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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Syrians of
TEL AVIV (Reuter) - Israeli
military sources yesterday ac-
cused Syria of opening up artil-
lery fire on the northern front
for the fourth day running.
The report came as official
confirmation was awaited that
the second stage of the Israel-
Egyptian disengagement had
swung into its second stage as
planned, with the beginning of
Egyptian forces thinning out on
the Suez front.
THE SOURCES said that the
Syrians had opened fire twice
yesterday, east of the sensitive
Mazrat Beit Jan area on the
northern sector of the bleak Go-
lan Heights.
They denied a Damascus re-
port that the Israeli occupants
of an armored troop carrier had
been hit. The sources said there
had been no Israeli casualties.
Israel reiterated lastaSunday
that it would discuss a disen-
gagement with Syria only when
Damascus had provided a list
of names of the prisoners of war
it was holding and allowed Red
Cross visits.
BUT FOR a week after the
signing of the disengagement
with Egypt on Jan. 18, the nor-
thern front was quiet. Observers
also noted that in the period
between the ceasefire and the
Israel - Egypt disengagement
agreement, there were daily ex-
changes of fire on the Suez
front.
Israeli military correspondents
reported signs yesterday that the
Egyptian Second Army was be-

aggression
ginning to thin out its forces at
the northern end of the east
bank of the Suez Canal as the
disengagement swung into its
second stage.
But there was no official con-
firmation of this, or that the
Third Army in the south, cut off
since the October war until Is-
rael's evacuation of part of the
west bank Monday, had begun
its movement back.
MILITARY SOURCES here
said there was evidence of a
large amount of civilian traffic
on the Cairo - Suez road, vacated
by the Israelis yesterday. But
by late last night there was no
confirmation that the Egyptians
were using the road to pull back
forces from the east bank as
agreed under the plan.
The United Nations confirmed
that a search for Israeli bodies
behind Egyptian lines had been
postponed from yesterday until
today.
Both sides had agreed to joint
'patrols, accompanied by U. N.
officers, to search for some 300
Israeli bodies. This actually
started last week but stopped on
Friday. At a meeting on Sun-
day it was agreed they should
start again yesterday but be-
cause of "a technical hitch" this
was put off.
EGYPTIAN Third Army com-
mander Maj. Gen. Ahmed Bada-
wi said yesterday the redeploy-
ment of Egyptian forces in Sinai
will start in mid-February when
units of the Third Army will be
moved to the west bank of the
Suez Canal.

undergoes collapse
BRUSSELS (Reuter) - King put down when the French-spe
Baudouin yesterday dissolved the ing wing of his own party I
Belgian Parliament - paving wise insisted on a poll.
the way for fresh elections - aft- The government crisis eruI
er Premier - designate Leo Tin- when the cabinet split follo
demans failed to form a govern- the withdrawal of Iran fron
ment, the Royal Palace announc- $200 million refinery project
ed. be built in the depressed eas
No official date was given for region of Belgium.
general elections but political
sources said they would probably Iran canceled the deal a
take place on March 17. Belgium imposed new condit
on the deal before giving a f
TINDEMANS, one - year lead- go-ahead.
er of the Flemish wing of the
Social Christian Party, told the When Iran dropped out of
king at a palace meeting that he deal, the nine Socialists memt
was not able to form an admin- of the cabinet - who had str(
istration to replace the three- ly backed the project - resig
party coalition which collapsed en bloc.
10 days ago.
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Communist leader denounced
Michael McGahey, national vice-president of Britain's national
union of mineworkers was publicly disowned and denounced yes-
terday by Britain's Labour Opposition' Party. In recent speeches
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ears "back"

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