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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Kapltb Gazette: Thurs.. May 30, 1974 More Funds to Seven DES MOINES (Ul'l) The City; nearly for Iowa Iowa school budget review com- city; for the Lawton-1 mittcc approved supplemental budget requests Wednesday for seven Iowa school districts, to- taling hut denied a re- quest from one school district. The Des Moines schools will receive an additional for a number of new staff members. The Sioux City school totaling for two projects and the Saydel sehoob will get a grant for a career edu- cation project. Budget Hearings Also receiving school budget committee approval were a budget request for Swea Branson Consolidated schools' and for Kcokuk. Tho requests were approved following day-long budget hear- ings by the department of pub- lic instruction. The only request denied was a district will receive two grants request by Council Bluffs for expansion of the dis- trict's special education pro- gram for fiscal 1974-75. The DCS Moines grant will be used to salary several new staff members during the next fiscal year. Two requests made by Sioux City were approved while two requests by that community were denied by the budget re- view group. SID Project Approved was a re- quest for a Self Image Develop- ment (SID) project in three ele- mentary schools and a request for the expansion and development of media services at the elementary and senior high school levels. Included in the SID projecl are funds needed to implemcnl the development program in the three schools which are iden- tified as racially segregated under guidelines set by ihe DPI. The schools did not qualify for Retrenchment Program Seen for Road Agency AMES Due to rising costs brought on by inflation, the Iowa highway commission learned Wednesday it is fac- ing a drastic retrenchment program. Programming and schedul- ing Engineer G.W. Anderson, warning the commissioners he was bringing them "bad news, not glad re- ported construction costs in fiscal year 1975 are going to be up 33 percent over project- ed estimates. Added to this is a reduction 'Sippi River Bridge Demolition Plans Told MARQUETTE Tentative plans for the demolition of the present Marquette to Prairie du Chien Mississippi river bridge have been set by Wisconsin highway officials. C. D. Anderson, district chief engineer of the Wisconsin divi- sion of highways at the La- Cros.se office said Wednesday he has completed plans and specifi- cations for the demolition of the bridge.. The plans call for a bid letting on the project Sept. 17 with demolition work to begin about Dec. 1. Completion of the proj- ect is expected in June of 1975. Anderson notified Prairie du Chien Mayor Al Winter of the plans. No mention was made, howev- er, of Marquette's request to re- tain the west end of the bridge as a scenic overlook. in resources, brought about by less than anticipated federal funding and increased budget- ary requirements approved by the Iowa legislature. Present Program Anderson said the present J975 program assumes the availability of million for new right-of-way 'and con- struction, including mil- lion of over-obligation to be paid from 1976 resources. However, only million will be available. "This smaller he said, "must cover the million carried over from 1974 due to inflation, plus proposed projects now estimated to cost million." He added that recommendations will be made as to what projects should be cut down, scrapped or deferred. Federal Funds Anderson said latest iniiica- tions are the federal govern- ment will provide Iowa with million for all programs next year, which is million lower than expected. And, he continued, the Iowa geenral assembly approved million more in budgetary costs than was anticipated. Vice-chairman Stephen Garst responded to the report by saying it looked like a reduc- tion in personnel and projects were imminent. Sentimental Journey In a Model T Ford A Davenport denist, Dr. Alan P. Hathaway, is set to take off on a sentimental journey Sunday from New York's battery to San Francisco in a model T Ford. Dr. Hathaway, who plans to travel on historic U.S. high- way 30 for as much of-his trek as possible, is scheduled to stop overnight in De Witt Friday and pass through Cedar Rapids next Saturday: Dr. Hathaway notes that 50 years ago a similar trip again using highway 30, was made in the one millionth model T. His auto, appropriately decorated, is the ten millionth model ,T, of 1924 vintage. Ignoring offers from gas companies mid others to sponsor his trip and gain advertising material Hathaway plans to go it alone for the estimated two weeks. He does, however, have an air-conditioned camper to back him up. ixlcral funds so the state budg- supplement was requested. The media services expansion ill add two satellite media enters to the one already fund ducation. Programs Refused The two Sioux City programs cfused extra budget monies wo improvements in a newly- e v c 1 o p e d career education enter costing and for staff growth and de- elopment programs. T li c committee approvet for a continuation of a! areer education program at aydel which has been in effect or a number of years. But, the oard denied a request for addi- onal funding to cover unusual osts for transporting students ho are not eligible for school us rides under Iowa law. Swca City will receive for an additional teacher aide and a new program connected with driver education while Lawlon-Bronson will be able to Political Adverllsemenl Political Advertisement by the Sioux City board of use out of the board sec- icatinn. rctary's balance to furnish equipment for the construction of classroom space. Unclaimed Funds Begins Saturday DBS MOINES (Ul'I) The 36th annual American Boys State begins its seven-day run at Camp Dodge Saturday, with more than 800 youths scheduled to participate. The Iowa department of Kcokuk will be allowed to use Public Law 874 funds which are not being claimed. The will be used as allowable growth in the future. Iowa City will be able to use for an out-of-court seltle- n e n t and allowable rowth for a city-school spon ored youth program. Rejected was a request from ouncil Bluffs for an advance What Cheer May Get a Physician WHAT CHEER There is a xjssibility What Cheer may lave a physician in a few months. Spearheaded by the What Cheer Lions club, a committee of eight has been working on the matter, and Dr. M. L. McClena lan of Sigourney is seriously considering maintaining an of ice in What Cheer. Several details remain to be worked out before such a plan can be concluded. If those de ails can be worked out, Dr McClenahan would continue lo ive in Sigourney, continue his practice there, and would be a :he What Cheer office on a part lime basis. A nurse would be on duty in Ihe What Cheer office during morning and afternoon office hours. An option to -buy the residence was signed by thi Lions club. It would be used a, the doctor's office. Were this ti become a reality both the Keo kuk, county hospital, Sigour ney, Mahaska hospital, Oskaloo sa, would be available to his p; tients. What Cheer has been withoi a physician since April 8, 1972 when Dr. John Maxwell retire at the age of 81, after 58 yean of practice in What Cheer. 30 YEARS AGO Lt. Gen Mark W. Clark predicted Rom would fall "before many day have passed." high school juniors seniors -give Coe College a try! Did you you are eligible to finish'high school and get college credit at the same time? take suihmer courses at Coe for V COE SUMMER offers seniors thespeciaTopportunities. The Summer is based on two terms either or botfh We have some special concentrated courses, which meet 3 "hours for 3 ueeks, as well as a special Study Skills Workshop ifiithe first' term, and a special counselor for high school students. Summer Session tuition tsjjow 56.00 per course, and we have some courses which find of interest. For example Art Elements fhrougli Photography K Photography Workshop Psintingll, III, Ceramics I, I Principles of Accounting I and II AnatpmyAa.f Businessfheatlership Principles and II lo 1bOO History of Since 1500 Historyjof-thB'Unitca'Stalos to 1865 V v O 5 History oyhe United 1865 Man's Religions Aiding The'Hunter Seat tennis 'J v PfiySics I and II c 3 Intrpductory Psychology -3 f, ..Introductory Sociology A Imijpdueti'on to Educaxipn 'introduction to LibeiahArts For more opjtortuiiities fof: high school students, write or Box 91H, Coe College, 364-1511, ext. 428. [American Legion, which spon- sors the event, said 832 boys are registered lor the week, which involves training in the fun- damentals of municipal, county and state government. Youths attending Boys Stale will can out in practice all functions of state, county and municipal government. 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