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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Friday, September 7, 1973

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PROVINCIAL CAPITAL

Fighting inte

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PHNOM PENH (UPI) - Com-
munist - led insurgents shelled
the strategic provincial capital
of KompongiChain today and in-
filtrators fought government
troops in the streets. Communists
cut the last remaining overland
supply route to Phnom Penh.
Cambodian air force helicopt-
ers flew through withering
ground fire to bring in reinforce-
ments to the beiseiged town of
Kompong Cham, 50 miles north
of Phnom Penh, military sources
said.
THE REBELS again cut the
road linking Kompong Chain
with its airport three miles away
today, the sources said. This cut
the defending force in half -
one half in the town and the
other half on the airport side of
the road blockage.

Communist artillerymen shell-
ed the town and airport with cap
taredl 105 mm American - made
guns, the sources said.
A helicopter pilot returning to
Phnom Penh from a supply mis-
sion said his "Huey" utility heli-
copter was flung about violently
by the force of a 105 mm shell
exploding beneath him.
THE COMMUNISTS received
an unexpected supply of the big
shellstoday when a parachute
drop went astray and landed in
communist - held territory, mili-
tary sources said.
The sourcesssaid an estimated
eight to 10 infiltrators were in-
side the town and were fighting
government troops house to
house and in the streets, sources
said.

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Kompong Cham, Cambodia's
third - largest city, has been un-
der attack for the past 31/
weeks. Once arthriving agricul-
tural center, the town is now
virtually deserted except for its
government defenders. The
Cambodian high command has
said there are 5,000 to 8,000 com-
munists surrounding the strate-
gic town.
Attacks up
in Vietnam
countryside
SAIGON (Reuter) - The South
Vietnamese army yesterday re-
ported a sharp increase in at-
tacks in the countryside in which
200 soldiers and civilians on both
sides were killed or wounded.
The army spokesman said 114
attacks in violation of the cease-
f"ire were recorded in the 24
hours dawn-to-dawn - the high-
est for the past month when the
average number of attacks has
been about 85.
The spokesman said there had
been no intelligence reports in-
dicating any future increase in
hostilities.

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AP Photo
TWO YOUNG CAMBODIAN SOLDIERS prepare mortar rounds
for use in support of infantrymen near their post in the destroyed
village of Totoeng, about 20 miles southwest of Phnom Penh.

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