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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1973
uroM Art to ask Fiscal Cmri ai
rate, Mitchell said he expects the school
to "run out of money about the first
part of December' unless more revenue
On the motion of CarlJ. Zoeller, chairman of the School of Art trustees com-
Because they say the continuation of i
the Louisville School of Art lslnjeopar- -.
dy, the Art Center . Association has
asked Jefferson Fiscal Court for a
grant of $25,000.
Members of Fiscal Court, were
duled to tour the school and review
the request yesterday afternoon, Sept.
5. A decision Is not expected for some
The school opened for the fall term
this week and reported enrollment
slightly Increased over last year. By
Tuesday morning, 53
students had registered.
But J. Stuart Mitchell, treasurer of
the Art Center Association, which oversees the school, expects a budget deficit of $15,000 for the coming year.
Mitchell told an Aug. 29 meeting of
the association board the deficit would
have been $60,000 but for a recent
elimination of many costs. Among these
he listed telephone extensions, long distance calls, travel expenses and the
elimination of some courses.
Mitchell said his estimate assumes
another successful art auction, which
earlier this year netted about $10,000.
mittee, Mitchell's suggested budget. Including the deficit, was formally adopted.
Although board member Mrs. Charlotte
Price was said to have "several irons
la the fire" which might produce new
revenue, only the $25,000 proposal was
discussed In detail.
In their request to Fiscal Court, the
association said the full amount of the
$25,000 request might not be needed,
depending on other fundralslng efforts
between now and May 31, 1974, the end
of their fiscal year.
However, the request stated, "the continuation of the school Is in Jeopardy
if we cannot begin the year with a
commitment for this amount."
Mitchell noted the Louisville Orchestra
Is seeking a $9,000 appropriation from
even at the reduced
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Three Finchville women this week
served notice on the Louisville and Jefferson County Air Board they will oppose plans to buy land for a major new
airport In their community.
Mrs. Sarah Nightengale, Mrs. Lena
Frledrich and Mrs. Jean .Dawklns, expressed their views at an Air Board
meeting Tuesday, Sept, 4, at Standi-for- d
Field. And they announced plans for
a community meeting to discuss the Issue
Friday, Sept. 7, at Finchville Baptist
Church at 8 pm, Friday, Sept. 7, at
The three women said they believe
no big Jetport Is needed anywhere in the
Louisville metropolitan area. Their opposition took on special importance this
week as the Finchville site was announced as the first choice among several
alternatives for the new Jetport.
Mrs. Nightengale, spokesman for the
trio, limited her formal presentation to
a series of questions directed at board
chairman James Thompson,
She recalled a recent telephone conversation she had had with Thompson
and asked him to confirm a statement
made by him that the airport would not
be a "massive big Jetport."
Am I right that it is not going to be
a huge Jetport, but will be another
regional airport, like Standlford, only
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Another potential source of funds Is the
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Judge Todd Hollenbach have gone' out
asking for views on the Idea. "I hope
you will heartily endorse it, because
that's a good source of funds for us,"
The economy drive has given added
stimulus to the use of volunteers at the
school. Mrs. Ruth Drennan said some
25 volunteers have agreed to work as
receptionists, librarians and office
workers. Mrs. Price said 10 others will
work in the gallery, greet the public and
staff a new gift shop scheduled to open
about Sept. 15.
Missing from last week's board meet- -
oppose jetport plan
Out of money
county government to support its
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a little larger?" she asked.
"Yes," answered Thompson.
But at that board member Ely Brown
in Interrupted to say "I don't think
we can answer these questions."
Brown said the nature of the new
airport would depend on too many future
developments to be able to describe It
In response to her questions, Air Board
general manager James Gagnon said
Standlford cannot be expanded easily
because of nearby highways and the
cost of buying enough land to protect
against future noise problems. Mrs.
Nightengale said Chicago had solved
the highway problem by building runways over highways. She suggested the
same be done here.
At that point board member John Y.
Brown Jr. said Mrs, Nightengale's
questions Implied the board had already
decided to build the new airport. He
insisted this Is not true, that the Air
Board "is not committed and will not
be until the evidence Is such that we
have no other choice."
Mrs. Nightengale asked how the board
would go about buying the land and
holding It for several years until the
need for the airport was clear. This
approach had been recommended by
the board's site evaluation committee
Board attorney Kennedy Helm said
the board could condemn the land, buy
it and lease It back to the present
Asked what compensation a leaseholder would get then If he elected to
make any Improvements, Helm S'U
he did not know.
And when Mrs. Nightengale asked what
might happen to the leaseholder If the
board later decided It did not want
the land after all, another board member claimed the questioning was becoming "too speculative."
Just before Mrs. Nightengale spoke,
Dr. Robert S. Levy, a member of the
site evaluation committee, formally presented the committee recommendation of
the Finchville site,
In introductory remarks, Levy noted
that while one alternative would be to
"do nothing" to the region's air transport facilities, the committee could not
recommend that. "Growth Is inevitable"
But Dr. Levy added that "The community has no official policy on growth,
and it is our hope our statement will
stimulate community leaders to seriously consider a policy on growth."
Levy said air transportation does not
cause growth, It responds to growth,
and in view of the normal growth that
can be expected, action to meet air
transport needs should be taken now.
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Yenawlne, 23, was the school registrar
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In other school business, Yenawlne
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Culllnan as an Instructor In weaving and
textile design. Ms. Culllnan replaces
Mrs. Alma Lesch, who has taken a
leave of absence.
Ms. Culllnan is a graduate of the
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