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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 25, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                i Cutback in farm spending Support prog ram funds trimmed By OVID A MARTIN Associated Press Farm Writer WASHINGTON Presi dent Johnson recommended a million cutback in govern ment spending on agriculture Monday with most of the de crease to come in farm orice support programs The President asked Congress to appropriate to the Department of Agriculture in the forthcoming fiscal year That would be million less than estimated expenditures for the current fiscal year Biggest s i n g le reduction would be in farm price support programs which the President recommended be set at billion next year in contrast withthis years estimated billion At that tht cut was smaller than some farm leaders who advocate large price support programs had feared was com ing from the White House But Johnson made it clear that his farn policies will be in the direction of helping persons not needed in agriculture to shift to other ways of making a living Most other activities were budgeted at or near present spending levels This includes billion for the Food for Peace program which in the overall budget is included as a foreign aid expenditure million for the agricultural marketing service which in cludes such programs as food stamps and school lunches and million for the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service The prospective million reduction in price support ex penditures is based on the fact that supports for some crops cotton feed grains and be grown this crop year have been reduced Johnson said he will ask that present stabilization programs for cotton feed grains and wheat be extended with im provements to be recommend ed later Johnson said the nation had benefitted by the shift of farm families from agriculture to oth er change made pos sible by increasing agricultural efficiency In view of the market out look for farm commodities at home and abroad farming alone cannot be expected he said to provide a decent living in the future for more than about one million farm families even with continued government as sistance There are now about 32 mil lion farms in this country Many lowincome farm fam ilies will have to find other ways a living or other income to supple The newspaper that makes oil North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 25 1965 UOc a Consists of Two Associated Presi Full Lease Wirei No 3M udget of billion High tributes for ChurchillHistorys child I i Flags lowered in honor LBJ vows to go if hes able By RAYMOND J CROWLEY WASHINGTON AP The nation heaped an outpouring of lonor and unstinted praise Mon day on Sir Winston Churchill whom President Johnson called historys child Johnson ordered the Ameri can flag to be flown at half staff through Saturday wherever it appears on government build ings and on ships on the seven seas in mourning for the Brit ish statesman who died Sunday not for Photofax WHEELS INSIDE BUS The driver of this Greyhound Bus William De View 51 Bay City Mich killed and 15 passengers injured when the bus slammed into an overturnedHruck tractor hauling 10000 gallons of fuel oil Ron ald Nickle Fenton Mich truck driver leaped from his tractor after it struck a snowbank and overturned on the highway Nickle was uninjured Red nations among 27 who get new Cardinals This is unusual though unprecedented honor to a eigner Former President John F Kennedy ordered halfstaffing of American flags after the death of Dag Hammerskjold United Nations secretary gen eral in a 1961 plane crash in Africa But then many thought Churchill was not a foreigner Wasnt he half American through his American mother And did not Congress which listened enthralled to the Brit ish leader in the dark days suc ceeding Pearl Harbor endow him with honorary American citizenship VATICAN CITY AP Popeits membership to 87 the larg o honor the Catholics of the of earning sources of ment their modest farm earn ings if they are to share more fully in our national prosper ity Johnson said he had directed Secretary of Agriculture Orville L Freeman to come up with proposals by which the govern ment could help the rural poor find new opportunities To increase the effectiveness of his administrations anti poverty programs the Pres ident recommended additional funds to establish small offices of the departments Rural Com munity Development Service in 20 additional states These of fices would become the focal point of programs to develop nonfarm employment opportu nities in rural areas Paul VI named 27 new Roman Catholic cardinals Monday in cluding three from Communist lands and one from the United States This raised the membership of the sacred college to 103 the largest in history Archbishop Lawrence Joseph Shehan of Baltimore Md was the only US prelate among the new cardinals the first named by Pope Paul since he became pontiff in June 1963 est in history Since then 11 cardinals have died The elevation of Archbishop Shehan gives the United States six members of the College of Cardinals Baltimore is the old est Roman Catholic Diocese in the Unitei States The other American members are Francis Spellman of New York James F Mclntyre of Los Angeles Richard J Gushing of Boston Albert G Meyer of Chi East The patriarchs had com They wilt formally be and JoscPh ERitter St Lo uis Negro woman hits sheriff with her fist SELMA Ala AP Violence broke out again in the Negro voter registration campaign in Selma Monday when a Negro woman struck Sheriff James G Clark with her fist The attack came shortly after Dr Martin Luther King Jr led scores of Negroes to the court house to join an already long line waiting outside the court house to apply for registration The Negro woman who was not immediately identified stepped out of the line without warning and struck the sheriff Kicking and screaming and at tempting to bite Clark and the two deputies who ran to his side ed to the purple at a consistory Feb 22 Pope Pauls nominations were in line with policies that have become evident in his reign He has opened a dialogue with Communist countries while conman tinuing to denounce Marxist lands ideology Monday he named the first three Roman Catholic car dinals from Communist coun tries since a 1953 consistory held by Pope Pius XII One of the nominations of jjosef Beran of Prague Czechos lovakia was a clear challenge to Red officials who have re stricted his activities Other new cardinals included Maurice Roy archbishop of Quebec Canada Franjo Seper archbishop of Zagreb Yugoslav ia and Josef Slipyi archbishop of Lvov Poland and primate of Ukrainian Catholics The late consistory for the creation of cardinals was helc on March 19 1962 when Pope John XXIII elevated 10 men to the sacred college and hrough On his hospital bed President Johnson vowed to fly to the fu Pope Pauls nominations re fleeted two aspects of his reign interest toward Catholics who live among the Orthodox of the East and concern toward Ro man Catholics in Communist His nomination of the three atriarchs was clearly a move plained during sessions of the Vatican Ecumenical Council that they do not always receive he esteem due them The choice of Archbishop Ber an was a challeige to the Com munist rulers of Czechoslovak ia The archbishop was confined by the Communists from 1949 until October 1963 when he was allowed to enter a monastery But he was not allowed to re sume his duties as Archbishop of Prague and the Vatican yearbook continues to list him as impeded Archbishop Slipyi spent 18 years in confinement in Siberia and then was allowed to come to Rome two years ago Pope Paul became pontif June 21 1963 The Vatican neral in London Saturday if the doctors were at all willing Johnson had this statement ssued When there was darkness in the world and hope was low in he hearts of men a generous Providence gave us Winston Churchill As long as men tell abou that time of terrible danger and of the men who won the victory the name of Churchill will live Let us give thanks that we knew him With our grief le there be gratitude for a life s fully lived for services so splen did and for the joys he gave by the joy he took in all he did The people of the Unitec States his cousins and hi fellowcitizens will pray wit his British countrymen for Gods eternal blessing on this CHURCHILLS LAST 29 1964 Phototax Busy London slows in honor of nations son Includes excise tax cut Hikes spending for education WASHINGTON AP PresI ent Johnson told Congress Mon ay the first year of his Great ociety will cost the nation a ecord billion The Presidents budget mes age for fiscal 1966 which he linted may be the last US nidget below billion ailed for A cut in excise axes without naming those to e reduced or repealed A increase in all ocial Security cash benefits his year amounting to 7 per ent on the average but fol owed by a steep rise in the pay oll tax next year Hospital care for aged per ons perhaps 19 million cit zens with the taxpayers foot ng the bill for those not covered Social Security This would start inmid1966 Quadrupled spending ir the war on poverty Military and foreign aid out lays would be trimmed nightly helping to reduce the budget deficit to billion or a billion dollars less than this years redink spending But federal outlays for tion would be increased by more than 75 per cent to billion in the fiscal year starting next July 1 because as Johnson ex plained It education is our primary weapon in the war on poverty and the principal tool for build ing a Great Society He estimated that government revenues would total bil lion also a record This would mean a rise in tax collections from 1965 generated by an unprecedented fifth consecutive year of strong business expansion The President predicted a record prosperity for this calen dar year a prosperity with these dimensions Inside The Globe paper LOsservatore Romanc said Monday that he had clejman and for comfort to his layed calling his first consistory to avoid conflict with his heavy LONDON AP Winston Churchills fellow Londoners led millions throughout the world Monday into a week of mourn ing at his death Hundreds wore black ties and somber clothing in memory of one of the greatest Englishmen duties in connection Ecumenical Council with the Editorials 4 Society news 67 North Iowa news 8 Sports newt 910 Bowling news 11 Latest markets 12 Mason City news 1213 Comics Clear Lake News 15 Transit timetable 16 Classified pages 1617 SAME Black Flat Mram Traffio Death In 21 Houri amily He is historys child and what he said and what he did wilt never die Johnson despite his uncom brtable cold had issued orders bat if Churchill died he was to be notified immediately Thus it was that the sad tidings were brought to him at am by CPO Thomas Mills at Bethesda of all time All trading stopped on the busy noisy floor of the London Stock Exchange at 11 am for two minutes of silence as a mark of respect for the man who rallied and often led the Al lied powers against tyranny in World War II At the other end of London beneath the oak beamed ceiling of Westminster Hall workmen the place to receive Sir Winstons body for lying in state as commanded by Queen Eliza Houses burned down the woman was lakcn to jail North Iowa Weather outlook Viet tension increases Naval Hospital The President sent messages of sympathy to Lady The body will be taken t Churchill Queen Elizabeth II Westminister Hall probably lat and Prime Minister Harold WilJTuesday from the Londo home where Sir Winston diec Sunday morning his great heart at last stilled after a stroke The body will lie at Westmin ister Hall where kings have the state funeral Sat urday planned by Sir Winston himself at St Pauls Cathe saul ne aieci peacuiuuy aim without UUL cmained including a funeral j As the worlds tributes flowed in for the greatest Englishman of modern times friends revealed that he first up the Thames River j f the kind accorded in 1805 to Admiral Lord Nelson hero of irilains naval victories over he French planning his funeral ceremony during World War II In December 1943 he was in Cairo after talks with that everythingl should go without a hitch he ourcd the route the cortege will Roosevelt and The route is a study in Chiang Kaishek and caught of Churchills life cold which turned to the house where he his last years in London Half jokingly he told coffin will go on Wednesday Theyll have to give me a Westminster Hall the ancient funeral President of Englands freedoms ad will have to come to London the House of Commons attend was his stage From this remark grew Churchills funeral book it will lie in state for ing down the procedure days Then through White wanted followed and even the scat of government tailing the names of past his old residence as units which should In 1954 he returned to the ercise Some details inevitably Continued on Page son dral casienal light snow northerly winds and colder Monday night lows 1411 Decreasing cloudiness northerly winds and colder Tuesday highs By MALCOLM W BROWNE SAIGON South Viet Nam subdued and students in Hue were burning down houses of persons they described as anti nationalist Monday Among the first set ablaze was that of the regional police chief The mob of about 10000 anti Igovernment demonstrators was c last reported heading for the lo cal office of the Vietnamese government information service Police and troops in the city 400 miles north of Saigon were Details On 2 Demonstrations against the government of Premier Tran Van Huong were also reported in four other central Vietnamese cities Saigon was an armed camp in preparation for threat ened Buddhist suicides by fire Buddhist youths and monks scuffled briefly with police and paratroopers in Saigon but the demonstration was broken up with tear gas and billy clubs About 70 persons were arrested Traffic was halted on at least a dozen Saigon streets as para troopers strung barbed at expected trouble spots Reliable sources reported a mob of 2000 persons at onetime within a block of the US consu late Several thousand demonstra ors were also reported on the march toward the key US mill ary detachment in Da Nang More than 3000 US service men are stationed at Da Nang and another 750 at Hue Both cities were put off limits to Americans after the US In formation Service building in Hue was wrecked during a dem onstration Saturday Student agitators demanded that businesses refuse to serve Americans Banners reading Taylor go home and Kick out Taylor flew IB Hue In pro test against US Ambassador Maxell D Taylors support o Normal business was aban Idoned in Parliament A party remier Tran Van Huongs govbattle between the governing rnment Labor party and the Conserve A general strike closed busitives was postponed in defer ness in Da Nang and commerence to Sir Winston cial airline flights to the city All over Britain politica were canceled meetings were canceled Taylor and Deputy AmbassaMonarchs presidents and vet dor Alexis U Johnson met in eran statesmen will follow his emergency session Sunday with coffin on its last journey Satur Premier Huong who later conday ferred with Lt Gen Nguyen Churchill died shortly after Khanh chief of the armed am 2 am CST Sunda forces and other leaders at No 28 Hyde Park Gate th There were fears that continLondon house in which he ha Arrest 10 North Iowa teenagers Cresco youths DeWalle and Flatland alleged National output at billion a gain of nearly billion cor poration profits at billion up nearly billion personal in comes rising to billion up 8 per cent The word used re peatedly in last years budget message did not appear in this one The new budgetsaid John son is one of both opportunity and sacrifice He went on It begins to grasp the 6ppor anities of the Great Society It is restrained by the sacrifices we must continue to make to keep our defenses strong and flexible This budget provides reason ably for our needs It is not ex travagant Neither is it miser ly But the costcutting and pay rollparing emphasis of a year ago was diluted in Mondays message by what Johnson called the rising need for more public and private services resulting ways of life The budget provides in fact for a 1 per cent increase in numberof civilian employes It is evident Johnson conceded that unless defense ineeds should decline substan tially government expenditures will continue to rise over the long run But the costs will rise less rapidly than the nations ability to meet them Johnson said viiaiy Despite the im increase ne are being held in Mitchell broke inito the Orchard Elel federal ding wiu de vator Jan 17 They took fromU Q to the Gnm a pop machine and from a N Productto less thaa y jail at Osage in lieu of ond each on charges of larceny n the night time Duane DeWalle and Harold uing civil strife might lead to a lived since retiring from th restoration of military rule Inpremiership in 1955 Two formants said however that months past his 90th birthday the military had decided to go he had suffered a stroke nine along vttk the government days Medical experts flatland both 19 are among 10 eenagers picked up by authori ties in seven counties in North ern Iowa and Southern Minne sota who allegedly have been involved in a series of about 30 breakins over the last several months Authorities in Mitchell How ard Floyd Cerro Gordo Chick asaw Winneshiek counties in Iowa andFillmore County in Minnesota are interested in the case cash drawer The safe was dam aged in an attempt to open it They are being held for the February term of court Three other youths all 19 are i jail in Cresco They are John 15 per cent the lowest ratio achieved in 15 years Nevertheless the federal debt will stand at an historic peak of 5 billion when the fiscal County Frank and Benson were secnlby Congress These were amonfc the of the message they were spotted in Cresco in a stolen car These two implicated the others The other five are being forjjuvenile authorities Defense Spending would reduced to billion from 1403 LtJ   

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