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Friday, February 12, 1971
North Vietnam charged Thursday
night the United States had launched new
bombardments against it from sea and air.
It also said American artillery had shelled
North Vietnamese villages from positions
in the Demilitarized Zone.
The charges made by the Hanoi
Foreign Ministry and released by the
North Vietnamese delegation in Paris,
were accompanied by a claim by Laotian
Communists to have shot down 62 U.S.
and South Vietnamese planes in the last
In Laos, military sources reported
South Vietnamese forces closing in from
three sides Thursday pushed to positions
just outside the Communist base at
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Sepone. It is the main objective of
Saigon's offensive with VS. support on
the Ho Chi Minh TraiL
North Vietnamese troops made new
inroads in northern Laos on the Plain of
Jars when a force of 18,000 men overran
four positions protecting Laotian army
headquarters at Long Cheng.
Hanoi's statement said that U.S.
warships had violated North Vietnam
territorial waters and bombarded fishing
boats, American aircraft had bombarded
the community of Hung Lap, and
American artillery in the Demilitarized
Zone had bombarded the communities of
Ving Son and Ving Giang in North
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A special 1,000 man South
Vietnamese team led the assault against
Sepone, a town 27 miles inside Laos
where many parts of the Ho Chi Minh
Trail converge. The South Vietnamese
landed in positions north and south of
the town, but by nightfall had not
entered the town itself. A major battle
was in the offing if North Vietnamese
defenders chose to stand and fight.
U.S. headquarters in Saigon had "no
comment" on reports that a 2,500-man
U.S. Marine landing team was aboard
ships off the DMZ in case of a North
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H ARRISBURG, Pa. -Although
granted total immunity from prosectuion,
a Roman Catholic priest and a divorced
mother of three Thursday refused to
answer questions posed by a federal grand
jury investigating an alleged kidnap-bomb
The Rev. J. William Michelman of
Baltimore, and Mrs. Patricia Chanel, 41,
Silver Spring, Md., both risked contempt
of court citations for refusing to respond
to the grand jury's questions.
Michelman, whohad refused to testify
before the panel last month, said
Thursday "priestly confidence was my
base for the rejoinders." He had been
asked seven questions by the grand jury
in his one-hour appearance.
'The time was filled with the
questions, and a dialogue about the seal
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Michelman said. "It was an educational
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