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Vol. XV, No. 18
leads to layoffs
in College cafeteria
amount spent on operating ex­
Because the cafeteria is a
self-sufficient entity, it receives
The College Food Ser­ no funds from the Associated
vices department has laid off
Student Government.
two employees and cut back
In terms of actual changes,
cafeteria hours in an attempt to the cafeteria will now be open
eradicate a $28,000 overrun in
from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Prior to
their 1980-81 budget. "
this, the area closed at 7 p.m.
Norm Grambusch.head of In addition, full breakfasts will
the cafeteria, said that Ruth be discontinued.
Stems and Gloria Franklin
“We ran quite a few
have been laid off, effective
surveys,” Ryan said, “and
March 1. Also, Karen Collum
discovered that only an
has had her hours reduced by
average of 8.5 full breakfasts
one fourth.
were being served per morn­
Bill Ryan, dean of college ing. This made the costs pro­
services, explained that the hibitive.” Another change in
auditor’s report on last year’s service is that hamburgers will
budget revealed the overrun. not be available until 10:30
During that year, the cafeteria a.m.
made a total of $239,502. This
“We <lidn’t' want to lay off
was $28,000 less than the any employees, but we felt this
was the only way to cut costs
without raising prices too
high,” Ryan said. Each of the
cafeteria personnel makes ap­
Another guest, speaker at proximately $8 per hour.
“One week isn’t enough
the meeting was Dave
McTeague, a Democratic can­ time to tell for sure,” Ryan said,
didate for the U. S. Senate. “but so far it lboks like the ser­
McTeague talked about his vices haven’t been cut
candidacy and regarded his op­ significantly, and sales haven’t
ponent Denny Smith as a gone down. Hopefully, no
“hypocrite” and a “fluke.” (See more changes will be
story, page 3).
By J. Dana Haynes
Of The Print
Staff photo by Duane Hiersche
THE WEATHER COOPERATED last Friday as the college Inter-varsity Christian
Fellowship group held a free car wash. Here, one of 85 vehicles is being washed.
Hakanson ponders raise in tuition
By Alison Hull
Of The Print
College President Dr.
John Hakanson addressed the
Associated Student Govern­
ment at last week’s meeting,
regarding the possible tuition
increase which could take place
during the 1982-83 fiscal year.
“We do not have as much
money left over to carry us into
next year as we’d hoped,”
Hakanson said. “A tuition in­
crease will be a way of boosting
College revenue.”
This announcement came
on top of the Oregon
legislature’s decision to cut
back revenues for community
colleges by 9.1 percent. “If we
increase part-time tuition by
$18 and full time by $10, the
College may see an estimated
gain in revenue of $90,000 to
$95,000,” Hakanson said.
Dave Buckley, student what radio station they would
programs specialist com­ like to listen to.
mented on the eagle painting
In other business, the
above the fireside lounge en­ ASG denied the speech team
trance. “We’re getting a lot of their request of $1,212. “The
negative feedback on the problem was we just don’t have
eagle,”Buckley said. “Some enough money in our budget,”
faculty ‘members felt it wasn’t said John Schaffer, liason of­
worth the money.
ficer for the senate.
“We’d like to get some
reactions from students to see
how they like or dislike it and if
the majority of the students
don’t like the painting, maybe
Dr. Joe Uris, who teaches Oregonian, Uris feels that
we can take it down and ask
the Art Advisory Board what to sociology at the College, an­ “Things have reached a point
nounced Tuesday that he will where it is possible for the city
do with it,” Buckley said.
Tn other business, there run for election to the Portland to go two ways. With the
were some complaints about City Council. Uris will be runn­ economic situation that Oregon
the radio in the CC mall. ing for the seat held by Com­ is in now, the city could be
devastated. The council has to
Daphne Stone, Art Director for missioner Mildred Schwab.
Uris, 41, said that con­ take active leadership in pro­
ASG said, “Someone took an
unofficial survey of students to cerns about the city’s leader­ moting a widely diversified mix
see what station they’d prefer ship prompted him to file for of job opportunities.”
Uris feels that several
to listen to and most of them election. Uris was President of
Portland State University from changes could take place and
said KGON.”
The ASG passed a motion 1966-67, but has never held a would strive to make them
should he be elected. He feels
to conduct a survey of the general public office.
As reported in The that members of the Portland
students in the CC mall as to
Uris running for council seat
A spiritual
on economics
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Development Commission
should be elected, to make
them responsible to the voters.
The members of the commis­
sion are currently appointed by
the mayor.
Uris also feels that a
civilian review board should ex­
ist to review complaints against
the police and recommend
disciplinary actions. He is also
advocating a 25 percent cut in
pay for city council members.
“The people are taking it on the
chin. So should they,” he said.
Aging delegation
brings discussion
to campus
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