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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ___. Thurnlay, April !3, 1972 TI'E LETKBRIDGE HERAID 19 Faulkner says Britain soft on guerrillas BELFAST (CP) Brian1 Faulkner, former Ulster prime minister, said Wednesday Brit- ain was goinR soft on Irish He- publican Army guerrillas at large m Northern Ireland. The charge came during a 30- rninule meeting between Kaulk- ner and William Whitclaw, British secretary of state for Northern Ireland. It was the first meeting between the two men sitiee Britain suspended Northern Ireland's government and look over direct rule of Ulster on March 24. Officials described the 30-min- utc meeting as cordial and good natureil, but Faulkner later told reporters be expressed concern to Whitelaw that British Iroops may be allowing IHA guerrillas to operate in Calhoiic areas in- stead of seeking them out. Faulkner said he reminded Whitelaw that the Mr' ernment had previously agreed the first priority was to end violence. The former premier also said both governments had agreed that the IHA command structure had been broken down and few sections remained to be dealt with. Whitelaw said he was also de- termined to end the violence, Faulkner said. WOMEN I'LAN PROTEST Mean w hi 1 e, the Loyalist Women's Action Committee, a hard-line Protestant group, pre- pared for a campaign to protest what it considers conciliatory British government attitudes to- ward tlio Catholics. The campaign would include strikes to cripple Ulster's textile and garment industries and a boycott of goods from the Irish republic in the south. Main target of the campaign is British government plans lo release batches of detainees from the estimated held without trial as suspected IRA activists. In the Catholic district of Bal- lymurphy in Belfast, a mob at- tacked the home of the parents BRIAN FAULKNER hurls charge 700 wartime Germans may reliiru home MOSCOW (Router) Russia soon will allow 700 Germans who have been obliged to live in the Soviet Union since the Sec- ond World War to leave, a lead- ing West German politician said Tuesday. Heinz Kuelm, premier of North Rhine -Westphalia anc chairman of Bonn's Bundesrat (upper told reporters that Soviet Foreign Minister An drei Gromyko disclosed this to him when they met Monday. of Pliilomnnn McOuckon, n 24- year-old mot tier of three who was tarred anil feaUierccl ami beaten by the IRA on Sunday. Mrs. McGucken, who is five months pregnant, is accused by the IRA of giving drugs to neighborhood teen-agers. The IRA also charged she gave in- formation to the security forces. She denied the charges and said she had angered the IRA by refusing 'o let them use home as an arms dump. After her punishment, she left her home and went to live with her parents nearby. 10ME BOMBARDED Wednesday a mob of about 00. including many women and hildren, bombarded her par- ills1 house with rocks, shatter- rig every window. The IRA re- catcd warning that Mrs. McGucken has to clear out of he Bally murphy district alto- [ether. Mrs, McGucken's 21-year-old uisbaml Thomas is in Armagh ail on an arms charge. An inonymous woman raised the bail, but he refused to bo released, saying it was safer to stay in jail. Guerrillas tried to assassinate Roya! Ulster Constabulary re- serve constable at Ortglenone in "Jounly Armagh. The attempt 'ailed when the 20-pound boinb, wireci to the constable's car's drive shaft, was spotted. In Londonderry, army bomb experts exploded a booby trap jornb in a shop more than ieven hours aCter 100 people vere evacuated from their lomes. Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART 1: 1-Ortawa; 2-a; 3-c; 4-False; 5-True PART Hi 1-b; 2-a; 4-c; 5-e PART 111: 1-d; 2-e; 3-a; 4-c; 5-b PICTURE QUIZ: Chuang Tse-Tung THE UNIVERSITY of LETHBRIDGE FACULTY OF EDUCATION PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM May 8 26, 1972 Workshop A READING: Diagnosis and Tutoring The course ii designed for student from primary to college level who; 1. are capable of learning bul wlio are not reading a I and need help with phonics, stuctural able of le their grcdn level a ineir gruac icvei ann ncea nuip JJIIUIIILS, iiutiumi analysis, vocabulary or comprehension 2. are good sludenls but who wish special help with re- search techniques, selling up hypotheses and writing out- lines, summaries and essays. The course includes a complete reading and lang- uage diagnosis and 1en hours of tutoring. Fee: Location: Room A-S30 Faculty of Education English Centre Time: p.m. p.m. Workshop B TUTOR TRAINING The course is designed for: 1. people who wish to develop lutoring techniques for use as privole lutors or as p arc prof ess fonols in the schools or 2. Teachers who wish lo learn techniques which will help them provide individual help for pupils who have read- ing problems or for bright pupils who can go beyond the regular curriculum. The course includes observation of diagnost u res, guidance in tutoring techniques and t( luloring practice. Fee: Local ion: Room A-830 Faculty of Education English Centra Time: p.m. p.m. Before sending in application forms, please consult on or before April 14, 1972, wilh eilher: Dr. D. M. LAMPARD OR Mrs. MYRNA McGREGOR The University of Lethbrldge Faculty of Education English Centre Lothbridge, Alberta Telephone (403) 329-2464 proced- houfs of AILING L8J IN TEXAS-Former U.S. president Lyndon B. Johnson, who suffered a major heart attack in Char- lottesvMIe, Vo., last is os he arrived at Brooke General Hospital in San Antonio, Texas, Wednes- day afjGr the flight from Virginia. (AP Wircphoto) Guerrillas break out of jail MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay P) Fourteen Tupamaro guerrilas escaped today from the Punta Carretas penitentiary through a tunnel more than 200 feet long between the prison hospital and a sewer outside the prison wall. The escapees included Tupa- maro leaders who had heen re- captured after 10G Tupamaros escaped from the same jail Sept. G. A 120-foot tunnel had been dug for that escape be- tween a jail cell and a private home just outside the wall. President Juan M. Borda- bery, who began a five-year term March 1, met with top government leaders to discuss the escape by the leftist maros, oldest o[ Latin-American urban guerrilla organizations. It was not known immediately whether the tunnel bad been dug from the sewer or the hos- pital end, or how the escapees got from tbeir cells to the Urn- net entrance in the hospital. Goveriimeut to review report EDMONTON Saturday in neurhy Hii'limoml Uill said lier motlicr "liveti IhaL way because she wanted to." Nina Hrmdlcy said she had asked her moilicr to live v.itli her, lint lioi' motlier refusal. The body of Marika Madja- roff was found in ati six-fool coop among of chickens, two (logs, a pig and a rabbit. Police said an au- topsy showed the woman hart been dead five days. Mrs. llandlcy said: "Tho country and animals were all she didn't want to lie heholden to anybody." "'vs. Madjaroff, widowed in lived in the chicken coop ELKS COMMUNITY Pictured obove is Mr. George William! presenting cheques to six orgoniia- lions who assist many people in Southern Alberta. Beginning ol trie left is Anne Fajnej, Golden Milo Senior Citizens Centre; Dorolliy Roadhouse, Canadinn Cancer Socioly; W. D Clarke, Viclorion Order of Nurses; W. S. Jameson, Dennis O Connell, Can- adian Menial Keallli Associulion; G. J. Garaner, Rehabilitation Society For The Hand.- apped, and Margaret Rolh, Honored Roynl tody. YOUR CASH AND CARRY STORE BEAVER HAS A COMPLETE LINE OF The Answer for More Cupboard Space! CITATION CABINETS A new concept in kilchen cabinets. Completely prefinished IN OVER DECORATOR SHADES INTERIOR SEMI GLOSS. inside and out. Multi-coat secret process finish eliminates worry of refinishing later. A LONG WEARING WASHABLE PAINT INTERIOR SATIN IATEX Sal GOOD COVERAGE IN ONE COAT, DRIES QUICKLY SUBURBAN COMBINATION BEAVER HAS THE FENCE FOR YOU HIGH BOY Vertical Board i GOOD LOOKING BOTH SIDES ASPENITE end BOARDS 6 FT. HIGH. ONIY. Lin. Ft....... 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