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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November I, 1972 THE LETHMIDGE HEKALD British troops battle RC vouths BELFAST (AP) British troops clashed with rioting Ro- man Catholic youths in London- derry Friday in one of the worst outbreaks of trouble since the army seized control of the city's guerrilla strongholds last cummer. Soldiers fired rubber bullets and tear gas to break up mobs roving the grim streets of mu- nicipal housing that form the Creggan Estate, formerly one of Northern Ireland's most se- cure strongholds for the Irish Republican Army. The rioting continued for al- most two hours after troops ar- rested a man they said was carrying a loaded revolver. More soldiers mounted a search of the area and the rock and bottle throwing crowds converted on the streets. The incident underlined the fragility of the situation pre- vailing in Catholic precincts barred to troops and police un- til the IRA was forced out by an armored assault last July. Similar trouble flared in the Ardoyne district of Belfast Wednesday night when soldiers moved up in force in a search misssion that netted at least four top IRA district command- ers. In Omagh, County Tyrone, late Thursday night three armed men planted a bomb that wrecked a tavern owned by Charles McAlear, Catholic son-in-law of the neighboring Irish republic's justice minis- ter. The bar was evacuated be- fore the bomb went off and there were no casualties. Dublin Justice Minister Des- mond O'Malley has recently talked of bringing charges against IRA men in the south. Guerrillas earlier steered a car up a long driveway to de- posit a bomb on the doorstep of one of Northern Ireland's Stately Homes, a mansion occu- pied by Lady Mulholland, widow of a former Speaker oi the provincial parliament. Datsun announces "Discover Canada" winners. David Martin. SI John's, Newfoundland Georges W. Butler, Shelburne, Nova Scotia Edith R. MacDonald, Pictou County, Nova Scotia Mr. Ronald Whittaker, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia Mrs. Adella Rogerson, Summerside, P.E.I. Marc Long, Edmunston, New Brunswick Mrs. Mardi Pickard, Fredertelon, New Brunswick M.Jacques Fafard, M. Remi Binet, Ville St-Georges de Beauce, Due. M.GillesClavel, Hull, Que. Mrs. Rita Dawson, Westmount, Que. M. Eugene Bellev, Mistassini, Que. M. Dennis Alivizalos, Granby, Que. M. Francois Labrie, Co. de MatapedTa, Due. Prfecilla Noonan, Sherbrooke, Que. Armand Lussier, Pointe-aux-Trembles, Cue. Mademoiselle J. Rheault, Cap-de-la-Madeleine, Que. Madame Bernard Hart, Cle Huntingdon. Que. Mademoiselle M. Beauchamp, Montreal, Que. Madame M. B. Chewier, Quebec, Qua. M. Andre Mayer, Ville Labelfe Que. M. D. Kabasele, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Que. M. Denis Plamondon, Cle de Richelieu, Que. M. Michel Lamonlagne, Montreal, Que. Mademoiselle Francyne Wolfe, SWerome, Que. M. Paul Albert, Ville la Fteche, Que. Madame Claudette Beaudoin. Sept IteS, Oue. M. Armand Casavant, Omerville, Que. Nelson Kiser, Belleville, Ont., Eugene Kruysse, Mississauga, Ont. Frank McGuigan, Thunder Bay, Ont. Walter Hulter. Aylmer. Ont. Mrs. Wendy Prenty, Hamilton, Ont. Lynda Shires, St. Walter Taylor, Willowdale, Ont. William Duimering, Gueloh. Ont. John Rupert, Belleville, Ont. Michael Valois, Ottawa, Ont. ferry Giles, Niagara Falls, Ont. Wericfy Wilcox, St Catharines, Onl. laymond Quinn, Hamilton, Ont. 3elly Davidson, Willowdale, Ont (en Craik, Oakville, Ont. Michael Bell, Downsview, Onl. Werner Raedler, Kitchener. Ont. Cliff Murrell. Newmarket, Ont. Mr. Mrs. Edmond Arbic, Huntsvilie, Onl. Alfred Randall, Mississauga, Ont Parcel A. Sequin, Ottawa, Ont Ju. Axel Dietz, Toronto, Ont. A. G. Hanna, Lyn, Ont. r. Rene Cardinal, Thunder Bay, Mr. R. J. Davies, Hamilton, Ont. Robert Hullquish, Belleville, Ont. M. Robert Brodie, Willowdale, Ont. Ars. E. Simonson, Winnipeg, Man. M, Ed Ames, Swan River, Man. M. Horace Dixon, Winnipeg, Man. ,1r. Carl Hultin, Thompson, Man. Ars. Lesley Knight, Winnipeg, Man. <1rs. Henrietta Leste', Shaunavon, Saskatchewan Eveline Johnson, Bangor, Saskatchewan 3anny Daniels, Assiniboia, Saskatchewan Phillips, Calgary, Alberta 3corge Mutschler, Medicine Hat, Alberta .Irs. M. Corbel, Calgary, Alberta vtr. A. Martinolla, Edson, Alberta iiteve Yarema, Kamloops, B.C. Doreen Favel. Sicamous, B.C. Kelvin J. Martin, Durnaby, B.C. Ms. Earl A. Price, North Vancouver, B.C. _. Mitchell, Vancouver, B.C. r. R. McQueen, Victoria, B.C. and FayeToevs, Coquillam, B.C. Miss Nancy J. T.ully, Courtenay, B.C. These 75 entrants in Datsun's recent "Discover Canada" Contest each won a Canadian ravel voucher- plus cash. (All they really need for a great vacation anywhere in Canada.) They won by test-driving Dalsuns. Even the contestants who didn't win, won. They discovered a great car lor "anaola. Typhoid, rabies rampant in north YEIAOWKN1FE, N.W.T. CP) Serious outbreaks of yphoid fever and rabies have jeen reported at Sachs Harbor nd Tuktoyaktuk, a pair of ommunities along the roast of le western Arctic. CALL ME BEAR John Edward Olson is now legally named Bear. The 20-year-old Plymouth, Mich, youth went to court to request the name change because he said nobody knew him by his real name. The judge said he could find no law against having just one name, and granted the request for a legal name change. Bear has had the nickname since he was a boy, when people be- gan comparing him to a teddy bear because he was small for his age. __________ Precinct-type operation urged for police force CALGARY fCP) Manage- ment consultants have recom- mended the city police force adopt a preoinct-typc opera- :ion that would place teams of officers in designated areas. The men in the neighborhood would be reponsible for every- thing from traffic to detective duties. John Witt, a consultant with Kates, Peat and Marwick which prepared the report, said Friday tlje detective division would be downgraded if the suggestions are followed. "The idea is to get out Into shborhood, whether it be Leadership onvention dates set EDMONTON (CP) A lead- eership convention of the Social Credit party of Alberta, re- uested recently when leader iarry Strom told the legisla- ture he would not seek or ac- ept a new term in office, will e held here Feb. 1-3, 1973. The meeting will be held in -onjunetion with the annual So- :ial Credit party convention. A steering committee includ- ng Mr. Strom and Orvis Ken- nedy and Eric Lingnau of the Social Credit League executive committee has been established .0 set ground rules for the con- vention. UNDER WATER Approximately 70 per cent o: the total area of the earth's sur- face is under water. A massive vaccination pro- gram has been introduced in an attempt to control typhoid in .he two communities. About 150 ive at Sachs Harbor and 700 at Tuktoyaktuk. Dr. M. N. Noreil said Thurs- day rabies has been discovered ,n the Arctic fox population Jiat provides the basis for a fur-trapping economy. Five white fox heads were sent recently to laboratories at Lethbridge, Alta., and Dr. No- rell, Inuvik zone director for the northern health service, says all were reported infected. Medical personnel have ex- Dressed concern that rabid foxes might transmit the dis- ease to the dog population. One case of rabies in a dog was re- ported this summer. WARN POPULATION Medical officials have warned the population to avoid animals showing unusual behavior. Par- ents have been warned to keep children away from animals. The disease is believed to be an epidemic among the Arctic fox population. Sachs Harbor was stricken with four typhoid cases, all among members of the same family, but doctors traced the infection to Tuktoyaktuk. The World Health Organ- ization says six cases of typhoid fever In a restricted area constitutes an epidemic. Dr. William Sara of Inuvik said northern health service of- ficials are especially concerned because the death among those treated ade- about two per cent. "That means that if we get into the realm of 40 to 50 cases, statistically we know someone is going to die." VACCINATED HUNDREDS He said vaccination of 450 people at a mass turnout was achieved at Tuktoyaktuk. "In the sense of a disease fpreading like wildfire and out of control, that isn't the case up said Dr. Sara. He said there has been no proof that the infection was caused by unsanitary condi- tions, "but the sanitation prob- lem is a real one and needs to be fixed." Last year, an epidemic of in- fectious sew- _! related disease struck hundreds in the Mackenzie Delta. There are no sewage lines at Tuktoyaktuk. Human waste is removed from indoor toilets in green plastic bags and trucked to a dumping site. If sewage pickup is delayed by winter weather, containers remain hidden until the spring thaw. Then the contents pour out o! the plastic bags into the thaw- ing snow to be spread through- out the settlement by the spring runoff. Territorial councillor Tom Butters of Inuvik says adequate disposal methods must be in- troduced. residential, commercial or In dustrial sections of the city. "We want policemen to know the people in their zones. High now the force is too far away from the public. We want them to walk the beat again, knock on doors and talk to people. "We hope to create nn at- mosphere in which people will know the policeman in their area, trust him and come to him." The report calls for three or four deputy chiefs under chief- elect Brian Sawyer but does not specify the number of pre- cincts, their size or location WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Induttrial Anything of Irani COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck loadi Carloads Truck Scale! Magnet Crone Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap It Our Business" HENRY NEUFELD ESTATE FURNITURE AUCTION SALE MONDAY, NOV. 6th 7 p.m. HURLBURT AUCTION WAREHOUSE 1920-2 Ave. S, TERMS CASH NO Beautiful old chesterfield and chair with carved wood on back and arms; matching armchair; Fleetwqod console TV' green 3 piece sectional chesterfield suite; brown rediner chair; brown leatherette swivel rocker; leather- ette footstool; lovely blond bedroom, suite with 2 single beds, night table and double dresser and mirror; red mapie bedroom suite with 2 single beds; chest of drawers, night table and combination desk-chest of drawers; 2 single beds, each with matching double dresser and night table may be used as 2 small suites or 1 large bed- room suite; lovely blond coffee table with inlaid leather top; Inglis combination washer-dryer; table lamps; pic- tures; vases. Electric broiler-oven; iron board; dishes; pots and pans; electric appliances; Eureka vacuum; G.E. floor polisher; Firestone electric mower; gas mower; 4 card table chairs; large round mirror; 4 chairs; T.V. table; ornaments; chrome stool; 3 lawn chairs; power saw; took; artificial Christmas tree; Christmas decorations; T.V. lamps. Iteml May Viewed Sunday, November 5th 2-4 p.m. or Monday until Sale Time FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 32M705 1920 Snd AVE. 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ARTHUR LETHBRIDGE MARY RIEHL HARDIEVILLE MRS. DEIPHINE RIEHL LETHBRIDGE MRS. M. ROSS IETHBRIDGE MRS. PAT STATA IETHBRIDGE ZENA SANDERS LETHBRIDGE MARIE BARNETT LETHBRIDGE MARJORIE MACDONNEU CARDSTON VIOLET GILLIES PICTURE BUTTi ;