ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 04, 1973
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(Studio) In Belfast, North Ireland, British army discloses terrorist list containing youth's names. To combat hatred in North Ireland, civic groups sponsor joint vacations for Protestant and Catholic children in Netherlands.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(Belfast, North Ireland) Children shown vacationing together without hate in Holland. [Catholic, Marie MAGEE - says her attitudes toward Protestants has changed.] Questioned about most important accomplishment at camp. [Protestant, Jim FIELDING - states not judging people before meeting them has been important] Children show reluctance to leave. As children return to Ulster, North Ireland, realities of war return. In Belfast, Dutch leaders meet with parents to sponsor community ctrs. for children.
REPORTER: Don Farmer
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