Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 9, 1972 · Page 19
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7 Two Rebels Said Shot Irish Protest Against Internment Policy ..BELFAST. (AP) ^-' Gunfiro; explosions and rtjdaslvo slrccl ' dompufllratlons gavo NorllicTn Ireland n UimuHwous diiy of lloniiin, Cutliollb protest today against Die British Internment policy, ',.·· i ; -, « Buses wore hijacked' In; Belfast mul the border town of Nowry, A gang of youths .stopped a freight train outside Luigan and bombarded It with gasoline grenades. British troops snld they shot two guerrilla, gunmen in the capital, and three'soldiers were slighlly wounded. · Several thousand Catholics t6ok Id the streets of Belfast at 4ra,m,, the hour when the British Antiyia year ago today began rounding up men suspected of being activists of the Irish Republican Army. . «· IRA NOT STOPPED · In the year since, more than 760 men were Interned without trial, but the.roundups did rtdt slop the IRA. Nearly 300 are still held, leased 47 and the British re- mpre Tuesday. But Uip;Cnlliollcs ttomnnd freedom for all and Iho end of the internment law,-. Bombs nlid ; shots were hoii'rd In llio Bullymurphy, Mow Lodge and Andorsonntown''districts, of Belfast. The army said troops fired at and hit a gunman In Andersonslown, but the crowd dragged him away. A mob tried to ilorm a police and a r m y ' post In Springfield Road, -and the ma cnliiGgun burst sprayed Its sandbag emplacements. The rioters tried to ram the sandbags with a crane, but the troops drove them off with rubber bullets. In the Falls Roud, another major Catholic precinct, rioters dragged three buses atid .a truck across the street- and set Ihem ablaze. , ' · - .!/·",; IN LONDON , Meanwhile, Britain's administrator for "Northern'.Ireland, William Whitclaw, hurried to London to confer of the Social Democratic and Labor Party, or SDLP. Iho party of Northern Ireland » moderate Catholics. i Whllolaw said ho would meet with Iho SDLP leaders again Friday, ' The Piotestanl Belfast News- otter claimed that at least 260 IRA "gunmen and activists" have,been killed in the three years of religious warfare. The Newsletter said ils information came from police and IRA sources. ' The government says Its confirmed total of 601 dead in the three years includes 54 IRA men. But the guerrilla organization has a long trndlllon of spiriting away Us dead and wounded, to bury or heal them In secret. Prime Minister Edward Heath after two days of talks with leaders laws Barring The Arrest Oi Epileptics, Diabetics Urged Presley Divorce Agreement Said Nearly Complete MEMPHIS, Tenn/ .(AP) -Entertainer Elvis Presley «ays No has consulted hl« lawyer ani) Agreements tire almost com- pfeto for divorce action against wife, Prlscllla. "We have both been to my attoincy and the agreements arc just about completed. I'm sorry and disappointed that things didn't work out," Presley said in an Interview published by the Memphis Commercial Appeal on Tuesday. '*! still consider my personal life extremely persona) and will not comment at this lime on any of the involvements. Just say I'm single/' Presley,, 37, reportedly wll file for divorce from his brunette wife of five years in Lob Angeles. . ^__^ NorthwM! Arkansa* TIMK, W«d,, Aug. 9, 1972 w * ' 1 T '* U By Denial Of Funds Congress May Scrap Road Safety Program WASHINGTON '(AP) -- Con-l iress la ready to scrap the Nixon administration's request Ibr open-ended authorization of money for programs Intended to reduce highway death*. Nearly 300,000 persons have died In traffic accidents during the six years that broad-based federal legislation has.been on, the books. Authorities Insist their programs are beginning to savelllvcs. Transportation Secretary John A, Volpe has urged a series of revisions In the 1968 National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act so his department can increase the effectiveness of its programs through research, testing, public Information and developing and enforcing new safety stand- urdn, ' But'his proposal Included an open-ended authorization of funds to replace current specific yearly appropriations Start- Ing with the current fiscal year, With several other auto-safety bills awaiting action, and lime running out for consideration of major changes in this session of Congress, 'the·'amend- ments were set aside for review later by the Senate and House, T h e congressional committees voted for a limited one- year authorization of funds, but a dispute Is developing over the dmount. . · - . · ' . ' ' Tho^Hduse Commerce Committee approved $37.45 million which the administration said il needed for activities through next Juno 30. But the Senate Commerce Committee's version would authorize $51.71 million. Admiral Perry Dies "OAK HARBOR, Wash. (AP'. -- , Retired Navy Vice Adm John Perry, 75, skipper of the aircraft carrier USS Beulleai Wood during World War II djed Monday after a lengthy 111 ness. Perry also served in th Korean War and retired in 1959 Burymore Fined On Marijuana Charge MS ANGBLES (AP) * Acto vrilor John Batrymore Jr. W,on given until Ocl. 5 lo pay a* (100 fino. dn. ,a misdemeanor; marijuana charge. ',,»·» The son of 'the (ale '11m alar, John, .Barrymore pleaded not contest Tuesday lo the charg«* at ""a/ preliminary hearing here.,; Municipal' Court Judge Gilbert" Alston said Iho 30-year-old a6^ tor'musi spend 10 days In jail if the fine is not paid by the deadline. Police said Barrymoro and a c o m p a n i o n were arrested March 10 In a studio where" marijuana was allegedly found, oil a desk. ,:£ r.SAN FRANCISCO (AP ) experts from the 50 some 200 legal experts. Policemen would search the states have decided to press for person for an identification )a,ws assuring that epileptics, bracelet, necklace, card or djabeties and others found in some other sign of a medical iliblic by police in a dazed 'or problem. If the officer found Disabled condition are handled none, he still, would be'required " a! sick people. . to send for medical help. » : A proposed law tentatively The proposed law is designed approved without opposition also to protect alcoholics and Tuesday is designed to bar victims of drugs, their arrest, "which happens Since the officer woul d be Wo often these days across the checking the wallet or billfold, Use Our Convenient Ciurtesy Booth Pay Utility Bills We Sell Travellers Express Money Orders nd, said Robinson u. Everett. He is a Durham, N.C., lawyer and Duke University Professor who headed the committee which drafted the proposed statute. . . · · · . . · · T-Only two stales -- Georgia and Pennsylvania -- currently require police to look for a possible medical reason for; unconsciousness. The 48 other states \Vili be asked to follow their lEad as a result of the action taken /Tuesday by The National 'Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. v"We're trying to make sure 111 people aren't treated as criminals," Everett said in an interview following tentative Spproval of the model law by me Jaw experts tooK steps to protect him from lawsuits. That is, 1 he could not be. sued for invasion,of privacy, larceny or illegal .search. . : Everett credits teacher of French in Eastdn, Pa., for the proposed law. Four years ago, John P. Cassidy, a slightly built man of '36, was being arrested: for apparent drunkenness on a . city street. He tried to fight off the officer, a hefty ex-boxer, -and was booked for assault and hat^ tery. Later it was discovered that Cassidy was an epileptic. The teacher was acquitted -and then : began a campaign to protect other sick people from being arrested as criminals. ;*.-. . . · guidebook For Protesters To GOP Convention * MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) -Protest leaders are trying to recruit demonstrators for the |ond And Dowd pin Primaries ·In Missouri iST. LOUIS (AP) -- Two can- djdates opposing the "democratic establishment" in Jefferson City--Republican Christopher "Kit" Bond and Democrat Edward L. Dowd of St. Eouis--have emerged from the Missouri primary election as the gubernatorial candidates ffir the November general election. ' -In, Tuesday victory statements, each predicted he would succeed two-term Gov. Warren B;' Hearnes, who was at odds with Dowd in the closing weeks 61' the campaign and was criticized constantly by Bond for government patronage. CBond, 33, the state auditor who won a slate supreme court test of his residency to remain on the primary ballot, ran away from St. Louis County prosecutor Gene McNary. -With 94 per cent of the vote ffbm 4,113 precincts in, Bond Hid by 187,000 votes, pulling 74 .rjEr cent in a five-man field. ;;Dowd, a 54-year-old former FBI agent who campaigned for law and order, pulled away from Lt. Gov. William S. Morris by 110,000 votes with 96 per cent tallied. : Slate Rep. Jack Schramm of University City won the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor by 70,000 votes over House Speaker James E. Godfrey of St. Louis. Schrarnm's November opponent was undecided today between Joseph Badaracco, the president of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen, and slate Rep William C. Phelps ot Kansas ·-Badaracco led by 975 votes with 95 per cent of the vote cpunted. Schmilz Names~His finance Chairman -HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Actoi Walter Brcnnan will be finance cfiairman for the American parly's presidential candidate John Schmllz. '·Bronnnn, 78, said Tuesday Hje California GOP Congress man "Is one candidate who is riot committed to the big money ejjUbllBhmenl Hint dominates both Hie Qld political parties." Delimit/, defeated for renoml nntlon In President Nixon' hpmt district, was nomlnatcc «t the third party's convonlioi ln ; Lonliivllle, Ky., lint week Republician National Convention vith' Van 'illustrated guidebook :alling for "nonviolent civil dis- ibedience" and warning par- icipants to be prepared for mass, arrests, "The Manual for the Republi- jan Convention" distributed Tuesday by five protest groups aid the goal of demonstrations during the Aug. 21-23 GOP convention "is to isolate and defeat lichard Milhous Nixon." The tabloid - size phamphlet urged protesters to avoid property damage and disruption of Jiami Beach's senior citizen community. "We will not provoke or at- .ack police, National Guard or our brothers who are GIs," it added. . , OCCUPYING STREET But the 24-page manual laid out a step-by-step plan for "occupying" the streets surround- ng Miami Beach Convention lall on the night President Nixon is expected to give his nomination acceptance speech. "Four more years of Nixon will be accepted on the inside of the convention hall, while outside troops ring the per- meter and thousands of us resist and say NO!" the manual said. Using aerial photos to illus- jate, the guidebook mapped out four sites where demonstra- s should congregate during :he convention. It speculated on which areas police were likely to permit protesters to gather and the sites where arrests vere likely. PRIME PURPOSE "While the prime political )urpose in coming to the GOP Convention is not necessarily to get arrested, the possibility ol mass arrest does exist," the manual said. .The manual advised would-be demonstrators to keep identification and about $10 in cash in their wallets and know an address in Miami in case they are arrested. It advised "brothers and sis- lers under 18" to avoid arrest because they would probably be sent home by juvenile authorities. Neither police nor protest leaders are making predictions on the number of demonstrators expected. Margaret Writes Book About HST NEW YORK (AP) -- Margaret Truman Daniel says William Morrow Co. will publish in January a book she has written about her fnllicr, former President Harry S Truman. Mrs. Daniel said Tuesday thai, material for the hook came from the former chief executive's private papers, "letters nnd memoranda written by him." 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