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SATURDAY, JUNE' 19, 1965

TRX MICHIGAN DAILY

SAGE TIMES

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intelligence reports sug
launch a surprise attack
Vietnamese villages or t
destroy many Viet Con
thHowever,rofficials in
the raid resulted in
dividends by scatter
opening up to South
forces an area previous
nable, ruining a vital c
tions center by cavingi
nels, and doing other d
According to the lates
tion, 26 of the 30 bo
started out actually dr
bombs.
Collision
In addition to two th
off the Philippines, of
one plane had to turn
another was unable1
bombs go because of a
tion.
Sources explained tha
objective of the attac
counter a new Viet C
increasingly of late, so
the Viet Cong has lau
prise attacks on towns
mounted big-scale amr
South Vietnamese troop
Substantial numbers
Vietnamese soldiers hav
down by the threat of a
this concentration of u
battalions - perhaps 2
rillas.
No Entrance
Because of the hea
sources said, it was vi
possible before this rai
ernment troops to pen
area about 25 miles
Saigon.
This area is describe
between what are called
C and D, long-time stro
the Communist insurge

Viet Cong
J U.S. Battalions
To Be Readied
> For Asian War
Peking Determined
To Expel Americans
By The Associated Press
N 2 TOKYO - China was reported
yesterday as ready to send volun-
teers to Viet Nam if the Viet
Cong requests aid and "if the
United States intends to fight to
the end."
<> Meanwhile, in Washington, in-
formed sources indicated that the
U.S. would have what amounted
ss to an army combat division in
iated Press South Viet Nam within the next
few months.
The news of Chinese intentions
was a broadcast of a foreign min-
istry statement which declared
"the 650 million Chinese people
pledge themselves to back the
Vietnamese people to the hilt."
Preparations
"We have made preparations,"
hat Thurs- the statement continued, "and
territory when we receive the call of the
Vietnamese people we will prompt-
ration and ly send volunteers to Viet Nam
to fight with the Vietnamese until
of pounds the U.S. is driven out of Viet
s, some 25 Nam."
Peking had previously announc-
sibly three ed that it was ready to intervene
in the Viet Nai rWar. The stand-
a. ing committee of the Chinese Na-
tional People's Congress called
gested the April 20 on the people to "make
within the full preparations" to enter Viet
Nam if the Viet Cong called for
towns. help.
g soldiers. The buildup of U.S. Army
sisted that ground fighting forces is being
important accomplished piecemeal.
ing them, An infantry brigade of about
Vietnamese 3,900 men and a paratrooper bri-
ly impreg- gade of about 3,600 men are due
ommunica- to be in South Viet Nam by late
in the tun- July, sour hVes said.
damage. Separate Divisions
st informa- They are being drawn from
mbers that separate divisions in the U.S. this
opped their is the first time that the Army's
strategic reserve has been tapped
to this extent for the Viet Nam
iat collided war.
ficals said Six battalions announced by
back and Secretary of Defense Robert S.
to let, its McNamara as bound for Viet Nam
a malfunc- duty are included in the two bri-
gades, it was understood. McNa-
at a major mara refused to disclose their
ck was to origin.
ong tactic. Sources said they expect a third
urces said, Army brigade to go to Viet Nam
nched sur- later, along with helicopter units
and have and possibly a division base. Such
ibushes of a base normally includes head-
ps. quarters, plus service and ad-
of South ministrative troops.
e been tied The division (about 15,000 men)
ttack from expected to move into Viet Nam
up to four does not include the nine U.S. bat-
,000 guer- talions already there.
vy jungle, The Week
rtually im-
d for gov-
ietrate the
north of
MONDAY, JUNE 21
d as being 8:30 p.m.-Prof. Robert Glas-
I war zones gow of the music school will give
)ngholds of an organ concert in Hill5Aud.
ants. FRIDAY, JUNE 25
'7 p.m. and 9 p.m.-The Cinema
Guild will present Charlie Chaplin
and Paulette Goddard in "Mod-
ern Times" in the Architecture
Aud.
8:30 p.m.-The Freedom Singers
will perform in Trueblood Aud.
SATURDAY, JUNE 26

7 p.m. and 9 p.m.-The Cinema
Guild will present Charlie Chaplin
and Paulette Goddard in "Mod-
ern Times" in the Architecture
Aud.

that

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California President Clark Kerr
"let a minority of Communist
leaders" take over recent student
uprisings on the Berkeley campus.
Kerr replied that the report
was loaded with inaccuracies.
In its 13th biennial report, the
state senate fact-finding commit-
tee on un-American activities said
that what started out as a legi-
timate student protest turned into
a Communist-inspired bid to
wreck the university.
BERLIN-An armed East Ger-
man helicopter flew over West
Berlin yesterday in defiance of
the Western allies. Authoritative
sources said the United States
Army placed machine guns on its
helicopters as a counter-move.
The intrusion was the most
serious challenge of Western
rights on air space over Berlin
since the East Germans began the
flights last week. Until now the
East Germans had restricted them
to flying along the wail and the
borders around the city.
WASHINGTON - Republican
NationaltChairman Ray C. Bliss
said yesterday Barry Goldwater's
new Free Society Association will
hamper his quest for party unity
and money to rebuild the battered
GOP.
Bliss indicated the conservative
organization rallied around the
party's beaten presidential nomi-
nee may have made his job more
difficult.
MIAMI BEACH-Kansas State
Sen. Tom Van Sickle, a conser-
vative identified with the Barry
Goldwater camp, was elected na-
tional chairman of the Young Re-
publicans yesterday.

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Associated Press
Titan Takes Off
World News Roundup
By The Associated Press
CAPE KENNEDY-Titan 3C, the most powerful rocket ever fired,
scored a thundering success on its maiden test flight yesterday.
In a spectacular launching, the triple-barrel rocket developed
total thrust of more than three million pounds, spewed a tail of
flame more than 600 feet long and flung into orbit a 21,000-pound
dummy satellite-the heaviest payload ever ;launched.
The heaviest known Russian payloads were Sputniks 7 and 8,
launched in February 1961, and weighing about 14,290 pounds each.
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proposal.V
Minimum Time
The peace committee said that
six to nine months would be "the
minimum time required to make
the necessary arrangements" for
the elections. .
It asked "the immediate ter-
mination of the armed struggle,
with the return of all members of
the regular armed forces to their
barracks and irregular forces to
their homes under OAS supervi-
sion."
The committee also asked for
the surrender to the OAS "of all
arms In the hands of civilian pop-
ulation." It said arms collection
stations would be set up.
Provisional Government
The OAS appeal to the people
suggested formation of a provi-
sional government and "prepara-
tion of an institutional act to
serve as a provisional charter until
the people decide the constitution-
al issue through an assembly
which will meet following elec-
tions."
The reopening of all commercial
and indust'rial establishments and
the return of all employes to their
customary places of work was
also part of the appeal.

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SATURDAY, JUNE 19}
Day Calendar
Workshop on Community Action to
Promute the Oral Health of the Chron-
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School of Public Health, 8:30 a.m.
Cinema Guild-"Comedy Classics":
Architecture Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.
Events Sunday
Center for Programmed Learning for
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Geary A. Rummier, director: Michigan
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Rackham, Huron St. entrance.

Events Monday
Doctoral Examination for Paul Jerry
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WASHINGTON UP)-Presidem,
Lyndon B. Johnson said yesterday
initial benefits of the $4.6 billion
excise tax cut voted by Congress
will take effect Tuesday.
Since the measure becomes ef-
fective day after the President
signs the bill, this indicated John-
son plans the signing for Monday.
Johnson issued a statement hail-
ing Congressional action on the
administration-proposed tax cut.
"I believe producers and re-
tailers will match the responsible
conduct of the Congress with
equal responsibility by passing
these reductions along to con-
sumers," he said. "This will bring
us lower prices, more purchasinlg
power and new jobs."
Johnson said the treasury de-
partment, budget bureau, council
of economic advisers and White
House legal staff will review the
legislation during the weekend.
The President noted anew that
the nation is enjoying its 52nd
straight month of expansion.
The excise tax repealer does
away with most of the federal
sales taxes, hangovers from the
Korean war days and even earlier.

Requests Elections ill
Dominican Republic
SANTO DOMINGO {1P-The Organization of American States
asked Dominican factions yesterday to end fighting and agree to
OAS-supervised elections which would be held within six to nine
months. Meanwhile, a provisional government would be set up.
An opportunity would be provided, a spokesman for the OAS said,
"for all leaders of democratic political parties abroad to return
to the Dominican Republic under OAS safeguards to participate
in the political life of the nation, including the election."
An OAS conference in Washington dealing with the eight-week
old civil war announced the plan and made an urgent appeal to
the Dominican people to accept it - ------
as a settlement of their govern -j
mental crisis. Cut Effective
Both the rebels and the civilian-
military junta are studying the i n " rU11£,Q 'I f

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