The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on June 14, 1965 · Page 12
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" V"'1''l"'1'""'"'l' PAGE 12 THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR- ' '.0 MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1963 U.S. Paratroops May Fight Cong Concluded From Page 1 ting air support to the scene, the airborne soldiers were left far 20 hours in an exposed position while an estimated 500 Viet Cong massed around them. The final attack took place at about 5:15 p.m. Saturday. When the Viet Cong strike finally came, American advisers again called for air-strikes, but the U. S. Air Force planes did not arrive for more than half an hour, according to reliable reports from the scene. The approaching rainy season has left skies overcast throughout much of the day in the Dong Xoai area but has not grounded the Amer ican air effort. The sources said the delay on Saturday was not due to bad weather. Under heavy fire from the .50 caliber machineguns on three armored cars that the Viet Cong had captured the previous day, the Vietnamese paratroopers withdrew to the Dong Xoai district headquarters. As the Vietnamese paratroops scattered, the three American advisers were picked up by a U.S. helicopter and taken from the scene. It was the second time this month that American advisers have been evacuated by helicopter when it appeared the Viet Cong were going to overrun government forces. At BOX STORAGE, FUR and WOOLEN Storage w A95 e Wt supply . larac j , tioroqt box Pill a wim all your winter clothet, txcept furl. Everything, will bt stared. Include, SttO.M Insuranc for only plus cleoninq. UNIT STORAGE for persons desirinq to storo only a few garments . . . 50c EACH plus cleaning. Includes $15 Insuranct. PHONE ME 4-3505 nov m camcdc Phu Bon on June 2, however, the Vietnamese battalion fought on and escaped after the Americans had withdrawn. SO FAR ONLY 150 of the 480 Vietnamese paratroopers have reached the district headquarters. They brought with them 46 wounded colleagues. The American casualties remain 19 U.S. advisers and aircraft crewmen dead or missing and 15 others wounded. The U.S. military spokesman in Saigon declined yesterday to release any Vietnamese airborne or infantry casualty estimates. Some officials in Washington have been critical of news reports that listed Vietnamese government losses before Viet Cong casualties could be accurately assessed. The spokesmen denied, however, that they were withholding information. They said they had only fragmentary reports and could not provide a total. But they offered an estimate that another 225 Viet Cong have been killed by U.S. air-strikes around Dong Xoai. Reliable sources that had been at the battle scene discounted that figure as they had rejected previous estimates that 700 Viet Cong were killed on Thursday and Friday. Spy Trial To Begin Cairo (UPI) The trial of an alleged West German spy ring operating for Israel will begin June 28, it was announced yesterday. Free1. Free! Free! 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Hayes continued: "This means to me, and it should to the public and the citizens of this community, that we're certainly to the point that we would not only be wasting a lot of money by changing the design or route, it's sure to be a great economic loss." An even more important consideration, he said, is that there would not be time to complete the interstates by the 1972 deadline. THE PLANS were accepted after a four-year study by a committee that included a representative of the mayor, Marion County Commissioners, the Metropolitan Plan Commission, the State Highway Department and the Bureau of Public Roads. Only the State Highway Department or the Bureau of Public Roads can change the plans. Brydenthal said he Tias appealed to Federal officials in Washington to reconsider the highway plans, but has received no reply. THE PROPOSED location also has received strong support from Frank E. McKinney, president of the Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee. The Chamber of Commerce statement noted that by nature of its geographical location, Indianapolis is destined to become an important hub in the nation's modern highway system. "Seven routes will converge upon our community more than upon any other metropolitan area in the country. We just cannot afford to lose this program," it said. Tito Leaves Germany Berlin (UPI) Yugoslav President Tito flew back to Belgrade yesterday after a five-day visit to East Germany. l.l:-x'.:.r-.v'rt. - 'ij V"j HIM TRIM OFF EXCESS POUNDS SILHOUETTE INCHES The Easy... FUN WAY al... E Figure-Form Health Studios J. W. Randolph Age 58 . . . lost 31 lbs. and Trimmed 7 Inches Off His Waist IN ONIY 75 DAYS J .$K- i i ' ,! J w Si ,. ,. 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