Friday, August 6, 1971
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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By The Asiociated Press
THE SENATE APPROVED yesterday landmark legislation de-
signed to curb the skyrocketing cost of political campaigns..
The measure, aimed chiefly at the cost of radio and television
advertising, would limit major party candidates for president and vice
president next year to no more than $8.4 million for radio and
The measure faces an uncertain fate in the House.
AN AMERICAN-SOVIET drafted treaty to outlaw germ war-
' fare was presented to the 25-nation Geneva disarmament conference
The project, worked out jointly by the two powers in a short
four months, would ban development, production and stockpiling
of bacteriological weapons and of toxins, higher unstable poisonous
substances produced from living organisms.
Diplomats from the sponsoring nations said they were confident
it will receive majority support at this fall's United Nations General
PRICES OF RAW MATERIALS for most manufactured goods
rose seven-tenths of one per cent last month, the steepest rise,
seasonally adjusted, in 15 years.
Farm prices fell however, by 2.2 per cent, holding out hope for
some lower prices in the grocery stores.
Sen. William Proxmire, (D-Wisc.) chairman of the Senate-House
Economic Committee termed the news "another gloomy economic
DR. DANIEL ELLSBERG has been ordered removed to Los
Angeles Aug. 16 to face charges of illegal possession of secret
government documents in the Pentagon papers case.
U.S. District Court Judge Arthur Garrity Jr. signed the removal
order yesterday, discounting a defense contention that the warrant
for Ellsberg's arrest had been obtained illegally through the use of
Ellsberg, 40, a research associate at Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, is charged with possession of a top secret government
* study of U.S. involvement in the Vietnam war.
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