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Saturday, June 20, 1970
Saturday. June 20. 1970
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SAIGON (M - The American death toll in all Cambodian
military operations reached 300, as communist pressure in-
creased in that country and fresh fighting erupted on the
road to the historic temples of Angkor yesterday.
Two more of Phnom Penh's links to the outside world;
were cut off Thursday as the communists tightened their
stranglehold around the almost isolated capital. Most routes;
into Phnom Penh are now severed within 60 miles of the
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AN OUTSPOKEN White House staff member-Kenneth Davis
Jr.-yesterday appeared to have lost his job as assistant secretary
Davis was an outspoken advocate of import restrictions ,who
bluntly accused the White House staff of misleading President Nixon.
His boss, Secretary Maurice Stans, said Davis told of his intention
to leave last week but Davis denied the report.
Davis said he would leave only if Nixon requested his resignation.
but the White House said, "The administration certainly supports
what Secretary Stans has said on the subject."
TWO MORE SOLDIERS were ordered by the Army yesterday
to stand trial by general courts-martial on murder charges
arising from the alleged My Lai massacre.
The Army identified the two as Pvt.-Gerald Smith, Chicago, and
Sgt. Esequiel Torres, Brownsville, Tex., both 22. They are the third
and fourth soldiers ordered to stand trial in connection with the al-
THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION (FTC), in an effort
to clear up questions of a recipient's liability, yesterday proposed
a ban on shipments of unordered merchandise.
Under the proposal, subject to confirmation by the five-member
commission after public hearings, a person who receives merchandise
he did not order may keep it with no obligation to pay.
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A LEADING NIXON administration supporter in the six-
week Senate debate on Cambodia said yesterday that differences
between proponents and opponents of the Cooper-Church amend-
ment are negligible.I
Sen. Robert J. Dole (R-Kan) said the legislative history of the
debate has transformed the proposal from what many regarded as
"an unwarranted challenge to presidential authority" into a measure
"preserving the constitutional powers of the commander in chief."
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A SECRET SPY SATELLITE was launched yesterday morning
towards Southeast Asia to keep 'watch on the Soviet Union, Red
China and North Vietnam.
Sources said the satellite, the first of an operational series, will
provide early warnings of any enemy missile attack from land bases
or submarines at sea.
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THE NATION'S next budget director, Secretary of Labor
George P. Shutz, said yesterday that he will aim at directing the
government's $130-billion-a-year domestic spending in a way to
help curb inflation.
Shultz also predicted that inflation will slow toward the end of
this year and that President Nixon's economic policies will put the
nation's affairs in good order and close to a balanced budget by the
end of Nixon's first term. -
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TWO SOVIET COSMONAUTS returned to earth yesterday
after beating the American space endurance record by nearly
Andrian Nikolayev and Vitaly Sevastyanov circled the earth in
their Soyuz 9 spaceship for 17 days, 16 hours and 59 minutes.
BELL TELEPHONE, on July 1, will introduce a sight-and-
sound telephone-the Picturephone-in Pittsburg on a local-call
The new system, 20 years in the making, will tie together by 1975
at least 100,000 Picturephones in 24 U.S. cities, a Bell spokesman said.
The basic monthly rate, to business and residences, is $160 and
provides 30 minutes of calling time; each minute beyond cost 25 cents
Communist threats to strike at1
Phnom Penh itself have not yet
materialized, but a Cambodian'
spokesman said he was certkini
the almost isolated capital is still
the prime target of North Viet-
namese and Viet Cong forces.
j In view of the worsening mili-
tary situation across Cambodia,
the spokesman added, the govern-;
ment of Gen. Lon Nol has asked
Washington for helicopters and
other military equipment, but has
not yet received a reply.
There are only 12 days left be-
fore all U.S. troops are to be with-
drawn from Cambodia, where
most of them have been attacking
North Vietnamese and Viet Cong
border base camps, supply points
and staging areas.
The Cambodian high command
said the communists pushed to
within 200 yards of major govern-
ment strongpoints at the city, lo-
cated on the road to Siem Reap,
gateway to the ancient ruins ofI
Latest reports said fighting was
raging around the city, with the
attackers bringing up reinforce-
ments despite air strikes by Cam-
There was no word of casualties
in the battle for Kompong Thom,
which has been under almost con-
stant enemy pressures for more
than a month.
Cambodia's rail link to Thai-
land-severed by the Viet Cong
Tuesday in an attack 41 miles
northwest of Phnom Penh-re-
mained closed as government
troops swept along the track to,
clear out enemy forces.
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LONDON(P) - Edward Heath became prime
minister of Great Britain last night as his Con-
servative party obtained, in, the final tally, a
majority of more than 30 seats in the House of
President Nixon telephoned to congratulate
Heath and to express sympathy to Wilson. It ap-
pears likely that Heath's government will be
closer to U.S. foreign policy; Wilson has had to
contend with a party faction opposing U.S. ac-
tion in Vietnam.
The changeover in government was swift.
Harold Wilson, head of a Labor Party govern-
ment for 5% years, spent 18 minutes with Queen
Elizabeth II to turn in his resignation. He walk-
ed out of Buckingham Palace as leader of the
opposition, but evidently feeling, as he expressed
it earlier, that I will be prime minister of Brit-
ain again." s
Fifteen minutes later. the jubilant Heath ar-
rived. In the course of a half hour's audience,
the queen asked him to form a new government.
Heath will now-draw up a list of ministers,
which is expected to include Sir Alec Douglas-
Home as foreign secretary. Douglas-Home ,was
the Tory prime minister Wilson unseated when
Labor came to power in 1964,
In office, Wilson had to calm the anti-Amer-
ican sentiments of his Labor party's noisy left
wing. In opposition, the leftists will have more
leeway for their attacks on American policy.
Heath's Conservatives have always favored
Washington and often supported Wilson in
showdowns with the Labor party.
Thy silver-haired 'Conservative leader, whose
upset electoral victory ended 5'2 years of Labor
rule, is expected to move quickly to consolidate
Britain's relations with the United States. An
early visit to Washington is likely to broaden his
already close personal relations with Nixon.
Aid for Biafrans to end
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end its relief operations in what
used to be Biafra at the end of
June, but about 3 million peo-
ple are still living in hunger
and economic despair in t h e
former rebel state.
Experts warn that the Red
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After receiving his law degree,
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served in Nepal. He returned to
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Christian Council, Emmanuel
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million people in danger - es-
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Cross relief work, but there is
widespread doubt of their abil-
ity to rtln effective and coor-
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once the heartland of Biafra,
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accused of killing a guard at Soleda
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avowed Communist Angela Davis as
at UCLA yesterday.
The regents voted 15-6 not to
nounced in a 10-page document tha
Miss Davis, a black, were character
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The regents fired her last Sep-
tember on the sole grounds she
was a Communist. A Superior
Court ruled this was insufficient1
reason and shescontinued teach-
One of the regents supporting
Miss Davis, William Roth of San
Francisco, said after the session
that the decision was "a right
wing push" against education
backed by Reagan.
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