THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, June 28, 1972
Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, June 28, 1972
Calcutta is the highly accla med
documentary by French director
Louis Malle (THE LOVERS) and
the teading element of his epic,
seven part film PHANTOM INDIA,
currently showing at the New
Yorker Theater. When the full
film was televised in India, the
government expelled the BBC from
Malle: "I love India and miss
it. The sound and smell there is
very, very sensual. PHANTOM IN-
DIA is modest and free-my best
work. The basic thing I found out
in India is that life is more mpor-
_. tnt than films"
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Bombs shatter shaky
truce in N. Ireland
BELFAST, Northern Ireland
P - Two bombs shattered the
calm of Northern Ireland's frag-
ile new truce last night a n d
British troops were called in to
halt street fighting between riv-
at gangs of Protestant and Ro-
man Cathotic youths.
The bombs, both planted in
cars, exploded in quick succes-
sion in East Belfast.
Security officials said there
were no casualties, but houses in
the vicinity were damaged.
The bombs were believed to be
the work either of dissidents of
the Irish Republican Army (IRA)
or else of militant Protestants,
irate over the truce agreement
between the IRA and British as'-
thorities administering the pro-
The truce was the first in three
years of violence.
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It was the start of a frail
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Monday at midnight as the re-
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Minutes earlier, the three-year-
old insurrection involving Pro-
testants and Romans Catholics
had claimed its 389th victim-
a British sergeant lured to his
death in an ambush.
Hours later, a Catholic truca
driver, gunned down mysterious-
ly in Belfast, took the toll to
A plan launched by the Brit-
ish government to arrange talks
would give all shades of Irish
opinion a voice in peace mak-
But leaders of the Protestant
majority have vowed not to ne-
gotiate with either the Marxist
Official wing of the IRA or with
the ultranationalist Provisional
The Official IRA laid down its
arms last month.
The British have got to cone
up with a formula allowing each
group to have its say in a set-
tlement that would end she sec-
tarian strife which has plagued
the Irish for centuries.
More than 90,000 women of
Northern Ireland - one out of
every five adult women - sign-
ed a petition that was delivered
yesterday to Prime Minister Ed-
ward Heath in London.
The women's petition urged, "a
just peace for every man, wo-
man and child in Ulster," as
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