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The Michigan Daily-Friday, November 4, 1977-Page 5

FUNDS FOR AID TO POOR WOMEN:

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WASHINGTON (AP) - The House
rejected yesterday a Senate-proposed
compromise on guidelines governing
when the government should pay for
poor women's abortions.
Instead, the members moved toward
adopting a temporary funding
resolution that would insure that the
3%-month dispute would not lead to
payless pay days for thousands of
federal employees.
THE ABORTION disagreement has
delayed passage of a $60.2 billion ap-
propriations bill which is supposed to
provide funds for the departments of
Labor and Health, Education and
Welfare along with some smaller,
related agencies.
The Senate developed the proposal
after conferees from both sides failed to
agree on, what abortion policy
guidelines to recommend to Congress.
BULLETIN
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - A circuit
court jury last night acquitted Fran-
cine Hughes by reason of insanity on
charges that she killed the ex-husband
who had beaten her.
The jury of 10 women and two men
returned the verdict in the first-degree
murder trial after 61/ hours of
deliberation.
Hughes testified during the trial that
she suffered years of beatings until one
night last March when she poured
gasoline around the bed where her ex-
husband slept and set the area afire.
anti-b
resolhtion
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pilot was killed - was based on "un-
just discriminatory attitudes.
Cuba blames the CIA for the
bombing attack on an Air Cubana jet
that crashed off Barbados on Oct. 6
last year, killing all 73 persons
aboard.
"They, were not millionaires, not
rich tourists," Alarcon Quesada said.
"They were working people .. as-
sassinated in cold blood."
THREE international treaties
against hijacking have been drawn
up during the past 14 years, but only
about half of the 149 U.N. members
have signed and ratified those con-
ventions.
The resolution also called upon the
International Civil Aviation Organ-
ization, which sponsored the meet-
ings in the Hague, Tokyo and
Montreal in 1963, 1970 and 1971, to
"undertake urgently further efforts"
to improve enforcement of those
treaties.
TONIGHTI
Law School Films Presents:
BURT LANCASTER &
RICHARD JAECKEL
in*
Uizana's Raid
7 7&9
Room 100 Hutchins Hall
(LAW QUAD)
ADMISSION $1;00

ejects al
In an unusual move, the senators
used two separate roll call votes to
come up with a proposal they thought
the House would accept. The second
time, only one word was changed.
THE HOUSE rejected it, 193 to 172.
Earlier, House Speaker Thomas
O'Neill told reporters that should the
Senate proposal be rejected, the
leadership would offer a continuing
resolution which would insure funding
temporarily for the agencies.
Funding for the agencies covered by
the bill first ran out on Sept. 30, when
fiscal 1977 ended. Congress passed a
continuing resolution on Oct. 13, sup-
plying operating money until Oct. 31.

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BUT THAT RESOLUTION also has
expired, leaving the agencies
technically without funds. They. have
curbed administrative spending for
supplies, travel and overtime because
of the problem, although the gover-
nment continues to make benefits
payments for the poor, the unemployed
and others.
The controversy is over guidelines for
the use of federal funds from Medicaid
and social services programs to pay for
abortions.
The Senate took the position that the
government should pay for abortions in
instances where a woman would suffer
" evere or long-lasting physical health

ro osal
damage," where a woman's life would
be endangered by a full-term pregnan-
cy and in cases of rape or incest.
THIS PROPOSAL would also permit
abortion payments for drugs or devices
used to prevent pregnancy and for
procedures used in ending an ectopic
pregnancy, one in which the fetus
grows outside the uterus.
It was adopted 59-29.

THE CENTER FOR JAPANESE STUDIES Presents
the Honorable Furnihiko Toga.
Ambassador of Japan to the United States
on
"Japan-United States Relations:
Current Economic Issues"
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4
4:00 p.m., Room 200, Lane Hall
(OPEN TO THE PUBLIC)

the an arbor NOlmCooperative
TONIGHTI Friday, November 4
MONTY PYTHON MEETS
BEYOND THE FRINGE
(Roger Graves, 1976) 7, 8:40, 1:20-AUD. A
Great Balls of Fire! A movie teaming beyond the most dedicated comedy fan's most cherished
fantasy. The loonies of Pythonland (JOHN, CLEESE. MICHAEL PALIN, GRAHAM CHAPMAN, CAROL
CLEVELAND, TERRY GILLIAM, and TERRY JONES) meet their spiritual fathers from beyond the Fringe
(JONATHAN MILLER, ALAN BENNET, PETER COOK, and DUDLEY MOORE). The two best British comedy
groups of the past 25 years zany their way through a landscape that vaguely ,resembles England
or. perhaps, Coldwater, Michigan. "I laughed like a hyena."-LONDON GUARDIAN. ANN ARBOR
PREMIERE
THE FOUR MUSKETEERS
(Richard Lester, 1974) 7 & 9-MLS 4
Definitely superior to THE THREE MUSKETEERS, this film is full of slapstick,
satire, romance, and wonderful fights. Lester, one of movies' most imagina-
tive comic spirits, has made his' "most intricate toy yet."-N.Y. TIMES.,
"This is Faye Dunaway's movie, as tte duplicitous harlot."-NEWSWEEK.
Excellent cast also includes RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN, RAQUEL WELCH,
MICHAEL YORK, OLIVER REED, CHARLTON HESTON, CHRISTOPHER LEE.
Plus Short: RABBIT HOOD
(Chuck Jones, 1948)
"Don't you worry, never fear./Robin Hood will soon be here." Bugs bunny
vs. the Sheriff of Nottingham in a wild spoof. Guest appearance by.
ERROLL FLYNN.
Single Admission $1 .50-Double Feature $2.50
The AAFC is accepting new members. Stop by one of our showings for
an application.

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