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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, September 10, 1975

SENATE TO VOTE TODAY
House overrides Ford ed. bill veto

WASHINGTON (P) - The Adams (D-Wash.), chairman of period covered by the bill, Ford sider more realistic than Ford's overall inflational econ
House yesterday voted over- the House Budget Committee, complained the measure would $60 billion goal. uation," "it seems to
welmingly to override President said the measure was well with- provide $1.5 billion more for ed- James Lynn, director of the the Congress spoke
Ford's veto of a $7.9 billion in the spending limits that Con- ucation than he requested. Office of Management and loud and clear today
education bill, a move expected gress established earlier this The vote brought into conflict Budget disputed the congres- cation is not an area
to be duplicated by the Senate. year. the difference between the ex- sion bd estjmates onC an even afford to cu
The House vote was 379 to 41. For this fiscal year, which ecutivespending and income and said k
Only 36 Republicans and five ends June 30, 1976, the bill ap- gets. the deficit is almost surely go- The bill would ap
Democrats voted against the propriates $4.9 billion. This is Under a new budget law en- ing to be higher than $68.8 bil- 1$2.05 billion for elemer
measure Ford described as in- $1.1 billion more than Ford rec- acted last year, Congress makes lion unless Congress starts cut- secondary programs fo
flationary, budget-busting and 'ommended but $400 million be- its own budget estimates after ting back now. advantaged, compare
"part of the trend over the past low the target set by congres- examining the President's bud- t President's budget re
several years - a little more sional budget committees. get, taking into account its own But educational sponsors were$1.9 billion.
for every program." The Senate is scheduled to estimates of likely revenues and jubilant.
vote on the measure today. the amounts it thinks it will I ,
H 0 W E V E R, Rep. Brock FOR THE entire 27-month vote for the various governmen- i t of education,"irou
TH-Ctal programs. FbRep. Louis Stokes (D-Ohio), a!
THE CONGRESSIONAL bud- member of the Appropriations
D N'T LIKE T HmE goelrdes lessoo defense and mmittee that put through From m e
CONTR T ? tmorte foasmenisocialo progras amendment last spring adding
UM-CLERaICAL CONT RACT l. It has set a target deficit of I about $500 million to the bill
$68.8 billion, a figure that many "In spite of all the concernn
lawmakers in both parties con- about deficit spending and the
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Bring your pencil and paper. There are
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KOLBO MOVIES
"The Pawnbroker"
The psychological study of
a holocaust survivor.

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The gun used in the attempted
assassination of President Ford
was given to suspect Lynette
"Squeaky" Fromme by Harold
Boro, 66, a "sugar daddy" to
members of the Manson "fam-
ily," it was disclosed yesterday.
U.S. Attorney D. Dwayne
IKeyes revealed Boro's identity,

AP Photo
Casting bread upon the waters
The boating worshippers on Lake Wawawee in Syracuse, Ind. toss donations into fishing net
after floating service. Donations are used for community projects.
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but refused to elaborate on his
relationship with Miss Fromme, WASHINGTON (R) - The gov- ney patient requires, although $20,736 because the government
26, charged with the attempted ernment is paying some doctors some patients may need only a payments represent only 80 per
more than $100,000 a year to monthly checkup. cent of what a doctor is allowed
murder of the President. provide mostly routine care for Under the program a doctor in to charge.
However, a state government artificial kidney machine pa- an urban area with responsibil- PHYSICIANS involved in the
source said intelligence reports tients. ity for 45 patients could receive program don't dispute the high
indicated Boro was "a sugar For fees that run from $90 to $103,680 a year in retainer fees salaries. Some defend them, cit-
dad Ba$192 per patient per month, the from the government. In addi- ing the long hours and the ne-
y to those people, probably doctors are on retainer to pro- tion, he could bill his patients cessity of being on call nights,
a source of their money." vide all non-hispital care a kid- for an additional 20 per cent or weekends and holidays.
__ _--__ _The payments are made under
(Ia Medicare program established
in 1973 to shoulder the high costs
ANNUAL of artificial kidney machine
treatments. About 20,000 persons
now receive artificial kidney
AM EETING treatments under the federal
' program.
When Congress created the
program two years ago, law-
makers estimated its cost. this
TO EHELD TWICE: fiscal year at $198 million. But
projections now call for expen-
ditures of $300 million.
WEDNEDAY e t.10thTHE SOCIAL Security Admin-
istration defends the retainer
system on grounds it is cheaper
rC ,Sept 1than paying for each individual
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