Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 3, 1976 · Page 15
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Nuclear Sellers 'Promise' to Use Restraint WASHINGTON- (LENS) — Henry Kissinger has persuaded six other countries (Britain. Canada. France. Japan, Russia. West Germany) to control their exports of nuclear materials. At least, that is the interpretation put on the gentleman's agreement reached recently which lays down, via an exchange of letters of Jan. 27 among the seven parties, guidelines on the sale of nuclear equipment or technology abroad. It is understood that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna is to get copies of the letters, although it did not take part in the London talks between May and December last year when the agreement was worked out. The American Secretary of State got much less than he asked for. His call for multilateral restraint in selling entire fuel cycles — including uranium enrichment and plutonium reprocessing facilities — was prompted by the $5 billion West German sale of just such a cycle to Brazil. That contract, signed last June along with safeguard provisions between the two parties and the IAEA, is still valid. So. there is very little chance that Kissinger's proposal to set up regional reprocessing centres (for South America, for Southeast Asia, etc.) will ever come of age. Nor, for that matter, does the new agreement guarantee that countries will not now go out and sell every nuclear item under the sun to anyone who wants to buy. What the guidelines do dictate is a process of consultation among the seven and the IAEA before concluding a major export contract for nuclear reactors, enrichment or reprocessing facilities. Apparently there will be no veto power over a proposed contract, simply consultation aimed at ensuring that adequate safety precautions have been written into the export agreement. German officials say that the agreement with Brazil and the IAEA woujd meet the safety standards, even though Brazil is not a signatory of the non-proliferation treaty (NPT). In that event, any country, whether or not it has signed or ratified the NPT, is eligible to purchase any sort of nuclear merchandise, so long as it goes along with ad hoc IAEA supervision of the installations, and promises (yes. promises) not to divert any plutonium to build a bomb. This is what India did with Timet Herald, Carroll, la. <| f Wednesday, March 3, 1976 I » the w'a'sTes of Canadian reactors, despite safeguard provisions. Of the seven, only France is not a party to the NPT, and American officials seem to feel that this agreement will plaster over any holes which France's non-membership might have leftopen. The government in Paris, along with the others, has undertaken not to sell plants without the same strict IAEA safeguards as NPT nations. Doctors Are Firm With Heart Cases CLEVELAND (AP) — Doctors at University Hospitals here have developed a means of studying hardening of the arteries that has led them to be adarrxant with their patients. "Because our research has shown us beyond the question of a doubt how dangerous the risk factors'are to these patients, we don't merely make suggestions about reducing those factors, we insist," says Dr. Ralph G. DePalma. DePalma was one of several Case Western Reserve University and University Hospitals doctors who described the progress of their research to a recent conference in Canada. Some risk factors have been known for some lime, but little was known about the actual development of the cholesterol deposits in the arteries, DePalma said. Ill B&H C.W B.nd Mamps | SUPERVALU CARROLL, IOWA Thursday! OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAY! larvest Brand Fully Cooked u S - D A. CHOICE BONELESS HORMEL LITTLE SIZZLERS FRESH SLICED LIVER CHUCK STEAK Lb. CHOICE $109 SWISS STEAK cuT u, I FARMLAND SMOKED PICNIC Ib. *r C SCHLESWIG RING BOLOGNA REUBEN Rounds Lb. $139 LEAN Ground Chuck CREST Reg.-Mint 5-Oz. Tube U.S. NO. 1 Ml MEADOW GOLD Asst. 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