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Page 2-Sunday, December 9, 1979-The Michigan Daily
Ann Arbor Democratic Party
2nd Ward Meeting
Tues., Dec. 11, 1979
Conf erence Room No. 4, Mich ig an Un ion
7:30 p.m. -
WA RD CH AIR W IL L BE E LE CT ED.
The public i s invitfed

Daily Official Bulletin
MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1979
Daily Calendar:
DWUOM Joh odaitch,1 WorldWar I, "From
Center Near E. & N. African Studies: Marian
Gram, "Slides of the Aures Mountains Area,
Algeria,'' Lanefommons, noon.
Center S&SEA Studies: Corinne B. Johnson, "The
Recent AFSC Visit to Vietnam and Kampuchea," 48
Resource Policy/Management Program: Dennis
Anderson, "Comments on Recent Developments in
Electricity Economics," 2024 Dana, noon.
Oral Biology: Thomas B. Higerd, "Inhibitory Ef-
fects of Extracellular Products from Oral Bacteria
onPHumn Lymphocytes,"13 Kellogg,4p -. ,
"Technicolor Instead of Higgs-Experimental
Predictions," 2038 Randall, 4 p.m.
English Language Institute: Bradford Arthur,
"Gauging the Boundaries of Second Language Com-
petence," E. Conf., Rackham, 4:30 p.m.
Center Russian & E. European Studies: Ann Ellen
Akeley, "solzhenitsyn: Another Look Inside the Cir-
cle," Commons, MLB, 7:30p.m.

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years of bitterness. But it also
reproached Peking for stepping up anti-
Soviet propaganda in recent months
and suggested China's leaders were to
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blame for the failure so far to improve
relations.
Pravda said the working out of prin-
ciples now has become central to effor-
ts to normalize Soviet-Chinese
relations.
THE PRINCIPLES of peaceful
coexistence, it said, included complete
equality for both sides, respect for in-
dependence, sovereignty and
territorial.. integrity, non-interference
in each other's internal affairs, the non-
use of force or threat of force and
mutual benefit.
Pravda said these principles required
commitments from both sides not to
claim "special rights" or practice
hegemony; a word used by both
Moscow and Peking to describe each
other's alleged expanisionist aims. It
said Peking was accusing Moscow of
militarism to justify its own bellicose
conduct and high military spending.
Pravda defended Moscow's frien-
dship treaty with Vietnam, saying it
was not directed against any third
state, and accused China of continuing
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to falsify the spirit and essence of the
accord.
CH INESE SOURCES in Moscow said
China probably would not agree to any
signing of a declaration of principles
until the basic causes of Sino-Soviet
hostility has been given a good airing
and major differences discussed.
The sources were noncommittal
about reports that the Soviet side
believed a declaration could be signed
by April 11 when1 a 30-year treaty of
friendship and cooperation between the
two countries lapses.
Unoficalspokespersons frte six-
man Chinese delegation repeatedly
stressed lack of progress during the two
months of talks in the Soviet capital.
The talks, the first since Chinese
Premier Chou En-lai came to Moscow
in 1964, included six plenary sessions.
The Soviet delegation is headed by
Deputy Foreign Minister Leonid
Ilyichov.
Wang made what was described of-
ficially as a courtesy call on Soviet
Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko Dec.
3 and is expected to return home
tomorrow. A second round of nor-
malization talks is due to be held in
Peking at a date yet to be fixed.
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Sunday, December 9,1s79
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