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Tuesday, July 29, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Tuesday, July 29, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Page Seven
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Ford visifs Warsaw; praises-
European security agreement

(Continued from Page 1)
the United States does not re-
tard the conduct code as a
ratification of Communist dom-
ination of Eastern Europe.
The main thrust of the visit
to Poland - as to Romania and
Yugoslavia after the Helsinki
Summit - was to demonstrate
America's policy of contact with
and friendship for the East bloc
3tates that are "the old coun-
try" to many U.S. citizens.
KIEREK, leading the welcom-
ng delegation when the Presi-
:ent arrived from .Bonn, West
Germany, declared: "Doors all
aver Poland are wide open to
you."
Ford responded that he had
come to "strengthen the tradi-
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tional friendship between our
two peoples."
Later in the day, Ford spent
15 minutes walking the cobbled
streets of Warsaw's Old Town,
an area destroyed during World
War II and later rebuilt. A wo-
man selling fresh fruit beneath
a green and orange umberrla
in a market square pressed a
basket of apples and pears on
the President. He munched ap-
preciatively on one of the
pears.
AT THE airport, Ford had
watched Polish troops march by
in a strutting goosestep before
entering a Russian-made open
car with Gierek for a motor-
cade through- Warsaw.

Polish officials listed the
crowd at about a quarter-mil-
lion. For the most part, people
stood by impassively as the
cars passed. A few bystanders
occasionally waved small Am-
erican and Polish flags.
U. S. officials emphasized
that the talks between Ford
and Gierek were largely a re-
view of general East - eWst re-
lations, particularly in view of
the 35-nation summit starting
today in Helsinki to wrap up
the European security confer-
ence.
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Evening Star
One of the Metropolitan Opera's brightest new stars is JUDITH BLEGEN, soprano,
who will give the last concert in the "Summer Fare" Series this Thursday evening.
After her recent Covent Garden debut, the London Times described Miss Blegen as
"deliciously vivacious, beautifully-rounded in tone and alert of phrase, and outrageously
pretty"
HER ANN ARBOR DEBUT PROGRAM:
HANDEL: Care selve from "Atalanta" and
O Had I Jubal's Lyre from "Joshua"
SCHUBERT: Auf dem Wasser zu singen; Du bist
die Ruh; Die Forelle
STRAUSS: Ich schwebe; Heimkehr; Schlagende Herzen
MASSENET: Adieu, notre petite table from "Manon"
GOUNOD: Je veux vivre from "Romeo et Juliette"
IVES: Feldeinsamkeit; Canon; Mists; New River; Serenity
MILHAUD: Chansons de R onsard
Recital Thursday, July 31, in Rackham Auditorium at 8:30
TICKETS at $3, $5, and $6
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