Friday, October 11, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa I hi' Mill Kaplds (Jaw-tic, r'rl rcKcnls passed insliliilional on to the legislature iiiiclianued, and at oilier limes made "nn a pro- portional he noted. "Tins was probably a fjiies- linnable way to do Re- decker acknowledged Ridley cann1 to Iowa after ten years as a Kansas menl budget analyst, con- cenlratinK nil financial plan- nine for that state's six in- stitutions of higher education. "In effect, he sal across Hie Not Enou table from where lie sils now." Kodeckcr commented Regents' for 77 hicnnium more Hiao ten months ano. witli prepara lion ol departmental budgets within each institiilion. Departments used current operatint; budgets as a adding ni'eded in- creases. This step was followed by lengthy deliberations willnn I'ach institution, iicuotialioii amonu central administra lions of Hie various institu- tions and extensive yjvo-and- lake between Ihe institutions and Ihe central board office. In .Inly, detailed prelimi nary institutional budgets were submitted to tile board, and late last month Hie board passed its final budget pro- posal and appropriations (liicsts, after two days ol board debate Regents' President Mary Louise Pelersen. llarlan. ac- knowledged tin1 board office "now Mi'iierales more in- Inrnialion and makes more in- quiries" than in past years. I'urely Advisory "We're forced into II by the kind nl legislative questions thai are asked of she .liibn BaldridKo, agreed, assorting thai Hie "board office role is purely advisory, and will onnliinio to bo added he does not Feel Ihe institutions have lost their independence as the hmluctini! process has urown more complex." "I feel we have a unique sit- uation in Iowa, with three lilli versity presidents and two special school principals di- rectly responsible to lh( board "II works beautifully, and we're Hie envy of other stales." IOWA CITY Iowa City's population is and Johnson county's is and city and county officials are unhappy about it. The population nf Iowa C.'ily needed to reach the 511 (Kill level for the city to he eligible for considerable fed- eral funding increases. Johnson county needed to reach lor it In the same federal funding increases. Figures released Thursday are the result nl a spi cial census called ill hopes that the twn ju risdidions could meet qualifications for a standard met ropolitan statistical area. Flic executive director of the Johnson county region- al pliimiinx commission. Roberi snirt UK nearly spent nn the special census will still some benefit. Hie census reveals an increase of over MI7II tinsus figures for the county, which will mean an in- crease in stale funds at the rale of per year for each additional resident. Reduction of Party Line Subscribers Is Proposed DKS MOINKS (API- The maximum number of rural Idephooe subscribers on a parly line would lie reduced from eiyhl to four under a rule change proposed by the Iowa commerce commission. The number of subscribers on a party line in other areas would be limited to t'.vo. The commission said il issued the order for Hie pro- posed rule change on Ihe basis of complaints from telephone subscribers. "It is hoped tile proposed rules will serve as a catalyst for an examination nf Ihe real needs of Ihe subscribers...." Ihe order said. The commission also recommended changes in service provided In business subscribers. In rural areas. Ihe commis- sion thai no mon than one-or two-party serviu be sold to businesses and that only one-parly lines be ,il lowed in cities and towns. Tin1 commission said it sent copies of the proposed rule changes to all telephone utili lies ill Iowa, asking for a written review of the SUKKI'S! ed changes A date for a public hearing nn the matter will lie sol lalt I the commission said. By .lane LafJnmgr The Vinlnn city council held a bid tutting at Thursday night's meeting for sanitary sewer service to Ihe Hillside subsdivision in sonlhwesl Vintnn. The council accepted tin low bill from Barber's cavilling Co.. Cedar Rapids, for SM.IiKll. Rule Younkers Is Entitled to Claim NEW YORK fed- eral courl jury has ruled that Ynunkor Brothers. Inc.. is entitled to its full claim, plus inleresl. aL'ainsl (Inldniaii. Sachs and Co., a se- curities investment firm here. Younker's, of DCS Moines. Iowa, claims it lost ill the collapse of the Penn Central railroad. Younker's and two other firms had daimcd they were misled into buying unsecured promissory notes issued by Ihe railroad a few months be- fore it filed for bankruptcy in IR7II. A spokesman for Younkers said he believed the invest- ment house would appeal Ihe decision Ihat was handed down Wednesday. Only one other bid was submitted frnm F.A. Moser and ASSIIC., of Waterloo, fur Still.II4II. The engineer's estimate for the project was SIIR.OOO. The work is scheduled to be.fjin Ibis fall with a s (ill-day completion lime1. ICxtend Zoning The committee which was Foresters to Meet At Amana Colonies annual mocl- ing of the forest supervisors and extension foresters will be held at the Amana colonies Monday through Thursday. Foresters from state Nortbesast forest service re- gions will altend Ihe meeting hosted by the stale forestry section of the Iowa conserva- tion commission. Officers Elected POSTVILLF-The following youths were elected as officers of Ihe Teen-age Republicans here at a recenl meeting: Joyce Moore, president; Lyle Ewliig. vice-president; Debbie Fishback. secretary-treasurer; Rhonda Ralhje, reporter; Anne Bliimhagen. parliamen- tarian. studying extending Hie Mining nrilinance two miles outside the corporate limits reported the county board of supervi- sors has no immediale plans for county building. The board is planning lo wail lo see what Ihe legisla- ture does in regard to a land use Mii'ly during H'75 sion. The council agreed lo also wall and mil pursue extending the ordinance al (his lime. Tile council discussed de- M'lopmcnl of city water mam construction needs for Ihe next three years, expressing concern on financing tin1 plan. Harold Bogerl. engineer from Cireen Kngineering Co.. Cedar Rapids, is In submit tin1 plans lo the city's fiscal agent, Carlelnn Boh, for study. 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