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July 26, 1985 - Image 11

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POLICE Compromise
NOTES may let U.S.
build chem.

Break-ins reported


A window was pryed open to a house
in the 700 block of Arch St. between
noon and 6 p.m. Wednesday. Police WASHINGTON (UPI) - Defense
said they have no suspects in the case negotiators, finishing up on a $302
billion defense bill, agreed last night
Less than $50 cash was taken from a on a chemical weapons compromise
home in the 900 block of Mary St. that could allow assembly of the
Wednesday between 11 a.m. and 8:30 weapons in 1987 for the first time in
p.m., police said. nearly two decades.
After that roadblock was lifted,
MotorCyCle taken House and Senate conferees sailed
through their remaining differences
A Honda motorcycle valued at and finished two weeks of talks on the
$1,100 was stolen from the 500 block of massive fiscal 1986 defense
Church St. Wednesday evening, saidbill.
cau sat. Wdiresdoy LeoHengaid The pact still must be approved by
campus safety directorTLe Heatley. both the House and Senate and, under
the agreement, the House will take a
Cash stolen separate vote on the chemical
weapons issue.
A wallet and contents valued at $55 The House entered the conference
were stolen from a University staff insisting that NATO nations get a vote
member's purse between noon and 1 on whether chemical weapons are
p.m. Wednesday in the Art and Ar- produced and stockpiled in Western
chitecture Building on North Campus, Europe where they would be most
Heatley said, likely used.
H yBut under the compromise, the
Thirty-nine dollars was stolen from United States will consult with the
a staff member's purse between 2 and allies on the weapons, rather than
3 p.m. Wednesday in Randall permitting a NATO vote. Weapons
Laboratory. components could not be built until
the United States had ready a plan for
deploying the weapons and they could Lassie
Robbery reported not be assembled for potential
deployment until at least 1987 - some
18 years after the United States Tammy Gorshe, 3, teaches her nine-
An Eastern Michigan University unilaterally decided to quit produc- cing steps in front of her home in San.
student was attacked by three men tion.
beat up, and robbed of $22 in the 400 The agreement retains House in-
block of East University at 11:45 p.m. sistence that separate chemical agen- Never leave children or animals lock-
Wednesday, campus security said. ts used in the "binary" weapons be ed in a closed car, even for a brief time,
stored and shipped separately. It also with the windows rolled down a bit, ac-
tiesanyassmbl decsio toanycording to Family Circle magazine. In
-Laura Bischoff g summer, a cars interior temperature
progress in efforts to get the Soviets to can rise to 120 degrees within 15
agree on a new chemical weapons minutes.

The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 26, 1985-- Page 11
Wallace --
Alabama Gov. George Wallace
yesterday began an expected two-
week convalescence from spinal
surgery doctors hope finally will
relieve stubborn, debilitating pain left
by his 13-year-old bullet wounds.
Dr. Daniel Lammertse, medical
director at Craig Hospital and
Wallace's attending physician, said
Wallace's vital signs were stable and
that he had begun taking fluids, but
was "still experiencing the expected
post-operative discomfort."
Billy Joe Camp, Wallace's press
secretary, said he had visited the
governor at about 9 a.m. yesterday, 24
hours after Wallace went into
surgery. He, too, noted Wallace's
normal post-operative pain.
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