Friday, June 3, 1977
HE MICHIGAN DAILY
trdy Jue3 97H IHIA AL o Nn
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U.S., Vietnamese reps meet
for second round of talks
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PARIS (AP) - U.S. and Viet-
namese representatives met for
31/2 hours yesterday, opening a
secoid round of talks on a pack-
age deal for establishing diplo-
matic relations between Wash-
ington and Hanoi.
Richard Ilolbrooke, assistant
secretary of state for Southeast
Asian affairs, and Hanoi's depu-
ty foreign minister, Phan Hien,
met in the U.S. Embassy and
agreed to another meeting to.
American delegation sources
said it was the first time a rep-
resentative of Vietnam's Com-
munist regime had entered an
American embassy anywhere.
The two delegations met in the
Vietnamese Embassy in the first
series of the talks May 3 and 4.
HIOLBROOKE AND HIEN,
both smiling cordially, shook
hands at the entrance to the
U.S. Embassy before and after
Thursday's session. They agreed
during the meeting to issue no
public statement on the progress
of the talks until the end of the
current session, possibly Friday.
Holbrooke told reporters the
Thtrsday meeting was very
useful" and Hien said it took
place in the same friendly atmo-
sphere as the first session a
The two delegations had
agreed May 4 to resume their
talks "within two weeks" but
the interval was nearly a month.
The official reason was that the
two chief delegates could set
no earlier convenient date, but
there was widespread specula-
tion that the delay was caused
by U.S. congressional opposition
to billion of dollars in Ameri-
can economic aid demanded by
Hanoi as part of the package.
AT THE OUTSET of last
month's session; Holbrooke told
Hien the Carter administration
had decided that the United
States would no longer use its
veto to block Vietnam's admis-
sion to the United Nations--re-
gardless of the outcome of the
talks on establishing relations.
IliIen then demnded that the
proposed package include two
other nitjor American conces-
sions: Sispeision of the U.S.
trade embtargo ag-'inst Ilanoi
and economic aid toaling almost
$4 billion. In return, Ilaoi would
promise to make an intensive
new effort to trace the bodies
of hundreds of American ser-
vicemen still listed as missing
in the Vietnam war.
The U.S. delegation was obvi-
ously embarrassed by a recent
resolution of the U.S. House of
Representatives opposing any
economic aid to Vietnam.
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP)-A bill legalizing the use of Laetrile,
a substance proponents contend is an effective cancer treatment,
has been signed into law by Washington Gov. Dixy Lee Ray.
Washington became the latest of about a half dozen states
which have legalized use of Laetrile, which is. produced from
The federal Food and Drug Administration has outlawed
interstate shipment of Laetrile, also known as Vitamin B14, on
grounds that tests have failed to show it is of any value in treat-
Use of Laetrile also is opposed by the American Cancer So-
ciety which contends it raises false hopes in cancer victims and
has led some to forgo accepted surgical and chemotherapy treat-
The measure requires the state Board of Pharmacy to certify
the purity of Laetrile administered in the state and forbids the
state medical association from taking disciplinary action against
doctors prescribing Laetrile.
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