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Ann Arbor, Michigan

Sunday, January 16, 1972

n ews briefs
by The Associated Press
THE PRICE COMMISSION decided yesterday to exempt
small shopkeepers from the requirement that they post their
freeze-level prices for customers to see.
The action came after merchants complained of difficulties in
Smeeting the requirements. The new rules exempt all retail firms
with less than $20,000 in revenues per year, which would exempt
87 per cent of all retail firms in the country, accounting for 24
per cent of all retail sales dollars.
Price Commission rules had formerly stated that retailers could
not raise prices without posting the freeze-level prices. Though now
exempted from the posting requirements, small retailers will still
have to make freeze-level prices available to customers who requestj
them.
* * * .
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT will mount a multimillion
dollar pest control program aimed at sharply cutting the amount
of DDT and other chemical pesticides used by farmers.
Secretary of Agriculture Earl Butz announced Friday that his
department, the Environmental Protection Agency and the National
Science Foundation will work together on a "broad new pest man-
agement action and expanded research program to help farmers
control pests more economically and effectively."
Butz hopes the new program will eliminate the problem of pesti-
cide residues and "provide for a combination of chemical, biological
and cultural pest control techniques as well as long range pest'
control research."
A $2.25 million allocation will be used to expand field tested pest
control efforts, and $3.5 million for research.
* #
ITALIAN PREMIER EMILIO COLOMBO resigned yesterday
in a political dispute that promises to be long and bitter.
Italian politics are in a state of disarray and have been since the'
Italian parliament took 23 ballots to elect a president last December.;
That election was marked by insults and attacks as Christian Demo-'
crats and Marxist Socialists, once political allies in the Colombo
government, railed at each other.
The Socialists accused the Christian Democrats allying with neo-
, Fascist elements as moderate Christian Democrat Giovanni Leone
captured the presidency.
The sagging Italian economy, increased unemployment, and
domestic unrest all set the stage for the present turmoil.
* * *
THE POSTAL SERVICE'S proposed increase of the cost of
third class mail has been rejected by a federal judge.
U.S. District Court Judge George Hart ruled Friday that a
gradual increase over four years, instead of the total increase of 20
per cent on Jan. 24, will be permitted.
Though the Cost of Living Council exempted the service from.
wage-price controls, Hart ruled that the service does not have{
authority to put the entire increase into effect immediately.

U. . cuts troop
'level in Vietnam.
fnlkeeps air power*
SAIGON (A) - The U.S. Command made another big troop
cutback yesterday but froze the withdrawal of any tactical
and rescue air squadrons because of several new Communist
missile threats on South Vietnam's northern frontier.
During the past week, Air Force planes have spotted more
than five new mobile missile launchers close to South Viet-
nam's border.
The new cutback strengthened speculation that while
the ground forces dwindle, President Nixon plans to use the
residual airpower in attempts to obtain release of American
prisoners of war.
The cutback reduced the number of combat maneuver
battalions to 13 from a high of'

-Associated Press
BWck from the U.S.S.R.
Congressman James Scheuer (D-N.Y.) and his wife land in
Stockholm yesterday, after Scheuer was expelled from the Soviet
Union. The Soviets claimed that during his stay Scheuer visited
Russian Jews urging them to leave the country.
ASKS COMPROMISE:
Dayan urges peace,'
talks Uwith Egptans

112 less than three years ago.
Nixon has ordered .a cutback
to 69,000 men by May 1 from
the present total of 150,000.
Secretary of Defense Melvin
Laird announced that Air Force
strength in South Vietnam will be
cut from its present 28.000 to 16,-
000 by May. Officials here said
clone of the four tactical strike
Squadrons nor the rescue and re-
-overy group' would be affected,
but air transport squadrons, psy-
chological warfare: operations
squadrons, and other noncombat
units would be gcut to reduce the
Air Force strength.
Meanwhile, other reports indi-
cate that a major offensive by the
North Vietnameseis being prepar-
ed in the central highlands.
Allied officials report the move-,
ment of Communist tank units
along the Laotian side of the fron-
tier, and the increase of three new
regiments inside South Vietnam.
South Vietnamese and American
commanders believe that the of-
fensive will probably occur dur-
ing President Nixon's trip to the
People's Republic of China n e x t
month.
Some American officers are con-
cerned about the ability of the
South Vietnamese to cope with a
Communist offensive
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By The Associated Press
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
said yesterday that Israel should
clearly signal its intention to com-
promise in peace talks with Egypt
but should stick fast to its refusal
of more concessions before nego-
tiations begin.

be looking for a way out of thel
conflict without war.
Sadat has demanded a prior Is-
raeli commitment to withdrawal
from Egyptian territory and a
partial troop pullback from the
canal as conditions for resumption
of the long stalled talks.

Bhutto asks
removal of
Indian troops
RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (A --
President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto'said
yesterday that he would not sign
any peace treaty if India continues
to remain in the newly independ-
ent. Bangladesh and to hold nearly
100,000 captured Pakistani troops
as hostages.
Bhutto insisted that Bangladesh
remains a part of Pakistan, des-
pite its declaration of Independ-
ence from, West Pakistan.
"It is impossible that India can
force Pakistan to sign anything
while occupying the largest prov-
ince of the country," he said.
Urging the Bengali leader, Shiek
Mujibur Rahman, not to blame
the West Pakistanis for the mili-
tary crackdown in the East, Bhut-
to said if the sheik wanted anyone
else in the West in jail "let him
send us their names."
Bhutto said he wanted talks
with India but they should be
without conditions.
"We will never accept any peace
treaty under pressure. India can
not hold our armed forces as host-
ages. That would solve no prob-
lems. Let us talk in a peaceful
manner."
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DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING'S birthday was observed inj
scattered cities across the nation with commemorative speechesj
and gatherings.-
The governors of Illinois, Connecticut and Virginia and the mayors
of Cincinnati, Philadelphia and Kansas City proclaimed yesterday as
"Martin Luther .King Day," in honor of the slain civil rights leader.,
* * *
MARGRETHE II was officially proclaimed yesterday the new
queen of Denmark in traditional ceremonies in Copenhagen.
Her father, King Frederik IX, died Friday night at the age of 72.

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Dayan's comments came after a Dayan, though, said, "I don't
speech on Thursday by Egypt's think we will retreat from the
President Anwar Sadat. Sadat, Suez Canal as long as there is a
while continuing to insist that war possibility of renewed fighting."
is inevitable, did not reject the "We should be ready to enter
possibility of a negotiated settle- negotiations with Egypt in any
ment. way they want," Dayan said, "and
While stating the Israeli posi- it should be made clear that we
tiln that any concessions should are ready to compromise. From an
objective viewpoint, the chances
come during negotiations, Dayan for negotiations are very good, bet-
said that both sides now seem to ter than in the past."

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