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Wednesday, July 21, 1971

THE MICHICAN DAILY

Page Seven

Wensdy.ul 1 17_HEMCIGNDIL ae ee

Postmaster General Winton Blount pens his name yesterday
to the first contract negotiatcd between the new U.S. Postal
Service and seven unions representing 650,000 postal workers.
(See News Briefs below.)
By The AsvociatedPress
EAST PAKISTANI rebels stormed three power plants simul-
taneously in the city of Dacca and blasted them out of commission
yesterday.
According to officials of the East Pakistan Water and Power De-
'lopment Authority, this knocked out more than half of the electric-
ity generating capacity of the East Pakistan capital and left major
industrial and residential areas without power.
CONTRACT SETTLEMENTS appeared certain or near yester-
day . for more than one million telephone, postal and copper
workers.-
Meanwhile, the possibility of a steel industry strike loomed and
a railroad walkout threatened to spread.
Leaders of seven AFL-CIO postal unions signed a contract with
Postmaster General Winton Blount covering 650,000 workers, 40)000
striking telephone workers were set to return to their jobs pending
a contract vote, and 25 striking copper unions arranged a ieeting to
consider a settlement offer.
A NEW FOREIGN All) bill, amonting to 3.4 billion, is almost
ready to come out of the Iloose foreign ffairs Committee. it ws as
disclosed yesterday.
The bill includes imjo creas s in iitary ssistnce and ex-
(ends i U.S. aid pr grai isa sr itstead of the ssuls one year.
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S. Viets start
new drive in
E. Cambodia
TAY NINH, Vietnam {A') - A
10,000 - man South Vietnamese
force, spearheaded by 200 ar-
mored vehicles, launched a ma-
jor new drive into Eastern Cam-
bodia this morning, the biggest
in six-months.
Lt. Gen. Nguyen Van Minh, the
commander, said at his head-
quarters that the objective was
to provide security for the South
Vietnamese congressional elec-
tions next month and the prey-
dential election in October.
"Our mission," Minh said, "is
to cut off North Vietnamese infil-
tration into South Vietnam, to
prevent the enemy from sabotag-
ing the elections. We must pro-
vide security for the election
campaign."
There were no reports of con-
tact immediately.
At the same time, heavy U.S.
air raids and a surge in North
Vietnamese shelling attacks
broke a 24-day lull in the war in
South Vietnam yesterday.
Six B52 raids, the heaviest in a
single day in more than a week,
all struck at North Vietnamese
psticons s-itin a mile of the
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