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Thursday, October 23,-1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Thur.d.y, October 23, 197 THMIHIGNDL aceThree

Mother says Quinlan

Lifting

a quarter-ton

of

rock might trouble Kari
Thompson of Flagstaff, Ari-
zona. But this 35 pound
hunk of leftover insulation
- poses no problems what-
so-ever. The ten year old
found the material after a
construction team exited a
site at Northern Arizona

'hated linerin death
I MORRISTOWN, N. J. (P) - daughter s a i d, "Mommy, mony, arguing that it
The adoptive mother of Karen please don't ever keep me alive set a dangerous precede
Anne Quinlan testified yester- with any extraordinary means allow a person to die bas
day that her daughter request- or in any way that I could not statements they made1
ed she not be kept alive by "ex- live to the fullest." they became ill.
traordinary" means should she ",
ever be suffering a lingeringsICAN'T BELIE
death. ~~~she loved life; life was verypesncndawyw
Karen Quinlan has been important to her," Ms. Quinlan own life with a statement,
said. "But the way she lived David Baime, deputy at
coma since April 14 when she life was very important, too." gal.
took a combination of drugs and Ms. Quinlan and her husband, eral
alcohol. Doctors have testified Joseph, a supervisor in a phar- Although he felt the
the 21 year old coed lies emaci- maceutical firm, have asked a ments were immaterial t'
ated and paralyzed in her hos- Superior Court judge to name case, Daniel Coburn, Qui
pital bed with hands and feet them guardians of their daugh- .temporary court - app
drawn up in a fetal position. ter and allow them to turn off guardian, said, "I want tc
Her adoptive mother, Julia her respirator. Doctors have it because this is probab
Quinlan, testified yesterday described her condition as "ve- only time in this case we'
that she and Karen several. getative" and have said she ing to hear what KarenI
times discussed procedures that has no hope of recovering as a
kept dying people lingering and normal human being. say."
Karen expressed distaste for Attorneys for the hospital,
those procedures. The state- the state and Karen Quinlan's l1EeC.Type r
4ments were prompted by il- doctors objected to the testi-
nesses suffered by friends and -- --- - Ita1S
relatives, some who had can- An estimated 1,100 died when / L $2"
cer. dynamite trucks exploded at aT ruversity Cel
AP Photo Julia Quinlan testified her Cali. Colombia. Aug. 7, 1956.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVI, No. 43,
Thursday, October 23, 1975
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ASKS NEW FTC INQUIRY:
Broader oil probe
crucial, judge says

C

="Sale positively e
WARE HOUSE

ends Saturday, Oct.25

WASHINGTON (M - The
Federal Trade Commission
should consider dropping its an-
titrust action against the na-
tion's eight major oil companies
and launch a new broad - scale
investigation of the industry,
a federal administrative law
judge has recommended.
Judge Alvin Berman said the
energy crisis, "one of the most
crucial issues this nation has
ever faced," has arisen since
the complaint was filed in July,
1973 and therefore cannot be
dealt with in the proceeding.
One FTC official who request-
ed anonymity expressed outrage
that "courtesy copies" of Ber-
man's recommendations had
been circulated within the pe-
troleum industry before an of-
ficial copy reached the commis-
sion Wednesday.
THE FEDERAL COMPLAINT
had accused Exxon, Gulf, Shell,
Texaco, Mobil, Atlantic Rich-
field, Standard Oil of California
and Standard Oil of Indiana of
artificially jacking up consum-
er prices and company profits.
It charged that they monopo-
lized the flow of oil from the
well to the gas pump, enabling
them to shut out competing in-
dependent stations when sup-
plies were scarce.
The FTC's Bureau of Compe-
tition said it wanted to turn
over 40 to 60 per cent of the
major companies, refining ca-
pacity to 10 to 13 newly created
firms, require divestiture of pe-

troleum pipelines and limit fu-
ture acquisitions and joint ven-
tures.
There was no immediate FTC
reaction to Berman's recom-
mendations, which are not bind-
ing on the commission. A know-
ledgeable source said, however,
that the Bureau of Competition
could be expected to fight with-
drawal of the antitrust com-
plaint.
B E R MA N questioned
Iwhether it would be wise to go
forward with a case that might
result in major restructuring of
the petroleum industry without
being coordinated with a na-
tional energy policy.
The thrust of the antitrust
action would be to drive down
consumer oil prices, the judge
said in his 16-page statement.
-But he noted that "many advo-
cate a public policy of allowing
higher prices and profits .
with the twofold objective of en-
couraging energy exploration
and production on the one hand
and discouraging energy con-
sumption on the other."
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