Anderson Daily Bulletin (Anderson, Indiana) 8 May 1968 Page 14

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Term North Korean Communists Deny VC Move In Sur- assumption · R- a he stepped up militancy along he demilitarized zone? Accord- ng to a number of top Korean sources, the North is trying to Despite much viewing with sow discord between the ROK By PHIL NEWSOM Window On The World: Communist Camouflage: alarm by American officials in Korea, top Korean government sources pooh pooh any Idea the S'orth Korean Communists can --or even are trying to--to set up a Viet Cong operation in Korea. So what's the point of and American unsettle t h e Pennies For Heaven NEW. YORK UPI )-Church- wlde contributions to the 14 Episcopal seminaries in the United States average only about 37 cents per epmmunicanl per year,.reports trie Kpiscopa Church Foundation, an organization organization of laymen founded in 1949 to provide financial assistance forces South and to Korean government, hopefully, to a xlnt where opposition parties night be able to step in. Practically, the North Koreans wculd appear to be defeating their own purpose. U.S. forces, once stripped down to a point of danger because of the war in Vietnam, have been beefed up again. Because of the incursions, incursions, the United States has promised much more aid to South Korea. One purpose is served, however. There is no, absolutely no chance at prcseni of more South Korean forces for Vietnam. The Left Takes Over: Expect pro-Chinese, pro-Hanoi demands for university reform, mt an extreme fringe of Mao and Che Guevara worshippers icon took over the slww. Riots n Rome reached a peak March 1, when 200 police and students me injured, and have since Ken flaring recurrently. Police 'ear that the extremists, who scorn parliamentary democracy and have called on voters to cast blank ballots, will seize on any pretext to step up violence near election day. Arms Rce Continues: The accelerating 'arms race in the Mideast has all but killed remaining slender hopes for ail agreed big-power arms embargo embargo for the strategic area. The Russians, who refused it when t was first suggested by the Vest after the Juno Arab-Israeli var continue to ship increasing- y sophisticated weapons to heir Arab friends, for fear of osing their grip on them. All ndicalions suggest that Moscow for national programs of the students to step up riots in church. Latest figures show the " " ' " " communicant membership of, the E p i s c o p a l Churca at 2,327,007. ·P · - Italian Italian universities as the May 19 general elections approach. two months ago over student Bird Country DES MOINES (UPI)--Hun ters in Iowa killed 1,449,000 pheasants in 1966, the Iowa Conservation Commission re ports. The 1966 total was the highes 1 Demonstrators started nearly statewide kill in the naMon, the commission says. i^JfiP 1 ly deter: s as firmly determined as ever o consolidate its foothold in (he Mideast, as a stepping stone for he next move toward Persian Gulf. Missiles (or Israel? Well-informed diplomatic quarters in Paris, despite official French denials, clo not iscoure reports that Prance's Dassault aircraft factories are pushrnj work on a missile capable o delivering nuclear warheads weighing 2,000 pounds over a distance of 280 miles as orderet Need Help With House Cleaning? Sec Classifications 29 and 29-A Classified Pages , Israel. Latest report* say hat some 50 te*t Shots are to carried out soon off the Icditerranean naval base ' of oulon. The rockets *ould b« or delivery next year. Need Help With Odd Jobs? See Classifications 29 and 29-A Classified Page*

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