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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Regents caused 2 to resign Says paper in California BERKELEY Calif AP Interference by regents with campus administrative matters caused the resignation of Clark Kcrr president of University of California San Francisco news papers reported The papers said several re gents including Chairman Ed ward W Carter warned Kerr they would lake aclion Ihem selves if university adminis trators failed to expel certain DFS M01NHS bill toireach a vole on a bill to rclaxlIcmonslraling students immedi allow school districts lo levy uplhe conflict of interest law foijatcv to 10 mills of property tax lo municipalities II is supported Kerr who announced his res by the League nf Iowa Municijgnalion Tuesday as president of ORPHANED KY VIET CONG ThYsVietna mese boy in Saigon was evacuated from his village of Kiinnak to an orphanage About two battalions of Communist Viet Cong guerrillas attacked Kannak Monday and were beaten off at a cost of 33 lives by a force of 400 irregulars and 12 US Army advisers His parents died in the fighting mill school bill to governor The newspaper that makes a II North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL IDS MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MARCH 11 WS IlUc Paper Consists of Two Associated Press Full Wtrei No 27 White House in A personal touch LBJ inspects Job Corps pilot camp THURMONT Mtl AP Probably no commanding offi cer has inspected an enlisted mens barracks the way Presi dent Johnson swept through the nations Job Corps camp He wandered in and out of buildings observed some physi cal training routines poked into the mess hall to drink coffee with the boys and bouncer up and down on a dormitory bed Hand outthrust his tone chit chatty the President asked for names for hometowns inquired into progress and often played it for laughs Any of youall takin photog raphy Plenty of jobs should be open he remarked to riotous laughter as cameras recorded eagerly his coffeedrinking ses sion But the chief executive also struck a serious stance Wednes day telling one youth after an other A lot depends on how you fellows make out If you make a good job of it the Con gress will go along and make a lot of training available to other fellows The Job Corps camp six miles up the Catoctin Mountains from here is the first of 77 pro posed conservation centers in 33 stales It is not far from Camp David a rustic retreat used by every president since Franklin D Roosevelt Johnson drew on his own ex periences drifting from job to job until he decided to enroll in college when he grabbed one young man by the arm marched him along by his side and gave some paternal advice Write home because when was in California as a hoy my mother was always after me to write he said To James Blackmon 10 a New Haven Conn youth who is learning how to drive heavy equipment the President said If you gel onto thai good youll have to come down home and help me do some in Blackmon a big fellow who sports a pearl in the pierced lobe of his right ear beamed and replied Dont worry Ill lake care of you NORTH AGRICULTURAL Minister extremely critical One doctor sees no hope BIRMINGHAM Ala vcrsity Hospital said Thursday a Boston white ministe clubbed on the head after a ra cial demonstration in Sclnie remained in extremely crili cal condition While his wife waited anxious y hospital attendants were the Rev James J Recb alive with an automatic respira tor First time in history Demonstrators clog hallway WASHINGTON fAP About dozen civil rights advocates staged a sitin demonstration in the While House Thursday It was the first time in history such a thing has happened The demonstrators whites and Negroes entered the execu tive mansion with the regular flow of tourists and once they got into the groundfloor hall way sat on the floor and began chanting We shall not be moved Maj Ralph Stover chief of the White House police force went to the scene and asked the demonstrators to leave They made no move The demonstration began sometime before noon At the noon hour the people still were sitting on the corridor floor adjacent to the diplomatic retire bonds passed the Iowa Senate Thursday The limit now is seven mills The 4510 vole sent the meas ure lo the governor The Senate r e jc c t e d an fiinendmenl that would have kept Ihe limit at seven mills in districts where the asscsscd val ue of taxable property is less than 27 per value The action came after the Seuale debated but failed lo palities KGLO gets nod on its new tower The Federal Communications Commission ccnrnt cent ol marketj Appointee amendment is approved OKS MOINES pro posed constitutional amendment to give the governor power to appoint the secretary of state treasurer and attorney general passed the Iowa House Thursday The action completes the first trip through the legislature for the measure which was one of the planks in the Democratic slate platform The pro posed amendment would have to be passed by another legislative session and then ratified by a vote of the people to become effective Permit for Lce Broadcasing Corporation build a new KGLO television transmitter at a site near St Ansgar The new transmitter contem plates a tower J529 tall This compares with a present lower of 500 feet at the Kensclt trans mitter The new transmitter is to be in in the fall of 1065 Conslruclion will begin as soon as possible Inside The Globe Stratton acquitted after CHICAGO AP William G Slrallon former Republican governor of Illinois was acquit ted Thursday on a charge of in come tax evasion A jury of six men and si women returned its verdicl Judge Hubert L Will o District Court shortly noon Slrallon had been accused in a fourcount indictment of evad ing SlOfMf in income taxes on allegedly unreporled income of for the period 1957 to 19fiO the lasl term in office for the former Republican slate chief executive The government has contend ed Hint Stration used campaign contributions for personal use the universitys nine campuses reportedly told regents the dem onstrators must receive a fair administrative hearing before disciplinary action Neither Kerr nor Carter allud ed lo the reported dispute in their statements Kcrr whose resignation was accompanied by that of acting chancellor Martin Meyerson did offer his personal opinion of the particular demonstration He referred to the demonstra tion as the filthy speech move FARMERS BUSINESSMEN ATTEND NORTH IOWA FARM INSTITUTE Fewer farmers to borrow more in the next 75 years Fewer American farmers willclcar and significant he con be using more credit to support mcnt alluding to the Free far greater dollar investment in Speech Movement which in volved a larger group of stu dents last semester Kcrr said the Filthy Speech Movement perverted freedom into license for hard core por nography The rallies on campus have been outdoor sessions in which a handful of students shouted ob phrascs and fourlctler scene words and displayed obscene Editorials on placards Society news 67 Gov Edmund G Brown saidJdcbt load of the average farm the next 15 years That was the message pre sented by T P Axlon of Lafa yette Ind chairman of the agricultural committee of the American Bankers Association in a speech here Thursday be fore some 250 farmers and busi nessmen at Ihc fifth annual North Iowa Agricultural Insti tute Ax ton said there may be a tinned Institutions desiring to stay in the agricultural lending busi ness must establish without de lay policies and procedures which will gear them to work with farms and businessmen who arc operating on a sound basis and with an eye lo Ihe fu ture Axton related this surge in in vestment to Iowas 165000 farm families thai he said are an nually marketing more than 525 billion in farm products North Iowa news 8 The fourletter word was the1 tripling of Ihe investment n iowa he added farmers spend more annually Sports news 910lasl word incausing Ihc rcsig Cub Gazette lljnalions But ncilhcr adminis Lafest markets 12 Irator has Mason City news 1213 nation of his action ivcn a clear expla Comics Clear Lake news Transit timetable Classified pages 1819 14J The students legislative body 16 unanimously urged Meyerson to 18 stay on and by a 13fi vote asked the same of Kcrr in this country by 1980 This would mean that two mil lion American farmers in 1980 would use about million of credit to support investment in current dollars of to S325 billion Axlon said The crcdil implications are House passes jobless pay increase by 8038 DES MOINES bill tojployment compensation will be increase unemployment comcomputed at onetwentieth of L benefits for joblessthe total wages earned in the us tnc own House highest quarter of his base pe riod Rep James Caffrey DDes Moines said the maximum any worker could receive would be about a week and the aver Thursday over prolesls of op poncnls Ihnt il would have an adverse cffecl on Ihe states in dustrial growth The vole was 8038 with 22 goes to the Senalc As passed the measure would declare the maximum amount of compensation any jobless worker may receive to be 55 per without reporting hem as taxacent of lne average wage paid Republicans and Democrats age compensation would be voting against il The mcasurcto weekly no depcndenls lhan for a mar ble income North iowa Weather outlook Considerable c I o u d i through Friday Warmer Thursday night lows mostly in the 20s Highs Friday 28 W Weather Details On Page 2 lo all workers in Iowa It would give a worker with a family whose sr use is not working an additional allowance of for each dependent child up to four This docs not mean that all persons unemployed will re ceive the maximum allowed by law Still in the employment se curity law is a provision that any individuals weekly uncm Opponents of c bill contend ed thai tying benefits to a per centage of wages would provide an openend unemployment compensation system under which benefits would increase as ricd man with a family He saidl he did not think thai was ex acliy what labor had in mind He said it is employers who contribute the money for unem ployment compensation and added the bill would increase the employers rate of contribu tions because it would deplete fund already built up j This will have as great an cffecl on an employer as a di rect tax increase would have Baringer said Whal we are doing here could be a discour aging faclor in the expansion of for the purchase of feed and iveslock lhan 75 per cent of the states received from tolal agricultural marketings Looking ahead Axton pre dicted an increased number of large specialized agricultural productive units in some com modities He said this type of organiza tion already has begun exten sively in the growing of fruits and vegetables I firmly believe however he said that the bulk of our agricultural production will con tinue to be centered around the owner operated family farm primarily a twoman highly mechanized and business orienlcd firm This mosl cerlainly will be true of the typical Corn Bell farm operation In the morning session a ment has been to set loans sof they can be repaid from in come He said Ihis has result ed in growth of 3to5ycar loans where longer ago seldom ran for more lhan six months j Rex Meyer Alexander farm er and chairman of the N1AD agricultural committee sketched the changing cost sit uation for farmers He noted that farm labor is costing far less but chemicals and Ihe like are cost ing much more than 15 to 20 years ago Meyer called purchase of new equipment the most important financial problem facing farm ers in my area He suggested that in some inj stances credit is too easy Meyer said it is becoming too tempting to buy new model tractors year after year I think wed better ask our this purchase really necessary he said Meyer also suggested that it might be a good idea for neigh boring farmers lo get together on joint purchasing of equip ment He cited a section of land in Franklin County where there is one tractor to each 30 acres T P AXTON One doctor was quoted as say ing the clergyman has no hope of survival Reeb was still un conscious His wife Marie was with him at the hospital pale and shaken by what had happened The mother of four children told newsmen Wednesday after her arrival from Boston that both she and her husband had been aware of the potential dan ger when he took the trip South I said 1 would prefer that he didnt go she said her lips quivering slightly But he fell reception room and the White House library This is on the floor below mansions most familiar rooms the East Blue Red and Green rooms and the state din ing room It was understood that Presi dent Johnson was in the man sion in his office when the demonstration began At least one police patrol wag on was sent to the east wing of the White House after the sitin began White House tours open to the public on a comeonecome all basis w ere ordered can celed after the demonstration began Tourists attempting to enter the White House at am were told the mansion was closed The normal hours are from 10 am until noon Reporters asked permission to go lo the scene of the demonstra tion but Press Secretary George he had lo go Mrs Reeb said her husband considered the civil rights cause E Reedy after consulting with importanl enough lo merit Ihe other officials rejected the re beating he received at the hands of white men outside a Selma cafe quest The sitin apparently began about an hour before reporters Reeb was with the Rev Orloff learned of it Reedy was ques F Miller 25 of Boston and the Rev Clark Olson 32 of Berk eley Calif at the lime Miller and Olson escaped serious inju ry Three men were arresled in connection with the incident and pickup orders were issued for a fourth man still at large Two of the men were released from Selma city jail Thursday on bond of 57500 each on charges of assault with intent to murder SITIN Continued on Page 4th arrest in beating of minister of corn and each 10 acres of beans and thats just loo SELMA Ala itf A fourth white man was arrested Thurs Then the two Selma men Wilday and charged with assault liam Stanley Hoggle 36 andwith intent to murder in the Elmer Cook 41 were taken into clubbing attack on a Boston many tractors Kenneth Lynk Marshalltown a dircclor of the Farm Creditj Bank of Omaha said Iowa farm 1NSTITUTE Continued on Page 2 custody by FBI agents on feder al warrants charging conspira cy to violate the ministers civil rights Shortly afterward a US commissioner released Ihem on bonds of minisler here Tuesday night Three men were arrested Wed nesday Surrendering to police at City Hall was Odel Hoggle 30 auto mechanic and brother of one of threeman panel discussed farm crcdil The moderator was Martin Fabricious Osage bankerfarm er who traced credit expansion in recent years Fabricius said one dcvelop wages increase and which industrial plants in Iowa and cost most employers conthe attraction of new industry sidcrably more in contributions to support the jobless pay sys lem Rep Harold Fischer RWells burg called it rocking chair pay which would encourage jobless workers lo remain idle Rep Maurice Baringer R Oclwein said the bill would raise benefits more for a single person with Present law maiccs the maxi mum unemployment compensa tion any worker can receive a week This amount goes only to a jobless worker without a working spouse and four or more children Maximum amounts in other categories range down lo a week for a single person or one who is married to a working spouse Bonds to finance dormitories sold DES MOINES State Board of Regents Thursday sole more than million in bonds lo Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenncr Smith inc lo fi nance construction of dormi tories at the University of Iowa and Iowa State University The board said that Merrill Lynch bid 344 per cent on 425000 worth of bonds over 35 years lo build the dormitory at Iowa City A third Selma man R B Kclthe men taken into custody ear ley 30 remained in city Should he make bond there he Hoggle and the other men al would then be arraigned on thcarc charged with attacking federal charge jlhrec outofstate white minis jtcrs on the streel here Tuesday night One of the victims the jRev James J Recb of Boston emained in a coma at a Birm ngham hospital his life sus ained by an automatic respira or Hoggle is a brother of William Stanley Hoggle 36 who was ar esled Wednesday The other wo men charged in the attack are R B Kelley 30 and Elmer Cook 41 Federal charges of conspiracy to violate the ministers civil rights were filed against the first three men William Hoggle and Cook were released on bonds totaling on stata and federal charges UNDERWATER drawing by the Convair division of General Dynamics Corp of San Diego shows how a proposed combination sea planesubmarine would appear under water The company i studying the feasi bility of such a craft under a Navy contract The craft would be sub merged by flooding of wing tail and hull compartments It would travel 5 miles an hour under water powered by batteries or fuel cells Flight engines would be sealed underwater SAME   

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