Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 7, 1972 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 7, 1972
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"" Demetrius To Follow Rath To Reunion ISTANBUL, Turkey (A! 1 ) - Dcmclrlns I, ecumenical paid artfi of the Eastern Orthodox Church, has pledged to follow Ihe "bright straight path" lo Christian reunion laid down l» his predecessor, Athcnagoras I. Demetrius, answering questions Sunday submitted to him In writing, said that "Ihc links with the Holy Church of Rome will be strengthened and pro inoted. Demetrius, 58, s « c c e c d c c Athenugoras, who died July 6 Athenagoras in his 24 years as spiritual leader of worldwide orthodoxy · began a dialogue with the Roman Catholic Catholic Guerrillas Regroup After Strongholds Raided BELFAST (AP) - Two British soldiers and » yp.ulh wore killed ciii'ly Monday ns Ihc via- Icnce in Northern Ireland Increased ngnln. bringing Ihc Ihi'cc-ycav cleiiih loll close lo the 500 ninrk.; The Calholie giiorrlllas-or the Irish Republican Army were reported to have regrouped following Hie Brillsh Army's sweep Inlo Iheir barricaded strongholds In Belfast nml Londonderry last week. Troops manning on army post In Belfast came under [Ire from iin anti-tank Im/.ookn and immeditilely raided nearby homes In Ihc Aadersonslovvn area but failed lo locate the weapon. Two soldiers were killed and Church that led to the first meeting of n Pope nnri a patriarch in 500 years. two others were injured when their iinnc-cd J!ib;; wins burled Into n ditch by n mine on n country road In County Forma- nacc, near the border. . KXKCUTED ' In Bolfnsl, llic body of "n youth of about 1 17 was found on a street, apparently tho victim of an assassination squad. Ho was not immediately Identified, but .both Catholic and Protes- lant execution sqnnds have been active In Belfast In recent days. · · , i . The' three deaths raised the confirmed fatalily toll in Ulster since August 1303 to 'ID2, with 283 of them recorded this year. The IRA's militant Provisional wing warned Hint its members are ready to resume operations afler a lull, Guerrillas who took refuge across the border in the Irish republic last week were reported tillering tack into the Londonderry ni'on; · Catholic rcstmlmonl triggered a major riot In Belfast when it mob stormed nn army post in a sporis ground, lore down .an iron" fence with their hands, set an armored car nblav.o and stoned troops. .After a peaceful demonstration to prolcsl the army's takeover of Casement Sporis P a r k , about t.OOD men and youths attacked the army post, cheered on by hundreds of by- slanders, · T h e pro-Cnlholic Social Democratic and Labor partic. cancelled talks today vvilh Wll- l|am Whilelaw, the British administrator of Nortiiern Ireland. The parly leaders apparently feared loss of Catholic support If they rnol with While- law while nnli-British feeling Is running high. It wns speculated llwl' the British administrator might release $10 I R A susp^ls still Interned lo aiipenso Iho Catholics. Hospitalized CAIRO (AP) -- Ynstr Ai'afnl, leader of Ibe Palestine Liber fUioh Orgnnlznllon, has .entered n hospital for a obeckup, , The newspaper Al Gomhonr- lyn reported Sunday Hint Arafat more than ii week ago was ordered to bed after suffering from k something described ns exhaustion while visiting In Alexandria. : . Then, wheii he arrived ii Cairo, he again entered a liospl lal, Ihis time for n cold, the newspaper reported. Ramsay Clark; Tours Dikes .TOKYO (AP) ^ Former Ally. don. Uamsny Cliirh linn .ourctl 'dikes In North V|clniun which wore (|nmn(tccl by U.S. ulrslrlkos, iiccorclltij! l,i) Ihc of- lolnl Vietnam Ncwa.Agciicy. · A-'braiidcnul' Monitored Sunday siilO Cliivk toiirctl- Pint Vnng. u ' v l l l u K c In Thnl nin'n Province, on Aug. 3, anil Inlci 1 told a correspondent (or the Voice of Viclnnm: "We visited one site yoslerdny where dikes lind liecn bombed. The bombs directly hit Hie top of dikes . . . The bombing should ,be slopped Immediately, should bnve never been done In IlicJU'st place nml should nev.or be clone n g n l n , · 1 Clark, attorney general under President Johnson, left: Wash- Inglon July U tor n two-week tour of North Vietnam at I'ne invitation.'of the North Vietnamese government. D I S C O U N T C E N T E R "WHERE YOU ALWAYS BUY THE BEST^f'OR LESS" Arrid Extra Dry Anti- Perspirant 9-oz. 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