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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THI IFTHIRIDGE HEKAIO March 1971 Protestant game played in Ireland BELFAST AP Belfast children play a new game called Catholic and Protes using make believe gasoline bombs and tomato sauce for Grownups head for subur ban pabs and movies on Sat l urday night instead of going downtown where a package of explosive may roll inside the next time someone opens the Burnedout taverns along Falls Roman Catholic the Prot estant Shankjll are bricked up as the owners expect them to stay that way a long The Northern Ireland sea port capital bears the scars of nearly two years of sectarian Few of its peo ple think the last round is Few heads turn any more at the occasional British Army Weu regulations curb equipment imports PM BUYS EASTER SEALS Denis tlr crippled childrens performs his first official func tion by selling worth of Easter Seals to Prime Minister in of has had both legs amputated below the knee but plays centre for a hockey TORONTO CP The fed eral government has adopted j new regulations to protect Cana dian producers from unfair im Iportations of subsidized heavy 1 equipment and Fi i nance Minister Edgar Benson said I He told the Canadian Import ers Association that regulations were passed by the cabinet Tuesday to curb such imports when they threaten material in jury to Canadian industry pro ducing the same kind of Canada needs a high of both exports and imports for its economic he Oddities in the News England AP The wordless vicar of Johns finally has his pari shioners interested and He did it with the silent For Norman Kelly wrote raging editorials on controversial subjects in bis He tried abuse and every other device to stir his sleepy parish into a dis cussion without making a Then Kelly distributed a newsletter which merely 6aid Itear Parishioners and ended Yours Sincerely with nothing in Now everyone is getting at at he said TAPE SALE fcjular C OR MUSICLAND 13th and 3rd People who have never previously spoken to me have been stopping me in the They dont all agree with my action but its at least got them Sicily AP Maria Concetta married Biagio di then eloped with his Biagio and his brothers wife reported the elopment to police today ard charged the two runaways with aban doning their The bride disappeared two hours after the wedding while the bridegroom was picking up their luggage for the hon eymoon Relatives began to suspect what had happened when Biagios brother Giu failed to return home that Later Maria telephoned long distance that she and Giu seppe had been m love for a long But the country has a rigl under the General Agreemen on Tariffs and Trade GATT ti protect itself from The new regulations wer passed under the AntiDumpin Act and apply to imports heavy equipment and machin ery that have been subsidize by the country of or so on unusually low credit This is a kind of dumpin since the net cost of the gooc to the importer is reduced b the easy he Canada is joining other deve oped countries in offering spf cial tariff concessions for in Kootenay lake fishery in danger from dams VICTORIA CP A re search scientist fired two weeks ago by the British Columbia government says dams built under the Canada United States Columbia River Treaty could wipe out a million sport fishery on Kootenay Lake in the a Turkish born scientist who has spent six years in charge of a provin cial research project into the effect of the said two fish kills in Kootenay Lake can be traced to poor quality wa ter stored behind Duncan Acara said in an inter view he was fired from his job March 5 on two hours notice because he repeatedly warned of danger of more massive fish Kostenay enriched by biologists 20 years ago when they introduced fresh water shrimp to supplement natura produces some of the worlds biggest rainbow trou along with a number of other fish The Duncan whic went into operation in cut off the Duncan River two mile north of Kootenay Th Kootenay which run into the south end of the mile long will be cut b the Libby Dam in In the fall of a millioi whitefish died in the north anc west arms of Kootenay Lake In rainbow trou that were spawned in the Lar deau River started dying from similar Acara said the problem is caused in the Duncan reser voir by rotting vegetation which takes oxygen from the water and replaces it with carbon Macfenzies TRADERMS ACCEPTED ON EVERY Just bring m anywatch of its we will allow you 20 to 50 off watch fn our fine ITS TO YOUR CREDITA MACKENZIES CHARGE ACCOUNT AFFItfATED WITH MAPPING LIMITED IN LETHBRIDGE 613 4th Telephone 3284214 ports from the developing coun Import duties for goods from such countries will be cut by the end of this year to the low rate of the British Preferen tial or to twothirds the current GATT whichever is This should lead to an expan sion of world trade which will benefit all Ben son But Canada reserves the right to withdraw these spe cial tariff preferences for a par ticular product if imports prove to be disruptive or threaten se rious injury to Canadian produ The finance minister urged the United States to revise its tariff law which now permits imposition of higher duty rates on imports of subsidized whether or not they threaten to do injury to American Only when injury is threatened should such duties be Canada cannot afford to pur sue a policy of high Benson Trade is too important to us and I think vir tually all Canadians are agreed on But if we want to bring about a reduction in the general level of it is essen tial to have effective measures to prevent market disruption and unfair competition in our domestic is essential too that we use all our bargaining power to get effective entry into other markets for those goods which we can produce efficiently in jeep that rolls through town during the and military spot searches of cars at night are only a But the strain is TOURISTS SCARCE Irish linen and tweed shops are nearly empty of Some per cent of Ulsters vork force are partly because of the A bill for riot damage esti mated unofficially at mil lion 596 still being Psychiatrist Morris Fraser of the Childrens Hos pital reports an upsurge in mental illness among the youngsters exposed to the Fraser says The kids play at They use tomato sauce for blood one then see real blood the Fantasy and reality exist side by Some of these kids cant tell the Among Frasers pa he says in a report to the British Journal of Psy was who de veloped crying fits and night mares of a big evil man with frightening eyes after his family was twice evacuated from Peter Outram of the Na tional Society for the Preven tion of Cruelty to Children says fouryearold children in playgrounds pretend to hurl gasoline bombs at each other across makebelieve barri SOME UNAFFECTED Michael a Protestant accountant who lives with his wife and five children in a hillside house in suburban Newtown is typical of a large number of middleclass mod erates unaffected by the trou FOR MILY INSHRAttim 3274581 Of the SO people in our 13 are Roman Catho Blankley The young men drink and go out to find girls We have Roman Catholic neighbors with whom we are good But there is next to no con tact in the downtown riot areas between Protestants and People outside Belfast dont realize that Catholic and Protestant here can go through life without meeting each Fraser Theres complete division in neighborhoods and The atmosphere of hos tility is ever Experienced observers in Northern Ireland say the Catholic attitude has mel lowed somewhat with the gradual introduction of civil i rights reforms by the govern REGAINING COMPOSURE They say the parlor mod erates of the Protestant mid dle class are slowly regaining the composure they lost when three British soldiers were they blame on republican They noto some fledgling ef forts to reorganize life across sectarian for a social group from both sides of the peace line the New Ulster a mixed civic action and the Alliance which plans to put up candidates at tractive to both Street confrontations be tween Protestant and Catholc crowds have al though guerrilla activity pers ists within the Catholic com COME IN SEE THE NEW WORLD of SHOES FOR YOUR FEET at WORLD OF SHOES 317A 6th STREET SOUTH Come on over to the friendly flavour of Golden West Goldenwest GoidenvVest tastes the way Alberta beer should taste and ANOTHER FINE PRODUCT OFTHE CALGARY BREWING 8574 ;