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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 10, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Home Edition 10S The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighb o r s MASON MARCH 1965 lOc a Paper Consists of Kour Associated freM Full Wires 24 DEMONSTRATORS HAULED OUT Government guards take hold of a bearded man as they haul demonstrators bodily away from the office of Ally Nicholas Katzenbach in the Justice Department building in Washington Iney were protesting what they called the governments refusal to step into the situation in Another Selma march is halted TWO School officials quit Nuns are among n the demonstrators Resign Berkeley positions chancellor TEMPERS KLARR A deputy marshal left and an unidentified rights demonstrator tangle in thelobby of the Federal Building in Los An geles as the marshals ejected nearly 50 who were staging a sit down demonstra tion in the lobby in protest against the Alabama Two were arrested for biting BLOCK DOOR deputy marshals struggle to close the door to the Federal Building in Los Angeles as civil rights themselves against the door from the sitdown demonstrators pile AP The Berkeley campus of Ihe Univcrsily of California was plunged inlo a new crisis Wed nesday after the sirlden and un expected resignations of Presi dent Clark Kerr and acting Chancellor Marlin The two men handed out printed announcements Tuesday lo newsmen invited to Kerrs seventhstory Neither gave his reasons for resigning nor his plans for the They refused further There was no mention of the Free Speech Movement that rent the campus late last But FSM leader Mario Savio said Tuesday night lhat mass demonslralions would be held again on campus if Ihe rcsignalions meant suppression of sludent polilical Savio dropped out of Ihe university last became president of the ninecampus statewide uni versity in The 42yearold Meyerson was appointed a cling chancellor exactly one month after a student sitin al the administration building that ended with nearly 800 The effective March 25 at the next meeting of University Board of Regents in took some of the regents by Bui Board Chairman Edward Carler of Los Angeles re fused lo add lo a prepared statement or to say whether he was Kerr and Meyerson took the Cartti1 We didnl fire Id rather not speculate about their Edmund also a said he would do ev erything within my power lo gel Kerr lo rescind his resigna A special meeting Tuesday night of Ihe emergency execu tive committee of the Academic Senale urged both men lo stay on Iheir The campus and its nearly 000 students were quiet until last week when a nonr enl was arrested for carrying a sign on which was printed a fourlet ter Seven persons were arrested as students galhered in campus dcmonslrations Thurs day and shouting the word over CLARK KERR at Berkeley Look Ma 183 per cent more cavities GOP bid on remap is failure DES MOINES Senate republicans unsuccessfully re ewcd efforts to dislodge a leg slative subdistricting measure rom the Governmental Affairs Committee Joe noved that the Senate extract ie measure from But Majority Leader Andrew moved Flails motion he tabled nd motion passed 3023 on a traight party line Flatt said We are going to continue to talk about this day after day until we get some ac Minority Leader Robert Rig accused the Democrats of applying gag by refusing to allow the proposed constitutional amend ment gag rule by refusing lo al low the proposed constitutiona amendment to the floor for de He quoted George OMal DDes Senate pros ident pro as saying befon the legislature convinced tha controversial measures woulc not he bottled up and killed in OMalley said he disagrees REMAP Continued on Page 2 House locked in debate on benefits DES MO1NES lo wa House was locked in debate Wednesday over a bill to in crease unemployment compen sation There was no argument against the idea of increasing Even industry spokes men concede this needs to be The debate dealt with how much the increase should North Iowa news 9 how much the employers who pay for the program and whether additional allow Minister f critical Heart stops MARTIN MEYERSON wont comment Inside The Globe THE JAMES REEB Is critical Nearly 500 civil rights demon strators including six Roman Catholic nuns marched from a church Wednesday but halted after a few yards by Selma Mayor Joseph The march started in defiance of a police ban on The marchers turned back after an exchange svith invnk i n g emergency police said earlier no march would be permitted because it might get out of The ban came after a white minister was critically beaten hy a white gang here Tuesday Whitehelmeted city police en and backed by ore than 100 slale ood behind Smitherman to nforce his order if The meeting between the larchers and the mayor was nly about half a block from Ins rowns Chapel Martin Lutncr King was not in Ihe Slanding behind the mayor was Sheriff Clark told newsmen before the march started We are going to do whatever is neces sary we are going to do what ever they force us to symbol of white sistance to the voter University Hospital spokesman said the condition of a white Boston minister beaten Tues day night in has In a statement re leased at the hos pital said that the James Reebs condition is con sidsred extremely critical and the prognosis is The statement said that Reeb undergone a 70minute brain At and again at h e a rt but he was the menf announce AP I am extremely sorry there are people in this country who as much hate as f saw in their This was how the Clark Olson of de THE CLARK OLSON of attack Comics 10 Society news U1718 Sports news 2122 ances should he made if an un Editorials Latest markets Mason City news 3031 jployment compensation to a Clear Lake news 3233 maximum weekly benefit amount of twothirds the avcr 24 employed worker has 30 The bill would increase unem AP The city fathers of where voters four years ago ended flu oridation of the water decided Tuesday night to ask residents whether they really meant In the fouryear ac cording to a State Board of Health tooth decay among elementary school chil dren has increased as nuich as 183 per Since survey was North Iowa Weather outlook Increasing warmer Wednesday lews Mostly chance of light smw Thurs highs among second graders and 100 per cent among fourth graders in compared with a similar public lasl the in ty has been in an But Tuesday nightscouncil decision The study among oth er that tooth decay had risen 92 per cent among kinder garten 183 per cent to rcsubmit the question lo vot ers on April 6 came on a 120 vote with no Miss Frances the only woman on the council and chairman of the health and wel fare moved for the vole on the Do you favor fluorUlation ern Wisconsin city of about 000 ended 11 years of fluorida That wai just after this north Since the April referendum will be advisory with the final decision left up to the the conlrovcrsy lj ex CAVITIES Continued en 1 House votes restrictions on goof balls WASHINGTON AP The House passed 4020 Wednesday aj bill aimed a I boolleg traffic in pep pills and goof The bill is designed lo lighlcn federal control over distribution of depressant and stimulant Hardin County attorney fined as drunk driver ELDORA Hardin County Atlorney Allan Oppen has been fined on a charge of first offense operating a motor vehicle while Oppcn was fined after plead ing guilty before District Paul Hellwegc Iowa Falls Police Chief Paul Hodgson filed Ihe charge CARTOONIST DIES BEVERLY Jimmy former car toonist who did the comic strip Toots and Casper for King died age weekly wage paid to em ployes in insured The big argument was wheth scribed his reaction to the beat ings given him and two fellow while clergymen by five white men in Tuesday Selma Public Safety Director Wilson Baker says he is inves and Ihe James and Ihe Orloff both of had come to Selma earlier in sup M1NISTERS Continued on Page 2 King wore a businesssuit with a white button in his The button had an inscription He said that was his answer to the Negroes theme We Shall The all from marched near the front of he They wore stiff ly starched white headdresses and black About 350 white clergymen and religious leaders of various faiths joined an unsuccessful at tempt Tuesday to march to Scores of the white men were in the line After Smithcrman halted tht SELMA Continued on Page 2 rakes LBJ appeal THE ORLOFF MILLER AP in Selma Martin Luther King says President Johnson had no right to ask Negro demonstrators to halt their planned march to LEWIS RECUPERATING HOLLYWOOD Doctors say it may be three months before comedian Lewis is fully recovered from a fall he suffer er the twothirds figure shoulded Friday in a television he trimmed to fiO per or 50 per Lewis received a hairline skull fracture and The White House had said the President wanted Negroes to abide by any court Fed eral Judge Frank Johnson issued an order Tuesday prohib iting the King told newsmen after troopers turned back an esti mated demonstrators that e knew when the march began lat he was risking a possible ontempt of court But e added he felt the court order vas an unjust He said Negro leaders felt hat they must try the march igain and at least stand up to tate troopers at the spot where ithers were beaten when the irst procession for the state apital was broken up at the utskirts of Selma Negro leader said stopped by cluh iwinging were hru ally without a word of censure from the President or without concerted federal ac Both the judges injunction and the Presidents appeal re minded the integration leader of an action that condemns the robbed man rath er than censuring the AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN ARE HALTED JN SELMA AP Photirfax V SAME   

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