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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Education Board Recommends Big Cuts In Budget Requests LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Thei state-supported colleges and universities are asking the legislature to Increase their annual operating budgets by $11 million in the next fiscal year and for another $101.9 million for Construction and other campus improvements. The staff of the Higher Education Department has cut the requests for new operating money almost in half and has than one-fifth of the money reassigned high priority to less for campus improve- quests ments. Re commendations of the Engineer Testifies On Planned Freeway LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Sanford Wilbourn, a member ot the Little Rock engineer firm that participated in the planning and design of the Wilbur D. Mills Freeway, testified Thursday that the day the freeway is opened, it will be overloaded. Wilbourn said he did not mean that the highway would be obsolete, just overloaded. Wilbourn was testifying in U.S. District Court in the trial of a lawsuit filed by Arkansas Community Organization f o r Reform Now, which is seeking to have construction of the Little Rock freeway halted. ACORN has alleged, in part, that the environmental impact statement on the project is legally inadequate. ACORN has contended that H i g h e r Education Board, which meets today, are to be presented to the Legislative Council at Its budget hearing this fall. Dr. M. Olin Cook, department director, told the Legislative Council last month that the staff's emphasis would be on deferred maintenance and major repair and renovation projects at the institutions rather than on new buildings. The staff's report to the board reflects that. Of $19,205,215 of capital requests that were put in Priority I by the staff, $10,465,353 was for major repairs and renovations a n d 2,421,797 was for deferred maintenance work. The remainder --$6,318,065 -- was for new construction. Much of the priority work would be done at the University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff, where deteriorating buildings have brought criticism from the De partment of Health, Edu c ation and Welfare. UAPB would ge $4.5 million of the Priority I funds. All but $1,130,000 of tha sum would be for repairs and maintenance. The University of Arkansas Little Rock, the only campus in the state with a growth nrob lem, would get $3.4 million most of that for new buildings Priest-Chef Hears Confessions In Cafe Kitchen CHICAGO (AP) - A Catholic priest hears confessions from some of the kilclicn help while performing his duties as a chef a Chicago restaurant. The Rev. Hichard Bernowski, , is the night chef overseeing e largo bill-of-faro at Sage's ast on the Near North Side, ne of Chicago's posh eateries. In the day he teaches history t St. Francis Theological Sem- lary. lie turns his chef's sala- ! over to his religious order. "I joined an order not llowed to eat flesh of four-leg- ed animals," ho said. So Father Bernowski said lat in order to follow his hoh- y of cooking he got a dis- ensalion so he can taste the meat he prepares -- that being n important part of the job -- ut not swallow it. "Many ot the waitresses and :itchen help are Catholics and I tear confessions from them vhile we are on duty," he said. 'Just the other night 1 heard ix. I also catch a lot of marital irohlems. They all say it is like laving their own private priest. | Northwest Arkansai TIMES, Friday, Sepl. 20, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS Weather Forecast VParm weather and sunny skies are forecast Friday for the Pacific coast and Rocky Mountain states. East of (he Rockies, partly-cloudy skies are expected for most areas. A band of showers is fore- cast from T e x a s and New Mexico to New England. (AP Wirephoto) HEW Appropriations Ban Busing, Abortions WASHINGTON (AP) -- A The abortion provision prohibits use of federal funds to pay for abortions except when necessary to save the life of the mother. Overall, the bill finances most of the government's do- ban on Using federal funds for | mastic social" programs, abortions and school busing has (heaviest funding cut by The the been approved by the Senate as Senate was $1.1 billion for wel- part of a $33 billion appropriations bill financing health, education and welfare projects. The bill now goes to a House- Senate conference committee to Jvork out differences on fund- Ing. The Senate bill Wednesday was $419 million bellow the administration's request and $297 AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) -- The million less than (he appropria-i American GI Forum · has lion approved by the House.' (launched a campaign, based fare benefits. ROTC Recruits Minority Students here, to recruit minority students in eight states to enroll in college ROTC. "The proportion of minority officers to enlistees is very low. We want to increase this proportion,' said regional coordinator Lucio Varela. Varela said that through speaking engagements and individual contacts, he hopes to inform high school seniors of the ROTC program and the 6,500 ROTC scholarships available. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week the impact statement discounts alternatives although by law il must discuss them. W i l b o u r n agreed with ACORN's attorney, John T. Lavey, that alternatives should be considered, such as the "imaginative use of other materials." He also agreed that the alternatives such as staggered work hours, an express bus system and metcred access to the free way by means of traffic signals should be considered. The effects of the energy crisis also should be discussed, he said. The environmental impact statement did not address itself to these alternatives. Wilbourn said he did not know if it legally had to do this. Jason Rouby, director of Met- roplan, said if the freeway were not constructed, the downtown area of Little Rock would "deteriorate further." Rouby testified that already professional and commercial acilities have developed in the suburbs and "sapped the vitally" of downtown because there s no freeway. The Univeruity ot Arkansas-Fa yetteville would get $3.7 mi lion, mostly for repairs to exist ing buildings. Altogether, the four-year in slitutions, community colleges the University of Arkansa Medical Center and other Un versity of Arkansas agrlcu tural programs are budgeted t spend $85,180,271 this fisca Mia' And Sonny Without Cher Said Poor TV Entries year on operations from stat general revenues. They submitted requests t taling $126,211,887 in fiscal 1976 arid $143,395,735 in fiscal 1977. T h e d e p a r t m e n t ' s staff trimmed them to $105,310,743 in fiscal 1976 and $121,123,882 in fiscal 1977. The institutions' proposed budgets for fiscal 1976 would be about '18 per cent higher than the current year's spending level. The department's recommendations are about 24 per cent higher. They also say they have to vatch their language a lot more." Father Bernowski said he has jeen a chef in restaurants in Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Va., elsewhere in Chicago and on a dining cruise ship in Florida. "But not until I went to Sage's about two months ago did I reveal I was a priest -- I just decided to do it for a personal reason," he said. "Now 1 report to work in clerical clothes, Roman collar and all. He is a priest in the Holy Catholic Church, Malabar Rite a denomination in union will the Roman Catholic Church anc By JAY SHARBUTT | NEW YORK (AP) -- ABC is releasing the last of its new TV series this weekend -- "Nakia" on Saturday night, Sonny Bono's Cher-less "Sonny Comedy Revue" on Sunday. It was not wise to set either loose. "Nakia," about a New Mexico deputy sheriff of Navajo heritage, is a wooden Indian story. And while I love variety shows, the only variety in. the Bono opener comes during the commercial breaks. One needn't expect much from from a cop show, but I was sort of keeping my fingers crossed that Bono's debut as a solo performer would somehow enliven the new television season. No such luck. His new effort may cast a pall if it continues at its non- pace. Sonny, whose top-rated CBE variety program folded lasl spring when he broke up Cher, his wife and show-bi? partner, appears just as glad to be back on TV as the studio an dience cheering his re-entry. He makes a few references to he absence of Cher, such as 'This is the first time I've been on the stage alone in 11 years' and, "Now I have to do my wn show, wash my own socks, o my own cooking and even my own sleeping." He also expresses gratitude e won't have to "worry about talian jokes any more," thuj ouching off a mock debate be- ween two ladies in the au- liehce that ends with, "Right in, pizza face!" Cielos huerio! But I digress, toward Cosell and Sally Stru- hers whisk on and off in a ieries of skits that appear de- 'ised by the befuddled. The Jackson Five sing one song, hen withdraw. The show, written by no less han eight writers, is a one- hour exercise in flopping about aimlessly while the band plays n. If the next show isn't any better, the band may refuse to play at all. recognizing the primacy of t h e Pope. On November 5, 1974 an ELECTION will be held for all seven positions on the CITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS Citizens who wish to run for one of these positions must, according to state law, be thirty years of age; must have lived inside the city limits for at least thirty days prior to filing; and must be be a qualified voter. Prospective candidates who meet these requirements should pick up a Petition for Candidacy from the City Clerk during normal business hours and have it signed by at least fifty qualified electors. This petition should be returned to the City Clerk's Office during normal business hours between 8'00 a.m. on September 6 and 5:00 p.m. on September 26, 1974, Candidates who wish to run for a four-year Ward Representative term MUST run from the ward they live in, as indicated on the map below. These positions are No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4, corresponding to the number of the ward (thus, a candidate from Ward 3 who wishes to run for the 4-vear ward representative position would file for Position No. 3). Candidates who wish to run for one of the of the three 2-year At-Large terms should file for either Position No. 5, No. 6, or No. 7, whichever they choose. Candidates who follow these instructions will later be contacted by the City Attorney and advised regarding the drawing of lots for ballot position, filing of a Code of Ethics statement, and other questions of specific interest. 2 Players Released HOUSTON (AP) -- The National Basketball Association's Houston Rockets have released two players, trimming the roster to 13 -- one over the limit. Those released Thursday are Mario Brown, a free agnt from Texas AM, and 7-foot George Johnson, a three year veteran from Stephen F. Austin. Big Melon Shown LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A 40 inch long watermelon was dis clayed on the steps of the state Capitol Thursday, and Pod Ro gers of Hope said it unquestion ably was the longest melon in history. Rogers had displayed the big melon this week at the Kansas Slate Fair for another round in the City of Hope's dispute with the State of Kansas over which grows the largest watermelons. 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