(Studio) South Vietnam negotiator Xuan Thuy tells New York "Times" his country is ready for more private talks if United States is serious. Hanoi radio accuses President Nixon of stalling so more military equipment can be shipped to South Vietnam before cease-fire.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Tan Son Nhut AFB, South Vietnam) Suddenly, South Vietnam Air Force becomes 3rd largest in world. American rushes planes in to beat deadline of possible cease-fire. Transport planes taken from reserve units in US. Other types aircraft cited. Hanoi also beefs up men and material to South Vietnam.
REPORTER: Jack Perkins
- Chancellor, John;
- Perkins, Jack
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