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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - June 25, 1982, Indiana, Pennsylvania gazette Friday June 25 1982 Pofle 3 j A Convenience iOW PRICES IUP CONSUMER SERVICES ALUMNI RETURN TO CAMPUS Graduates of lUPs consumer services department visited campus recently to discuss careers in a variety of areas profession Pictured from left are participants in the Consumer Services Career Night program They include Bobbie Stewart a customer service representative for Belief Pennsylvania a business representative for Equitable Gas Company Lynn Olkowski a residential program supervisor for Indiana Group Homes Maria a department manager for Kaufmanns Nancy Drew an interior designer with Laurel Design Assocrates and Joanne Beck president of the Campus Council of Consumer Affairs who served as master ot ceremonies for the event Senate panel slices funds for 83 Medicare Medicaid MARKET AT THE HITCHING POST Featuring a Full Line off GROCERIES FRESH MEATS PELI PRODUCTS WASHINGTON AP senate panel moving to meet spending tar gets in the 1983 budget has ap proved a package of multibUHon dollar cuts in the basic federal health and welfare programs in cluding Medicare and Medicaid The Senate Finance Committee voted 13fi to accept the changes that will save an estimated billion in Medicaid and Medicare in fiscal 1983 Over a threeyear period the package envisioned saving bil lion compared to the billion projected in the budget which was given final congressional approval Wednesday The Republicancontrolled com mittee is the first congressional pan el to take up the specific cuts to meet the targets of the 1983 budget that has been endorsed by the Reagan administration The cuts do not necessarily mean that spending on the affected pro grams will be reduced from current levels but they would be less than they would have been JJnder the committee plan the Medicare program for the aged and disabled would absorb about billion in cuts over three years One provision approved by the committee would impose a fee on Medicare recipients receiving home health visits amounting to 5 percent of the estimated reasonable cost of the visit Another would allow states to im pose nominal fees on all Medicaid beneficiaries for all services except ambulatory care for children and pregnant women Administration of ficials said nominal is defined as 50 cents to Medicare pays for medical care for the elderly and Medicaid pays health costs for the poor Sen Bob Dole chairman of the committee said its action Man attempts suicide in jail CARLISLE Pa AP A man facing three life jail terms for the si ay ings of his wife and two teenage daughters was taken to Carlisle Hos pital after an apparent suicide at tempt officials said Prison officials said Warren E Beckman was found in a deep sleep cell late Wednesday morning Thomas Powers the prisons direc tor of treatment said Beckman was rushed the hospital after the prison doctor failed to awaken him with an ammonia capsule Beckman had been using Sine quan a prescription tranquilizer and apparently saved his rations according to Powers He was in fair condition at the hospital Thursday night Beckman 55 was convicted on February 18 of first degree murder in the October 20 1981 slayings of his wife Marilyn 43 and daughters Kirsten 13 and Kari 12 in their Dickinson Township home will send a signal to the financial markets that Congress is serious about keeping spending down The committee also approved 14 3 a series of changes in the Aid to Families with Dependent Children program designed to save close to 6 million in 1983 and a total of bil lion over a threeyear period And it adopted by voice vote mea sures expected to save million in the Supplemental Security In come program a major welfare program Dole said the medical package seeks to obtain savings from the three major parties to the program institutional providers practi tioners and beneficiaries The package is balanced so that its impact on any one party is rea sonable The savings sought from each take into account savings pre viously demanded and the relative financial status of each However Sen Daniel Patrick Moynihan who voted against the package questioned Is this good for the program Is this good for the patient or just a savings to the Treasury weve been instructed to bring about The largest moneysaver in the package would limit Medicare reim bursements to hospitals in several ways This was projected to save some million in 1983 A provision prohibiting any in crease in 1983 in the economic index by which physician fees are calcu lated was expected to save mil lion for the year Referring to the pay ment for Medicaid services Serf Russell Long said I just hope were not going to provide here that somebodys going to die be cause they dont have a couple of Dole responded What were aiming at is people who go to the doctor eyery day for no good reason except theyve got a nice Administration spokesmen said no one would be refused care because of a lack of money Another provision approved would gear to the Consumer Price Index the deductible portion of Medicare payments under a voluntary pro gram to cover major medical ex penses It would raise the deductible from the present to an estimated in 1983 The AFDC changes included counting the income of unrelated adults living in the same household as recipients when figuring their benefits and ending parent benefits when a child reaches 16 Also included was a provision re quiring states to count as income for AFDC calculations payments made under the lowincome energy assist ance program CURRENT YIELD Overbroek DELI HAM Ib GROUND CHUCK Lean Ground Beef Minimum inveslment then you may jdd as little as as often as you wish Withdraw anytime without in terest penalty Kree check writing minimum No sales charge A PHObPtCTUS HAI YOU SHOULD OON blDEH UEFOHt lUVEMIMG CALL OR btNO COUPON TO Duane C Smith Homer City PA 15748 4124798156 Annualized overpge net investment income per sJxjre for seven dayi ended 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