Wednesday, July 28, 1971
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, July 28, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven
By The Associated Press
A SOUTH VIETNAMESE task force of 1,000 men pushed a new
drive in eastern Cambodia yesterday in one of a series of short
sweeps designed to keep the North Vietnamese off balance.
In another development, North Vietnamese sappers blew up five
U.S. helicopters in a swift, predawn raid on an allied base 30 miles
north of Saigon.
Field reports said the new South Vietnamese drive swept to within
Snuol, a rubber plantation town 10 miles inside Cambodia and 9 miles
n"*h of Saigon. The South Vietnamese were driven out of Snuol
nearly two months ago with heavy casualties.
THE UNITED TRANSPORTATION Union rejected as "nonsense
and aggravation" the Labor Department's request yesterday for
binding arbitration to settle a strike against four railroads.
Meanwhile, Nixon administration sources expressed cautious hope
oftetting negotiations back on the track before the walkout, crip-
pling 20 per cent of the nation's rail traffic, spreads further.
A SUCCESSFUL FIRING of the Apollo 15 main rocket engine
yesterday cleared the American spacecraft to continue toward a
The astronauts made the tests some 132,000 miles from home to
or~irm that the two electrical circuits which power the engine
worked satisfactorily. A red light had begun flickering in the instru-
ment panel Monday, signaling possible trouble.
Low battery readings caused concern during the last Apollo
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into the city limits.
Alternatively, exempting legis-
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Lansing, he says, to annex the
site "whether the locals like it
The locals don't like it.
At a series of hearings held
recently residents of Pittsfield
Township have expressed strong
opposition to having a jail lo-
cated within their community,
Harvey, sympathetic to the
qualms of the residents, says
"I don't care where the new jail
is, just as long as there is a new
Captain Fredland feels the
fears of the residents are based
"on a lot of misconceptions."
However the dispute over the
site of the new jail is resolved,
Fredland and Owings both feel
that it could be several years
before the ground is broken and
construction of a new facility
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