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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 17

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• ALL EDITIONS Mthe Arizona Republic Ptmib,8n,Ai«.U,U7l it loan changes face Demo opposition House faces load of legislative business Associated Press WASHINGTON - As ttw Peter P. Muirhead, associate commissioner for higher education, told the Senate subcommittee banks were be* coming increasingly squeezed tot funds. start of a new college year nears, Congress again is under pressure to make broad changes in the student loan program on the plea the loans are needed to prevent turndowns of many applicants. 'Demand will Increase be- tentage point subsidy to those , making the guaranteed loans, allowing a total return of 10 per cent. The contention then was that interest rates were so high that banks and others were not interested in the loans at the 7 per cent ceiling. This time the Nixon administration is prodding Congress to act with two arguments: > — Banks are becoming poked with student loans and increasingly are unwilling to ;taake them, especially to first-time students. — The cost of loan subsidies is becoming an unmanageable charge against the federal budget. But the administration has not made much headway with Democrats who control the Education committees in the House and Senate. They insist: — There is no persuasive evidence that many students are finding it impossible to get the loans. — The revisions proposed by President Nixon to reduce the cost of the program would hit hard at the middle class that is bearing a heavy burden on college expenses. Sen. Claiborne Pell, D-R.L, chairman of a subcommittee dealing with the program told administration officials he rent a in ed unpersuaded. Pell has scheduled further hearings this week at which some college officials will testify. The outcome well may hinge on how many potential students complain to Congress members in the next three weeks that they cannot get loans. ished student employment opportunities," Muirhead said. "We continue to hear complaints every day from students and bankers alike about the potential crisis in the program." To meet the situation, the administration proposes creation of a National Student Loan Association with capital guaranteed by the government to serve as a secondary market for the loans. Government student aid In some form went to 2 million students in 1969-70. Associated Press WASHINGTON - After its newly begun 3K-m& vacation, the House will have t heavy load of legislative bu& ness to haul when it returns Sept. 9. It may not get the job done before the November elections in which all 435 Rouse seats will be filled, thereby forcing a post-election lame duck session. High on the must list are bifls dealing with |90 billion in appropriations, congret- reorganization, crime i, drug-abuse curbs and consumer protection, along with in move to impeach Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas. Those are measures which haven't even started through the House. In addition, the House must consider compromise bills dealing with political broadcast controls, curbs on the use of troops abroad and appropriations involving about $35 billion. These bffls have passed both the House and the Senate and are in various stages of compromise. If there is a post-election session, turn bull may be added to the docket, they „_ _„ _„, 4MUTO1 uy eonld deal with aid for higher emergency la* expiring Oct. education, changes Mthe 15. draft law, and safety standards for werkers in private industry. Original appropriations to be considered by the House include |70 billion for the Defense Department and almost $20 billion for the Department of Housing tad Urban Development iod a score of independent *gencie». The totter bin wta pawed once but President Nlion vetoed it and tte Rouse upheld the veto Thursday before heading for home. Only three of 14 annual money bills for the fiscal year that started July 1 have become law. Agencies whose fands art tfed up In the oth- Day recess only from Sept. 2 its are being funded by to Sept 8, probably will spend at least a month debating a House-passed $29-billion weapons procurement bill which has become the vehicle NEW CAREER OPPORTUNITY! LBARN INCOMK TAX PREPARATION Thowande ere earnhifl good money m Hie fMt-orowtag field of profeNlenel Income tax earvlce. The work to lih terestlng end tettafyMg. And the demand for framed eontunento It increasing each year. Now, H * R Block— America'. 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