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1441 ...And speaking of old timers with vinegar 04/11/1976 1C:1 Women
1442 In Parkersburg, head for the popcorn stand first. 04/10/1976 1A:3 Popcorn
1443 State Senator H. L. Heying withdraws as a candidate for re-election. 04/10/1976 12A:3 Candidates, Political
1444 Good use of Citizens Band (CB). 04/10/1976 18A:1 Citizens Radio Service
1445 Blind Iowan to attend Yale Law School. 04/10/1976 1B:1 Blind
1446 Let Iowa unit okay N-plant sites: Iowa House. 04/10/1976 1A:1 Atomic Power Plants
1447 Daily Iowan wins award as 'Newspaper of Year' 04/10/1976 7A:1 Newspapers
1448 Center's initial tax bite higher than Cedar Rapids figured 04/10/1976 12B:5 Municipal Finance
1449 Iowa House rejects limitations on annexation 04/10/1976 1A:2 Municipal Government
1450 Speaking for democracy 04/10/1976 18A:1 Culver, John
1451 Iowa Democrats to select 40 delegates April 10, 1976. 04/10/1976 4S:5 Democratic Party
1452 Board members troubled by lack of control over area education 04/10/1976 9A:1 Education - Iowa
1453 Des Moines Education Association elects Paul Mann, twenty-nine, a social sc 04/10/1976 6A:1 Teachers
1454 James Callaghan to the top. 04/10/1976 18A:1 Great Britain
1455 Iowa State University sells land parcel to low bidder 04/10/1976 6A:5 Iowa. State University of Science and Technology, Ames
1456 Iowa's first swine flu vaccine coming in month 04/10/1976 18A:3 Influenza
1457 Long-ignored cemetery rescued from underbrush, Bristow, Iowa. 04/09/1976 1A:2 Cemeteries
1458 Regents weigh plan to save historic church 04/09/1976 18A:4 Churches
1459 The Heartland Area Education Agency governing board approves 1976-77 salary 04/09/1976 11A:1 Public Officers - Salaries, Allowances, Etc.
1460 Georgia Sievers, a member of the Board of Public Instruction from Avoca, be 04/09/1976 6A:2 Athletics