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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, January 15, 1974

Page Two THE MICHiGAN DAILY Tuesday, January 1 ~, 1974

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(Continued from Page 1)
EGYPTIAN Foreign Minister Is-
mail Fahmy was to travel to the
Soviet Union to sound out the Rus-
sians - cochairman of the Gene-
va talks-about disengagement ne-
gotiations.
Fahmy complimented Kissinger
on his shuttle diplomacy, but told
reporters the language and map
in the plan Kissinger brought from
Israel "are not entirely accept-
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able."
"We are giving him our own'
map and language," Fahmy add-
ed, without detailing the sticking
points.
KISSINGER called the back-and-
forth talks the toughest he has
ever been in. But in what appear-
ed to be an optimistic assessment,
he expressed confidence that both
sides agreed with his efforts.

on his peacemaking mission.
Fahmy also offered an optimistic
appraisal of Kissinger's chances
for pulling an agreement out of his
mediation travels between Jeru-
salem and Aswan, the upper Egypt
resort where Sadat is recuperat-
ing from bronchitis.
"YOUR SECRETARY of state,
when he sticks his fingers in some-
thing, generally brings it to a suc-
cessful conclusion," he told Ameri-
can reporters. "And I think he will
this time."
Kissinger and Sadat assigned top

United Nations spokespersons in once he nails down final accords
'New York said Kissinger also had from Sadat and Premier Golda
presented Secretary-General Kurt Meir's government in Israel.
Waldheim with a "positive" report

HE SAID he planned to see Sa-
dat again before returning to Israel
yesterday evening to take u3 again
any objections the Israelis might
have to the detailed drafts.
The separation agreement would
mark a first step on the road to
Middle East peace and, it is hoped,
halt the almost daily clashes along
the jagged Suez cease-fire lines
while negotiators in Geneva work
on an over-all peace accord.
Daily Official Bulletin
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(Continued from Page 1) (R-Fifth Ward) disputed he phi-
ast night, however, Council re- losophy behind his, however, say-
'ed to temporarily delay imple- ing, "cable TV is no different from
ntation of the new fee schedule, any other commodity. When the
also appointed a special three- time comes that groceries, autos,
son committee to investigate lawnmowers, and other goods are
matter further. sold at a graduated rate, then that
will be the time to have a sliding
ONSISTING OF Councilmem- fee scale for Cable TV."
s Robert Henry (R-Third Ward),T
hard Hadler (R-Fourth Ward),mte Commision e er also
Norris Thomas (D-First Ward), ing scale was written into the
committee is to report back igisal asritt nts the
:ouncil in two weeks. original charter that established thea
esides instituting the special stabeteng ommissinnas
imittee, council also extensively statement of intent.
stioned representatives of both He referred to section 2132 of the
Cablecasting Commission and charter which states that, "the
franchisee, Michigan Cable TV commission has full power to regu-
ociates on the relative merits late rates, including the power to
heir respective positions. establish a sliding scale."
he Cablecasting Commission
intained that their proposed CRUCIAL TO THE council de-
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at rate would inhibit Cable TV a graduated fee scale was imposed,
by and input from lower in- and the issue of what amount con-
ne city residents. stitutes a fair rate of return to the
OUNCILMAN Lloyd Fairbanks private corporation.

aides to a joint task force that The Daily Official Bulletin it an
went to work on language for a de- official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
tailed draft pinning down how far sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to
Israeli troops would withdraw into 409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of
the Sinai and how much Egyptian the day preceding publication and
armor and artillery would remain by 2 p.mFriday for Saturday and
armo andartiler woud reain Sunday. Items appear once only.
east of the Suez Canal. Student organization notices are
Their deliberations were design- more informatio, publication Fo
ed to provide the Egyptian version .pnear 4920
of a draft accord that Kissinger Tuesday, January 15
could submit to the Israelis on his DAY CALENDAR
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out getting down to the detailed 4English ept., Ext. Service: poetry
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Dayan said, in Jerusalem, that pm.
Kissnge's orkto defse he sych Film: "Multiple Mant;" "Mon-
keys, Aues, & Man," Aud. 3, MLB, 4:30
unfinished war" was essential to pIm.
prevent new fighting along the Asian Studies: Ray's "Daevi," Aud.
canal.1 C, Angell Hall, 7:30 pm.
Computing Ctr., Engineering: B. Car-
He called Kissinger "a juggler, nahan, "An Introduction to Digital
going from one place to the other computers & Computing Languages,"
trying to achieve the impossible." 1st of 6 lectures, Nat. Set. Aud., 7:30
But in another optimistic note, he pm.ENERAL NOTICE
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