THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, August 10, 1972
by The Associated Press
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Favoritism charged in
promotion of secretary
LANSING, Mich. (/') - Gov. Glenda McGuire, a former
William Milliken'sstaff is push- Detroiter, has been promoted
ing a 26-year-old black secretary through the capitol ranks from
to lead Michigan's Women's a position in the House finan-
Commission at a yearly salary cial office at $9,422 last Septem-
of over $15,000. ber to temporary executive secre-
tary of the Women's Commission
INFORMATION 71-0700 Former state Sen. N. Lorraine
Beebe, the commission's new
chairwoman, said the legisla-
ture appropriated $38,000 for an
executive secretary and clearical
As a result of her present po-
sition, McGuire has a firm foot
in the door for selection as a
permanent executive secretary,
a post which Beebe said will
pay upwards of $15,000 a year.
As temporary executive secre-
ERT tary', McGuire is working to find
pense-thrillers, has made a com- office space for the commission
tadventireforgoodwatching...' and'is contacting other women's
-700 9:05 organizations across the state
9:00-11:05 for help in establishing commis-
L DYAN Before coming to the capitol
CANNON in September, 1971, McGuire
served asa secretary for the
MetropolitanMortgage Co., 8000
PG 'T o ~Grand River, Dtroit.
That address, along with the
company s phone number, was
unsed by the James Del Rio for
Recorder's Court Judge Com-
mittee. Del Rio.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 10
THE GOVERNMENT YESTERDAY announced the develop-
ment of a new kind of influenza vaccine which promises to do
much to control the widespread disease.
Scientists who worked on the vaccine hope that it will be ready
soon enough to prevent the next major, worldwide flu 'epidemic
expected during the late 1970's.
Tests done with the vaccine have shown it to be completely
effective against the Hong Kong type flu which is commonly
Officials . at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious
Diseases, which announced the new vaccine, said they feel the
greatest importance of the new vaccine and the methods used to
develop it is that this vaccine is the first to be made of living but
toned-down viruses, as distinguished from killed-virus traditionally
used without complete success.
THE NATION'S ENERGY shortage will cost "much patience,
balanced reasoning, research and money" to ease, Tennessee
Valley Authority (TVA> board chairman Aubrey Wagner said
Wagner, speaking before a House Public Works subcommittee,
attributed the current electrical energy "crisis" to the strains
between the attempts to protect the environment and the "obligation
to meet the growing energy demands necessary for preserving and
improving the total quality of human life."
Wagner said TVA expects no power shortages in the next few
years, but added that other areas have shortages or anticipate them
WORKING DRAFTS OF three studies, which presidential
nominee George McGovern said have been suppressed, will be
released by the White House Council on Environmental Quality
the council said yesterday.
The studies, concerning energy, recycling and pollution of the
Delaware River Valley, were reportedly not made public in the coun-
cil's annual report because they were not complete.
Council member Gordon McDonald said, "We were not satisfied
they met the professional standards we strive for."
Yesterday McGovern had accused the White House of suppressing
the reports until the elections in November. He said, "locking up the
energy study especially raises legitimate concern whether Mr. Nixon
is again covering up for the oil industry at everyone else's expense."
White House press secretary Ronald Ziegler said Nixon had no
contact with the draft of the energy report and that it had not been
FIGURES NOW IN on Tropical Storm Agnes mark it as the
main catastrophe in a year which has already chalked up some
32 major natural disasters.
According to the Office of Emergency Preparedness (OEP),
.Agnes caused 118 deaths and more than $3 billion in property damage,
affecting a total of 233 counties and cities in seven states. Over
500,000 people suffered losses.
OEP Director George Lincoln said that over $2.2 billion in
federal and private relief, most in the form of grants and loans,
will be provided to help repair the damage done in Agnes' June 16-23
However, that does not include massive expenditures by states,
local governments and individuals, or money that may be provided
later for urban renewal and industrial development.
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