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Blnred f School funds up 8.8 ONE DAY percent, report says Total funds available to the Juab School District next year are expected to rise by $64,869 new babies Recent births of interest to East Juab County residents include the following: Girl, born April 30, 1974 to Mr. and Mrs. James W. Garrett of Nephi. Grandparents are Mrs. Fern Garrett of Nephi, Mr. and Mrs. Deward Craven of Center-field- , and Wallace Clark of Ephraim. are Mrs. Fred Fredrickson of Centerfield and Sessie Clark of Orderville. ts Boy, born April 21 to Mr. and Mrs. John A. Morgan of Roosevelt. He will be named Cody Clint Morgan. Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Clinton L. Morrill of Hobbs, New Mexico: and Mr. and Mrs. Clinn A. Morgan of are Levan. Mr. and Mrs. McCoy Nyberg of LaPoint, Utah and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Morrill of Mesa, Arizona. ts Boy, born April 20, 1974 to Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Lindhardt. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bendixen of Levan. Boy, born April 21 to Mr and Mrs. Craig L. Boswell of Sandy. He will be named Craig Ryan Boswell. Grandparents are Betty Boswell of Salt Lake City, Lee Boswell of Nephi, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith of Torrance, California. are Mr. and Mrs. of Nephi Johnson Byron Boy, born April 24, 1974 to Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Whiting of Nephi. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leland (Skip) Ostler and Mrs. Lena Whiting of Girl, born April 18, 1974 to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Dailey of Laketown. The baby will be named Amie Sue Dailey. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jay Dailey of Nephi and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jorgensen of Gunnison. Boy, born April 18, 1974 to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wall of Tab-ionGrandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Wall of Santaquin, and Mr. and Mrs. Alger E. Sutherland of Mona. are Mrs. George Parkin of Nephi and Mrs. Emma Wall of Santaquin. a. Great-grandparen- ts Girl, born April 25 to Mr. and Mrs Cliff Howard of Nephi. She will be named Jami Ann Howard. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James H. Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howard, all of Nephi. are ts Mrs. Lucy Parkin on Nephi and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keel of Fillmore. The ts PUBLIC are Nephi. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Ostler of Nephi and Mrs. Sophie Bruno of Moroni. 5 MICTiOH Times-New- s Nephi, Utah May 2, 1974 or 8.8 percent under the 1974-7- 5 school finance program enacted by the 1974 Budget Session. For the state as a whole, the increase in school operating funds will total $25 million, or 11.5 percent in 1974-7These facts were reported by Utah Foundation, the private research group, in their analysis of school finance legislation enacted by the 1974 Budget Session. The report points out that school operating funds for the Juab School District will total approximately $803,220 or $862 This repreper pupil in 1974-7sents an increase of $83 or 10.7 percent in the estimated per pupil operating costs of $779 for 1973-7Throughout the state, the rise in the total school operating program will average about $88 per pupil or 11.7 percent. The $25 million increase in school funds provided in Utah this year came on top of $23 million boost in operating funds authorized by the 1973 Legislative Session. Since there has been little or no change in school enrollments during this period, nearly all of the boost in school funds can be used for higher salaries, expanded school programs and increased costs. Inflation is a big part in the recent increases in school funds, according to the Foundation report. During the past five years, the cost of living in the United States has risen at an average rate of five percent per year. This compares with an average inflation rate of only 1.3 percent in the 1960-6- 5 period. Another Foundation study published recently observed that school enrollments in Utah are expected to begin a new swing upward in the period ahead. When this happens, substantial sums may be required the merely to compensate schools for the anticipated growth. in addition to raising the overall level of the school program in Utah, the 1974 Budget Session also provided increased funds for handicapped'children and vocational education programs. Total funds for handicapped children will be raised by 16 percent and vocational programs will receive a 25 percent. increase under the 1974 legislation. Foundation analysts point out that the new school finance law packages unite several of the categorical programs, and local districts may use their share of the funds appropriated for this package on any one or all of the programs included. Although the 1974 Budget Session provided a school finance program in excess of that recommended by the Governor, it did not specifically earmark any of the funds for free textbooks and supplies in the high schools. The Foundation report notes, however, that the new law does provide that local districts may furnish free of charge to students in grades 9 through 12, textbooks used by those students. . . PUT NEW LIFE IN YOUR HOOVER CLEANER 8 POINT WITH OUR FACTORY SERVICE 1. Check Electrical System 2. Check Motor & Bearings 3. Check All Movable Parts 4. Check Belt & Brushes 5. Check Bag 6. Check Filter System 7. Check & Clean Agitator 8. Clean & Lubricate PLUS PARTS Reg. 8.50 . Mrs. Chapman hosts Variette club members Its MAY 3 -- ONE DAY ONLY-FRIDA- Y You and Me Lord Regular $69.95 NOW-- 3 DeLUX CONV. DAYS ONLY Headlight Zipper bag by Gerald Cherry was reviewed by members of the Variette Club at a recent meeting held at the home of Gwen Chapman. LaVon Jones gave the book report. 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