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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, May 14. 1971,

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, May 14. 1971

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UPHOLDS HOUSE VOTE
Senate unit backs SST funding

WASHINGTON (AP) - A Sen-
ate panel yesterday endorsed
the House passed revival of the
American supersonic transport
(SST) amid reports that renewal
of the program might cost U.S.
taxpayers up to $1 billion.
The Senate Appropriations
Committee voted 13 to 7 to re-
ject a bid by Sen. William Prox-
mire, (D-Wis.), to delete the
$85 million in SST funds voted
by the House in a surprise move
Wednesday.,
But the committee's chairman,
Sen. Allen Ellender, (D-La.),
previously a strong SST backer,
voted with the minority and lat-
er told newsmen: "I think it's
still dead, Tou won't get t h e
votes in the Senate. It's that
simple."
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action centered mostly on how
much it would cost to get the
SST assembly program rolling
again. The estimates range from
a low of $200 million offered by
SST's chief supporter, Sen.
Warren G. Magnuson, (D-
Wash.) to a possible $1 billion
suggested by William Allen,
board chairman of the Boeing
Corp., prime SST contractor.
In a news conference Allen
said $500 million probably would
be the minimum it would take

to 'pick up the pieces" of the
SST program.
Before Boeing and other com-
panies involved could start
again, Allen said, all contracts
would have to be renegotiated,
undoubtedly at higher prices.
And "this time, he said, th e
goal should be not merely pro-
duction of two SST prototypes
but the construction of an
American commercial passeng-
er fleet.

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Girls to be appointed
as pages in Senate

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WASHINGTON (P) - The Sen-
ate yesterday agreed for the
first time to the appointments of
girls as pages.
Resolving the issue by voice
vote after a six month behind the
scenes struggle, the Senate went
further and banned sex discrimi-
nation in the appointment of
Capitol policemen, elevator oper-
ators and post office employes.
As the Senate voted, arrange-
ments were being made to swear
in the first three girl pages to-
day. They are appointees of
Sens. Jacob Javits (R-N.Y.),
Charles Percy, (R-Ill.), and
Fred Harris, (D.-Okla.)
Under the resolution, each sen-
ator appointing a girl page must
sign a written statement assum-
NOW!-
Tonight
at
7-9 p~m.

ing responsibility for her safe
transportation to- and from the
Senate and for her safety and
supervision at her place of resi-
dence.
Javits told the Senate he is un-
happy about this distinction be-
tween male and female pages,
but accepted it with the under-
standing that it would apply only
until completion of a planned
dormitory for House, Senate, and
Supreme Court pages in the vi-
cinity of the Capitol building.
Senate pages are 14 to 17 years
old. In the House the minimum
age is 16. Their salary rate is
$7,380 a year. They attend a spe-
cial school in the Library of Con-
gress, with e a r 1 y morning
classes.

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