Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 16, 1972 · Page 19
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Deepest And Heaviest Strikes U.S. Planes Renew Attacks On Rail Line SAIOON (AP - tJ.S. plnnos made their, deepest and heaviest strikes In North Vietnam In a week Tuesday, renewed their attack on the northwest vail lino to China and Snol down one of thre« MlG21s that tried to Intercept them, the U,S, Command announced today, It was the 159th M1CJ reported downed by U.S, crews In the war and the 48th this year, · The U.S.' Command said Afr Force, Navy and Marine fight, er-bombers flew more than 260 strikes against targets In North Vietnam.'. U.S. pilots had been averaging less than 200 a day In the north since Aug. 8 because of heavy clouds, but the weather improved Tuesday. Air Force F4 Phantom pilots made several direct hits with laser bombs on the 76-foot Phu Tho railroad bridge 45 miles northwest of Hanoi, the Air Force said. The bridge had been attacked before but had been repaired, Other planes attacked the Viet Trl thermal power plant 30 miles noilhwest of Hanoi DOWN MIG 21 Capt. Fred W. Sheffler, 20, of Akron, Ohio, and Capt. Mark A. Massen, 25; of Downey, Calif., flying an Air Force Phantom jet, were credited with downing the MIG21 about 25 miles northwest of Hanoi. They hit it with a missile. North Vietnam claimed that five U.S. jets were shot down during daylight raids Tuesday and two more during midnight strikes, The only losses announced by the U.S. Command were an F4 Phantom shot down Sunday In the northern half of tho demilitarized zone and a helicopter' gunshlp downed Tuesday helow the DM2, south f quiuijf Trl City. ' Tho two Phantom ci'ovvmcn tiro' listed as missing. One American aboard the- All! Cobra gunship was reported killed and One wounded, The U.S. Command also reported that 176 Americans have now been listed as missing in aircraft' losses In 'the 4% months since the Communists launched their offensive In South Vietnam, and nearly half of the missing men have been lost over North Vietnam. Another 72, Americans have been killed and 65 hava been wounded in aircraft crashes durlriff -this period, tht Com mam) said, Sergeant - Major's Trial Is Delayed LOS ANGELES (AP) -^ The trial of William 0. Wooldrldge, the Army's former sergeant- major, ar;d three others accused of taking kickbacks from enlisted men's club operators has been delayed until Jan. 9. It had been scheduled to start Tuesday but federal court officials said it was continued so attorneys will have time to collect evidence from witnesses abroad. Wooldridge, once the Army's highest-ranking enlisted man and now retired, is accused :of receiving at least $350,000 in kickbacks and rakeoffs from club operators. Wooldridge has denied the charges. IJWMj, * According to the U.S. Com- iniind's records, }20 plahcs «'nd 38 holicoplor* imve been lost In the war since March 30, Wlien the North Violnamoso otfcnslvi started,. ' : Tho-command said 78 6f'th« planes have, 'been lost over North Vietnam, and 82 of'thelr crewmen ura missing., North Vietnam has announced the names' of 21 who have been captured, In the ground war,' the Saigon command 'said, 44 North Vlet- namesiS were killed In fighting on Ihe edges or Quang Trl and south of the city. On South Vietnam's central coast; ; an ammunition dump blew Up al the provincial headquarters 'compound - i n Cam Banh City, and the headquarters building was destroyed field reports said. But the building was empty, and casualties were reported. Officers said a fire of unde termtned origin caused the ex plosion just after midnight There have been- a series'.o: sapper and shelling attacks a Cam Ranh In the past week. In Cambodia, gunhers'shellei the northwestern outskirts o Phnom Penh early today. A least 30 rocket and recoilles rifle shells hit the airport, a nearby village and a radlc transmitter. AH six members o a refugee family were killed 1 their sleep, and a military hangar and a parking lot at thi airport ;\vere damaged. Angry British Stevedores May Continue Strike LONDON (Ap)' ~ louden of Britain's 42,000 longshoremen called' off lhe'-20-dsy-old dock strike today, Out militant slave- dorcs charged it sellout, raising the ixSSBlbillty that they woulc not heed tho hack-to-work order in th« major ports. Unofficial sourccn said th dock workers' delegate's votec (3-30 to' accept the, settlement worked out by a Joint union management committee. But 'when the decision was announced, outside the head qu'a'rters of the Transpon Workers'- Union. · one longshore man-charged into the confer ence room arid hurled a m eta ashtray at Jack Jones, head ol the' TVVU and the chief Union negotiator. It mlsset!. ' ' Then the militants turned on .he police security cordon around tho building,'" and fights broke out. ' Some pickets tried to chase t h e d i s p e r s i n g ' d e l e g a t e s . Mounted police were called in to separate the combatants. Furious longshoremen broke up a news conference Jones and other union .leaders tried to hold, One man threw a glass of water into the union chief's face. Others shouted they had been betrayeUritheir fight Tor stronger Job security and more severance pay. One longshoreman shouted to Jones: "You are a leper! Where's your yellow arm band?" Jones, shak*n, cried to the mob; "I have done my best for you." Arkarwa* TIMK, PAvrrrivat.*, ARKANIA* County Hospital Board Holds Brief Session The Board of Governors of record brief Comptroller was accepted eluded tho the Buildings co m p i c feasibility presented shortly. Richard cncral met In a session at the . meeting In the 'once room; I report, made by William Cooper, . Tho report in- statistical in- t tho ·patient oc- durlng the month 9.5-per cent, This ;ase over the 77 ·tod for June, kcr, chairman, of s and Grounds enorlcd that an uuy of the public ng was noarlng o n and that the cport will he rtly. 'illlams, hospital d l s c u s s c d a y Dr. Winston K. of the Arkansas proposal W mak« Northwest Arkansas · area · a satellite educational .center. Of the school of medicine; Williams cautioned the Board that while Dean · Shorey was enthusiastic bout including the area It was .the most likely of the three 'proposed centers to go '· if total funding was not granted, The Other two centers are planned for Fort Smith and El Dorado. Williams said funding approval is .expected by the first week Jn September and implementation will follow immediately if approval ,is obtained for the grant from the National Institute of Health. Williams expressed the administration 1 * sympathy In the death last week of Mrs. Hoselta D'o we 11, director of the hospital's Day Care Center. "Her death," Jo« McKlm, chairman of the Board said, "i» a., loss to the community, and the hospital as well as her family." Widder Shows Films At Kiwanis Session Roger Widder, chairman of the music department at tht U n i v e r s i t y of Arkansas, presented the program at the regular noon meeting of the Fayetteville K I w a n Is Club yesterday at the Holiday Inn. Widder showed film slides taken on his recent study tour in Switzerland. ABU Sp*ok«r profeWr. ofN^ince University,of Arkkntaa of BuslnMS-Admlnljtratl' speak tOr" the 'meeting · , o f j Bslnesa* t*W ,,--, , DcPaul University Un Chicago Dunks wlll'-'dlscuf valuation method* \u««d ·{. by?? the court system . i n , "determining 1 - the worth of in^reiVJbf corporata »lock tor ;· V'iriwil required by.law? 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