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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 1HI LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thuuday, Oclober 12, 197? Gangs of Irish youths go 011 wild rampage Priceless ancient writings await buyers, scholars Convicts release guards BELFAST (AP) Gangs ol Protestant youths armed with gims, bombs, bricks ami clubs went on a wild rampage in tiic at the club missed the man most Gusty Spencc, a known Protestant extremist. Spcncc. convicted of murdering of the civil war many qualified observers now say is not far off Northern Ireland capital j a Catholic, vanished recently Wednesday night after British while on a weekend bail to at- troops raided one of their pri- tend his daughter's wedding, vale clubs looking for a I'rotcs- Headquarters said all except tant extremist convicted of six of the detained men were murder. freed. The rioters shot a soldier in Spence is understood to head the head anrt badly beat up two [no illegal Ulster Volunteer police officers while venting Force, an underground grotip- their fury on vehicles and which police believe may buildings including a Roman be responsible for some of Ihe Catholic church. I mysterious assassinations of The gangs were angered be- i Catholics in Northern Ireland in cause British paratroops raided j recent months, an illegal drinking club In the A crowd held up a middle- Shimkill Road, Belfast's heart- j policeman in Shankill land of Protestantism. Road, threw a hood over his The soldiers, hunting the j head, dragged him to an aban- Prctestant detained c'oned house and beat him up, in Northern Ireland. The night's trouble JERUSALEM enemy. Israel. But Marugi produced a decc of sale and an official Jorda nian import licence. WASHINGTON (AP) After demanding liberty or death, rmcd convicts at the District f Columbia jail relented early oday and released 11 guards icld hostage for nearly 2! lours. About 50 rioting prisoners re- urned control of the century- old prison's Cell Block 1 lo cor- officials after lengthy negotiations and an extraor- linary session which was lo re- sume before a federal district court judge here today. "I just one convict said of chances for reform at Ihe jail. "I've got to wai! and sec." One of the guards, Lieut. Charles Wren, suffered a lacer- ation of the head, said prison officials. Others were said to be unharmed. Their release came in chaotic minutes around midnight Wednesday night while con- victs, lawyers, police and re- porters, milled in a room called the jail's rotunda. The "guards, and later Corrections Commis- sioner Kenneth Hardy, had been seized in Ihe early-morn- ing hours Wednesday by prison- ers who initially had only one who said they were willing to die in their attempt to win it. GO TO COURT Hours of negotiation brought the court hearing late Wednes- day. Judge William Bryant or- dered a scries of reform meas- ures and blocked reprisals against prisoners after six of them appeared to air their grievances. Bryant ordered those In- volved to be ready in two weeks for a hearing on prison reforms ant! also senl public- defender lawyers Into the prison for immediate Inter- views with convicts who wanted them. Taking direct action on ono grievance, Bryant ordered that IC-and 17-year-old offenders ha separated from older prisoners. TheTimelsNow Save Going down the road to city lights in boucle sweaters, Lights. Camera. Action. Tho, return of the sweater girl! You're star material in these luxurious 100% Acrylic boucle sweaters. Hand wash, dry flat. Lilac, natural, aqua, red, rust. S.M.U a-Placket front pullover. Rib and plain knit for front panel effect. Crochet finish princess neckline. b-Wide ribbed turtlenock pullover Back zipper. c-Mock turlleneck. Two of double cables. Patch pockets, Back zipper. Reg. 999 Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 o.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Village- Telephone 328-9231 CONVICTS RELENT District of Columbia director Kennelh Hardy, right, peers from window in District of Columbia jail where he and 1 0 guards were held as hostages. After demanding liberty or death, thi prisoners released the hostages Thursday morning. Atlantic union proposal killed WASHINGTON CAP) The irst tentative step toward an eventual union of Canada, the Jnited States Europe has )een killed by the House of Representatives nil RS com mittce. 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