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Friday, February 14, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY i-'oge Three

Friday, February 14, 1975

THE MICHIGJAN DAILY

fidge Three I

Brezhnev meets

MOSCOW
er Leonid
joking, and
healthy, surf
terday for 1
days to hole
Prime Mini:
have beent
* from public
iet leader, t
munist party
son in the K
laughed an(
* they posed
in a chande
IT WAS
a British
Moscow in s
aimed at i
gone chilly
led 105 Soyi
on spy char
Brezhnev
British lead(
ance, amr t
clasped each
iet Premier
standing I
beamed on
AP Photo"It is ver
AP Poto Wilson said;
Harold Wilson you resting?
arly twvo months his hand an!
peen ailing. later."
_______BREZHNI

SOVIET PREMIER ALEXEI Kosygin (left) meets British Prime Minister
(right) at the airport in Moscow. Wilson is the first visiting dignitary in nea
to meet with Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev who was rumored to have N

(41) - Soviet lead- suit, lit up a cigarette and toldI
Brezhnev, smiling, the prime minister: "SmokingII
looking tanned and is one of my faults." One of thei
faced in public yes-! rumors circulating around M.es-
the first time in 51; cow was that Brezhnev, a h, a,--y
d talks with British smoker, had been suffering
ster Harold Wilson. from a respiratory ailment.
rhat is believed to1 For reasons never announl.ed,
the longest absence Brezhnev passed up talks withI1
view ever for a Soy- a number of visitig political cif-
the 68-year-old Corn- ficials since his last appearance{
y chief received Wil- Dec. 24, when he attended a ses-~
<remlin, where they sion of the Russian Federation
di traded' quips as Parliament. He also postponed a,
for photographers scheduled visit to Cairo, tonch-;>
elier-laden reception ing off speculation hie was eith-;I
er ill or had run into foreign
THE first visit. by policy problems with Kremlin
prime minister to hardliners.
even years and wa4s Obsrvers speculated that if'
[mproving relations Brezehnev did not receive al,
since Britain expel- leader of Wilson's stature, rum-I
iet officials in 1971 ors that he was physically ail-
gges. ing or in political trouble over
strode up to the his detente policies with thej
er, an old acquaint- United States would be con-
hey both vigorously firmed.
h other's hands. Soy- Wilson was the last 'British:
rAlexei Kosygin, prime minister to visit this coun-
behind Brezhnev,, try in 1968 during Wilson's prey-
the encounter. t___
y good to see you," j "~sss~s
With a smile."er s There IS a ".
SBrezhnev waved 0 *
d said: "I'll tell you 1* difference !!
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ions administration. He was ac-
companied yesterday by Fore-,
ign Minister James Callaghan.
THE official Soviet media set
the tone for Wilson's latest visit
by saying "the present interna-I
tional situation is undoubtedly
favorable for the creation be-
tween Britain and the S o v i e t
Union of an atmosphere of mu-
tual trust and understanding,
and for the development and
strengthening of Anglo-Soviet
links in the political, economic,
trade, scientific and cultural
fields."
The Soviets thus apeared wil-
ling to forget the 1971 unpleas-
antness and seemed prepared to
work for increased Soviet-Brit-
ish trade, among other things.

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Chile releases more
political prisoners

SANTIAGO, Chile (I)-Chile's
military government released
27 more political prisoners yes-
terday to seek asylum abroad.
Under heavy police 2uard the
group, which included top aides
of the late Marxist President
eSalvadore Allende, gather- d at
Santiago's international a'rport
at dawn for a flight to V2ene-'
zuela.
More than 100 relatives and'
friends stood in the dawn chill,
many weeping and waving
handkerchiefs, to say goodny.
THE PRISONERS included
Jaime Toha, former agricul~ure
minister and a brother of Jose
Toha, Allende's former defense
minister, who official .reports
said committed suicide whije in
prison. Toha arrived at the t.ir-
port accompanied by his w~fe
and the Venezuelan ambassa-'
dor, Antonio Arellano.
Also in the group were Carl as
Jorquera, Allende's pistol-pack-
ing press secretary until t he
Sept. 11, 1973, coup, and Ansel-,
mo Sule, former leader of the
outlawed Radical party, one of
half dozen leftist parties which
formed Allende's coalition gov-
erment.
Most of the men locked heal-
thy despite their imprisoviment.
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An exception was Jorquera, in
his late 40s, who appeared hag-
gard.
"I HAVE no hate for those
who arrested me," he told a
newsman. "You know 1 used to
use cocaine. Well, at least my
time in prison cured me of co-
caine."

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