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Mideast Fighting Is Renewed? Air, Ground Forces Clash Probe Starfith TEL AVIV, ISRAEL (REUTERS) -Egyptian and Israeli jets clashed in combat above the Suez Canal Thursday while below the,, opposing armies fought one of. their heaviest battles across the waterway since the 1W7 war. An Israeli military spokesman here said at least seven Egyptian aircraft were shot down. A military spokesman in Calrtt said six Israeli planes were brought down. Egyptian President Oamal Abdel Nasser said 40 Egyptian aircraft took part In attacks Thursday on Israeli- held Sinai and declared, "We shall go on fighting the enemy on the ground, at sea and In the air." The battle followed a statement t)y Nasser Wednesda/ night that the "war of liberation" against Israel hacP begun. Land Force Land forces used/tanks, rockets and artillery as fierce fighting flared across the waterway and both sides used jets in combat. / The Israeli spokesman said Israeli/planes attacked Egyp- n artillery emplacements, /mortar and ground-to-air missile sites and a radar station. No Israel aircraft were hit, he said. The Egyptians said their raids on targets deep in Sinai were carried out by large formations of bombers with fighter escorts. One bomber was shot down by Israeli anti-aircraft fire. Israel announced the Egyptian jets apoeared over the ca- nal about thr, ISrael I/air launched /Dayan Comments h/the first Israeli comment on> Nasser's warning, defense /minister Moshe Dayan fold his countrymen that the Egyptians might bomb Tel Aviv in any renewal of the middle east war. But he said he did not think such a renewal imminent. However, he added, "Prcsl- d e n t Nasser's declaration that a cease-fire no longer exists must be taken at face value." A military spokesman in Tel Aviv said the Israeli air strikes — the third in five days—were in retaliation for continuous cease-fire violations by the Egyptian army. WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) -> Secretary of the Interior Walter J. Hickel announced Thursday !the signing of a $225,000 con- San with POSITIVELY LAST 5 DAYS TO SEE ONE OF THE BEST EVER ON A MOTION PICTURE SCREEN! :>f damage I being done to coral reefs in the 'tropical Pacific Ocean by the | "crown of thorns" starfish. Westinghouse ~- Ocean Research Laboratory of Diego. Calif., 'received the tract to make the study, aid from the Office of Naval Research, Smithsonian Ins t i t u t ion, National Science Foundation, Coast Guard .and the University of Hawaii. Hickel said that during the last 30 months about 90 per I cent of the coral has been 'killed along about two-fifths of thr coast of Guam, and dam;age to Australia's Great Barrier Reef is widespread in addition to losses in other Pacific areas including the U.S. Trust Territory. Policeman, Fearing Buddy Was Shot, Kills Viet Hero GRAND'RAPIDS, MICH. (AP) -A Green Beret sergeant, decorated for heroism in Vietnam and home on leave, was shot to death Thursday by a Grand Rapids policeman who mistakenly ad rhimko was stopped at the •lockade and then allowed to iroceed. As he pulled away, of- icer Brower's shotgun acciden- ally discharged. Officer Anderson turned and :aw his partner falling back from the recoil. Thinking Brower had bi-en shot, Anderson drew his service revolver and shot Schimke. Gilbert said. The victim was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Tiemann Signs Cou.Hy pros?(.'ulor'> office said relatives told investigators that Sgt. L. C. John Schimke, a veteran of 14 years of Army service, had returned on leave from Vietnam five days ago. The 32-year-old sergeant was shot at a roadblock where two officers. Ronald Anderson and James Brower, were manning a blockade after •n armed robbery In Mm* kegon, about 40 miles north of Grand Rapids. Charles Probert, assistant j prosecutor, said no charges 'have been filed in the shooting ,of Schimke, a Bronze Star and Purple Heart winner. : Grand Rapids Police ,In- ispector Walter Gilbert said LINCOLN, NEB. (API Surrounded hy senators who spearheaded the drive for the legislation. Gov. Norbcrt Tiemann Thursday signed into law Nebraska's open housing hill. Tiemann said: "I would hope also in order to make this legislation as meaningful as the language describes, (hat the Lcgis.- lature now in its supplementary appropriations bill will fully fund our request for the Kqtia)' Employment Opportunity Commission so that we will have in fact a law here that will be put into force as effective as the language reads. The only Negro member of Os» M«int$ (Ulster frl, July 25, l»« the Legislature, Senator Kd- w a r d Danner, said he is pleased with the legislation/ Ike* s Scottish Suite Burgled M A Y B 0 L E , SCOTLAND (APi - Thieves burgled the laic Dwight D. 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