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SAIGON ' Government troops,
cautiously fanning out around the Plei
Djereng base overrun by the Communists
eight days ago, will retake the fallen outpost
"sooner or later," their commander vowed
In fact, said Major Gen. Nguyen Van .
Toan, the Central Highland's commander,
We shall retake whatever we have lost since
the signing of the Paris Agreement."
Plei Djereng was the first major
government base overun since the Jan, 28
"So far, the government forces have been
fanning out and trying to reenter the base
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SANTIAGO The military junta said
Sunday nationwide wage hikes scheduled for
Monday had been canceled because deposed
Marxist President Salvador Allende had
pluged Chile into "economic
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retaken," Toan said.
The promise of even more fighting in the
future of Vietnam's so-called cease-fire came
as the daily total of Communist truce
violations rose to 92
10 more than
spokesmen reported Saturday.
Plei Djereng was a former U.S. Green
Beret camp, about 230 miles northeast of
Saigon and 20 miles northeast of Saigon and
20 miles west of the provincial capital of
Toan said in Pleiku, "Retaking Le Minh is
not a hard job but technically speaking we
have to study the matter further."
A radio broadcast the day before the pay
boosts were to take effect was made to
officially inform workers of the junta
decision made Saturday.
The government also announced it was
replacing civilians with military men to head
all Chile's universities.
Treasury Minister Adm. Lorenzo
Gotuzzo told the nation's workers, "We are
conscious of the sacrifice this represents. But
at the same time we are certain all citizens are
solidly behind the patriotic reasons that
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school children Sunday, fearing an "alarming decline" of Immunization In recent
years might provoke epidemics of polio, measles and diphtheria.
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STRASBOURG, France Amid tight security, Premier Golda Melr of Israel arrived
Sunday for a European conference on the Middle East only 48 hours after two Arab
terrorists seized a passenger train and took Soviet Jews hostage In Austria.
The 75-year-old premier, appearing tired but smiling, was sped to a guarded
private villa minutes after her Et Al Jetliner touched down at a nearby military base.
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WASHINGTON The Justice
Department, reaffirming faith in its chief
criminal investigator, continues
presentation of evidence to a grand jury this
week relating to kickback allegations against
Vice President Spiro T. Agncw.
The vice president, who in his Los Angeles
speech Saturday criticized as
"unprofessional and malicious and
outrageous" the conduct of Assistant
Attorney General Henry E. Petersen,
meantime remained in seclusion Sunday at
the home of his friend Frank Sinatra in Palm
Agncw was scheduled to return to
Washington Monday from the long weekend
in California, during which he took the
occasion of an address to a group of
Republican women to again declare his
innocense of wrongdoing and pledge: "I will
not resign if indicted."
Agnew did not mention Petersen byname,
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tw o decades of prosecutorial experience and
is greatly respected by his colleagues in law
BELFAST Army sources said Sunday
Protestant extremists were responsible for
the sudden wave of car bombings that
blasted several Roman Catholic pubs and
houses into smoldering ruins Saturday.
The bombings heaviest in weeks
coincided with attacks on two Belfast police
stations by Irish Republican Army (IRA)
gunmen and the shooting of a soldier in
Londonderry, the army said.
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