Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 5, 1969 · Page 45
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 45

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jREPUBUiREPUBLIC MAIL BULLDOQ 22 aatet^^™«?M* **??*%£ Electoral reform bill stalled in Senate Nixonhikes advisers to higher rank Associated Press WASHINGTON — President Nixon reorganized the White House staff yesterday and elevated Bryce Harlow and Daniel P. Moynihan to be counselors to the President with cabinet rank. Harlow will continue to guide the President on congressional relations policy but will be available for counsel on the broad spectrum of national affairs. He will be freed from day-to-day operational detail. Moynihan, now head of the White House Urban Affairs Council staff, will continue his policy guidance in urban problems, but also will be available to the President on the full range of domestic policy development. Ronald L. Ziegler, White House press secretary, said the operational responsibilities now held by Harlow will be assumed by a new assistant to the President for congressional relations. He also said a new executive secretary of the Urban Affairs Council will be designated soon. In the revamping of the staff, the post of assistant to the president for domestic affairs was created and will be held by John D. Ehrlichman, who has been counsel fo the President. His post will be roughly equivalent in domestic affairs to the position held by Henry A. Kissinger who is assistant to the president on national security affairs. The staff reorganization comes one year after Nixon's election and is coordinated with the move of Arthur F. Burns, now counselor to the President, to the Federal Reserve Board Jan. 31. The changes announced yesterday take place immediately, however. "You call this stuff JUNK? I think it's the best furnished room in the house!" Chrysler recalls 754 cars DETROIT (AP) - Chrysler Corp. yesterday reported the recall of 754 1970-model passenger cars "for inspection and replacement, if required, of inadequately welded wheels." In addition, Chrysler said 828 Dodge trucks, including some 1970 models, are being recalled for inspection and replacement, where needed, of nuts and bolts. The 1970 passenger cars involved are Plymouth Belve- deres and Barracudas and Dodge Coronets and Challengers. In one truck campaign 522 Dodge 1968 and 1969 heavy duty, tandem axle models are being recalled for inspection and correction, if necessary, of equalizer beam attaching bolts. In another, 286 Dodge 1970 model D200, D300 and W200 trucks are being recalled for inspection of master cylinder attaching bolts. CONGATULATIONSH! CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR EXPERTS WHO SOLD OVER $100,000 IN THE MONTH OF SEPT. Walter McLennan Ed Murdock Mark Medigovich Sam Ramsey Olin Strole Ruby Hoffman Frank Bright REALTY IKC. Phoenix 264-0605 "EXPERIENCED AGENTS ONLY" Scottsdale Phoenix West 947-5451 264-0291 HAM'S FAIL CLASSIC \ 29.90 $40.00 & $45.00 values Beady - for - action gear to zoom you fashionably through the cool months aliead! A smash selection of Corduroys, wool meltons, shetlands, checks and plaids, Orion dfrylic piles and rayon "Broadette" fur fakes. All are qui&ned for extra warmth. Styles galore, colors galore. Sizes mp w. Hurry to see the entire collection! ' Downtown f Christown f Thomas Mall t Biltmore fashion Park » Tri-City New York Times Service WASHINGTON - The proposal to substitute direct popular election for electoral college choice of the president appears to be stalled in the Senate Judiciary Committee until at least early 1970. Sen. James 0. Eastland of Mississippi, the committee chairman., has notified its members that electoral reform, pending on the committee calendar since early September, has now been postponed indefinitely. It has been generally agreed that Judiciary would not take up direct election and the alternative reform amendments until the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Clement F. Haynsworth had been disposed of. • That nomination will not reach the Senate floor for another week, or more likely two, and is expected to require at least a week of debate. That would leave little more than a month in which the Senate must deal with tax reform and a number of essential appropriation bills before adjourning for 1969. The Senate delay made it even more unlikely that the direct election system, if given final congressional approval and submitted to the states for ratification, could go into effect in time for the 1972 presidential election. The version of the constitutional amendment approved by the House in mid- September provides that the necessary three-quarters of the state legislatures must ratify the electoral reform plan by Jan, 21, 1971, for it to become effective the following year. Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., who is the chief sponsor of direct election, wants to change this date in the Senate bill to April or May 1, to allow more time for ratification, but it is riot yet clear whether the House will agree to such a move. Every week of 1970 that the Senate delays in taking up electoral reform will reduce the amount of time available before the ratification dead- line for application to the 1972 election. President Nixon, in a message to Congress last month, urged for the first time specifically that the Senate act on direct, election before the end of the year. "This must be done," the President declared, "if we are to have this needed reform amended to the constitution in time for the presidential election of 1972." -Advertisement- HOW TO DO MORE WITH LESS FATIGUE • Why a catnap can be better than 3 hours night steep* • Why active relaxation can be better than passive* • How extravagance can tire you out. • Why you may be going to bed too early! 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