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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, Jonuary 19, 1973

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, January 19, 1973

News Briefs
THE NEW NIXON BUDGET will cut deeply into job, housing,
health, and social programs in every city, the U.S. conference of
mayors warned yesterday.
The conference was joined by the National League of Cities in a
warning to 2500 city officials around the country. The warning stated
that President Nixon declined an urgent request to meet with con-
ference representatives on the cuts "because of his work load in pre-
paration of the budget."
A prediction that the spending cutbacks "can be a fiscal, economic
and political disaster" has been distributed to members by the National
Association of Counties in its monthly bulletin.
Administration sources confirm privately that the domestic spend-
ing cutbacks in the fiscal 1974 budget, to be sent to Congress on Jan.'
29; will exceed most early estimates.
* * * *
THE FIRST GOVERNMENT WITNESS in the Pentagon Papers
trial testified yesterday in Los Angeles that the Defense Depart-
ment hurriedly organized a .task force to determine whether the
publicized papers related to national defense.
The information was elicited by the defense on cross-examination
in the first day of testimony at the trial of Daniel Ellsberg andj
Anthony Russo.
Frank Bartimo, an assistant general counsel at the Department of
Defense, admitted under questioning from defense attorney Charles
Nesson that he had ordered the department's analysis of whether the
secret papers related to national dlefense.
* * * *
THE LARGESTCIVIL RIGHTS SETTLEMENT in the nation's
history was signed Thursday by the American Telephone and Tele-
graph Co., providing increased pay and advancement opportunities
for women and minorities.
The $38 million pact with the Department of Labor and the Equal
Employment Opportunities Commission provides that AT&T - the
largest private employer in the country - make lump sum pay-
ments totalling $15 million to 5,000 workers who the EEOC had claim-
ed were victims of "pervasive and systematic" discrimination.
Another $23 million per year will go into wage adjustments aimed
at raising women and minority males to equal standing with white
males in similar jobs.
* ,' * *
BRANIFF. INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES has been operating
a round trip jet charter flight system this week between Los
Angeles and Washington for a nonexistent organization attending
the inauguration ceremonies.
The airline assured the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB), who had
waived its rules for the flight, that, all the passengers would be
persons of blood or marriage relationship to the Ryan and Nixon fam-
dlies.
A letter from CAB Secretary Harry Zink to Braniff's legal repre-
sentatives here, granting the waiver because of "special and unusual
circumstances," was made public today.-
However, the flight from Los Angeles was operated Wednesday,;
Braniff said. The return flight is scheduled for Jan. 21.
The $20,867.76 charter contract was executed with the Inaugural
Committee 1973.
Major companies predict
imminent fuel shortage
WASHINGTON (A) - The com- mercial suppliers of fuel already
panies that move the nation's are reducing deliveries for trucks,
freight warned yesterday that fuel trains, planes, mass transit and
shortages could force Interrup- inter-city buses, and water car-
tions or elimination of service be- riers - in most cases without
fore the end of the month. adequate advance notice.j
The public transportation indus- "Major carriers of all modes,
tries jointly appealed to the White most of them holding contracts
House Office of Emergency Pre- with principal fuel suppliers, are
paredness (OEP) for immediate in an alarming number of cases
government action to assure fuel suddenly being allotted 20 to 40
supplies at least sufficient to pre- per cent less fuel than they re-
vent predicted serious stoppages ceived in the comparable period
or curtailments of essential freight of 1972, despite increases in serv-
and passenger services. ice demands this year," the as-
sociations said in a statement.
received the urgent message from "Numerous carriers are being
the American Trucking Associa- notified by suppliers that their

2 appointees confirmed

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WASHINGTON {3) - T h e
Senate confirmed two of Presi-
dent Nixon's Cabinet appointee
yesterday amid indications that
action on four more would be
delayed until after Saturday's
presidential inaugural.
By voice vote, it approved the
nominations of Frederick Dent

as secretary of commerce and
Claude Brinegar as secretary of
transportation.
The Senate also confirmed
Egil Krogh as the new undersec-
retary of transportation a n d
John Whitaker as undersecretary
of interior. Both were White
House aides during Nixon's first.
term.

Dent, a South Carolina textile
executive, succeeds Peter Peter-
son in the commerce spot. Peter-
son is leaving the government.
Brinegar, who has been a sen-
ior vice president of the Union
Oil Co. of California, is replac-
ing John Volpe, who has been
nominated to be ambassador to
Italy.
Sen. Harold Hughes (D-Iowa)
has blocked action until next
week on Elliot Richardson, who
is scheduled to become secre-
tary of defense, and several sen-
ators including Hughes are hold-
ing up the nomination of Caspar
Weinberger as secretary of
health, education and welfare.
Hearings on the nomination of
New York labor leader Peter
Brennan to be secretary of la-
bor, began yesterday before the
Labor Committee w i t h civil
rights and other groups testify-
ing against him.
Earlier, Republican Leader
Hugh Scott said it will not re-
flect any credit on the Senate if
Democrats hold up confirmation
of President Nixon's Cabinet ap-
pointees just "for the sake of
politics."
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(See story in News Briefs.)
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sions of scientists and lawyers
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agencies, and commercial organi-
zations at the New York Acad-
emy of Sciences.
The meeting also produced
sharp criticism of the Food and
Drug Administration, FDA's top
officials were invited to attend
the meeting but failed to appear.
Dr. Charles Edwards, FDA
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ed for not supporting the Delaney
clause.
An FDA spokesman said t h e
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of the scientific discusion. The
spokesman said Edwards believ-
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allow the FDA any flexibility in
implementing the law. Edwards
also believes the clause should be
explored in the scientific c o m-
munity before any debate in Con-
gress on changing it, the spokes-
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believes the clause unfairly re-
stricts the industry's use of food
additives. The food industry be-
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man or animal, or if it is found,
after tests which are appropriate
for the evaluation of the safety of
food additives, to induce cancer
in man or animal . ..

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