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Page 10-Wednesday, July 25, 1979-The Michigan Daily
Study advises trucking decontrol
LANSING (UPI) - Relaxed controls report "an excellent analysis of the legislature or make changes itself," The committee suggested, howeve
on Michigan's in-state trucking could trucking system." But he said the Demlow said. "I don't know the details that certain segments of the industry
have substantial benefits on much of commission would wait until it receives now." particularly household movers, requir
the industry, a study by a special Public opinions from the trucking industry and The report recommends the PSC in- some regulation to protect consumers.
Service Commission (PSC) committee others before acting on the recommen- stitute phased deregulation of the "CONDITIONS IN significant po
has concluded. dations. state's intrastate haulers and allow free tions of the motor carrier industry ar
PSC Chairman Daniel Demlow said "IN THE MONTHS ahead the PSC competition to control most of the in- such that greater competition, an
yesterday he considers the 250-page will make recommendations to the dustry. much less regulation, would resulti
significant improvements," the si:
H o u JOJ, * month study concluded.
oubu lsthn uarnen inent Among the study's proposals werelii
Continuedromagead asinaeebtting some restrictions which now forc
monuuedfro rae nand passionate debate lasting four both PSC-regulated carriers and thos
of us supporta segregation. . . . But hours-eultd arer ndto
state and local government, the federal bfusn shas incresdgacial . an- Paurrs- icel(DM. adh exempt from regulations to return froi
legislative process and our federal busing has increasedrreDieett o-eRep. ell (D-Md.) saidueettrips with empty trailers, improve
court systems," Carter wrote in a letter tagonism. It has, been counterproduc- opposed the smendment because he rate standards and allowing som
to Rep. Peter Rodino, chairman of the tive in every sense. ,, feared it would reopen old wounds. carriers to expand the scopec
House Judiciary Committee. Rep. L. A. Skip Bafalis (RFla.) PASSAGE OF the amendment would agricultural products they are permi
Rep. Ronald Mottl (D-Ohio), the also endorsed the amendment, noting "unleash some forces in this country ted to haul.
author of the amendment, maintained that Congress has voted repeatedly on that God knows should not -be un- While some of the recommendatio
that busing has been a failure and "an other bills in an effort to tie the hands of leashed again," he said. "The best and dedl with demands made by indepe:
obstacle, not an aid, to quality federal agencies that might impose the worst of America came out during dent truckers during their June shu
education. The public is fed up with busing. "This Congress says over and the civil rights movement and the best down, the PSC does not regulate thos
social engineering by an imperious over and over again, there shall be no prevailed." carriers. The commission has jurisdi
judiciary while the Congress stands busing. But our imperial judiciary Rep. Mendel Davis (D-S.q.) urged his tion over firms which engage in shit
idly by." overrules us." colleagues to consider "the welfare of ping within and between municipalitif
REP. BOB BAUMAN (R-Md.) sup- But both Democrats and Republicans the children" and not the emotions of in Michigan.
ported the amendment, saying : "None opposed the amendment in a colorful their parents.

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'U' prof looks at Mideast after Israeli trip
(Continued from Page 3) Tanter said conference speakers Union of fomenting terrorism, because Islam is growing in important
has an "awareness that Israel couldn't suggested "exposing the Soviet's role" it doesn't want to irritate the Soviet dividuals," Tanter said, "secul
be destroyed." in terrorism as a way of stopping the Union," Tanter said, adding that the may be fading."
Tanter added that Kawasma said he problem. U.S. would rather pave the way for HE CITED three phases o
now believes individual Jews should be Tanter also explained the Arab role in detente instead of causing friction. East politics discussed during
allowed to live on the West Bank, but facilitating terrorism. He said net- Tanter cited Unita, a right-wing ference. The first, Tanter sai(
Jewish settlements there should be works exist between terrorist groups. Angolan group which tried to overthrow servative monarchy, such a
banned. "This appeals to people looking For example, he said, Iraq provided Angola, as an example of a terrorist before Nasser's 1952 take-ov(
for moderation," Tanter said. funds to the PLO, which provided fun- group aided by the United States. He Nasser assumed power,
The anti-terrorism conference's topic ds to the Sandinistas in Nicaragua. said Unita at one time was supported by nationalism, the second trenc
was the Soviet Union's involvement in "The Soviet Union and the United funds from Zaire, which obtained the Now, Tanter said, radical nat
international terrorism, said Tanter. States provide direct aid to terrorist money from the Central Intelligence is giving way to a new form
He drew a distinction between groups," said Tanter. Agency. nment: the religious state, su
"Marxist" terrorists, who act because THE SOVIET'S role in terrorism is The conference on Islam examined Ayatollah Khomeini's gover
they believe they can change the con- not well-known, Tanter continued. the political implications of the Iran.
ditions of the world, and "Dostoevsky" "America doesn't accuse the Soviet renaissance of that religion. "Since
terrorists, who take a strategic ap-
proach to terrorism.
TANTER SAID he believes the Israel raids Lebanon base
"Soviet Union is a hanger-on to inter-
national terrorism." He explained that (ConinuedfromPage5) Waldheim that Israel would accept a troop withdrawal. He made
terrorists do not depend on the Soviet league Secretary-General Hedi al- multinational force only if all nations ment in Cairo after a two-hour
Union as arms suppliers, but instead Kleibi of Tunisia. participating have normal diplomatic with Israeli opposition leader
depend on what the terrorists want. He In the Sinai town of Abu Rudeis, relations with his country. If a force Peres, the official Middle E
said that if the terrorists are trying to Egyptian and Israeli negotiators met to cannot be organized, he said, Israel and Agency said.
overthrow a democratic country, it is complete arrangements for today's the United States should resume Intensive contacts continued
because they do not want to-participate handover of 2,400 square miles by negotiations to find another way. Jerusalem and Washington to
in the government. If, on the other Israel to Egypt. It is the second of five Egyptian President Anwar Sadat an international force to occu
hand, they are attempting to overthrow stages in a withdrawal plan that will yesterday said Egypti, Israel, and the zones and inspect frontline1
a non-democratic nation, they usually return two-thirds of the area captured United States "will soon reach and Israeli forces, ensuring.
are reacting to a situation where free in 1967 to Egypt by January. agreement" on supervising the Israeli handover.
speech is prohibited. The handover is expected to go
without a hitch despite Israeli warnings

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BLUM TOLD a U.N. news conference
after an hour-long meeting with
RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE
SUMMER PLAYERS PRESENT
BERTOLT BRECHT'S
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nenaie leaders pian'uo
delay 'windfall profits' tax
(Continued from Page 1)
ce to look into the budgetary im- fuels.
plications of a costly, crash program to The main features of the proposal in-
develop synethetic fuels. clude the following:
The task force is expected to take the " The corporation would be indepen-
month of August to do its work, and dent, federally chartered, with a 12-yer
Byrd said he has dropped plans to can- life and a goal of stimulating the
cel part of the recess as a result. development of synthetic fuel produc-
Meanwhile, the Senate Energy tion reaching 2,5 million barrels a day
Committee arranged to meet later in by 1990.
the day in an effort to complete work on " To provide its various types of
a Carter proposal to create an Energy financial support, the corporation could
Mobilization Board, which would have borrow up to $88 billion from the federal
authority to cut through red tape to Treasury, in four $22 billion chunks
speed development of high priority spaced 18 months apart. The Treasury
energy projects. loans would be repaid from an Energy
IN ANOTHER development, the Security Trust Fund, fed by revenues
Energy Department made public Car- from the "windfall profits" tax on oil
ter's "specifications" for the Energy companies.
Security Corporation, proposed as a " The corporation could sell up to $5
means by which the government would billion in small denomination bonds to
reduce the risk .investors would be ' the ' public, to help finance its
asked'to fake in developing synthetic operations.

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