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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, JrinL4'ary 30, 1976

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Morocco sei"
RABAT, Morocco (A) - Mor-1 which favors independence fori
occo claimed yesterday to have the Spanish Sahara .
captured the spanish Sahara! SPAIN is turning over the
desert area where it battled 105,000 - square - mile mineral-
with Algeria for three days, rich territory which it has held
taking 101 Algerian prisoners since 1884 to Morocco and Mau-
in all. Algeria announced its! ritania on Feb. 28. The two
'forces "have withdrawn in good countries say they have histor-
order." ical claims to the land which
There was no independent Algeria opposes. The Spanish
verification of the claims. An reached their decision in No-
official statement in Rabat said vember after King Hassan II
the region of Amghala, 175 of Morocco sent several hun-
miles southwest of the Algerian dred thousand unarmed civil-
border, had been 'cleansed of ians on a march to the Spanish
all rebel elements," a refer- Sahara.
ence to guerrillas of the Alger- Military sources in Paris ear-
ian - backed Polisario Front lier yesterday reported intense

zes Sra Argentine terrorists
fighting between Morocco and que said. Fighting continued k ll U .S. corp. execs
Algeria ,saying they used tanks until early in the morning be-
and heavy artillery in the bleak, fore the Polisario rebels suf- BUENOS AIRES, Argentina ,'fected a wide range of indus-
freezing desert area. fered "several dozen killed" 'A)-Terrorists assassinated two try and business, aggravated by
The fighting has been report- and resistance collapsed. Argentina executives and killed *nflation that neared 400 per
ed in communiques from Al- The Algerians claimed that a policeman at the U.S.-owned cent last year and a series of
giers and Rabat with no infor- when fighting started Tuesday Bendix Corp. plant yesterday, government rulings disputed by
mation from the scene but for- in the Amghala area, its forces officials said. At the same time, business leaders.
eign ministry officials in Paris were merely carrying food and business leaders threatened a
said they took the communiques medicine to Sahara refugees. boycott to demand security andGROUPS have
sadte okte omnqe e stability. kllePd executives in the past,
seriously. But the Moroccans said the Al- stability.igxe ati g in thep
The official Algerian News gerian soldiers came from the Police said 13 men and twoMmingtobe acting in the
Agency said in Algiers that its 41st Infantry battalion. women mostly in their early ,tres of workers n security
forces withdrew "after they ad- MAURITANIA, meanwhile, 20s, burst into the plant in sub- circlesr the attack was also
forcs wihdre "afer tey a- ^nsidered to be meant as a
mirably carried out their mis- denied Algerian claims of fight- urban Buenos Aires and de-ri
sion." ing recently around the Atlantic manded to see the president sig n the guerri wre t

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THE MOROCCANS said they1
had captured "important quan-
tities" of heavy equipment, in- ,
cluding artillery, mortars and
ground - to - air missiles.
The Moroccans took 72 priso-
ners yesterday, including two{
officers, the Rabat communi-
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8:30 p.m.

coast port of Villa Cisneros,
now called Dakhla Arboub. The
Algerians have claimed refugee
camps in the area were bomb-
ed by Moroccan aircraft follow-
ing fierce ground fighting.
But sources in the Mauritan-
ian capital of Nouakchott said
a town in northern Mauritania
near the Sahara border had
been subjected to machine gun
and mortar fire in recent days.
They said the situation in the
area 50 miles south of Amghala
fighting zone seemed "calmer"
Thursday.
Arab countries dispatched
top-level mediators to both
countries to prevent the conflict
from getting out of hand. With
the Lebanese civil war still un-
settled, they were anxious to
prevent another intramural
conflict from erupting into
large-scale war.

and the manager, both Argen-
tines. Neither was at the plant.
Just then Personnel Manager
Jorge Zaralenga and Industrial
Relations Chief Alberto Olavar-
rieta arrived for work, and the
intruders sprayed them with
machine-gun fire. A policeman
passing by rushed in and was
shot dead as he drew his pistol,
officers said.
POLICE IDENTIFIED the at-
tackers. as left-wing guerrillas'
and it was believed the killings
were connected to a labor con-
flict. However, no guerrilla
group took responsibility for ,
the raid and no explanation was
immediately available.
The Bendix subsidiary makes
automotive brakes and hydrau-
lic units.
Sources close to the situation
said Bendix, like many other
industrial companies, wanted to:
lay off workers because of a
drop in demand but were pre-
vented by the unions. Although
the dismissals were not imple-
mented, the sources said, dis-
putes have continued over sala-
ries. No Bendix spokesman
could be reached for comment.
Serious labor difficulties have l

acuve esptle crackdowns.
Hours earlier, police shot and
killed three youths they identi-
fied as leftist guerrillas who
were caught at a traffic check-
point.
The new deaths brought to at
least 57 the number of persons
killed in political violence since
Jan. 1, counting victims of the
left, the right and government
farces. The 1975 toll was near
900.
Metnwhile, an ad hoc group
linking eight of the most impor-
tant industrial and business as-
sociations in Argentina demand-
ed the government restore or-
der, stabilize the economy and
allow adequate prices.
IF NOT, the group said, the
leaders would implement an un-
defined shutdown and cease tax
payments, exerting pressure
similar to that which helped
topple Chilean President Salva-
dor Allende in 1973. At a meet-
ing Wednesday night, 800 busi-
ness leaders heard the group
chairman, Federico Pena, de-
clare: "The present situation is
the antechamber of destruc-
tion."

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