f CHILEi Armed resistance to the military Junta .tiTr5HS3-in Santiago yesterday, but th- newcontinued to strengthen Its meaeures of control.
Leftist snipers holed up in governmentand tmd groups occupying factories are eftactively ualna such hoavy weapons aa rocket launchers,and machine gum agalnat military attackera. Casualties on both sides ara probably much heavier than the junta will reveal. The deadline forndering arm. has been shortened, and aummarydecreed for violators.
The junta haailitary cabinet on the advice of civilian adviaera, and apparently intends to retain power until the armed services chiefsthat they have the Chilean house in order. The military has assumed responsibility for the judicial process and all publica alao moving awiftly to organlia tranaportatlon and the supply of no* critically eearce food ana other commodities.
ARnY CC-CRAl PINOCHETENT Or THE JUNTA FOR ATERIOB HE CONSIBERSTOHTSMTHIj^^
-f WANTS LOW-KEY iUT FRIENELY RELATIONS MITH THI US.WHICH ME HOPES CAM ASSIST CHILE WITH FOOB,EflUIPIENT. ANB BEBT RELIEFHILE. PINOCHET SAIB HE ANB HIS COLLEAGUES'ATiER OF POLICY* HAB NOT GIVEN ANY HINTS TO THE US AS TO THEIR BEVELOPING RESOLVE TONSURE THAT THEIR TAKE-OVERTHEY PLAN AHON- OTHER THINGS TO OUTLAW THE PARTIES THAT SUPPORTEB 'I
International reaction to the coup hae boon va^encnt and vldeaproad.. Several governments ex-pra.aed regret over ihe ouster of an elected
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groups staged protest demon-aany capitals. Llko Paron in Argentina, noat accused the us or complicity in Allendo'e Tho Junta's hostility toward several Comu-nist governments represented In Santiago la height-,by tho fact ,that many Allenda eupporters have apparently taken rofuge In their eebasales. o-rlous shootout at tho Cuban Enbassy My bo only the first of such incidents If tho lunta refusea to Fuoeoa to