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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 17, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tueg.. Dec. 17, 11 Reports, Bill Drafts to DliS MOINKS (Ul'l) and public finance which will suggest Drafts of major laws to for all state in the school aid for- considered by the With and discuss declining assembly will be presented to tho state legislative council when It holds its final rnectlnt! here through Wednesday. Reports of 14 interim is where these issues that lawmakers have been working on for the last six months really get aired. The thinking of the committee members and what penal and correctional systems study committee, which will recommend major revisions In the slate's juvenile justice in public schools. The post-secondary funding sludy committee, which will propose budgets and actions for the state's higher educa- committees will be made will be land use policy institutions. the council, which also gives everybody which will apportionment of handle a number of for the new land use and magistrates sub- trative tasks preliminary local services which deals with the opening of the 1975 which will assignments of judges to The council, which changes in the The council also will complete preparations for the leu-islative orientation approves all legislative business during the of county government and the state's homo rule law. The campaign und landlord and tenant mechanics lien laws subcommittee, which revised the here Jan. 8-9 'for all will approve the new law study laws and considered ad- guide and rules for prefiling legislation for which will protections under the Explain and changes in lien laws. campaign finance taxation study commit- Serge Garrison, director the council has which will recommend no the legislative service these final adoption law increases, but is expected said the 14 committees will be dissolved until which will deal with administration of expected to explain their legislative council rewrite of the stale's state's present laws. and make following the 1975 adoption laws which capltol planning com- for bills to be taken up by held lo be which will present Is next general report on the new Garrison is in charge of scheduled elderly and capitol complex and pav- tually writing proposals reports program study, bill form for debate on pension and which will suggest fiscal committee, which study in those discuss ways of handling "Some of Iheir will present budget during the 1975 dations may be for improvements school funding Decorah Board Offers 10% Teacher Base Pay Hike DECORAH-The Decorah school board has recommend- ed an approximate 10 percent salary increase for teachers for the 1975-76 school year. The board's offer, made at a recent meeting between the Decorah Education Assn. and the school board, would raise the base salary from to Also granted was an in- crease of 15 days sick leave accumulations. The present poicy is 120 days which would change to a total 135 days of allowable accumulation. The rec'jminendalion abo added an extra column to the salary schedule which would be form an MA degree plus 24 semester hours of graduate work. The board rejected a more inolvcd salary schedule, a Out-of-State Liquor Limit Repeal Asked Board Adopts Book Policy Fisherman Falls Into Icy Waters STANWOOD The Lincoln Community school board has adopted a new library book selection Policy. Edgewood Businessman, Earl W. Gleason, Dies EDGliWOOD Earl W. Gleason, 62, died at the Dela- ware County Memorial hospi- tal Monday after suffering a heart attack. He operated the Edgewood building Serivce for 40 years here. Mr. Gleason was a member of the Masons, El Ka- hir shrine of Cedar Rapids, and past-commander of the and past-commander of the Edgewood legion post. Surviving are his wife, Ir- ene, who has a been a Gazette correspondent for many years, and a brother, Preston, of Putnam, 111. Services will be held Wednesday at at Apple- ton's. Masonic services will be held in the Gleason home Tuesday at 8 p.m. and the conduct graveside services. The policy stipulates that if the book is considered "ques- the challenger will fill out a form to be presented to a committee which in turn would give its recommenda- tion to the school board. The school board will then make the final decision. Tlie board approved the bid of from Stanwood Lumber Co. for lumber to build a garage on school board-owned property where Supt. Dale Proctor lives. This will be built by the. building and trades class under the direction of teacher Jim Slovall. Approval was given to two teachers Linda .Ulhe and Joyce Bohlken, to sponsor a trip to Chicago Feb. 21 and 22 for eighth graders during mini-courses. The board discussed the free student information amendment. Before any fur- ther action, the board de- termined to await government guidelines. The plan of pooling local district taxes for special od- ucation students and continu- ing to have the Area Educa- tion Agency plan the special education program as has been done in the past was considered. A contract was offered to Charles Larson for teaching science and math in I he high school. Linda Prilchard will them revert to library aide. The board recognized the emergency medical training course for a barrier credit for teachers who are taking ad- vanatage of this training. Four hours of credit will be given. The school bus inspections by the highway patrol and department of public insturc- tion has been completed and all buses passed passed .inspection. Latteycr, 30, Guttcnberg, was treated for exposure in a Garnavillo hospital after he fell through AdvofHs The Best Carpet Buys Are At Carpetland U.S.A. CONTINUIN EDUCATION ASSOCIATION of Cedar Rapids and Linn County MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION through the University of Iowa Orientation and Registration Wednesday, January 8, 1975 at p.m. Proficiency Exam for at p.m. Washington Senior High School Cafeteria QUANTITATIVE METHODS Instructor: Wicklund, 3 Semester Hours, Tues. First Session: Jan. 14, p.m. Washington H.S. NATIONAL INCOME ANALYSIS Instructor: Costantino, 3 Semester Hours, Wed. First Session: Jan. 8, p.m. Washington H.S. INVESTMENTS (elective) Instructor: Marberry, 3 Semester Hours, Thurs. First Session: Jan. 9, p.m. Washington H.S. 1975 SUMMER SESSION Applied Organizational Theory For Information, Call: Kirkwood Community College, 398-5547 villo this weekend. Me remained in icy water [or one and a half hours until the Garnavillo fire department shallow ice while ice fishing in was informed of the accident marshy area near Garna- and came to the rescue. DAVENPORT (AP) Rep. Thomas Iliggins (D-Daven- port) says he will introduce legislation to repeal the limit on the amount of liquor and wine iowans may bring into the slate. Service Station at Iowa City Robbed IOWA CITY A man wear- ing a red ski mask and hold- ing his hand in his pocket, as if carrying a handgun, robbed the Riverside Texaco service slalion late Monday afternoon. The robber escaped with an undetermined amount of cash, fleeing the scene on foot. The robber was described as being about six feet tall, weighing 165 pounds, and was wearing a green parka and blue jeans. Higgins said he felt the one- quart personal consumption limit may be unconstilulional. Slate agents Friday began cracking down on violators of the law by arresting three men and charging them with illegal transportalion of li- quor. Oul-of-slate liquor is in demand particularly during the holiday seasons because it generally is less expensive than the state controlled varie- ty in Iowa. dues deduction from the payrool for ISEA and NBA dues and providing some type of dental insurance as a fringe benefit for employes. The administration was given increases and annuities for the coming year that would average approximatly 9.3 percent over present costs. The teachers group has not yel accepted the proposal. The board also approved a plan for an after-school art class for Junior high pupils. The extra-curricular art will be held Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays in (he Easl Side elementary art room. The art class will begin sec- ond semester at no additional cost to pupils. The resignation of Mrs. Beverly Headington, elemen- tary teacher, was accepted. 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