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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                ewspoper hot mokes oil North lowons ITY VOL Home Edition Promise study of Full LMM Wires MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRlL 11 10c courts May hold state hearings By KEN E BERG GlobeGazette Associate Editor DES MOINES Proponents and opponents of drastic revi sions in Iowas judicial system will have their day in court The need for further study was made evident Friday after the Iowa Court Study Commis sion heard a long list of recom mendations Representatives of six factions appeared at the Statehouse at the initial confer ence called by the commission Later Judge Harvey Uhlen hopp of Hampton one of the commission members said Its obvious we have much more to hear from all levels Uhlenhopp suggested a series of hearings around the state Mason City he added would be a logical place for interested parties in north central Iowa No dates were set However former State Sen W C Stuart Chariton commission chairman expressed the hope that the work could be completed in time for the laying of guidelines this fall The last legislature created the commission to make a de tailed and comprehensive study of the court system Fridayjs hearing was the first formal gathering to consolidate informa tion gathered thus far The subject is lively one Under tody by the commis sion is a proposal todo away with justice police superior and municipal courts all the socalled tower courts replaced by district courts counties and court anda court in the S3 MacArthur buried at Norfolk Photofax A KITE Jeff Roe 5 gets caught aTl armual kite contest in San Jose Lalif With an assist from the wind and some trick photography Jeff helped his brother Gary take first place for the kite with the strongest pull Education costs are higher at Iowa State session were spokesmen forthe vofthe peace Iowa League of Municipalities Iowa Safety Department municipal judges taxpayers group and Citizens Advisory Committee on Juvenile Courts T Only two the taxpayers juvenile court representatives urged complete revamping with an eye in part on improv ing their interests The others agreed that some changeswere necessary but primarily only of a nature within the present court framework The League of Municipalities requested more time to study the matter Clayton r Ringgen berg codirector said his group as yet has no policy below the district court leveL Since mayors court would be amongthose affected by any major changes he added we have a direct interest here George Lundberg executive secretary of the 400member Justice of the Peace and Con stables Association of Iowa was DES MOINES AP Th State Board of Regents has bee costs more to educat students at Iowa State than i does at the University of low or State College ofIowa The cost of educationg typica freshmen and sophomore stu dents at Iowa State is year the regents were told Fri day with cost for juniors and seniors a year At Iowa yearly costs fo freshmen and sophomores ar r Brazil to pick chief BULLETIN BRASILIA 01 A shooting incident involving two depu ties broke out inside the Bra zilian congress buildingSatur day as lawmakers prepared to elect a successor to deposed President Joao Goulart The incident was regarded as minor with no bearing on the voting BRASILIA Brazil Brazils revolutionary militar command watching from th sidelines congress Saturda elects a new president alread armed with themost sweepin powers ever accorded a Brazt ian chief executive The man expected to get thi vast authority is the former ar my chief of staff Gen Hum berto Castello Branco a kej figure in the ouster of leftis President Joao Goulart las week The new president will serv the remainder of Goulart term ending Jan 31 1966 He will have the burden of trying tc solve the many problems o Latin Americas ailing giant in eluding rampant inflation and widespread social unrest The revolutions military lead cis have empowered the presi dentto purge left wing extrem ists and corrupt officeholders no matter what immunity they have enjoyed They also have suspended the political rights o costs with junior and senio even more ypca goslow policy in urging a My group takes a dim view of proposals to abolish the jus tice court We would prefer to from serv continue to reorganize within and upgrade our Justice court modifications ire needed Lundberg admit ted but we issue with the tactics being utilized to cre ate contempt among lowans toward the JPs Lundberg directed his com ment to Judge Uhlenhopp who among others has come out publicly against the justice or citizens court system Justice court dominated much of the bearing There were charges of partiality on the part of some JPs and a lack of a uniforir fine State Safety Commissioner William S u e p p e 1 resented strongly the accusation that COURTS Continued en page 2 North Iowa At State College of Iowa costs for freshmen and sophomores are with junior and senio costs The figures based on the 1962 63 school year and compiled bj a committee with three repre sentatives from each school show that costs goup as stu dents continue in school Educating an advanced grad uate above the masters degree level for t year at Iowa State costs the regents said with similar education costing at Iowa and at State College of owa Reason for the higher costs of advanced students the commit tee said is that the students us ually are in smaller classes and do more expensive laboratory work Weather outlook Variable Swndey Lew 21 s queen cherry blossoms WASHINGTON W Anne Elizabeth Fitzpatrick a Uni versity of Iowa sophomore will be crowned as queen of the 29th annual Cherry Blos som Festival Saturday Miss Fitzpatrick was se lected Friday t night by the whirl of a wheel of fortune spun by the Japanese ambas sador Ryuji Takeuchi She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald G Fitzpaf rick cf Marblehead Mass and the granddaughter of Rep and Mrs Ben S Jensen R lowa Students pick Henry C Lodge GRINNELL WDetegates to the GrinaeU College mock Re pabMeu political convention Friday night selected Ambassa dor Henry Cabot Lodge as their candidate for the U S pres identia election The committee which com piled the figures said they did not take into account money spent on such things as new buildings athletics food serv ice and dormitory operations or research expenditures which were not financed by state or student funds The announcement of compar able costs atthe three institu tions was the first since 1961 The figures are expected to be used by the regents when they make requests to the legislature for funds for the 196567 bienni um The regents also en rollment estimates which show that about 7000 more students will be attending the three state schools in 1966 Registrars of the schools pre dicted that the University of Iowas enrollment will be up 19 per cent to 15400 Iowa States enrollment will be up 25 per cent to 14450 and State Col leges enrollment will be up 30 per cent to 6700 The regents also approved contracts for more than mil ion worth of construction at the hree schools including two 12 story dormitories at Iowa State which will cost more than 6 million Also approved were contracts or million for a 414 girl dormitory and dining lounge unit at State College or remodeling of the Quad angle dormitory at the Univer ity of Iowa and for con truction of an observatory 10 mites south of the University of The regents with Mrs Josepfi losenfield of Des Moines and Mrs Harriette Valentine voting no approved 6 2 preliminary and a cost estimate of million for apartments for mar ned students at Iowa State Also approved was a Univer ity of Iowa proposal to ex hange students with Negro col eges in the South and the ap pointment of Gerald P Weeg 7 a native of Davenport as di ector of the Computer Center t the University of Iowa He as been an associate professor I Michigan State but now is a nsiting professor at Iowa State The regents approved a wdget at the University of Iowa or the year beginning next July of million a million increase a budget for mil at State Couege an in rease of and a budget for the Iowa Braille nd SightSaving School at Vih which is an increase of The presidents extraordinar powers are contained in an in stitutionalract proclaimed bj the military leadership withou congressional consent The acts life is for the presidential term It calls for national elections to name a new president Oct 3 1965 Under the measure congress must pass or reject legislation proposed by the President with n 30 days Otherwise the pro automatically become law State helps probe rash of breakins ALGONA Kossuth County Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst has called the State Bureau of In vestigation to aid him in a wave of breakins reported here Fri day The first breakin was discov ered at am Friday at Shultz Brothers garage and serv ice station A back window had been jimmied open The safe and cash drawer were pried open but neither had contained money The sheriff and Algona police found two large screw drivers a wrecking bar and a large crowbar which the thieves had left on the floor of the garage i Sheriff Lindhorst later found the State Highway Commission shed at Gerled had been broken into Thursday night and the tools takenfrom there Later in the morning it was reported the Farmers Elevator at Swea City had been entered Thursday night by opening a sliding door in the rear which opens on a railroad track news conference in Hollywood that her husband of two months actor Peter Sellers of Great Britain is doing fine The British actor was hic because of a At blonde Swedish actress met the press for the first time since the heart attack after doctors took Sellers off the critical list at Cedars Lebanon Opes LBJ have the spring teverl WASHINGTON ient Johnson may have sprini fever Rarely has he displayec such high good humor as he die Friday Johnson exchanged shouts with reporters from the Truman Balcony practiced his pitching an imaginary baseball ook a famed poet and an equal y renowned photographer into ecret rail negotiations and an nounced an afterdark news con erence out to be a residential gag One informant reported thai ohnspn even rocked a Cabinet loom conference flipping off he jesting gesture evi lently prompted by his own ghtsout economy program Some observers attributed the residents ebullience to the weather which was sunny and 7vOthers inclined to the view fiafhe was elated about avert ng at least for 15 days a threatened nationwide rail For whatever reason a smii ng chief executive kept popping ut all over the White House andscape like the citys spec acular cherry blossoms final appearance of day came at pm when strolled alone into the lobby f theWhite House office wing On f he inside Clear Lake newspaee 3 Church news 45 Society news Editorials 7 Sports news f10 Mason City news 1213 Classified pages 1417 To a handful of lounging news photographers the President said Imi ready to have press conference The photographers sprang from sofas and easy chairs scrambling for their cameras Johnson told them he was jusl kidding and disappeared down a The President made his first and most serious appearance oi the day shortly after 10 am Launching emergency rail nego tiations he exhorted the testing parties to prophet Isaiah and gether con heed the reason to Within the hour Johnson was in a more playful mood as he welcomed American League baseball officials who had a sea son pass for him Johnson who will throw out he first ball when the Washing on Senators open the season here Monday against the Los Angeles Angels boasted Ive jot a good arm Im an old first baseman Then on request he demon strated his pitching form let ting fly an imaginary ball Before lunch Johnson swelled with pride as William Thatcher president of the Farmers Union Cannon echoes at rites NORFOLK Va Wit measured cannon fire and th sad notes of Taps the natio sent its old soldier Dougla MacArthur to his earthly peac Saturday It was a moving ceremony one of massed flags dipping i waves of stirring band music and of quiet prayers and th sadness of the 84yearold gen era of the Armys widow Jean and son Arthur 26 The Stars and Stripes wer removed from MacArthur steel casket before he was fc be lowered into his tomb in the MacArthur Memo rial in this old Navy town wher his mother was born And thus the fivestar gener al and hero of three wars wh died away as h once eloquently laid to rest There were dignitaries an old comrades on hand thei heads bowed as the benediction was read at the crypt afte church services at St Paul Episcopal Church two block away Representing President John son who paid his respects MacArthur in earlier ceremo nies in Washington was Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy who less than five months agosaw his brother President John F Kennedy buried with similar honors Before entombment Mac Arthurs was carried to the church for Episcopal funera services As the horsedrawn caisson slowly rolled past ranks o troops lowered the bright color ful flags of all the states and territories and of the 26 Army units MacArthur had been asso dated with in a halfcentury o war and peace After the halfhour service with Mrs MacArthur and her son in the front pew the cor tege retraced its slow way back o the memorial building A former courthouse with stately columns it was turnec Into a memorial for the legend ary warrior who won fame and controversy in two world wars and in tha lives on At the crypt there were the mal prayers the bowed heads Then came the slow meas ured thunder of the 19gun sa roar he heard from many battlefields in life There were the three volleys of rifle fire and then the bugler blowing Taps Outside the flags lining City Hall Avenue dipped until the fi Terminal Association in St Paul tossed out bouquets We were started on a de cession said Thatcher You have saved our whole Northwest area from a depression Smil the epbrters Johnson prompted hatcher go ahead Boy said the farm leader What a victory you are going o have this fall nal sound of Taps faded away A military band struck up patriotic music and the flag was removed from MacArthurs cas handed to Mrs Mac et and Arthur Mastrian gets life sentence as middle man DULUTH Minn MVNorman fastrian alleged payoff man in the slaying of Carol Thompson tarts a life term in prison Mon ay A jury of seven men and five women convicted Mastrian of irst degree murder Friday Musicwooed hens lay big eggs lUTTTT A TI T MUZZANO Italy CAP Theres k chicken welfare state up here where the hens are real eggheads They wear glasses and prefer Beethoven to the Beatles The hens are easily bored sensitive and quarrelsome But the eggs they lay are uniformly large and with more yolk than white Theyre just the kind of eggs pastry firms in Milan north of Muzzanp want for their mass production Chicken experts say they found out the only way to get such eggs on a regular schedule was to give hens the best of everything The result is the Aurora Poul try Farm a Utopia where no hen has to scratch for a living At Aurora specially prepared mash 5s delivered every day at the same time on an electron ically controlled belt The hen house never gets hot or stuffy Its air conditioned Lest any hens become dis turbed by changes in the weath er a lighting system creates the illusion of an endless summer day The experts also learned that nothing helps egg production so much as music They found out that catchy rhythms like rock n roll tend to disturb the chickens but the hens take to the classics like ducks to water As a result the chickens get a daily diet of Beethoven Bach and Chopin piped over hen house loudspeakers For some reason however this life of luxury has made the hens so irritable they cant stand the sight of each other To avoid pointless bickering the chickens are fitted with special rubber blinders that look like eyeglasses MacARTHUR BURIED General of the Army Douglas MacArthur was buried Satur day in Norfolk Va The pic ture above shows him during the time he was Allied Com mander The picture below wastaken as he entered Wal ter Reed Hospital a few weeks before his death Reveals plan of MacArthur WASHINGTON AP Gen eral of the Army Douglas Mac Arthurs postKorean plan to end the cold war involved threatening Soviet dictator Jo seph Stalin that Germany and Japan would be completely re armed unless the people of the European Red satellite couh ries were granted selfdetermi nation a congressman has said Rep William Jennings Bryan orn DSC said1 MacArthur reely told him of this plan to ring the Soviet Union into line h an interview at the generals ValdorfAstoria tower suite in NewYork Dorn said he was uncertain of the year but nought it was 1956 The gist of MacArthurs plan was the missing part of news paper accounts this week that projected the general into a wirl of posthumous controver y In a 10yearold interview pub lished Wednesday as MacArthur vas lying in state in the Capi ol rotunda Bob Considine of he Hearst Headline Service dis losed the existence of the plan nd described how MacArthur ried to convince Dwight D isenhower then the president to put it into effect Considine wrote that MacAr hur told him I dont feel it would be fair to reveal my plan o you It would be an unfair urden on you as a reporter Dorn said there was no such eluctance when he and two oth r congressmen visited MacAr hur in 1956 He said MacArthur evealed to him for the first me and I have kept it confi ential the nature of his con ersation with Presidentelect Eisenhower and John Foster ulles in December 1952 Dul es became Eisenhowers secre ary of state The plan su99ested by Mac Arthur to Presidentelect Eisen KOREA Continued on page 2 SAME   

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