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Sen. J. Bennett Johnston, chairman of the Senate Appropriations subcommittee on energy and water development, said that while the collider still comes up $25 million short of what President Bush had sought, the $509 million should allow construction to proceed on schedule. The panel’s decision Tuesday on the superconducting super collider, included in a $22 billion energy and water spending bill, should have no trouble passing the full Appropriations Committee, said Johnston, D-La. The panel was scheduled to lake up the bill late today. “I don’t think there are any guerrilla bands roving around taking pot shots at it,” Johnston said after the committee’s vote. Sen. Lloyd Bentsen, D-Texas, said he was also confident the full committee would approve the $509 million. “And with that kind of support, I believe we can defeat any challenge on the Senate floor," Bentsen said. The SSC has faced far less opposition in the Senate than in the House, where opponents won 165 votes two weeks ago on an amendment that would have killed the $8.25 billion atom smasher being built south of Dallas. The Senate committee’s decision to award $25 million toward a new project at another high energy physics project, Fermi National Laboratory in suburban Chicago, averted a possible showdown with Illinois lawmakers. Unlike in the House, where lawmakers initially sought to get Fermi money diverted from the super collider, Sen. Alan Dixon said he and fellow Sen. Paul Simon were not interested in pitting the projects against each other in the Senate. “We’re not getting into one of those classic brawls on the floor of the Senate where someone’s ox has been gored,” said Dixon, D-Ill. “A good settlement beats a questionable lawsuit all the time. We have made a good settlement.’’ Dixon said he supports development of the super collider, but acknowledged that the price could be a threat to Illinois. “I am very much concerned that Fermilab’s future can be somewhat in jeopardy by the ambitions of those who advocate the super collider.” WORKS Johnson Furniture si •Recliners    ‘Recliner Mates •Coat Racks *Floor Lamps •Hat Racks    ‘Magazine Racks Carol S. Johnson, Allied A.S.I.D. Interior Designer 283 S. Seguin Ave «New Braunfels, TX 78130 •512/625*5321 OryxF.ngy PacTelesis. PenhECp PenneyJC PcpBoy* Phelps Dod PhilipPet Polaroid s Primerica ProctGamb PubS NwMx SFePacCp n Sara!. 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The Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks had plunged 25.27 points to 2,960.64 as of noon on Wall Street. Declining issues outpaced advancers by almost 4 to I in nationwide trading of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, with 1,122 down, 314 up and 490 unchanged. Volume on the Big Board totaled 79.53 million shares at noon, compared with 84.94 million at noon on Tuesday. The stock market’s decline followed a selloff in government bonds. By late morning, the U.S. Treasury’s bellwether 30-year bond was off half a point, or $5 per $1,000 face amount, while its yield jumped to 8.52 percent from 8.47 percent late Tuesday. On Thursday, the Commerce Department will release retail sales statistics for May and the Labor Department puts out the May producer price index. On Friday, the Labor Department releases the May consumer price index and the Fed releases industrial production and capacity utilization rates for May. 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