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May 19, 1973 - Image 10

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THE SUMMER DAILY

Saturday, May 19, 197

PaeTnTESME ALYStraMy1,17

B ill requiring Senate stamp
on 0MB directors vetoed

WASII~f~5N UI't -Presi-
dent Nix.on yes terdazy vetoed a
measure that would hove ye-
quired h3is budget director and
deputy b dget director to have
Senate -ofirmation.
He said theto 'a-i s w od
have "forced the re'too 'at h", un-

cunstitttiotr t procedttre"ttf Roy
Ash, tDirector of the Off ice of
M-ia no eent and Budg'et (OMB)
and his cthief Deputy Frederic
Mat ek.
"1111S STEP wovold he a grave
viotatio of ttte fundamoentat doc-

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trinle of separation of Powers,
Nixon said itn his veto msessage.
"Itt view of nmy responsibilities
if is toy firtm duty to veto this
bill."
Both the director and deputy
director of the OMB are appoint-
ed by the Pr'esident and serv-e
at his pleasure.
NIXON SAID that this pro-
cedure had been followed in Ite
0MB and its predecessor the
Budget Btureau for SO years with-
out Senate cotnfirmation.
Congress enacted the mneasure
on the groutnds that the adminis-
tration's chief budget officer oc-
cupied a position commensurate
with other cabinet officials who
do require Senate confirmation.

BROOKLYN
BLUES
BUSTERS
every
MONDAY,
starttng
MAY 21sit
FLICKS BAR
114 E. Washington
Befween Main & Ashley
9:30 P.M-1:30 P.M. Phone 665-6963

W -1,Prt. HGt
0etroi 18 17 .508 -
iSatimoe 16 7 .485 2
Ni iinau ke 16 7 .485 1
Nets York 16 is 476 11.
testen r1418 .45272ny
cirect-and . 1 .429 3'-,
iirago 20 11i:657 -
Kansas Ct 2 5 .583t
Caiftrnta8 4 .563 -
O~akland 19i t17 -.581 4
Minesot 1 6 .50011
Tlexas 1 01 3759
Btaltimonr 5,Cltelntd2
Mitwaue 6,New Yorkt5
Dliett 5,JBoston 4
Mtinnesota 3, Ciceagto 0
Ktnsas Cityv atOaklandet i tt
exs t Catifona, night
Satnrday's Probtable Pittrhers
MinsotatBlleven 3-6 at t inag
DietritC(emantn 7-2at1vilwalkee
itell 3-t
Boston ee 3-0at BltiiteeMc-
Nall 3-, ngh
Nee YorkPeterson 3-5 at Clesetand
Bomn2-5,tiight

Natinal Leu
W I. Pt. 'G
C'1'irt . 215 .595 -
Nets 1V k 1915 .559 1~
Motel 1417 .4257551
Pittsburh 1 17 .4255
Philadieelhia 1It27.371 1
S1. Louis- I t 3734 9!>
'West
Site Frane it-eo 26 15 .634 -
Hounston2 15 .615 1
Ciecinnati 21 15 .585 2l/
Len Angeles 22 16 .579 2-f
Atlanta1 21 .417 81,4
Sa 11Ditgo4 368 t0y
Friday's aies
SitLouisat Mntrealppd., ain
Ciao9, Philadelpia 2
eew ork4 Pttsburegh 3
Cninai 5, S an Diego 4
to neleso 3,Atlanta 7
Heoiston 3, San FrancistoI
Satureday's Probable Pi1ters.
St. Leuin Ceseland 2-4 at Mont-
treatiStonemnan 0-1
Pittsbur~gh Bies 1-4 at NewYork
4Mac -
Sa itegNrmn 0-5at Cinrin-
naiMcGilotlin 1-0, night1
Sa Fanico P.-re43 atHoutone
W~ison 3-4, night

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Monday,
May21l
thru,
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Give The
Bear abreak.
You're the only one who can.
Because alb Smlokey call do is ask you to help prevent forest fire..
He can't break your matches. Or douse your campfires. Or snugifeat
your cigareta.
Only you can.
So, please, lend Smokey a hand.
And mayb while you're at it, lend him your voice too: tell people to
;ive the bear a break.
He deserves it.
So does America.

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