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September 18, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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10 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Sspt. 18, 1974 FAvrrriviLLi, ARKANSAS Gov. Bumpers To Propose Long Budget LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Gov. , Dale Bumpers said Tuesday he would recommend an executive i budget for the next two years 1 thjjl would be · well below the · projected general revenues for ; thp-biennium. . jumpers began work on the ' budget' requests of state agencies for the next biennium . Tuesday. ·, ]Rie Legislative Council is to . bcjgin hearings on the proposed buSgets of state agencies and , inBitutions Oct. 14, and Bump i erif.is to appear the next day to pffesent bis recommendations ; 'jEenices that are under one .· of-Slhe 13 major departments i uijjer the governor are present- · ing; their requests to the gover- ' no* · 'Pumpers said he would dis approve the requests for o\' paBsions of programs except in · cajps where expansion was es- ; seritial, THe proposed ex; pansions are a matter of prior- -· ity for the governor-elect, he said. All of the budget mailers ', from each agency are being · sent to the two candidates for governor, Democrat David H. Pryqr of Little Rock and Re publican Ken Coon of Conway. Bumpers said his total budget recommendations would be well below the projected revenue · forecasts for the next two fiscal I years, but he said he could not ' specify how much the margin · would be. The revenue forecast ; is to be made by the state Fi- : nance and Administration Department, which usually provides a conservative prediction of general revenues. After the general election, the governor-elect also may submit his budget recommendations to the Legislative Council. "T Doggie Bags Popular Inflation Sparks Great 'Cafe Caper' CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN Associated Press Writer CHICAGO (AP) -- Inflation as brought on the biggest cafe aper in history, says a restau- anl executive. Cuslomers ure valking off with just about cv- ·ylhing but the kitchen sink. "People are calling for more Is, bread, butter and crack- ;rs for their tables and are caring much of it away in their lockets, purses and in doggie s -- there never have been many requests - 'tot- doggie .. a s." says Larry Buckmaster ixecutive director of the Chi- and Illinois Restaurant Association. Buckmnsler said the take- 1 lomo trend has been noted by npny of the association's 4,800 members, who blame spiraling 'ood costs. "If It's happening in Illinois -- where the caper is costing thousands of dollars a week -it certainly is going on all over the country," said Buckmaster. He adds that the amount of tips also is falling off. "Consumption of sugar has risen 100 per cent In the last year," he said. "It is being taken from the tables by the handful. One woman even was spotted unscrewing the caps of salt and pepper shakers ana pouring the contents into enve- .opes. Another stuffed an individual loaf of bread into her purse. Bread and cracker consumption is up by more than 33 per cent." Buckmasler said several cafe owners' outsmarted ketchup bottle filchers by leaving them uncapped. "They couldn't pour the stut 1"IM NUNLEY MAKES IT HOME .. .attended on stretcher by nurses Young, Cancer-Ridden Sailor Brought Home On Stretcher JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) .government on the ground thatlBethesda requested priority for Band Group Sells Shirts The Fayetteyille Bank Parents, an organization interested in the advancement of local junior high and high school bank programs, have an nounced a special sale of city band T-shirts. According to a spokesman for :ho organization, proceeds from :he shirts, which will be sold throughout the school year, will supply financial aid to the three Fayetteville school bands. The shirts, emblazoned with the mascot of the school, dis play in school colors, the Fay ettcville High School Bulldog the Woodland Junior High Cow -- "What's left of Tim Nunley mother of fireman got home," said the a cancer-ridden Nav apprentice who al first couldn't avy doctors at three bases a direct trip home but was tailed to diagnose his illness cor- correctly until it was too late to overruled by higher authority. "He was coughing and in cx- ,,,,,,., . ..- , , . operate. treme pain," she said. "They convince base doctors that he it wasn't until Mrs. Nunley have been running blood -vas ill. wrote a strong letter to the p i asma into him ever since." "He's in extremely bad commander of the Great Lakes she said when Tim arrived at shape," Mrs. Robert Nunley!Naval Station at Chicago that| t h e Jacksonville medical facil- boy or the Ramay Junior High Indian. Band representatives will sel the shirts Sept. 19 at the Ramay-Rogers game here anc also Sept. .20 at the Fayetteville Russellville game. shirt sells for S3 anc both teen and adul Each come sizes.- Actress Dies NEW YORK (AP) -- Claudi · Statement Questioned J. LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A ? Vanderbilit University economic testified Tuesday that the environmental impact statement on the Wilbur D. Mills Freeway does not evaluate the Impact of the project on the environment. Dr. Malcolm Gctz of Nashville. Tenn., was testifying in ,U.S. District Coiii't in con ·neclion with a lawsuit seeking .'to halt completion of the freeway. "It is impossible to evaluate She environmental impact wi'V oujl understanding the costs and bepefits to be derived from the investinent," Getz said, noting added Tuesday after accom-:the cancer was located in [ity, a Navy doctor told her the i Morgan, 62, an actress wh panying her son to Jacksonville. January. lyouth was in extremely bad I starred in "The Man Wh from the Bethesda Naval Hos- she has been critical of many;shape. His weight, normally]Came to Dinner" and "Te pital near Washington, D.C. things the Navy has done since.' 175. is down to 103, she said. ! Little Indians" on Broadwaj "I didn't think I'd get him j nc i u dj n g the ambulance-plane "He's very ill, tired and'died Tuesday. She played i home alive." 'route home that took them by afraid." Mrs. Nunley said. "He[more than 30 Broadway show Nunley, 19, lay inert on a way O f Belleville, 111., and last-i cries because he thinks he stretcher, covered by a sheet, a | ed morc t h a n two nurse held a plasma bottle, replenishing lost blood, as he was taken to the Jacksonville Regional Naval Medical Center. The young sailor and his parents have filed lawsuits demanding S6.5 million from the Tractor Kills Youth MAGAZINE. Ark. (AP) Authorities say Roger Ryan, 16, of Magazine was killed late Tuesday when the tractor he She said Tim's doctor hurting at'loves." so many people he but was perhaps better know for her radio role as the wis Police Feast Next Tuesday The annual barbecue held by he Northwest Arkansas Peace ifficers Association will be at p.m. Sept. 24 at the Peace »fficers Building near Avoca. Activities will get under way t 2 p.m. with departmental islol shooting competition. Barbecue chicken, browr icans and salad will be served jeginning at 7 p.m. Tickets arc available from al' area policemen and police de lartments. Prices are $2 idults and $1 for children. ,n their pockets," Buckmaster KplairuHl, ' "It has always been taken fo ranted that ash trays will hi ken," he said. "But cups, sil orware and plales are going ow. "We have a report of on razen customer slyly substitut g old silverware for a ne\ able setting. And we'd giv lytbing to solve the problerr disappearing toilet papc oils. "Restaurant men are begin ing to cut way back on cond icnts at the table and limitin oils and crackers. They sa usiness is up by 22 per cei jut profits are down by 6 pe ent. "This added expense froi c take-homo crowd in In ong run will just be passed the customer. They can eep biting the hand that tee hem." for High Enrollment LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The Arkansas Education Depart ment has reported that the s t a t e ' s vocational-technica schools have a record high en rollment of 3,764 this fall. The department also has re ported that the schools have waiting list of more than 40 applicants for some depart ments. The Education Departmen says the schools' capacit would be increased by 1,50 next year through expansion existing schools and the con struction of new ones at Bates ville, Crossett, DeQueen, De Witt. McGehee, Mena, Me bourne, Newport, North Littl Rock and Springdale. cracking wife of Nick Charles I the 1940s. in "The Thin Man" series : Bids On Controversial Building ire Opened LITTLE UOCK (AP) -- The alo Public Building Authority pened bids Tuesday on th» rst three construction con- racts In its $75 million plan to uild new state office buildings in Pulaskl County. Meanwhile Tuesday, state iep. Thomas E. Sparks of 'ordyce filed suit in Pulaskl County Chancery County to Jock the PBA project. PBA Chairman Jack Morgan -it England said the bids on all hree contracts were within the lUdgct. The contracts were to je signed and work orders issued today, he said. Sevier Plumbing and Heating Jo. of Conway submitted the ow bid of $26,866 for moving sewer lines on the Capitol rhalK There were five other bidders. The biggest part of the PBA project is tho construction of a lew office complex on the amll, immediately west of the Capitol. The AAA Excavating Co. of Little Rock submitted the low bid of $185,389 to do grading and related work for a new parking -lot west of the slate Revenue. Department's building. Two other bids were sub- fitted. APT Ccnstruciton Co. of North Little Rock submitted the low bid of $78,850 for asphalt paving of the parking lot. There were two other bids. that there is no such cost-bene-. was driving overturned into a ·fit-analysis in the Highway DC paVlment's statement. Getz said it is impossible to U n . d e r t a k e a analysis without ternatives to the mind, such cost-benefit pond, pinning him beneath the vehicle. 1 The boy-was a junior at J. D. Leftwich High School and was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland The accident occurred on the Handbag Special For Fall ~ For people on the go ... £ easy-going lop handles and .-- swingy shoulder straps in ·~ butter soft glace. 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