Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 22, 1977 · Page 2
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 2

Garden City, Kansas
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Tuesday, November 22, 1977
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Huge 2 Garden City Telegram Tuetnluy, November 22, 1977 State Budget Requests Near $2 Billion By LEW FERGUSON Associated Press Writer TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Dr. M. D. INiedens Chiropractic Office 811 Main Garden City Hours 8:30-5:30 ^Thurs.-Sut. 8:30-12 Slate budget requests for fiscal year 1979 inched to within a whisker of the $2 billion mark, an Associated Press compilation showed. Budget Director James W. Bibb concluded major budget hearings for the year Friday after hearing from the state hospitals. Only two small GARDEN MEDICAL SPECIALISTS WILL BE CLOSED THURSDAY & FRIDAY OF THIS WEEK IF YOU NEED YOUR DOCTOR PLEASE CALL THE EMERGENCY ROOM AT THE HOSPITAL 275-6111 agencies are yet to be heard next week. Bibb and Gov. Robert F. Bennell now will begin finalizing Ihe budgel recommendations Bennetl will submit to the Legislature in mid-January. Bennell has vowed his recommendations will not require seeking any lax increases lo fund. The budgel recommendations are expected to total somewhere belween $1.85 billion and $1.90 billion— up from the $1.799 billion budget Bennetl recommended to the 1977 session for the current fiscal year. The lasl Legislalure approved expenditures of $1.81 billion, but actual state spending is always slightly more than approved, because of Slale Finance Council authorizations for additional epxenditures during the year. State agencies which made Iheir budgel appeals before Bennett and Bibb Ihis fall asked for spending authority LIVE EVERY NITE GRAIN BIN "BLACK FROST" 9:00 to 1:00 next fiscal year totaling $1.915 billion, the AP figures showed. Bibb and his staff make no compilation until final preparation of the governor's recommendations. Of that total, $891.3 million would have to come from the state general fund, and the rest from federal funds and other sources, such as fees charged for state services. Bibb reduced the total requests of the agencies to $1.767 billion, of which $803.09 million would come from taxes and other revenues which gointo the, general fund. The budget approved for the current i fiscal year required $850 million from the general fund. Besides the state agency requests presented in the budget hearings, somewhere between $62 million and $75 million must be tacked onto the fiscal 1979 budget for expenditures which are not reviewed in the budget hearing process. These include the $4 million- plus the Legislature will approve to run its own oper- ationes; at least $11 million to operate the state Unified Judi- cial Department, which includes the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals and the public defender system; $11 million for homestead property tax relief, and more than $36 million of state income tax revenue which by statute is rebated to local school districts. ' Also, an interim ways and means committee appears primed to recommend the stale put nearly $11 million more into paying for non- judicial personnel under the slate's new unified court system. The counties now pay those people's salaries, but the Legislature has promised to assume some or all of those costs eventually. If the added tab comes to $75 million, the total budget requests for next fiscal year come to $1.99 billion. Add the $75 million lo Bibb's recommendations and the total is about $1.84 billion. The total general fund requests would be $966 million, and Bibb's recommendations on spending from the general fund would be $878 million. What Bennett recommends NOTICE WE WILL CLOSE AT 5:00 P.M. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, AND WILL REOPEN TUESDAY NOVEMBER 29, FOR FINAL PRICE REDUCTIONS RENICK DRUG NO. 1-NORTH Antique, Collector Show Set at Scott SCOTT CITY—The eighth annual Antique and Collectors Show will be Salurday and Sunday in the American Legion Hall here. Times are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Salurday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. The show features ilems lo be sold by moslly out-of- town antique dealers, nearly half of whom are from outside the state. Reservations chairman Marvin Daniels said all booths have been filed. Many new dealers are expecled lo participate in the show along with the regular participants he said. A collector's item will be given away during the show on Sunday. Food will be served by Ihe Scott County Extension Home Unit. The show is sponsored by Ihe Scoll County Historical Society, Inc. There will be a 50 cenl admission charge .good for both days. will be somewhere in between, probably in the vicinity of $900 million from the general fund, up about $50 million from what Ihe lasl Legislature approved. Here is a rundown of what the agencies with the biggest budgels asked for, and what Bibb is recommending, with the amount coming from the general fund in parentheses: —Board of Regents and institutions-$434.48 million ($227.15 million), $391.20 million ($186.05 million). —Department of Education$376.78 million ($309.06 million), $375.88 million ($308.49 million). —Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services$350.27 million ($170.55 million), $319.45 million ($145.63 million). —Department of Trans- porlation-$312.34 million (nolhing), $278.50 million- (nolhing). —Department of Human Resources-$124.16 million ($1.61 million), $116.35 million ($1.36 million). —State Retirement System$79.64 million ($44.77 million), $79.60 million ($44.77 million). —Division of Mental Health and Retardation Services$80.58 million ($54.84 million), $70.87 million ($46.41 million). —Department of Corrections-$29.12 million ($23.56 million), $26.40 million ($21.90 million). —Department of Revenue$26.28 million ($15.52 million), $25.15 million ($14.65 million). —Department of Health and Environment-$21.03 million ($8.11 million), $18.61 million ($6.46 million). —Totals, all agencies appearing at budget hearings$1.915 billion ($891.3 million), $1.767billion ($803.09 million). SERVICE MASTER CARPET CLEANING 275-1433 "The Cleaning People Who Cwa" 'API M LAND INSURANCE I 413 NORTH MAIN Appeal Would End Busing OMAHA (AP) — An appeal which would end court- ordered busing in Omaha was scheduled to be filed in the U.S. Supreme Court today. The appeal claims the Circuit Court is ignoring the Supreme Court standards in determining whether the district intentionally segregated its schools. ANTIQUE COLLECTORS SHOW Sat. Nov. 26 & Sun. Nov. 27 American Legion Hall Scott, City. Kansas 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sat. 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sun. 50* admission includes both days. Food served by EM.U. Units Sponsored by Scott Co. Historical Society, Inc. STOCK 0 QUALITY FASHIONS FIRST QUALITY Prices Effective thr In The Eastgrte Shopping Cantar We are a Professional Company looking for a Professional Person lo offer an excellent insurance sale!, and service career oppor- tunity. For more information please cal 316-275-7328, Garden City Office. 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