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Page 6-Friday, December 8, 1978-The Mifigan Daily
Confession uiearths
25 bodies in Chile

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SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) - Twenty-
five or more decomposing bodies have
been found in an abandoned limestone
mine and there is speculation that they
are the remains of victims of a Chilean
political vendetta.
A Roman Catholic bishop directed
police and legal officials to the site, at
the Lonquen mine 25 miles southwest of
Santiago. Police sources said four
bodies were removed Tuesday, nine on
Wednesday and at least 12 more were
visible.x
WORKMEN HAD to dig out 12 feet of
dirt and other material to reach the
bodies, which appeared to have been
thrown into an immense brick oven and
then sealed over.
Turner Clinic open house
Physicians and social workers at the
University Hospital's Turner Geriatric
Clinic this week will hold an open house
to announce an extended outreach aid
program for area senior citizens, the
University announced today.
The open house will be held in the
Turner Clinic, 1010. Wall St., from 4 to 6
p.m. to explain an expanded peer coun-
seling program.
Financed by a new, $30,000, two-year
grant from the U.S. Administration on
Aging, the Hospital's model program
will utilize senior citizens themselves
experienced in the problems of olda ge
and additionally trained to help others,
officials said.
Comparative lit forum set
A conference on "The Future of
Comparative Literature" will be held
here Saturday and Sunday, the Univer-
sity announced.
The meeting in the Rackham Assem-
bly Hall will be from 9 a.m. to 12 noon
and 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday and from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday.
Among the discussion topics are:
"The Future of Comparative
Literature"; "Comparative Literature
and Literary Theory"; "Comparative
Literature as Criticial Investigation";
and "The Future of Comparative
Literature: Making It Happen."

Police soles said the bodies had
probably beein the mine three or four
years and thiack of oxygen apparen-
tly delayed dromposition. Some flesh
was still on thoones, they said. .
The newspaer La Tercera quoted
unidentified Furces as saying the
majority of thtskulls of those unear-
thed appeared have suffered bullet
wounds.
THE DISCOVItY has set off expec-
tations that the blies could be some of
the more than 6G persons who disap-
peared after the 73 overthrow of the -
late Marxist Present Salvador Allen-
de.
Those missing -e not on compiled
lists of the dead t imprisoned. The
Catholic Church antheir relatives say
they were last seerwhen detained by
agents of a now-dislved unit of the
secret police.
A group representig families of the
missing said they hadeceivedno proof
that the dead were thir relatives, but
that the discovery profs the validity of
their demands for a fulinvestigation of
the disappearances.
GEN. RENE VIDIL, secretary-
general of the military goernment of
President Augusto Pinscht, said the
justice system is guarantd "full in-
dependence and liberty" I'determine
what happened to those find in the
mine. The government ha otherwise
described it as a police atter and
declined comment.
The search of the mine ws sparked
by a confession made to aunnamed
priest about two weeks agond some
sources say the confessor waj former
secret service agent who hL left the
country.
The contents of the ccfession
reached the church hierarch3A com-
mittee was formed to make a sref in-
spection of the mine, led by Mtsignor
Enrique Alvear, auxiliary biop of
Santiago. It also included Meignor
Christian Precht, who runs the (arch's
human rights programs, two wyers
who were high officials of the)64-70
Christian Democratic governme, and
two magazine editors.

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their lifestyle upon her, but she wants to
live in her own fashion. The tension
between Abbie and the family is
tremendous, and sometimes the
enraged screaming of the dialogue is
hard to take.
Really remarkable in this production
is Lawrence Evans as Papa, the family
patriarch. The old man is left no
respect by his descendants, and he is
deaf to all they say. He is the heart of
the play's humor and statement, and
provides for Abbie an example in stan-
ding up for herself against the dull,
rural persistence of the family.
The play provides the evening's chief
source of electricity. In fact, it jolts the
audience with its strain. The situation's
pressure is balanced somewhat with
the release provided by the situation.
EVIDENCE OF black socialization is

evident in all the characters; still,ie
can sense the obvious split betweente.
city and country people, just as vh
white and black.
The Back Alley Players are supp4
ted by the University's theater dep
tment, which finds the ventures of t .
group promising. They acce
donations toward the development
their program but admission to pe
formances is free, for the present.
The major attraction of An Evenin
of Entertainment, and I suspect witl
the Players' other productions, is the
vast spirit with which they com.
municate their culture. For those
previously interested as well' as those
who are not, it is really something to
experience. The understanding they
convey brings hope for the strength
society one day might have.

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The Ann Arbor Film Cooperstive pemsents at MLB 3
DECEMBER 8
Rocky Horror Picture Show Has Been Cancelled
Replacing it is-
A HISTORY OF THE BLUE MOVIE
(Alex de Renzie, 1970) 7 & 10:20
An excellent compilation of old and new hard-core "stag" films (with an intel-
ligent narration stressing historical aspects) featuring such tidbits as the 1915
A FREE RIDE, SMART ALECK (starring Candy Barr), THE NONE STORY and
others. The discreet use of soundtrack, ranging from Vivaldi to Cole Porter,
from Miles Davis to Terry Riley "establishes de Renzie as a pornographer with
taste."-Take One. Rated X.
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