THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, February 9, 1974
THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Saturday, February 9, 1974
Court dismisses tape suit
(Continued from Page 1) 1 Gesell said, "would immediately
demonstrated to the court's satis- generate considerable publicity"
faction that the committee has a and possibly bolster claims that it
pressing need for the subpoenaed would be impossible to find an un-
tapes or that further public hear-, biased jury for any future Water-
ings before the committee con- gate trials.
cerning the content of those tapes IN A RELATED development,
will at this time serve the public the White House acknowledged yes-
interest." terday that presidential Press Sao-
Gesell noted that all five tapes, retary Ronald Ziegler had appear-
conversations between the Presi- ed voluntarily before one of the
dent and John Dean, had been Watergate grand juries on Thurs-
given to Jawor'ski for use as grand day and had answered all ques-
jury evidence. tions. A spokesman would give no
Public disclosure of the tapes, further details.
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Truckers reject govt.
(Continued from Page 1) T from leaders of the protest indi-
cated that no wholesale return to
ANOTHER participant in the the road was in the offing.
talks, Pennsylvania Gov. Milton "There has been no agreement,"
Shapp, got a chilly reception yes- said Mike Parkhurst, editor of a
terday when he attemped to sell trucking magazine and a strike
the package to drivers gathered at leader. "The shutdown continues."
a truck stop in Bartonsville, Fla. J. W. "River Rat" Edwards,
Shapp telegrammed President another strike leader, said in Kan-
Nixon expressing strong dissatis- sas City: "I think we are a long'
faction with Saxbe's intent to in- way from ending this, mess. As
vestigate civil action against strik-
ers, and he told the assembled
About 125 drivers listened as Project pro
Shapp, a former truck driver, de-;
scribed the agreement as the best
possible under the circumstances (Continued from Page 1)
and said: "You've taken a giant ANOTHER STATE grant already
step forward." funds the v o Ii c e department's
long as the government re
talk sense, we won't either
THE AGREEMENT was
at truckers' meetings held
day and yesterday at loca
M i s s o u r i, Connecticut,
Florida, Minnesota, Delawa
zona, and North and South
Roy Woodworth, whos
spoke for independents in1
fuses to marck, N.D., area, said of the
negotiators: "They didn't hold out
long enough. They sold out.."
rejected The settlement reached in Wash-
[ Thurs- ington included a government
tions in promise of all the diesel fuel the
Illinois, drivers needed, an immediate sur-
ire, Ari- charge on freight rates to make
Dakota. up for recent fuel price hikes and
said he the promise of future increases in
the Bis- freight rates.
)blems raise debate
LECTURE SERIES presents
DR. HUNTER S. THOMPSON
Journalist, Author: "Fear and Loathing on
the Campaign Trail"
TUES., Feb. 12, 3 p.m.-odm. $1
HILL AUDITORIUM, Ann Arbor
TICKETS: Michigan Union Ticket Desk
and at the door
info: 763-1107 (coming Feb. 21 : Margaret Mead)
DRIVER EDWARD Cherkoski re-
sponded: "You did a wonderful
job for us, but we can't accept
this agreement. It's all right for a
three-year-old kid, but we're grown
men with families . . . Why can't
the government cut taxes on fuel?
We want a rollback and we want it
Before Shapp's arrival at the
truck stop, Cherkoski's group, rep-
resenting about 600 drivers, and
groups in Allentown, Pa., and
Columbia County voted to reject
President Nixon's chief labor
aide, W. J. Usery, and Leonard,
Fleet, one of the negotiators forI
the truckers, predicted drivers,
would accept the agreement reach-1
ed early Thursday morning.
"community service officer," a
part-time employe who is, described
by the department as serving a
The department says the com-
munity services officer has met
several times with North Maple,
Park residents and Housing Com-
mission officials. But the people
who live in the housing project say
they have never seen or heard of
school, . . . many have dropped money for improving the physical
out, -and in other cases they are condition of the project's houses,
in need of a father figure." and possibly reserving one of the
houses for a "community center."
ONE INTERESTING idea offer- On this idea Garret adds, "The
ed by Garrett is to provide tutors houses there are so ugly and the
for North Maple Park high school whole area looks so deteriorated,
and junior high-level youths. This that it's no wonder the North Maple
conceivably could be done by the Park residents have so little coin-
University through a program such munity pride."
as Project Community. Garrett further notes that the
Project Community is a caurse residents of North Maple Park
in the Psychology department :hat should take some role in solving
awards University students coilege their problems.
credit for tutoring and supervising One project resident recently
public school students from vari- echoed the feelings of his neighbors
ous areas in Ann Arbor. on that matter: "We're the ones
BUT THE PATTERN of voting
J~ by truckers' groups and statements
MOST RECENTLY, the Peace ' who have to live out here. Why
-Neighborhood Center (PNC) re- GARRETT'S OTHER suggestions can't we make more of, the deci-
quested $8000 from the city to fi- for North Maple Park include more sio ?
nance a "teen center" for North --_ __
Maple Park. PNC, an organization
Council of Churches, is seeking to
make the planned center a con-
gregating place for young people # "
in the project. 1 i nin SY tem
The center, according to PNC
wspokespersons, w o u l d seek to
"wean those teens involved in de- (Continued from Page 1) Majority Leader Mike Mansfield
linquency away from 'the streets'"sadyteay heSnehs
through counseling. But the city, Guardsmen to open the closed sta- sa esteay the te e as
like the state, faces a severe fi- tions if the operators refuse. Act- scheduled a vote on the legislation
nance squeeze and hopes are not ing under emergency powers he -
high for PNC's request. received last year, Moore had or- In New Jersey, Byrne acted un-
dered an odd-even sales system im- der powers he received in emer-
HOUSING Commissioner Racine plemented in the five counties gency legislation he signed Mon-
Garrett warns that too great an Wednesday. day. Byrne said he has been told
emphasis on counseling programs' OREGON implemented its odd- by federal authorities his state will
for North Maple Park may be un- even plan in January, and a man- get an emergency gasoline alloca-
.:;I ---V-nI- L ion this month.wiecltrod-vnpnWO eie.
Extra carein engineering...it makes a big difference in small cars.
THE SMALL CAR
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wise. datory odd-even plan took effect
"The problem at North Maple in much of Hawaii last week. IN ADDITION to restricting days
Park won't be solved by merely Voluntary odd-even plans are to when motorists may buy g'asoline,
throwing in a few counselors,' Gar- go into effect Monday in Massa- Byrne said service station dealers
rett says. "The problem is much chusetts, New York and Washing will be prohibited from selling fuel
greater than that." ton. Maryland officials had planned to motorists who have a half tank
She is critical of the "lubricat- to implement the system there on of gasoline or more, and it will be
ing" emphasis of the existing pro- Monday, but it has been delayed Pt illegal to tamper with gas tank
grams, noting, "There's so many least until Tuesday for a public gauges to obtain more fuel.
counselors, they practically social- hearing. Service station operators or mo-
work you to death." As states and local communities torists who fail to comply with the
She explains, "The kids at Nor'h cmutisnew regulations will be liable to
Maple Park have more basic needs acted on their own, attempts to fines of $1,000 for the first offense,
than just recreation. In many pass emergency legislation remain- $5,000 for the second, and $10,000
cases they are doing poorly in ed stalled in Washington. Senate'for any subsequent violations.
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