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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

In thenewstoday... I

National
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - The Soviet Un-
ion and the United States yesterday agreed to
have their ambassadors present at each other's
launch site next week to watch the liftoff of
Apollo and Soyuz spacecraft. "It's a further
demonstration of increased openness," said one
American official of the Apollo-Soyuz T e s t
Project. "I think it fits in with the gradual
opening of the window to Soviet space opera-
tions." High Soviet officials have been invited
previously to see Apollo launches but have al-
ways declined, reportedly because they did
not want to feel obligated to invite Americans
to their secret Baikonur Cosmodrome.
PORTLAND, Ore. - Authorities yesterday
dropped charges against a 61-year-old loner ac-
cused of murder and arson in connection with
a fire that killed eight occupants of a skid
row hotel Monday night. A district court at-
torney said there was insufficient evidence
to hold John Newvine, who had been sched-
'led for arraienment yesterday. He was iden-
tified as the man who bought 50 cents worth
of -v rlin at a nearby service station short-
lv bef re the fire.
BOSTON - The nation's big-city mayors
"ated vest-rrlsv f r oassage of three urban aid
hills that would give states and cities $12.5
billion a venr, but in a major victory for Re-
publicans refused to ask that they be financed
by defense cuts. On the final day of its meet-
ing, the U.S. Conference of Mayors also re-
jected a bid from Democratic mayors from
old and poor cities to seek a greater share of
federal revenue-sharing money for the need-
iest cities.
WASHINGTON - President Ford asked Con-
gress yesterday to provide up to $200 million

through a tax on crude oil to help pay for dam-
ages caused by oil spills at sea. He said he
considered such legislation "of high national
importance as we seek to meet our energy
needs in an environmentally sound manner."
Ford said in a message to Congress that ac-
celerated development of offshore oil and gas
resources and increased use of tankers and
deep water ports is required to meet energy
demands.
0
ATLANTA, Ga. -- Vice President Nelson
Rockefeller said yesterday he is not on Presi-
dent Ford's 1976 election ticket and is not run-
ning a campaign on his own. "I'm not a can-
didate," Rockefeller said at an impromptu
news conference. "Have you ever heard of
someone running for vice president? I take the
stand that when Mr. Ford is nominated, it will
be his responsibility to say who le will nom-
inate for vice president. Until that time he
should be free."
WASHINGTON - Amtrak and railroad labor
executives called yesterday for legislation that
would put unemployed Americans to work
rebuilding the nation's deteriorating rail sys-
tem. Their testimony came as the House
subcommittee on transportation and commerce
onened hearings on four bills designed to al-
leviate unemolovment and upgrade railroad
tr-s aross the nation. Amtrak President
Psal Reistran urged that the orospective rail
workers give ton oriority for upgrading to
rltes his own comnanv operates.
Weather
With a near-zero probability of rain, today
should be quite enjoyable. High temperatures
in the middle 70's will make their way through
the city under partly cloudy skies.

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Soviet grain yield to
fall below 1975 goal

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Thursday, July 10, 1975
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Daily Official Bulletin
Thursday, July 10
Day Calendar
wUOM: Eric Fenby, musical asst.
to composer Frederick Delius, in-
terviewed by Fred Caland, NPR, 10
am-.
A-V Ctr.: Native American Films,
Aud. 3, aMZ, 7 pm.

WASHINGTON ()} - The Ag-
riculture Department said yes-
terday that the Soviet Union's
grain production is expected to
be about 10 per cent below Mos-
vow's 1975 goal. The report came
amid rumors of a new Soviet-
American wheat deal.
USDA predicted Russia would
harvest 195 million metric toius
:of grain this year, nearly 10 per
cent below its goal of 215.7 mil-
lion tons and 2.5 per cent uader
the 200 billion tons USDA fore-
cast last month.
MEANWHILE, U.S. Agricul-
ture Secretary Earl Butz toll a
news conference in Kansas City
that satellite and intelligence
sources indicate the Soviet Un-
ion will have to buy -American
wheat this year and reports of
an impending grain deal "may
be more than rumors."
However, he said no American

company has reported any such
sale to his department as of
Tusday night. Notice is requir-
ed within 24 hours on sales of
100,00, or more tons upon coni-
pletion of the deal, a USDA
spokesman said.
Reports published in England
°arlier this week said the Rus-
sians were in the market for
substantial quantities of corn
and wheat.
THE REPORTS triggered
sharp increases on the Chicago
Board of Trade and other $ -
tures markets. The trend con-
tinued yesterday with wheat
:orn, oats, and other futures
ing sharply in price.
Deputy assistant agri.u.ttt
secretary Richard Bell s a 1 d
it would be "no real problem
to supply up to S million .ons o
wheat and 5 million tons of co
if U.S. crops, turn out as lar,,
as predicted.

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