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Denton Record Chronicle (Newspaper) - March 10, 1974, Denton, Texas Special buys for your Home 2 far 4" plump pillows filled with polyester end covered with Blue or Pink Cotton. Firmly edged with cording. Each in its own poly bog. Elegant acetate draperies special $600 Quot elegant acetate draperies insulated with foam backing. Choose yours in White Gold or Green. At these Low prices Why not re do the whole House size 96�?�x84 .$14 sunday March of 1974 the Penton r co h pc rom i Cle Page 3/1 it runs up score in Austin let me assure you that in reaching your answer a the eyes of Texas Are upon you. A a University of Texas Regent Frank c. Erwin. By a. Y. Yemma Capitol reporter Austin up while the education article approved by the constitutional convention last week is largely a product of Compromise tax University of Texas got everything it asked for a and More. Regents from the state s largest and most prestigious University came before the education committee on Jan. 28 and asked for a retention of the $620 million permanent University fund for the exclusive use of Texas and Texas a amp m universities. A continued distribution of the $3 million a year in interest earnings from the permanent fund on a basis of one third to Texas a amp m at College station and two thirds to the University of Texas at Austin. A permission to allow both schools to Issue a greater amount of Bonds backed by the permanent fund and used chiefly tor construction a establishment of a new a state higher education assistance fund tor the 24 state colleges and universities that Are not included in the Texas or Texas a amp m systems when the convention w rapped up to o and one half weeks of debate and approved the education article 98-71, All four requests were granted. In addition the delegates chipped in a vote removing the restrictions on Texas and Texas a from asking the legislature for additional funds for construction purposes another vote keeping the state College coordinating Board the Only state Agency with some supervisory Power Over the it roil re of regents out of the Constitution. Or. When powerful it Regent Frank c Erwin or proposed his school s constitutional program at the education committee he looked at the delegates Over Bis Hal glasses and said me assure you that in reaching an answer the eyes of Texas Are upon a that was Erwin s inst official appearance at the convention but in the weeks that followed his presence was Felt rep Wilson Foreman Daustin denied that lobby pressure from the University of Texas was exerted on the delegates Foreman Aff tribute the school s sue a ceases More to the efforts of he and other members of Taustin delegation to the the education article in its Convent Ion approve version is ratified by tin voters later this year it will mean two important things for the University of Texas the school s regents w ill have a constitutional mandate entitling them to continue approving e4 p e n s i v e construed d ii projects without Supe Visal or control by the legislature and higher education la Texas will have a cob j s t i t ii t i o n a 11 y d e d i c a i e endowment totalling Over fat on million a year and representing millions Morein Bond programs. 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Why take any risk when it comes to your eyes Stop in soon and see. Texas state optical. Dial 382-3535 102 West Oak a Denton Tex. Write in Campaign under Way county is doubling up two meetings on tap monday Denton county commissioners have two meetings scheduled monday in addition to their regular 9 . Session. They will meet at 1 30 pm with Lewisville City officials in Lewisville to continue discussion of fees for out of City fire service. The county a usual payment is $30 a Call. But the Lewisville fire department charged the county $175 for a Rural fire Call. A meeting last week Between the City and county brought no results except to plan the second meeting. A 7 30 . Meeting of the health Board at old City Hall will be attended by com missioners who want to Iron out some procedural matters with the Hoard. A proposed septic tank ordinance written by the City county health department that has drawn some criticism from Rural landowners and from commissioners w ill Likely be another Point of discussion at the meeting. Commissioners monday morning Are expected to approve a Compromise recommendation from the historical Survey committee on naming a county Road in precinct 4. The Road recently designated As Gregory Road runs partly on property settled by Isaac Denton Pollard in 1856. Hugh of my a Pollard descendant who with his Mother lives on the property attended last weeks commissioners meeting and thursdays historical Survey committee meeting to protest the Road s name. He presented historical documents to substantiate his argument the Road name should be changed to Pollard. After some discussion thursday the Survey committee voted to name the West portion of the Road Pollard Road and to retain the name Gregory for the Road from its intersection with a North South Cooke county Road near Era to its intersection with Lois Road. The committee chose the name Gregory in memory of a minister who lived in the area for a period of time. Sew it up in Beautiful i if Spring seersucker 229 Yard a our Catalon for Jvn 6111167 buy now pay Latar. We know what you re looking for. A open every night til 9 00 . Lewisville a 34 year old Lewisville resident has jumped into the Lewisville City Council race waging a write in Campaign planning the write in Campaign for place 5 is Hugh Hagler a Lewisville Homeowner for More than two years. His opponent will by Ralph Johnson who will be named on the ballot. Hagler said he filed for the Post but then withdrew his candidacy. Ile later reconsidered and As filing deadline is past will wage a write in Campaign. A still having the desire to serve the people of Lewisville i will offer my name As a write in Hagler an employee of Proctor and Gamble for 13 years is a member of the City Park Board. Church of the annunciation Hoard of directors and pack Council for cub scout troop 613. Other candidates for City Council Are Bob Nickel unopposed for place 4. And Bernece Sikorski Sally Alexander Frank Lawson and Gerald Harris for place 3. Flight operations on Rise Dallas fort Worth regional Airport business picking up at regional Airport Grapevine a the Dallas Kort Worth regional Airport handled a total of 23.699 flight operations during the month of february operations director Frederick Ford said saturday. In a report to the Airport Board Ford said 20.660 of those operations were scheduled air Carrier movements. Air taxi business accounted for 1,916 of the total general aviation 1,100 and military 23 a Overall Airport operations Are running smoothly a said Ford he noted that air trans service was expanded during the month to the Long term parking areas moving passengers to and from terminals. A polyester Cotton a Penn Prest a 45" wide a asst. Plaids amp stripes it Spring color combinations

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