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The Michigan Daily - Friday, February 1, 1985 - Page 3
Shultz wary of arms control

WASHINGTON (AP) - Secretary of
State George Shultz said yesterday that
the United States must never become so
committed to arms control negotiations
that it is unwilling to respond to
"outrageous... behavior" by the Soviet
Union in Nicaragua or elsewhere.
FROM Nicaragua to the Middle East
to Eastern Europe, Shultz said the
Soviet Union "can be counted on upon
periodically to do something,
somewhere that is abhorrent or
inimical to our interests."
"Experience shows we cannot deter
or undo Soviet geopolitical encroach-
ments except by helping, one way or
another, those resisting directly on the
ground," the secretary said.
Shultz was the lead off witness in a
six-week examination by the commit-
tee of the direction of U.S. foreign
policy under President Reagan.
LATER, the panel heard from Defen-
se Secretary Casper Weinberger, who
said to answer the "enormous military
force possessed by the Soviet Union,"
the United States must use its own
power "as a military hand within the
glove of diplomacy."
"We should be willing to use all sour-
ces of national power short of direct
U.S. military force," said Weinberger,
who added: "We should never rule out
the use of force if deterrence fails.
There is a deterrent value in never
saying never."
Sen. Richard Lugar (R-Ind.), the
committee chairman, said a

congressional review "is long over-
due" and declared his intention to seek
a public consensus on U.S. foreign
policy.
IN A SWEEPING, toughly-worded
37-page statement, Shultz said the
United States must be "wise and
prudent in deciding how and where to
use our power."
But he said there will never be
political solutions unless it is under-
stood that "aggression is resisted and
diplomacy is backed by strength."
Despite broad opposition in Congress,
Shultz said the administration would
continue to seek support for the "con-
tra" rebels who are trying to overthrow
the leftist Sandinista government in
Nicaragua.
"ACTING directly and through
Cuba," Shultz said, "the Soviet Union is
abetting the establishment of a new

communist dictatorship in Nicaragua."
Despite the continuing fighting in
Nicaragua and El Salvador, Shultz said
the increasing number of democracies
in Latin America has become
"something to cheer about."
Shultz said strategic arms talks with
the Soviet Union due to resume in
Geneva on March 12 are a hopeful
development, but he cautioned that the
Moscow government is probably not
diverging from a long-term deter-
mination "to aggrandize its power and
undermine the interests of the
democracies.
The secretary said the United States
must continue the strategic weapons
buildup begun under Reagan, including
construction of the MX missile, "to
avoid undercutting our negotiators just
as they begin the quest for real reduc-
tions in nuclear arms."

Pucker up
Vermont House Republican leader Susan Auld exchanges glances with a dairy cow Wednesday after her team of
legislators lost a Political Pull Milking Contest at the Vermont Farm Show in Barre. A rival team of state senators filled
17 cups of milk while the representatives filled only 15.
Dems plan budget road show

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;he,is, will take the president's budget plan on the road with a hearings could be f
eries of public hearings around the nation in mid-February, Gray, who had ea
,leaders said yesterday. be "dead on arriv
Instead of moving ahead with a budget alternative, that claim, saying
majority-party Democrats in the House plan to give a full "we think it's just
airing to the Reagan plan, due to be submitted to Congress on only been trial ball
Monday. Wright, emergin
"WE WANT to go out and see what the people think," said after the public ses
House Majority Leader Jim Wright (D-Texas). "We want the to hold the public b
American people to understand what the president's budget forard with Faz o
contains. We have the responsibility to the American people strongly that it nei
o show them what is proposed." srnl hti e
He said that as many as five or six hearings would be held. the budget process
Newly elected House Budget Committee Chairman an analysis of the p
POLICE NOTES
building. The car was valued at $7,500,
Homes entered Suomala said.
A burglar entered a home on the 1500 'U' thefts
block of Washington Heights through an
unlocked door Wednesday and took a Supplies valued at about $19 were
small amount of cash and a calculator taken from an art student's desk in the
valued at less than $300, Ann Arbor Art and Architecture Building Wed-
police Sgt. Jan Suomala said. nesday, campus security official Leo
Heatley said. A wallet was stolen Wed-
Car stolen
nesday night from a women who was

Pa.) said details on the panel's committee
eing worked out. He said he hoped public
inished by the end of February.
arlier claimed that Reagan's budget would
al" on Capitol Hill, yesterday moderated
that until the president's budget is in hand,
inappropriate to respond to that which has
oons from December to early January."
g from a caucus of committee Democrats
sion, said Democratic leaders had decided
hearings on the Reagan plan before going
nocratic alternative.
(D-Calif.) said the panel "feels very
eds to get around the country and explain
and what the options are, beginning with
president's budget."
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his 1979 Toyota automobile was stolen
Wednesday evening from the parking
lot of Huron Towers Apartment
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Highlight
Come listen to the School of Music'
tonight at Hill Auditorium. Robert
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Films
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MLB 3.
Alt. Act-To Have and Have Not,
Madre, 9:15 p.m., Nat. Sci. Bldg.
Cinema 2-The Shining, 7 & 9:30 p.m
a Michigan Theater-The Big Chill,
ven, 9 p.m., Michigan Theater.
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Music.
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South and Southeast Asian Studies-Gary Hawes, "Economic Crisis in the
Philippines and the Decline of the Marcos Coalition," noon, Lane Hall Com-
mons.
School of Education-John Millett, "State Dissatisfaction with
Organization of Higher Education," 3 p.m., Tribute Room, Ed. Bldg.
- -Meetings
Chinese Students Christian Fellowship-7:30 p.m., Memorial Christian
Church, corner of Hill and Tappan Streets.
Ann Arbor Chinese Bible Study-7:30 p.m., basement of Univ. Reformed
Church, 1001 E. Huron Rd.
Korean Christian Fellowship-Bible study, 9 p.m., Campus Chapel.
Union Counseling Services-Dissertation support group, 8:30 p.m., Rm.
3100, Union.
International Students Fellowship-7 p.m., 4100 Nixon Road.
'Miscellaneous
Abeng - Minority Arts and Cultural Festival continues, Gospect concert,
7:30 p.m., Rackham Auditorium.
Guild House-Debate between Democratic candidates for Mayor, Bunyan
Bryant and Ed Pierce, noon, Guild House.
International Folk Dance Club-Review of workshop, beg. and intermeds.
7:30 p.m., open dancing 9 p.m., Angell Elem. School, 1608 S. University.
Kelsey Museum Assocs.-Benefit, "The Kelsey and all that Jazz," 8 p.m.,
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