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Saturday, August 3, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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N. Vietnam hits
U.S. escalation

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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PARIS (P) - A North Viet-
namese spokesman denounced
American leades as "impudent
liars" yesterday, charging that
while they talk about seeking
peace in Vietnam they escalate
the war.
The attack, obviously aimed
at President Johnson and Sec-.
retary of State Dean Rusk, was
one of the sharpest made by
Hanoi's delegation to the Paris
peace talks with the United
States.
It was the latest of several
developments which seem to
reflect growing pressures and
frustration on both sides on the
deadlocked issue of ending U.S.
bombing of North Vietnam.
Vice President Hubert H.
Humphrey, : meanwhile, inject-
ed a new element into the situ-
ation by hinting the United
States eventually would take
some new attion to advance
the search for peace even if
North Vietnam did not show
the military "'restraint" which
President Johnson has de-
manded as a condition for stop-
ping the bombing.
Humphrey, speaking in Wash-
ington, told women members of'
an advisory council for his
presidential campaign that he
thought it reasonable to ex-
pect "the enemy to do a little
something."

"If they don't," he said, "we
have to do more-but it is not
for me to say how and when."
His remarks attracted atten-
tion especially in view of John-
son's assertion this week that
North Vietnamese infiltration
into South Vietnam hit a new
high of 30,000 men and his
warning of a possible new ene-
my offensive in South Viet-
nam, though he said "we con-
tinue to hope for the best" in
the peace talks.
The North Vietnamese spokes-
man, Nguyen Than Le, opened
his news conference yesterday
by saying that he wanted to
comment on the various John-
son and Rusk statements. He
said North Vietnam had tried
for more than two months in
the talks here to get the United
States to end unconditionally
all attacks on its territory and
the United States had refused
to do so and had continued to
demand reciprocity.
In answering questions, he
said the United States had Just
sent 4,500 fresh troops into
South Vietnam, and declared:
"This shows again that each
time the United States ad-
vances proposals for peace it
makes a new intensification of
the war . . . All this shows that
American leaders are impu-
dent liars."

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School of Music Degree Recital--Jane
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Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
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p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
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School of Music Degree Recital -
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Par Eastern Language Training." The
lecture will be followed by a panel dis-
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and Instruments)--Ellwood Derr, Mu-

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Chairman: D: J. Portman.
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Dissertation: "Health Improvements
and Economic Growth: Neoclassical
ITheory and Puerto Rican Experience,"
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in Room 104 Economics, Chairman Rob-
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on Monday, August 5, 1968 at 2 p.m.
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