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Thursday, May 13, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Thursday, May 13, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Jagger gets married
Bianca Perez Morena de Marcias looks at Mick Jagger of
the Rolling Stones at their wedding yesterday at the Sainte-
Ann church in St. Tropez, France. She is the daughter of a
Nicaraguan diplomat.
I nws brie fs
By The Associated Press
SECRETARY OF LABOR James Hodgson yesterday proposed
a one year delay in raising the minimum wage to $2.00, to ease
inflation and avoid higher unemployment.
A bill presently before the House Labor subcommittee would
raise the minimum to $1.80 next January and to $2.00 on January 1,
1973. Hodgson endorsed the increase to $1.80 but asked that the jump
to $2.00 be delayed until January, 1974.
Criticism of Hodgson's position came from Rep. John Dent (D-
Penn.), chairman of the subcommittee, who said it would provide
workers with a lower income than they would be able to get under
the administration's welfare reform plan.
THE NIXON ADMINISTRATION yesterday succeeded in de-
laying, for one week, a showdown on a proposal to halve U.S.
troop strength in Europe.
The proposal comes as an amendment by Democratic leader Mike
Mansfield of Montana to the draft extension bill.
Leading sources say the amendment, if added to the bill, would
force the president to veto it. Draft opponent Mike Gravel (D-Alaska),
who has promised to filibuster the bill, says he welcomes the amend-
ment as a way of forcing the president to end the draft.
THE RISE IN NATIONAL INCOME slackened in April, the gov-
ernment announced yesterday, tending to indicate the economy has
yet to respond as the Nixon administration had hoped.
Further bad news in the April figures revealed that wholesale
prices as well as unemployment rose during the month.
THE HOUSE WAYS AND MEANS committee yesterday com-
pleted its draft of President Nixon's welfare reform bill.
The proposed legislation has as its major feature a federal floor
of $2,400 income for a family of four. The committee will vote on the
bill Monday.
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presents
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NEXT TUESDAY
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U.S. planes strike sites in north;
bombing raids in Laos continue
SAIGON (W) - Heavy strikes ply base 28 miles southwest of The South Vietnamese launched
against anti-aircraft installations Hue. a U.S. supported operation April
in North Vietnam were an- "We call in tactical air strikes 14 into the A Shau area. They
nounced yesterday by the U.S. and destroy part of a road," one have not gone into the valley in
command in Saigon. officer said. "Within three days force, although they have sent
Two waves of U.S. Air Force the North Vietnamese have the reconnaissance patrols in and
F4 Phantom jets were claimed road repaired and they even put reonisceptls nad
to have destroyed 3 anti-aircraft up reflector tapes so they can out. The most action reported to
guns in the Mu Gia pass area in use the road at night." date have been small skirmishes.
the north.
The strike, which was describ- Y -
ed as a "protective reaction", U . os l Se Uice to
was said to have taken place on
Monday. The jets attacked after 0
receiving fire while on a mission uR er o reorganization
into Laos, according to U.S.
sources.
The raid, one of the largest WASHINGTON (P)-Postmaster new regions will be under a re-
of the recent action was the 36th General Winton Blount yesterday gional postmaster general.
such strike this year. disclosed a sweeping reorganiza- Under the postal reform legis-
In other American air action tion of the U.S. Postal Service lation signed by President Nixon
B52 Stratofortress bombers and that congressional sources say last August, the old Post Office
smaller tactical bombers yes- may spell early retirement for Department was replaced by the
terday hit the Ho Chi Minh trail as many as 3,500 of the service's independent Postal Service.
North Vietnam's main supply 7_50,000 employes. After operating at a deficit for
route to its forces in South Viet- The reorganization plan, th the past two decades, the Post
nm. product of postal reform legisla-
tion that takes full effect July 1, Office is supposed to begin break-
The bombing campaign of the eliminates ten of 15 regional ing even. The bill provides for a
road network in Laos has been postal headquarters and realigns subsidy until 1984.
stepped up in recent days to the chain of authority between
counter North Vietnamese ef- Washington and the postman on Tesr
forts to rush supplies down the his route.
trail before monsoon storms At the top of the organizational SOUTHWEST
sweep the area later this month, structure will be the 11-member TEACHERS' AGENCY
In other air action, the U.S. Postal Hoard of Governors.
Command reported that B52 In addition, each of the five 1303 Central N.E.
bombers staged three more raids Albuquerque, N.W. 87106
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