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October 23, 1966 - Image 2

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AJohrnson Expects Asian Tour, Manila Conference
ToPersuade Hanoi To Consider Viet Peace Talks




By FRANK CORMIER ported by the voters back home. ation at the polls. He sees this as cause of its big military presence primarily as combat forces but to
~, ~'T1~QTETO ANIA WTH If all these factors converge as a complete !mis-reading of the in Viet Nam, the majority stock- assist in pacification.
NSN ResRQnUTte Esien opsthy.ilh American po tical sdene and de- holder.
(p ",-leiex Jh-te rsdn hpsteywlh Johnson is convinced, too, that
~ ~a-thinks North Viet Nam might de- blbfes that ifftail Republican coa-.,The President -concedes there nthe 4South Vietnamese army must
n op thai is' aw'journiey iet ae e oka gressional can idates won and al dfeo pno mn oagetda oei hsae
anidother devlopients will 'corn- cd o aeanwlo tposse- 4 are difrencesofpiona ngdoagrtdelmeinhsae.
l~n so~a o prsude ano tobilities for a negotiated peace, his 'fellow democrats lost, there the six nations and he is hopeful There will be conversations in
Maienelook t p ssibilitiesifor However, he concedes there are would be no reason to expect any some of these can be ironed outMaito, butS thVe
-Vit Nm peae alk.Dig elements of doubt 'in all this. softer attitude toward the war, in Manila, or that better under- Nam's scheduled transition to rep-
,t a paetksThe President, while hoping for standing can be achieved.rsetiv gorn ntJhsn
~ o.noihsst eetdy The first stages of Johnson's Jll alI, adrpael an easing of North Vietnamese in- Some conference participants wants to get a more precise pic-
ir~ the first days of his long jour- 900ml rphv n-r- transigenice, is heartened by signs are less flexible than Johnson ture of the timetable for the next
be e carries no agic: wand'umphal. Big crowds-impressive that the Soviet Union would like are less flexible, than Johnson 'to- round of Viet Nam elections.
and ipec s no' miracles when he by' any standard-turned out in to see a settlement. And he hopes ward negotiations. South Viet Also, considerable attention will
niigets in 'Manila-tomorrow and New Zealand and Australia. De that Red China's increasing diffi- Namn and South Korea appear to be given to South Viet Nam's eco-
Trito day wth sib allies' inl the Viet spite a few jarring incidents- culties will give Moscow' greater be in this category. nomic problems. The President is
NiTn war:s stetssn fpito influence with Hanoi. Opthers, n h hlpie si prepared to order new steps de-I
~wvr ei oeu ht the presidential limousine in Mel-. n h hlpie si
Tow yers hemis confnecupe bun-iteesapaet that Johnson was delighted by his this group, seem to favor greater signed to lessen the economic im- I
fR suJohnson andnhisecountryuhave recent White .Huse talk w ith So- concessions than Johnson believes pact of the American troop res-
; ~h9~~rdvlore~swl en many friends in Australia and iet Foreign Minister Andrei Gro- are warranted-such. as a newercintacoty.Teaue
'ontrae, hat_ eUnied t ew'Zslndmyko. He. has told friends. it was halt- in American bombings of of these moves has not been dis-
does niot starnd *lone in Viet' Nami, a "a hell of a meeting." orth Viet Nam. closed.
that Ameic'a and its President As for the U.S.,elections, John- Finally, another topic will be
have the' respsect. Df Asians, and son is convinced Hanoi expects his As for .Manila, Johnson hopes Dissatisfied with progress to-thkidoAsaoemrefm
:that Johnlson policies''area sup- Viet Narin policies to suffer repudi- the conference' will remind the wFars pacification, Johnson wouldthkidoAsaoemrefm
Communists that the United like to see a new administrative the war.
__ -- --- -- -- State has Asian allies in the war organization created to handle- - °
adthat all are working, in har- thsrcntuto n oild-Pone 482-2056
. .B L E $ness, He sees the meeting as a velopment work.
,i ~~board of 'c retors sersion in whc' The e seems 'to be a passibility
..,, .,.; . ._ .. ., ., ., r .,. . . all stockh o'lders. ha ve a voice evenI that addit o a U .S t o s m a
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