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Japan Planning Aid for Cambodia By JOSEPH FRIED Staff Correspondent of The News Saigon, July 18 Japan is about to bolster the shaky Cambodian government of Prime Minister Lon Nol with financial assistance, reliable sources reported tonight. Israel Jet Casbs Antiairciraftt Sittes By SIGISMUXD GOREN Special Correspondent of The News The action, which the United States has been urging, strongly would constitute an important breakthrough. While the Japan ese aid would be of a nonmilitary character, it could pack political and psychological impact as an 5T- Tel Aviv, July 18 An Israeli jet fighter with two crewmen aboard crashed just west of the Suez Canal today after being knocked out of the sky during a raid on Egyptian antiaircraft sites. W2 CO A military spokesman here said the crewmen were seen bailing out of the stricken plane, believed to a U.S. Phantom jet.

The spokesman did not specify Mediterranean Sea jPHilwan AsfllP UNITED ARAB BEPOBUCP CGTFT) expression of faith in Cambodia survival. The sources said Japan's initial economic assistance was expected to be in the field of public transportation, one of the country's dire needs. In another move, the sources said, the Japanese Red Cross has --decided to provide Cambodia with a nraltimillion dollars worth of medical supplies. On the South Vietnamese battlefields, U. S.

troops clashed for two hours with the Communists than three miles from the Cam-northwest of Phuoc Binh and less bodian border. Four Americans were killed and seven wounded while enemy losses were unknown. In the same area, the Americans uncovered enemy caches, including 199 rifles, more than 100,000 rounds of ammunition and 1,200 pounds of plastic explosives. U.S. marines In Quang Nam Province uncovered a cache yielding 800 mortar and recoiless rifle rounds, rounds of small army ammunition and 20 cases of heavy machine gun ammunition.

In Quang Kgai Province, Communist gunners shot down a U.S. helicopter, killing three crewmen and wounding one. Communist terrorists set off a Claymore mine in an audience viewing outdoor television in Trang Bang district town, 30 miles northwest of Saigon. One civilian and a militiaman were killed and 16 civilians wounded. The Communists also triggered two explosions at the city hall in the mountain resort of Dalat, wounding two civilians.

NEWS Map by staff Artist Shaded area mhowa Egyptian miaaiU drftntm mm attacked by Israeli aircraft. 'r Associated Press photo South Vietnamese troops hoist wounded comrade onto truck following battle northeast of Phnom Penh. DENISE SHEEHY whether the plane was hit by a Burface-to-air missile or by conventional antiaircraft Runs. Nor would he say whether the Egyptian target site housed Soviet-built Sarn-2 missiles or the more advanced Sam-3s which reportedly have been installed near the canal in the last month. The plane was the fourth lost by Israel since it discovered the new missile belt.

The other three were downed by missiles. Patrol Kills 3 Arabs On the battlefields, an Israeli commando patrol reportedly killed three armed Arabs near Metulla in the northernmost tip of Upper Upper Galilee. Three other Arabs were reportedly killed last night in a clash with an Israeli army patrol south of the Damya Bridge spanning the Jordan River. A hand grenade exploded this morning in a Gaza City refugee camp as crowds lined up for food rations. Three Arab children were wounded.

Terrorist explosives inflicted injuries on 33 persons yesterday in the Israeli-occupied city. According to Israel's count, today's plane loss brought to 25 the number of aircraft shot down by the Arabs since the 1967 Mideast war. Israel claims 133 Arab plants, 105 of them Egyptian. More Talks Seen Before Showdown Cairo. July 17 (UPI) Egyptian government officials said today the Soviet Union will hold more talks with the United States on a possible political settlement in the Mideast before opting for a military showdown on the Suez Canal.

Gamal Abdel Nasser returned from Moscow yesterday alter 19 days of talks with the MISSING SINCE JULY 7, 1970 POSSIBLE AMNESIA VICTIM. PLEASE CALL 577-7341 French Utilities Hiked Paris, July 18 (Reuters) The official French prices gazette, published today, announced that effective Monday the price of high-voltage electricity will go up by 3.5 for French consumers and the price of ga3 by 5. Kremlin leaders with a promise of continued Soviet military, economic and political support against Israel. He began briefing his top officials today. Diplomatic observers noted Egyptian-Soviet communique offered no concessions from the previously stated positions of Russia and Egypt.

Wife to Four Men? Recife, Brazil, July 18 (AP) Eliete Maria da Silva, 26, a peasant woman in the small village of Jacipe, was reported to police by a priest as having four husbands, authorities said. Mrs. da Silva complained the priest did not understand such things "for he is still a bachelor." Dole Rops Congress Birmingham, July 18 (AP) Sen. Robert Dole (R-Kans.) charged today that an "irresponsible, unresponsive Congress" is blocking President Nixon's efforts to strengthen the economy and deal with other pressing national problems. Dole spoke before Alabama Republicans at their state convention.

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