NORTHERN IRELAND: Pied Pipers of Peace

Betty Williams, 33, was driving home from her invalid mother's house in the Catholic Andersontown district of Belfast on the afternoon of Aug. 10 when she saw a car spin out of control, its IRA driver shot through the heart by a British soldier. The car slammed a pedestrian, Anne Maguire, and her three children against a school railing. Maguire, a mechanic's wife, was so seriously hurt that as she lay in an intensive-care ward at Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital last week, she still did not know that the three children—Joanne, 8, John,...

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