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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 29, 1974, High Point, North Carolina A High Point enter pour sunday. October 2. 1 74 As opposed to More production Sawhill pushes fuel saving Washington a Federal Energy administrator John c. Sawhill is backing Energy conservation in a policy struggle to decide whether the nation should Burn less fuel or mine and Drill for More. Sawhill said in an interview monday that he believes Energy conservation is the nations Only Short Range answer and is better than damaging the environment by All out fuel production which might require massive strip mining in the West and drilling off the untouched Atlantic and alaskan coasts. Sawhill said this was the key Energy decision facing president Ford he said he thinks the Public favors Energy conservation and he will seek Public hearings before the Cabinet level Energy resources Council advises the president on what his decision should be. The Council is chaired by Interior Secretary Rogers Morton whose department leases Federal Coal and Oil areas for development Sawhill said that others in the administration whom he did not identify probably would argue for increasing Energy production but he indicated he would rather quit than Back off his support for Energy conservation. Sawmill s Fea is soon to give the president a a project Independence report whose first draft makes no specific recommendations but presents a Strong Case for Energy conservation. Sawhill said no major changes Are expected in the final version. Here Are Sawmill s answers to key Energy policy questions a is it possible to have continuing growth in the Economy while reducing the growth of Energy consumption a. We did not explicitly study that question but i do feel there is a great Deal we can do to reduce Energy demand without having a significant Impact on economic growth. I Don t think any other Steps that we proposed in our demand reduction strategy would have serious impacts on Gnu Grots National product t. Q. Is there any general agreement on the Energy situation and goals in terms of conservation and Supply increases or is it still wide open a a. I think it s still pretty wide open i think it s Clear that Fea has a Bias towards conservation and that we feel strongly a i do. Personally a that in the Short Range this is the Only answer and in the longer Tange it s preferable to taking some of the environmental risks associated with massive efforts to increase supplies on the other hand there Are others in the administration that. In a sure will argue for moving More rapidly to expand Energy supplies q so that a the major Trade off whether to Cut your Energy growth in half or to double your production rate a yes ifs that kind of Trade off. Do you interfere with the Market mechanism in order to reduce demand and in a sense take away some of the people s freedoms a for example. Their Freedom to buy a very Large automobile or do you take measures to accelerate Supply and thereby run greater environmental risks John Sawhill in Washington office to wire photo tavern drinking changes Raleigh apr tavern operators and their customers were reminded monday that the return to Standard time Means that Beer and wine drinking in premises holding Abc permits must cease Between the hours of 1 30 a in. And 7 a m. State Abc enforcement director . Bud Maupin said in a statement that the return a to Standard time a appears to be resulting in additional confusion for tavern operators and customers Maupin pointed out that Legal hours for Beer and wine sales in places with Abc permits differ when the state is on Standard time from that called for when the state is on Daylight time. He noted that Sale and drinking of Beer and wine a must be curtailed an hour earlier this time of a failure of licensed operators to adhere to the statutory requirements could result in revocation or suspension of their Abc permits a Maupin warned. More Aid to private colleges is opposed Chapel Hill a a strongly worded statement opposing a proposal to More than triple state financial Aid to private colleges and universities is being drafted by the budget and planning committees of the University of North Carolina Board of governors. The draft asserts private higher education a cannot enjoy both the advantage of Independence from Public accountability and the Security of Public because of declining enrolments and financial difficulties for Many of its 39 members the North Carolina association of Independent colleges and universities last month urged the Board to increase state support for private higher education from about $9 million this biennium to $32,3 million in 1975-77. The committee tentatively voted at an oct. 4 meeting in Charlotte to oppose the proposal and called on John Sanders. Ung vice president for planning to draw up a recommendation to the full Board. The committee is expected to take final action on the Resolution nov. 8 and submit it to the full Board nov. 15. The statement endorses the continuation of the present level of state support to private higher education-$200 per North Carolina resident enrolled. The Money is distributed As student Aid on the basis of need the committee opposed the main Point of the association s proposal that the state provide a $400 direct tuition Grant to each in state student in 1975-78 Ami $600 the following Yea without regard for need. The statement said the proposal is a inefficient and uneconomical As a Means to help either student or their financially troubled schools. It said any state support should be concentrated on meeting the needs of students or schools which need help and avoid providing funds where they Are not needed. Meanwhile the Board of governors voted to ask the general Assembly for $836,7 million for the University for the 1975-77 budget period. The request does not include provisions for expanding the East Carolina University medical school increasing state Aid to private higher education or funds for a new Law school or a school of veterinary Medicine. The request does include $468 million to continue present programs $49 9 million to increase faculty salaries 12 per cent next fiscal year and 8 per cent the following year. A salad All clothe Crisp a a of a bored. Siutu coca Ness Lau Noisom i#t0�nouvm tit is hoi armed guard patrol service Leon m. Moffit or owner a operate hip a feint Sii it. Keen it in St Cau i inn if seclude yourself in a maintenance free a weather tight Hobby shop or work shop from. 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