I HE MICHIGAN DAILY
.Wednesday, February 28,1973
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Conflict over POWs
threatens Paris talks
PARIS (Reuter) - A new con- ances that the month-old Vietnam
flict between the United States1
and North Vietnam over Hanoi's
sudden refusal to release Ameri-
can war prisoners yesterday
threatened to stall the Paris Viet-
nam peace conference.
Secretary of State William Rog-
ers sought - but failed to get -
an urgent meeting with North Viet-
nam Foreign Minister Nguyen Duy
Trinh to seek an explanation why
Hanoi was holding up the release
of more captives.
The North .Vietnamese had said
that no more prisoners would be
released until the United States
and South Vietnam gave assur-
P e ki
ceasefire agreement would
Continued violations of the cease
fire, the North Vietnamese - and
the Russians - charged were en-
dangering peace in Vietnam.
Rogers had sought the meeting
with Trinh on President Nixon's
orders. But spokesmen in Paris , ;, ** ,}, ..r . <
said there would be no meeting be-
tween the two until at least today. } : . }. :
However, other American and
North Vietnamese officials did '}}
meet last night - presumably to
discuss the problem
Since a Rogers-Trinh meeting
was regarded by the Americans as
of the highest priority - to be un-
dertaken before any further busi-
ness at the peace talks - the work
of the 13 - party conference could .,..
be stalled until the prisoner issue
Rogers held a previously-arrang-
ed meeting here last night with So--
viet Foreign Minister Andrei Gro-
myko, but U. S. officials did not
disclose whether the prisoner issue Rogers meets Gromyko in Paris
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ATLANTA (UPI) - A man ten-
atively identified as Mark Beth-
une, wanted in Detroit for the slay- DAILY OFFICIAL
ing of a policeman, was shot to BULLETIN
death on a rooftop yesterday at.
MorrosdBrown College, Atlanta po- g
lice said." .: .:
It was not immediately known WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28
hetherthesuspect was nktiledDAY CALENDAR
whether the suspect was killed by Near Eastern Lang. & Lit., Ctr. for
police bullets or committed sui- Near Eastern & N. African Studies, His-
cide. The shooting reportedly took tory of Art: L. Golembeck, Royal On-
place on a roof at the +college. tari Museum, "Iran and Turan in the
placeon a15th Century A.D.," 1528' C. C. Little,
Bethune, 22, of Detroit, was 3 p.m.
wanted in the fatal shooting Dec. Religious Affairs: Frank Rhodes,
27 ofta Detroit policeman and the dean, LSA, "Evolution, Ethics, and So-
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woundingofcfour other officers in 5 CA N A K
that city Dec. 4.S (IA
Two other men have been
charged with the shootings and one RATES
of them, John Percy Boyd Jr., 22,
was slain here last Friday in a
gunfight with city policeman Bob- MAR 440
by W. Davis. Ai Atlanta man,
Owen Darnell Wingfield, 30, was
also killed in the exchange of bul-
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Bethune was believed to be in
the Atlanta area and a Detroit of-
ficer had come here to aid local OPEN 7 PM
officers in the case. M-PIN
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Creative Arts Festival: "Sexual Medi-
tation: Motel; Songs," discussion
screening with filmmaker Stan Brak-
hage, Residential College Aud., 3 p.m.
Psych, 171 Film Series: "Un Chien
Andalou; Dream of the Wild Horses,"
UGLI Multi-purpose room, 4 p.m.
Student Lab Theatre: Improv. fig-
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Botany Seminar: Dr. Joseph Ramus,
Yale University, 'Biogenesis of Capsu-
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Statistics Dept. Seminar: Prof. A. G.
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"Structure and partitions - Some Dis-
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hour preceding in 1447 Mason, 3:30 p.m.
Dentistry and Dental Research Inst.:
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& Indust. Health, "Chemical Differen-
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Kellogg, 4 p.m.
Physics & Astronomy Colloquium: C.
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Zoology & Comm. on Tropical Stu-
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Museum of Art: "Sound and Light,"
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Music School: Stanley Quartet,8Rack-
ham Aud., 8 p.m.
Music School: S. Riley, double bass,
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