38 tiUKELHY (Colo.) TKWUNK Mon., May 1, 1072 Priest Mobilization Plan Rejected by Bishops' Group VATICAN CITY (AP) - Tlici president of Ihc Italian bishops' conference liiis w r i t t e n Pope Paul VI to "deplore and reject" Hireling of Italian bishops, also said: "Kpisodes of intolerance and of deviation on llic part of ccr- priests, religions and lay- a recent document by 33 lead- . Ing theologians calling for llic l a u - Â·.-.:--.-.Â· - - - Â« Â· - . Â·. mobilization ol liberal priesls. mcn - l l k c the recent episode in (Home, cause deep anxiety. A n I o n i o Cardinal Poina , , blamed the selling up of a , 'Die cardinal was r e f e r r i n g t o "priest libei-nlioi) movemcat"i' Â« . cl 'Â° a ^ 0 " ,. of lll(1 Htlh TM, by. 210 Italian priests and lav-! l"' lcsl liberation movcnicn men two days ago on the in-','" rebellion iiRamsl heir bish- flucncc of ' the theologians' Â°l' s nil(1 tllc Po l' c : . lllc ,y , (c - m p m f n s l n -Ilio innnifx.qln WHS SCI'VC Olir OUCH rCJCcllOll, tllC manifesto. The innnifcslo was signed by such lending theologians as Swiss-born Hans Kung and Holland's Eiluard Schillcnbeeckx. cardinal said. The Pope was reported to be considering disciplinary action against llic rebel priests. "We deplore and reject ||, e |Anioiig Hie 168 priesls who Btlilude and proposals of cor- lllavc adhered to the movement, Jain theologians who l.avcj" . f FÂ«' h |' ve alrc!ul ' 1 ult tlle recently wanted to cnipliasizc, '"""slr.v to marry, within (he community, elements of strife Ilial nffecl (lie very substance of the Church's faith," the cardinal wrote. The cardinal's loiter, written Friday at (lie end of a two-day More than 1.3 million new major appliances were purchased by Texas residents in 1971. Refrigerators topped the -- By FRED S. HOFFMAN AP Military Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - For weeks before the N o i t h Vicl- lamcsc launched their in- 'asiou, Hie While House rc- ected repented requests from U.S. military lenders for per- nission to bomb tin enemy inildiip just above the demili- iirized zone. Nixon administration officials explained the bombing rc.com- ucndutions were turned down iccause the \Yliile House \vant- ed to make sine negotiations itill bad a chance. These officials also ncknowl- idgcd that the invasion miglil mve been delayed if U.S. ilanes had been allowed to NEW A R R I V A L -- Ralphie, University of Colorado mascot, is a mother. The buffalo is sbown grazing with her newborn calf, who has not been namwl yet. The calf, born Tuesday afternoon, weighs C5 pounds. A university spokesman saitl it is hoped (he calf will make her debnl at Ralphie's side at the annual varsity-alumni football game May G. (AP Wirepholo) list. Fresh As A Spring Shower... Fresh and clean . . . these are the nicest things that could happen to anyone's clothing. We promise to relurn all your problem dry cleaning in exactly that condition ... fresh and clean! Â£. 812 nth St. Phone 352-5062 SANTV District Judge Won't Dismiss Nuisance Case Against 4 Comers Plant VK, Court N.M. (AP) Judge Frank Zinn of Ga.'lup informed attorneys today he has denied motions to dismiss the public nuisance case against operators of [lie Four Corners Power Plant. At the ssme lime lie reaffirmed his denial of a motion by the power companies lo admit the Salt River Project of Arizona as a parly lo the suit. The case was brought by Atty. Gen. David Nor veil and environmental groups against Arizona Public Service Co., nuisance statute rather than under the slate clean air law and regulations. i Environmentalists' attorney Shutterbugs Offer Program On Railroads "A Pageant of Transportation" by John Webb of Lovcland will be'presented at the Greeley Public Service Co. of New Mcx-lShutferbugs at V:IW p.m. Monico, Tucson Gas and Electric Co., Southern California Kdison Co. and El Paso Elcclric Co. The utilities and the Salt River Project have varying inter- I history! o f t r a v e l o n t h e North American continent from the Norvell and attorneys for the Sierra Club, New Mexico Citizens for Clean Air and Water and Harvey Mudd II of Santa Fe contended air pollution from the plant is a public nuisance. They seek lo stop the alleged dav in Room 20-B at the Uni-! Tom Donnelly of Santa Fe sale the motion to dismiss was based on technical legal points made by the power companies including a main argument thai the slate already has clean-air regulations. "It's our contention those regulations certainly should no) be exceeded, but there can.be a public nuisance despite the fac t li e y would be in conformity w i t h "the regulations," Donnelly said. The slate regulations don' cover all harmful emissions from the plant, Donnelly said. versily Center. Webb illustrates ests in the plant and its 2.08 Indian trail to the glorious era million kilowatt output. of the steam locomotive. Many of Webb's photographs were laken at the Chicago Kail- road Fair in 1918-19. He concludes his program with a sequence of pictures taken on a trip to Windsor in the caboose or in the cab of the "Old SO' Zinn mailed his order deny ing the dismissal motion to at lorncys in the case, and said in a Idler, "After further study o the parties' authorities and ar guments, I still believe thai lh plaintiffs' action can be tained wilhoul (he Salt Project as a parly." Yuma, Ariz., receives mam Rive White House Wouldn't Let Military Bomb Red Buildup Legislation Status Given WASHINGTON (AP) - The Inlus of major legislation he 1D72 session of Congress. -- Action Completed. Equal rights amendment sun- nitled to stales for ratification Emergency dock strike bill, Foreign-aid authorization. Political campaign reforms. Dollar devaluation. Equal employment opportun- fies act. -- Acted on by House or Senate. Rural development program passed House. Consumer prelection passed House. Social Security-welfare re- 'orms passed House. Aid for higher educalior jassed both branches and awaiting compromise. National debt limit increase passed House. W a t e r pollution conlro passed both branches and awaiting compromise. Curb on President's war powers passed Senate. pollution under an old pubiic steam engine. than 4,000 hours of sunshine a year, twice as much as Seattle, Wash., says the National Geographic Society. -- Major Bills in Committee. Revenue sharing with stales. National health program. Automobile insurance regu lation. Minimum wage increase. Executive branch reorganize more tion. Equal opportunity educatio: bill. Moratorium on busing pupil to accomplish desegregation. Irlkc during March nt wlmt. recommendations to the While tov described as fin enormous House wllh his endorsement, timber of surfacc-tn-alr* mis- lies, large amounts of supplies ml significant concentrations f enemy troops near the BMS5. Tlio officials gave this ac- mini, of Willie House thinking nd decisions when asked wlial 'resident Nixon meant Wedncs- !ay night in saying "we dolib- ratcly refrained from rospond- ig militarily" lo indications .itit the North Vietnamese vcrc building for a major alack. Pentagon sources said the taint Chiefs of Staff began iressing for bombing connter- ncasurcs last fall when U.S. cconnaisancc planes noticed lie North Vietnamese were ringing artillery close to the MX and pushing construction if roads southward through the .one. When the invasion finally was aunched in late March. North Vietnamese tanks and artillery oiled over four such roads into South Vietnam, A stream of bombing rccom- ncndations also came in during he prc-invasion months from : en. Crciglilon W. Abrams, J.S. commander in Vietnam, ind from Adm. John S. McCain fr., U.S. commander in llic Pacific area, the sources said. Secretary of Defense Melvin i. Laird was said lo have for- vardcd some of these bombing while he rejected others The government's prc-ln- vaslon lactic was lo keep track lliroitgli nerlal reconnaissance of what (lie enemy was doing inside North Vietnam, "When II got bad enough, we'd take care of II," one official said. Thai was the purpose of five days of heavy U.S. raids in lale December, mostly within an area about BO miles above tho DMZ. Objectives were described (hen as surface-lo-alr missiles, antiaircraft artillery, radar silcs, motor-fuel stores and a logistics buildup. Another series of "limilcd-du- r a t i o n prolective - reaction strikes," as Hie Pentagon called them, was carried out for two days in mid-February. The enemy offensive in March brought widespread U.S. raids in the North Vietnamese panhandle and an old chapter in (lie air war was reopened in mid-April when Nixon author- ised strikes at targets In the Hanoi-Haiphong areas. 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