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Wednesday, November 8, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Doge Seven

Wednesday, November 8, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Poge Seven

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East, West Germany approve
accord to normalize relations
By the AP and Reuters )cday, a government spokesman inet yesterday, and later by t h e A spokesman said the treaty also
BONN, West Germany - E a s t said. East German ministerial council. covered further agreement on
and West Germany yesterday ap- Months of negotiations on the ac- The treaty is expected to boost sport, culture, legal relations and
proved an historic treaty to norm- cord were concluded in East Berlin West German Chancellor W i I11 y other questions, and allowed closer
alize their long-embittered rela- Monday night. The text was ap- Brandt's re-election fight in the contacts between people living in
tions, and agreed to initial it here proved by the West German Cab- general elections Nov. 19. the immediate border area.
The treaty acknowledges the Informed sources said the still-
,existence of two Germanies and secret treaty provides for an ex-
.Bi s coverage l n opens the way for them to enter change between Bonn and East
the United Nations. Berlin of vaguely defined "plenipo-
The pact still has to be ratified tentiaries" - fully empowered gov-
NEW YORK ('l) - The Columbia locations, using management by the parliaments in Bonn and erment -minister s but not ambassa-
Broadcasting System said yester- crews, might lead to union activity East Berlin before it comes into dors.
day it would confine its on-the- which would seriously interfere EorceBerest befmre Chancmesointillrs
scene election night coverage to with election night coverage on foe rce ats emnChnelr il
the two major presidential candi- ABC and NBC if not CBS," a net- h treaty preamble covered the Brandt yesterday hailed the treaty
dates and omit coverage of other work statement said. unity of the German nation, W e s t as a significant event that would
dates beandom ovpresraefGerman formula for keeping t h e break the ice that had frozen re-
races because of pressure f r 0 m The CBS announcement c a m e question of possible reunification lations between the two German
striking technicians. hours after a federal court order of Germany open until a World states since their foundation 23
The network said it would not was issued barring the striking War II peace treaty is signed. years ago.
transmit "remotes" or participate technicians from interfering with This was one of the most dis- U.S. officials yesterday welcom-
in pool coverage of races other CBS's presidential election cover- puted issues in the treaty negotia- ed the agreement between East
than the presidential election. age. tions. The East Germans feared and West Germany as an impor-
The technicians' union had U.S. District Court Judge Mur- its endorsement would undermine tant step towards improving rela-
sought to prevent CBS from using rav Grfein also bnrred nnin ink- their sovereignty. tions between the two German stat-

TODAY at 4 p.m.
"NEW COMMUNES AND THE
RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY"
a dialogue with
PROFESSOR MAX H IERICH,
sociology department
and
MR. ARTHUR GREEN,
founding member of Hovurat Shalom in Cambridge, Mass.
A. THEODORE KACHEL; moderator
PRESENTED BY:
THE OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS AND
THE B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION
ALSO LECTURE TONIGHT at 8 p.m. at HILLEL
Sby Mr. Arthur Green

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NBC and ABC facilities in its
election-return broadcasts.
"The decision has been made out
of concern that carrying out re-
mote pickups from a number of

ets from setting up lines at NBC Among the improvements t h e
and rABCswhhshare election-re- treaty provides are better facili-
ties for Western reporters in East
sult transmission facilities with Germany and an exchange of tech-
CBS. nological and scientific information.

es.
But they declined substantive
comment on the agreement until
the treaty was signed by the four
big powers later this week.

AP Photo
Soviet rocket carriers rumble across Mosrow's Red Square yester-
day in the military parade marking the 55 h anni.ers'ry of the
Bolshevik Revolution. Poster in the ba kground says "Power
to the Soviets."
VIOLENCE CONTINUES:
Bomb) danmages town
hall in Irish epublic
By Reuters
A bomb exploded early yesterday in the town hall of
Claremorris, 90 miles south of the border with Northern
Ireland in the Irish Republic. A telephone caller claimed
responsibility for a protestant group from the North.
'The caller, who gave warning of the blast, said. the bomb
had been planted by the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF), an
organization banned in Northern Ireland. The town hall suf-
fered extensive damage.
Across the border from the Northern Ireland town of
Strabane, Irish police fought with over 100 demonstrators
during the night following the -
seizure of arms and explosives
there. ..ousewtves
Youths from Strabane crossed
the border bridge to join the dem-
onstrators in an attack on the Lif-
ford police station, but later British
troops arrived and blocked off the
bridge., Heath
will visit Northern Ireland Nov.
16 and 17 for the first time since LONDON (Reuter) -- P r i m e
Britain took over direct rule in
the province, it was announced Minister Edward H .ath yesterday,.
pinned his faith on British house-
yesterday. wives in the battle against infla-
He will make an assessment of tion.
the latest situation and meet as
many people as possible, the an- He urged shoppers to challenge
nouncement said. storekeepers when price boosts

In Belfast hard line Protestant
leader William Craig said yester-
day loyalists would make Northern
Ireland ungovernable if a strong
parliament was not restored 'to the
province.
Craig, who said recently that his
supporters would shoot and kill
to protect their British heritage,
said that if Northern Ireland was
given the assembly now being pre-
dicted "loyalists would make the
country unworkable and ungovern-
able."
He said the "crunch" would
come when the British government
presented its legislation for the
future of Northern Ireland to the
Parliament early next year.
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looked unjustified and said he was
sure women could deal with any
situation.
Heath was replying in the House
of Commons to questions a b o u t
the 90-day wage-price freeze he an-
:pounced Monday, the first stage in
the governments new anti-infla-
tionary program.
The prime minister's call 'to
housewives came as special price-
checking units newly set up in two
government offices were over-
whelmed with telephone complains
about retail charges.
One woman member of the goirr
erning Conservative Party, Sally
Oppenheim, asked whether house-
wives could reverse the telephone
costs of complaining calls. Heath
said they should first challenge the
merchants who were raising pric-
es.
The freeze is expected to become
law within a month, after it is
approved by Parliament and given
the Royal Assent by Queen Eliza-
beth I1.
The government's bill was in-
troduced in Parliament yesterday.
The legislation includes a pro-
vision for a further 60-day freeze
if necessary. Tire 111s eiiroc..
ment clauses set no limit on fines
for serious offenders.

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