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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILI

Friday, October 1, 1976'

Page Ten THE MICHiGAN DAlL'~
Friday, October 1, 1976'

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'SOIL TESTS NEGATIVE:
Scientists re o

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(Continued from Page 1) except that, at 200 degrees inj
Propulsion Laboratory that the the Bonneville (the nickname of
elusive "building blocks of life" the sample site) sample, we
would be found. have detected no organic ma-
The results reported yesterday terials."
were from the first test of the IRONICALLY, the organics
soil by Viking 2. A sample of experiment was not meant to be
soil was heated to 200 degrees the focus of the mission's quest
Fahrenheit in the hopes of for life on Mars.
vaporizing any simple organic Three tiny biology laboratories
compound that might be in the aboard each lander were to have
dirt. been the "stars" of the mission,
IT IS possible that organics telling Earthlings whether their
were in the dirt but not vapor- complex investigations had dis-
ized, so the experiment will be covered any life processes.
conducted three more times, Scientists had thought that the
each time at a higher tempera- biology probes would find life if
ture. it was there, and the organic
Expressing cauti" against chemistry experiment would tell
ruling out the possibility of life them something about that life.
on Mars, Dr. Klaus Bierman of If the biology experiments could
the organics team said: find no life, the theory went, at
"We can draw no conclusions least the organic chemistry ex-

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sl m(continued from Page 1) battleground with consequences
world community will dissi- for every part ofthe world. s
pate." Rivalry and interference of
non-African powers would:
KISSINGER advanced no new "make a mockery of Africa's
major policy initiatives in the hard-won struggle for indepen-'
hour-long speech, although he ;dence from foreign domination,"
forecast that a comprehensive Kissinger said.
program for nuclear controls to
periment could p r o b e the be ainounced shortly by Presi- HIS REMARKS were clearly,
"bones" of possible earlier life dent Ford would have as its goal aimed at the Soviet Union,
and tell about Martians that restoring the atom "as a boonjwhich has established footholds'
might have existed eons ago. and not a menace to mankind." in a number of African coun-
WHAT THE twin robots Kisinger also expressed U.S. tries and is a principal arms
Viking 1 and 2 - came up with support for a west German pro supplier for insurgents in south-
was something quite unexpected. posal to confront terrorism and, e Africa. At the same time,
The biology aboard both lae in the economic area, offered he denied that the United States
ers repeatedly came uppositive increased aid and other reme- intends to stake out its own
showing "what we would ex- dial measures for nations facing sphere of influence on the con-
pect them to show if there is evere debt burdens tinent.
life up there," said spokesman "There may be some cr-un-
Nick Panagakos. "The threat of terrorism, tries who see a chance for ad-
But organics were never found, should be dealt with through the vantage in fueling the llames
casting a giant shadow of doubt cooperative efforts of all coun- of war and racial hatred," Kis-
over the finding of the biology tries," Kissinger said, "More singer said. "But they -are not
probes. strigent steps must be taken motivated by concern for theI
DR. NORMAN HOROWITZ now to deny skyjackers and peoples of Africa, or for peace."i
whose pyrolitic release biolo terrorists a safe haven." Besides southern Africa, Kis-
experiment was supposed to singer singled out the Middle
have given the definitive an- IN A REPORT on his recent East, Korea and Cyprus as ex-
swer to the question of life on shuttle diplomacy to southern periencing "regional irises"
Mars, said positive results from Africa, Kissinger said Namibia that require continued, active
both his experiment and the or- appears headed toward inde- U.S. diplomatic attention. I
ganic experiment would be pendence from South Africa In the Middle East, he said,E
necessary before "we could posi "within a fixed, short time the United States favors anI
tively say there is life on Mars." limit" and that black majority "early resumption" of negotia-1
"We have to walk on two rule in Rhodesiais in the offing tions to settle the Arab-Israeli
feet," he added "and without within two years. dispute and hopes that "Leb-
both feet, we cannot say there The region, he said, is "an anese affairs will soon be re-
is life on Mars." acid test of the world's hope turned to the hands of theI
Horowitz emphasized that the for peace and justice." He said people of Lebanon."
search for life was not decisively diplomatic failure in Namibia- Regarding Korea, he offered a1
over, saying, "It is conceivable the South African-controlled ter- phased program for settling the'
that where we are now is just ritory also called South-West j conflict between North and
not the place where organics are Africa-and in Rhodesia could
growing." make southern Africa "a vicious C
Congress

South Korea and said negotia~
tons to ease tensions and lead-
ing to ultimate reunification
co'ld first begin with the two
Koreas and with the United
States and China joining after-
ward.
For Cyprus, he proposed
guidelines for negotiations to
preserve the island's indepen-
dence while reducing the area
currently controlled by Turkey.
Ford says
conisciene
is clear
(Continued from Page 1)
The SEC probe also dates back
to Ford's days in Congress.
THE WHITE HOUSE said pre-
viously that Ford has played
golf with officials of several
major corporations, including
U.S. Steel, Alcoa Aluminum,
Bethlehem Steel and Firestone:
Tire and Rubber Co. Spokes-
persons for the companies said
the golfing dates were nothing
out of the ordinary.
Appearing more subdued than
usual, Ford acknowledged he
was troubled about suspicions
that have been raised because
"I am very proud of my record
of personal integrity."
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social welfare veto
(Continued from Page 1) lion for construction at military
distant bureaucracies and spe- bases and other military facili-
cial interest programs," he said. ties. He had vetoed an earlier
Nineteen StatedRepublicans version saying it contained pro-
deserted Ford and supported visions that would have delayed
the appropriation bill, which for at least a year almost any
provides funds for programs ad-' action to close or re-align a
ministered by the departments! major military installation.
of Labor and of Health, Educa-t The new version provides for
The HEW and Labor appro- a 6-day waiting period during
priations bill contains a pro- which Congress could review
vision prohibiting the use of proposed base closings.
federal funds for abortion. Ford Passage of the much-com-
said his objection to the bill promised revenue sharing bill
was based "purely and simply" to channel more federal receipts
on the issue of fiscal integrity. to states and local governments
apparently met Ford's condition
FORD announced late yester- for cooperating in plans for ad-
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