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Saturday, August 14, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven _

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news briefs
By The Associated Press
ATTY. GEN. JOHN MITCHELL said yesterday, there will
be no federal grand jury investigation into the killings of four
students at Kent State University by the Ohio National Guard
last year,
While agreeing that the deaths were "unnecessary, unwar-
rented and inexcusable," Mitchell said he felt there was "no
credible evidence of a conspiracy between the the National
Guardsmen", and "no likelihood of successful prosecution of
individual guardsmen."
President Robert White of Kent State said yesterday the school
"must and does accept" the attorney general's decision.
Former student body president Craig Morgan however said he
"morally abhorred" Mitchell's decision.
NORTH VIETNAMESE gunners made heavy shelling at-
tacks yesterday afternoon and evening for the second successive
day on a string of seven South Vietnamese positions along the
DMZ.
Preliminary field reports put South Vietnam's casualties in the
attacks at one killed and eight wounded.
Lt. Col Hien, spokesman for the South Vietnamese command,
said that the shellings may be an attempt by the North Viet-
namese to find a weak point to choose as their objective for a
major ground attack.
THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION (ICC) is
being used by the railroad and trucking interests to evade the
federal securities law, according to a study by a subcommittee
of the House Commerce Committee,
The study says "the ICC in its present posture is incapable
of protecting the interests of public investors", due to a division
of responsibility between the ICC and the Securities and Ex-
change Commission.
The subcommittee report recommends revision of the secur-
ities laws to strip the ICC of any jurisdiction over the securities of
rail and motor carriers.
THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA) pub-
lished yesterday its final regulations for states to follow in de-
veloping plans to clean up air pollution by mid-1973.
As printed in the Federal Register, the regulations require states
to have an emissions-control strategy, along with schedules and time-
tables for reducing emissions from sources of air pollution.
States have until January 3, 1972 to submit their plans for air
pollution control. If the plan is unsatisfactory, law requires the EPA!
to provide its own substitutes.

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THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) an-
nounced yesterday it has seized nearly 7,000 dozen eggs and 45,000 T
lbs. of catfish food due to contamination with a substance resemb-
ling DDT.
Despite the action, consumer advocate Ralph Nader remained
critical, calling the FDA procedures "an outrage." The FDA, he
said, had knowledge of possible contamination at least 10 days before
they took action.
In further action yesterday the FDA announced it is seizing 1.3
million cans of food packaged by the Bon Vivant company due to the
failure of the company to recall the food fast enough. Earlier in the
summer Bon Vivant soup was found to be contaminated with botulism
food poisoning.
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SATURDAY Aug. 14 ONLY
Ingmar Bergman's Academy Award-winning
Through a Glass, Darkly
HARRIET ANDERSSON
Max von Sydow Gunnar Bjornsrrand
"A powerful personal experience that makes one's senses reel.
Through Harriet Andersson, one sees the mysteries that move
within the dark glass of the human soul."-N.Y. Times.
"'Round all four performers, like summer lightning, plays the
fire of Bergman's intelligence and artistry."-New Yorker
First Baptist Church 1:30-9:15-10:40 p.m.
512 E. Huron Aye. limited free parking
512 . Hron ve.free coffee
off State $1 contribution
TATW1
PHONVE 662-6264

Come in to browse at
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618 S. Main 769-4700
Comprehensive Repair Service Available
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MODEL OPEN
Men.-Wed.-Fri, 1:30-4:31

JOIN WITH THE
RADICAL INDEPENDENT PARTY (RIP)
at the Human Rights Party Conven- EPE
tion at Oakland Community College
Sunday, August 15 at 2:00 (meet in
f ront of Student Activities Building{
at 12:30 for rides. If you have a car,
please bring it. For more informa-
tion call 769-3096).

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