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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa I '’.I I ;    ( SU., Jan. I?, 1371 rv MAllONAl WEATHER. SERVICE FORECAST Ie J* AM IST 29.77    30X)0 I - ll - 74 30.24 Iniwvohk Social Services Stressed At Linn Liaison Session handled on the $11 46-per-rfay By Larry Tanner Linn county’s legislative lim ratc son committee will be taking State Hep. .loan ljpsk\ said numerous ideas, suggestions^he need is greater for custodial ,|)f> universities Teachers Bogged Down by Reports Boyd Complains heard from UTI WI ATH! 11OTOC AST $ and criticisms to Des Moines for I homes. the legislature to review this year. The committee most of about 50 c r o w d e d into the council chambers at Marion city hall Saturday for a lengthy session lasting into the noon hour. Social services, or the lack of {adequate funds for them, occupied much of the morning I The board of social asked for an increase in the amount being paid for welfare patients housed in nursing homes. Foster Parents IOWA CITY (AP) IJniver-ity of Iowa President Willard Boyd complained Friday that must make so Linn Supervisor “We need a more home-like atmosphere for this type of pa-persons who|tient;. shcsaid. Linn Supervisor Jean Oxley asked that the ratio of fine money collected under the unified court system be increased from ll) to 50 percent for coun- m,• my reports that there is little line to teach Boyd said that ir the university administration’s purpose is basically “the business of public disclosure, we can not expect tex) much educationa ership.” So the state hoard of regents decided not to begin a new faculty management an- Riley Asks Opinion on Civil Service Provisions State Sen. Tom Riley (H-C.R-H increase of 9 6 percent immodi has asked Iowa Atty. General ately while others may have to Richard Turner’s opinion on twoj wajt ,u.;, |v a year to do so. matters relating to civil .service „ (mm (ortez of die Linn sheriffs and Pa> f°r <ll'l>'"y County Civil Service comm!*- ' [Ta tetter rent lo Turner ear- has askl'd ™ 10 '*,#in an lier this week. Riley pointed out: opinion as to whether the comanic board of supervisors ol mission. . . can rcquiie that the Linn county is apparently w 111 -lead-ling to extend a 9.6 percent pay increase to deputy sheriffs. . ., such increase to commence on an individual case basis on either the anniversary date the deputy’s hiring). . . or last pay increase. ties. County Auditor Merit services ^opel also urged the legislators mud report. Instead, the rcg-to seek more of the fine money cuts asked the three slate uiii-for counties.    versities to furnish copies of Retail business men in the au- other relevant reports already dience spoke against the nine underway. percent limit on interest rates to Boyd believes the public Officials be charged customers for credit should know what teachers are pay increase become effective for all deputy sheriffs simultaneously or . . . can the commission refuse to approve an iii crease that would discriminate (°*i by anniversary dates, whether h*s dates of employment or of the last pay increase the deputy re- Rain is expected tonight in the Pacific northwest, changing to snow over the inland areas. Snow is also indicated for parts of the northern Plains and upper Mississippi valley. Otherwise, except for rain in lower Texas, generally fair weather should prevail elsewhere. Aliens Stopped On 1-80, Held For Deportation GRINNELL (AP) - Nine aliens were being held for immigration authorities after an highway patrolman Increased amounts for costs buying. borne by foster parents also was He cited loan companies, suggested. Development of state banks and car dealers as ex-1 standards for day-care licensingj amples of firms which charge a j also was suggested by the social higher percentage. I services department.    ISPIRG    claim This would permit the receiving of federal funds. An in- doing, bul “I sometimes think we’re going to be so busy collecting data, it’s going to cimnel us into a non-academic” I function. The original proposal would an “This means that some depu- cej\ed tv sheriffs will receive a pay _ > d0 funds not expended during the fiscal year revert lo Probp    ,*1<1 general fund and, therefore, rrUDc    become ‘lost’ as far as the civil service commission for deputy sheriffs is concerned, or. . . arc unexpended funds placed in the general fund to be used, when needed bv the commission The Weather High temperatures Friday, low temp matures overnight and inches of precipitation: Anchorage    19    12    L. Angeles    A1    54    OI Atlanta    ..AS    33.20    Miami    77    72 Aismarck -12-37    Min’aoolis -A -24 Chicago    28    0.02    N, Orleans    73    49 Denver    IO    -a ..    New York    3*    23.50 Duluth .. -9 -21    Phoenix    A2 42 Honolulu Houston Extended Outlook — Mostly Iowa Deaths Hopkinton — Mildred Place. Graveside services Monday at 10:3o at Hopkinton cemetery. Goettsch’s. Viola Services Earl E. Sherman, 91. f0wa Monday at I at 44 ll Ta washington ll 34 m Goettsch’s,' Anamosa,’ where stopped to help their Stalled car friends day. South English may call after ll Sun- on 1-80 near Marengo have been an expansion of a Gary Goldstein, a represent-    faculty    workload    study    made [crease    in foster    parents’ cloth-ja*‘ve °* *de *owa Student Public    by    (jle    three    universities    since ling allotments for incoming!* n Ic r e s t Research Group;[970. foster children also was sug-U*SP*RG), decried the lack of Regents president Mrs. ll. gested.    public debate on the environ-Rand Peterson, Harlan, said A representative of a Marion went impact of nuclear energy, those workload studies showed nursing home said there is no He said his group is planning that the university faculties shortage of beds for patients d°ld public hearings on the “work hard Only a    shortage    for welfare pa-    matter. He claimed serious tients exists, but    they cannot be    health hazards are involved in -j    nuclear    energy    production. Al! of the legislators at the meeting agreed the state legislature is powerless to regulate Money Taken — Jackie M.j in the nuclear energy field. William H. cloudy Monday with a chance of ady with higher temperatures Tuesdayi day at 10:30 at West Unioi Gannon Tells City Briefs meeting agreed the state legis- Cr8ClltVl6WS J    Int,ire    Ic nm^rlncc In .nm,lo**    pgg    (AP)    —    A    Can didate for the Democratic gu- Trnnnn. RnH tfincnth nf tvin Pricc’ 1323 C avenue NE> rePort\ State Scn’ Tom Ri,ey said he bcmatorial nomination says if .    e    cf    GU    e(j    ji^day    that someone took favored the study, proposed by he were governor he would veto snow cast. Partly cloudy withJSUubaugh 90 services Mon- nell said Friday he found nine: $50 from her purse while it was Gov. Robert Ray, to iook into I iegisiation^’that" a*Howed"more Police said no shots vtnvinan nationals who didn’t in her unlocked car.    the use of Iowa coal for a than 12 percent interest on re- *‘red in ^ holdup and no    one tor of financial aid and place- Marble Rock Bank Robbery MARBLE ROCK (LPH -Agents of the FBI and the Iowa thereafter'' Bureau of Criminal Investiga- asking ,hal „„ opjnion b(, lion (BCU today were Hives- rought RH,.y said. Cortez rebating a Friday night robbery ferred ,0 (he possibility of re me-of the First Securities and Trust dia, legislation dependent upon Bank here.    rho attorney general’s opinion An undetermined amount o* 0n the two issues cash was taken from the bank ’____ bv two masked men who entered the bank and demanded money from one of two women tellers, Marble Rock Police Chief William Thieman said. Thieman said the two robbers .then locked the two tellers and a woman customer in a back jng an j0Wfl tuition grant to at-rooni and fled the bank. The tend a private college or univer-• women freed themselves after sity next year have until Jan. 18 the two men left.    to fjje their applications, ac- were cording to Richard Voss, direc- Deadline Friday To Apply for Tuition Grants Students interested in obtain- * I \f PYiPiin and Wednesday. Lows zero to IO Mennonite church. Friends may ‘ above Monday, up to the teens    Powell’s,    Wellman,    after    have    passports. by Wednesday. Highs IO to 15 in 7 Saturday. Dyersville Margaret He said five persons were the northeast to the 20s in the Deyc‘n Holland of Milwaukee. I seated in the car and only one southwest Monday, rising to 25 Services Tuesday at 10:30 at [had a passport. L    ‘—J    -•    lbs    Francis    Xavier.5 days, 8-5 Sundays. — Adv. volving credit accounts. William Gannon said was injured. Bank officials said ment at Coe college. the two men. who were wearing students are eligible for up to manna white glove*’ were carrying a $1000 per year, based on the c ^ chn tai in unri nictnl onrl nut thn .kil l., McBride’s. t i lt,llvl"    Trooper    Mark    Davis    of    Brook-ter, Waterloo, told police Fri- Manchester —- Grace    E.    iyn, who arrived to assist, said j Gay that while    his car was 9 hanel 82‘ ^LrVn°^s at,    he saw a hand sticking out of Pa^cc* overnight    in the Roose- lfij Monday at Shelly s, wherej    °    i«-«w    ------- friends may call after 7 Satur- the car trunk. Inside the "26 day.    men found four more to 35 by Wednesday. C. R. Weather High Friday ............. Low’ overnight downtown Low’ overnight airport Noon Sat., airport ......... -14 2 p.m. ............... -8    Calley. Precipitation ............. none    Kalona Total for Jan............. 0.32,64 Normal for Jan.............I 51 Barometer, rising ....... 30.05 Humidity at noon    53%    Patrick’s    Catholic church. Ro-    Where Spanish language    instruc- Wind direction and velocity at    ~arKs    8u5, Sa,urday    and 8    tors from the University    of Iowa Gazette weather station    2    p m. Conroy    — Vivaries D    Morn-    ass‘stc£* ‘n translating LSE at 5 m.p.h.    nich,    78.    Services Monday at 2 Sun rises Sunday, 8:33; sunUt Trinity Lutheran church. * aa    I    McSwiggin-Uhlmann sets, 0.to.    Luxemburg—Miss Magdalena Year Ago Today— High. 24; I Meyers, 80. Services Monday at low, 6; rainfall, none. * * *    source    of energy. Best Rental Open r-9 Week-    Existing    Coal    william    uannon    said    in * * *    He    I    Ray) said the    stale could    'IL'T.    Ta™'n't' shot8un and pistol and put the ability of the family to conlrib- Car Rummage - V. H. Eos- suPP'y ils own energy for 400 ' I”    ‘"L,! money in a brown paper bag, Ute, and is given by the stale to years with coal known to exist c J commit    Road    blocks    were    set    up    at    help    defray    the    higher    costs    of various locations in Floyd tuition and fees at Iowas pn- m Iowa. Riley also urged the study of “““    i^VtTT! coun,y and adjacent counties . , | velt hotel parking ramp a pair I solar energy as another ..    .    ,    .    „ v**3- 0 of prescription sunglasses worth source of power. Such devices ‘    \    ' men round lour more Mexican ^ * aKebdoor 0Dencr as windmills were used in the (>annon sa,d ho 'vou,d favor inov Murdoch's    Mc-nationals plus another walk.ng    8    j8,    past for generating energy, but veto action ‘’unless the eon- J" -viurQovn s.    down    this    hinhwav     ,____,    sumer credit indnstrv nrnviflAS down the highway.    ,    *    *    * The troopers f-aid the ten per- ,r,n nu*— i sens, who range in age from 16:    * were taken to the Save up to 50%. TOO 7th St SE John R. Buckley. Services Monday at 10:30 at Pctersiem’s. Watkins Henrv Becker. 72.    •’    *‘‘w    j    _Adv Services Monday at ll at St Johnson county jail in Iowa City to 55 vears. added. vate colleges and universities. “Each year many students who would be eligible fail to apply for the Iowa tuition grants.” Voss said. “Many students are not thinking of attending a WASHINGTON (AP) — The private school now. then later, it Detailed Profit Data Ordered electricity replaced the wrind- i s^mer credit industry provida^ Sale.! mill because it was cheaper, he ,he ^°PIe of Iowa with    full and comp ce rn orma .on    on e    g0vernrncn(    jc    required to    make    is too    late    to    receive    a    grant. State Rep. John Patchett liked J.os s j!P^ re.venues    'eri' f j public    more    detailed    informa-    “Therefore,    even    if    there’s a a suggestion from the audience rom    fx    rnNlon    0    ®    tion on business profits and rev- remote chance of a student ap- k,nds ot cremt anai-------------  J    “    plying    to    a    private    school, they should apply for the grant Tools Taken _ Tools and cai that a public referendum be\enues reported under the eco-parts worth an estimated $1,697 permitted concerning use of nu-., u-“w _____  ..    ‘    nomic    control    laws    under    a The aliens told authorities^ reported stolen Friday clear energy from the Bowman Woods Gulf County Auditor Kopel also a higher credit rate.” Degree Days Friday .................. Total to date ............. 3.271 Through Jan. ll, 1973 ..... 3,674 Percent of normal year  49.3 ll at Holy Trinity Cathole church. Scripture service at 8 Sunday ;>t Kramer’s Dyersville. where friends may call 67 after 3 Sunday. thev had pooled their money to    .    j    l    ... purchase    a    car    in    Mexico    and    stat,0IL 330    B,airs ferry    road    suggested a change in the were headed    for    Chicago    to    find    NE    ™un,>' government’s    accounting -K    *    *    *    system. Better methods of    .    .    . Embassy    Club Saturday    buf-    transferring funds    must be    residual    fuel    oil.    hu’ane    gas and    t0    enable the    public    to    gain    I*16    Iowa    general    assembly    last fet speciai:    Barbecued ribs    and    used, het said, and    no major:%:nnr    products    took    effect    Dec.    access    to revenues    for    individu-    Year.    many    recipients    of    the —Energy— (Continued from Page I.) nomic court ruling.    now.” The ruling Friday by the tem-! Coe has about 200 students on porary emergency court of ap-jcampus this year who are reeip-peals, which handles disputes on ients of the grants,. Because of economic controls, is expected expanded appropriation by Decorah — Helga Solvcig Jordahl, 69. Services Monday at 10:30 at Olson-Fjelstul’s. Computerization of roast bee( B|air Records Commended lounge for dancing, The state audit of 1972-73 Total normal year  6.631 Fires 7:28 p.m. Friday. Backfire through carburetor in the 1200 block of Fourth avenue SE. 11:23 p.m. Friday. Car fire at 3000 Sixth street SW. 8:23 a.m. Saturday. Smoke days to set sail. odg 371 g1 Sa7urday*'Car fire despite the cold weather “The departments responsible at intersection of Third street someone took several boat cush- for the development and in-and Eighth avenue SE. Boating Equipment Reported Stolen ,e"zln5    finfc,al records r    Lloyd Smith, state auditor. Thieves looking for warmer sajd ' Kirkwood’s new compu-days made off with enough terized system is now being boating equipment over the hob- adopted by the other schools in Iowa’s area school system. Thome in - Adv. * * * *•    .i/    i    An    Television    Taken    —    A    porta- operations at K rkwood Commu-    hl    taU„ie- „    u «nA Die    television    worth $94 was    re- nity college contact    praise for    Friday from    the the school., example    rn cpmpu-    resjd(,ncc #f    vjckieJ L , 1860 Eighth street NW. ♦ *    * Friday Night, The Aristocrats Monday, Lebanese night. The Indian House.—Adv. * * * Clocks Missing — A dock a1 product lines of corporations 8rant ar^ coming from middle Further energy-related devcl- instead of the aggregate reve- c*ass farniliest Vosxs said, opments included:    nue?i profits and losses now Application forms and infor- Saxbe said the anti-trust divi- available, said attorneys who n4aHon on the Iowa tuition grant sion is checking to see whether brought the case against the are Pliable through high major oil companies collate- Cost of Livjn Cound, rated to contrive a fraudulent telephone was among the fueJ fhortagcr But ho not(!d ,hid tually all corporations with an- r    e*    I    ant. ir„ct    ggy (bat SO found little cvi- changes have been made in the accounting system since 1923. Telephone Taken From Tip Top The ruling would apply to vir- school counselors and college financial aid officers. items reported missing Friday,?81*. °^*c‘a]s sa^. l.?al s.° nual sales of $250 million or from the Tip Top Distributing 'ar lhc>. havhc ,oun(l ""le cv" more. Co , 1204 Ninth street SW,    df_n.c<‘ "f such collus,on _    The    oj| jndustry for jnslance , The manager, Lawrence    An-, increasing Us easoline nriees 0 7    "ou*d kavc 10    disclose    not only    cold, cold Saturday, cxpcrienc- finson. told police a tape mea-L..,, . iiL and home heatinc    reVcnucs ,rom    opera-    ing record lows in several points vm*..        ...    ,    .u a    sure wort*1 56 and in coins I oil 5Vccntc a gallon immediate-!tionS but a,S° fr0m sPeciBc re-in the state. ions, anchors, life vests, a set of stallation of this system are to ,H lf|    and    a    clock    from a soR rirink machine were tv    *incd Products with large sales Atlantic and Villisca, in south- oars and a gasoline can from a be commended.” Smith said in U( ’    ’    ^‘ported    missing    ajso    nffiriil    Amh    v°lumcs under the ruling, said west Iowa. shared the dubious the Saturday from Coiffure s Unlim-    _____ A Japane.e ofiicial said Arab petcr Schuck of Consumers distinction of being in Iowa’s ited. 511 Seventeenth street SE,    ^    .    01 SLJPP^'S are reaching the I . Union.    deeix'st    deep    freeze    at minus Rex S. Brown, who lives at The audit for the year ended    owner- Two dollars in    ——    ‘lie'embar'o '    '    ^    '    ^l?<    Anti-trust    enforcers    and    37, a record for Atlantic, that address, was gone from June 30 lists expenditures of rrj'ns were x^'s° missing.    (Continued    from    Rage    I.)    United    Air Lines announced groups tr-ving to monitor eco-    Warmest    Low Rent it — Try it — Like it    —|    that it was not given a full    op- that 490 ground crew employes    w^'LfnTnterps^ed^    The wannest overnight low. if ,29th    portunity to examine    theiwiH be laid off Jan. 26 because j    }a?Ied ngurer    on big    corwra-iU can bc ca,,ed that’ was thc 16 below recorded in Dubuque. Other Eastern Iowa communities reporting frigid overnight lows were McGregor, minus 30; cruiters for ACTION, the feder-granted a temporary restrain- (nanu sonnol.    School    Halts    Classes    raV(“,,(>‘    minus    26;    Elkader, al agency heading the Peace ing order pending a hearing    cavmwcuv    v    t    m*nus    ^    Waukon,    minus 25; ... fit u Corps and VISTA (Volunteers in Jan. 15. GM had asked that the Keota Burglary Loss min‘tin th ti r Th* <)<’’woin and Decorah, minus 22. and the refund pokey change service to America,, are ached- order bo set aside entirely and r,. nf e?..! ft0n J***? on. ,he."res of ,hf But take heart. Things have A f.rom m PcrCTnt 70 P""nt Hied to hold interviews at the that the agency be permanently Sst at 51,000-$2,0001 town s HACAP building, 105 Eighth av- prevented from enforcing it. enue SE, Monday through Fri-1 (Earlier story on page 6.) —Wpcither— Continued from Page I ) New Greek Archbishop ATHENS (AP) — Bishop Sera-f e i rn of Ioannina became Greece’s archbishop Saturday. President Phaedon Gizikis declared him Orthodox Church head shortly after a council of bishops’ election gave him 20 of 28 votes. Bishop Dionysos of Kozani got seven votes and Bishop Chris-tostomos cf Mcssinia one. boat parked in the backyard at concluding 120! Thirtv-second street NE. audit Hie post had remained vacant ts Krlday suggcsted that since Archbishop Ieronvmos re .. signed last month following sPring recess at the three what he termed political pres- state universities be eliminated because of the energy crisis. Dec. 22 until Friday.    $6,243,749.75 by Kirkwood. Of Brown reported the theft Fri- this amount. $4,296,711.65 was day.    paid in salaries and wages. Spring Recess Elimination Aired by Board of Regents —GM— (Continued from Page * * * - Try it — Like Buy it Buresh Rental East,   .....„      ....    |,ailcu St. and 1st Avenue; South 3rd agencv’s reasons for ordering0*    energy crisis. Officials tjons St. and 14th Avenue.—Adv. the notification and repair of the ?a'd will include customer    _ * * *    vehicles    service attendants, ramp ser- ACTION Recruiting - Re- Judge Charles W. Joiner .v‘?!_a8e?!s__anl!°od and mam' Bus Tires Slashed, By Randy Minkolf IOWA CITY (UPI) member of the state board of for two months’ regi-tration. At present, the U. of I. 15. GM had asked that the Keota Burglary Loss )0 towns ll) school buses caused been worse. Back in 1912, Jan. KEOTA—Loss was placed at li5 cance,Iation of classes here 12 produced the coldest reading .•______ »•    1    zla/v___1 »n nr,/, •    _    rTiQay.    oi'pp    in    Inuua    XI    /In. sure charges $17 per semester hour for correspondence study, $4 for enrollment fee and $5 for extension of course completion date. day. * * * Wanted:    All    silver coins Jerome’s. IE Tower —Adv. * * * What Cheer Man Is Burned in Fire Officials said the current Regent Donald Shaw of Davenport said because of higher fuel costs and a predicted short- charges did not offset expendi-age of gasoline the spring vacant u r e s although the    coaction idea may become infeasi-    spondence studies were    expcct- WHAT CHEER—Melvin Kau- hie.    cd to be self-supporting, bort was hospitalized at Iowa “\ye do n0( have a similar    In other action, the regents . ( it)    today    with    second    and    third    break during the fall semester,    approved contracts    totaling    t    H    r    av‘ degree    burns    suffered    in    a    fire    shaw noted “And we may de-    $445,253 for a contract    for an here Friday night.    cide    to look into the possibility    addition    to the    Oakdale hospital Firemen were called    to his    0f    having a spring vacation1    to house    the I    of I. model rural residence shortly after 9:30 p.m.j^ jater years>” * * * Meanwhile, Ford recalled 133,000 of its 1974-model cars to fix an automatic speed control device cited bv Faubert had been working on a car in a new double garage near the house when the fire broke out. Thc garage was destroyed, b u t firemen prevented t Ii e flames from t-preading. health center. between $1,000 and $2,000 in a 1 “ua-¥-    ever recorded rn Iowa, 47 de burglary last weekend at a , Scho°.1 officials said the cutslgrees below. rural Keota residence    ^ 1^ tires cauked an estimated The national    weather service Authorities said the Robert    m    damages    and    left    the    J said it probably won t be McDowell family returned Mon-    school system without a means 1 quito as cold tonight with read- -    -    -    Device    cued    bv    nine    owners    day from a holiday trip to Ha-    (* transPO[ting the 600 students ings from about five below in 4:»5 p.m. the    day preceding Ford    said    the    unit may    not    shut    waii and ^covered their house    *’ho nde the sohGo1 buses every the southwest to ten or 15 below publication    is the deadline for 0ff properly on as many as 400 had been ransacked.    ^    1/    r Want Ads    published Tuesday VArl hut no accidents have heen Thieves made off with    a quan- Camanche    police said they ar- Sunday s outlook    is for    partly tity of meat from the freezer    nested two teenagers Friday af-j cloudy skies and moderating and a number of other personal    ternoon and charged them with temperatures, with highs from items. McDowell told authorities a friend had been watching the house during their absence and reported all was in order Sunday. through Saturday. (orreetions reported in connection with the and cancellations tan be made problem All the Fords affected from 8 a m. to 9 a m., Monday Dial 398- 8234.—Adv. are large or intermediate models. injury to property.    five to ten    above    in the    norlh- The youths are being held at    east to 15    or 20    above    in the the Clinton county law center.    southwest. Memorial Services Harshhargrr, tU< hr I Srott 4 Funds for the out-patient unit, p m. Sunday .at the Chapel of total budget of Memories bv thr nrv* Dori T House Is Entered, Refrigerator Taken A refrigerator owned by a ten Maple of Lovely Lane United ant who left without paying the However, University of Iowa President Willard Boyd said any which has a total budget chance in the academic eaten- ttM.MO. will come from a grant Mottedist church. Cremation rent was reported stolen Friday dar, specifically the spring va- from the L. S. public health ser- will be held with remains to hr ju. ianainrH vieivin r vim cation, would have to be decid- vi(-<* and from fund reserves r*f murnod in Mt. Hope Abbey at    ’    * 4 Topeka, Kan. Arrangements by Iowa Electric Tells Boost in Gas Prices Customers of Iowa Electric-Light and Power Co. will re ed in “the long-range planning.'’ the hospital. He cited several colleges which    Church    Purchase plan field trips and other activities during the scheduled time n addltH>n, {be regents off. Okay Calendar Cedar Memorial funeral home. ap Defense Man Dies proved a new gynecology in pa- TOKYO (AP; — Wang Shu-tient unit and support facilities -sheng. 69, (hina’s vice-minister I at the U. of I. general hospitals. j°* national defense, died in Pe- _ The regents then approved the    The board also approved    the    Monday,    China    s    Hsinhua ceive a 6.4 percent    boost    in    the    H. of I. calendar through 1975.    university’s offer to purchase news agency said Saturday, prices they pay for    natural    gas.    The board also approved in-    property now occupied by    the the company said Friday.    creases in correspondence fees    First Presbyterian church    of Company officials said that    ut the U.    of I Included in the    Iowa City for $140,000 to be used the firm was paseang on to its    proposal was a hike    to $20 per    as a recreation area for stu- customers a wholesale price in-    s e rn e s t    e r hour    for corre-    dents in nearby dormitories, crease imposed by its supplier,    spondence    study, an    enrollment    The purchase still is subject to Northern Natural Gas of charge of $5 per course, an ex*; approval by the Iowa executive Omaha, Neb.    j    tension course comp'etion to $10[ council. 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