Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 5, 1969 · Page 28
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 28

Phoenix, Arizona
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Wednesday, November 5, 1969
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KtrubtlB CITY 12 The Affcdfia Republic BO PhMirtX, Wed., Nov. 5, 1969 President advances ;_£_ White House aides ' Washington Post Service ^ASHINGTON-Almost ex- adly a year after his elec- tioifi, President Nixon yester- dajji' directed the first broad reorganization of his White Hduse staff. legislative liaison in his new post, but a new chief will be named for the day-to-day workings with Capitol Hill. Two key assistants, Bryce Haflow and Daniel Patrick Mrjynihan, were relieved of .operational responsibilities and elevated to become counselors to the President. J6hn D. Erlichman, a top staff member, was named assistant to the President for domestic affairs. The announcement said he will "be responsible for White House operations in all substantive matters concerning domestic affairs." Ehrlichman, who was an attorney in Seattle until a little over a year ago, had been acting for several months as the staff coordinator of White House operations and policy- miaking on many domestic problems. The annoucement yesterday thus makes formal and official his powers in the domestic field, which were described by? the White House as roughly ; equivalent to those Dr. Henry A. Kissinger has in foreign affairs. Harlow, a veteran of many years on Capitol Hill staffs and eight years as one of President Eisenhower's liai- soii men with Congress, has" befen chief of the 10-man White House legislative liaison under Nixon. Harlow will continue "policy guidance" of NAU to let lawyer on draft Northern Arizona Bureau FLAGSTAFF - A Los Angeles attorney whose speciali- ty fis the draft law and its alllged inequities will be allowed to speak during the Nov. 14 Vietnam moratorium at 'Northern Arizona University,?; a campus speaker control board decdied yesterday. Attorney William Smith, 36, was approved by the board of seven faculty members and six' students in an 11-2 vote, Brent Adams, student body president, said. Smith will speak on "The Draft and You" at 8 p.m. Nov. 14 at the University Union Auditorium. He will discus's the draft and the rights and responsibilities of. young men who are subject to it, Adams said. His appearance will be sponsored by Associated:Students of NAU Other speakers tentatively scheduled are Prof. Herbert Marcuse of San Diego; Dr. Morris Starsky, professor of philosophy at Arizona State University; William F. Buckley and Sen. Barry Goldwa- tep. §ome of the objections raised by board members to Snjith's appearance on campus included these possibilities: That a controversial figure might stifle funds supporting the university; That his presence in conjunction with a Vietnam moratorium might create a potentially explosive situation; And that he might be there more as an attorney peddling his own wares than as a guest speaker, Adams said. Moynihan served in Labor Department policy posts under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson and is the only Democrat in a top White House post under President Nixon. Since Jan. 20, he has directed the Urban Affairs Council, which is expected to continue in a somewhat diminished role under the new reorganization. The reorganization, which has been under consideration for several months, was triggered by Nixon's decision to name his present counselor, Arthur F. Burns, to be chairman of the Federal Reserve Board. It was also influenced by a White House organization study recently completed by an advisory committee under industrialist Roy Ash. "The function of a counselor," said the White House announcement, "is to anticipate events, to think through the consequences of current trends, to question conventional wisdom, to address fundamentals and to stimulate long-range innovation." Harlow and Moynihan, like Burns before them, will have cabinet rank in the counselor jobs. Meanwhile, the domestic affairs staff under Ehrlichman will form various temporary "project groups" to study major programs and problems. The groups will consist of department and agency officials as well as White House and Budget Bureau staff aides. PRESBYTERIAN RESIGNS LOS ANGELES (UPI) Dr. Carrol L. Shuster, 53, resigned yesterday as chief administrative officer for the United Presbyterian Church Synod of Southern. California and Hawaii. Lease a hew IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ON SOME MODELS 32O N. CENTRAL AVE. 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