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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, July 22, 1972

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, July 22, 1972

"Gloriously Heavy fighting for
Funny!" .u.:
-Whiam Wolf, Cue Magazine nangco
SAIGON(P) - Sharpighting ly light resistance.
continued on the northern The first major objective was
front in the Vietnam war yes- the district town of Bong Son.
terday, where 20,000 South Vi- and there was agreement in
in his etnamese marines and para- field reports that the South
troopers have been waging a Vietnamese had entered it, while
g reatest counteroffensive since June 28. the Saigon command claimed it
role The Saigon conimand said was captured.
62 North Vietnamese troops The Saigon command said
were killed and one communist the town in northern Binh Dinh
tank 'destroyed in a series of Province had been reoccupied
clashes on the southeast and in the afternoon by 1,000 gov-
northeastern edges of Quang ernment troops, who were
Tri. South Vietnamese losses searching house to, house for
were given as nine killed and 26 snipers.
wounded. U.S. informants in Binh Dinh
The U. S. Command said an Province said some South Viet-
American adviser was killed and' namese troops had entered the
two were wounded in Quang Tri southern sector of Bong Son
Province late Thursday when but the town had -not yet been
the marine unit they were with recaptured.
was hit by rocket fire. It was not immediately
American jets flew 330 strikes known how many civilians are
Thursday in the air war over still in Bong Son, which was
North Vietnam and set fire to occupied by North Vietnamese
a 1.5-million gallon fuel depot troops April 29. Some reports
30 miles northeast of Hanoi, said the communists had with-
the U. S. Command reported. drawn, telling civilians they
The command said an Air would return soon.
Force Phantom jet was shot Bong Son is one of three ma-
down by anti-aircraft fire in the jor objectives of the South Vi-
Haiphong area, but the two etnamese drive launched Wed-
crewmen baled out and were nesday. The operation seeks to
rescued by a Navy helicopter. regain control of three districts
A 10,000 - man South Vietna- in northern Binh Dinh Pro-
mese operation swept up the vince with a population of 200,-
central coast yesterday with on- 000 and a rich rice harvest
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Shotgun wedding
A member of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW) is
married in the St. Petersburg city dump as fellow veterans and
squadrons of flies look on. Members of the VVAW are camping
in the city dump until next month's Republican convention.
ULTRA-LEFTISTS
Chilean police arrest
20 allegred conspirators

SANTIAGO, Chile W) - Chi-
lean police searched yesterday-
for more members of an extre-
mist left-wing band linked to an
alleged plot to topple the left-
ist government of President
Salvador Allende. -
The government announced
Thursday that a group of "ul-
tra-leftists" had been discov-
ered and half a dozen persons
arrested.
A later announcement said 14
additional persona, including
foreigners, had been arrested
and accused of belonging to the
same band. The 20 in arrest,
five women among them, in-
clude a Mexican and a Brazi-
lian.
Half a dozen so-called "se-
ditious plots" against the gov-
ernment have been denounced
by the left since Allende took
office in November, 1970. They
Invariably proved to be false

WORSHIP

alarms that anti-Marxist poli-
ticians claimed were designed
to take people's minds off
Chile's increasing economic dif-
ficulties.
But this latest incident ap-
peared to have more authen-
ticity in light of rigorous mea-
sures taken to investigate the
workings of the group.
The pro-government press
played down the political over-
tones of the case, referring to
those arrested as simple rob-
bers.
It is no secret that far left
groups in Chile have been in-
creasingly disenchanted with
the progress of Allende's pro-
grams to ansform Chile into
a socialist state.
Economic problems, includ-
ing shortages of some foodstuffs
and consumer goods as well as
drops in sales of Chile's prin-
cipal money earner, copper,
have forced Allende to ease the
pace of his programs.
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Services of Worship-9:00 and 10:30 a.m.-
Sermon: "Righteousness." Preaching: David
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