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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Ccdur Kiiplds Guzetle: Wed., November 30, 1974 12.2% Pay Hike Sought by Area School Instructors By Judy Daubenmlcr A group headedi by a Kirl wood Community college in structor Tuesday asked the go' ernor to recommend an appro for 12.2 percent supple mental salaiy increases fo area school instructors. Bill Grove, Kirkwood elec ironies instructor and presiden of the Iowa Higher Educatio Assn. and five othe IKEA representatives met brie ly with Gov. Robert Ray t outline their proposals for posl high school education. Grove said the group aske' for the 12.2 percent increase for each year of the comin, biennium. They .also requested equip m e n t replacement appropri aliens to allow the area school to replace 10 percent of thei equipment each year. Salary Discrepancies? In addition, Grove said, thi group sought an appropriatior to look into allegations of ses discrimination in s a 1 a r i e i among area school instructor! and correct the discrepancy i any is found. The IHEA charged during thi closing days of the last session of the legislature that women instructors are paid less than their male counterparts at .area schools. Grove said Ray 'seemed re luctant to have the state look into the. charges, so I suppose our group would have to do that. "What we're looking for is Linn Jury Returns 13 Indictments The Linn county grand jury has returned 13 indictments and .three no bills. The following are subject to trial now on these charges as a result of indictments returnee against them: James L. Bratton, carrying a concealed weapon and receiv- ing stolen property; Jim Calvin Kirklin and Steven Albert Ramey, breaking and entering; Jackie F. Tiumulu, false utter- ing of a cheek; Randall Homer Thomas, Robert Roy Hemming'- son and Jolm W. Ramsey, pos- session of a controlled sub- stance with intent to deliver. Darryll Ivan Kepler and Gary Lee Varner, attempted breaking and entering; Kenneth Luther Robertson, drunk driving, and Thomas L. Meade, arson and possession of a controlled sub- stance. The following preliminary charges filed against these per- sona have been erased by no bills returned by the jury: Craig James Miller, drunk driving; Steven Martin Huggins. malicious injury to a building, and Tommy E. Henderson, pro- hibited acts. The jury recommended thai Miller be charged with the unin- dictable charge of damage to vehicle. A change Ask for your free copy of the Christian Science Sentinel a weekly magazine small in size but big in inspiration. Its articles, personal experiences of healing, and special stories for children bring you a concept of God's love that helps you handle any challenge you face. Mail this coupon for your free Sentinel. Or stop by and we'll be happy to give you one. 1 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING .ROOM 'Sultf'104 I.E. Tower Cedor Roolds 52401 (around floor by parking romp entrance) 9-5 Monday- Saturday pnonc 362-3637 Yes, I'd like a free copy of: .the Sentinel. way to remedy the situation if it exists without going through the legal hassle of federal court each time." The group also sought inclu- sion of area school roads into the institutional road fund, under which roads at regents' institutions are constructed and maintained. Inflation Adjustment Grove said the IHEA repre- sentatives also requested an in- flationary adjustment for exist- Policc received a report Tues- day from an 89-year-old woman who said a man falsely identify- ing himself as a bank official called her four times in an at lempt to discuss her bank ac count. The woman said the man claimed he found a mistake in her account at Peoples Bank and Trust Co., where she had an account. The man asked to visit the woman, police said. The first ing programs, sufficient to three times the man called, the cover rising costs. A specific figure was not suggested to the governor. For regents' institutions, Grove and his associates recom- mended a 15 percent salary ad- justment for instructors. "We are also asking for sala- ry parity for the University of seem to be considerably behind other instructors at the Universi- ty of Iowa and Iowa State uni- said Grove. They also asked the governor 'or adjustments for salaries of teaching assistants at the three universities, and for inflationary adjustments for existing pro- jrams. Specific figures were not given in these areas, either. IHEA representatives from private colleges also told the jovernor of the state of finan- cial crisis which private institu- ions find themselves in, Grove >aid. Tuition Aid Hike They requested tuition grants for private college stu- dents be raised from to Grove also told the governor he group supports reform of he Iowa Public Employes Retir- iment System and changes in woman said she was busy and asked him to call again. The fourth time, the woman invited the man to her residence. Police said the man never showed up. Police warned all persons, especially the elderly, to be alert '.o possible frauds by Northern Iowa faculty who strangers claiming to represent their personal banks. aws governing teacher dismiss- the contamination. il in Iowa. The governor seemed 'sym- tathetic" to the group's re- quests, Grove said. "Everyone s asking to be placed high on lis priority list. The governor lointed out that this year we lave the surplus, what about lext year. I think his concerns are realistic." Grove said he felt optimistic ifter the meeting with the gov- rnor. "Last year, we asked the gov- rnor for 7.5 percent supplemen- il salary increases, and we got hat we asked he said. "I ope he'll help us out in the fu- jre as he has in the past." Health Officials Seek Cause of Contamination DES MOINES (AP) State and federal health officials are iying to determine the extent of contamination of Iowa live- stock herds by a chemical that has caused millions of dollars worth of cattle and poultry to be destroyed in Michigan. A chemical normally used as a fire retardant polybromina- tedbiphenyl (PBBP) has been identified in threa Iowa dairy herds through routine testing of milk samples at the Iowa veteri- nary diagnostic laboratory at Ames. Three of the ten samples test- ed were contaminated but of- ficials do not know the source of Clark Attacks Non-Farm Usage Of Fertilizer WASHINGTON (UPI) Son. Dick Clark (D-Iowa) Tuesday introduced legislation designed Magistrate's Court Action Drunk Driving Case: Fisher Pleads Guilty Three persons appeared In to help increase food supplies by jnns'strate's court on charges of cutting back on the use of fcrtil-rr "rlv'ng- izcr for decorative and namental growing purposes. or-! Bryce Fisher, 5 Turner alley jSE, pled guilty and the plea was The bill "would require the fed- 1 'aken under advisement. He eral government to cut its use of iwns arrested May 18. fertilizer for non-food purposes! Mildred Lease, 1460 MencHv- to not more than 10 percent of view drive, Marion; and Lloyd the average amount used in the Clark, Toddville, waived pieliin- last three years. jnary hearings Tuesday and In addition, the legislationiwere bound over to the grand ]Guilty Plea Entered To Vehicle Damage Rose no address, pled guilty Monday to a charge of in- jury to ii motor vehicle and fined and costs. Shu was charged with damag- ing a 1971 car, the property of John Grazier, Oct. 23. found guilty earlier on u cliargi' of assault and battery. She was charged witli assault- ing Ronald Mullory, a Cedar Kapids police officer on Aug. 14. Arson Suspected in tee at Regis High A fire believed set by an ar- sonist caused damage Tuesday in a second floor science room at Regis high school. Damage was confined to a Woman Fined (or Assaub Officer would encourage state and local ij Ida Diaz, 1012 Eighth street governments and private indi-l Lease was arrested Nov. 2. SE, paid a fine Tuesday in magistrate's court after being viduals to reduce use of fertiliz er for decorative purposes, aw would direct the President to es tablish a commission to deter mine methods of increasing fer tilizer production and of using fertilizer more efficiently. Clark, a participant in the recent World Food Conference said it has been estimated thai as much as 15 percent of the fertilizer used in the United States is for non-farm purposes and the bulk of that is for or- namental use. That total is about 4 percent of the world fer- tilizer use, he said. If utilized efficiently, this fertilizer could result in almost enough additional production to eliminate this year's 10-million ;on grain Clark said in a statement issued here. "If a substantial portion of this fer- tilizer can be diverted to agri culture, it could result in a sig- nificant increase in world food production in the coming year." In Michigan, Man Hospitalized Following Assault James LaPier. 41, of 841 Fourth avenue SE, Wednesday was in good condition at Mercy hospital with head injuries suf- fered when he was beaten by three men. I-aPier told police he was walking in an alley in the 700 iblock i A.An of avenue at cidentally used as 'a livestock 4.40 p.m. Tuesday when three feed ingredient after a chemical Firm delivered it to a feed pro- ducer instead of a legitimate feed ingredient. Donald Isleib, deputy director of the Michigan department of agriculture, said signs that might give warning of PBBP joisoning in livestock would in- clude great loss of appetite, veight and milk production, un- usual growth of hooves, tear or acrimalion roughness of coat and skin involvements. men approached and told him to quit harassing his former wife. The men then beat LaPier, police said. One of the men was with a knife, but did not Gazette classified Rapids best want ad buy. Cedar Troy Mills School Breakin Is Reported A breakin at the Troy Mills school Monday night netted bur- glars about to ?10 in change. School officials reported to the Linn sheriff's office that the money was taken from a pop machine. OK! 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