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DAY, AUGUST 12,1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

* DAILY OFFICIAL
ThSiiviet PreparedaToaSigiisai
up d0 sr" a e TSi he Daily Official Bulletin is an

Non-Proliferation

Treaty.

WASHINGTON (P)-The Soviet
Union has told the United States
it wants to join in presenting a
treaty aimed at curbing the spread
p of nuclear weapons.'
U.S. disarmament chief William
C. Foster gave out this word at
the White House Friday-then ar-
ranged to return at once to the
17-nation Geneva Disarmament
Conference to wrap up final de-
tails with his Soviet, counterpart,
Alexei Roschin.
"We are in the process of a final
solution of the problem," Foster
told newsmen after calling on
President Johnson.

Kremlin that it is ready to join
in proposing a draft pact marks
a major step forward in long nego-
tiations-but there still is a long
way to go before a treaty comes
into force. '
Assuming the two nuclear super-
powers speedily agree on final
treaty language; it remains to be
seen whether the atomic have-not
nations will join. There has been
mounting pressure in some against
permanently renouncing future
national rights to an atomic ar-
senal.
Under the proposed treaty, the
nuclear powers would agree not

The have-not powers would also
pledge not to receive them,
The United States and the So-
viet Union already have parallel
policies against giving any atomic
weapons to third countries-but it
has taken them more than two
years of on-and-off negotiations
to agree on the wording of a non-
proliferation treaty for consider-
ation at the Geneva parley.
Safeguard Provision

the world, \ Foster acknowledged
that France and Red China-
building their own nuclear wea-
ponyy-do not intend to join.
However, he also expects them not
to be handing out their atomic
warheads to others.,
The safeguards provision is in
dispute primarily between the So-
viets, who favor a uniform global
inspection system for the have-not
countries, and the West Europeans

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 12
Day Calendar
Iniversity of Michigan Cnferene

School of 'Music Degree Recital - Louise Valley. Pharmacology: thesis: Wayne, Mlich.--H.S. Library.
Maion Cambon, iPano: School of Mu- "The Relationship of Mesoridazine and Ludlow ille, N.Y. (Lansing
sic Recital Hall. 8:30 p.m. other Substituted Phenothiazines to School Dist.1-H.S. Band.
jVentricular Fibrillation," Tues., Aug. * *
15, Room 6314 Medical Science Bldg., For additional information
Events 1"}o t, ay at 10 a.m. Chairman, H. H. Swain, the Bureau of Appointments, 3
a l AMiss Donnelly", 764-7459.
University of Michigan Conferences'
-'I ternational Congress of:Oriental- Placem en
ists": Ann Arbor reception, 4:30 to 6:30 N;;VNA. GFERA1. CQRPORATIO
p m.; meeting of Consultative Commit- POSITION OPENINGS: FoX EASTERN THEATRES
8F XCut,.8:30 p.m.: University of Michigan Sum- ,cial Services-Admiistrator of County
teRos K andL Michigan Union Macm County, Mich.,o Det. ofSo- FOX VI L8
Smer Chorus and Orchestra, Hill Aud., I Medical Care Facility. MBA or MA in 375 No. MAPLE RD.-769-
8:30 p.m. For further information con- Hosp. Administration, and/or consid-
tact Information Desk, Rackham Bldg. erable experience in the management of NOW SHOWING
a large hospital or hotel.
School of Music Concert - Summer Saline Area Schools, Saline, Mxicps. -e
Session Choir-Thomas Hilbish, Con- Guidance Counselor to work in elemen- 20i1 Cen ury Fox p esents
ductor, Janice Harsanyi and Elizabeth tary school with groups of children .
Mannion, Soloists: Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m. and teachers, do consultant work with
teachers, individual counseling of chil-l 'I Vj'f]
School of Music Degree Recital - dren and families. MA or BA in guid- lE
Marion Cambon, Piano: School of Mu- ance and counseling, psychology, social
sic Recital Hall, 8:30 p.m. work. Experience in guidance and withc AiLBErRT
FINNEY
General Notices For further information please call

As matters now stand, Foster who prefer the inspection proce-
said, the Big Two still have not dure already set up under their
settled on a safeguards provision own peaceful atomic energy pro-
to insure against treaty violations. gram.
Thus the plan is to present a Landmark{
joint draft at Geneva with the ;If and when a nonproliferation

The

sudden word from the I to give atomic explosives to others.I

1

Congo Asks UN Aid
In Quelling Uprisig

safeguards proviso left blank.
The idea is to let the other Ge-
neva powers examine the proposed
treaty and put it in final shape.
Foster voiced hope this could be
done in time for the U.N. General
Assembly session this fall.
Whether the treaty is presented
at the United Nations or elsewhere
for signature by countries around

treaty wins a round-the-world
ratification, it will stand as a
companion to the first landmark
in international control of nuclear
warheads-the 1963 atomic test
ban treaty. That pact, signed by
more than 100 nations, though not
by France or Red China, forbids
all but underground nuclear ex-
plosions.

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. AP)-
The Congo asked yesterday that
that U.N. members help put down
the mercenary uprising in that
country and keep the conflict
from spreading to neighboring
Portuguese Angola.
Congolese Foreign Minister Jus-
tin Bomboko made the request in
a letter to' French Ambassador;
Roger Seydoux, president of the
Security Council. The letter was
circulated as an official document
of the 15-nation council a day
after Seydoux- got it through the
Congolese U.N. delegation.
Logistic Support
Bomboko asked Seydoux to "in-
vite the members of the Security
Council and countries friendly to
the Democratic Republic of the
Congo to supply, as soon as pos-
sible, logistic support or assistance
f any other kind for maintaining
order in the region."
He said this should be done "in.
order to combat the activities of

,mercenaries inside the country
and to avoid a possible extension
of the conflict which might en-
danger peace in central Africa
and particularly in Angola."
Mercenaries
Bomboko told Seydoux that a
number of former mercenaries for
onetime secessionist Katanga Pro-
vince in the Congo were now at
Luanda, Angola, 'with two planes.
He said that at Lumumbashi,
which was the Katangan separa-
tist capital under the name of
Elisabethville, radio communica-
tions had been intercepted between
two bases in Angola and anti-
government troops in the Congo
commanded by Belgian-born Maj.
Jean Schramm.
Schramm's force, which he
counts at 160 European merce-
naries and 800 former Katangan
gendarmes, now holds Bukavu in
the northeastern Congo and seems
intent on escaping into neighbor-
ing Rwanda. Government troops
have been jockeying to cut it off.

-"International Congress of Oriental- Regents' Meeting: Sept. 15, 1967. Com-
ists": Registration, Lobby, Rackham nhunications for consideration at this
Bldg., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. meeting must be in the President's
hands no later than August 31.
Cinema Guild - Alfred Hitchcock's I
"The Lady Vanishes": Architecture Registration aMterials: For Graduate
Aud., 7 and 9:05 p.m. students planning to enroll in the Fall
Term may be picked up in the Rack-
School of Music Concert - Albert ham Bldg., Aug. 21-25 and Aug. 28-31
Ierken, carillonneur, University ol' from 8-12 and 1-4. ID 'cards will be
Kansas: Burton Memorial Tower, 7:15 availableain the ,Rackham Bldg. dur-
p.m. ing the above dates,
Dept. of Speech University Players- TV Center Program: On Sun., Aug.
Rick Besoyan's "Little Mary Sunshine": 13, the following program produced
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 8 p.m. by the TV Center will have its initial
telecast in Detroit:
School of Music Concert--Contempor- 12 Noon. WWJ-TV, Channel 4 -
ary Directions-Sydney Hodkinson, Jack "The Many Worlds of India. Saris
Fortner, Conductors: School of Music and Careers." A look at the role In-
Recital Hall, 8:30 p.m. dian women play in their country's
development.
School of Music Degree Recital-John
Carlson, Organ: Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m. Dept. of Political Science and Center
for Russian andrEast European Studies
Lecture: Dr. Jerzy Wiatr, vice-director
E vents Sundand chairman, Department of Political
Sociology, Institute of Philosophy and
University of Michigan Conference Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences.
-"International Congress of Oriental- "The Role of the Social Scientist in
ists": Registration, Lobby, cRakham the Transformation of Polish Society,"
Bldg., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Opening session, Wed., Aug. 16, 4:10 pjm., in the Sixth
Hill Aud., 2 p.m. For further informa- Floor Conference Room, Institute for
tion contact Information Desk, Rack- Social Research Bldg. (Thompson St.
ham Bldg. between East Jefferson and East Wil-
liam Sts.).
School of Music Degree Recital - __ms_
Glenn Ray, Piano: School of Music Doctoral Examination for Norman Lee
Recital Hall, 4:30 p.m. Ford, Zoology; thesis: "A Systematic
Study of the Owls Based on Compara-
Dept. of Speech University Players- tive Osteology," Mon., Aug. 14, Room
Rick Besoyan's "Little Mary Sunshine": 2009 Museums, at 9 a.m. Chairman, R.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 7 p.m. W. Storer.
School of Music Concert - Albert Doctoral Examination for Hugh Steph-
Gerken, Carillonneur, University of en Ogden, English Language & Litera-
Kansas: Burton Memorial Tower, 7:15 ture; thesis: "Hyperion and the Crit-
p.m. ics: A Study of Criticism and Scholar-
Museum of Art Reception - "Special ship of Keat's 'Hyperian, a Fragment'
Opening and Reception for Delegates and 'The Fall of Hyperion, a Dream.',"
to the Congress" (International Con- Mon., Aug. 14, Room 1611 Haven Hall,
gress for Orientalists): Alumni Memor- at 3:15 p.m. Chairman, A. J. Carr.
e_ - . y _ .- s C ...iL T"4 _ n b

world News, Roundup

By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON-Amid mount-
ing U.S. congressional criticism of
the election campaign in South
Vietnam,'that country invited the
American legislators to send a
delegation to observe the electoral
process.
The embassy move amounted to
a quick folow-up to cries from a
number senators on Wednesday
who called for broad changes in
policy toward the Southeast Asian
c o u n t r y and complaints of
"mounting and distressing evi-
dence" that the elections will not
be free and fair.
* * *
ATLANTA, Ga. - Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr., highly critical of
the administration for its policies
in Vietnam, plans to take his
antiwar campaign to the Amer-
ican people. He proposes a nation-
wide referendum on whether the
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* * *
WASHINGTON - The Senate
voted yesterday to expand the Ex-
port-Import Bank's landing at.-
thority after forbidding it to fi-
nance purchase in the United
States of machine tools for an
automobile plant in Russia.
Sen. Jacob K. Javits of New
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