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Page 2-Friday, May 26, 1978-The Michigan Daily
D'Estaing: Talks need European input
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body and a European conference on initiatives and negotiations falls The Geneva committee is linked only
meeting. braking the arms race. tragically short," Giscard d'Estaing informally with the United Nations, and
Meanwhile, French President Valery told a special U.N. General Assembly Giscard d'Estaing told the delegates:
Giscard d'Estaing yesterday proposed "DESPITE PARTIAL results, the session on disarmament. It was the fir- "The time has come to replace it with
the creation of a new disarmament balance sheet for 30 years of proposals, st time a French chief of state had another body having more concrete ties
made an official visit to United Nations to the United Nations system."

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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1978
AUDITORIUM A, ANGELL HALL
7:00, 9:30
Oskar Fischinger was a pioneer of abstract animation. He was
the link of that genre from the 30's to the 50's. Friday night, his
wife Elfriede Fischinger, will present 2 different shows of his
collected works.
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'The time has come to replace (the Geneva disarma-
ment committee) with another body having more con-
crete ties to the United Nations system.'

headquarters in New York.
France for years has boycotted the
31-nation Geneva disarmament com-
mittee out of dislike for the Soviet-
American chairmanship: The new
organization Giscard d'Estaing and his
government is calling for would have 30
to 40 members with a chairman elected
for two years from among all the
members except the big powers.

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Recently some friends and I discovered a - I'
great place to have lunch, the new Salad Cellar in
the basement of the Cottage Inn. Sam, the manager,
has made the Salad Cellar a very different dining
setting from the Cottage Inn restaurant upstairs.
You construct your own salad from a huge salad bar consisting of over 25
fresh and delicious items. To complement your salad, order one of the superb-
sandwiches-the Reuben, the Grilled Ham and Cheese, the Stacked Beef or
the Cellar Deluxe. As an addition to your sandwich or as a main course,
the Minestrone or Clam Chowder are both worth trying. To end your meal,
succumb to the temptation of cheesecake, strawberry shortcake or the Salad
Cellar famous Applemountain.

-Valery Giscard d'Estaing
THE FRENCH president
acknowledged that "it is indeed on the
efforts of these two countries (United
States and Soviet Union) that halting
the arms race will depend first and
foremost.
"For several years they have been
negotiating the limitation of strategic
arms. France welcomes this and hopes
their efforts will be successful. It does
not underestimate the difficulty of their
undertaking."
The French leader also proposed a
meeting by all 35 participant nations in
the Helsinki security conference on
disarmament in Europe to achieve "A
genuine reduction in weapons within
the geostrategic complex of Europe
from the Atlantic to the Urals."
GISCARD d'Estaing said at a news
conference after his assembly speech
that preparations for such a conference
would likely delay its opening until at
least the end of 1979.
After Giscard d'Estaing's speech, a
Danish representative told the assem-
bly that the nine-nation European
Economic Community seeks a mutual
arms reduction with Eastern bloc coun-
tries of Europe.
"The goal is greater security at a
lower level of armaments and military
forces," said Danish minister Lise
Ostergaard.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
VolumeI, LXXXViii No.us-s
Friday, May 6, 1978
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In addition to being a fine restaurant, the Salad Cellar is the perfect
place to get together with friends for a drink. HAPPY HOUR almost
never ends, extending from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. Monday through
Thursday; 11:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Fridays, and 4:00'p.m. to 1:00
a.m. on Sundays. HAPPY HOUR PRICES, despite the Salad Cellar's
elegance, are some of the most reasonable in town. As
an exotic alternative to your regular drink, keep in mind
the House Favorites, coffee drinks made in the brass
plated Cottage Inn Cappucinp machine located behind
the bar.
Whether looking for a place to eat or drink or both, I
recommend trying the Salad Cellar..
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