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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Monday, October News In brief Two shot in Belfast BELFAST (Reuter) Two men on their way to work were shot to death from a passing car today in what were apparently sectarian murders. The men, both building workers, were attacked on a road between the mainly Roman Catholic Falls Road and Shankill Road districts. The car drew up and one of the three occupants fired eight to 10 shots. The vehicle was later found abandoned. PEI vice-regent dies CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) Lt.-Gov. J. George MacKay died in hospital early today following a brief illness. He was 80. The lieutenant-governor had been in deteriorating health since he was admitted to hospital three weeks ago, after cutting short a European holiday because of a heart condition. Police stop tribal fights PORT MORESBY (Reuter) Police have broken up three days of tribal fighting ing up to warriors in Papua-New Guinea's troubled Chimbu district with arrests and a raid on arms caches. The battle scene outside the town of Kerowagi, 250 miles northwest of here, was reported quiet but tense by a police spokesman today after riot police forced an uneasy truce between the rival Siku and Gena clans. Guerrilla chief, French talk BEIRUT (Reuter) Pale- stinian guerrilla leader Yasir Arafat met French Foreign Minister Jean Sauvagnargues for 45 minutes at the French Embassy in this Lebanese capital today. It was Arafat's first meeting with a Western foreign minister. Diplomatic sources said Sauvagnargues was believed to have questioned the guerrilla leader on Palesti- nian strategy at next month's United Nations debate on Palestine Sentenced to death _ Moon Se-Kwang, 23, is flanked by guards as he stands before judge at Seoul District Criminal Court Saturday. Moon was sentenced to death for attempting to assassinate South Korean President Chung Hee Park. The president's wife and a school girl were killed in the shooting. Powerline extortionist Scotland plagued by strikes j j