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Page 8-Thursday, September 25, 1980-The Michigan Daily
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had jobs because we knew that we
would want to travel or go to colege af-
ter graduation,"Karil explained.
All five of the Kochenderfers worked
at Paul's Auto Wash in Royal Oak at
some point before they attended the
'University.

"We had a family dynasty there,"
recalled Kirsten. "Customers would
say to us, 'You look like the last one that
worked here."
The youngest member of the
"Kochenderfer dynasty," 12-year-old
Kurt, still has a few years before he
decides whether or not to join the
majority of his brothers and sisters at
U-M.
Mr. Kochenderfer describes his
youngest son as "built like a brick
outhouse," and warns that a family
friend, a football coach at MSU, is
already trying to lure Kurt away from
the rival Wolverines. But Kent thinks
his brother's interest in the University
is growing. "He never cared about U-M
much before. Star Wars was always
much more important. But I think he's
coming around."

'Go Blue' must be the advice given
to members of the Kochenderfer
family. Five of them, Sandra (left),
Lee, Kirsten, Ken, and Karil are all
University students:

Daily Photo by JIM KRUZ

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CIMINA, Italy (AP)-A 14-year feud
in this tiny southern Italian town has
claimed 36 lives-nearly one-fifth of the
male population-and neither the town-
speople nor the police can stop the
bloodshed.
Police have arrested murder suspec-
ts in vain. Villagers refuse to testify,
partly out of fear they will be the next
victims, partly out of distrust for a
governmentwhich they say has aban-
doned and forgotten them.
"THEY HAVE their own codes, their
own laws which have nothing to do with
normal laws," said frustrated Police
Chief Milazzo Antonini.
The deaths are, blamed on the
"Ndrangheta," the Calabrese Mafia.
The Ndrangheta is powerfttl all over
Calabria-police report 900 murders in
the region last year-but in Cimina it
grips the town. Everyone has been for-
ced to side with one of two factions to
survive.
The two clansnthe Romanos and
Barillaros on one side and the
Polifronis and Francos on the other,
want to control the markets, the
patronage jobs, the protection money
paid by anyone who wants to do
business in town-in short, almost
every aspect of town life.
THE SMALLEST transaction-even
selling a chicken at market-is con-
trolled by the Ndrangheta. "If you want
to come to this town and sell two
chickens for 2,000 lire (about $2.40), you
have to give half of it to the
Ndrangheta," Antonini said.
"The people accept it, not because
they like it but because they are
afraid," he said.
Cinima is hidden in the Calabrian
hills in the tip of the Italian boot. Most
who lived here 15 years ago have left,
some to find work in the North, some to

escape the feud, or
population has dropped
about 400 in 1980.

"faida.' The
1,000 in 1965 to

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HALF THE houses are abandoned.
The streets are empty and silent. No
one ventures out. There are almost no
cars and the only sound at night is the
ringing of church bells.
The graveyard is crowded with the
faida's victims, all men, most in their
20s and 30s. Graves are stacked three-
deep, with the photos of the men who@
have died framed and attached to the
granite markers.
Antonietta, a 28-year-old widow, lives
with her two daughters and her paren-
ts. Her husband was killed in Marach as
he played cards in the town's only
tavern. The bartender was blinded in
one eye; a young boy playing with them
was paralyzed in the cross fire.
ANTONIETTA agreed to be inter-
viewed only if her real name and her
husband's name were not used. She is
dressed in traditional mourning, a
black dress, black stockings and a
black scarf covering her hair. She
smiles as she talks, but lines in her still-
young face betray her pain.
"We don't know why he was killed,"
she said. "He started bringing home
bad company. I said be careful but he
said not to worry, to be calm."
She twists her gold wedding ring
around her finger: "What can you do'? It
is useless to become angry after
someone is lost," she said.
Police believe her husband was killed
because he tried to persuade his friends
to release a pharmacist they had kid-
napped from a nearby town. The victim
had nothing to do with the kidnapping;
he waskilled because he opposed it.
The spiral of violence began in June.
1966 with the murder of Francesco
Barillaro, area chief of the Ndrangheta
and boss of the Romano-Barillaro clan.

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