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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Faulkne soft 011 BELFAST (CP) Brian Faulkner, former Ulster prime ninister, said Wednesday Bril-lin was goinfl soft on Irish Rc-lublican Army guerrillas al argc in Northern Ireland. The charge came during a 30-minulo meeting between Kaulfc-ner and William Whitclaw, British secretary of stale for Ireland. II was the irst meeting between the two men since Britain suspended Northern Ireland's government and look over direct rule of Ulster on March Officials described the 30-min-utc meeting as cordial and Rood naturcd, but Faulkner Inter tod re lorters he expressed cnneet'n lo Wliitelaw thai British troops may be IHA guerrillas to operale in Calholic areas instead of seeking llicm onl. Faulkner said he reminded Wliilelnw that tlic Mr1' ernmcnt had previously agreed he first prionly was to says B guerrilla violence. The former premie also said both governments Imil agreed Hint the IliA command structure had been broken down and few sections remained to be dealt wilh. Whilclaw said he was also determined (o end the violence, Faulkner snicl. WOMKN PLAN PHOTEST M c a n w h i 1 e, the Loyalist Women's Aclion Commillce, a hard-line Protestant group, prepared for a campaign to protest it considers conciliatory British government attitudes toward Catholics. The campaign would include strikes lo cripple Ulster's textile and garment industries and a boycott of goods from the Irish republic in the Main target of Ihe campaign is British government plans lo release hatches of detainees from the eslimatcd TOO held without trial as suspected IRA activists. In the Catholic dislricL of Ba -lymurphy in Belfast, a mob at-lacked the borne of the s of Pliilomnnn Mrr.nrkon, n 24-ycar-old mother of three w in was tarred and feathered ami bent cu Ijy Hie IHA on Sunday. Mrs. McCJuckcn, who is five months pregnant, is accused by the IRA oT giving drugs to neighbor hood (ccn-ngcrs. Tlic IRA also charged she gave information Lo the security forces. SI ic denied the charges and said she hail angered the IRA hy refusing 'o let (hem use home as an arms dump. After her punishment, she left- her home and went to live with her parents nearby. HOME BOMIJAriDED Wednesday a mob of a.hovit 100. including many women and children, bombarded her parents1 house with rocks, shattering every window. The IRA repeated its warning that Mrs. McCJuckcn has to clear out ol the Rally murphy district altogether. Mrs Mcfiucfcnn's 21-year-old husband Thomas is in Armagh jail on an arms charge. An anonymous woman raised the ;t-i50Q bail, but he refused lo be released, saying it was safer to stay in jail. Guerrillas tried to assassinate a Jtoy.il Ulsler Constabulary reserve constable at Orlglenone in County Armagh. The attempt failed when the 20-pound bomb, wired lo the constable's car's drive shaft, was spotted. In Londonderry, army bomb experts exploded a booby trap bomb in a shop more than seven hours after 100 people were evacuated from the r 1 8 1 1 I f--? t B l fn A LONG WEARING WASHABLE PAINT INTERIOR SATIN LATEX ft Jk GOOD COVERAGE IN ONE COAT, DRIES QUICKLY BEAVER HAS THE FENCE FOR YOU 6 FT. HIGH Lin. Fl...... Vertical Board 1.1 4 FT. HIGH. ONLY. Lin, ft 6 FT. HIGH. ONLY. lin. Ft. SUBURBAN COMBINATION GOOD LOOKING BOTH SIDES fin ASPENITE end BOARDS.......Un. Fl. 1 Gel ycnr "round protector, for your ccir, boot, trailer, etc. and safe, converiicnl storage for garden tools, lawn (urnilurc-, workshop equipment Complement you, home with a Becver garagc-il', easy la buildl SINGLE-CAR GARAGE This popular inexpensive gar- age includes 9'x7' steel door, 210 Ib. asphalr shingles, V roof and wall sbeuMiing. COMPLETE MATERIALS PACKAGE Walk-in door and window optional exlra. Perfect for Siding or Fences BEAVER HEAVY full range of colors. One coat Application. GALLON ESBEAVEB] PATIO BLOCKS 8x16" Colored Bxl6" Std. Grey FOR THE PATIO CEMENT SIDEWALK BLOCKS x 30" NOW ONLY FORESTER PICNIC TABLES Cedar. Assembled and Stained Phone 328-4461 Open 8 a.m. to p.m. Monday thru Saturday WE PLEDGE SATISFACTION FREE ESTIMATES Ask for Bud, ErnTo or Randy Carpenters Available ;