The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 7, 1971 · Page 10
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 10

Ogden, Utah
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Thursday, October 7, 1971
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I Ogden Standard-Examiner, Thursday, October 7, 1971 iabor Party Wants Cuts by NATO, Warsaw Pact Nations • , •-. - * .. .., _- t «.„* .»™,™-nrm«« the in- 6,250,000 organized party work- "By FRED COLEMAN '- ..-Associated Press Writer ,. BRIGHTON, England (AP) — Britain's opposition Labor party today urged progress within a year toward substantial cuts in the military programs of both the North Atlantic alliance and the Warsaw Pact nations of Eastern Europe. A policy statement from the Labor leadership also pressed Britain's Conservative govern-^ ment to speed up preparations for a European security confer- • ence on balanced force reductions between East and West. 'The statement was circulated to the party's rank and file for 'a foreign policy debate today at- Labor's annual convention.". It was virtually certain of approval. , , "The objective must be substantial cuts in the defense programs of both NATO and thg_ Warsaw Pact," the statement said. "The first step in such a process should be taken in the .next 12 months." ,The timetable was a new element in the official stand of Britain's two major political parties on the Soviet-proposed security conference and the related question of -mutual troops reductions. Earlier, both parties had stressed the need for long, careful preparation. But the Labor policy^ state- ment said . the recently concluded four power agreement on'Berlin. now'clears the way x "for further' success in the broader field." The Conservative government, by contrast, is believed anxious to avoid major policy initi?tives in East-West relations before the target date for Britain's entry-' into the European ' Common Market, Jan. 1, 1973. Labor opposes Common Market entry on the proposed "terms. A variety of motions prepared in advance made clear that Labor's foreign policy debate will also: —Break the bipartisan tradition on the Irish question by criticizing the government s handling of violence in Northern Ireland. —Warn Prime Minister Edward Heath's administration against any Rhodesia settle- ment that compromises the -in- ter,ests of the black African majority there. "-Demand that the government of Pakistan release the leaders of East Bengal and negotiate with them a political settlement acceptable to the. people of that region._ On East-West relations, there was little doubt-before the debate that the majority of the 1- 20C delegates here, representing 6,250,000 organized party workers, would, back the leadership's stand. The only rival motion, a proposal from the rank and file, pushes for even stronger steps toward disarmament. _ Former Defense Secretary Denis Healey, now- Labors spokesman on foreign policy, was selected to,urge approval of the leadership's policy statement. CMWIv I»l^^ • • w •* "' ..I Security Conference Idea Only Propaganda Move? By CARL HARTMAN Associated Press Writer BRUSSELS (AP) - U.S. diplomats believe the Soviet push' for a European security conference may be a propaganda move aimed at strengthening Moscow's position in Eastern Europe. . , , The Soviets have agreed _ to talk troop cuts with. America and its allies and proposed_a security conference as the -forum, but the diplomats believe the Kremlin may have an ulterior motive: gaining international' recognition for the Communist government of -hast Germany and maintaining the division between East • and West. Their this: WHAT YOU MAKE IT! British Troops, Guerrillas Exchange Gunfire Over N. Ireland Border BELFAST. Northern Ireland (AP) — British troops and guerrillas fought a gun battle across the frontier between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic early today, army headquarters reported. The clash followed a surge of shooting, bombing and rioting in Belfast. In one period 10 explosions in 10 minutes occurred in the capital of the British province. • The border battle flared when '. a British infantry patrol spotted • two' men placing a package- later discovered to be gelig- • niter-behind a customs post at '• Middletown. County Armagh. ', When challenged, the men ran toward the republic. assailants escaped. warn, tne reputmi;. —'- • . . ,, "The soldiers pursued them One of 10 explosions m the and-were fired on by automatic city Wednesday night damaged I'" 1 " ^ C1 J .. , ._ i,... : u:___ at Belfast's port ter- from der,'> the army said. The troops minal returned the fire. The spokesman added it wasj "a very rare occurrence" for | British "troops to shoot into the tween n, e m«o, warfare between British soldiers and^ gunmen pe- . There were no army PENNY PITCHING DRAWS TERMS IN CINCINNATI CINCINNATI (UPI) Two young men arrested for pitching pennies in Fountain Square Plaza have been sentenced to 10 days of cleaning up the plaza. Judge Paul Gilday sentenced Howard Kenner, 25, and Joseph Williams, 19, after they refused a police order to stop pitching pennies. The two men will report to the square at noon for the next 10 days with broom and buckets for four hours. Kenner, after being set e n c e d, commented, I think it's stupid. -What are the courts coming to today?" argument runs SINCE 1947 ' The Soviets have been push- ins for a European security conference since 1967. They have suggested two subjects for discussion—renunciation of tne use of force and better economic cooperation. U.S. diplomats see little importance in either topic as a way of keeping the pence m Al° P members of the United Nations have renounced the use of force by signing its charter. West Germany, which is not_a member, has done the same in its pending treaty with the bo- viet Union. .. Economic cooperation between. East and West is going ahead about as fast as it can. It is limited primarily by the lack of anything much in the Soviet Union or Eastern Europe that the West wants to buy. But just convening a like curity conference until there is agreement on Berlin. _' But the United States and its allies are eager to negotiate a.illlr.0 ait \,t*^v*i «~ o- troop cuts with Moscow. It has taken the Soviets three years to say they are willing to—but only as part of a general conference. EXPLORE QUESTION The allies Wednesday named Manlio Brosio, former Italian defense minister, to go to Moscow and explore the question. PICK OF THE PUNCH ^^ . PUNCH . C Ml. TORONTO nSXSSUM SVOTICATB "Looks the sort -who will insist on paying casli to lie awkward." COW ana CA^JIUJ-C u*^ ^^^^- ———• Illegal Alien Worked as Gardener 2 Days at Western White House • , _ i i .:4..» ^t/sm-ilati/vnc Wfl 43111 J Llai, uviiv wi>i.^o «• -•- ence would strengthen the Soviet position in Eastern Europe, since all the Communist governments there would have to be invited. KIND OF RECOGNITION An invitation to East Germa- LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Los Angeles Times reported today that an illegal Mexican alien, using forged identi- con f er - fication papers, worked for ' " t\\\ iuvit.cii.ivii LW j-/vtM« --- ny a government not officially recognized by any of the West- pro aucis iuiu ^ ^ ern allies, would represent a, can IOOQ pr u L flf the kind of recognition, much cov- ^ r e a . s u _ x . e , •£ -B, i -i J.-L. ._ T^ rt n* i^.ar>rn an TP days as a gardener at the Western White House before his identity was discovered. The newspaper published the story in connection with a report Tuesday by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service of a raid at the Mexi- • ' firm of the cret Service check and worked two days before being apprehended by the FBI. He voluntarily left the country. NO COMMENT The White House had no immediate comment' on whether eted by gime. This is the East German re- what the United States wants to avoid. Recognition would deprive West German Chancellor Willy Brandt of an important negotiating tool in his effort to improve chances for the East Germans to cross the Berlin Wall—at least for oc- United States. Ramona nuelos, in which the government said 36 illegal Mexican aliens were apprehended. The Times gave this account: Francisio Martinez-Llamas, 32 was hired last July as a landscaper at the Western White House in San Clemente, WIll^C IJ.VU'J'— AI* fcjiAi* w—. 1 Calif. He used falsified papers SUNDAY LAUGHS OUT IN PUBS MANCHESTER, England ( U P I) — Police have reminded pub owners they cannot employ comedians on Sundays to entertain customers. The reminder was issued after an officer heard laughter coming from the pubs. Said a police spokesman: "The Sunday Observance Act of 1780 permits only music and recitation's." security regulations were violated. On Wednesday, the White ! House had said President Nixon wasn't considering withdrawing his nomination of Mrs. Banuelos as U.S. treasurer after the federal raid on her food firm in suburban Gar- Mrs. Banuelos said the arrests may have been a Democratic maneuver to block her nomination. But George K. Rosenberg, district director of the Immigration and Naturalization Service said politics played no part in the arrests at Ramona s Food Products Inc. 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