THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, April 19, 1912
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U.S. announces bombing letup,
but continues to pound North
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Military sources in Saigon said
bombing now was restricted by the
President to targets below the 20th
parallel of latitude, 60 miles south
of Hanoi and Haiphong. Sunday's
raids around those cities are term-
ed "a one-shot deal," at least for
now, by u.S& military sources.
It appeared possible that Wash-
ington's public position might, as
it often has in the past, mask be-
hind the scene moves. One possi-
bility was that without a naked
public threat to resume full-scale
bombing unless Hanoi calls off its
offensive, the North Vietnamese
could do so without losing face.
The'U.S. Command officially de-
clined to comment on the reportdof
sharply curtailed bombing in the
North. It repeated a statement
issued when the bombing there was
resumed April 6 that strikes in the
demilitarized zone and north and
south of it were under way. Laird
said the same thing yesterday.
However, the combination of per-
fect weather and urgent military
targets appeared to support the
report by military sourceshere.
U.S. pilots have had only a limited
chance to hit targets the Saigon
command considers vital to the
North's current offensive. The mere
dozen or so strikes allegedly being
flown currently compare to the
several hundred flown against the
Hanoi and Haiphong areas alone
two days ago.
While action was curtailed in the
North, U.S. bombers stepped up
their attacks against North Viet-
namese positions in South Vietnam,
especially around strategic An Loc,
logging more than 1,000 strikes!
Monday and yesterday in the heav-
iest raids since the peak days of
the air war from 1965 to 1968.
By far the most dramatic
ground action in Indochina was
centered around the temple ruins
of Angkor Wat in Cambodia's
North Vietnamese troops swarm-
ed toward a Cambodian relief
column trying to reach a 1,000-
man government force trapped
near the temples. A military
spokesman said the attacks were
"very fierce," and there were in-
dications the relief column now
was surrounded, too.The imperil-
ed government soldiers form part
of a, drive to encircle the Angkor
Wat complex which has been in
North Vietnamese hands for two
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Anti-war protests set today
A delegation from People Against
the Air War (PAAW) will con-
front President Robben Fleming at
11 today to demand the cancella-
tion of Friday's classes in support
of a national student strike pro-
testing U.S. bombing of North
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convicts remained relatively
constant, the number of light
sentences given during the sec-
ond period was over 50 per cent
less than in the first and third
Schram concludes, "One plau-
sible interpretation may be that
as the possession of marijuana
arrests became more prevalent
as time progressed, the judges
felt they could stop the epidem-
ic in Washtenaw County by in-
creasing their severity."
According to Ager, "this is in-
deed plausible." About that time
the Probation Department
"started closely analyzing pos-
session of marijuana cases be-
fore recommending probation,"
"As the pro-marijuana band-
wagon began to gather steam
and was joined by respected
citizens in the community, the
judges were'influenced and con-
sequently reduced their sever-
ity," Schram concludes.
An emergency meeting of facul-
ty members and students has been
set for noon today in 6602 Haven
Hall to discuss practical measures;
to stop the bombing in Vietnam.
A Diag rally and march has"
been scheduled Frday as well as
an all-night diag vigil planned to
coincide with the bombings taking;
place in Vietnam at that time.
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