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rARY x6,1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ARY 16, 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Home, Erhard Begin Talks
On Partnership,Peace Plan

LONDON (P) - Prime Minister
Sir Alec Douglas-Home and Chan-'
cellor Ludwig Erhard yesterday set
out in a two-day parley to cement
the British-German partnership
amid reports of new Western
moves to halt the world arms race.
While they were together Brit-
ish informants outlined a three-
point initiative to be taken by
Western powers soon after the 17-
nation disarmament conference
resumes work in Geneva, Jan. 21.
The West will be represented by
the United States, Britain, Italy
and Canada. The proposals:
-Expert studies should begin
at once on two major East-West
agreements - to ban the spread
of nuclear weapons to countries
which do not now have them and
to build up a system of observation
posts. These posts would be set up
inside Russia as well as in the
United-States and Eastern and
Western Europe.
-American, British and Soviet
scientists should be assigned the

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job of trying to transform,
through new detecting devices,
the partial nuclear test ban treaty
into one that would outlaw all
tests. Underground testing is ex-
cluded from the Moscow treaty
signed last summer-because East
and West could not agree on pro-
cedures to bar cheating.
-Working parties also should
be set up to tackle some of the
crucial elements of an all-embrac-
ing disarmament program.
World News
Roundup
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON-The Commerce
Departmentaauthorized yesterday
the first sale of rice-$ 7.5 million
worth - to Russia since United
States policy was changed a few
months ago to permit large sales
of commodities to Iron Curtain
countries.
The department also issued a
new export license for the sale of
an additional $13 million worth
of wheat to Russia.
WASHINGTON-Special Presi-
dential Counsel Theodore C. Sor-
ensen announced yesterday that
he has resigned and will leave the
White House staff at the end of
February. He intends to write a
personal account of his 11-year
association with the late President
John F. Kennedy.
MONTGOMERY-A city com-
mission on Montgomery's racial
problems yesterday appointed two
community affairs committees -
one white, the other Negro - to
work together "in an atmosphere
of trust and understanding to re-
solve mutual problems."
CAIRO-An announcement by
Cairo radio yesterday that rela-
tions have been restored between
the United Arab Republic and the
Kingdom of Jordan highlighted
the conclusion of an Arab sum-
mit meeting of 13 chiefs of state.
The parley also passed a reso-
lution challenging Israel's im-
pending diversion of the Jordan
river waters and vowed a united
military posture toward the Jew-
ish state, informed sources said
last night.
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Second

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1963-1964

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LANSING-Five Michigan state
senators have announced that
they want to run for congres-
sionalnseats in Washington rather
than return to their posts in Lans-
ing. Sen. Farrell E. Roberts (R-
Pontiac) will become the latest
entry in the congressional race
when he announces today.
Other senators hoping to make
a run for Washington jobs are
William D. Ford (D-Taylor Town-
ship), John T. Bowman (D-Rose-
ville), Charles S. Blondy (D-De-
troit) and William G. Milliken
(R-Traverse City).j

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March

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Satisfying human relationships
can make a big difference be-
tween success and failure in col-
lege. Whether it's a roommate, a
professor, your family, or friends,
you want to get along well with
them. We are learning a lot about
this through our study of the
Christian Science textbook,
Science and Health with Key to
the Scriptures by Mary Baker
Eddy. You can, too.
We invite you to come to our
meetings and to hear how we
are working out our problems

April

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