cslablishcd on the west coast. The first phase of the proj- ect proved Ihnt lobslcrs can be transplanted lo the west coast with few losses. Starting in 1966, 5.000 Allan tic lobslers were transplanted to Fatty Basin, a small, shal- low, enclosed area near the en trance lo Barkley Sound. As many as lobsters may have died after being pu in their new Fatty Basin home but those that survived liavu thrived. They weighed between half a pound and a pound when ransplantctl. Now they weigli ip lo Hi pounds. A fisheries reserve has been ilacccl on the area prohibiting dl fishing and crabbing. It has already hren dcter- nincd lhat the right conditions Jxist in Iho area for the lob- sters lo survive, said R a y .ihelaidi. the biologist in charge of (lie program. No disease has been found imong Ilic lobsters and repro- duction seems to be eompar- ible lo that of lobsters on the cast coast. SIMPSONS-SEARS Il's Hair-Care and Fashion Moiilh So Beauly-TJp And Save On Smipsous-Scars Bcanly Aids Try THESE products for lovelier hair! A, WHITE VELVET EGO CREME SHAMPOO 17'1 01. Reg .99.................. B. WHITE VELVET SHAMPOO CONCENTRATE Reg, or dry hair. 17'i or. Reg. .99 Sole D. WHITE VELVET CREME RINSE Holpi prevent jplit ends. 01. Reg. .99 ............................Sola 880 880 Be a beautiful softie! F. WHITE VELVET BICH HAND AND 9ODY IOTIOM 17', or Reg. .99 F. SIMPSONS FOAMING BATH cocoanui oil boie. J 6'1 01. Reg. 2.88 Sale I I I Itrusli On. lldir Pick some a litlle let, or more, of everything your h and beauty. Assorted combs, lifls, brushes. BRUSH, COMB and TRAY TEASE BRUSH Style brush and lift. 3 COMBS 5 bruih-combs. FAMUY PACK 1 assorted combj. ;eds for a'-1.60 1.49 1.49 770 Quality costs no more at Simpsons-Sears. STORE HOURS: Open Daily t a m, lo p.r.v Thursday and Friday 9 n.m. lo 9 p.r Centra Village. Telephone 328-9231 Granum recreation sets big boost Meet in May COALDAt.E (IINS) Coun- cillor Earl Foxnll, chairman ol he water and sower cominil- .cc, said at a recent mceling of council Ihe meeting with tho ilorthside residents will tie held sometime in May. The residents arc anxious to meet with town council regard- ing its decision not lo extend water and smver services lo the northside in 1372. lly S1HS. EJJ t'USAIl Ilnr.ilcl News Service CIUANUM Max Clibh, southern recreation consultant, recently presented W.KJ to (ho Grnmnn ami District Recrea- tion and Cultural Society. Tlic presentation was mnde at a meeting in the Granum Ju- nior High School auditorium. Tlic money will he used (or a multi-purpose outside rink witli skating, tennis and roller skat- ing facilities. The building housing the lob- hy, dressing rooms, and bath- rooms to be used with the out- side rink is annexed to the curling complex. It ims been completed. The society was formed in (he [all of 19M. The first executive nnd board rnemcbers: president, D. Sullivan, vLce-presiclC'nt, Larry DeMacrc; scci'elary-trcasin'cr, Mrs. 1J. Wocknitz; members, Agnar .folmson, Artou Fjorcibot- tcn, Ralph Williamson nnd Har- old Jorgenson. Board members today are: president Lary DeMaere; vice- president, Harold Jorgenson; secretary-treasurer. D. W. Sid- livan; members, Apnar Jnhn- son, Ai'ton Fjonluollcn. Ralph Williamson, Mrs. li. Munro, Dan Kress, Harvey Diinm. Wallace Daley and E. H. Mohr. A ladies auxiliary, called Iho necrcntlcs, was formwl in 1971 ami has been active in fund- raising. Bag of oats LSD case results in acquittal CALGARY (CP) Patrick Novicki of Banff who owned a bag ol oats in which 231 LSD capsules were found, was ac- quitted here of having the drug for trafficking purposes. Mr. Justice K. Moore ruled the crown did nol prove Ihe capsules were in Ihc pos- session of Mr. Novicki. He arrested last Septem- ber when HCMP raided a Ilnnff basement suite a n d found him and two other per- KOI The bag uas discovered in a hall. Mr. Novicki said he had the oats for feeding horses and never saw the LSD before.. A witness testifying under prelection of the Canada Evi- dence Act said she put Ihe drugs in Ihc bag and Mr. No- viclcl didn't know about it. Following Ihe trial, Mr. No- vicki asked lhat liis bag of oats bo returned. CINDERELLA BANDIT PITTSBURGH (AP) Police used the Cinderella approach to make an arrest in a burglary case. Officers said a burglar lost his shoe as lie fled from tho home of Ruth Miller, n, where he had pulled out a clump of her hair and punched her son, William, 20. Patrolmen arrested Robert Toll, who was sitting shoeless in a nearby liar. Au- thorities said a shoe matching the one found in the Miller home was behind the bar. HOLIDAY NORTHERN'S AIR CONDITIONED, REST ROOM EQUIPPED AQUILA DEPARTS JUNE 26 FROM IETHBRIDGE TO IMCMEVI Akin Family Rates available. Limited number of tickets IU UEjftEILHlW Phono Steve Kolch 327-3536 For fun filled days and nights Fare per person includes transportation and accomocTalloni. NORTHERN BUS LINES LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA SIMPSONS-SEARS Tuesday, Wednesday SPECIALS Knit Toppings Only 149 A fashion 'buy' to remember! Hand washable nylon knit shells in mock turtle, V-neck, or tank top styles. Rib- bed or plain; solids or stripes. Assort- ed colors. 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WHITE VELVET SANITARY PAN1Y. Small, medium, large. Reg. Beauly and Health 88c 38c 88c 38c 88c STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. lo p.m., Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Cenlre Village. Telephone 328-9531 ;