Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 15, 1969 · Page 18
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 18

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REPUBLIC BULLDOG 12-A The Arizona Republic Pfcoenfe, Sunday, June 15,1969 Mayors call for shift in spending Washington Post Service PITTSBURGH - Big-city democratic mayors yesterday overcame stiff Southern opposition and pushed through the resolutions committee of their national conference a call for a multi-billion dollar shift of federal funds from defense and space programs to urban needs. The resolution at the U. S. Conference of Mayors was sponsored by Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago. It said "at least $2 to $4 billion" could be found for "urgent priority domestic needs" in 1970 by trimming waste and deferring programs in space, the military, agriculture, highway construction and research. The resolutions committee also endorsed extension of the 10 per cent federal income surtax, with the proceeds earmarked for domestic needs. Daley's resolution was a more generally worded substitute for the declaration of opposition to the Safeguard antiballistic missile system which Detroit Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh had planned to introduce. The Daley substitute was backed by Cavanagh and such other big-city Democratic mayors as Joseph L. Alioto of San Francisco, Kevin White of Boston, James H. J. Tate of Philadelphia, Henry W. Maier of Milwaukee, and Thomas J. D.'Allesandro III of Baltimore. But Southern mayors, led by J. Palmer Gaillard Jr. of Charleston, S.C., and George G. Seibels Jr. of Birmingham made a spirited defense of military spending and succeeded in blocking the resolution. Gaillard won a tactical victory when the committee agreed, 9-8, to delete a specific reference to defense as an area of wasteful spending. But the effect of that change was reversed when Maier persuaded the committee on a 9-7 vote, to specify "the military" as one of the fields, along with space, agriculture, highway construction and research, where programs can be "prudently deferred." Daley's amended resolution then was passed, 10-6. Its operative clause calls on the administration and Congress immediately to "make a clear statement of priorities and to re-examine the federal budget, in order to transfer funds from those programs that can be deferred to programs which will fulfill the essential needs of the people for education, housing, em- j ployment, health care and a | decent environment." i Army cnmpiilor goofs One woman with 10,000 soldier AP Wirephoto ROGERS AND ADMIRERS — To the rest of the world William P. Rogers may be secretary of state, but to the two young women who find him worth all their attention, he is known as grandpa. Cynthia, 3, left, and Jessica Marshall, 5, are the daughters of Mrs. Donald J. 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