The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, January 31, 1983, Image 5

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1 local / state Battalion/Page 5 January 31, 1983 nniversary of Nazism recognized by author * y Leigh-Ellen Clark Battalion Reporter On Sunday, the 50th friliversary «f Hitler’s rise to ^^Her, thousands of West Senu.ins protested against flazisin. In Israel, thousands Hews solemnly recognized » vent. And the date didn’t inoticed at Texas A&M. r. Barnett S. Salzman, a Bjllyan psychiatrist and au- hor, told a small group on iunday that Americans are till susceptible to the “Nazi oRciousness” of 33 years •g°’ .■■Salzman, speaking at a tieeting of the Metaphysical ^■ety, said he didn’t know Germany — a country ,(fenced in music, science Ind art — could have been I ulnerable to the mystic pow- I gbf Hitler’s black magic. I ; In his presentation, called Close Encounters of the Mys- ical Kind,” Salzman referred ■ book by Trevor Ravens- roft, “The Spear of Destiny,” it which the author says Hit- & claimed to have seen the nystic force — the Superman. Dr. Barnett S. Salzman He believed himself to be the John the Baptist of the anti- Christ. “Hitler’s sacred mission was to lead the Germans to a mas ter age based on the Aryan society,” he said. Salzman also said that the “Nazi consciousness” was in fluenced by American in teraction during World War II. “Ford Motor Company built the trucks that carried Nazi soldiers, and Standard Oil refined the petroleum products, and the Chase Man hattan Bank paid interest on the gold fillings taken from the mouths of dead Jews,” Salzman said. “Allen Dulles, the founder of the CIA, rep resented the Nazis w ith his law firm in finanacial transactions during World War II.” He said that if the United States is not sensitive to free dom, Americans again could become susceptible to “Nazi consciousness.” Salzman said that Sunday was also the 50th anniversary of the first broadcast of the Lone Ranger radio show on WXYZ. “Is it coincidence or is it mystic that the Lone Ranger, a good force, should become real for children and adults everywhere on the very day Hitler, a bad force, should be come so terribly real, too?” Salzman asked. x-CIA agent Wilson illegedly formed hit list United Press International lOUSTON — The weapons iggling trial of former CIA nt Edwin Wilson has in- ■ Ed tales of international i. ispiracy to an alleged hit list. the former spy contends his ■ Kctions with Libya were on ialf of the U.S. government. 'to by David Wilson, 54, a career spy- hed-tnternational- iinessman. is accused of ship- their Hfl 42,300 pounds of highly [, u t isitive explosives called C-4 tc the 4Kl orists * n Tripoli, Libya. The (ty-like material, which would ^ievplode on impact, needed a ionator or heavy duty blasting ) for explosion. n Wilson, however, maintains was working for the federal verment at the time, feeding jpecret information to the k. Federal officials deny Wil- feas working for them. Testimony in the trial, which expected to last more than a ek, was to continue today. John Heath, a former em- id Dun® 1 iyee of Wilson, told jurors Saturday that his ex-boss threatened to kill both him and federal prosecutor Larry Bar- cella if he returned from Libya to testify in the trial. “He (Wilson) told me he could not advise me because it would be an obstruction of justice,” Heath said. “But he said if I talked to Barcella, he was dead and so was I.” Another prosecutor and four other witnesses were were named on a hit list allegedly handwritten by Wilson from his New York jail cell last month. Heath, who spent 21 years in the military as a bomb specialist, claims he went to work for Wil son in 1976. He said he stopped working for Wilson two weeks a g°- He described an incident in which he was ordered by Wilson to hand deliver two buckets of a highly explosive putty-like sub stance to the Libyan embassy in London. The containers were smuggled from Libya through Rotterdam and into London. OL are some like A| ng a cal ts have ndently 100 lor, a i the jol* gn, said'“I rs are r«| t; the loo 1 ' students hi volved. ing offo |ll s nil we g el i best tak e me,’’ she' tudent'®' :anipaig" >r niarke 11 respon* 11 a represef npaign 01 ilcher, 2 r, has be® .an Kub'! » week'' g press mpaig" put i' 1 ut it's i ou wee 1 id. Demo®' ubiak,*;; :nt, Jaeh up -e he 531 j a)' ForofJ camp 5 MSC Video Tape Committee •il ***** Tuesday, Feb. 1 8:00pm, RM 350A in the MSC COME TO OUR FIRST GENERAL MEETING EVER rEIEILTEAY €EILrW0©ID AS IPASSEE BT ? MSC VEE0 iAJfN’T / pal® 1 ;****’ <&17lemt>rdcd Student nr Call response investigated United Press International DALLAS — Relatives of a woman whose body was found by officers who took 31 minutes to answer her call for help say they will ask for further investi gation of the incident. Police Saturday were seeking a 22-year-old man on a murder warrant in the death of Jac queline Patrick, 29, a former Dallas schoolteacher. A second man, believed to be an accom plice, was arrested Friday. Police Chief Billy Prince Fri day said no procedural errors were made in their response to the victim’s call. The dispatcher waited 14 minutes to send help, directing patrol units to three other nearby incidents — one a dispute over a bill at a shopping center — before sending them to the victim’s south Dallas house. The woman’s body was found by officers Thursday afternoon, more than half an hour after she told a dispatcher that prowlers were outside her home. She had been stabbed repeatedly in the chest and her house was ran sacked. Prince, who listened to a tape of the victim’s call to police, said she did not sound upset. “She was very calm and had a conversational tone of voice. She was not excited and she was not frantic,” he said. According to the tape, Pat rick, in a calm voice, said: “I want to report some prowlers around my house.” The clerk asked how many and Patrick replied: “I can’t judge. I don’t want to go to the window. First, somebody came knocking at my door two or three or four different times to day. They don’t think I’m home because my car’s gone I can hear them at the back now.” The chief said an internal in vestigation into the delay is con tinuing, but no changes were ex pected in the department’s dis patching procedures. Donna Patrick, 23, the vic tim’s sister, said the Patrick fami ly will demand further investiga tion. “We’re bitter, angry, upset, mad, because there’s no excuse for it. They took three times as long as they should have,” she said. SUNDAY and MONDAY are AGGIE NIGHTS Special Tumbleweed prices for all you Aggies, AND all those who wish they were! $5.95 Bacon-wrapped filet cooked (regularly $9.95) over mesquite with all the fixin's Ken’s Automotive 421 S. Main — Bryan 822-2823 $3.95 (regularly $6.95) Chicken fried steak with home- style cream gravy & fries He also described how Wilson had requested him to make let ter bombs, but he refused. “It was against my moral prin ciples. I indicated I definitely did not want to do this,” Heath said, explaining it is equally dan gerous to build a letter bomb as it is to open one. “He said if you help me out this one last time, buddy, I’ll make it worth your while,” Heath said. He also said Wilson promised to “make me a millio- nare like he did (former aide Douglas) Schlacter.” Wilson was convicted in Alex andria, Va., in November of smuggling arms to Libya and was sentenced to 15 years in prison and fined $200,000. He faces a 17-year sentence and $145,000 fine in this case. Wilson, who worked for the government between 1955 and 1970, still faces two more trials in Washington on charges he conspired to murder a Libyan dissident and allegedly made another illegal arms shipment. 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