Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 25, 1974, Page 9

Cedar Rapids Gazette

July 25, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Thp Ocl.ir Rapids fiazrtte: Thurs.. July 25, 1971 Regents Approve Million Operational Budgets ibout 7u pricent of tin- gcncr- last vear. They said mil- budgets lor the .school unr.er.si! a iiuin liie !i million m In Dl'.S MOIXKS 11 I'll I'IUMM-'-JIV of Iowa, mil- ended .him- 'M. Thev said is percent lamer than for Ollirials said the increased Seven K state iHiard of regents lion for Iowa State uiii'.ci'-itv ill lo genera! budgets totaling sity ol .Northi-in 'I he v.ilii the leniaiader more than Jin million !or current school Near from student fees and universities during 1 yar. The Regenfs Permit Expanded Gov. Ray: U. of Alcohol Sales 'No Intention1 Davis Arrested" DKS Mui.NKS I.AI'I- Sen-- s'adei.t iiniun. uimu- Of Hiko On Murder Charge I 1 I i it' Q A mg alcoholic beverages a! the siu eniir.-i- ana m ihea- rniversity of Iowa lias been auditoriums. DKS MDIM'.S i.M'i do approved bv the state board heads Will be to of rebuts despile opposition ,rl.Vl. by (he director of the ur'.iver- funriions :..nd to arraiiye a 'ol' raNini; sily's .school of library sci- "iiai-py lioiir' for conferences turned to office. and meetings held on cam- Hu' i! a lax hike became nei Citins alcoholism as tins :i-sar-y support r.rov.'hiR tl, aht conierenee this program will in no way classroom situation, but no itild uiiderniine the area schools decrees would bt awarded by eisily ,he liegent U.MA, officials said. John Bal'Iridge. Chariton, Tiie development of the co- endorsed by the Mid-America Mnie Lni1.er.siiies As.sii. and financed by a gran! irurn the National Insti- tute ol Kducation. of member Radio country's "realest drnu prob- Auainst Interests h i said he v.iinld lirst consider'u'llul k-ni, liol. 1'i-edeiick j hired a state to kill man read a prepared slate- tlk. ;-1 wife, Marv Margaret 7 "in" ilm'TSIlV :ind thu -b on .hot w'iHHhc director of the io wiihstand :i crimiiral I', ol I. officials cited in ;lnv inerease in! Davis teamed with Del Moni- Iheir permission ;in l''irl.v morning radio granted by the regents last Uitv's institute in state and local ;show on K10A- niontn to State Civic Groups Promote Sigourney Theater SlGOlTiNEY Sigourney 's six civic organisations are again planning a promotion in support of the Garden Theatre. Proceeds from these promo- tional events are used to sup- port and pay for the theatre. This year's project will be to sell family theatre tickets on a six months basis, beginning September 1, 1S74. The tickets will sell for S2B for an entire Family for six months. The tickets will entitle any or all members of an individual family to attend movies during the six months period. Beginning September 1, there will be one movie per to be shown Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. .venimeiu Wednesday Bm if would. State Authorizes erages in certain areas, in- ,ht, Ditch Repair Project! The request for jiermission He said he would also consid-j AMES The Iowa highway 'r increasing" the top tax Wednesday gave en, and approval to undertaking a ditch on the fine arts campus would p-roject, to be paid for generally mvolvc wines and h lhe emergency and conlin-i punches in connection with openings, receptions and spe- j V' geney fund, on Iowa highway I've fought against the sales1979 (Old Iowa 1) in Johnson tax because it is j Ray said, adding that the same! The area lo be repaired, at a; is true of a property tax. Tickets will be available be- varied arrangements for coed ginning July 25. They will bej housing or for students with for sale by members of common interests, regents Chamber of Commerce, Kiwanis Executive Secretary R. cial performances, university officials said. Dorm Arrangements In other business, the re- gents authorized the Univer- sity of Northern Iowa to es- tablish residence hall living j lo allow that officeholder to be- arrangements similar to Ihose come more involved in state offered at Iowa State univer- government, sity and the University of Iowa. Alternatives might include cost of about is 4.5 miles Ray also said he believes the east of the interstate 380 in-! office of lieutenant governor should be made a full-time job terchangc. llnpicU Sui i Motorist Convicted Of Drunk Driving! DECORAH Harold Albert' Halweg, 55, route 1, Wednesday found guilty of; bvThe Gazette Co. ana published dallv and Sunday at 500 Third avL'. SE, Cecior Rapids, lowo 52406. Second class postage paid at Cedor Rapids, Iowa. k. Bv mail: Night Edition ond Sunday S3.7S a monlh, 139.00 a year: Al- S3.B5 0 month, 540.00 o year. Other stoles d U.S. territories 160.00 a vcor. No Mail club, Lions club, Jaycees, Jay- Wayne Kichey said Wednes- j drunk driving by a jury in clis-i ceettes and Woman's club. day. I trict court here. all the local news printed in tnis news- paper as well as all AP news dispatches. IVhinii'ViT uilinni.' uiii rlioosi' .iflor II like ,i cdilion of I'ithrr di'riDhitiiv.; 'NiduO ui tiiiiK' in .i tti'w i tr Tin' AiiiriiiMti 1 In it. 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