Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

July 18, 1985 - Image 2

Resource type:
Michigan Daily, 1985-07-18

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 18, 1985
Space cooperation, doesn't ease U.S.-Soviet tensions
WASHINGTON (UPI) - The symposium on space cooperation use of military space systems, and the to a joint manned flight to Mars the viewpoint that past U.S.-Soviet
historic meeting of Americans and before participating in a ceremonial Soviets began the second phase of an- before the year 2000. All five space cooperation was beneficial and lay the
Russians in orbit 10 years ago failed to watering of three trees they planted at ti-satellite tests. veterans agreed such a mission is blame for its termination squarely on
reduce tensions between the two the National Air and Space Museum Whether relations between the two technically possible. They said the shoulders of the United States, and
nations and future space cooperation in 1975. countries might even be worse had politics was the main obstacle. yet they have not responded officially
is unlikely to do much better, a The ceremony in Russian culture is there not been such a joint flight is a Last year, President Reagan in- to any recent overtures to renew such
congressional research office said seen as a renewal of hope. matter of debate, the report said. vited the Soviets to join the United cooperation," it said.
yesterday. The 113-page congressional report "THERE IS also little agreement States in a joint space rescue demon- But the Office of Technology
The congressional reseachers said a reduction in tension and in the on whether the future might provide a stration between an American space Assessment said renewed space
released the results of their study as arms race was one of the hopes behind more or less promising context for shuttle and a Soviet Salyut space cooperation could yield valuable
the two Russians and three the cooperative efforts that led to the cooperation than the past. station, but there has not been a for- gains in science and provide insight
Americans who shook hands in orbit joint flight. "There is little evidence, however, mal reply to that initiative. into the Soviet space program and
July 17, 1975, were in the capital "YET THE decade of the 1970s was that space cooperation can lead to The congressional report said ten- Soviet society as a whole.
commemorating the historic docking characterized not only by U.S.-Soviet detente or can improve overall U.S.- sions between the two nations today
of the Apollo and Soyuz spaceships. space cooperation, but by Soviet Soviet relations in any substantial are reflected "in an official Soviet
COSMONAUTS Alexei Leonov and helligerence ahroad and severe U.S.- way." hard line, albeit somewhat am-
Valery Kuhasov and astronauts Soviet strains in other areas," the The cosmonauts Tuesday calledfor iguous, approach toward space P O L IC E
Thomas Stafford, Vance Brand and report said, stepped up cooperative efforts het- cooperation with the United States. r L C
Donald Slayton attended a day-long It said both nations also stepped up ween the two nations leading possibly "Soviet officials consistently stress
Democrats support push for more affordable housing NO
(continuedfrom Pagel) report said the inclusionary zoning require something that council be forced to pay the bill. And that, he Safe recovered
that might have been brought proposal "smacks of extortion." Republicans don't like to use for said, would be "a completely new
in by the students "MOST PEOPLE are offended by social programs: money. Peterson direction." Police recovered a 100-pound safe
was minimal." Besides, he said, even rebates and kickbacks in the business and a large majority of the task force . behind a house in the 300 block of S.
without the students there is an over- world or in governmental contrac- wrote that the city should set up or Before anything like this is under- State at 4 a.m. Monday shortly after
whelming need for more affordable ting; in fact, under some circumstan- contribute to all sorts of funds, trusts, taken, you're going to have to take it the safe was stolen from the People's
housing. ces, it is a felony," the dissenting and non-profit corporations to pick up to the public," he said. "You better be Food Co-op on Packard Road. A K-9
Deem and other Republicans report said. where the market leaves off. doggone sure that people who are unit tracked the suspect's scent but
remain skeptical about that. And until Peterson defended the idea as one Peterson pointed out that going to be picking up the tab want to lost it behind the house, police said.
both parties agree that there is a that has worked in Republican areas homeowners already receive tremen- do it. Break-ins
need, bipartisan cooperation is out of such as Orange County, Calif., but he dous subsidies in the form of tax "I don't think you can just shove
the question. As Deem said, "We've also said that controversy over the in- breaks, so "the government is sub- these things down people's throats. A window to Seva Restaurant at 314
been having a heck of a time getting clusionary zoning proposal has ob- sidizing housing no matter what - it's We're talking about big, big chunks of E. Liberty St. was broken between
people to agree on numbers." scured the other things the task force just a question of what income level." money," he said. Any major expen- midnight and 6 a.m. Tuesday. Food
EVEN IF the Republicans agree report advocated. "The overall thrust But Deem said that because state ditures on public housing should be and beer were consumed in the
that the city should do more for people of the report is simply to encourage and federal money for housing projec- approved in a referendum, Deem restaurant but nothing else was repor-
who spend more than 30 percent of the private sector," he said. is is nearly exhausted, the city would said. ted missing, police said.
their income on housing - Peterson's Peterson said that things like easing Police caught a 26-year-old Ann Ar-
definition of the threshhold of unaf- the building codes without sacrificing " bor man breaking into a home in the
fordable housing - just how to safety could have an impact on the c af oniif ues recovet 400 block of N. Ingalls around mid-
provide that incentive is unclear. housing market. He added that the R eagan night Tuesday.
The task force came up with city can more aggressively pursue the
numerous recommendations about federal funds for housing that still WASHINGTON (UPI) - President "THE president continues on a Robberies reported
how to encourage developers to build exist, and Republicans don't seem to Reagan, his spirits described as roll," declared Speakes. Two men stole a mo-ped and stereo
low-cost housing, but most of the at- have philosophical problems with "flying high" four days after in- equipment in the 2100 block of Pauline
tention has focused on whether the simply making it easier for testinal cancer surgery, consumed He said first lady Nancy Reagan Boulevard Tuesday night. The men
city should pursue "inclusionary developers to build or rehabilitate broth and Popsicles yesterday and his telephoned the president before she threatened the victim with a handgun,
zoning," which would in effect force housing for low- and moderate- digestive system began returning to left for a visit to the aircraft carrier stole his mo-ped, then went into the
developers to contribute to low- or income people. normal, White House spokesman USS America off the coast of Virginia victim's house and took his stereo
moderate-income housing when FORMER MAYOR Louis Belcher, Larry Speakes said. and reported: "He's flying high." equipment, police said.
building a new project. In return, the who is developing some land down- A pizza delivery man fought off two
developers would be allowed to build town with his two partners, approved For the first time since before he "His first words when he left the attackers in anve attempted unarmed
more units on the same amount of of the low-key approach. "The only entered the Bethesda Naval Hospital room for his morning walk were Ten- robbery in a parking lot in the 2800
land than they otherwise would. wyte'egigt e ti oe-etrdteBted aa optlnis anyone?' "Speakes said. rbeyi akn o nte20
way they're going to get it is to en last Firday, Reagan met with Vice ' block of Pauline at 11:45 p.m.
The idea, which the task force m- courage it," he said. "I often thought President George Bush, popping out "His vital signs are good, they're Tuesday, police Sgt. Jan Suomala
cluded in its report, immediately that you can get more with sugar than of bed to walk toward the surprised solid, they're normal. The tem- said.
drew fire from Republicans and by beating someone over the head Bush who was seated in a waiting room perature is entirely normal and has An unarmed robbery of Domino's
developers who saw it as a blatant at- with a baseball bat." for the arrival of other aides. been for a day or so," he said. Pizza occurred at midnight in the 1200
tack on the free market. The minority Other task force recommendations block of Packard Road and two





Highlight Music at Midday," Gail Gebhart performing
Dominico Scarlotti and J.S. Bach on the har-
Washtenaw County Community College's Park psichord, 12:15 p.m. Pendleton Room, Union.
will become an outdoor ballroom when the college Michigan League - America Heritage, Ozarks,
holds "Dancing Under the Stars" tonight at 8 p.m. 5 p.m., League Cafeteria.
The free dance party will feature a professional School of Music/International Organ Institute -
disc jockey, classics of the 1930s, '40s, '50s, and James Hammann conducting 'a 15-piece chamber
free refreshments. The Communists park on orchestra in an all-Handel program, 8 p.m., Chur-
WCC's main campus is on 4800 E Huron River ch of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1385 Green
Drive. Rd.
Alms New Jewish Agenda - benefit concert featuring
Ronnie Gilbert, 8 p.m., Michigan Theater.
Ann Arbor Film Co-op - The Third Man, 7:30 Alumni Association - Edward Stasheff, "The
p.m., The Wrong Man, 9:15 p.m., MLB 3. Robber Bridegroom," 4:30 p.m., Founders Room,
Cinema Guild - Only Two Can Play, 7:30 p.m., Alumni Center.
Battle of the Sexes, 9:30 p.m., MLB 4.
Performances Meetings
Michigan Union Cultural Prgram - "Summer University Alcoholics Anonymous - noon, 3200

His House Christian Fellowship - Bible Study,
7:30 p.m., 925 E. Ann St.
Turner Geriatric Clinic/University Hospitals -
Turner Travelers, 10:30 a.m., 1010 Wall St.
Scottish Country Dancers - beginners, 7 p.m., in-
termediates, 8 p.m., Forrest Hills Community
Center, 2351 Shadowood.
Office of Administrative Services - workshop,
Online Transactions and Queries:Student Course
Data, 8:30 a.m., 1050 Administrative Services.
Computing Center - Workshop, Using Window
with your IBM-P6 or Zenith Z-150 (Part II), 10
a.m.; Micropro Wordstar (Part I), 1 p.m., 3113
School of Education Building.

suspects escaped with an unknown
amount of cash, police said. The 24-
year-old clerk from Ypsilanti was
knocked unconscious in the incident
and suffered a cut mouth, police said.
Wallets, bike stolen
The cable lock to a bike was cut
sometime between 8 a.m. and 1:30
p.m. Tuesday outside the Natural
Resources Building. The men's three-
speed was valued at $32, campus
security said.
A purse and contents valued at $16
were stolen from the Undergraduate
Library between 6:30 and 7:30 p.m.
Nine dollars was stolen from an
unattended backpack in the Graduate
Library stacks Tuesday sometime
between 3 and 4 p.m., campus
security director Leo Heatley said.



-Laura Bischoff

Back to Top

© 2022 Regents of the University of Michigan