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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wodnotdoy, March 3, 1971 - THI LETHBRIDGE HERAID ~ 19 Picture Z judge in jail SALONIKA. Greece (AP) -Judge C h r i s t o s SartzetaJds, whose investigation of a political murder was the basis of the motion picture Z, has been in prison without charge since Christmas Eve. Sartzetakis' father said he was permitted to visit his son in Athens's Korydalos prison a month ago. Security police in Salonika, the city in northern Greece where Sarzetakis was arrested, refused today to say why he is being held. As district attorney in Salonika, Sartzetakis was appointed eight years ago to investigate the death of leftist Deputy Gregory Lambrakis. His finding that the police instigated the killing was instrumental in bringing down the rightist government of Constantine Caramanlisin June, 1963. Yachtsman survives raging gale LONDON (AP) - Chay Blyth, 30-year-old lone yachtsman, has survived a raging gale in the Tasman Sea but with considerable damage to bis 59-foot ketch British Steel, associates reported today. Blyth, a former British army paratrooper, is seeking to be- come the first man to sail nonstop around the world "the wrong way"-from east to west, against prevailing winds and currents. His position was about half way between New Zealand and Tasmania and halfway home on a voyage started four months 13 days ago. Japanese airfield battle rages NARITA, Japan (Reuter)- Students and farmers, backed by screaming peasant women and children gathering bags of stones for ammunition, Tuesday fought off police in the eighth day of the battle for Narita airport. At least 46 police and airport security guards were injured in the barrage of rocks and sticks thrown by demonstrators dug in behind elaborate barricades. Twelve demonstrators were arrested in battles lasting several hours. About 1,000 militantsare holed up on farmland which the government wants to use to extend Narita airport's runway and turn it into Tokyo's second international airport. Pollution studies proposed for controlling pollu- ROME (AP) - United Nations marine scientists have urged the early launching of pollution studies in Puget Sound, the North Sea and the Baltic Sea, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization r e-ported Tuesday. The studies would lead to global curbs on sea pollution. Scientists from six intergovernmental UN agencies met here last week to work out scientific aspects of a worldwide program tion. The scientists agreed the time is ripe for studies of the effects of pollutants on marine life and man in the North and Baltic seas and in Puget Sound, three areas with distinct marine characteristics, Puget Sound, in the state of Washington near the border with British Columbia and the United States, is not highly polluted and offers the opportunity of studying changes in water quality, they said. Drug problem in forces OTTAWA (CP) - There is a drug problem in the armM forces comparable to that in society as a whole, Defence Minis- Feed starving animals in Alberta park OTTAWA (CP) - Six tons of food are being taken into Elk Island national park in Alberta to feed starving animals there, Northern Development Minister Jean Chretien said. He told the Commons that a number of deer and other animals have perished because of an early winter and deep snow. He was replying to questions by Don Mazankowski (PC-Veg-reville). tor Donald Macdonald said | Tuesday. Mr. Macdonald told reporters j outside the Commons that enlisted drug-takers are mainly young and serving on the East or West coasts. They were taking principally "soft drugs"-such as man-1 juana and has hash-and LSD. The minister called the situation "something to be concerned about." The forces were dealing with it mainly through educational programs. In cases where it was deemed I that drug-takers could haVe recurring effects, they were re-1 moved from "sensitive assig meats" involving the use of I equipment. Where they were found to have used drugs while on duty, they "could not expect to remain in the forces-" HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Ave. $., Uthbridg* THURSDAY, MARCH 4th sale starts 6:30 P.m. TERMS CASH no RESERVE a.lot of tht furniture in for this salt It from on* hamel Nice small hardwood table; 5-dining chairs; Viking 21" TV; Rollaway bed; Turquoise chesterfield and chair; Small pump organ; Rogers Majestic TV; Small desk; Dresser and mirror; Good sq. model RCA Whirlpool fridge (approx. 9 cu. ft.); Good sq. model Moffat fridge (approx. 9 cu. ft.); Vanity dresser; Fleetwood TV;54" padded headboard; Chrome table and 4 chairs; Small bar or apt. size fridge; 2-chests of drawers; Black leatherette chesterfield; Good complete 39'' single bed; 2-complete 48" beds; Complete 54" bed; Singer Treadle sewing machine; 2-wringer washers; Good Kodak 8 m.m. projector; Argus 35 mm. projector; Large Briggs and Stratton engine and water pump; Small Briggs and Stratton engine and water pump; Galvanized stock water tank; 3-cribs. Doors; Wicker planter; 3-small bookcases; Good milk-ing machine; Good electric table model seperator; Small telephone table; Churn; Cradle; 2-automatic washers; Old tin bathtub; Floor lamps; Complete toilet; 2-old picture frames; Cooey 16 gauge shotgun (single shot); Cooey single shot .22; Fire extinguisher; Dishes; Motors; Pots and pans; Toys; Glasses; 2-rugs; Mercury outboard motor; Radios; Vacuum cleaners; Flooring; Plastic pipe; Viking portable dishwasher; 2-30" electric ranges. specials 1955-Chevrolet 2-Ton Truck with Van 1950-Chevrolet % Ton Track For Further Information Contact: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S. Uthbridg* AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. No. 41 Lie. No. 4S8 ft car MARCH 4TH-5TH-6TH WICKER BASKET CHAIRS Natural color only. Reg. 5.44 big top price .. Box spring and mattress made to Zel-ler's exacting specifications. Luxurious comfort at Budget price. Standard 54" size Free City Delivery - "Charge It" BUILD IT YOURSELF! ALL-STEEL TOOL STORAGE SHEDS MEN'S 100% COTTON BRIEFS Full cut for extra comfort. 2 pair pack. White only. big top price .. 0 ^ f m � ps � 1 '7 1 ' In 'THESE FEATURES MAKE IT YOUR BEST BUY FOR EXTRA SPACE)  3/8" ply*MdflMr,stKl reinforce!.  Soper-tousb vinyl paint, fully iilvanfeed.  Doors with gill-geirii| rollers.  Heivy duty ulviniied threshold,  Eitrn heavy steel root heain.  fivestroijh with plastic eod protectors.  Wall nd roof battens overlap nd interlock.  locks with padlock included. DELUXE 3 PIECE MOULDED LUGGAGE SET White, Green, Blue. Reg. 39.99 big top price .. .66 "IT'S IN" WOMEN'S KRINKLE FASHION BOOTS To the knee. Ideal for the mini or the max). Black, Brown, Red. iNo Special Tools Required For Assembly 1 A build-it yourself tool or storage shed that's easy to assemble with ordinary tools! All-steel construction means years of dependable, maintenance-fret service! Reg. 8.99 big top price .. 5 .96 .. Satisfaction Located in South Lethbridge Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive Open Daily 9 a.m. 'til 6 p.m.; Wednesday 'til 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 'til 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171. ;