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tCCSTf t eOTO tTUUMIVI ttMU. eeottTfe moto tr wAaaen tavlos ccr.ir.Cwy far c t 1 at .J. I " ' - v . t Westmar College wresting coach Milt Martin listens U tie alarming news at Monday's public mcctlag aa lac colleg e f iaucet. President encouraged by increase in students 1 Continued from Page 1M from pledges and by the failure of the institution to secure a $500,000 note to help finance the facility. Construction on the building hat stopped, and contractors nave filed liens against the college for unpaid bills. However, Richardson said be is optimistic that as more pledges are collected the building will be completed. Westmar's debt steins largely from a sharp enrollment decline and the school's dependency on tuition income. Since 1970, the college's enrollment has fallen from 1,074 to S14 this fall, including about 420 full-time students. Income from tuition, which this year is $5,013 per student, accounts for 57 percent of Westmar's revenue. The college's Board of Trustees recently declared a financial emergency, and the equivalent of four full-time faculty positions were reduced or eliminated to help balance this year's $5 million budget. Among those losing FREE MOUNTING Sam Sties limited Stok SAVE CHECK OUR PRICES ttjil trucks and correction antra. d needed. Trm coupon canister niter. 4-Cyl. I. This coupon c . Ul84. Now Featurirt Heavy Duty Truck Alignment Service I Spw Balance With The Latest Hunter Equipment Ml Service Done By Factory Trained Mechanics. nod thru f.1ED TOG 1976E.C30ADWAY M-F 7-6 SAT. 7:30-1 265-2509 265-2500 We Accept Most Major Credit Cards TheN their Jobs are head football coach Ron Zabourek; his last football game was Saturday. The team finished with a 3-7-1 record. Administrative salaries are being cut 7.5 percent and wages of support staff are being reduced 3.75 percent. Richardson appealed to the community Monday night for financial and moral support He said if the college can raise another $400,000 to match the Berryhills' gift he would propose freezing tuition next year to help recruit more students. He said erasing the college's debt would save the school $175,000 in interest and other costs each year. During the last three years the deficits in the operating and general budgets have ranged as high as $391,000. Richardson said he was encouraged by a 1$ percent increase in the number of new, full-time students this fall, and he thanked the community for the support it already has given the college. He said administrators will monitor closely the number of students who don't return for the second semester. Best All Season Radial SIZE . 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Inspect the rotor, distributor cap, PCV valve, ignition cables, air fitter, crankcase vent filter and vapor $01 $00 6-Cyl. VU 8-Cyl. Most U.S. end imported cars. N I 3rd floor Skywalk Lobby The Register Building Capital Square 400 Locust Mon.-Fri. 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.-2 p.m. -(Capital Square year-round; Skywalk Newsstand Nov. 10 -Christmas ONLY) The Altoona Chamber of Commerce ted wnimovsly Monday night to aapport construction of a horse radag track la the city. "I think peoplt cot their questions aonrered," Katy BaOafh, a chamber board member, said after the meeting, which was opea to the public. There was a lot of fear ia the cornmunity. I think bringing out the (acts helped." La the (ace of opposition from neighbors of the sit and residents elsewhere in the community, Ken Grand-quist, the track's promoter, told a capacity crowd that the proposed facility would be "first class" and that economic benefits would spread throughout the community. "People won't support something thit isnt real nice," he said. Last week, Grandqulst abandoned his plan to locate the 140 million track near Boodurant, because that city was unable to finance sewer and water improvements. He announced be was instead planning to locate the track, the only horse track licensed by the state, next to the Adventureland amusement park. Hundreds attended an informational meeting late last week and vowed to halt the project, with some saving they feared the track would decrease their property values. But Bill Master-son, manager for the proposed track, said that in most cases, values go up when tracks move next door. "Property values are not going to be negatively affected," he said. He also said track officials always take special precautions to prevent crime and there are problems "only in extraordinary cases." Grandquist said the track would provide 1,500 jobs and would pump $200 million a year into the economy, much of it benefitting Altoona. The city must approve a zoning change for the track, which will be discussed at a Planning and Zoning Commission meeting Thursday night Ap proval from the state racing commission also is required. Fire of suspicious origin routs apartment dwellers A fire of suspicious origin routed occupants of a four-unit apartment building at 1538 Twenty-third St. about 11:15 p.m. Monday, authorities said. Firefighters kept the flames confined to a small area in the basement of the 1V -story structure and damage was minimal. There were no injuries in the blaze, which was under investigation early today. Friendship Force seeks applicants for exchange ' The Friendship Force of Greater Des Moines is accepting applications for an undisclosed exchange March 14-29 to a country never visited by the Des Moines club. Applications are being taken from 7 to 9 p.m. at the East Side Library on Monday Franklin Library on Nov. 26, and South Side Library on Nov. 28. STIVERS LINCOLN-MERCURY IS OUT TO HAVE THEIR 1". 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Both wemet had I dviag Veterans Day ceremeales Me4ay at the Vietaam whe were killed ia Vietnam. Injunction sought to bar herpes victim from school Bv Te AstacttM Pmt The Council Bluffs Education Association will seek an injunction permanently barring school officials from enrolling a 2 Vi -year-old herpes victim with other pupils. ' , . James Sayre of Des Moines, a lawyer for the local teachers, said in a letter sent last week to the VS. District Court in Council Bluffs that he would seek action against the district He also said he plaits to bring the Iowa Department of Public Instruction and the Loess Hills Area Education Agency into the petition contesting the girl's enrollment The DPI has said the girl should be educated in a preschool class for handicapped children, and a local AEA specialist, meeting with the child's mother, recommended that the girl be placed with other children. . -; f ; J ', The girl has been tutored at home this fall but was to be enrolled last month. Sayre filed a request for a temporary injunction to block the enrollment School district officials agreed to delay her enrollment while they reviewed the case, and following instructions from the DPI announced that the girl would be placed at Longfellow School by Jan. 15, the start of the second semester. Council Bluffs teachers and parents of other children at Longfellow have A MONTH (indudn uw Kn) GET FOR THE PRICE: ItareMreet e) Inter vol wert KoMotedoditd UgMarouB Digital dock . Fotjait wlieeli wMi '. CD Lessee is responsible tor excess wear and tear. CZ1 Refundable learity deport tl $200.00. Hm Mnth'i lease poyweet of SII9.0O. totatng JJ89.00 due at knee Inception. Total anoont ef payoieets $9072.00. CZD Based on a 48-monlh lease with 60,000 . total miles. Additional mileage charge si cents -per mite. I I Lease subject to credit approval and insurability os determined by Ford Credit. L YOUR LINCOLN-MERCURYi tW a ia at m. mm ank. m m. m mm f CAN ARRANGE ) "VS. 1 1 m 4 - objected to placing the girl in a classroom. The girl's disease, herpes simplex II, is contagious and has no known cure, although new drugs can ease the symptoms and relieve the pain. The disease causes sores on parts of the body, and can cause brain and liver disorders in infants born to adult herpes victims. While doctors and school officials say teachers and other children can be protected by certain precautions, such as regular washing and disinfecting, Sayre has contended the risk is too great and the girl should not be enrolled where other people would be exposed. Sayre said he wants to have a hearing before Jan. 2 on his request for the permanent injunction. Chinese educators to visit Grinnell College Tk Reottter's lewe News Service GRINNELL, IA. A delegation of educators from China will visit Grin-nell College Wednesday, Thursday and Friday as part of a national tour of American colleges and universities. The Iowa visit, the only one on the group's schedule, will include a tour of the city, a visit to an area farm, a tour of the college, luncheons with students and a meeting with faculty members. K ! I "i ' , i if ."V.-" Share Iowa's showcase magazine with your friends. Let them discover a refreshing view of Iowa and ... ENJOY a truly luxurious magazine an imperial 9x12" size, cover-weight paper tor all 56 pages, lull-color printing availability tor every page, every elegant issue mailed in an envelope. ' , , ENJOY recapturng Iowa's heritage and history. . ENJOY keeping abreast of the accomplishments of Iowa's artists, artisans, writers, J musicians, architects. ENJOY discovering unique businesses. . , ;? ENJOY the unexpected. ' . Edited, published, and printed in Des Moines, The lowtn has been an Iowa tradition for 32 yean. It is issued quarterly, by seasons. A yearly subscription costs SlS. Make The lowana part of your holiday and share your state magazine with others through Christmas gift subscriptions. On Christmas gift orders, the subscription starts with the Winter Issue. A colorful gift card Will announce your gift just before Christmas. Christmas Gift Order Form Please enter Ihe following subscriptions to I7ie lowtn. I understand that these subscriptions are at a rate of $15.00 each for one year. (Iowa residents add 60c state sales tax.) Ordered by Address ' City Statc 7ip Enter a new subscription for me Renew my subscription Please enter the following gift subscriptions AtklihonJ j;if'h tncUvni Gift List ' . - . . . Ciftfor ' - ; Address ' Citl :y. Sign gift card . Total order with tax: $ ' Send your order to Circulation Department, The Iowan, Bos 1JO, Shenandoah, low SI601, or call our convenient toll-free number) SOO-432-416 (Iowa only). ilahm: I'm just luclty to be clivo 1 Continued from Page 1M working with electronics and says be recently began selling guns. In addition, he plows snow during the winter ' with a four-wheel-drive vehicle equipped for him to use. He does so to make money and to "kill some time." He does not ask for sympathy. "I guess too much has been put out about how screwed up the Vietnam vet is, as far as mentally or doped out or whatever. The guys who were there today and a lot of the guys I know are, for the most part, trying to live like anyone else. "Basically, that's what I'm trying to do." As for the ceremony, Rahm didn't care whether the television cameras captured him. "I didn't expect anything," he. said. "I was just glad to participate. I was glad I was alive." Welsher, for one, thought that counted for something if not a name on a memorial, then at least a pat on the back. "I don't think he was bitter so much as just kind of let down," she said. "I think there's probably lots of living heroes." Tax seminar scheduled A free employment tax seminar for new owners and operators of small businesses is scheduled from 12:30 to 4.30 p.m. today in Room 113 of the Federal Building. Topics will include what forms to use, filing requirements and assistance available. hi a beautiful idea for Christmas giving .Statc .Zip. U Check enclosed U Bill me ifiavtlv JSmrn

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