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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, August 20, 1970

Thursday, August 20, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CONSUMER PAYS THE COST:

Air Foreete

Cost of electricity may rise as flies high with LSD
environment guidelines tighten WASHINGT A Pent- Mconaugh pleaded guilt
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WASHINGTON (P) - Elec-
tricity bills across the country
may be on the way up, giving
consumers a taste of how ex-
pensive it is going to be to clean
up the nation's air.
At least four utility compan-
ies in the power-starved eastern
United States recently applied
for approval of fuel adjustment
provisions, a procedure that al-
lows a utility to raise its rates
automatically as its fuel costs
rise, the Federal Power Commis-
sion says.
Many other utility companies
already operate under such pro-
visions.
New air pollution control reg-

ulations require power compan-
ies to burn clean fuel. The two
fuels which b e s t qualify are
natural gas and low-sulphur
residual fuel oil, and both are
in short supply and expensive.
Both government and industry
sources say they expect the con-
sumer to bear a good deal of the
financial burden.
"Whatever cost we're paying
should be chalked up to the cost
of cleaning up our environ-
ment," George Lincoln, director
of the Office of Emergency Pre-
paredness said in an interview.
Since Jan. 1, the cost of resi-
dual fuel oil refined outside the
United States has doubled from
$2 a barrel to $4 a barrel. Fuel

oil refined inside t h e United
States has increased in cost by
40 per cent, from $2.58 a bar-
rel to $3.60 a barrel.
Nearly two-thirds of the fuel
oil used in this country is im-
ported because domestic sup-
ply falls. so short of domestic
demand.
And that demand is increas-
ing. Last year, according to Lin-
coin's figures the United States
consumed 1.9 million barrels of
fuel oil a day. He projected the
1970 demand at 2.3 million bar-
rels a day.
Coupled with the new, higher
demands for fuel oil have been
worldwide shortages. The situa-
tion has been attributed to a
number of factors, including a
volatile Middle East situation
which has cut the supply from
there and growing demands on
the available supply by all na-
tions engaged in air pollution
battles.

that a Strategic Air Command
officer was convicted of selling
marijuana and LSD at a Cali-
fornia air force base last fall.
Three SAC flight officers, he
said, were cleared in the same
case.
The Pentagon statement was in
response to remarks Tuesday-of
Sen. Thomas J. Dodd (D-Conn.)
during a drug-abuse hearing
where he raised the spectre of
nuclear bombers being flown
by pilots under the influence of
drugs.
In all, four lieutenants and
two sergeants were arrested on
Nov. 24, 1969, in the same case,
the Pentagon said, at Mercer's
Castle Air Force Base.
The Pentagon said Lt. Thomas
McDonaugh, not a flight crew
member and assigned to a head-
quarters unit, was arrested by
state narcotics agents after sell-
ing them marijuana and LSD in
the base exchange parking lot
on Nov. 19, 21, and 23.

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was given a suspended sentence
and placed on probation for
three years. McDonaugh as
since requested release from
duty. The request is still being
considered.
McDonaugh's three room-
- mates were arrested but charges
of possessing dangerous drugs
were either dropped or dis-
missed.
Two of the lieutenants now
are copilots on Air Force KC135
aerial tankers which refuel B52
nuclear bombers. The third, still
on duty, is a B52 pilot.
The two sergeants were char-
ged with sale and possession of
marijuana but these counts
were dropped too. One sergeant
remains on duty, the other has
left the service to attend col-
lege.
A Pentagon spokesman said
he did not have personal knowl-
edge of other cases of drug abuse
in SAC or the missile command,
but that a check would be made.
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Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second
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Some 50 autos participating
in the 1970 cross-country Clean
Air Race will be on display in
the parking lot of Crisler Are-
na, Tuesday, Aug. 25, when the
participants make an overnight
stop here.
The low - pollution vehicles
were prepared by students at 38
colleges and universities in the
United States and Canada.
The race begins Monday,
Aug. 24' on the campus of the
Massachusetts Institute of
Technology at Cambridge, Mass.
It will end seven days and 3,600
miles later in Pasadena, Cal.,
at the California Institute of
Technology. MIT and Caltech
are co-sponsors of the contest.
The 350 student drivers and
mechanics, technical advisors
and race officials will be housed
overnight in the U-M's Mary
Markley dormitory. C a r s will
begin leaving for Champaign on

the next leg of the race at 8
a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 26.
The race emphasizes student
ingenuity, low texhaust emis-
sions and vehicle durability
rather than speed.
The cross-country drive has
been divided into seven legs
with overnight stops in Toron-
to, Ann Arbor, Champaign, Ill.,
Oklahoma City, Odessa, Tex.,
and Tuscon, Ariz. During t h e
Ann Arbor stop, entries will un-
dergo extensive emission tests
in Detroit.
Among the race vehicles are
two from the University, one
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Day Calendar
Thursday, August 20
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