Friday, April 18, 1975
From Wire Service Reports
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Food Day fare
A soybean taco lunch in Utah, a farmer's market in Kentucky
Vand a day-long fast in Connecticut highlighted Food Day ob-
servances yesterday as Americans tried to learn more about
what they eat and how it's produced.
Food Day was sponsored on a nationwide basis by the Center
for Science in the Public Interest, of Washington, D.C., and was
coordinated at the local level by a wide variety of organizations
ncluding consumer groups, college students and charitable
THE DRIVE was designed to focus attention on problems of
unger and nutrition around the world and to help Americans
nderstand what they are getting for their food dollar.
Several sponsors withdrew support from the campaign in a pro-
t over statements by Food Day organizers condemning the
se of chemical fertilizers and urging people to boycott the
"Terrille Ten" - a list of 10 food items allegedly lacking in nu-
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fficials request 'babylift' halt
WASHINGTON (M -- Federal immigration officials are re-
questing an immediate, temporary halt to the "Operation Baby-
lift" bringing Vietnamese and Cambodian children to the United
THEY SAID their request Wednesday stemmed from "irregu-
arities" and legal questions arising from the transfer of the
children. U.S. and social welfare officials said many of the
children who arrived from Cambodia at Dulles International
irport Wednesday lacked proper documents to show they were
rphans eligible for evacuation.
Many of the children said they have parents in Phnom Penh
ho loaded them on the U.S.-bound flight, officials said.
RALEIGH, N.C .(P) - T he'
proposed Equal Rights Amend-
ment (ERA) has been rejected
by the North Carolina House,
apparently ending any chance
that it will become a part of
the U.S. Constitution this year.
The House gave the proposed)
amendment tentative a mrnvaI
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on a vote of 60 to 58 Tuesday,
Swish n spit but when it came up for final
No, it's not the mumps. This Andover, Conn., kindergartener passagedon Wednesday, it was
is merely rinsing her mouth with a fluoride treatment as part voted down on a 62 to 57 vote.
of a weekly program in the Andover elementary school to E
prevent tooth decay. Begun in March, the program was in- ONE OF the legislators who
y. , proramwasin- switched, Rep. Myrtle W i s e-
stituted because of the town's unflouridated water supply. man, a former country and wes-
__--_-__ - tern singer, buried her head in,
WELFARE CHEATERS: her arms and wept after cast-!
ing her "no" vote in a quav.'r-
Ant o e eShe said the pressure froml
the constituents of her rural,
mountainous district had forced
Washtenaw County welfare "THE NEEDY will not be her to change her mind. She was
cheaters will be given a chance penalized by the threatened loss the only one of the House's 13
to avoid prosecution if theyi of federal funds" if this is suc- women to oppose the amend-
turn themselves in during the cessful,"O ettle said.t s ment which would ban discrim-
next 30 days, it was announced ination on the basis of sex.
yesterday. 4ettle said that repayment
terms will be worked out for NORTH Carolina, Florida,
Kenneth Oettle, Washtenaw those who were overpaid or who Missouri and Illinois were four
County social services director,i were ineligible for welfare states in which ERA supporters
is hopeful that the moratorium, funds were hoping for favorable votes
coupled with a review of all Washtenaw County will join in 1975. With North Carolina
3,550 cases in the county, will several other counties through- lost, there appears to be no
result in the elimination of fraud out the state in compliance with chance the amendment will be
and error. a request from the State De- ratified by the necessary three-
armen ofr ocial Services for ourths, or 38, of the states this!
the moratorium. ya
THE MICHIGAN DAILl Washtenaw County Prosecutor Thus far, 34 states have an-
Volume LXXXV, No. 159 William Deihay will cooperate prvthe famendmnte bv tw-,
Friday, April 18, 1975 with the cheaters but could not proved the amendment, but two,
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