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given proper rehabilltation.-In plac- Also named In the suit U.MUto Q Sma U, executive director for the state board, said -Monday option the board will have to cohslder Is the ability of the two Junior colleges to handle a cutback greater than 3 percei^. ' He noted they received a 1206,000 additional appropriation and' exemption from, the 1 ■percent Ihtoyear; ■ —In reqtonse.-Tayloriuld be would contend- the appropriation to the.'Junior colleges Is made specifically for them by the Legislature aj Kl Uwi Uw nde ul Ui B b VM Uunl immply- ■to pasaonlhoaef Unda . Oieiyl Hymas ot Jerome and George MUler of Coeur dwene.— TB^t h e state dirt n nt„ -.receive tbe"8mouiit-.of~revenue orl|^fllly - tractural obligations to lulft U and a Ml MMitback-^vould-cauae-ufaannr'-lliai-o Iflclal B— - should lo(A-at-haw-ta hdp them-meet those— (Aligatkms,- - — arose because of the Mt. Helens eruption - and U ie sta tepenitentlary Tlot ~— — Taylor-al Bo acknowledged'Qiat the state has "an^obligatlon to help conununities hit by ash Sil^J'LJil'^l S^^^i Jri SS^^ Taylor said be believes he can mee Vbur 3 don't M OTHii*dmto ur^e to rush out pet^cnt-sharet Lby economlzlno In the three penitentiary, hesa.ld,., ^ expens MTone^ime purch Sies and capital "Re^ assured, we win visit with the slate ' * tnard and will be agreeable to a point," Taylor-sald.Elsewherc Tln^ttiuia Llr ' " coolest readlngof: Good hav curing condiltons are forecast for Ifie Maglc_Va J|ey Friday ttirougli Sunday. MUm I Oaicn 7S Mliwiu Kni ~ "~70 ' ".87"' Minndipotls " S3 .... a«IILUi«Clty " S»n dago San Ftancl KO ";p"s«aiii« ■■ B Mikan « . Idaho hospital "solely because there is no.other.appnqirtate-racinty," it ■- b e fn 'on' thiy t te te" ar eii the sign of Leo. It - YOUR NEWSPAPER TIEmn VWNIS"HEl PTCK~throwlng*:and~ '■ violence at the Quban refugee camp at Fort Indlontown Gap Jn Pennsylvania reached tho^prl Eon but Skaggs said there had beetrno reaction.Tempera- tures will be a little below normal and condllkms will be unsettled -although there . M«ni*^.5l»(-w«V^ :28-inch-hxlay-iniir:30 lo33 a P^-whlle Jackson Hote,-Wyo:rhad-the — •Ihursday — National AIDuquarqun Allinta OOJIon y_ Chl MQO D«1U« , K»n»»)Cil»- . U Bw O il Mn i • Dcttoll Honolulu ■Housioit-— ~ Indlinipolli ._Oliunomi Cli H. 0 000 in a _ki»no Fans - Lawlaton' Pociialio Salmon Me Call" ■ ■ By United Presa International Today Is Wednesday. Two soldkers flee rock-throwing Cubans Cubans rioted over alleged a^use by federal agents ~ Ti Refugees Triot 111 Indlaiilo\A/n Par ~PORT"IND1ANTOWN~GA1»; (UPI) — Hundreds of rampaging rtthnna militafy |w H«^ ff|lti -bottles Tsiiiasbed windows-and threat-- «aed to bum down a refugee process- ing center- Tuesday In day-long vio- lence q»rked by a weapons take- down.