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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, July 1, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 31 Ulster Still Tense From AP-Reutcrs BELFAST (CP) About 10000 militant Protestants pa- raded without incident through Belfast Wednesday night, But another march 40 miles away touched off minor battling be- tween Protestants and Roman Catholics. A British army spokesman implied that the disorders m the torn'of Coalisland were insti- gated by members of the out- lawed Irish Republican Army. "Known IHA men were seen in the the spokesman said. "It proves who is behind Tb" rival religious factions hurled rocks, bottles and other missiles al each other and at British troops and local police firing tear gas. Four policemen, a soldier and several civilians were injured, and 10 persons were arrested. The IRA, an extremist group that vows to reunify Ireland by force if necessary, is outlawed in both Northern Ireland and in the Irish Republic to the south. REHEARSE IN BELFAST In Belfast, members ot the Protestant Orange Order held four marches peacefully under the watchful eyes of 700 British troops. It was a dress rehearsal for the annual parade July 12 to celebrate the 17th century Protestant defeat of Catholic troops at the Battle