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Friday, August 10, 1973

THE SUIMMER DAILY

Page Five

Friday, August 10, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Five

Military neutrality
By PHIL NEWSOM ue to hold the confidence of both Y
UPI Foreign News Analyst sides.
As Chile hovers on the brink The Army joins the political
of civil war, the traditional neu- center in its hopes that violence
trality of its armed forces is will be avoided.
undergoing its severest test. It opposes both the demands
Eiecofthe strain is seen for a 'popular dictatorship" by
Evidence of tains see he radical Movement of Revolu f
is a reported plot against I h e tionary Left and the conspiracies
Marxist regime of President Sal-
of the rightist "Patria y Liber-
vador Allende involving some tad."
crew members of two warships
and in the abortive coup on June THE DIFFICULTIES facing the
29 by part of an armored regi- Allende regime arise from the
ment. same issues that brought about
BUT THE outbreaks have been last October's crisis and h a v e
small and so far easily contained intensified as Allende has press
It i esecillynoteorty Ih a ed his efforts to impose social-
It is especially noteworthy t h a t ism on a highly individualistic -. ,4 ,
despite the polarization which is ntmonahgl niiulsi
dividing the country between the nation. President Alk
extremes of right and left, it Incidents of terrorism have be-
is the armed forces which contin- come daily occurrences. tary to the

tested in
A strike of 50,000 truck owners,
joined by increasing numbers of
taxi and bus drivers and by pro-
fessional groups including doct-
ors, lawyers'and teachers, is iso-
lating Chile's cities and cutting
heavily into essential supplies.
SANTIAGO, t h e capital, is
said to be receiving only 30 per
cent o fits normal supplies of
food, gasoline and kerosene.
THE STRIKING truck owners
accuse the government of failing
to live up to last fall's agreement
to make available new trucks and
,s .- spare parts, and say the govern-
ment is trying to set up a parallel
organization to compete with
de: I their National Confederation of
Truck Owners.
esCue It was a truck owner's strke

Chile
that touched off last October's
crisis and nearly toppled the gov-
ernment.
This time they appear deter-
mined to finish the job.
IN THE LATEST CRISIS Al-
lende has placed the military in
charge of police in Santiago, Val-
paraiso and Atcama provinces
but until Wednesday had resist-
ed demands that he name a cabi-
net including military men.
This was the device by which
he saved himself in last year's
crisis and was the main issue
in the breakdown of talks with
his chief opposition, the Christian
Democrats, seeking a solution to
the present crisis.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
ARTISTS and
CRAFTSMEN GUILD.
would like to express its apreciation to the following people and organizations for their help
and cooperation in making the 1973 FREE ARTS FESTIVAL possible:

Dawn Anderson
Loveleen Bajwa
Sue Billmayer
Richard Booth
Richard Butts
Richard Darr
Linnea Dudley
Bob Flora
Vic Gutman
Karyl Hill
Sue Hinshon
Joan Kelley
Steve Knight
Nolan Lee
Eric Lutz
Cathy McKillop

Nancy Olson
Mary Samuelson
Patty Slote
Bob Wagner
Don Wendell
Wiggo K. Andersen
Pixie Backus
Lyle Birnie
Liz Burley
Phil Cherner
Libby Davenport
Tom Easthope
Jim Frenza
Bob Hanselmann
Jim Hilton
William Joy

Janet Kelman
Phil LaVigne
Dianne Libsdorf
Trisha Lutz
Sam Modeka
Pat Patten
Judy Sharpless
Max Smith
Martha Warshaw
Chris White
Rose Ellen Appel
Frank Begun
James R. Black
Hugh Burley
Tom Clark
Fred Davids

Bob Eckinger
Barney Gainsley
Mike Harris
Dick Hinshon
Paul Johnson
Dick Kennedy
Carolyn Leavitt
Lois Litner
Roosevelt Madison
Barb Nutter
Antone Popp
Connie Shurtliff
Judy Stevens
Jack Weidenbach

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