-Friday, September 23, 1977--The Michigan Daily
arter's energy plan falters;
eASHINGTON (AP) - In a major
v setback to President Carter's
rgy program, the Senate declined
to 46 last night to. scrap an
ustry-supported plan to deregu-
e new natural gas.
'he crucial test vote wash a clear.
eat for the President's proposal to
tinue federal price controls on gas
I marked the latest in a series of
ws his energy plan has been dealt
T' CAME despite a major, last-
nute lobbying campaign by Carter
I other top administration offi-
epublicans joined with oil-state
nocrats in defeating the adninis-
tion-backed effort to kill the
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the immediate deregulat
produced onshore gas.
Price limits would be
moved from offshoreI
five-year period under tl
Under Carter's plan, f
controls would be retain
$1.45 per - thousand - cul
would be increased to
administration bill, appr
House in August, would
price controls to the nom
ed markets withi ga
THE EFFECT of Thursday's vote
ens. James is to keep alive the industry deregula-
Lloyd Bent- tion proposal,, which is similar to
posal would legislation passed by the Senate in
ident's plan 1975 but rejected by the House.
ion of newly Although the Sehate is still free to
accept the President's plan, this was
e slowly re- viewed by Senate leaders as unlikely.
gas over a Even before the vote, /Carter was
he proposal. reported ready to accept as last-
ederal price resort compromise a measure like
ned, but the one proposed by Sen. Bennett John-
bic - foot lid ston, (D-La.), calling for gradually
$1.75. The removing price controls from gas=
oved by the over a four-year period.
also extend SENATE sources said both the
w unregulat-, President and Vice President Walter
is-producing Mondale had been calling senators
urging them to support such a
compromise if the administration
L HALL position is rejected.
wD. A And presidential spokesman Jody
Powell told reporters, "we're sym-
pathetic to a compromise as opposed
Gas producers contend the price
controls have kept gas prices artifi-
cially lower, discouraging explora-
tion for new gas supplies and
prompting shortages such as those of
SALT treaty exten
WASHINGTON (AP) - The United VANCE acknowledged after his SALT II
States will continue to comply with five-hour meeting with Gromyko at future.
the current strategic arms limitation the State Department that it was SPARKV
agreement after it expires Oct. 3, "likely" the two sides will be unable calling
provided Russia does the same, to reach an agreement to replace the Relation
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance expiring treaty. discuss
informed the Senate yesterday. f "The main issues are still unre- decision
Vance, who resumed SALT nego- solved," he told reporters. deis
tiations with Soviet Foreign Minister Their talks were scheduled to ent is+
Andrei Gromyko here yesterday, resume Friday. In his
revealed the U.S. policy in a letter to unilater
Sen. John Sparkman, chairman of VANCE said in his letter that U.S. these lin
the Senate Foreign Relations Com- officials "considered and rejected In o
mittee. the possibility of a joint U.S.-Soviet quo w
statement" which he said might complet
VANCE SAID the United States raise the question whether an inter- lares it
has informed the Soviet Union of its national agreement was intended. action ix
intention to issue a unilateral policy "W do not intend to enter into n which eo
declaration. W ontitn oetrit n wihe
He said that although the Soviets agreement extending SALT I and the goal
may also issue a statement along the believe that our proposal is consis- tions, pr
same lines it will not constitute an tent with this intent, in substance as exercise
agreement limiting offensive arms well as in form," Vance wrote. Legal
pending the conclusion of a new Vance said the U.S. objective is to been rai
SALT agreement. "maintain the status quo while the nformal
SALT I imposes limits on land- SALT II negotiations are being sional a
based and submarine-launched inter- completed and to complete work on a
continental ballistic missiles.
Friday, Sept. 23, 1977
Director-HUMBER TO SOLAS (1969)
-Passion and politics combine and conflict in this epic span-
ning 70 years of Cuban history, as portrayed through the
lives of three women. The director designates a separate
segment of the film to each of these women to present her
tale. It is a powerful and painful film that is not to be
missed. Spanish, with subtitles.
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Mondale presided over the Senate
as the vote was taken, apparently
ready to cast his vote in case of a tie.
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The Harlem Globetrotters sent'two
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PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) - A caravan with Ag
f tractors, combines and farm Berglan
ucks rolled across the highways of that the
olorado yesterday, driven by farm- Without
s pressing demands that the feder- farmers
government guarantee them at and selli
ast a break-even price for their
The farmers, loosely organized around t
to a group called American Agri- to awa
ulture, headed here for a meeting about 90
CHORUS a county
AUDITIONSI to ther
Orpheus in traveling
the Underworld agriculti
TUES. EVE., SEPT. 27 fleeedwi
Call 665-6074 TODAY Bergla
FOR AN APPOINTMENT Denver
ComiC Opera Guild farmers
agreement within the near
KAN told the Senate he is
a meeting of the Foreign
s Committee Monday to
the matter, since "any
related to the interim agree-
one of critical importance."
letter, Vance said the U.S.
al declaration will follow
der to maintain the status
ile negotiations are being
ed, the United States de-
s intention not to take, any
nconsistent. with the provi-
the Interim Agreement ...
xpires Oct. 3, 1977, and with
s of these ongoing negotia-
'ovided that the Soviet Union
s similar restraint."
and political questions have
ised about whether the gov-
tcan extend the treaty ;even
lly without seeking congres-
frr m ers
riculture Secretary Robert
d, who has held out little hope
ir demands will be met.
favorable federal action, the
say they will stop producing
ng crops on Dec. 14.
ZEN tractors were lined ujp
he runway at Pueblo Airport
it Bergland's arrival and
other farm vehicles - with
o, Kansas, Oklahoma and
cense plates - assembled at
fairground to make the trip
iravans and farm equipment
with homemade signs were
g toward Pueblo. "This is
ure'§ profit" said the hand=
sign on the side of a truck
nd told a news conference in
earlier Wednesday that he
isten carefully to what the
had to say, but indicated
r demands would not be met
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