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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pone Fourteen

Wednesday, May 7, 1975

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SENATOR GEORGE McGOVERN and his wife Eleanor are escorted by Jesus Montane Dropez, a
member of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party. The McGoverns arrived in
Havana Monday by chartered plane to meet with Prime Minister Fidel Castro and to tour Cuba.
McGovern visits Cubans

HAVANA, Cuba P) - Sen. meeting yesterday.
George McGovern spent a long The South Dakota Democrat
day visiting showcases of Cuba's conferred with Carlos Rafael
educational and mental health Rodriguez, deputy prime minis-
programs, then plunged into ter for foreign affairs and a key
"substantive talks" on U. S.- man in Cuba's international eco-
Cuban relations in a late night nomic affairs.

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HE TOLD newsmen before his
meeting with Rodriguez:
"i want to discuss with him
some of the issues that are
riction points between the two
:ountries - not only the trade
embargo, but the question of
confiscated properties a n d
:laims outstanding here, the
luestion of restrictions on tra-
vel and what they hope will
happen in the OAS (Organiza-
ion of American Statesa) meet-
ing."
McGovern said his meeting
with Radriguez should be a pre-
lude to an anticipated private
talk with Prime Minister Fidel
Castro, who is expected to see
the senator before he returns to
the United States on Thursday
IN A forthcoming Washing-
ton meeting, the OAS plans to
reconsider the delicate issue of
whether to lift economic sanc-
tions imnosed on Havana more
than a decade ago.
McGovern is a member of the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee and an outspoken critic
of the U. S. trade embargo.
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