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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, June 23, 1970
Tuesday, June 23, 1970
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
GU]ARANT EED LOANS:
Nixon asks railroad aid
Senator says FBI
agents prowl Kent
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retary of Transportation John
A. Volpe said yesterday the Nix-
on administration will push for
government-guaranteed loans to
help the Penn Central Railroad
which received court permission
Sunday to reorganize under fed-
eral bankruptcy laws.
Penn Central filed the bank-
ruptcy petition Friday after the
Defense Department abandoned
plans to guarantee $200 million
of bank loans to Penn Central.
The railroad received court per-
mission for the reorganization
after it said it was unable to
pay its bills.
Volpe said a bill to set up a
$750-million loan-guarantee pro-
gram for railroads will be offer-
ed soon in the Senate. A similar
one already has been introduced
in the House.
Speaking at a news conference
in the White House, Volpe said
he thinks the Penn Central will
continued to operate normally.
But he said how long the road
will be able to maintain regular
services depends pn how the
bankruptcy case is handled.
But there were indications any
relief for Penn Central will come
under close congressior.al scrut-
Sen. Mike Mansfield, the ma-
jority leader from Montana, said
the Defense Department showed
good judgment in refusing the
loan. "I'm not sure the Depart-
ment has the authority for such
a guarantee," he said.
Sen. William Proxmire D-
Wis) said the Defense Produc-
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tion Act, under which the guar-
antee would have been made,
"was never intended to bail out
large corporations from the con-
sequences of their financial or
Proxmire said he will intro-
duce an amendment to prevent
the act from being used for such
Sen. Vance Hartke (D-Ind )
said the Senate surface trans-
p o r t a t i o n subcommittee he
heads will conduct a fullscale
review for bankruptcy.
He said the proposed admin,-
tration loan bill seems to be
"designed not for the purpose of
preserving or improving the
transportation services of this
organization but rather for the
purpose of shoring up the oanks
to which the Penn Central is in
debt in the amount of some $2
Hartke said that before Con-
gress passes "a special relief bill
for a railroad turned conglome-
rate, there are some basic ques-
tions which must be answered,"
It is common knowledge that
passenger and freight service
alike have deterioated since the
merger of the New York Cen-
tral and the Pennsylvania Rail-
road," he explained.
"Yet during the time since
the merger the Penn Central
has pursued real estate schemes
in Florida, Texas and Georgia,
and has started million-dollar
renovation projects in Manhat-
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chairman of the House Bank-
ing Committee, said his panel
will make a thorough study of
the involvement of 77 commer-
tal barks with the Penn Cen-
tral Transportation Co. He said
such an inquiry "might Well pre-
vent another Penn Central."
Thomas M. Goodfellow, presi-
dent of the Association of Amer-
ican Railroads said in a state-
ment the industry hopes the
problems besetting Penn Central
would "serve to underscore the
problems besetting all the rail-
roads of the country-laws that
have long been out of date, reg-
ulation that is excessive and an
absence of the kind of govern-
ment help so generously given
"These conditions must be
changed, and changed now, not
only to cure the pr.blenms of
the present, but to permit the
railroads to tool up for the tre-
m e n d o u s transportation job
they'll be called upon to should-
er in the future."
The Penn Central's assets to-
tal nearly $7 billion. The rail-
road operates 35 per cent of
the nation's rail passenger ser-
vice and two-thirds of all trains
that carry people in the East.
It says it lost $80 million on
passenger operations for near-
ly the first half of this year
and had a loss of $182.3 million
Last month the firm reported
it had $152 million in short-
term loans outstanding with
about half due this year. Its
subsidiaries have about $500
million in U.S. bank loans and
$59 million in Europe.
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By The Associated
WASHINGTON (R) - -Sen
Stephen M. Young (D-Ohio)
said yesterday he is to1d by
"most reliable sources" that 50
FBI operatives are on the Kent
State University campus with
"some of them, perhaps all of
them," enrolled as summer stu-
"I'm told this number will be
increased perhaps to 200 at the
outset of the September term,"
the senator said in an interview
during which he charged the
FBI "is too inflated, too bloated
with too many operatives."
Young spoke as summer class-
es began at the Ohio school -
the first se ions since May 4
when four 'tudents were slain
in a clash with the National
In response, FBI Director J.
Edgar Hoover said "there is no
t r u t h whatsoever to Sen.
The senator said he has "au-
thoritative information that in
addition to this large number of
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FBI operatives at Kent, there
are others posing as students-
approximately 50 FBI agents at
the present time - in Colum-
bus (home of Ohio State Uni-
versity) and I guess they also
cover Ohio University at Ath-
"That causes me to say out
loud that the FBI, under its
dictator J. Edgar Hoover, is a
vastly overstaffed bureaucracy
if they can send in all of those
. operatives - . . and that tax-
payers who have to sweat to
pay for a 11 this bureaucracy
should know the facts," he ad-
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