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Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY I hursday, February 15, 1973

Hopes soar for Kissinger trip



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hope the Vietnam ceasefire will
hold, since it is the chief reason
for expecting an American assur-
ance on troop withdrawals - a
pledge which some reports from
the United States say Kissinger is
bringing. .
In the talks, the two sides will
be able to review their positions
on the Indochina conference to be
held in Paris at the end of this
month. China's foreign minister,
Chi Peng-fel, who will be at the
Paris meeting, will also attend the
talks with Kissinger in the Great
Hall of the People here.
They are~ also likely to review
the Soviet expansion of influence in
Asia-a topic on which American
and Chinese views are more likely
to tend to coincide, though the U.S.
has said they have no desire to
become embroiled in the Sino-So-
viet dispute.
On the question of American of-
*ter countries ha trade misions
here before formal diplomatic re-
lations were established. There is
also a precedent for such c'ontact
in the seven-month American mis-
sion to the communist base at

Yenan in 1944, when China was
still largely governed by the Na-
Kissinger is expected to begin
his talks with Premier Chou En-lai
just after arriving. He has already
conferred with the North Vietna-
mese, Laotian and Thai leaders
on his present trip but is not ex-.
pected to see the exiled Cambo-
dian head of state, Prince Siha-
nouk, who is in southern China,
during his present visit.
solved, will figuehg m on the taks
agenda, with the Chinese firmly
backing Prince Sihanouk's exile
government of National Union.
The Chinese are likely also to
raise at the behest of the North
Korean foreign minister, Ho Dam,
the question of an American troop
Ho o fhas had talks during the
past few days here is thought to
have com e to Peking to rais t i
ment is not thought to be ready to
open direct contacts with the U.S.,
nor is the Nixon administration
considered ready to receive such

The Chinese leaders, particularly
the 74-year-old premier, are f a-
miliar now with Kissinger's per-
sonality and negotiating methods
and may be satisfied to see him
back heading the American team.
This is despite the fact that the
image of the former Harvard pro-
fessor, whose intellectual accom-
plishments appealed to Chou, was
somewhat tarnished here by the
American bombing of Hanoi and
Haiphong late last December, in I
the final days of the war.
.Chinese officials, by their ques--
tioning of foreign residents and
visitors here, had shown until re-
cently a certain concern that Kis-
inger would not remain as Presi- _
dent Nixon's foreign policy right-
hand man during the President's
second term.
The United States as a whole has
been given a softer image in China
recently, with television showing
pictures of American cities, and
aoft vsitethere of the Sheniyang
With the Vietnam fighting halted,
diplomats here believe the Chinese
may now be receptive to Kissing-
er's efforts to obtain the release
of two U.S. pilots, held -in China
since the midsixties, after flying
over Chinese territories from Viet-
Philp Sm tandNavy Lt. Cmdr.
Robert Flynn.
Their release would leave only
civlianpilote John Downey whso
was captured in 1954 and jailed on
espionage charges. He recently
had his sentence reduced and is
due for releasean h1976. m n p ry
are likely to be staying in the
State Guest ofluse here at Jade
Pool, Abbyss Park, which was
used by President Nixon, or in the
borer 42Anti Imperialist Street in
the former Legation Quarter of
Old Peking. This is now also a
V.I.P. guesthouse.

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tekmost conservativetshir he had
still too wild for me."
Doughty was shopping for fish-
gin ge tor a lot of fishing when
I get back," he added.
Capt. Walter Wilbur found the
wide range of clothes in the ex-
change too great to choose from.
"I don't know if I can select
any,"' he said, addingehe wassclur-
design and pattern combinations
since his capture nearly five years
But Chief James Hies tand said
"I'm in no hurry to buy clothes.
I weighed 160 pounds when I was
shot down, and now I weigh 107.
So I'll wait on the clothes."

Returned prisoners have been
issued $250 as tan advac o thir
they want it.
Few of the returnees spoke of
their captivity.
dOnlyta few reporers ere allow-
while they strolled through the ex-
change. The reporters were es-
corted by spokespersons for Opera.-
tion Homecoming who occasionally
broke off conversaticonsithat stray
"We ealrealized that our coun-
try would never let us down, and
we trusted the government and the
people," said Navy Capt. Walter
Wilber, a prisoner for almost four

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