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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta e Herald Koiirth Section Alberta, May IV, 1972 Pages S7-46 JVo solution, lo gangland killings OUT Of MY WA Two-year-old Ian Sunn of Toronto o duck, but ihe duck I0" fn I u'i'J '-rmd- urirks. I! happened al Ciiy Hall square in Toronto Ian tinrL vfir anting up a bil of nurly Springtime sunshine.__________________ CHICAGO -'O-' jiG in tiie tors. sharing the suspicion v.'cre given clofibratc ;j link between tot four times a day. heart disease. 55U men in '.he control UM an diiii? v.hu-h v.-ern untreated for an duces the hcarf-sUack 39-month period, aud Writing in the Journal of they too received clofi- American Medical therapy for the remam- tion, the researchers say Ing 23 montlis of the study. drug, called clofibrale, lowered fat levels in the blood nnd reduced the non-fatal heart-at ta ck talc; by more than two-thirds in a study 2 and S consisted of younger men without coro- 1 nary heart disease and an av-i erage age of 37.5 years. Those ,j j in group 2 received clofibrate f more than 3.000 therapy for more than i Drs. Louis K. Krasno years. Group 3 was given no George J. Kidera snici Hint therapy and observed for just Tnoro than -'.000 under two years. Met) in all Average upr, wy? s three groups were given tiior- the non-fat.'il esamina'-ic'iis 1 I.OiMl '..'I' No dietary mstrie- -'or men [renird -A [Hi ilu: were placed on Ihe men- fliid li.G per i.wu i-neh for untreated men. The A? n result of 5tudy the. even niore found lhat: more tlirjii t'.iwj men in years U'UMHer. Treated, then' ivith clofihraln. tlie in- raic wji.s .G4 per of Jion-f.itril heart, at- year; untreated ii. rxr .t.ooo caeh g h ihe s'ip.io degree of "protee- of coronary he.'ir! tiou" from heart a 1 1 Ft c k ease still is unknown, ihe whether men with Iiigh blood- (hors said, the results of Ihcir support the theory ot levels showed no response, partial response, or more r o n association o in p .1 c t e response to the liigli and ofiry liL'ari Mam iicinns have suspected ilu's protective effect nf do-, fibrale therapy became evi- sonic lime and have within one Jo three ficribed various- in c a s u r e months of treatment. sueh low cholesterol men with normal blood- '.n tile fat eon tent levels, whether treated or :hcir ItUcjd. rented. fJcveloped any evi- 'helnry mniinpeiuetii i.c on of hears attack. ftiffieult ihe rehi.'iirehers rate therapy din not ddod to Iry B d.aig apprweli to the appear to make a significant difference in death rates ixv The D iH f treated n.nd untreated rjirue groups of men men. Since fhe fjcgijniuig of "for up tn OVR the -sfudy six men died, from 1 rnadr of in the treated men free ri'inm.'iry tinrl ciuht in 'he itn- and men iiroiips." 'HiOSC efferl.s n( clotibrate '7 years These men nnusea and Jiviflcd ini.o twu '1.9 ce.nl (if !ho .md ,tlo. pijir-malehcd foi tlian me'i in I'n.ctnrs Mieh ns croup- 1 and 1 resea rollers coneluued r r- u 1 5-inee flofilirnle lessened :.ri.ly tneidenec nf c-ornnary of heart. ilisea.'-e witlioi't. i.vinily and of blnod- a r. 1 level.1-, some other nseeha- at yet mik-ncron. The authors are from the division of clinical rescarcii, United Air Lines, San Fran- By t-fiiidon Oliscrver YORK Hours after the Mafia leader "C ra Joe Gallo was shot cloud it! a "New rcstauranl a t month, his t annelln by his yp'.m coffii? and nadc the hitler promise: "The street? will nm red wif.fi. blwifl, With the proiuiso confirmed K half a dozen more unsolved jssassinations New York police now have midrr four men whom they iielicve to be responsible for Hallo's mur- der. But Ihe.y are no nearer iolving the uiickjrwnrld uar whieh keeps turning up my-- terious corpses on she side walks oi New York m the man- ner of the yaugster killings the 1930s. ailei >rai> "f i'trying lo keep iji-iei and inrjk i respectable. New York's Mafia i has erupted, into violence at the jsante time as the film TIIK 'GODFATHER originally in- tended to lie a period piece i about the old cla.v1-; underworld, bul. all tot! close to reality is, playing n-j packed hot-scs at, fhx- Ncu York cinemas, Meantime, '.hn city's police have frankly ad- milted that they know uf nu way to prevent furlher They know about the four of Gallo's alleged nnh 'because: a fifth lovi-ph Uipji elli. himself up bn ui'-L hs felt, bis life fhn Innrd by the upirdb pected in1- fni nu i 'I'll dBUf when ht became dl after mating in p rMiui pi and, no on lK. caitsC'l by sn sim- ple a bad piece of fish, liut i 1, u p a r e 1! i's uncorrohoraled i slory un.suffieienf evideiici; fnr tin.; police tn make any ar- rests. They art nowhere near finding fin; of other Mafia associates who have died dramatically during the past few weeks. In true un- derworld fasii-i.on, one body was found wrapped in black nibber JihcKiting in the boot, of a ear '.vhnse number plates had been ehanged, Iv.'u men were gunned down on ionely streets, more men shof in the back as t.hey left York rtslaur- nnt.s and all iiienlifieatinn re- moved f r o rn their clothes. Brick street eoflee honso? and rlipu.sL'cl parking lots in Nev, 1 York's it.? hon m c n murder e d nnd that Colnmho had takes i are still favored by Mafia Grillo. The two leaders used to a number of hi? Illegal i Siissirib, just us wore be members of the Prof Instead ot "keeping j Mafia "family" which warm" for Gallo during The names are different. over after Profaci imprisonment. old wars involved Mafia ten years ago. All evidence AH the recent assassinations 1 like .Anastasia., Luciano, a n that Gallo had been of men believed to j Geriove.se. Today's war is a ry ing o seize cont rol have been allied with either vival of the 10-year-old since but was inhibited or Colombo. One of the i between the forces of having to serve a jail men was said to and Joe Colombo. With extortion which ended have switched sloes from one i dead and Colombo last gang to the other which made and menially incapacitated few months after he a certain victim for shoot- ut) us.sasination attempt released., 'there was the he wa? speaking to an tion attempt on alleged informant, Jo- rally in New Ynrk last Gullo denied any part in if Luparelli, is reported to there is a tremendous that he was trying (old tire police not only struggle for all the straight''. However, he his part in Gallo's death gambling and extortion first Mafia leader to also of nlher victims of the which the two gangs to his gang, and it war whose bodies have Ii if-, widely believed jXnrmi who almost killed veiled up or covered with Hallo's men attempted tn I'nderv.'orW sources concrete The truth is bard to Colombo, and in that was from the legend. I hitch BY I.EONAKP rilATT 'Al-1'- The landing ship lay nosed into the .-and, its bo1-1-' doors gaping like the jaws Mt a beached whale, a.s Tai- wanese soldiers trooped aboard. "They're the happy a local onlooker said. "They're going home.'1 Bui though a few hundred of M.tKn EU veir going home !o cnrlinp their hitt h "ii UK i lind thousand mon rpin.nmng bclund in the; ror.kv of the r f 11 on the port of Foochow on the Quemov Island in the mouth of the1 Amoy harbor. The army's lonely vigil un about 15 such islands along the China coast, is al! that remains of Chiang Kai-shek's hold on the Chinese mainland, of flic islands lias battle for 12 years. i The Taiwanese cannot leave. If only because they have .spent much effort building up the islands and telling their allies how essential they arc Nor could Peking threw their, out. wHhout heavy losses and a spate of unfavorable publicity With both sides at stalemate th( Hind info that Kind of tianquillitA b> old battlefields that time has Nissed by. rommunisUl and Taiwanetu hove '.vrjrked out ;i series, of tnt'it. ngreumcnts to keep the peace maintaining the image of war, REACHED DETENTE The t wo sides ha vc ev en reached a detente on the, in- shore fishing grounds where junks of both sides take the yel- i lowfbh for which this part of the coast is famous is no nptirm of (He Maulr 7s f'f'i! Chilians, hut evcrvonc is enrolled in militia units that drill regular! i Token U.S. support for the is- lands continues despite Presi- dent Xixon's trip to China, The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency also maintains a small monitoring operation on the is- lands, Many U.S. officials long ago I wrote off the islands militarily, Efforts have been made to en- j courage the Taiwanese to re- duce their commitment to the j islands on grounds they are too expensive to maintain and tie down too many of the govera- ment's best troops. But even if the value of the j islands is questionable in mili- tary terms, they are crucial to the rulilig myth thai (he Nation- j alist Chinese on Taiwan form the government of all China. .Mii'iii-i.nr, iin: growth in .Britain .-jneintt fun.-r nn.i r -i i n i> i Mirr.'ip} Drnpiinriup' -'.nntsfuM er .-nv! can ieK jtenple Drnp.'ircd Thr lulled 'if A.-'-r-- v.nmrin '.vhrt told Mien lu'-i I'.-i'.i nf f.'iiuil} 'loe'di jit'Oiil, ;t onr 'i.'df 'lu'LM. L'ri Mir 're.-'ttne'ii frrr founr1 h-UTj nentr-'d -mr] onr ;ji I- KVSM" r. rfi -.ffirt.it- 'nr> n. L-.-n- Jn-ih. :in'l found fh.v medirnl pr'Klii-r TIT; ,y .-rintrc: "Tcr nm'd hv j he, stale, ran prrseribo vorrymr.'.'' it for' their if bn- A spokwman for t.he. sovrTTi- benefit their, henlt.h Llepnif.rnent are cjnneka ,7inl oould liosfv.N'ei! A did Jio iio Jo mnra Unn objectloiB io cnn- Tn.igiinnn "nremisn not i Dr. FellA' eoiivsn- lien1 ;i5 a of cenve.ulional doctor now prneMsoA j iheiT- oonlrol i aciipiinclurft fnllf.inte, paid flw over who may It. Any- irentoent MJIA- ono -.Tm ;ip ;ii M flci'punc-. fCft. I. From Tide to you! 5 Chevy Vegas for Alberta Here's a beautiful opportunity to win your own personal spanking new 1972 Chevy Veqa because Tide is awarding not one. not two, but five of these popular com- pact as Alberta alone Send us your name and address with a Tide box top (or facsimile) to: We. Box 3222, Termnal A, Toronto I, Ontario. 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