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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, November 15, 1974

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY'S
OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE
PRESENTS
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WASHINGTON (P) - The top White House of-
ficial on drug policy is about to announce op-
position to criminal penalties for marijuana
use, informed administration officials said yes-
terday.
The sources said the official, Dr. Robert Du-
Pont, will continue to advocate public programs
that discourage use of the drug but will argue'
that "people shouldn't be put through the crimi-
nal process for possession" of small quantities
of marijuana.
DUPONT is director of the White House Spe-
cial Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention
and head of the National Institute on Drug
Abuse. He is to address the annual conference of
the National Organization for Reform of Mari-
juana Laws (NORML) here today.
The sources said DuPont, in his appearances
next week at a news conference and before the
Senate, will issue "a very carefully balanced
statement" that explains his position on the
legal issues while at the same time discussing
new medical evidence that indicates long-term
use of marijuana can be dangerous.
The sources characterized the speech as "the
beginning of a process" intended to divorce the.
Ford administration from former President
Richard Nixon's refusal to consider reforming
marijuana laws.

"THERE ARE no plans now to recommend
legislation in this area," the sources said, but
they indicated that is the direction DuPont
hopes the issue will take.
President Ford in the past has opposed out-
right legalization of marijuana but has indi-
cated he has an open mind on the issue of re-
moving legal penalties against users.
In 1972, the National Commission on Mari-
juana and Drug Abuse recommended repeal of
all jail terms and fines for, private marijuana
smoking but not for its cultivation or sale.
NIXON AT first deferred commenting on the
findings but eventually rejected the report.
The first public indication that the Ford ad-
ministration was prepared to shift its policy to-
ward marijuana came in remarks at a news
conference by Atty. Gen. William Saxbe in Mia-
mi this week.
The attorney general said he would "wel-
come a change in the marijuana laws, but not
for hard drugs. If the state legislatures and the
Congress see fit, I'm not going to fight it.
Sources at the White House indicated Ford
is aware of what DuPont plans to say, but they
didn't expect Ford to have any comment on the
issue immediately.

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on VP, ec
{Continued from Page I)
on the Rockefeller nomination
and on his economic program.
FORD SAID he did not fore-
see a situation in which Ameri-
can life-styles would have to go
backwards - but "I think we
may have to tighten our belts
a little bit."
In that context, Ford said he
hopes voluntary measures
would lead to needed savings
in energy consumption. At the
same time, he held out the pos-
sibility that if this course fails,
there may have to be manda-
tory curbs.

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Although he did not specify
what might be done, he did
flatly say that a gasoline tax
increase is not on any proposed
administration blueprint.
FORD PREFACED the ques-
tion-and-answer session' with a
speech in which he declared
that it is time for Congress to
"fish or cut bait" on the Rocke-
feller nomination he presented
86 days ago.
His appearance came hoursj
after Rockefeller concluded twoi
days of second-round testimony
before the Senate Rules Com-
mittee, testimony dominated by
questions about his generous
gifts to his associates and about
his role in promoting an unfav-
orable campaign biography of a
one-time opponent for governor
of New York.
Ford said he remains con-
vinced "that Rockefeller is the
right man for the job and I am
anxious to have him as a work-
ing partner in the government."
HE SAID the country needs a
vice president now.
Ford also said he will propose
to Congress in January amend-
ments to the 25th Amendment,
to set reasonable deadlines for
action on a vice presidential
nomination. Under this plan,
Ford said, if the deadline
passed without action, Congress
would be required to begin con-
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sideration of an alternative
nominee.
But Ford said in response to
a question that he has no inten-
tion of withdrawing Rockefel-
ler's nomination if it is not ap-
proved by the time the current,
93rd Congress, adjourns. Con-
gress is reconvening for a lame
duck session Monday, and pro-
bably will quit late next month.
"THERE ARE no conditions
that I can imagine or know of
under which I would withdraw
dGov. wRockefeller's name,"
Ford said, "I think he's the
most qualified person to be vice
president."
As he began, so Ford conclud-
ed, with a plug for Rockefeller.
The latter statement came as
Ford acknowledged a mistake
in the nomination of Andrew
Gibson to be head of the Feder-
al Energy Office.
Gibson withdrew after disclo-
sure that he was getting, more
than $800,000 in severance pay
for a corporation with oil in-
terests.
Ford said that won't happen
again because the White House
henceforth will announce that
a man is under consideration,
then have him fully checked out
before formally submitting a
nomination.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXV, No. 62
Friday, November 15, 1974
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COOKIN' WITH MAMA
THE WINE YOU CAN EAT.
Dear Akadama Mama, ( i )Place over low heat and stir
Did you know you're .:constantly until gelatin dis-
selling your wine short. It's solves (about 3 minutes'
much more than the wine Then add Akadama
you can mix-it'sthe _'9Plum, sugar and
wine you can eat. The 00 lemon juice and
other night my old lady chill until firm.
took some pineapple AKADAMA PLUM &
dessert topping and CINNAMON APPLE
stirred in some of GELATIN
your Akadama Plum and Add 4 tablespoon of
then poured it over pound cake and choco- cinnamon to regular plum gelatin when
late ice cream. It tasted so good my teeth you add the Akadama Plum. Then just add
still hurt. Jim 1 cup of cooked apples when the gel
reaches the syrupy stage.
Dear Jim, AKADAMA PLUM & ORANGE OR
Your letter was truly inspirational. PINEAPPLE OR BOTH GELATIN

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Your super idea about eating Akadama
Plum really got our greedy taste buds
flying and before the day was over we
recipied ourselves into Plum Paradise.
Thank you.
HTBTFPOCTEAP, TGWWTNPF
(How to be the first person on campus to
eat Akadama Plum, the grape wine with the
natural plum flavor.)
AKADAMA PLUM CAKE
1 package yellow cake mix. 1 package.
vanilla instant pudding mix. 4 eggs. cup
oil. 3 cup Akadama Plum. Combine all
ingredients, mix or beat 5 minutes then

Add some diced orange
or pineapple or both to
regular plum gelatin
when the gel reaches
syrupy stage.
HOW TO HELP PASS
THE TIME WHILE
YOU'RE WAITING
Treat yourself to
some of that opened
bottle of Akadama
Plum straight or with
rocks or soda or tonic
water or 7UP or cola or

. " ,a akadayw
PLUM
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