THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, February 14, 1973
Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY
to avert global crisis
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WASHINGTON () - A report
from researchers and businessmen
says the United States must reduce
its consumption of certain r a w
materials and help avert a global
crisis in natural resources.
The report said the industrialized
world and the United States in par-
ticular should begin to slow down
its consumption of highly deplet-
able resources and move toward
greater use of abundant materials.
"As projected demand curves
push up against known reserves, a
global crisis may occur if there is
not a movement toward coopera-
Adult sea otters, weighing 45 tol
100 pounds, gulp the equivalent ofI
a fifth or more of their body weight
in food every day.
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tion in the exploitation and distri-
bution of world resources," the
It said that U.S. resource needs
are virtually certain to increase
and imports will continue to rise.
The developed nations, it said, are
becoming increasingly dependent
an the mineral reserves of devel-1
Issued by the National Commis-
sion on Materials Policy, the re-
port is based on a series of forum
discussions held last year.
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Texas gunmen surrender
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WASHINGTON OP) - The chief
of President Nixon's Secret Serv-
ice bodyguards has been removed:
and two other top officials of the
service are reported heading for
Robert H. Taylor, 46-year-old
chief of Nixon's plain clothes body-
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guard and of uniformed police at
the White House, was transferred
without announcement last Friday
to what is generally regarded as a
Ronald Ziegler, White H o u s e
press secretary, repeatedly denied;
a report that Taylor had been fired
because of continuing disagree-
ments with H. R. Haldeman, Nix-
3n's closest personal aide.
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