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'LITTLE FANFARE'

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, April 6, 1973

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U.S. liaisons arrive in Peking

PEKING (Reuter) - An ad- The seven - man group who will
vance party of America officials set up the office - seen by diplo-
headed by foreign service career mats here as an embassy in all
officer and China expert Alfred but name - were greeted on ar-
Jenkins arrived in Peking yester- rival from Canton on a Soviet-
day to establish the first formal built Ilyushin 62 jet of China's na-
American presence here for more tional airline by foreign ministry
than 20 years. director of protocol Han Hsu.
T h e r e were no welcoming Han Hsu, who has been. named
crowds and no fanfare. as deputy head of Peking's officej
The Chinese people were told in Washington, gripped Jenkins by
that Peking and Washington have the hand and the two mean ap-
agreed to exchange liaison offices j peared to chat cordially in a re-
but not that the first Americans laxed atmosphere as Peking's air-
would arrive yesterday. port loudspeakers played.

The arrival of the Americans,
whose office will be headed by vet-
eran U. S. Ambassador David
Bruce, came just 13 months after
President Nixon's own visit to Pe-
king.
It has been almost two years
since a Chinese invitation to an
American table tennis team her-
alded the era of "ping pong di-
plomacy" and Sino-American rap-
prochement after more than two
decades of mutual hostility.
Jenkins, who was a vice-consul
in Peking in 1946, and has recent-
IV IiAauv di t l nriertmefl4 S

iy eaae e th6tate lDepartment s
Asian - Communist affairs section
iOts fe r m . o in the Bureau of East Asian Af-
fairs, told reporters that the liai-
son office would not formally open
TO " until Bruce's arrival about May 1.
Vi'et Congoffensive He said the full staff would con-
sist of about 30 including diplo-
mats and office personnel.
SAIGON (Reuter) - Communist and South Vietnamese units bat- The Canadian and Australian
tied it the fiercest fighting since the January 28 ceasefire yesterday charge d'affaires were on hand to
in what military sources saw as preparation for a large-scale Com- greet the Americans together with
munist offensive. Chien Da-Yung, head of the Amer-
icanan Oceanic Affairs Diepart-
The South Vietnamese military command reported that communist ment of theforeign ministr. -
troops had increased their attacks across South Vietnam and described
fighting, involving battalion-sized forces, as "significant."J After the liaison office is opened
Jenkins will be one of Bruce's two
Military sources said the attacks against government offenses top deputies, the other being John
were probes in preparation for an offensive in the next few months. Holdridge, an aide of presidential
But in Washington, a defense department spokesman' said there adviser Henry Kissinger on the
was no-reason to believe the Communists had launched or were about White House National Security
to start a major, offensive in the South. Council.

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The other diplomats who arrived
today were Robert Blackburn, a
foreign service official who will
serve as administrative officer,
and Charles Freeman Jr., an ad-
viser and interpreter.
The Chinese liaison office in
Washington will be headed by Chi-
na's former ambassador in Paris,
Huang Chen. The date for the ar-
rival of the mission in the U. S.
had not been finalized Han Hsu
said.
The Chinese have been "con-
ditioned" to the Americans' arriv-
al in that toys featuring anti-
American themes have disappear-I
ed from the capital's department
stores and cinemas in Peking are
currently showing a color film of
Kissinger's meeting in February
with Chairman Mao.
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the PRIMAL THERAPY of FRIDAY 6 APRIL
a 35-year-old college
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The spokesman Maj.-Gen. Daniel James, was questioned at a
press briefing yesterday about speculation on a major Communist of-
fensive.
"We don't have cause to think that a major offensive has been
launched or is about to begin," General James said.
He said there continued to be ceasefire violations, "far more than
we like." But he added: "We haven't seen anything today that would
give us more cause for alarm than yesterday:"
The International Commission for Control and Supervision of the
Vietnam ceasefire moved yesterday to break the deadlock between
the Viet Cong and government forces over fighting at a ranger outpost
near Saigon which has threatened a total breakdown in administering
the truce.
Both sides have agreed to provide liaison officers for an l.C.C.S.
team due to investigate -the fighting at the Tong Le Chan ranger camp,
but the Viet Cong insist that the opposing field commanders should
meet first.
A South Vietnamese government spokesman reported Wednesday
that more than 100 rangers had been killed or wounded in the five
weeks of fighting round the base.
Fighting has intensified throughout the country over the past two
days, with South Vietnamese forces suffering heavy casualties in two
battles.
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