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10 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Ihurs., Oct. 24, 1974 FAYKTTEVILLt, ARKANSAS _ ' Alan and Marilyn Bergman Team Lyricists Adapt Words, Music To Script By JAY SHAKBUTT NEW YORK (AP) -- In many songs under construction, '" says lyricist Alan Bergman, "there are words on the tips of those notes. AH we have to do Is find them, that's all." The other half of "we" is his wife, Marilyn. Together they've written lyrics for a siring of hit t u n e s ranging from the wretched "Yellow Bird" to this year's lovely, Oscar-winning "The Way We Were." While they've worded the theme songs of five television Game Director Presents Budget Justification LITTLE HOCK (AP) -- An drew Hulsey, director of Ihe stale Game and Fish Commis sion, indicated Wednesday that the commission would be oper ating at a much slower pace because ot financial problems. Hulsey told the stale Legisla live Council that the commis sion would be maintaining wha it has and will do little acquisi lion and development of wild life and fishing areas with the current income from licenses. Hulsey appeared before the council to justify the agency', proposed budget for the nex two years. He made no direc plea for the commission's re quest for authority lo rais hunting and fishing license from $3.50 lo $7.50 a year, bu the budget made the point. "The commission has starlec to shift into a mainlenance-typ operation in the coming bien nium due to our declining fun balance and the continuing in flationary trend in the genera economy," Hulsey said. He said the commission is no removing any of the new pro; ects under way and those fo 'which it is obligated but not ye started will be completed at much slower pace in the future A few projects might be can celed in the future because o the long delay in funding them he said. The commission says the pro posed license increase Is neces sary to carry on the onrrer level of acquiring and devel oping wildlife and fishin areas. The council took no action o the budget but voted to have special committee review closely and make recommenda tions to the full body. Alexander Opposes BATESVILLE, Ark. (AP) -Rep. Bill Alexander, D Ark said Wednesday there neve would be a veto-proof Congres "If 435 Democrats were elec *d in Nox'emher to go to Con gress to represent the people this country," Alexander saic "the first thing we would c when we got there Jan. 3 wou be to choose up sides betwee the liberal sand conservative and those in between." Alexander told a crowd at A kansas College that he oppos "a rubber stamp Congress." H said he thought state and fede al legislators should conce trate more on representing t true interests of their co sliluents. ries, including "Maude," they ven't done much more in TV. ul they're waltzing into il in a way soon with "Queen of e Slafdust Ballroom." The show, which CBS says 11 air in January, is a dra- alic musical written specific- iy for TV. It stars Maureen aplelon as a freshly-widowed, iridle-agert Bronx woman who ids a new life in ballroom ancing. "If Ihis had been for a high hool theater in Dubuque. we ill would have done it because e script was so special," says rs. Bergman, a warm, but no- jnsense woman. Like her hus- and, she's Brooklyn-born. The casually dressed colla- oralors, Los Angeles residents e past, 20 years, wrole the ords for seven songs in the BS musical, working with omposer Billy Goldenberg and criptwriter Jerome Kass. The old question: Did the lyres or music come first? Bergman, a soft-spoken man ' 49, grinned. "Well, we got Ihe book (Ihe cript) first," be said. "The our of us talked about where should spol the songs. In ome cases, they were obvious n olhers they were not." While the music came first or six of the lunes, said his ife, collaborating on the an wer, "Ihe exception was Ihe irsl song, which is really a book' song with a lol of impor ant information. And lhat wa: yric firsl." She said that by "book song' Jie meant a tune which con Read H October 27 « R, Lifestyles: · Our Parents, Ourselves, Our Kids and Mating Habits *TA« bey vosld pkoae on Monday and, ask ats oat \or Saturday night and after a fey: months of these Salurdn-f nights . . . many j ss actaaliy married this stranger.'* Famous author Rona Jaffe writes exclusively this week for. FAMtLY WEEKLY on the changing Hfestytes of the test seventy years. Examine trie differences between Victorian attitudes toward marriage and today's open generation of young people. 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"The one thing you learn a: an grow older, hopefully wise id you write more and more ongs, is thai the alternative pulling together a lyric are idless." her husband said. "So if we aren't satisfied o e composer isn't satisfied len we find another way to di Many would-be songwriter :ill in the Jnne-moon-croo .age olten seek salvation i Kyming dictionaries. Not s he Bergmans. "We have one, but we ver arely use it," he said, "By thi ime, most of it is pretty muc n my head. 1 ' "We're always looking for a dea," she added. "The rhym s the least of it." Charlie Chaplin Plans Movie LONDON (AP) -- "I'll never elire." said Charlie Chaplin, 0. "Perhaps I said I would, ut I can't. Things keep pep- ing up in my mind." With that, up popped the an- oimccmcnl from the "Little 'ramp" of silent movies that D planned to produce a movie rom a story called "The reiik" that lie wrote years ago or liis daughter, Victoria. It has to do with an angel vho comes down to oailli. "We began to rehearse it to jclhcr." he told, newsmen Wednesday at a theater party it which two of his old movies vcrc shown. "Then she left lome to get married. But meant to make it one day, anc ive're going ahead," Voters Decline \ CONWAY, Ark. (AP) - AT ansas' voting-age population growing steadily, but the per ceniage of those eligible wh actually register to vote is de dining. That finding is reported "Insights," a publication ot th Institute of Politics in Arkansa at Hendrix College at Conway. This year, Arkansas had 996 985 persons registered to vpl as of June 1, according to fig urcs provided by state Auditq Jimmie "Red" Jones. That 72.7 per cent of the estimate number of eligible voters. Consumers Claim APL Books Juggled To Justify Increase ITTLK ROCK (AP) - Fred wan. director of Arkansas Budget Hearings ,1TTLE ROCK (AP) _ The dgct hearing schedule of the rkansas Legislative Council s been rearranged because ot Nov. 5 general election. 1'he council has postponed ap- arances by representalives of e slate's General Revenue ipartment until after the elec- 'ii. Representatives of several ajor departments were to ap- ear before the council which ad planned to meet Monday rough .Thursday nexl week he council's revised schedule alts for il to meet only on ucsday and Wednesday. · Only those offices holding ash funds and constituliona nd legislative offices are 5'/4% 6%%. 7'/2% . Re have a savings program and Interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan · Association 101 N. East Avenne nisumcr Research, contended cdnesday thai Arkansas Pow- Lighl. Co. had juggled Its okkecping regarding its Nil- car One generating station to rce the public to pay for "n mplctcly unjustified rale incase," The state Public Service ommfssion is conducting hear- gs into APL's proposed $38.6 illion rate increase, Cowan said APL is not giv- ihcdulcd .to make appearances ext week. ng the PSC a true picture of .he amount of Increased reveille it will receive If the PSC approves the proposed rate hike. He contended that APL is not showing the actual monetary benefits il will derive from usd of the increased capacity of Nuclear One. Cowan said APL is trying to gel the PSC to throw aside Ira- djlional raUvmaking principles lo allow the proposed increase. He called this a "radical departs" from public utility rale- making methods followed by the PSC In the past. APfcL already has put Ihe proposed rale hike into effect .indcr bond. It must refund- any purl of the increase eventually disallowed by the PSC or Ihe courts. C o n s u m e r Research h a s spent about $800 so far in fighting the proposed increase, Cowan said. A public utility consulting firm hired bv Consumer Research for Ihe PSC hearings had charged $5,000, he said, but the normal fee for thai service would have been about $50,001). , VOTE For PAT W ATKINS PCS. 2 (Ward 2) "A Proven Record of Servite' to Foyatteville" · PAST PRESIDENT UNITED FUND · CITY CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION · PAST DIRECTOR C of C · FORMER BOY SCOUT LEADER "Proven Leadership For the Future" ; Paid Political Adv. by Hugh Brewer OPEN DAILY 9.9 SUNDAY CLOSED Pine Mountain Fireplace LOG 4 For Gives you up to 3 hours burning color. ROOM SIZE RUG 24.00 100% Nylon Plush Pile. 9x12. ICE CUBE TRAY 2 for Blue Metal Trays With Hand Release. GINGER JUG LAMP 5.00 White, Orange, Yellow and Black. CAPRICE BLANKET 2 for S 7 72" x 90" Solid Color Blanket in Gold, Blue, Pink and Green. MULTI-COOKER FRY PAN 12.00 Attract ive Buffet Styling With High-Dome,: Vented Vover. 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