t l (E MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, October 17, 1972
enlist U.S. veterans
BELFAST ( P) - Northern Ire-
land's P r o t e s t a'n t paramili-
tary Ulster Defense Association
(UDA) said Sunday it has recruit-
ed American Vietnam veterans as
guerrilla warfare instructors.
UDA officers refused to disclose
how many American mercenaries
money and weapons from Ameri-
can sympathizers for its opera-
tions in the province.
The UDA claim followed guer-
rilla violence that left three civi-
lians dead and three others ser-
IAll thrP f thn chi i e
had joined the organization or go i iose siain were
into details of their involvement. Roman Catholics and their deaths
But they said the men were re- raised to 606 the toll in three years
cruited after offering to share with of sectarian warfare. Security
the UDA their experience of Viet forces expressed belief they were
thn guerrilla techniques. victims either of sectarian killers
Conglgimriwaste nges e or rivalry between the IRA's Pro-
British army sources said the visional and Official wings.
UDA claims was "not being taken-
They said the Americans "would
have no local knowledge and it is
local knowledge that stops you W
from getting shot in Northern Ire- DIAL 668-6416
The Roman Catholic-based Irish An ALL T H RI L L
Republican Army (IRA) is al- Double Bill Now
ready known to get supplies of
Preschool chess champ
Five-year-old Kevin McCrea studies the chessboard as he prepares to make a move during a recent
game against his teacher at the Singer Learning Center in Worthington, Ohio. Young Kevin says he is
as good as Bobby Fischer and his teacher doesn't argue the point as he beat her, four of the five
games they played.
NAZI PRISON CAMP:
Thousands honor saint
SANTIAGO OP) - Shop keepers,
striking in sympathy with truck-
ers, kept their shutters closed yes-
terday in defiance of Chile's left-
Riot police saturated Santiago's
commercial district and used tear
gas to break up hundreds of per-
sons shouting: "Chile is and will
be a country in liberty!" on Calle
Ahumada, the main business
The capital province of Santia-
go and 16 other provinces of the --
25 total have been under a state of
emergency, a form of martial law,
Army Gen. Hector Bravo Mun-
oz, chief of the Santiago Eiher-
gency Zone, warned shopkeepers
Sunday to open for business or
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AUSCHWITZ (R) - More than martyrdom he was pronounced
150,000 persons trekked to this for-I "blessed" - a step toward can-
mer Nazi death factory Sunday to onization in the Roman Catholic
pay homage to the "Saint of Church.
Auschwitz" - Polish priest Maxi- Under cold gray skies and a
milian Kolbe who was beatified strong wind, the crowd stood
exactly a year ago by Pope Paul shoulder to shoulder, packing the
VI. camp's mile-long extermination
Father Kolbe volunteered to block. Some weeping, others down
suffer an agonizing slow death, no on their knees, they listened to
sermons from Poland's primate,
food or water was given to him Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski and
for 14 days, in order to save the John Cardinal Krol of Philadel-
life of a fellow prisoner. For his phia.
Deep sea lab
PALM BEACH (A)-A small
uncumbersome underwater sea
laboratory explores life 80 feet
below the surface, complete with
three men, a canary and water-
beds. Dubbed "La Chalupa,"
this vessel can be submerged
and surfaced completely by the
divers living in it, and can be
easily towed to other sites, great-
ly reducing surface support
crews, says Ian Koblick, director
of the Marine Resources Develop-
ment of Puerto Rico.
SALONIKA (P)-Petrified re-
main of giant mastodons, dogs
and horses with three toes esti-
mated to be 13 million years old
On Washtenaw Ave.
I 1/ Miles E. of US 23-Arborland
SHOWS NIGHTLY AT 7 & 9 P.M.
"The biggest, most exciting hit
of the Cannes Film Festival."
"A brilliantly acted piece of
COLUMS' P CTSmAES PA'0"s LPGT
have been uncovered near this
city in northern Greece, scientists
announced Sunday. The remains
also include parts of rhinoceroses
and flesh-eating animals that
looked, like foxes, scientists re-
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE
BASE (P)-A new satellite equip-
ped with heat-sensing infrared in-
struments was launched here
Sunday for the National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration.
"**** 4 STARS,
N.Y. Daily News
Shows at 1-3-5-7-9:05 p.m.
Speaking from a rostrum just a
few feet from the ruins of the
camp's gas chambers-where four
million persons perished - Krol
told the throng: "With God or
without God, as one stands here,
one is forced to reflect upon one
thought and one historical truth-
the curse of our times is the fact
that before our very eyes Nazism
was able to perpertrate what no
human mind can fully compre-
"And the' Nazis were capable
of this only because they were
IAmong the many former in-
Smates who revisited Auschwitz on
Sunday was Franciszek Gajownic-
zek, now aged 71, the prisoner
whose life Kolbe had saved.
"I never even had a chance to
thank him," Gajowniczek told a
reporter. "You were not allowed
to utter a word. I tried to thank
him with ,my eyes."
If you only know the
Fellini of SATYRICON
you should get accom-
panied with the totally
different earlier stage of
this director. Heavily
influenced but not con-
strained by neorealism
Fellini made this tragi-
comedy of the life of a
Dir. FREDERICO FELLINI 1957
With JULIETTA MASINA
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