The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 11, 1970 · Page 3
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June 11, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 3

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, , , . * * 4 * H V«* ·» a ~-*VU*A vv- »t. vui. ^*««kt- t*v THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Ttantfcy. J«M it. Page A-3 COLONIAL, DRILL TEAM TO PERFORM The Second Maryland Regiment, a reactivated unit of the Continental Army of the time of the War for Independence, will appear at the Hessian Barracks, located on the grounds of the Maryland School for the Deaf, Sunday, June 14 from 1 to 5p.m. Among their specialties are parades, ceremonies, target shooting, colonial handicraft, Gen. Von bteuben drill and demonstrations of arms and skills of the early patriot soldier. They have caressed a willingness to answer any questions and explain any details to spectators. Senate Conflict Stalls Pollution Measure WASHINGTON (AP) - A stepped-up $775 million attack on air pollution has passed the House with great ease, but a fight could be brewing in the Senate over setting nationwide air quality standards. The three-year extension and expansion of 1967 clean air legislation sailed through the House Wednesday, 374-1, directing that national air quality standards be set. The wide- ranging bill also deals with cars, plants, fuels and planes. But Sen. Edmund S. Muskie, D-Maine, chairman of a Senate air and water pollution subcommittee, said: "We're trying to work out something that would avoid the built-in traps of national standards." TheHouse bill directs the secretary of health, education and welfare to set national standards 30 days after enactment. Pollutants to be regulated include sulfur oxides, participate matter (like dust), carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons and photo chemical oxidants. States could set stricter standards. Muskie fears national standards could minimize control of Nixon Designates Shultz To Head New Budget Post 'air pollutants. He noted metropolitan areas require tougher standards than rural areas. Under present law, air quality standards for adjoining areas are to be adopted by states on the basis of criteria set by HEW. The House bill also puts each state in an air qualify region. The existing statute directs HEW to establish air quality control regions. Muskie has favored this approach in the past. House members, however, contend only a few such regions have been established so far under the three-year-old law. The House bill would set au- I thorized spending for federal air pollution programs at ^200 million a year beginning July 1. The level now is about f 93 million to ^96 million. The funds would be increased to $250 million in the second year and S325 million in the last 12-month period. All amounts would be subject to actual appropriations at a later time. During House debate, the biggest attack was directed toward writing even tougher language relating to automobile emis- sions. But all efforts to bolster auto standards failed. The House measure, in addition to the air quality provisions, also authorizes: -- National emission standards for stationary sources of pollution like power plants. - Production-line testing of emission control devices on new cars. Only prototypes are presently tested. - HEW, after hearings, to stop an additive from being used in fuels if it was found to endanger public health. - HEW to set emission stand- 1 ards for aircraft to be adminis- Itered by the Federal Aviation Administration. -- Government facilities to ad- tiere to specified standards unless specific exemptions are provided for such things as national security or public health reasons. Army Says GIs Cheat On College , WASHINGTON (AP) - The Army says some servicemen, let out of uniform early to go to college, are cheating on the privilege and failing to enroll. The service is so mad it is threatening to recall the culprits and possibly court-martial them. As part of its effort to encourage more veterans to take advantage of GI schooling benefits -- and ease pressure on the tightening labor market- the Nixon administration has expanded the 10-year-old program allowing a head start of up to 90 days for college-bound veterans to include vocational and technical schools. But an Army circular suggests some men are using the early out program less to give them a head start on post service education and more as a loophole to early freedom. "A number of queries from colleges and universities indicate that some servicemen granted early separation to attend school are failing m enroll," the Army circular said, without giving any figures. "This is a dangerous practice as it can backfire badly for those who obtain educational 'early outs' with the intent not to enroll or to make only a token enrollment." In cases where substantial evidence of fraudulent intent ex- ists, commanders were instructed to send fully documented details to Army headquarters in the Pentagon. Several possible actions were listed: -- Revocation of discharge or release from service. The man would then be re- lurafcdto ac£re dat;, the Arny said, and would be liable to disciplinary action which "could include courts martial for fraudulent separation" from service. - Referral of the case to the Justice Department for possible prosecution in the civilian courts. For those in a reserve status i "elimination for misconduct." WASHINGTON (AP) - New title cards have been dealt to some Nixon administration loyalists, and an outspoken dissident has been fired, in the latest round of executive office shakeups. President Nixon announced Wednesday he is switching George P. Shultz, who is making $60,000 a year as secretary of Labor, to head of a super- agency to handle domestic spending programs. As leader of the new governmental unit- to be called the Office of Management and Budget, an expanded version of the old Bureau of the Budget- Shultz will keep his Cabinet rank but at only §42,500. Just last Saturday, Robert H. Finch, accepting a similar salary slash in leaving his .$60,000 job as secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, became the first Nixon Cabinet member to move elsewhere. Nixon named him to the White House staff as a presidential counselor. \ Nixon, who reached into the | State Department for Undersec- ] retary Elliot Richardson to sue- , ceed Finch at HEW, stayed! within the Labor Department in [ tapping Undersecretary James Hodgson as successor to Shultz. After the mid-afternoon disclosure of the Shultz switch, word came that James E. Allen, a critic of administration policies ranging from school desegregation to the military move into Cambodia, was fired as commissioner of education. Finch announced he "asked for and received" the resignation- although the outgoing sec- retary's statement carried no explanation for the step. Meanwhile, the U.S. ambassador to Columbia said he was resigning. Wednesay night, Jack Hood Vaughn said in Bogota he has submitted his resignation. But he denied reports of disenchantment with the administration's Latin American position. In other personnel shuffling Wednesday: -- Caspar Weinberger, current chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, was picked to be deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget, which starts operations July 1. - Robert P. Mayo, who has directed the budget agency that will be abolished at the end of the month, was designated as a presidential counselor. THE FUN PLACE TO SHOP FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY - ^ ^ ^ ^ · -- 4 1 ^ « ^ TM Annual Cosmetic StFoiletry Evenff THESE ARE ONCE A YEAR VALUES...ALL ARE BELOW OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! 'CECILIA' 3 EYE MAKE-UP KIT I For complete eye beauty! 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