With the Cape Girardeau public school system facing budget cuts, its superintendent, Dr. Arthur Turner, offers to take a freeze in his own salary or a pay cut.
Most Scott County officials will receive the maximum salary increase authorized by the legislature as a result of action taken yesterday by members of the county pay committee; nine county officials serving on the commission will get the increases as a result of all voting in favor of the maximum salaries allowed.
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Dr. Mark F. Scully, president of State College, says he has filed a preliminary application with the federal government for a $3,000,000 loan to erect housing facilities for 750 more students on campus.
Anticipating a rush to purchase federal duck stamps, since the season opens Monday, Postmaster Nat M. Snider arranges to make it possible for hunters to buy the stamps at the post office substation in Kinder's drugstore on Good Hope Street.
KIRKSVILLE, Mo. -- The Cape State College Indians pushed a notch closer to a bid for their first MIAA football championship last night, as they toppled the once mighty Kirksville Teachers from a 6-year squat in the conference grid throne; the Indians handed the champions a crushing 14-0 defeat, their first conference loss in six fat years.
The management of the Grand Theater impresses upon Judge Harry E. Alexander in police court that it had no intention of violating the city ordinance when a performance was give Sunday night; and so, the judge assesses a fine of $25, staying $20 of the amount upon the pledge that no more Sunday performances will be given.
Mr. and Mrs. Julien Miller have moved their home to South Spanish Street, having had to vacate their residence on Normal Hill because of the purchase of the property by R.B. Oliver Jr.
-- Sharon K. Sanders