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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wtdnnioy, Octob.r 13, 1971 THf UTHBKIDGl HWAID 31 FINDS DEVICE Yves Roy, released from jail last week where he was held under authority of the War Measures Act, points to a listening device he said he found in the attic of his home in St. Hubert, near Montreal. Coup leaders rounded up BUENOS AIRES (AP) Ar- gentina's military government has arrested 15 more persons, including a brigadier-general and a Roman Catholic priest, for alleged complicity in the at- tempt last weekend to over- throw President Alejandro Lan- usse. A total of 65 persons has been rounded up since loyal troops put down the revolt led by right-wing officers. There was oo shooting. Among those detained Mon- day was Brig.-Gen. Rioardo Elcheverry Boneo, commander of the 1st Armored Cavalry Bri- gade. In the 18-hour revolt about troops of the brigad< occupied the towns of Azul am 01 a v a r r i a south of Buenos Aires. Forty-eight officers of the brigade have been arrested. The arrested priest is Rev. Julio Meinvielleof Buenos Aires, an outspoken advocate of right-wing causes. Crowd demands reparations DA NANG, Vietnam (AP) A U.S. Army convoy forced a minibus full of disabled Viet- namese veterans off a road south of here today, injuring eight, authorities reported. A crowd of Vietnamese held up the whole six-truck convoy for more than eight hours and demanded in repara- tions. Negotiators were reported to have worked the sum down to The veterans had been return- ing from the funeral of the leader of an anti-government faction of disabled veterans who was killed by a gunman Sunday A U.S. command spokesman said the money paid was an ex pression of sorrow and not com pcnsation. Payment of claims from tlie incident would take some tune and be made after investigation and processing. He said one of the U.S. trucks ran into the rear of the funera procession. Court won't halt interrogation WASHINGTON (AP) Over a strong dissent by Justice Wil- liam 0. Douglas, the U.S. Su- preme Court refused to halt (he interrogation of prisoners at At- tica about last month's rebel- lion. Douglas said public interest in the case runs high and the court should have cleared the way for an early ruling. Lawyers for a group of pris- oners said last week that prison- ers at Attica, in New York state, are being beaten with clubs In a "continuing pattern of assaults and threats." They asked Justice Thurgood Mar shall to end the questioning o prisoners by state officials unti lower courts decided whethe the legal rights of prisoners were being violated. Douglas, dissenting from the 6-to-l decision, said the eour should have issued an injunction for a temporary restrainini. order and granted a hearingTo the prisoners. Controversial buffalo hunt ends HOUSE ROCK, Ariz. (AP) Arizona's controversial buffalo "hunt" has ended here with 81 of the animals killed by hunters at close range. Each year, the stale holds the shoot to keep the herds at House Rock and Raymond Ranch at about 200 buffalo each. The hunters are selected by lot after they pay each for a once-in-a-lifetime permit which entitles them to one-quarter o the meat from the animal killed. The buffalo are herded into an enclosure in twos or threes, equal number of hunters backed by state game employ ees, do the shooting from lea. than 100 yards. One of the hunters this year was Lester Cody, great-grand nephew of William (Buffalo Bill) Cody. U.S. ship crew punished for backing TV-protest ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) The Daily News says 18 crew members of the Coast Guard cutter Confidence have been punished for expressing support of the Greenpeace atomic test protest group. 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