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Wednesday, May 31, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Wednsda, Ma 31 1 92 TE MIHIGN DALY age eve

Allies set talk guidelines
(Continued from Page 1) considered dead.
Agreement emerged on prep- Talks on the future of the
arations for a Conference on two Germanys will start a new
Security and Cooperation in phase after the signing Satur-
Europe. The preparatory con- day of the agreement on Ber-
sultations seemed likely to take lin by the United States, Brit-
the form of a gathering in Hel- ain, France and the Soviet Un-
sinki, Finland, at the end of No- ion.
vember. Diplomats from about There will be two series of
35 countries, including the discussions:.
United States and Canada, -on June 15 East and West
would try to agree on a list of Germany will berin what are
subjects for discussion by high- expected to be long and diffi-
er officials. These would include cult negotiations on their per-
some military topics but not manent relations.
actual force reductions. -some time after that the
It still was not clear what the U. .,Britain and France will
next step might be regarding try to get the Soviet Union to
troop cuts. Last October, NATO reaffirm the rights and reson-
appointed Manila Brosi, its sibilites th out pasers stilt
former secretary general to ex- haeiBrlnnd emny
plore the. question iii Moscow. b The two Germn states would
S re eeini eh in a position to successfully
The Kremlin never invited hine apply for membership in the
there. Brosio became an Italian United Nations at the satisfac-
senator, and his mission is now tory conclusion of these talks.
HHHMcGovern debate
(Continued from Page 3) they earn.
one a liberal, it "makes you a Bath Humphrey and McGovern
Humphrey said he wanted to rejected suggestions that a fed-
apologize if that waa the inter- eral tax increase will be neces-
pretation f his statement - sary in the next administration.
Concerning layoffs of emplyes Both said there would have to
in defense industries McGovern be increases in s o m e tax
said that the government would brackets.
have to provide a transition When both senators were asked
period while. war related indus- early in the broadcast whether
tries were converted to produce Wallace would be an acceptable
needed public servies. . running mate, they both said no.
He proposed that unemployed The candidates were asked
workers in these fields could about busing, an issue of con-
draw unemployment compensa- cern in several California com-
tion up to 80 per cent of what munities.
- Humphrey said he doesn't be-
lieve in massive, compulsory bus-
N ixoi i eets ing to fill quota system.
Busing is one of several tools
to help improve quality educa-
~ leaerstion, he said.
rn's leader s tMcGovern remarked, "From
what Senator Humphrey said to-
day we are close together on
powerful missiles. the busing issue."
A communique released Mon -___ ______
day included broad pledges that
both sides will "do their utmost H at
to avoid military confronta-
straint in their mutual rela-
tions," and will refrain from ef-
forts "to obtain unilateral
advantage at the expense of the (Continued from Page 1)
other" in tactical situations 12-the day after Harvey an-
The principals also commit nounced his candidacy.
themselves to promote favorable "Harvey distributed naminat-
conditions for increasing eco- "Hgreistrisuted t-
nomic and cultural relations. ing petitions to his es and told
The space agreement includes them they could get signatures
a goal to launch American and on department time," Postill
Soviet space explorers together claims. He says his information
into orbit by 1975. Another ac- comes fran several of Harvey's
cord signed calls for U.S-Soviet deputies but he refused to di-
coo eration in scientific and v ge their na es to protect
technological fields. The latter their jobs.
also calls for an exchange of "I haven't made this into a
scientists and research scholars. big thing," says Postill, "be-
The pacts on health and en- cause I didn't want Harvey to
vironment call for collaboration say 'Postill is a cry-baby'."
in combatting dread diseases But Harvey denied Postill's
and other health menaces and charges and added, "If you want
in fighting all types of environ- me to take the stickers off my
mental pollution. cars, I will. Never fear-Doug
Although the hoped-for agree- is here."
ments on trade provisions did
not materialize, a pledge was
made to carry on further dis-
cussiToday, the President will fly
to Poland for artw-day recep- C lassifieds
tion. Signs are that the Polish
government is preparing a wel-
come tl at will equal, if not sur-
pass, the rousing greeting that y
Nixon received there in 1959.
LAST DAYS
Positively Ends Thursday
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