Cedar Rapids Gazette, September 11, 1974, Page 70

Cedar Rapids Gazette

September 11, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Reduction in Enrollment at Vinton Reported Thr Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., Sept ll, 1174    7^ VINTON — Thr    Vinton school system is reporting a decrease of ;t4 students, or just under 2 percent, in its 1974-75 enrollment According to Dr. Robert .Jacobson, superintendent, the decrease as far as state aid is concerned will be somewhat less — a decrease of 15 to 17 students from last year The enrollment is important JMiause state aid lo schools is figured on the basis of the number of students enrolled The Sept. I enrollment fig lire from last year was 1,884 Preliminary figures for this year show an enrollment of I . 850 However, the state aid was figured preliminarily on the Jan I, 1974, enrollment of 1,807. Jacobson said the en-much belter than officials here had expected He attributed a greater than predicted influx of residents into Vinton for holding the enrollment from dropping further Jacobson said although the elementary buildings were not over-crowded, Tilford junior high was at capacity and Washington high school was crowded.    _ THE NETWORK OF THE %WL' One of Eastern Iowa's Favorite Pastimes _ inc    NC I WUK* ut- IMC NEW! NBO--7 WOW! WATCH TV ** I a r NOW! EYEWITNESS Anchorman Larry Hightchew, NEWS Sports Director Bob Brooks, weatherman Doug Krile and KCRG s on-scene reporting staff with news you can use. 62OO PRICE IS RIGHT Wednesday night’s game fun! Contestants aim to take home a bundle ... of valuable prizes! Dennis James emcees th* action. N™!]    6:30PM THAT GOOD OLE NASHVILLE MUSIC Direct from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, it s country music’s biggest show. Starring Andy Griffith ABC WEDNESDAY MOVIE OF THE WEEK 7:30 NEW TONIGHT GET CHRISTIE LOVE Christie puts the bracelets on a gang of |ewel thieves. Teresa Graves stars as the cop with beauty, brains and a badge. 9:00 new THAT’S MY MAM The season’s new comedy hit There s nothing but laughter when Mama and the family agree to tell nothing but the truth for an entire day. 7:00EYEWITNESS NEWS KMX)WEDNESDAY There s no news like their news., watch the ABC Evening News with Howard K. Smith and Harry Reasoner at 5:30 And at 10:30 enjoy ABC’s Wide World Event: ‘ Miss America Teenage Pageant.” new!] 7:00PM LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE Michael Landon leads his family to a new home in the wilderness. A big-hearted big-skyseries from Laura Ingalls Wilder s “Little House" books. NEW!9:00PM PETROCELLIA big-city man who came up the hard way: Now he s a naverick lawyer in a raw Southwest town Barry Newman takes his lumps but breaks the most baffling cases. NEW! 8:00PM LUCAS TANNER David Hartman as an unforgettable guy1 He s an ex-big leaguer and ex-sportswriter whose guts.grin and honesty get through to his high-school students. ;

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