Thursday, September 23, 1976
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, September 23, 1976 THE MI(21-i!GAN DAILY Page Three
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Ethics Committee quits
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in a statement, "reason has1
finally prevailed and, I hope,:
will prevail against any future
efforts to use congressional co-
ercion against the exercise of
freedom of the press."
THE committee steered away
from making any judgment on
Schorr's claim that the consti-
tutional guarantees of a free
press protected his refusal to
identify his source.
Rep. Albert Quie, (R-Minn.),
said the attempt to prosecute
Schorr would accomplish noth-
ing if locating the source was
still the object.
"What would happen if we
did pursue this? I imagine he
would go to jail," Quie said.
"I've watched other cases of
reporters going to jail and they ture, but she did not say when.
go to jail for a period of time Schorr has been on a leave of
and they still haven't revealed absence with pay during the
their sources when they come inquiry.
CBS NEWS President Richard
Salant also issued a statement
THE MOTION to lift the
subpoenas against Schorr also
lifted them against three other
persons who appeared with him;
in televised hearings Sept. 15.,
They were Aaron Latham of.
New York magazine, who wrote
a foreword to the Village Voice
publication of the House Intel-+
ligence report; Village Voice
publisher Clay Felker, and a
former New York editorial di-
rector, Sheldon Zalaznick.
In New York, a CBS official'
said the network expects to act
on returning Schorr as a full-
time reporter in the near fu-
"CBS News is
action of the
pleased at the
Our manager's gone ape.
Bring in a banana
for a 10% discount on parts.
"Its decision, we believe, is '
a wise one for it helps maintain
a fundamental right and re-
quisite of a free press - the
right to protect the confidential-,
ity of news sources.
"The committee's votes werej
a victory for a cause of a free
press and independent press.
We commend the committee for
recognizing the importance of
so fundamental a principle."
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IN THE MALL
Ypsi strikers: A chilly wait
An elderly pickup truck hauls a gigantic spar e tire across the Interstate Bridge between
Portland and Vancouver, Wash.
Commission warns British
of nuclear power dangers
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"But I'd rather be making
money. I'd like to see the strike
settled, I think everyone would."
PRESENTLY the workers la-
bor nine hours a day five days
a week with two Saturdays in
a row. "It's a bunch of crap,"
The union demand of 12 days
of paid vacations in addition
to the existing average of 32
paid days off, drastically con-
trasts with the company's cur-
When asked if he felt as
strongly about the paid, time-
off demands as the Union ne-
gotiators, picketer Richard
Lewis replied, "No, this is aj
nice plant to work for.
"I FEEL like I'm following
the leader. I'm just going with
what Woodcock says, bless his
your snirrsfrom 7 a.m. to 7
Picketer Keith Lewis said,
while waving at a honking car
passing the plant, thatthe didn't
jmind picketing in the cold
weather: "Since we're on strike
and not working we might as
well picket. It'll soon be snow-
ing, but it will be worth it to
get some strike benefits."
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"The Bottle Bill Proposition"
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LONDON (P) - A royal com-
mission warned Britain against
a major commitment to nu-
clear power for electricity yes-
terday, citing two major rea-
sons - the danger posed by
nuclear wastes and the "en-
tirely credible" possibility that
terrorists could seize material
to build a bomb.
The commission said the en-
vironmental pollution that could
be caused by nuclear power
stations carries "grave poten-
tial implications for mankind"
and urged stepped up research
in alternative power sources
such as tides, wind and sun.
THE REPORT warned there
should be no big nuclear ex-
pansion in Britainuntil there
is a safe way to dispose indefi-
nitely of highly radioactive
wastes. It suggested that some
of the wastes might have to be power in Britain, a pioneer in j
stored for as long as 250,000 exploiting the atom for elec-
years before they are safe. tricity.
The 17-member commission, Nuclear energy as a substi-
which assessed the future of tute for increasingly expensive
atomic energy in Britain, said oil and coal is also a contro-
it would be relatively easy for versial issue in the United'
terrorists to steal enough plu- States, where President Ford
tonium -" enriched uranium to has ordered as major reviewI
make "crude but effective of U. S. nuclear policy, includ-
weapo Plutonium is a by- ing power plants, to be com-
product of conventional nuclear pleted this fall.
power stations. - - ---
"The threat to explode such a
weapon unless certain condi-.-.-.-..j
tions were met would constitute - - -
nuclear blackmail and would - - - -
present any government with an
appalling dilemma," the com- -
mission said in its 200-page re-
port commissioned by the gov- -
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