The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 5, 1971 · Page 5
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Ogden Standard-Examiner, Tuesday, October 5, 1971 5A Irish Violence Kills Soldier, Wounds 12 Civilians in Belfast PICK OF THE PUNCH .-.BELFAST, Northern Ireland -•jt&P) — Troops hunted for -wounded Irish guerrillas and ^jtheir arms caches in the back Irstreets of Belfast today after a — 'Sav and night of violence left ; one. soldier dead and 12 civil- ures that are seen to be effective a massive protestaht backlash could begin. : . But'the 14 opposition members say they are boycotting parliament " ~ . -aans injured. wounded guerrillas of ,.^v the • outlawed Irish Republican has been because Faulkner too tough—they walked out in protest of the failure of the British-to hold a public inquiry into the shooting of a civilian and the in-^Army were believed receiving of a civilian and the m- ^ emergency treatment at secret, troduction of internment witn- **• ° , . _. -, .. i.. • _ -r\ ^_ _.,i. 4-*»*O -Fjit" onCM"iiJ/»TO/n • TAt*T*ftT*- >roake-shift hospitals in Roman "'.Catholic district .of Belfast. -• ' The body of the soldier, Brian ~"Kall, 22, was found under de^ rtbris after a bomb wrecked an i.army.post. The army said the :3iomb contained up to 100 ••pounds of gelignite. tx_ FIRED BACK -- Troops fired back at snipers, ^Tand they shot rubber bullets *"-an3 charged with batons )ut trial for suspected' terrorists. Future Japanese Threat Possibly Greater Than China, Senator Says KANSAS CITY (AP) — Sen. for the continuing war against into it—decide to- -vnn.lt." _ . -*^ - i . i T_t__ T> IT-— " ID We c-iA n.n+ TtfiYnn 1C m '•against mobs besie. nail bombs an' jg them ir V>-LU1 44d>li jjvj..i.iw*j ****%* IvW»o •"! -•scattered clashes throughout *'--&e embattled capital. - -Two women who work at a 2-car rental office, were injured ".by a bomb planted by two mas- - bed men. Among numerous oth- J er acts of violence, three gun: men set a double-decker bus ablaze and a 16-year-old girl on " '- had to run of flame. She •the top deck through a wall - __ /-was treated for slight burns. -~- Meanwhile Prime Minister -IBrian Faulkner faces a new 'parliament today, beset by the - escalating violence in the coun- *try and harried by rebellion '*• within his Unionist party. - "The 52-seat Stormont is being --boycotted by all but one of its " 15- pro-Catholic opposition mem- --bers, and Protestant members - are squabbling among them- 'selves as parliament ends its -three-month summer recess. - - NOT TOUGH ENOUGH Protestant rightists accuse . Faulkner of not being tough enough in the fight to defeat the urban guerrilla campaigr of the IRA which is dedicated federal-government outlined today plans for a major new program in the control of negligent drivers.. The ..over-all WASHINGTON (AP) — The young drivers. The •permits control' system would require that a record be kept on each motorist from the time he first appeared for a driver's .license throughout his entire driving career. Douglas W. Toms, administrator-of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, announced . the program at a meeting, of women specializing in highway safety. He said planning for -the new control system-includes: -BETTER TEST Use of inexpensive simualtors and test machines, to make the driver-license examination a would-be cancelled- as -a pattern of devious behavior developed. Periodic re-examination, as already required in many states. * 'We' would hope to increase thei frequency from four years . to perhaps two - years, providing for "rigid eye exam- inations,, simulator and test ma- said. PUNCH O MB. TO10HIO TKIG1AK SYITOICAM setter test knowledge. Extensive use of probationary permits, particularly for new Barry Goldwater says Japan is a greater possible future, military threat to the United States than is Communist China or any other Asian nation. "She is already talking about rearming. This will be the world's most modern military system," the Arizona Republican and 1964 presidential candidate said Monday night. During an address to about 500 persons at a GOP fund-raising dinner, Goldwater pointed to Japan's continued economic growth since World War II. SUPPORTS TRIP Goldwater also said he could not predict the results of President Nixon's announced visit to Communist China before next May, but reiterated his support former President John F. Kennedy. Goldwater said the war "could have been won in a matter of.days" but was not "because Kennedy didn't—at the same instant he decided to get of both skills and Reagans to Get VIP Treatment .TQKYQ (-TJPI) —The Japanese 'government 'decided Friday to receive Governor and Mrs. Ronald Reagan, as official guests of the government when they visit' Japan Oct. 17-23. • Official guest status means that the Reagans will be received by Prime. Minister Eisaku 'Sato, 'leader' of Japan's Conservative government, and will be • given . other .protocol privileges. . chine re-testing." The use-of medical screening panels, should any medical problems crop up. These would be ^ aimed .at suspending tte licenses, of .deviant drivers, and restricting those of persons with-physical handicaps. "With., regard to our senior citizens,' -'we would in some cases restrict driving to daylight hours, to non-freeway roads, and perhaps to limited system geographical areas," Toms added. "We think this is a far, more positive program .than' flat-out revocation of driver licenses." Toms said many states have failed to make significant progress toward an effective traffic enforcement system. , Only 21 states have adopteo. uniform rules governing 'traffic court procedures, he • said. Twenty-two states still rely to some extent on a so-called fee for court expenses, he "President Nixon is bringing the war to a close," he said. j "We are attacking unemployment and inflation and I have a feeling it's beginning VISIT OUR NEW LOCATION! CUSTOM FRAMING OGDEN'S FINIST SELECTION OF MOID1NGS AND WORKMANSHIP Parkinson Art Studios, CUSTOM FRAMING • PAINTING 1501 40t'h Str«ef ART LESSONS Ph. 394-7003 All prices slashed for inventory clearance. Save today! Have your furniture re-tovered now at lowest prices Choose from beautiful velvets, tweeds, friezes, boucles, matelasses in all colors. SAVE 40-50-60% Our low sale prices rnclude labor and fabrics. Free estimates with no obligation. Easy Credit Terms MASTERCRAFT Ogden 394-7734 for the trip. "I think it's fort," he said. Ul U.1C jLAfc". »»*«—- -v to uniting the mainly Protes- 1-tani north with the *dominantly Catholic Irish ''public to the south. 1'-The rightists, led by a contender for prime minister Wil•-Jiam Craig, and the Protestant evangelist, the Rev. Ian Pais- 1 -ley, are drawing up a motion of ""censure with which to confront ' -Faulkner today. _ ^. According to Craig it will be "on general terms dealing witn 'the complete breakdown in law '-and order and inadequate security." .... '— The province's one million -^-Protestants—two thirds of the '" testive over the intensifying - bullet-and-bomb campaign of the IRA worth the ef- „,„, "A clear message can come out of this tnp— that we're not married to anybody" in Southeast Asia. Conceding he did not always agree politically with Nixon, Goldwater praised the President's actions regarding the economy and the war in Southeast Asia. He maintained that Nixon in- hsrited from previous Democratic administrations "the second worst siege of inflation in my lifetime" and _ fought war in the 'the worst- history of war." . The primary cause of the inflation, Goldwater contended, was not increases in wages and prices but heavy government spending and high • deficits in preceding administrations. He laid much of the blame Copper Production JERUSALEM (AP) —More than one million tons of copper + Hit* .LAlfi. . , , . U1CU1 Wlit A*i*i*»*'»*' »v— — 1~ i- - - Manv observers fear that un- were mined - m Israe i during „-., _- .. __, ^ Bntjsh fiscai ^^^ government of fi. cials said. "Jess F'aulkner and the introduce tougher meas- ? Four-Day Week -Tryout Planned - SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) "—The California Park and ' 'Recreation Department will -become the first state agency -±td begin a four-day, 10-hour-per- "-jday workweek on a large-scale . ., . -"A spokesman said r.vo- -"thirds of the 300 employes in -'fhe department's Sacramento headquarters will work the --. four-day week in October in an experimental program. All em- -ployes were given a choice of :: working either on a four-day or regular five-day week basis. CHUCK A-HAMA Family Night Wed., Oct. 6 Adutls $1.49 BAKED HAM 3225 Wash. Blvd. Sears OPEN EVERY NIGHT Moiulav Thru Friday Liitil c > !*•»»• Saturday till 6 -p.m. Caldwell and Logan open regular hours Salt Lake, Ogden, Boise and Idaho Falls Sunday noon till 5 p.m. Have a Live it up Money for whatever yon need money for. At Utah's first, oldest and most respected bank. For my money it's ^ ^- ~f -4-4. • . ~W^^ • Walker Bank OGDEN OFFICE-3602 Washington Blvd. Member Federo! Depoiit Iniuranct Corporation _ Wolt«r lank I Tru»f Company

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