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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise Friday october 27, 1972 5a elation Hope for peace tempered by fear scepticism by the associated press there was elation and Hope tempered in some cases by fear or scepticism As americans reacted to the news that a ceasefire in Indochina appears near. From the Homes of families whose men Are missing or held prisoner in North Vietnam from campuses that saw violent Antiwar demonstrations and from the Man on the Street the mixed reaction was common. A you want to feel absolutely wonderful a yet you feel a sense of fear that it wont said mrs. Harold c. Shively of Spokane wash., whose son is a prisoner of War. We ill All be Happy to peace a said former first lady mrs. Lyndon a Johnson who was visiting new York when the news broke thursday. A it seems very tenuous but i like everyone else will Welcome a i want to see it happen before i breathe a sigh of Relief a said Noah Shaffer 19, a sociology student at the University of California at Berkeley. A a in be heard that so at Columbia University coeds passed out Antiwar literature while students sunned themselves on the Library Steps. A this is not the typical reaction to a War ending a said senior Tom Molony. A even when the mets won people were in the streets. There a no emotion left. �?�1 guess part of the problem is whatever chances or. Mcgovern Ever had Are gone. And part of it is the War was so awful you had to Stop thinking about it a he said. Robert Gage student body president at Ohio a Kent state University where four students were shot to death by National guards during an Antiwar demonstration in 1970, said the settlement terms a could have been accepted thousands of lives among the relatives of prisoners of War caution seemed the keynote after years on the emotional rollercoaster of Hope and disappointment. In Montpelier vt., mrs. Lau Rette Cook whose husband was captured in 1964. Said she had a mixed feelings. A we be had things that looked hopeful before. You build up your Hopes and then get them mashed Down. I want it to happen so at the great lakes naval Hospital near Chicago several Vietnam veterans expressed disappointment with the terms of the proposed settlement. A a truce like this could have been made in 1968.�?� said army spec. 4 Roger Burkhamer 23, of Clarksburg w.va., who was wounded in the and leg. A we should Send More troops to Vietnam. We should build up to full a i consider this a slap in the face to Guys who fought in Vietnam and a sell out a said army spec. 4 Larry Overocker. 20, of Streator 111., a malaria victim. Thieu fashioned career with keel of caution by Richard Blystone associated press writer Saigon apr the personality of president Nguyen Van Thieu the Man in the Middle of the peace negotiations Between Washington and Hanoi is As much a mystery As his future. He has built his career on caution not Charisma. Opponents Call him ruthless supporters selfless. The intimate facts Are known to very Feu Thieu a face round and Bland As a muffin tells nothing. It is a perfect reflection of his style. Never a dramatic Leader Thieu has been Content to leave the flair to such figures As his swashbuckling sex vice presi Dent Nguyen Cao by. The presidents pastimes Are said to be fishing and watching War movies and wrestling matches on the american forces television network. Original combatants had Little voice in talks by William l. Ryan a special Corra Pondant Nguyen Yan Thieu in recent years he has isolated himself More and More theft suspect s Auto is located but the horse trading that Ham within a c lose Circle of advisers Mere j out Vietnam peace a some of them relatives a terms leaves Little doubt that who disclose nothing of his the original combatants the state of mind. He has met on sai8on government and the occasion with a Western report Tats a i urn. R i for panners in the end. When 11 served his purpose in the course of the bargain but has held no formal news ing both sides evidently made conference in More than two important concessions. But the years. Bargaining was done by repro Thieu a informal two hour natives of the United states speech to his people tuesday and North Vietnam a pm crackling with Slang Denuncio Quot ounce Lions of the communists re he my "j,1.1 a a use r r called the president of earlier a old Days who carried a Small Cam a revolutionary government Era and delighted in snapping a. Of pictures of photographers the vie Nam War Beran a j snapping him. Contest Between a guerrilla some Veteran observers movement do need by com maintain that Thieu is capable munis a and a shairon�r1� of personal magnetism and that Kumre and the he should exercise it More of in a ton in. T. A Geneva settlement inc Ger Ell f by no Trittas were aided by the North monies you Ann 7� t or it it or ears there was no melted sects and factions. But nver info Truon of Northern , �?T.h0wn Quot a tendency troops. The South was assisted toward that. By it he american but or born 49 years ago in a fishing on a handful of and. On Sou a Vietnam Syisa is was on the Settle. Sou Lentral coast Thieu was Jaf a. Many it ears o the youngest of three sons. He b of dlr twin. He americans and i i Quot z in 1 North vietnamese emerge at a. I�3 end 5 peace negotiations As the main Hen a Cornel he took part in anlage Ilsk Whie he others a a a a a overthrew pres. Just a in vietnamese came a Long Way even from where they were less than a year ago. Then the americans said they would withdraw All remaining forces within six months of an agreement. Now period for total withdrawal is Down to 60 Days. The North vietnamese had insisted on unconditional . Withdrawal of All men and Materiel and dismantlement of All bases. Nothing is said about Materiel and bases in the terms broadcast by Hanoi. The Viet Cong is unlikely to Welcome the idea of All that hardware remaining in the hands of South Vietnam s million Man army and police forces. Since the beginning of peace talks in Paris Hanoi had demanded that president Thieu be dumped. It repeated this de Mand As recently As sept. 27 in the Saigon regime included an article in hoc tap the offi a except for the notorious Cial party Magazine. That article called for an interim regime to arrange elections with traitor now it is willing to let Thieu head one of the three segments. Apr a car belonging to one of the men being sought in the attempted robbery of a Arlington. A. Bank which resulted in the death of two men has been recovered. Police impounded a 1967 Mercury thursday owned by an awol it. Bragg Soldier who. Along with his father and an unidentified third suspect is being sought in connection with the slaying wednesday of a policeman and the manager of Arlington Trust co. The owner of the car was identified As Bryce m. Tuller. 19. A member of the army a 82nd airborne division. Also being sought is Tullers father Charles 48, a $26.436-a year Federal government executive. It was Learned later that North Carolina police were searching for Jonathan Tuller. A second son. For questioning in connection with the Case. The elder Tuller who had been employed by the Commerce department since Jan. 30, resigned oct 18. Giving As a reason ill health. The resignation was to be effective nov. 3. A department spokesman said Tuller. Who had a gs-15 government rating had been employed with other Federal agencies before coming to the Commerce. A it. Bragg spokesman said the younger Tuller. An army Cook dropped out of sight last saturday. He was declared absent without leave wednesday. The 1967 Auto was recovered by North Carolina police at the Home of mrs Peggy Tilley a Friend of the younger Tuller. I acting on a tip. Police raided the Home but none of the suspects was there. Arlington county police issued murder warrants wednesday for charges of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution murder and armed robbery. Killed in the robbery attempt were Bank manager Harry j. Candee. 33. Of Vienna. Va., and Arlington county police officer Israel Gonzales. Police said 27-year-old Gonzales was the first Arlington policeman killed in the line of duty in 18 years. Police said two armed men entered the Bank and took can Dee to a Back room where he was shot to death. Gonzales entered the Bank a part of his Normal routine when a gun Battle erupted. He was shot and killed. But an Arlington police spokesman and thursday that one. Possibly two of the men sustained wounds in the Duel. A but we done to know their the spokesman police gave this account of the incident three men. Two of them apparently posing As Telephone repairmen to repair communication cables gained Access to the Bank. One or More of the would be Holdup men Cut 13 communications cables knocking out 15.000 telephones in the area and alarms and Remote cameras in the Bank. The bandits robbery attempt was aborted when Gonzales entered the Bank. Police said they were Uncertain As to Why Candee was shot in the Back room. Dent Ngo Dinh diem. The americans partner rep his reputation up to that time Resente j by president Nguyen was one of never making a Van Thiru Semeri to move unto sore of winning Dragge j kicking and screaming characteristically he did not Jne direction of Compromise Send his troops against diem s there Jug no Public indication presidential guard until other yet of How Hanoi a Junior part. Commanders had struck nerl taking it All. But the Viet subsequently he kept one of congas subordinate role was in the lowest profiles among Sai it Ltd Ca dec it for example in the is gon s military leaders quietly nuance of instructions from gathering support for the show North Vietnam on when and Down when he beat out by and How to expect the cease fire. Was named military candidate president Nixon a chief be for president in 1967. Goti Ator. Henry a. Kissinger. On two Points no one accuses noted that one Point at Issue Thieu of sacrificing principle to has been whether the United expediency nationalism and states would sign the agree anti communism. Ment for South Vietnam. He at 23. Thieu spurned a Job in conceded that it was a Sun the French merchant Marine demand Abler that the South when he Learned he would be vietnamese might want to sign paid less than French officers their own peace treaty. In the same position. The americans and North be it now. Or Christmas whenever you Are ready for that Diamond ring it will last a lifetime set it first and Lait became a Well save you considerable Money. 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