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THE SUMMER DAILY

Thursday, August 23, 1973

Page Two THE SUMMER DAILY Thursday, August 23, 1973

tonight
6:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
Courtship of Eddie's Father
20 Stagecoach West BW -
24 ABC News-smith/Reasoner
50 lnttones
56 Lilas, Yoga and You
8:30 2 11 CBS News-Roger Mudd
4 13 NBC News-John Chancellor
7 ABC Ness-Smith/Reasoner
9 I Dream of Jeannie
24 Dick Van Dyke-Coioedy BW
50 Giligan's Island
56 Making Things Grow
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
4 New,
7 To Tell the Truth
9 Beverly Hillbillies
It To Tell the Truth
13 What's My Line?
20 Nanny and the Professor
24 Bowling For Dollars
50 I Love Lucy
56 Course of Our Times-History
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4 Circus!.
7 Michigan Outdoors
9 Movie-Adventure
"Tarzan and the Lost Safari"
(1957)
11 Parent Game
13 Truth or Consequences
20 Rieman-Western BW
24 Circus!
50 Hogan's Heroes
56 Inner-City Freeway
8:00 2 1 The Waltons-Drama
4 13 Ironside
7 24 Mod Squad
20 Wrestling
30 56 Playhouse New York
Biography
50 Dragnet
8:30 50 Merv Griffin
9:00 2 Movie-Drama
"Where Love Has Gone" (1964)
7 24 Good Vibrations From Cen-
tal Park-Music
9 News-Don Daly
11 Movie-Drama
"The Sergeant" (100)
20 Lee Trevino's Golf for Swingers
9:0 9 Happy Though Married
20 Seven Hundred Club
56 Ask The Lawyers
10:00 4 13 Music Country
7 24 Streets of San Francisco
9 MS!-Interview
50 Perry Mason BW
56 Masterpiece Theatre
10:30 9 Singalong Jubilee
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CRC News-Lloyd Robertson
50 One Step Beyond-Drama BW
11:30 2 11 Movie-Drama BW
"The Rse Tattoo" (155)
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Jack Paar Tonite
9 News
20 Walters Family-Music
50 Movie-Musial
"Summer Stock." (1950)
12:00 0 Movie-Western
"Whispering Smith." (1948)
1:00 4 7 13 News
1:50 2 Movie-Comedy BW
"Stand-in" (1937)
11 News
3:20 2 MayberyIRF.
3:50 2 News
THE SUMMER DAILY, summer edi-
tion of The Michigan Daily
Vol. LXXXIII, No. 68-S
Thursday, August 23, 1973
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Violence continues
in Santiago streets

SANTIAGO, Chile (P) - Uni-
dentified terrorists hurled home-
made bombs at the North Ko-
rean Embassy and at several
stores and homes yesterday in
strike - troubled Santiago.
Five persons were wounded in,
shooting incidents, officials said,
and one woman was reported in-
jured in a bombing.
THE INCIDENTS f o11 o w e d
street violence Tuesday that was
the worst outbreak in a month-
long transportation strike that
has crippled distribution of con-
sumer goods in the Chilean
economy.
Eight bomb attacks were re-
ported before dawn yesterday.
The homemade devices, hurled
from passing vehicles, smashed
plate glass windows and splin-
tered doorways. A liquor store
and a butcher shop were among
the targets.
A woman was hit in the legs
by fragments from a bomb
thrown at the home of Francisco
Padin, parliamentary secretary
for Allende's Socialist party.
AT THE NORTH Korean Em-
bassy, officials said a bomb was
hurled into the grounds and
caused some damage, but no one
was hurt. The embassy, in a sub-
urban mansion surrounded by
high walls, asked the Chilean
Foreign Ministry to arrange a
special police guard.
No one in authority professes
to know the reasons behind the
violence. But tensions are run-
ning high over the long trans-
portation strike and strike-con-
nected antigovernment activity
by opponents of Allende's social-
ism program.
The last few days have seen
the worst violence in the capital
since an abortive army revolt
in June. Twenty - two people
were killed and 34 wounded in
downtown Santiago on June 29
when men and tanks from an ar-
mored regiment staged a rush-
hour rebellion. Loyal troops
crushed the revolt.
FOR MORE than five hours
Tuesday, hundreds of youthful
leftists and anti - Marxists ram-
paged around downtown streets

surrounding the national con-
gress, battling with fists clubs
and guns.
Riot police with tear gas and
water cannon trucks restored or-
der after crowds burned heaps
of garbage in the streets and set
several automobiles afire.
Allende later told cheering sup-
porters from his balcony at the
Moneda presidential p a I a c e
Tuesday night that "Fascists
and lumpen" were to blame for
the violence.
LUMPEN means a degraded
section of the proletariat.
Transportation leaders re-
ported that their nationwide
strike was on the way to being
resolved. T r u c k e r s have
been out since July 26 and have
been joined by most bus and
taxi owners.
Their strike prompted numer-
ous sympathy walkouts across
Chile on Monday which left vital
sectors of the economy paralyz-
ed, including retail sales. Shops
and stores remained shuttered
Wednesday.
T H E TRANSPORT leaders
said one stumbling block remain-
ed. They reported that the gov-
ernment is balking at dissolving
MOPARE - the patriotic recon-
struction movement. This is a
parallel trucking system set up
by the state to compete with the
private confederation of truck
owners.
The truckers -want guarantees
that they will not be nationaliz-
ed under Allende's socialization
program.
Regarding their other de-
mands for new vehicles and spare
mands for new vehicles and
spare parts, the report was op-
timistic.
JUAN JARA, president of the
Ground Transport Confederation,
said the government agreed to
immediately provide 2,000 auto-
mobiles for taxis; 25 luxury bus-
es for interprovincial bus com-
panies; 700 buses for city oper-
ations; $12 million for importing
spare parts; and 500 new trucks
immediately, plus more ship-
ments totalling 1,333 vehicles by
June 1974.

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