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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that makes oil North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION 10c a One MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1HS Associated Press full Leate Wires Education Act involved but purpose clear Nrlh By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Dirtetor Ht G Bailey superintendent of i f nenhal Distdct he l fully understand everything about the Secondary Education Act of He does however believe he knows the purpose of the act and right now thats enough 4v want to lose sight of the fact that the purpose of the program is to help the Kids If it does that it will be worth some addi tional trouble This doesnt mean that Bailey agrees with everything in the act For example he doesnt agree with an apparent assumption made that tnere is a correlation between economically de prived and deprived students T dont think that is a sound assumption at nil in Iowa the veteran administrator says i know it just isnt true in our district It could be true in larger cities and evidentally that s where the program is designed to do the most good Despite this the North Central district is scheduled to receive more than in fed eral money during the next year if it meets the requirements set up by the act That is the fourth largest total scheduled to go to districts in the ninecounty NIAD area Only the Mason City Charles City and Garner Hayfield all larger are eli gible for more money It is a larger total than many other dis tricts which are larger than North Central For example Clear Lake with more than twice as many students as North Central will receive about onethird as much money The reason for the difference is the ap parent poverty levels of the two districts According to government figures in 1960 274 of the 932 students in the North Cen tral district were from lowincome families That is the familys net income for the previ ous year was less than or they were members of a household receiving Aid to De pendent Children ADC payments At the same time Clear Lakes enrollment in all grades was more than 1840 but the gov ernment could find only 94 students from those lowincome families Bailey admits he was surprised to hear that the government found nearly 30 per cent of all North Central students to come from low income families in 1960 He points out that he doesnt believe the towns of the district have any higher percentage of ADC cases than any other North Iowa communities and added that Manly the largest town in the district has a pretty stable economy based on employment by the railroads Bailey considers himself lucky that he doesnt have to find 274 economically deprived students in his district to make the district eli gible for the Federal All he is going to have to do is find as many of them as he can How is hegoing to go about this chore Well Ive already contacted the Cerro Gordo and Worth County welfare people North CentraPhas students from both counties and asked them for the information on ADC Bai ley points out Also we will take a look at our free list for our hot lunch program Bailey doesnt really expect the free list to be much help however During the last two months only about eight or nine of the more than 600 students who participate in North Centrals hot lunch program were on the list I also plan to talk to some of the minis ters in the district Bailey adds Some of the churches conduct welfare programs which might be able to help us locate these students Once the lowincome students have been pinpointed in the district the real work the selection of attendance centers where programs will be conducted and the students who will participate in those programs begins Bailey believes Tomorrow How project areas are se lected what students will be eligible to partici pate in programs and what programs Bailey hopes to initiate at North Central Holiday brings death to lowans GRINNELL UP Miss Grace Craven 56 met her disabled war veteran brother Dwight 49 at the bus station here Tuesday afternoon to drive him home to Malcolm for Thanksgiving A few minutes later both were dead The car driven by Miss Craven was struck by a Rock Island freight train in GrinneH about 4 pm and carried about 40 feet down the tracks Both were killed instantly and were thrown clear of the wreckage Craven a World War II disabled veteran had been staying at the Veterans Hospital in Knoxville He boarded a bus in Dea Moines to come to Grinnell where his sister waited Mal colm the Craven home is about 11 miles south east of here VOL IDS No 245 Weeks toll 240 GIs Consider policy of 2 Chinas Because of UN feelings UNITED NATIONS NY AP U S officials arc rclia ply reported to be taking a care ful look at the possibility of switching to a twoChinas pol cy because of the growing novcment to scat Red China in the United Nations One authoritative U S source las suggested that an alterna ive will have to be found by next fall to the 16yearold poli cy of trying to keep the door shut to Peking This source add ed thatthe seating of both Red China and the Nationalists might be the only practical course for the United States It is generally conceded at the United Nations that the Chinese Communists have been barred or the last time The General Assembly voted 4747 on the question last week and the pro Peking trend is expected to con inue It is also doubtful if the United States will be able to win enough support next year to re quire that Red Chinas support ers muster a twothirds majori y to get Peking admitted The question now is no longer how to keep the Peking govern ment out diplomatssay but vhat to do about the Nationalist government which rules 12 mil ion people on Formosa Some delegates haye been trying to aunch a twoChinas movement or several years but without uccess The idea is that the Peking overnment representing the mge mainland population vould be given the seat how eld by the Nationalists and hat Formosa would be admit ed as a new member The main obstacles so far have been the substantial oppo sition to seating Peking and the rejection of the twoChinas con cept by both Peking and Taipei Since Red China says it wont join the United Nations unless the Nationalists are expelled the United States and other backers of Chiang Kaisheks regime may be faced next year with the problem of preventing the expulsion of the Taipei gov ernment This apparently is causing a number of countries to reexamine tleir policies Kuwait ruler succumbs to heart attack DAMASCUS Syria AP Kuwaits ruler Sheikh Abdual lah AsSalim As Sabah died Wednesday Kuwait radio an nounced Death followed a heart attack suffered late last month the an 1 his is an artists conception of the proposed 94unil apart ment building which is being studied as a possible project of the Good Shepherd Geriatric Center Inc The building would face project If r lie east sule at hat street on the south side of 2nd p i QI ty tor the elderly would be in addition to Good Shepherd services for those needing health care Study apartments for retired See other story Page 6 Plans for a sevenstory 94 unit apartment building for ve tired v persons were unveiled Tuesday night at the annual meeting of the Good Shepherd Geriatric Center Whether construction will be launched depends on studies of feasibility now under way How ever it was announced appar ent need financing possibilities and area support have justified planning to thepresent point Land already is either owned or under optionat the proposed site of the building the south east corner of 2ndNE and Georgia arid architects pre liminary sketches have been made The cost including land con struction and furnishing is ex pected to run something in ex cess of million It is not anticipated that any general campaign for funds would be involved Among the financing possibilities to be stud ied arc those under federal serv ices available through the Hous ing and Home Finance Agency Over the long term it is anti cipated that income from rental would retire debt incurred in the creation of the apartment build ing This would follow the Good Shepherd corporations policy of maintaining a selfsupporting although nonprofit operation Rent charges would be moder ate The study leading up to this point in planning was explained by James R Heiny who is COL Iioration treasurer and chairman for longrange planning Now he announced the firm of Na tional Housing Consultants and Management Inc Cleveland has been retained to carry out the feasibility studies on the project If the apartment building is found to be desirable and prac BUILDING Please turn to Page 2 Injured figure at 470 Red dead at 2262 nouncement said Crown Prince Sheikh Sahah El Salem ElSabah a younger brother was proclaimed ruler of the oil sheikhdom by the Council of Ministers it said The crown prince has been premier of Kuwait whose oil wealth makes it the richest country per capita in the world Abdullah had ruled Kuwait since its independence from Britain in 1961 Under his rule the sandy lit tle country became a democra cy with an elected Parliament In 1963 he enrolled the sheik dom in the United Nations The emir was 70 years old but his portly bearing gray hair and beard made much older him appear Abdullah had been called one of the worlds richest men He gave away much of his personal fortune but still remained a mil lionaire from Kuwaits tremen dous oil royalties estimated at million a year North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy and celdor Wodnosday night and Thurs day Lows Wodnosday night 2530 Highs Thursday in low 40s Victim of accident at Lakota LAKOTA A was killed and Woden farmer his wife mcl young son were Tuesday evening when their car was struck by a train at a cross ing near here Dead is Harvey John Boom jarden 41 Hospitalized in Ma son City are DorothyBoomgar den 43 and the couples son Paul 6 Mrs Boomgardcn is in good condition suffering from a broken jaw severe facial lac erations and multiple contusions Young Boomgardcn is in criti cal condition suffering from a icad injury The accident occurred about pm Tuesday at a crossing on Highway 9 threequarters of a mile east of Lakota The Boomgarden auto was traveling west when it was struck broad side by the Rock Island train raveling in a northeast direc tion The train was on a regular run between Esthervillc and Al bert Minn Trainmen said the Irain had reduced speed for the crossing and the air horn and bell were operating at the time of the col lision Thomas Cogdall Algona high way palrolman who invesligaled the accident said Wednesday ihat complete circumstances surrounding the collision wcic not known at this time Funeral arrangements for Mr Boomgarden are pending at the Winters Funeral Home Buffalo Center Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Comics 5 Mason City news Latest MarVets 7 Society nows I Mi 11 ftSr3 Sentenced by Soviet court FREE WHEELING PILGRIM Just a com muter in Plymouth Mass the home of the Pil grims is William Dries 17 pictured on way home trom his afterschool job as a guide aboard May flower JI in background A high school senior Dries is one of many Plymouth residents who will show visitors historic sites in this home of the first rhanksfrivinfr Thursday MURMANSK USSR A Soviet court Wednesday sen tenced a young American tour ist Newcomh Molt of Sheffield Mass to 18 months in a labor camp for illegally crossing the Arctic border between Norway and the Soviet Union The court rejected the 27year old book salesmans contention that he was hot tired and lost when he crossed the border last Sept 4 i Mott heard rhe sentence with out any visible display of emo tion In Washington a State De partment spokesman had no im mediate comment but said a statement probably would be forthcoming later in he day Just before the judge read th sentence Moll closed his eyes for several seconds Then standing in the fcncedin dock he opened his eyes and glancec at his parents Mr and Mrs Howard Mott of Sheffield who had flown to Russia for the trial Mrs Mott wiped her face with her right hand as the sentence was read but made no sound She was dryeyed as she lefl Ihc courtroom a few minulcs lalcr The prosecutor asked for a sentence Tuesday The section of law under which Mott was tried carries a penalty of one to three years imprison mcnt Motts Russian defense lawyer said the American should be giv en a probationary or condition al sentence because of his sin cere repentance and mitigating circumstances Mott told the court he had crossed the border through care NEWCOMB MOTT To labor camp Sports Cloar Lake Classified 1213 North Iowa nows 4 On Thanksgiving Turkey pigskin on menu By JERRY BUCK Associated Press Writer Rooted in AmericanIradilion is the menu for Thanksgiving Day Turkey and pigskin As much as a time of football rivalries it is also becoming a day for spectacular parades as a reminder that Christmas can not be far away Bwt aboye all else as it has been for nearly 350 years Thanksgiving is a day for fami lies and for giving thanks President Johnson in pro claiming Thursday a day of na tional thanksgiving called for prayers that the forces of vio lence and intoler ance may soon vanish from the face of the earth He asked all persons to give thanks for the blessings thai have been bestowed upon our nation during the past 12 months The Johnson family will sit down to a iatcafternoon dinner at the Presidents ranch near HOLIDAY Please Turn to Page 1 i lessness and without thinking He had been traveling in Nor way and was arrested Sept 4 just inside Soviet territory near the town of Borisoglcbsk Norway and Ihe Soviet Union have an agreement to let Nor wegians visit the town without visas during the summer months False label charges on two stores SIOUX CITY of labeling packaged meat with false weights and overcharging customers were filed Tuesday against managerial employes of wo Sioux City grocery stores Named in Ihe complaint filed n municipal court were Dclos L Bowers 41 manager of the meat department at a Safeway store and Dennis B Kroger 25 who holds the same position at Hinky Dinky store Bowers pleaded innocent and was released under bond or trial Dec 10 Kroger also was placed under bond and given until 2 pm Wednesday to get an attorney before entering plen SAIGON South Viet Nam AP The battle of the U rang Valley pushed American asualtics in Viet Nam last cck to 210 killed in action the JS military announced Wed esday It was nearly three imcs the highest total an ouncccl for any previous week The U S Command also re orlccl 470 Americans were vounded during the week end ng at midnight Nov 20 and 6 vcre missing in action A record number of Commit list casualties also was report d 2262 dead and 136 cap ured South Vietnamese forces eportecl 357 dead and 807 vounded more than double the revious week The report Wednesday brought he total of US casualties re sortedin nearly five years of ighting in Viet Nam to about 300 dead and about 6000 vounded Half the dead and a hird of the wounded were cut down in the past three months as US combat troops who be gan arriving in Viet Nam in February took a bigger and bigger part in the war Gen William C Westmore land commander of US forces 1 LEADER OF FORCES War will be long in South Viet Nam warned the American people that despite tactical successes in recent months the conflict will be long and we must be prepared to accept thi3 Westmoreland said in an in terview with the MutuaJ Broad casting System that bombing has disrupted North Viet Nams communications and had an im pact on its economy but failed to stop the daily infiltration of North Vietnamese troops The general declined to ex press an opinion as to whether the raids on the north should be stepped up saying this is a matter beyond my cognizance Before February the Ameri can role in Viet Nam was advisory one coupled with pro viding helicopter and other air support for South Vietnamese units The highest previous total of American casualties was re ported for Ihe week ending Nov 13 It was 86 killed and 230 wounded The week before the total was 70 killed and 237 wounded The average for the Korean War was about 210 American battle dead per week although at times the number was far higher The jump in American and Communist casualties last week was primarily due to the hard fighting in the la Drang Valley 210 miles north of Saigon near the Cambodian border Troops of the 1st Cavalry Airmobile Division battled North Vietnam ese regiments there all week It was one of the first times in the war that the Communists kept attacking American units despite heavy losses instead of stealing away American offi cers believe the Communist commanders are anxious for a victory over the Americans to boost their forces morale to give their propaganda machine VIET NAM Pleast Torn to J SAME   

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