Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 1, 1972 · Page 2
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 2

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, May 1, 1972
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At 1706 9th Street MC · 9) it's The Entire Month Of May Is Trade-In Month. During May We Will Accept Most Anything In Trade On The Purchase Of New Home Furnishings. jnOTpsn^ -^S^! Clean out the attic, basement, garage or barn -- these old un-used items are worth something in trade on the purchase of new furniture. So Let's Trade Now! MAY IS TRADING TIME! Convenient Parkkiq "ll'/MTc slmp/titif; i.i n / i l i ' i t s u i i l r'.i/HTIr'iiri'" ( i K U K U C Y (Cnlo.) T H I H U N K Ainu., Mny 1. Belfast Police Fear Dreaded Protestant Backlash Starting HKI,I''AST, Northern Irclaixl (AP) - Embattled police sniil I o d n y Northern Ireland's (iicaded Vrotestnnt baeklosli limy to sliirting nltrsr 1'ixilfls- Unit crowds went on n stoning nlng and looling rampage in Uelfasl. Shops atnl pubs were set dine in a Ihree-hour figlit Sunday between rioters and police in eastern Belfast's Newtownards Road district, a Protestant stronghold. Bloody riols in eastern liclfast Saturday tight injured 12 police and 13 civilians. spokesman at Belfast police headquarters said, "It's ;i case of the gamekeepers turned p o a c h e r s . T h e Protestant crouds are attacking us. The Protestant backlash seems un- :!er way." lie said the violence no longer seemed solely the work of Iceji-age gangs who wear tar- an scarves as badges of Protestantism. Tlie rioters' base appeared to be broadening from a irately hooligan element, lie nddcd. "Things arc certainly escaliil- ng," saici the spokesman. "We expect more of this." Up to now, the Roman Calho- ic Irish Republican Army has caused most of the violence in Northern Ireland's nearly three years of bloodshed and deslruc- irui. The anger of the Protestant majority has been mounting since Britain a month ago suspended the Protestanl-bnscd provincial parliament and assumed direct rule in a move (o placate rebellious Catholics. Hardline Protestant leader William Craig, founder of the militant Vanguard movement which claims 100,000 supporl- British night. issued » warning to Hie government Sunday AUTO GLASS His letter to Prime Minister Edward Heath said unless the 1UA is completely destroyed ion the loyalist people of Ulster will hiive no other option but to take action which 1s con : sidcred appropriate in the present situation." Crnig said Protestants were beginning to envisage civil war. Trouble in the Protestant streets of East Belfast began last week when a car believed from n Catholic area sped into the district and men Inside shot down two Protestant youths. Sunday night and early today, at least six shops and pubs were wrecked by flying rocks or set ablaze with flaming gasoline bombs. Police reported widespread looting: Rioters hijacked a garbage collection truck: nnd used H to haul rocks to sidestrect battlegrounds. Bottles and stones rained down on police from a mnb of nbont 300 who singed lightning raids out of the darkness. Three policemen were injured and four rlolers arrested. In (he Catholic enclave of Ardoyne, youths commandeered vehicles and turned them Into blazing barricades to prated gunmen wlw fired nt nrmy patrols. · The British Troops' shot buck but claimed no hits. A booby-trapped bus blesv up in the Catholic Anderspnstown area shattering scores'of windows. _ , In Londonderry, .Northern Ireland's second city where the IUA rules 35,000 people behind barricades and trenches,- guer^ rillas shot in the leg a man whom they accused of stealing money. , ; ·· , They called an ambulance before carrying out sentence so, they said, "there would- be no unnecessary suffering' on the man's part." Ultrasonic Alarm Cutting Racial Violence at School By JAMES K. STALEY Associated Press Writer SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - Ultrasonic technology is helping a public l i i g h school overcome racial violence and vandalism. Using a grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, John F. Kennedy High School lias developed a system which silently summons help to any part of the 4d-acre campus whenever mi emergency or trouble threatens. Kacb teacher, administrator and employe is equipped with a pencil-sized ultrasonic transmitter. When triggered it lights a bulb on a large map of the school in the principal's office and also triggers a small horn, Schimandle, who assumed his ixist after a heart attack felled his predecessor in the middle of a student riot, said in an interview Thursday he believes the system has nipped in the bud several potentially major incidents. Racial incidents schools usually stem from sorho dispute between two students w h i c h only becomef racial when other students take sides, the principal said. By getting teachers and other staffers on the scene while the incident is still small, he said, bigger trouble is avoided. Kennedy High's 1,800 students are 15 per cent'black, 13 per cent Oriental, 2 por cent Mexican-American and 20 ])er cent other whites. "This school has a fantastic FK All Cars A 824 13th SI. M iilerting the office. Principal Frank Schimandle ----'says help cnn be on (he scene element of haves and have| within 30 seconds. Two parents, ] nols . nn(i 'hat is the problem," ; llirccl lo walk the school corri-iSchiinanclIe said. jdors with walkie-talkies, :irc of- The price for such a system Ph. 352-6248 ' ion (he first to arrive. Better than a medal! The ring for Mother or Grandmother with from 1 to 9 GENUINE Birthstones Available in 14 Kt. white or yell is about $15,000 for equipment plus $6,000 for installation, Schi-'' mandlc reported. Newsweek Says , Reporter Won't Get Pulitzer NEW YORK CAP) - Newsweek magazine says the New' York Times will be given a Pulitzer Prize today fnr publishing the Pentagon Papers but Times · reporter Neil Sheehan, who got ' the story, will not. Newsweek said Sheehan was : nominated for the prize i n ' t h e public service category but was denied the award by the P n l i t - , zer Committee. He was passed' over by juries judging the U.S. ami foreign news awards on the assumption he was getting trie. public service prize, the maga- ' zinc said. Announcement .of- the annual Pulitzer prizes will be made la- jday. . ; Humans can make 700,000 different, meaningful gestures through body movements and facial expressions There s something NEW in living. liitfodiiciiifi , the Playtex Comfort Styled Stretch Bra Now, Playtex really puts comfort in motion with a unique bra that adjusts comfortably with every movement and looks pretty, loo,,. 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