Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 6, 1972 · Page 17
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August 6, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 17

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17A--Auf. 6, 1972 Sumfay 6 Top Irish Catholics Threatened BELFAST, Northern Ireland tfv-Six of Northern Ireland's leading Roman Catholic politicians received assassination threats Saturday as new explosions rocked the province. Sources close to the security forces said the threats came from the Ulster Volunteer Force, an outlawed Protestant secret society set up in opposition to the Catholic-based Irish Republican Army. Army and police believe the force is responsible for many recent assassinations, including that of Felix Hughes, 40, a Catholic. Array frogmen found Hughes's body in a drain during the night. It was tied to a mattress weighed down with bricks. The six threatened men are Gerry Fttf, Paddy Devlin, Ivan Cooper, John Hume, Austin Currie and Teddy O'Hanlon. All are members of the Social Democratic and Labor party. It consideriiig whether to meet the British administrator, William Whitelaw, to discuss ways of ending the sectarian violence between the province's one million Protestants and 500,000 Catholics. The death toll has reached 489 in three years. Devlin, the party's chief manager who survived an earlier attempt on his life, said his party regarded British military occupation of Catholic areas in Belfast and Londonderry as a major obstacle to talks. He has also accused British authorities of unfairness, claiming that militant Prostestant groups are defying Whitelaw's ban on parades by men dressed in military-style uniforms. Devlin was referring to a march by 1,000 members of the Ulster Defense Assn. in Belfast on Friday. Police took no action against the marchers, who said they would continue to defy Whitelaw's ban. The party has also insisted that Whitelaw release all per- ons still interned without trial I is suspected guerrillas. i ieveals Embassy Plan UNITED NAT10NS-^-The ultanate of Oman announced t will open embassies next year n Washington, Amman, Beirut rod Doha, the capital of Qatar, Raymond D. West Agent New York iHt iHMitmct Ce. Charleston National Plan MMM 343-S6I6 COHEN RITE AID Discount Pharmacy SORRY NO DEALERS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Snake Business Heidi "The Snake Dancer" McCarthy, an exotic night club dancer, received a Small Business Administration loan of $2,740 to replace an Indian python, her wardrobe and props. Mrs. McCarthy lost all of those items 1 , in mid-June when the Chemuiig River rose in wake of Tropical Storm Agnes and demolished the lounge where she was working in Elmira, N.Y. 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