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Frieze, 4 p.m. From Wire Service Reports two months, the official added.
Int'l. Night: British Isles Menu, MOUNT DARWIN, Rhodesia, "I am pretty sure we have set
League Caeteria, 5 p.m. Rhodesian government forces them back and we will not see
a sord' withJClub:r anion nlub yesterday said they had stalled much of the big push before
Union, 6 p.m. an offensive by up to 1,700 Af- Christmas," he added in a
Guild House: Poetry reading, 802 rican nationalist ' guerrillas by briefing at military headquar-
Monroe St., 7:30 p.m. staging a pre-emptive strike in- ters here.
Ctr. Japanese Studies: Full Moon to Mozambique on Sunday.
Lunch, 200 Lane, 8 p.m. They claimed to have de- "W E H A V E destroyed
Musket M&M: Lerner & Lowe's stroyed several guerrilla bases the bases," Mr. Edden said.
Cameot." Mendelssohn Theatre, 8and SO tons of war materials. He commands the police special
Music School: Louis Nagel, pian- A senior polide official was branch in the northeast area
ist, Rackham Aud., 8 p.m. giving the first details of what where African guerrillas began
were officially called 'ehot pur- their war against white rule
-t and rsuit" operations over the week- four 'years ago.
Read and Use end across Rhodesia's northern Mr. Edden gave no details
, , , border with Mozambique. about individual guerrilla
Da ily Classifieds A S S I S T A N T Commis- camps or casualties, nor did
sioner Mike Edden told report- he say how many bases were
ers: "I would like you to forget attacked.
hot pursuit - I would like to He said that only Rhodesian
think of it in terms of defend- infantrymentwere invosand
ing ourselves. It was simply a ifnrmnwr novd n
military operation designed to he denied Mozambique reports
N APPLIANCE STORE . sort out people on our imme- that the government forces had
diate border." used aircraft, tanks and caval-
ry. But he said the Mozambique
He said Rhodesian intelli- fioure of seven camps hit "was
gence units were satisfied that. only slightly exaggerated."
a big push into Rhodesia had
H SYbeen planned at this time of THE OFFICIAL said the raids
year involving up to 1,700 guer- had been aimed at Rhodesian
rillas. guerrillas of the Zimbabwe Af-
The operation had given Rho- rican National Union (ZANU)
desia breathing time of at least "_.A ., .__ _,..
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raid a camp at Chitanga. Mo-
zambique forces near the Rho-
desian border post of Vila Sala-
zar had heard the firing and
opened up with mortars and
rockets. "But this time, pa-
tience was at an end," Mr. Ed-
den said. "So we gave them a
bloody stonk (hammering)
He later explained that the
Rhodesian government forces
had been ordered not to aim at
the Mozambique troops, but at
the guerrilla camp behind them.
THE RHODESIAN infantry-
men brought back eight tons of
military hardware ranging from
recoilless rifles, mines, mortars
and ammunition to uniforms
and tins of Tanzanian beef.
"Our objective was to go
across the northern border and
destroy those war materials,
to gain more intelligence as to
their fast and future activities,
to eliminate the threat to the
border and'to blunt and if pos-
sible complete nullify the big
push," Mr. Edden said.
IN A reference to the Geneva
talks on Rhodesia's future, he
said: "We had in fact held
back in the interests of our col-
leagues in Geneva. But time
was running out. We could
have lost a great deal if we'd
stayed in Rhodesia longer."
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and as far as he knew there
had been no casualties among
Mozambique troops even though
they guarded some of the
Other forces had crossed the
border in southeast Rhodesia to
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