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Thursday, April 9, 1992
Budget recommendations made
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people understood what they
could ask for," added Finn.
Clubs are encouraged to submit
a revised budget request if they
did not receive all of the funds
they requested. "Very few groups
get everything they ask for
simply because there isn't enough
to go around," she said.
SGA will not vote to pass the
1991-92 budget until April 15.
"This gives the clubs a week, if
they feel that something was
misinterpreted, to write up an
Tonight SOC will hold it's
monthly meeting at 6:30 p. m.
in Reed 117 and during this
meeting the budget committee
will be available to answer
questions about the allocation of
Co-sponsorship is one option
clubs can consider when
requesting funds for certain
events. This type of sponsorship
elicits a favorable response from
the budget committee. Co
sponsorship allows different
organizations to work with each
other and other college offices in
order to improve the quality of
programs on campus.
Some of the criteria which the
budget committee considers when
determining who gets how much
includes the number of students
served by the organization,
number of members, diversity
and enrichment of the program
and originality of the club.
Among the restrictions on the
use of funds are the funding of
partisan political activity/support
of candidates, appropriating for
personal gain and purchase of
Each club has been provided
with a copy of the Initial Budget
Requests and the rationale for the
funds appropriated to each club.
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TRIPOLI, LYBIA - PLO officials reported a
jet carrying PLO chief Yasser Arafat
disappeared in a sandstorm Tuesday night
while trying to make an emergency landing
in the Libyan desert. Sources reached at the
Tunis office of the Palestine Liberation
Organization chairman said 12 people were
aboard the jet. It was later reported that
Arafat had survived the landing.
WASHINGTON More than a third of House
members have challenged an ethics
committee count of their bad checks. More
than 300 current and former members are
facing disclosure. Anyone who wrote even
one bad check on a House bank account over
39 months will make the list which will be
released to the public.
NEW YORK - A federal judge denied 71-
year-old hotel queen Leona Helmsley's last
ditch attempt to win a new tax evasion trial
Tuesday. She was ordered to report to prison
next week. Asked how she would handle going
to jail, Helmsley said, "Maybe I can drop dead."
She must report to the federal prison hospital
at Lexington, KY, on April 15 to begin serving
a 4-year prison sentence.
NEW CANAAN, CONNNECTICUT ~ A woman
convicted of repeatedly trespassing on David
Letterman's property has appeared once
again near the talk show host's home, police
said. Margaret Ray , 39, of Crawford, Colorado,
has been arrested six times since 1988 for
trespassing at Letterman's home. She was
first arrested while driving his Porsche into
New York City. At the time she identified
herself as Letterman’s wife.
ERIE -- Erie School District officials will
have a fight on their hands during the next
two months as they debate the closing of
Academy High School and the School for the
Performing and Visual Arts. The school
district plans to close Academy and eliminate
SPAVA in order to balance the 1992-93 budget.
Parents and teachers from Academy and
SPAVA vow to fight the cuts, claiming more
harm would be done by closing the school
than moving it to Technical Memorial.