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The Michigan Daily-Friday, June 15, 1979-Page 5
Carter: SALT I 'urgent stake' for all
ustria (AP) - President six years trying to work out East-West Malcolm Toon, and their wives. tered across the Benelux countries,
sterday "all people have troop cuts in central Europe say there BREZHNEV IS scheduled to fly in West and East Germany, Poland, and
e" in his summit meeting is little chance the Carter-Brezhnev from Moscow this morning. He and Czechoslovakia.

Carter said ye
aurgent stak

with Soviety President Leonid
, Brezhnev and in the strategic arms
limitation treaty they will sign here
Carter and Brezhnev, who arrives
today, will meet for the first time, and
the session will represent the first for-
mal talks between an American
president and a Soviet leader since
Brezhnev met with Gerald Ford in
Vladivostok in November 1974.
Apart from signing the SALT II
treaty, Carter and Brezhnev may make
headway on other arms control
measures, including a ban on un-
derground nuclear weapons tests.
BUT NEGOTIATORS who have spent

summit here will break current
At most, a spokesperson for the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
said, there is hope for a "new political
impulse" in the talks aimed at "MB-
FR" - mutual and balanced force
The president, his wife Rosalynn and
daughter Amy arrived yesterday at
Wien-Schwechat Airport and were met
by Austrian preident Rui olf Kir-
chschlaeger, Chancellor Bruno
Kreisky, Foreign Minister Willibald
Pahr, and their wives. Also on =hand
were U.S. Ambassador to Austria
Milton Wolf, Ambassador to Moscow

Carter are to pay a ceremonial call this
evening on Kirchschlaeger, and are not
scheduled to have formal talks until
tomorrow morning.
No major agreements apart from the
SALT II treaty are expected to emerge
from this meeting, but the two are ex-
pected to discuss a range of topics -
among them extension of most-favored-
nation trade status to the Soviet Union,
Soviet policy on Jewish emigration and
treatment of dissenters, the Middle
East following the Egyptian-Israeli
peace treaty and the situation in
Southern Africa.
At issue also are MBFR ground
troops and weapons in an area scat-

" JNOHUMAN being can rest secure
in a world of unrestrained nuclear
weapons," Carter said. "All nations,
and all people today, share an
overriding interest in maintaining
peace in the nuclear age."
"We are confident," Carter said,
"that SALT II will widen the areas of
cooperation and reduce the dangers of
nuclear holocaust.
"The people of Vienna, the people of
Europe, and the peoples of many other
nations have known the bitter price of
war twice in this century. This week, all
people will take another step towards
security and lasting peace."

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1980. And no o
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health insura
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health insurar
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But there ai

Presidential campaign gears rev up for 1980 '
TON (AP) - The political he's interested in being president." request from our military people for us prediction of defeating Kennedy if the
inning to quicken at the Waving a copy of Kennedy's critical to builda heavy missile." senator runs in 1980. Neither Carter nor
where President Carter response to Carter's national health in- Asked if Jackson's speech might Kennedy has declared his candidacy.
are preparing for battle in surance plan, this aide said: "I don't harm the Carter-Brezhnev summit, Powell said he had not asked Carter
ne makes their pulse race believe there is anyone around here Powell replied, "It's hardly helpful." whether the quotation was accurate,
n. Edward Kennedy (D- anymore whpo thinks he believes in Minutes later, at the same press but volunteered: "I can confirm, as the
health insurance." briefing, the subject was Kennedy. president has indicated publicly, that
was the day Carter ad- SOME OF THE toughest language POWELL DID not deny that Carter any race he is involved in he can win
officials lashed back at the this week was reserved for another had actually made his now-famous and intends to win."
ritics. SALT and national potential Democratic candidate, Sen.
nce were the issues, but Henry Jackson of Washington, a har-.
As were Carter's potential dliner on U.S.-Soviet relations and the
Democratic presidential new SALT II treaty that Carter will sign
ext year. in Vienna next week with Soviet
he tone - and the prime President Leonid Brezhnev.
White House dinner Mon- "Grossly misleading," was White
n he was quoted as saying House press secretary Jody Powell's
twice: "If Kennedy runs, comment on Jackson's statement that
ss." seven years of Soviet-American detente
SACHUSETTS Democrat was leading to a decade of U.S. ap-
stock response that "I'm peasement of the Russians.
to and don't expect to be." "Misguided and simply wrong," said
ia Democrat's boys in the Secretary of State Cyrus Vance.
inner circle are less and POWELL IN effect accused Jackson
to take Kennedy at his of kpowingly misstating facts related to
U.S. Military defense and the Strategic
ple in the White House Arms Limitation Treaty. "There was a
nedy was interested in misleading reference to the fact that we
nce," said one key Carter couldn't build a heavymissile," Powell
rday, speaking privately. told reporters. He said Jackson knew MISCELLANEOUS
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