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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Mart., Sept. 16, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS «. to* WWM mm* mmu, Weather Forecast Warm weather is forecast Monday for most of the nation. Temperatures will continue to Ije cool I r o' m the northern plains to the upper Great Lakes and in the Northeast. Scattered areas of showers are forecast from Texas to Florida and extending into most of the Midwest. (AP Wircphoto Mau Irish Terrorists Assassinate Two Judges In Own Homes BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP) -- Irish Republican Army terrorists assassinated two Northern Ireland judges their homes today and a business executive was reported killed by a bomb at his factory. The two judges shot to death in Belfast were Roger "Rory" C o n a g h a n a n d Martin McBirney, both Roman Catholics accused by the Irish Republican Army of collaborating with the British. The Provisional IRA wing claimed it ordered the killings. Politicians and legal figures condemned the slayings, and courts all over the province were adjourned to honor the two slain judges. In Pomeroy, County Tyrone, west of here, informed sources said a booby trap bomb went off when businessman Michael McCourt entered his office and he was killed. The three deaths raised to 1,063 the official death toll in five years of violence in the province. Police officers said Conaghan, 54, a judge since 1965, was shot by a lone gunman when he answered a knock at his front door at breakfast time. "He was shot through the heart and died . almost instantly." one source said. McBirney, 56, was shot by a gunman who burst into the kitchen of his home in nearby Beimont Road as he was coo.k- ing breakfast, police said. McBirney was a leading prosecutor before he was appointed a magistrate in 1969. Architect Dies NEW YORK (AP) -- Dieg Siiarez, 86, architect and fo me'r minister counsel to the G lombia Embassy in Washing ton, died Saturday at his honr Suarez, born in Bogota, serve in Washington from 1948-195 He designed the Vizcaya Ga dens in Miami. designation Sought OnEoubleSiandard MEMPHIS, Tcnn. (AP) --, ep. Dan Kuykendall, R-Tcnn., as joined a growing number of tficials calling Tor Health. Edu- ition and Welfare Secretary aspar Weinberger to resign ver a remark that HEW is de- beratcly going slow on North- rn school desegregation. "That's got to be the worst erformance I've ever seen as ar as judgment is concerned," Cuykendall said Sunday. "I've ecu a double standard prac- ced in parts of the nation, but his is the first time I've.ever een a government official try o defend it." Weinberger said earlier this nonth in response to com- ilaints of a civil rights study ;roup that HEW is taking onciliatory attitude toward 'torlhern schools because "we re dealing with very fierce iiiblic opposition to desegregation in m a n y Northern :ities." Kuykendall · produced copies if a letter in which he asked Vcinberger to. resign. ' "I am - forwarding a copy o! his letter with this recdrnmen- ialion to the President in the lope that if your resignation is lot forthcoming voluntarily, he request it," the Kuj'kendal' etter said. "I have the impression the man has been planning to leave office anyway," Kuykctidal said. "I can't imagine a mai who was planning on slaying making the statement hi made." .. ··.- ; · · , - ; .;:Kuykendall 'said a number o House . members have ex pressed concern over Weinber ger's comments. Weinberger had said tha HEW was trying to use per suasion, negotiation, discussio and conciliation to bring abou Northern desegregation, rathe than such tools as the withhok ing federal funds to school dis tricts found to be segregated. The statement has drawn re action from educators an members of Congress. in" th South, including Sen. Joh Stennis, D-Miss., who calle Friday for HEW to eliminat its "double standard" and ap ply the same desegregatio guidelines in the North as th South. Rep. Robin Beard, R-Tcnn., Iso lias written President Ford, saying Weinberger's oinments were "the most in- .edible excuse for out and oul iscriminalion against the outh that I have ever heard." Beard askod Ford to request Veinberber's resignation. "Ours is a nation of laws and ot situation ethics," the Kuy- entlall letter said. "You have enionstralcci to me and my onstituenls that the only way icy can receive fair treatment rom your department is 'for ic President to name someone o your job who believes that aws should not depend on ge- graphy." Kuykendall said it w a s the irst time he had ever called or the resignation of a public official, either a Republican or Democrat. George H. Brown Jr., the irst black president of t h e ilemphis school board, has also icen critical of Weinberger's tance, accusing federal offi- ials.'ot "copping but" if they Relieve opposition to desegregation ·,. no frtatter how g real, hould slow 'the process. "What people are depriving ithers of their Constitutional ·ights. it is of no moment that ipposifion is great," Brown said. HOUSTON (AP) -- A South Vietnamese girl, born with a heart defect and weighing only 17'Pounds, lies in n Houston hospital today while doctors see if they can save her life. A spokesman for the Texas Children's Hospital said the physical condition of llircc-yar . hysica old Tran Tin Het, who arrived Sunday fom Honolulu, would have to be built up before tests coutd start. "She has a congenital heart defect, as yet not fully determined," the spokesman said. "She may be loo fragile to undergo tests right now." The child was forced to stop off at a' Honolulu'hospital because her condition worsened on the flight from Saigon to Houston. "She docs have an eye infection and probably some in teslinal parasites'," the hospital said. Heart Surgery The Associated Press carried n photograph of (he child, who WHS discovered over a year ago sleeping In n cardboard box on n Saigon street'. Her mother was n foeHg a r. The Soulli Vietnamese embassy in Houston was inundated with letters and the Vietnamese-American Children's Fund In Saigon tracked down t li e child last September. Tlie rhollicr was persuaded to give up the child so she could get better care. 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