The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee on June 29, 1983 · Page 52
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The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee · Page 52

Nashville, Tennessee
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Wednesday, June 29, 1983
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6 FOCUS THE TENNESSEAN Wednwdny, Jim 29, 1983 CASTLE HEIGHTS MILITARY ACADEMY Obu the If your non-profit organization is scheduling an event, send notice to "ON THE GO." "ON THE GO" is published each Wednesday. Notice must be received by Thursday the week prior to the publication date. Information must include date, time, place and oddress, phone number, sponsoring organizo tion, admission charge or fee (specify : free) and name of person placing no tice. If the event is a benefit, list where proceeds will go. No items will be accepted over the phone. Regularly scheduled church services are not eligible; however, church sponsored class meetings, special films, etc. which are open to the public are eligible. Space is limited. Notices will be taken on a first come, first served basis. Do not submit photos. Mail or deliver to: "ON THE GO," The Tennessean Box T-2, 1 1 00 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37202 ARTS THE ANGELIC YOUTH CHOIR & MISS DEMETRIUS ALEXANDER will perform July 10, 4 p.m. at Tabernacle Baptist Church, 221 4 1 2th Ave. South. Other local talent will be featured. Admission is free. DARK OF THE MOON a play about witchcraft and twisted passions in the Smoky Mountains will be presented by the Murfreesboro Little Theatre beginning July 1 through July 9. Tickets.are $5. Cur Council Tiryin By CAROL STUART MURFREESBORO Council members say they hope city employees will "understand" why percentage pay raises were denied for 1983-84 as the city tries to hold on to a S3. 10 tax rate for the third consecutive year. The council will consider passing a tax rate ordinance on second reading tomorrow night which will hold the property tax rate to the same level as in 1981-82 and 1982-83 per $100 of assessed value. City ordinances are effective only after three readings. "I think we would be remiss if Vg didn't say 'we're not passing over across-the-board raises for city employees deliberately,'" Councilwoman Mary Huhta said at last Thursday's meeting. "It's just the circumstances and the times." Several council members had expressed concern that Murfrees-boro's economy had not stabilized and that a tax hike should be avoided if at all possible. The council subsequently acted on a budget last Thursday that provided for no percentage increase for city employees. The city workers received a 7 raise last year. Meanwhile, the city school board will present a final budget tomorrow night for approval by the council. It includes no pay increases for teachers or non-certified employees except three top Year 2000 FROM Page 1 North Greenwood extension Extension across Elmwood Avenue to North Cumberland to ac commodate traffic at Walter J. Baird School. Bethlehem Road Creation of a north-south connector link between State Route 24 and Leeville Road. Trousdale Ferry Pike Improving road to Urban Area boundary. Installation of sidewalks. Castle Heights Avenue Widening segment between Spring Street and West Adams. Maple Hill and Horn Springs roads Improving roads from West Main to Urban Area boundary. For Lebanon schools (10th District school system), the survey made recommendations which already are obsolele because of recent action by the local board of education. Included in the survey recommendations was the closing of McClain and Highland Heights schools, currently serving grades 7 and 8. In addition the board plans to expand Sam Houston and Byars-Dowdy schools to accommodate other pupils displaced by the closing of McClain and Highland Heights. The survey projects that Walter J. Baird School will have an enrollment of 1,257 in the year 2000 and recommends 22 new classrooms. Just for grades 7-8, not condsider-ing addition of the sixth grade to the facility. The study recommends the addition of five classrooms each at Byars-Dowdy, Sam Houston and the county-operated Carroll-Oakland School. A total of 4,207 K-6 pupils are projected in the Lebanon urban area in the year 2000. Also projected are 2,200 pupils in grades 9-12 at Lebanon High School (current capacity 1,700), requiring 20 new classrooms. The survey recommends utiliz-iag Market Street School at its current capacity to serve 200 kindergarten pupils. , More recreational facilities will tain time is 8 p.m. For reservations call 893-9825. COMMUNITY EVENTS MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSO CIATION is looking for male volun- teers (age 1 6 or older) to work at 1 the Jerry Lewis summer camp. For ' information call 331-1403. DONELSON-HERMITAGE YMCA will offer swimming classes for ages three and up. For more information, call 889-2632. RED CROSS BLOODMOBILE will collect blood at the Hermitage Unit ed Methodist Church located on the corner of Lebanon Road and Belinda Drive today between 3 and 7 p.m. Everyone in the community is urged to come to the church and donate blood. ORGANIZATIONS THE AIR FORCE SERGEANTS ASSOC. and auxiliary chapter 473 will meet Tuesday, July 5, 7 p.m., Bldg. 801, Berry Field, Nashville. For more information call Joyce Munford at .893-9243 or 36 1-4629. CHAPTER 46, VIETNAM VETER ANS OF AMERICA will hold its monthly membership meeting Thursday, June 30, at 7:30 p.m., Room 29, Legislative Plaza. Featuring two filmed documentaries con- administrators. School board members said a total of $6,000 salary "adjustments" for new full-time Superintendent John Hodge Jones, Assistant Superintendent Rupert Klaus, and central office secretary Violet Watson could be justified because of extra duties. In a special meeting last Friday, the board cut one new teacher position and voted to fund a special education school bus and a minicomputer from reserve bond funds after receiving only $105,000 of a $165,000 request for additional city general fund appropriations. Jones has pointed out that the schools would have to receive $130,000 of the $165,000 to get at least the same local monies as allocated last year. He said the school system in past years has been utilizing bond funds for capital outlay and other items that should be within the schools' operating budget. "Actually, the council left us in good financial shape with appropriations," Jones said Friday. "But I'm very disappointed that there's no amount available for salary increases." However, the school board still must consider salary increases for teachers for 1983-84 pending contract negotiations with the collective bargaining agent for the city's educators, the Murfreesboro Education Association. in Focus be needed to meet the needs of an expanded population. (The Wilson County population is projected to more than 95,000 in the year 2000.) Included in the recommendations on recreation is a 50-meter swimming pool and bathhose within the next five years at William D. Baird Municipal Park. Other recommendations for recreation: Baird Municipal Park In addition to the swimming pool, two new tennis courts, two new soft-ball diamonds, two new basketball courts, a T-ball court, two sports fields, tot play facilities, two handball courts, four picnic tables grills, more off-street parking. Eastside Park As required, addition of a Softball diamond, tot play facilities, basketball court and adult game facilities. Elkins Park As required, addition of tot play facilities, basketball courts and adult game facilities. Ward Agriculture Center One baseball and three softball diamonds, four tennis courts, adult game facilities, playground facilities and 20 picnic islands. Mini-parks Ten new mini-parks are recommended one in western Lebanon on at least five acres, and including a 25-yard swimming pool with bathroom. wuuuuiuiy center i ne present National Guard Armory, to be vacated when a new armory is completed, should be donated to the city for a community center for a variety of indoor activities. The survey recommended developing new industrial parks a proposition being addressed privately and possibly also by TVA. At least three sites are under consideration one near the agriculture center, another near the Watertown exit of 1-40 and another in southern Wilson County. The city Planning Commission is studying the survey, and could recommend it to the City Council or reject it. "They members of the Planning Commission have their work cut out for them this summer," said Sam Edwards, ichief planner for both the city and county. g fro cerning Vietnam veterans. Members, Vietnam veterans and the general public are urged to attend. THE NASHVILLE DOG TRAINING CLUB will offer a ten week session of obedience training classes beginning Wednesday, July 6. Classes are open to dogs 6 months of age or older and will meet at the Airlane Distribution Center in Donelson. Fee is required. For further information call Jean Lynch at 383-48 1 6. REUNIONS 1934 HUME-FOGG HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES are wanted for a 50th reunion. Please send names, addresses, zip codes and telephone numbers of alumni. Send information to Publicity Chairman, 926 Evans Rd., Nashville, TN 37204. If you have questions call Agnes Wells at 297-8038. PEARL HIGH CLASSES OF 1944-1948 will hold a reunion on July 7 at the Sheraton Downtown Hotel. For more information call Juanita Rucks at 297-7 140. COHN HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1963 will hold its 20th reunion on July 1 6. For more information call Barbara Johnson at 356-0424. PEARL HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1968 will reunite July 8-9 at 7:30 p.m. in the Maxwell House Hotel, Retain Tax Ratte Last Thursday city council members juggled $165,230 in newly discovered revenue projections including $62,500 from the recently enacted hotel motel tax to make decisions on requests above the tentative budget which had no property tax increase. The council voted to fund: $32,769 for two new city patrolmen. $1,000 of a requested $2,415 increase for the Beautification Commission. A $2,270 increase for the senior citizens center. $3,300 of a $4,691 increase request for Linebaugh Library Former Astronaut To Speak Friday MURFREESBORO Former NASA Astronaut William Reid Pogue is scheduled to speak at the graduation banquet for the Middle Tennessee State University Aerospace Education Workshop on Friday, July 1 at 6:30 p.m. Pogue, a retired colonel in the U.S. Air Force, recieved a B.S. degree in education from Oklahoma Baptist University in 1951 and a M.S. degree in mathematics from Oklahoma State University in 1960. In 1974 he was awarded an honorary doctorate of science degree from Oklahoma Baptist University. Pogue received the American Astro-nautical Society's 1975 Flight Achievement Award. Some of the objectives of the workshop are to stimulate interest in aerospace education and its implications for educational VISIT OUR NEW LUXURY ENTERTAINMENT CENTER xNO BARGAIN MATINEES' CHRISTOPHER REEVE RICHARD nnvna r r n i wri Eg 2:20-4:40 7:00-9:20 Enter a new dimension. o THE MOVrE eh 1:30-3:30-5:30 7:30-9:30 TRADING PLACES DAN AYKROYD EDDIE MURPHY r-, A PARAMOUNT l2l PICTURE 2:00-4:30 V 7:009:30 ft: --... .... a. .. 0'-,,,.. .na i U1 1 ASMp "h. Git 2025 Metrocenter Blvd. For more information contact Anita Jones at 226-1096. WEST END HIGH SCHOOL Class of 1963 will hold its 20 year reunion July 23 at the Cannery. For information, call Betty Cowan Smith at 244-7375. HUME FOGG HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1973 is planning a reunion. For information call Jenise Dixon at 331-3567 after 5:30 p.m. CHURCHES THE DAUGHTERS OF BETHEL will present "An Evening in Songs" at 3 p.m. July 1 7 at Bethel A. M. E. Church, 1 300 South St. Free. Public is invited. For information, call 256-1509. CLASSES, WORKSHOPS PREPARATION FOR PARENTHOOD is a course for couples ex- pecting their first child. It will be taught at the Nashville Area Red Cross Building, 321 22nd Ave. North beginning July 5. Classes are free and will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays and, Thursdays through July 21 . For more information call 327-1931, ext. 127 $14,000 for an expected telephone rate hike $1,000 for a computer study. In other proposals, the council denied or took no action on: The planning department's re quest for a new planner at $24,000 annual salary $5,300 more for the city's share of funding the Rutherford County Health Department A $6,000 increase for the Rutherford County Guidance Cen ter appropriations A request for $1,000 by the Ministerial Association. activities on the part of teachers to incorporate more aerospace education in their teaching learning activities, and to help teachers learn ways of integral ing aerospace education with their work at all levels and in various subject areas. The workshop is now in prog ress and will continue until July 1. In conjunction with the closing activities of the workshop, the Tennessee Aerospace Education Association's annual meeting will be held on July 1 at 1 p.m. in the University Center, room 322 The TAEA banquet and pro' gram will be held in the Tennes see Room of the James Union Building and the cost is $9.75 per person. More information is available by calling 898-2850. QBVPIfQTF TO I Milt 11 ANTHONY PERKINS A UNIVERSAL- pRl OAK PICTURE 13 2:30 4:45 7:00 9:15 771 warn cumi ten i un t twa nimo 1:30-3:25-5:20 7:15-9:10 David's father bought him a home computer. Now, he s 2:30-4:45 7:00-9:15 found a new Fr'f'F1M gametoplay. KAJ MQMUA GS) li ii , .i now ACCEPTINGlfliiMjI UJL FALL Co-ttM4fSl.i3rKles 4-12 For information caliwrit m&serdi D. L. Buckner ' Lunehvon Specials PORK SPECIAL 3.15 BEEP SPECIAL 3.15 CHICKEN SPECIAL ...3.05 Bar-B-Q Plates PORK PLATE 4.65 BEEF PLATE 4.65 I RIB PLATE (Perk) 5.25 Combination Plattsrs CHICKEN AND RIBS 5.35 PORK, BEEP AND RIBS 5.53 SUPER COMBO 6.35 RACK OF RIBS (for 1 or 8) 9.95 40 ITEM SALAD BAR ALONE 2.93 wSPECSANO 2.15 WPLATES 1.45 WE ALSO FEATURE DELICIOUS 1 i Sonny's Offers Nashville The Finest in Pork Beef Chicken Ribi Bar-B-Q Sonny's Makes It All Just Right On The Hill At 1210 Murfreesboro 200 Yards West of Briley Pkwy. Hours: Sun.-Thurs. 11-9, Fri. & Sat. 11-10 . LIT US CATER YOUR NEXT PARTY! COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS Keep Up With the Special Events Taking Community Read the "On The Go" Community Announcement Column Every Week in The Tennessean FOCUS EDITION FREE Community Announcements FOR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS HERE'S ALL YOU DO TO PARTICIPATE If your non-profit organization is scheduling an event, send notice to "ON THE GO." "ON THE GO" is published each Wednesday. Notice must be received by Thursday the week prior to the publication date. Information must include date, time, place and address, phone number, sponsoring organization, admission charge or fee (specify if free) and name of person placing notice. If the event is a benefit, list where proceeds will go. No items will be accepted over the phone. Regularly scheduled church services are not eligible; however, church sponsored class meetings, special films, etc. which are open to the public are eligible. Space is limited. Notices will be taken on a first come, first served basis. 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