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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - February 5, 1970, Albuquerque, New Mexico The Albuquerque Tribune LOCAL FORECAST: Partly cloudy today and tomorrow. today anil tomorrow 55, lows tonight, 22 Valley, 20 Sunport. Ret. U.S. ru. Oil. Vol. 52, No. 223 Second Clufl Pontage PHId at Albuquerque, N.M. Albuquerque, New Mexico, Thursday, February 5, 1970 Published Dally Er.ccol GiimHy Cf Papnc jn at 701 silver EW 871U3 -JU "feLh Jl1 HOME EDITION p.m. Stock Prices PRICE: TEN CENTS 40c WEEKLY 68 Doctors Collect Million Anderson Bill Seeks Names, Fees Disclosure Economic Report Outlook tor N.M. Bright, Study Says Uy limVAKI) IlKYAN Tribune' Staff Writer A bright [Ton lh for New Mexico in the HI70-; is by the University of New .Mexico-, Riiviy.ui lit liiisini'ss P.i'sarc'n in its annual "Kco- iiumic Report lo Mexico Citizens." should in pupula- peivuna! income and pr-r-cupila jx'l-soniil income in The ihe said. Indications are, the rojxirl said, ihat real growth in Nr'-v somi'what higher than thai in the ji.il ion. .......-..-._ Hattys of growth in employ- ment arr expected to he higher Hum those lor the United Stales. Elo'.'ernment and services will become more im- ir, IJie New Mexico ecrinnmy during the new decade. a r e. a expected !o grow a! a faster par" than the Senate Committee OKs for Movie Promotion Ily Jl.M BOVKIl Tribune Stall Writer SANTA FK The Scnale vs-.r- Ihe Finance Committee today. trend rcgardinR the unanimously gave a "do pass" of urban artin." the recommendation to n bill calling; report continued. Tor to promote New Trrml in Continue Mexico's movie industry' "We expr-ci tlic cither urban Ibrrmgh a new moiion picture, arr-.rs of Uic .state Ih.il have been industry promotion commission.; PT.wini; durinr the last five This nction came alter ,us In continue Hull trend committee heard C.'ov. David the 'TO's." Cargn urge Ihe committee to 111" bureau's rcp'irl adder] Rive the bill, with amendments. a ri'xii'w of 1959 sucgesls its stamp of spprnvnl. snine of the downward I'lirli-r The promotion commission' MtOWTll. pact- hf directly umler control u! the governoi. As amemied kxiay, the bill Mould pull all le prnmotion activity from und'.-r the Stale Dcijianment of Development. To quiet ,'ears that the j would be biov.-n on entertain-- merit of Hollywood producers! thn governor told the com- anltee- "The people don't want lo wincil aod dined. So' Culton To Operate Isleta Plant Senator Says Public Has Right (o Know By SET1I KANTOH Tribune Washington Currespomk'nl DAN TIIOMASSON Smpps-Hoivaril Staff Writer WASHINGTON' The Senate Finance Committee lias approved a long-awaited staff report highlighted by a finding that 08 physicians collected a total of at least Sii.8 million from Medicare in 1968 and recommending .sweeping changes to bring Medicare and Medicaid costs under control. Chief among Ihe recommendations was a fixed-fee schedule to ritrlai! doctor costs. The strongly 'worded report followed a year-long committee investigation into widespread abuses of Med- "le Social Security-financed program for the el- W ASHING Clinton j cicl'ly' ancl the federal-state program for the P. Anderson, D-N.M., today neetly. introduced legislalion (hat would Flaws Blamed force the federal government to I The report blamed these abuses, poor administra- makc public each year the tion by both state ancl federal officials, and flaws in both names of doctors paid at for soaring costs. prograins1Caand the' II came down hard on physicians, warning that un- public foes they are paid less the medical profession does more to police itself: Sen. George'D." Aifcen, R-VtJ "We fear that virtually insurmountable pressures the OOP's senior Senalc mem- 'will develop for alternative control procedures which may her, joined as co-sponsor of the i be arbitrary, rigid and insensitive to the legitimate needs bill which would require the of both the patient and his physican." secretary of Health. Education'----- The report said Medicaid costs nrl (HEWI to provide .would soar to S5.5 billion hy such a report no later than every June ?M. Has Declined i HEW Secretary Robert H. Finch so far has refusal In make public the names of .Medicare payees. iledicaid is LI stale-federal health-care program and some stales have made puhlic lists of I Medicaid fees received by som doctors. "Thc basic point is Hint those are public programs and so tin1- should he public information t said Anderson, who played a lending role in the birth of the Medicare program in 19GG. j Ample Precedent Citing ''ample precedent" for I disclosure of the names. An- derson said "construction .workers who do business with Ihe government, fanners i participate in the farm pro- gram, other professionals who i provide services lo the govcrn- ment these and others have their names he public released I oj IVI'I Trlepholn) DONNA OGLESKY, 18, an FBI clerk, was stabbed IB death with three-inch sewing scissors in an Alexandria. Va.. apartment. It was such slaying third the (iiilton Industries fiper.-iLinn of an will begin elr (r i about the expenses. plna! on I.siela I'urtlo cnmc, in this month I'm-hlo Cov Alvino 'hey wan! to get up at 5 'i in and get lo work. Do.il Direct On the issue of whether ct'-ro .'innouuretl today ,KIV Ijtjcero saitl CtLiiton ised h.-i'f ifi.ooi iquiire p r o m o i o n 1 propnalion alone with moiion work should he ui the' ap-: TACKLING A MAN-SIZED ear of. coin is Darren Summers, two-year- olci son df Mr. and Mrs. Dannie L. .Summers. M21 Grutta KE. This ph'jtn takon by F a r e s i Photography of Albuquerque, a "o License Or Not to License firm owned by Dick Skronclahl. has bcon named "kiddies" photo of the year by the Western Fairs Association. Last year. Far West tup honors in ihe carnival division in '.he eonte.si. See ANDKM.sOV page is as it should DC. This] Washington. D.C., area in less than three weeks. Miss Oglesby is from Poteau. Okla. Police said her nude body was covered with stab The small scissors were found plunged into her chest. company an option on the remaining i.MO square feet. Gullon. which manufactures; components for the aerospace industry and private con-; tractors, employs about 275 See p.iire TRIBUNE INDEX I PAT MXO.V does her own j housekeeping, page B-10 j Snowmobile Bills Colliding Head-on Youth Cleared j Of Marijuana i Sale Charges A ssle of marijuana charge June 30 and urged creation of Medicaid abus? and fraud units in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) and in stales participating in the program. The finance commitlec unanimously approved t h e report as Chairman Russell B. Long, D-La., and Sen. John J. Williams, R-Del., ranking Republican member, predicted i many of the recommendations v.'ill become law this year when Congress revises the Social Scciirily Act. Set Declaring that Medicare costs would exceed estimates by S131 billion over the next 25 years, Long said: "The worst thin? we can do is go along with HEiV's suggestions thai we simply increase taxes" lo pay the ;runaway expenses. As a stop-gap measure to throttle rising Medicare i physician charges. Ihe report 'said the program's private See MEDICARE, page A-10 School To Close Soviet Arms Airlift San Jose Catholic School will close at the end of the school T r i i J vear because of a lack of funds. To Egypt Reported is second que parochial school in two days Tribune Capita] Bureau persons at its Albuquerque Ann in Tijeras Canyon. :Arts The Isleta operation is ejt- (-omjcs jxxted "lo employ between 20'Tdi'rjrial and.-W persons in a I licensing bill jyesierdny. Earlier in Hie House! "Snowmobile cluhs in jquerque and Santa Fe Sen. Fred recommended two changes over i truth serum, hypnosis and lie de-'Soviet Union has begun a new Recalls- of money problems, and j airlift of arms to Egypt to help I the fifth in the past year. W.'counter Israeli raids around! Sacred Heart. 311 Stover SW, lector ic.V.s. Magistrate Charles Uicero said applications and interviews will be conducted by Culton at 7 p.m tomorrow in the llhiluaru-s Community Center. Public Korum Tu Train Workers F'lx1'-'- K'-curd Rack Gulton will train the workers Ski Conditions (or the plant's operation. "We: Sports have a coniract from the of Indian Affairs, amounting Crier a little over for TV' Page Roby added. jWeather Data, Map "We are very highly pleased (women's News with Ihe co-oneration of the KIAI C-2 A-2' .D-1-2-.3 D-1 D-r, 11-5: -R-l-2-3 Sunday Liquor Sales Bill Wins supports the view Ihat Ihe small machines should he exempt 'from registration, In a message lo the (Legislature earlier this week. and we have had relations with the lie said. good; The Albuquerque) Tribune. very people of j New Mexico's Newspaper Plans ior Albq Meeting Panthers Not Leaders, NAACP Director Says Ry I.UCKIIO Tribune Writer Jliss Althcn T. L. Simmons, national director for training of Ihe National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, expresses strongly the belief that the civil rights movement i.s alive nnd powerful in the coun- try. Miss Simmons, in Albuquer- que lo complete arrangements for Ihe regional conference of Ihc NAACP scheduled here for Mnrch 20-22, said her organiza- tion is "nt Ihc top of the list of n dynamic movement." "It. Isn't the Dlack Panthers, the Elclrldgc Clonvcrs nnd the Stokcly Cnrmlcnncls who nrc setting the trends or lending the country's blinkers. 11 is the moderate In the country who is getting things she said. A Lawyer lawyer who calls Los Angeles home, Miss Simmons has heen active with the NAACP since I'JSC and has met wilh figures such us Dr. Martin Lulher King, Hcv. Itnlph Aber nnlhy nnd ,lnmes Knrmcr ns SAXTA FK l.fl House Speaker David D. Curry, cast the deciding vole as (he New Mexico House of Re- presentatives approved 35-W today a bill In legalize Sunday j liquor sales in the slate. llnw legislators voldr. nn hill, I page A-2________________ The hill provides for Sunday i sales hy the drink only, from 12[ noon lo 12 midnight. It alsoj conlnins a requirement for a j loeal option election and voter approval before Sunday sales can be legalized. Hep. Norvell, Ihc sponsor of the bill, submitted an amend- ment to limit Sundny sales hy the drink only. The bill ROCS to the Senate, which approved n Sundny sales bill a year ngo. "Both nf these changes rein- wn-v wiUl lho force t h e I h e sis t h a t eharge p e n c h -1 a n c u ,i g e snowmobiles are sport equip-' Flemming was accused of'newspaper said Ihe cquipiiH-m menl and should be encouraged selling marijuana to an un- arriving in Egvpt ulmard giant tidercovcr policeman at the Aiitonov cargo planes is mostly SNOVl MOBILE, page A-12 fniversity of New Mexico last, defensive and includes an- May fi. itiairerafl guns, grpund-lo-air well ns militants michnol, Hap Slokely Stock Market Still in a Slide Malcolm X. "The press bns more of Cm-. N'RW YORK I.TI The stock conliniied to slip lower in slow triuling lodny. The Dow Jones induslrinl Ihe rndicnls llinn Ihcy deserve. We nil nf n sudden hnvc these Instant 'lenders.' "But that clement rcnlly Sec I'ANTIIEHS, piga A-12 nvcrnge nt 2 p.m. wns down lo (i.7.1 lo 7-17.76. Reclines stretched I h c I r ninrgln over ndvnnccs to nbottt 7 to 3 dinong Issues traded on the New York Stock Exchnnge. The New York Times Summary of the News (C) limt York Times News Service IVTKll.N'ATIONAL WASHINGTON Senate Republican leader Hugh Scolt called the program of troop withdrawal in Vietnam reversible" in a speech before Ihe Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Scolt urged Senate endorsement of President Nixon's cfforls lo achieve a "just peace." WASHINGTON' Communist China and the United Slates will meet again in Warsaw on Feb. 20 for the 13Cth am- bassadorial meeting. Except for a similar meeting a month ngo, the two countries had not met formally for move than two years. WASHINGTON In an effort lo relieve tensions in the Middle East, I'residenl Nixon has asked Ihe Soviet Union lo discuss the limil.ilion of arms shipments to the area. NATIONAL WASHINGTON An executive order issued by President Nixon hns culled for Ihe elimination of all air and waler pollution caused by federal agencies. Tho directive provides million lo carry out I lie lask. WASHINGTON A hill allowing increased culling ot timber in the iiiilionnl forests will he brought lo n vole in Ihe House, of Hopresenlnlivos. Conservationists Insist Hint il will "rnpc" the woodlnnds hy evnding Ihe "suslninc-d yield" prin- ciple while those backing Die. bill contend that it is ncccssnry to meet tho requirements o( the nation's housing industry. Tournament The youlli was at Farminglon for a basketball tournament when a city-wide narcotics raidj Jan. 22 was held. He turned i himself in when he learned warrant for his arrest had been issued, reports show. Judge Raw-son had released1 the youth to I he custody of his father. Home Slndyiiif! j District Alliirney's reports' show younp Clemming submit-1 ted lo Irulh serum ancl hypnolicj examinations conducted by Dr.j Sri- YOUTH, page A-12 MR. FIX-IT is In lie included in Ihe additions bring liuill nl Ihe llernalilln County Medical A The new quarters will include room for ton mldilional patient beds, o u I p a t i e n I clinics, a 10-room surgical suite, clinical I a h oral o r y facilities, radiology facilities, offices for admitting and social services, expansion ol kitchen urea nnd supply and housekeeping silos. Morn HX-IT on A-2 [missiles and mobile radar units.: e scrawl which is r.' ye. old. is operated hy the S'-iv-.ol Sislers of Noire Dame from Dallas. Tex. year, Ihe school which includes gvadi's through riRhl.had an enrollmeii; of i'W, See CATHOLIC, nagi-A-i: Zacchinis Injured Husband-Wife Circus Team Hurt After Being Shot From Cannon .lACKSOXYlU.i--.. n.-i. A husliancl aiifl wife cnvus team shot out of a cannon seconds: last ami shimmed loLii'llior in a nrl, injiiriiiK both sorionsly, Linda Zarrhini, ,''1, sttfforivl ;i bi'nkon nock when her husband plummeted on to her (Innnj; tho finale of the Brulho.rs Barnum and .Bailey Circus iH-rforniancc. SHE UXllKKUT.XT cnicrnpncy at St. l.ukr's wln-rc she was listed in critical condition. Her husband, I'anaiuiel. 2fi, was ivprirted in sennus cundilinn with multiple bruises and euls. Circus officials said Ihc cannon apparently malfunctioiml. l.iiuia hits Vhe net. first nwl Zuc- chini i.s supposed lo pass ahoul feet above her. INSTEAD UK FKl.L short and slammed Into her at. 50 to fiO miles nn hour, n circus spokesman said.
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