new war approach
Plan New War Approach Is Sought Red Javits Asks Shift ! From Policies Of Last President SAN FRANCISCO tfl - Son. Jacob K. Javils, R-N.Y., called Friday for the Nixon Administration Administration to make a "major shift away from the sterile and unsuccessful unsuccessful approach of the last administration" toward the Vietnam Vietnam war. Speaking before the Commonwealth Commonwealth Club, Javits also declared declared the Nixon administration | "must avoid giving the nation Aimed SAIGON for i. summer materials government's the U.S. document headquarters, intended to to accept with us, to reason to believe that it has! 1 ' 000 ? 1126 tne Viet adopted the old concept as itsl t i o n a l Liberation accept a own. U.S. demands that the Viet ernment "might be realistic and iCong and Hanoi stop fighting jand accept the legitimacy and of North I sovereignty of the Saigon gov- allied troops. ' noted that appropriate if we were dealing p,an advanced ^ ?$*$ C XÂ£. already discussed at as propos- tion. "But they hardly seem realistic realistic as a basis for ending a stale of the | mated war which is costing t h i s (nil'tnn in nixuwr nf SOrl Uillinn Calling for more aggressive offensive Communist to design its acceptance of plan submitted Cong at the Thursday. The in nixuwr nf in e x c e s of called for forces and a government. Militarv . mximii ,T, HY,-I.Â« m Â·Â· m m n n S() S() "rccs estimated aratl "gi!nH i n n n n i V v ^ n n ^ n " i t h e enemy has around respect f o r | a n a 1 U ' U U U l l v c s annuauj. j soldiers available agreements oni i n e senator said the United; s ive, but most of Geneva ac-!^ laJcs should accept the right of jcentrated in Indochineseithe South Vietnamese people tojders of of war pris-1 determine how and by whom! along be governed. (separating the Vietnams. the South He also said that self-determi-lTough Chore said,'nation could test bo gained u n - j To attack only re-^er transitional, internationaljareas as proposals submit- arrangements that would assure;military delegation." e both sides "a fair opportunity to [the north. !he prob-jpersuade the people." jhave to fight through Ministry j His other points were that the; U.S. and been or I United States should turn over i blocking discussed injcombat responsibilities to South!heavy fire the proce- government of Vietnam has was an obvious Nguyen for secret Liberation Vietnam "on a timetable and! One of the under conditions which are con-i for the gemal to us" and that this na-jspring linn cVif\i llH Vi^Ti^ uri f h r'afn.nctfii/_ TT C* t',*-/-^ Â« s v t Â» n Â» lion should help with reconstruction reconstruction and rehabilitation at the war's end. U.S. RAPPED U.S. fire tacks by Viet Cong on ire power is lery.