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(Studio) In President letter, Ford reaffirms United States policy to use nuclear weapons in conventional war. Says no plans to structure American weapons for 1st strike capability. 35 cntrys. will speak at conference
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Helsinki, Finland) CSCE (Conf. for Security and Cooperation in Europe) T-shirts for sale. Yugoslavia's Marshal Josip Broz Tito, Chancellor West Germany Helmut Schmidt and San Marino's Gian Berti arrive. 1500 reporters here; Idaho photos taken. Not enough hotels for all; some reporters stay on boats. Security tight. Finlandia Hall shown. If detente can survive 35 talks, can survive anything.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
- Chancellor, John;
- Utley, Garrick
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