3 A--Sept. 10, 1979 c . ^ -1 _IiÂ±__ Su "jlay Gazette-MaU WÂ«t VlrflnK Accusations Fly Between Sen. Proxmire, Pentagon l l f A f t T T i f j - . -- . ^ ^ _ _ V^" 1 * SEN. WILLIAM Receives SPLIT PROXMIRE Letters WASHINGTON-W-Sen. Wil liam Proxmire and the Penta Son swapped accusations Saturday after the Wisconsin Democrat said four Air Force sergeants have written him accusing the military of covering up accidental bombing of civilians in Cambodia. The Pentagon called Proxmire's reports "unsubstantiated, ^investigated allegations," anc said Proxmire's failure to provide the Defense Department with copies of the sergeants' letters proved he was more interested in publicity than "in an orderly investigation that would seek the facts." Proxmire replied that the reason he did not submit copies to Jhe Pentagon is that in the past the department has taken disci-jLonnie Franks, 23, an intelli- plinary or suppressive action' S. Viets Reinforce Troops In Embattled Tien Phuoc By Holger Jensen .94 refugees wounded and 200 SAIGON --W-- South Vielnam [families left homeless when cse forces hung on grimly Sat: satchel charges destroyed the urday in Tien Phuoc, a district barracks where they were town in the north, repulsing ene- housed. The estimated 20 sap- my tank assaults in a third day pers escaped. of street fighting. j Camp Books houses more A military spokesman on thei than 50 'Â°Â°? ref ugees who fled northern front said: "The towniQ uan Â§ ^ Province before it is still contested with the enemy |Was seized b V * e North viet ' in the northwest section and the: namese Ma ' L South Vietnamese in the south-; * * * east." | IN THE AIR war, U.S. jets About 3,000 government troops'5 leU X?"Â£ T^ than 31 Â° fW** supported by tajiks have beenl 1 " Northt Vl , etnam on Fnda y thrown into the battle for Tien! 3 TM" 8 * railwa y **$%Â· ,,. Phuoc. whidi came under at-L "*. f "J^V^ F * Ph TM~ tack Thursday by more than to1 ?? ]e K^ mbe L the ., Vu C ^ ua 1,000 North Vietnamese infan-lTM' roadpbrld S e * ,TM les Â«**'. trymen and Viet Cong, support- !f? f H f nolf and ^TMyed.the ed by Soviet-built tanks. ! ^ rifoot struct ^- The bra Tien Phuoc is in a mountain- a Â£,Dv, ?" a ?, , j ore \, i-inn/.^ ,^nÂ«,, ouÂ«,,t ^ n _:T.J F4 Phantoms attacked on the of I against personnel making such complaints. Instead of replying to his alle- gence analyst in Thailand, who, the aide said, was assigned to duties in a coffee shop after he called attention to the falsifying gations, Proxmire said, the Pen-1 of reports on bombings over tagon "has launched a personal i N'orth Vietnam. attack -" Air Force Gen. John D. Lav- Â· * Â· elle was relieved of command AN AIDE to the senator cited las top Air Force officer in the alleged demotion of Sgt.! Southeast Asia after an investi- gation stemming from Franks' complaints. Proxmire said the letters describe how Air Force bombers from Saigon missed military targets in Cambodia during missions last March 9 and 10 and I struck civilians,-including some jin a school bus. The four sergeants, who were reportedly involved in develop- ing intelligence pictures, said the flight mission was altered on the books to show that it didn't happen. Proxmire did not 'disclose the sergeants' names. | They said at least two generals from the 7th Air Force in ; Saigon looked at the pictures and went along with the suppres- \Gunman Neither Suspicious Nor Religious, He's Richer . PITTSBUHGH, Pa.-(AP)-A gunman burst into the Ladies Aid meeting at the First Evangelical Lutheran church, lined ; the 13 women up against the wall and rummaged .through j their purses, police said. | The women fell to their knees in prayer for the man. "Don't worry about praying for me," he called as he exited with $398. "It's loo late," west of coastaf Highway About 40,000 civilians in the val- Lrac , k0 lev haw hwn rut off hv tho Tne 1 i f and ripped up 150 feet o e Force reported ma JÂ° r strike of the the V U chua BAD WEATHER again curtailed U.S. air support, but at last report South Vietnamese units were said to be counterattacking the enemy-held district headquarters. Viet Cong sappers raided the northern outskirts of Da Nang with a devastating predawn attack on South Vietnam's largest refugee camp, a former U.S. Marine installation known as Camp Books. The enemy commando squad attacked in a blinding rainstorm under cover of a mortar barrage. By daylight the survivors' counted 20 civilians and one government militiaman killed, Crusade Planned At S. C. Church I boxcar and a support building ' dama 8 ed the rail Une - on e build - n and What giv*f children great pleasure that they can enjoy when they are 70? PIANO! Alnoil any child toft tnai+ff o p'onn. 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