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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SUNNY FORECAST HIGH TUESDAY NEAR 40, VOL. LXV No. IRA RALLIES Sean MacSliofain, left In lop pholo, head of ihe Irish Republican Army Provisional wing, reviews Easier parade in Londonderry, Norihern Ireland, Sunday. MacStia- fain look nole of picas from Be I Catholic women fop nn nnd lo violence but 30id ihs tfrrcrist cnmpoitjn will eonlinue unfil Ihe or my oul of Ulsler. Bo'lorn pholo, a memher of llifi IRA holds a flag wMh her mother during a parade in Belfast at Milltown cemetery. (AP Wirepholo) Easier Sunday and Hy TIEUTER K.istnr Snnrlny uns a nf joy in Comrmmisl, KasL Berlin, n rln> nf PCRCC and hope in the Vaticau, in Norlhcrn Ireland and all-out warfare in South Vietnam. Thousands nf Christian pilgrims attended a pontif- ical high mass :it the traditional site of Christ's RcsviT' recfion in Jeni.salcni, bringing Easter celebrations iti the Holy I.anci lo Ihcii- rclJEious climax. Tlic pilgrims and lourisLs thronged Ihe narrow, cob- bloslontxl alloys of tbo old vailed city in hrilliant spring sunsliinc us Msgr. Giacomo Giuseppe Beltrili, Latin patrinrch o[ .Jerusalem nuil highest-ranking Roman Catholic prelate in Ihc Holy Land, made his way in solemn procession to the Basilica of Ihe Holy Sepulchre. The patriarch Creeled diplomatic representatives and Israeli povernmenL officials on Ihc steps of the church hefore pnlcrinji lo conduct tJic pontifical high nuiss, lie >vas joined liy (lie dignitaries in the holy Iho chuvch. hii- -T> ibrv rollover] Msgr BclLntJ and to MIR La I in Pnpr f'nnl tn "Ilir. rburrll of Mlcilrr" In an Knslcr nf pcaro li innjikimj flniivercd (o lOO.orKi pilgrims froni a Valicuii balcony, 'Not forgotten LLCTHBR1DGE, ALBKRTA, MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1972 PKICE NOT OVF.K 10 CEKTb TWO SECTIONS -24 PAGES 1 Ix1! these- roslrirted anr! oppressed clmrche.s know, rAor Iho ccln of rnir words (his Easier reaches flirni, lhal Hiry HIT. nn! I ho Roman CalJi- ohc pontiff ?nid. 'Tlir I'opr. war. clearly mlnxlcd maml.v in Communist countries, grecf- od Ihe vast crov.d in the spring sunshine of SI. Peter's in 17 languages at Ihe end ot his main Kastcr Day mass. He i.iodnimod (lie happiness of Easter lo all, anil hopes of ponce lo areas where, war, hatred, bloodshed nnd destruction reitm. In Hrrhn, row permilling visils of Germnns from (lie. western part nf Ihe rily for Hie first limo in six years, Ihe nih-rr-iiiury Maricnkirchc was throng- ed and an official reporter! dial 20 per rent of Ihe collodion was in West Gorman marks. The Knsl Herman government is ronnilling West Berlinors to spend tlirec days in Kast Berlin or East Germany at Knsler nnd Whilsnn this year anrl traffic was .Simrt.iy at Ihe nitre border control points aruund West I'erlin. Joyful reunions occurred as West Bcrlincr.s em- braced relatives Ihcy hart not seen for sii years. Women protest IRA campaign BELKAST (AP) Roman Catholic M-onien in a Belfnst IRA stronghold said the-' would demonstrate today against Norttrcrn Ireland terrorist viol- ence in defiance of guerrilla chieftains who have ordered the campaign must go on. The women, whose call for a truce rejected by Span MaCvSiiofain. Provisional Irish Hcpuhlicnn Army leader, said lliey will protest in I lip An- tlerstown area Rl lh? continua- tion ot Ihe bomh-and-hinlct viol- ence and the shooting nf Martha Crav.'forcJ. Mrs. Crawford, a 39-year-old Catholic mother of 10 children, was killed in crossfire during a strcpl shoot-out between British troops and IRA gunmen in An- ders town last week. Dublin MacStiorain slipped inlo I-onriomierry Sun- day to appeal to Catholic women Lo continue backing the IRA's campaign to unilc the North and the Irish republic. Ths women's truce call and the demonstration were seen as mounting evidence that Catholic opinion is solidifying bdiincl a desire to give Britain's latent peace inilinUvp In Hster a chance of yielding results. ITJIGKS SUPl'OllT AlncSLIofaui said )Ji London- "I hope to Cod Uial the nationally-minded women of the North u'ill stand bshmd Iheir menfolk, behind the men behind (ho wire and the prison and the men who are carrying on Hie fight." Within hours, a bomb blast that injured six children and fnur adults at Maghcrafcll, near l-ondonderry, echoed Mac- "fight on" pledge. The explosion, outside a post office, did not cause any serous casualties. William Cardinal Conway, Catholic Primate of all Ireland, also Ihrcw thn full weight ol liis c-hurc'h's considerable influence iigainsl the IRA Sunday for the first lime in the last three years Of Ihe North's bloodletting. He said a majority of Catho- lics support Britain's takeover lo direct rule of Ulster and want an immediate end to the viol- ence. Twenly-one parades were staged by Catholics Sunday and there was virtually no trouble. Security forces made uo at- tempt to intervene dcppile Ihs government's ban on organized marches. faces Turkey ANKARA (AP) President CavdeL Sunay has uskcd Tur- key's political parties to sus- pend all political activity and agree to government rule by de- crop. A weekend nole handed to all party leaders warned lhat "the disease of politics has not hecn dc-spile Ihe prssaqc of one year since armed forces leaders in March 1971 forced (he Smallpox ch sear narrows HANNOVER, West Germany (Ileuler) Health authorities and police narrowed tlieir coun- Iry-wide search lodny lo find (lirec person.s suspected of hav- ing Ix-cn exposed to a smallpox victim here. They were looking !or a man believed to liave travelled lo East Germany on Easier Sun- day nnd two other West Ger- the help of radio and television broadcasts, police located Sunday an Italian la- borer in Karlsruhe and two West Germans, All wore brmiflhl lo quaran- tine cenlrcs in and near Han- nover. No cases were reported today and 637 people under quarantine here. Heavy police guard was being maintained around (be seven quarantine centres since Sunday after a Yugoslav escaped ear- lier in the weekend. He svris located anil veturnril lo the quarantined worker's, hot- If I Dies ot 135 AC'CHA. (ihnun (tinnier i Ahayan Mansowah, believcfl lo IIL' the oldest M-onian in Cfhana, died on Ihe at Agona Svvcdru ot Ibc aye of 13Ti. Mrs. AL'insouaJi survived 12 children and 08 grand and great grandchildren. government to resign or faco takeover. "Continuation of this stale of affairs is endangering the demo- cratic regime and lire covmtry's integrity and prolongs en at- mosphere favorable to anarchy and it said. Sunay's request for new gov- ernment powers followed the kidnapping and imirder last of Uircr NATO tech-; Dritsh and a Can- lerrorists who were later killed by troops In a moun- tain village. The, nole In effect revived Ihreals of military rule. The 1371 government changes also followed a kidnapping of four I'.S. airmen who were freed un- hurt. Since Ihcn, Turkey's four armed forces leaders have en- joyed a virtual velo over (ho government through the Na- tional Sccnrily Council. Sunay's tio'e said (he end lo riul unrest and Ihc relorms dc- m a n d c d iir 1071 were not achieved while politicians have continued to engage in "had habits, behavior and obslruc- lionism.1' He said the security council. nf which he is chairman, had tlcciricd unanimously lhal the. resignation of Premier Nibat Erim. who was installer! in 1971, would solve nothing. Tbe narlios did not react immedialely to the presi- dent's proposals. Bootleggers held iu lutlia {ifler DELHI (API Kurly- pix persons in India of al- coliol p cii s o n i n p during the weekend and Ihe i.isue reached Parliament today in Ilic form oE a prolcst against government policy. Because safe whisky ex- pensive, under povernmenrs policy, members charged, poor people resort lo oflen sell rfonrily concoetinns as JiQuor. K. C. home affairs min- ister, acknowledged Ilial the government was "caught on Ihe horns of a dilemma." Although ho. indicnled the government to to ils policy of restricting Ihc .salo of ,-ik-oliolic a review vould imdcrtakcD. SAKi'lN' (AP) and deslroyei's pouncleil column ot 511 Norlh ViclniniHM tanks today as th.o Comnuiiiisl.; pushed more mroys tfic demilitar- ized zone in support of tlieir of- fensive in .Siiiiih Vietnam 's nortliernmrH The invii'IiiiK iN'orlh Vietnam- ese pushed 10 miles below tlie DMZ over tin1 v.eokend, driving the South Vietnamese from more liases iintl shooting down tlireu U.S. helicopters and a small spoiler plane. Eight U.S. helicopter crev. men were mis- ing and helieveri dead. Other CoijHmmisI forces at- tacked Fire Jiase Anne, eight miles west ol Quaiif; Tri City, overran an arlilkTy base on the Cambodian hmdrr, Kire Paec, and kepi up artillery at- tacks ia the central highlands. Official field report's said sn Communisl Iniiks accompanied by infantrymen were sighted at :i rood junction a mile and a half north nf Donp lln. U.S. Navy de.slroyers offshore ar.d a r p 1 a n e s hepnn attacking them, hut rcsulls not ini- known. The same rcpcrls said that fcelf-propellcd gun.s were sen'ed crossing t h c southern boarder of fjie The North Vietnamese also were reported moving anli-air- crafl missile launchers to tlie frontier to attack American anil South Vietnamese planes below the DMZ. M.UKIIAI, POttLirt Clearer weather was pre- dicted Tuesday or Wednesday, and the L'.S mar.ihalle'l ils aV pov.-er for massive infi; Ihe Norlh. The higgest Communist push since the 1963 Tel offensive is now in its fifth day. The Soulb Vietnamese have retrealed 10 miles back from the DMZ and abandoned a bases. At leasl 5.060 South Vietnamese reinforcements were ordered lo the northern front. Scores of Norlh Vietnamcso tanks were reported to have crossed Uio frontier, but (heir advance was blocked hy 3 hlown-niil bridge at [long lla, 10 milo.s below the DMZ TICST TO IO.MJC At Washington U.S. defence officials say thn Soulb Vietna- mese army is doing "prelty well" against the new Nortii Vietnamese offensive, but dial the main test is yof to come. Mililary and civilian officials skirled any flat judgments on the basis of action so far. say- ing "Iho situation is fluid However, (hey disputed any sugi'cslion lhal the Soiilh Viet- namese withdrawal from a slnng of fire-support bases and outpcsls below the demilitar- ized zone amounts to a serious selback. The officials said the oulposts were not Intended as PI main line nt resistance. The Saigon government imposed censorship loday on all series in Vietna- mese newspapers about null- tan' action in Sonih Vietnam. ORDERED BACK TO BATTLE South Vietnamese military police order soldiers off o bus near Hong Ha as they were attempting to flee ihe fighting soutK of the demili- zone. The Irocps wore ordered back into o new defensive line olona ihe Donrj Ha River. (AP JO 'I'V.S e .MISSINT; Ar- Hrnlir.f's president Alnjandrn I.nnussc annnnncrrl Into Siin- cliiy Hint I lie kidnnppcrs of O li o r d a n Snlhislro, above, liad been arrestnl, fnit Hie Ilnliiiti aiittmiolnle c. was still nrisshm. .Mnrr Ilian S.OOn [lolicc krpl the senrdi lur llir JiO-vc jlcncriil f'ial's Aryntinp sulisiilinry. Iir .M.irrli liv pif llir Trotsblfr I'cnplp's Itovnluliminrv Army, lly THE CANADIAN PRESS Four brothers died firu throufih their small home ivere among the 25 who killed in accidents on the Prnirics during the Easter holi- day weekend. Police identified the four kill- ed hi a house fire at High Prai- rie, as Henry Auger, 10, and his brothers Frank, 18 Steven, 1G, and Fabian, 11. cause of the in Hie house, 170 miles northwest of Edmonton, has not been determined. Alberta's other fire victim was 32-year-old llonald Joseph Lehlanc of Edmonton who died in n house fire in Edmonton. FOUND DEAD Wanda Dixon, 5-1, was found dead of apparent carbon mono- xide in a car near Longview. about 35 miles south of Cal- gary. Teresa Bidesjnnlen. 17, of Canmore was killed in a sin- gle-vehicle accident on a dis- lrk'l rond nine miles south of Canmo'T. is 51 miles west of Caljrnry. .liilinn 30, of I be BlackfcoL Indian reserve was killed when Ihe car he rid- ing in overturned on a curve near Cluny, 63 miles capt of Calgary. A" iraffir arcidpnl Irwk Ihp lives of three persons near about llf) miles noi'thwesl of Kdrnonlon. Killed in the two vehicle collision were Gf-orgc Ilorxl of Edmon- ton and his five-year-old daugh- ter and son. Scr- cn others were injured in the accident. In all, at least G5 Canadians died accident ally during the holiday weekend. The Canada Safety Council had predicted that -to persons ivould die in highway acci- dents. The record for traf- fic deaths in the 78 hour period from 6 p.m. local limes Thursday to midniphl Sunday nipht svas recorded in 197J. There uc-re 27 rle.ilhs last year, fl ID-year Tlic 41 deaths on Ihe hiph- nays durint; thr weckpnr! amj 1." during Mir I'Voucht thr 'nlal I lo rf rescue 0171U11 lies rom cave-people, yung a. SL ill MAX1LA (AP> A, Lindbergh and Philippine scion- lisls .stranded in Mie jungle v.iih ;i colony nf cave fhvrller.s rvnninic'd Sun rlfiv hrlirnplrr A majority of Indians, Pant. Parliament, would vote no in a referendum oil prohibilion- restrictions tJiat keep the price of inipttrlcd whisky as liipli ?2o a iKittle, The clicnprst locally-mnnufac- (urccl pin cosLs about 5-1 a Iwt- Mr. I'nnt said police, had five in connection Hie Tn January, aboul persons riied after drinking mineral spir- its passed off as whisky. Pant said the killing agent in t'r.e lairs: incident had not been hut cfi'iceis hntJ clused 7it shojis housing paint Ihinner and methyl, or wood, al- cohol. 00 Lindbergh, Ihe American who made1 history years ago v.illi I lie fir si non-si op solo flight (lie Atlantic, smihnp In Mir 11 rUiv rvp-ditmn. wore in no danger Imf ;nul running low on l.imJhfi'fili said licrc ufu-r llir IV nH'iiibors nf the? v.i'i'o flown to their hnsr in the .sonlhc'J'j) Tlic U.S. Air Force called in after Iho ex pec] it ion's holicop- ler hrokc hrcak camp Saturday, the scicn- found Uieir bcilaiptcr was out of commission, Food was running and it would take riphl lo in tfay.s to hike down to Iho base camp, some 50 miles MnnuM Kli'alcle ,1r Ihe W ye.'n'-oJd nf Ihe rxprdi- fion, radioed for asislance, anrl i! fame -Sunday, in the form of a helicopter. Seen and heard About town CI'nr.KOX Dr. Tom Mrll- jjip flinpK'sinfT ov.n injuries aflCi1 a fall dom a snuu'inohilc, then ivnding h.s own x-rays lo discover his diagnosis was correct he his lil'le linger i.nd MIUTIIV leap- jiiKld.k-5 unusual vigor (o o.scape llw, unwanted flttcntlon at n maii tuotorisL accident n c. iCTi Connrr of C'olpary was killed Saturday when Die car in which Mio w.ns rid inn wns Mrnrk hv ,T ply uood blown off an nn tv.miiiE lialf-lon truck JIci1 v, injnrerl m ficr.k afcidcnl, flipii- uny sri, 17 nines of this JVC. crnlrr. 131 sr ruins condil jin in Three oilier in Iho Connor car in- jury. Trade HON'N fAPl West Crcrman flow tn Moscmv today ft-r c-nuld Ihe conelud- inp round of nn a Trade pad crrm mntf HuviiM-Ciei-inaii reconciliation under Chancellor M'i'Iy Brandt's Kaslcrn policy. ;