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by Wilbur G. Landrey
UPI Foreign Editor
GENEVA Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger arrived Sunday night and began
what may be a tense round of meetings with
Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko
on the Middle East and a host of issues near
the core of detente.
Kissinger flew to Switzerland from Bonn,
where he announced a complete identity of
views with West German leaders on all the
issues they discussed, including American
strategy to bring down the price of oil.
Relations between the United States and
the Soviet Union were the first subjects on
the agenda when Kissinger and Gromyko
began talks over dinner at the Soviet
These included the new round of Strategic
Arms Limitation Talks, the now-defunct
trade treaty between the two countries, and
Communist party General Secretary Leonid
1. Brezhnev's scheduled visit to the United
N.C. students face aid crunch;
rising costs increase drop outs
Secretary of State Henry Kissinger talks with Soviet
Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko in Geneva. The two leaders
were engaged in a round of talks about the Mideast and other
matters related to U.S.-Soviet detente.
United Press International
RALEIGH College administrators
across the state say that the rising costs of
higher education are forcing hundreds of
students to drop out of school.
Officials at both public and private
colleges said they don't have enough money
to meet the growing need by students for
And, according to Stan Broadway,
director for finances at UNC. more federal
aid is not in sight. '
"The federal dollars are going to remain
the same over next year. Inflation and rising
costs in general will cause us problems in
Helmes prominent in third party plans
by Arnold B. Sawislak
United Press International
increasing doubt that they can continue to
support either the Republican or
Democratic parties, conservatives took the
first step Sunday toward creation of a third
party to represent their views in future
North Carolina Senator Jesse Helms
played a prominent role in the proceedings.,
The 1975 Conservative Politicial Action
Conference, after four days of discussion
and debate about forming a national
conservative party, voted overwhelmingly to
set up a 1 3-member committee to review and
assess the current political situation and
develop .future opportunities.
Significantly, the committee included
three Republican members of Congress
Sen. Jesse Helms of North Carolina, who
was expected to be its chairman, and Reps.
John Ashbrook of Ohio and Robert
Bauman of Maryland- r
:. It also ... included Maine, Republican C
chairman Cyril Jolz. It included no person
specifically indentified with the Democratic
The resolution offering hope of a third
party came despite warning from President
Ford that the conservatives would only hurt"
their own and the Republicans' chances to
keep the White House in 1976 if they split
from the party.
The resolution did not specifically call for
establishment of a new party but empowered
the committee, made up of leading
conservative office holders and activists, to
call another national meeting, if deemed
necessary to chart more explicity the future
course of conservatism.
"Conservatives have been forced into a
political position which leaves us without a
serious leadership role in either major party
and the question of our allegiance to these
political parties is a matter of increasing
doubt to conservatives," the resolution said.
It said the present Republican leadership
has not effectively articulated or represented
the conservative sentiment of the vast
majority of Republicans, and millions of
Republicans, and millions of Democrats are
alienated by the increasingly radical
orientation of the Democratic Party.
. M. Stanton Evans, a co-chairman of the
conference and a member of the committee,
said provisions had been made for enlisting
spokesman for other groups and told the
delegates that the resolution leaves open the
option of establishing a third political party.
The conference also debated a number of
other resolutions on domestic issues ranging
from foreign policy to big government. The
resolutions submitted to the conference
called for approval of an anti-abortion
amendment to the Constitution, a ban on
welfare assistance to able bodied and
childless couples between the ages of 18 and
65, acceleration of the U.S. Bl bomber and
the Trident submarine and missile programs,
and an end to forced busing of students to
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Conference delegates were encouraged
Saturday by former California Governor
Ronald Reagan to remain in the Republican
Party, pressing for conservative emphasis on
a balanced budget even at the expense, of
Reagan stopped short of suggesting he
would be a 1 976 candidate, but both Sen.
James Buckley, R-N.Y., and New
Hampshire Governor Meldrim Thompson
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meeting the financial needs of students
William Geer. Director of Student Aid at
UNC. said. We will be short $800,000 in
financial aid due to inflation and the rise in
We are expecting a rise in the number of
students whose families will be in financial
At North Carolina Central University in
Durham. Chancellor Albert N. Whiting said
over 100 students remain out of school
despite efforts to find financial aid for them.
"We were down 400 students at
registration this year. Our Alumni
association was able to raise enough money
to keep over 200 in school," said Whiting. He
added another 35 have been admitted on a
stand-by basis while awaiting loans from
banks and elsewhere.
A spokesman for Appalachian State
University in Boone said his office was
visited by between 200 and 300 students who
said they could not afford to return for the
States this summer.
The European Security Conference also
may come up. American officials expected
that Gromyko also may bring up the subject
of Cyprus, one of the possible issues of
tension between the two nations.
As Kissinger arrived in Geneva, the Soviet
official news agency Tass condemned last
week's creation of a Turkish Cypriot
autonomous republican in the northern
portion of the island as an attempt bv certain
NATO circles to frustrate a Cyprus
In a brief arrival statement at Geneva
airport. Kissinger said he and Gromyko
would review the state of the U.S.-Soviet
relations and the situation in the Middle
U.S. officials said the major and most
delicate issue, the Middle East, will he
reserved for Monday morning, when
Kissinger and Gromyko arc scheduled to
meet again before Kissinger Hies off on to
Britain after lunch.
American officials believe that Gromyko
may take a hard line in the talks, cxpccially
on the Middle East and Cyprus.
The meeting would provide Kissinger's
first chance to sense the mood of the Soviet
Politburo since the mystery surrounding
Brezhnev's illness earlier this year. Brchncv
suddenly reappeared last week, looking
rested and happy.
A senior official aboard Kissinger's plane
said that it was probably too early to reopen
the question of trade after Russia angrily
denounced the 1972 trade pact because of
restrictions placed on it by Congress.
Another, failure on trade would be a
dixister. the official said. and Kissinger must'
first discuss the question thoroughly with
influential congressmen before taking it up
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