Northwert Arkantas TIMES, Trturs,, Od. 17, 1974 FAVlTTEVILLi, AKKAHSAt Bishop Pushes For $ 29 -Million For UA Construction LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Dr. Charles E. Bishop, president of the University of Arkansas, and his chancellors said Wednesday the Legislative Council should go beyond the budgets for the university system that the state Higher Education Board has said should be given top priority during the next biennium. Bishop asked the legislators to provide the entire $29 million for construction at the university campuses that the board had recommended and not merely the $16.5 million that the board had assigned top priority. . The board had suggested that the legislature specifically bar the colleges and universities from issuing revenue bonds to supplement the construction funds that are approved by the 1975 legislature. The institutions are enlarging several construe tion projects -by issuing bonds to supplement state appropria tions. Bishop urged the legislators not to follow the board's sug gestion. "If passed," he said "such action would preclude our building projects that may be partially funded or which cost more than the estimates." He also said the university might not be able to start con slruction on several building authorized by the legislature ii 1973 and 1974 because building costs had outstripped the origi nal estimates. Because of inflation, Bisho said, the time lag between ob taining legislative appropria tions for buildings and actua construction "is killing us." Dr. Olin Cook, director of th Higher Education Departmen told the council that the state colleges and universities woul need an additional $78 millio during the next two fisca years. Cook" gave the lawmakers a erview of the recommenda- ns from the Higher Educa- n Board. The head o! each hool is to make his own pre- ttation lo the council today d Friday. Cook said the board- has rec- mmended $105.7 million for gher education facilities in ,cal 1976 and $121.6 in fiscal 77. The current budget is 5.1 million. Bishop Feels State Should Pay Salary LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Dr. Charles E. Bishop, president of the University of Arkansas, said Wednesday he would feel more comfortable if all of his $45,000 salary were paid from state funds. "I'm concerned about the ay my personal salary is Mrs. Petty Opposes Budget Policy LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Re ublican Judy Petty of Little ock said Wednesday she had jposed GOP administration idgetary policies "since way ack in 1969." Mrs. Petty is opposing the re ection bid of Rep. Wilbur D dills, D-Ark. She told the Little Rock Ki Â·anis Club that she favor rimming the,federal budget to void deficit spending. "I am in favor of balancing le budget." Mrs. Petty said, and if I see a Republican resident break from that, I ave no hesitancy to say I op- paid." he said. Rep. John E. Miller of Mel bourne has questioned thi propriety of paying part of tin president's salary from private funds. The university's president i allowed less than $37,000 by th university appropriation, bu the university's Board o Trustees is supplementing th pay up to $45.000 from privat ;i(ts to the University of Ar cansas Foundation. The salary of at least on other university official -- Dr Herman B. Smith, chancellor o the UA-Pine Bluff -- is supple tnented from the same source. Alexander To Speak On Rural Development Bill Alexander, United States epresenlative from the First Congressional D i s t r i c t of \rkansas, will be the keynote peaker at a conference of rural evelopment at Hot Springs Oct. 30-31, according to William Bonner, professor of co nullity affairs at the University of, Arkansas and program chairman for the conference. Alexander, who is chairman of the Subcommittee on Rura Development of the House Committee on Agriculture, wil speak at 12:30 p.m. on lli( opening day of the conference Wednesday, topic will October 30. Hi; be "The Rura Development Act--Where D We Go From Here?" The conference, which has a its theme, "Opportunities to Counties," is being co-sppnsorec by the University's Division o Community Affairs and Divisio of Continuing Education i cooperation with the Associatio of Arkansas Counties, th A r k a n s a s Association Planning Organizations, and Hi State United Slates Departmen of Agriculture Rural Develop ment Committee. Grand Larceny Charges Filed Charges of grand larcenyi nve been filed in Washington irciiit Court against Richard '. Dixon, 18, of Houle 7 and ,eo Don Grubbs, 18, of 12 W. outh St. in the theft Saturday f two motorcycles. Dixon turned himself in ,at the sheriff's 3 p.m. Vednesday. Both Dixon and re- Vashinton County fficc shortly after Grubbs Intel escaped from the Stone County Jail at Moun- liiinvicw Sunday night Mondny morning. Gruobs mains at large. The two were arrested Saturday morning at Mountain- Uiew by Slate Police while riding the stolen motorcycles according to authorities. The bikes were stolen from Stephen Ballard of C34 Whitham St. and lharlcs R. Wilson of 1004 N. College Ave. at about 3 a.m. Saturday. Grubbs and Dixon were placed in the Stone County Jail pending the arrival of Fnyet- tevillc police lo take them back to Fuycttovllle, A spokesman tor the Stone County sheriff's office said the two used a wooden slat from a cot to pry open the cell door. Auto Stolen SPRINGDALE -- A black and white 1968 Pontiao convertible with an Ohio license was reported stolen during the first week of October, police said "owner Wayne Mclntosh, 701 G Union Dr., told police he left the car parked on Walnut Street, behind Union Drive, while he was out of town that week. When he returned tht vehicle was gone. ELECT PHILLIP TAYLOR Position 7 Board of Directors City of Fayetteville Pd. Pol. Adv. by Phillip Taylor A WOMAN'S PLACE Put a different point of view In the Arkansas House of Representatives . . . a woman's view. This woman's place is in the house . . . the Arkansas' State' House of Representatives. for a change... Cathy Hale State Representative District 10 Pol. Ad Paid by Gommittet'for Cathy, Sharon Wimberly, Chairman Area Geographers Will Gather Here This Weekend On Friday and Saturday tl Southwest Division of tl A s s o c i a t i o n of America Geographers will hold its annual 'fall meeting at the University of Arkansas here. Geographers will gather from Louisiana, Texas, .Oklahoma, and New Mexico, as well as from Arkansas. Starting at 1 p.m. Friday in the Theater of the Arkansas Union, the g e o g r a p h e r s will read professional papers on resource use. A social gathering is scheduled Friday evening. On Saturday morning, a field trip will illustrate details of land use in the Springfield Plateau and the Boston Mountains. A brief visit to Devil's Den State Park will be included. Whirlpool 2-SPEED 2-CYCLE FULLY AUTOMATIC FAMILY SIZE WASHER FEATURES BUILT-IN HEAVY DUTY LINT FILTER LAA334O ONLY A FEW TO SELL .-. . $ 178 W/T mmm I I I I I I W-l- WHIP INFLATION NOW AT DENNIS HOME FURNISHINGS rlday relay Two Local Men Edit New Book T w o professors in the U n i v e r s i t y of Arkansas Department of Agriculture Economics and Rural Sociology are editors of a new book. Drs. J. Martin Redfern, associate professor, and Robert N. Shulslad, assistant professor, worked with Dr. John Reynolds of the University of Florida as editors of the new book of readings entitled, "Readings in Natural Resource Economics." The book will be used as a college text and as a reference f o r researchers examining natural resource problems. UA Marketing Fund Receives Gift The University of Arkansas College of Business Administration has received a gift o! $500 from Foleys o! Houston, a large department store, Dr Charles E. Bishop has an nounced. The contribution was made to the Marketing Research am Development Fund, according to Dean J o h n P. Owen. The check was presented to Dr. G E. Kiser by Roger Knox am Dave Wilson, representatives o the Houston firm. This is the fifth annual gift by Foleys. 5th Annual ANTIQUES Show and Sale Rogers Armory October 18, 19,20 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 27 ELECTRIC DRYER Model LNA3200 I I WE ARE OFFERING A STORE FULL OF SUPER VALUES ON RCA TV AND WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES. 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