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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY
')oturday, February Tfl, 1973
By AP and Reuters
BELFAST - Police and British
troops swept into Protestant East
Belfast yesterday and arrested sev-
en men in the first large-scale
crackdown on Protestants in North-
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The leaders, whose parties sup- Camp Sea Gull. Mich. Coed. Will in-
port Northern Ireland's links with terview Feb. 13, 1:30 to 5 p.m. Open-
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Uruguayan forces break up
army and air force in revolt
ern Ireland. talks said the parties believed "the
The seven were detained under community, both Catholic and Pro-
the Emergency Powers Act and testant, is calling above all else
security forces immediately brac- for an early end to violence and
ed for trouble from gangs of Pro- the removal of fear throughout the
testants, who began massing as land."
soon as theharrests became known. The joint statement added: "We
The security swoop followed the urge that whatever measures are
detention without trial of two Pro- necessary to bring about an end
testants, which brought gangs into to violence should be implemen+-
the streets of Belfast late 1 a s t ed forthwith and impartially, with-
week, and led to a general strike out any regard for political con-
in Northern Ireland on Wednesday. siderations inside and outside the
Shooting, rioting, bombing a nd United Kingdom. We plede our
burning broke out as the strike was full support for such measuires"
in progress and four people died. :....:..:..:............ :
Sources close to the securityA
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MONTEVIDEO (Reuters) -
The Uruguayan cabinet resigned
en masse yesterday as sailors
surrounded t h e government
house ready to defend right-
wing President Juan Bordaberry
against a virtual open revolt by
the army and air force.
Official sources said the resig-
nation was designed to give Bor-
daberry a free hand to deal with
WASHINGTON (A) - Sen. John
Stennis (D-Miss.) continues to
show improvement in his recovery
from wounds received during an
attempted holdup, but still remains
in very serious condition, .a hos-
pital spokesperson reported yester-'
Stennis, chairman of the Senate
Armed Services Committee, was
shot in the chest and thigh ten
days ago and underwent extensive
surgery earlier this week.
The spokesperson for Walter Reed
Army Medical Center said Stennis
"has shown continued, gradual im-
provement and is responding to
Stennis has been moved from the
surgical intensive care unit and
is now receiving intensive c a r e
in a private room.
But the move also automatical-
ly met the major rebel demand-
resignation of newly named De-
fense Minister Antonio Francese,
the fourth defense minister in
Whether this would still be suf-
ficient to calm the irate army
and air force officers was not
Heavily armed sailors moved
in from the port area to throw a
cordon around the whole of the
old city, where government house
The crisis blew up to storm
proportions Thursday night when
the army and air force refused
to accept Francese, appointed
just two days ago in an effort to
resolve a previous squabble be-
tween the military and the legis-
lature. The two armed forces an-
nounced on television they would
not obey any orders issued by
As loyal marines set heavy
machine guns on the barricades
around the old city yesterday
morning, a destroyer was sta-
tioned about half a mile off
shore behind the navy positions.
Army and air force patrols took
over six radio stations. Three
went off the air and rebel offic-
ers used the others to broadcast
their demand for the dismissal of
Simultaneously, the navy high
command summoned all officers
and men on leave to return to
their units immediately.
Banks were ordered closed,
shops shut their doors and offic-
ers advised civilians to leave the
Bordaberry, who took office
March 1 last year, spent Thurs-
day night in discussions with his
cabinet and aides. He headed
home just before dawn accompa-
nied by Francese.
In a late night broadcast Bor-
daberry had rejected army ac-
cusations that his government
was attempting to conceal politi-
cal and financial corruption.
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tain to bring calls from extremists
for retaliation against police a n d
troops already under fire from the
provisional wing of the I.R.A.,
which seeks to unit the north and
the south by any means.
The abrupt upsurge of Protest-
ant violence has led to calls from
moderates for an increase of Brit-
ish troops in the province.
Sources close to the army say
another 1,800 men are on 24 hoursj
standby in England and W e s t
Germany and will be inNorthern
Ireland by the end of th3 month.
Wednesday's violence and the
use of intimidation to enforce the
crippling 24 hour strike outraged
As a result, the provinces admin-
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