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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1968, Austin, Minnesota I in attacks would be Matador Siors powered horns at. Tack a would be Matador in for in of a during a fun segment of a motorcycle show. Okun sees need for wage Price restraint to go with a tax hike Austin Minn Herald a saturday May la 1968 v . Files show Arnheiter with poor judgment Washington and Navy files show the Pacific Fleet commander recommended reassignment of la. Cmdr. Marcus a. Arnheiter to Shore duty because As a destroyer skipper he displayed a a Gross Lack of judgment adm. Roy l. Johnson recommendation. Overruling a rear Admiral who said Arnheiter should be Given command of another vessel resulted in Arn Heiters assignment to a desk Job near san Francisco. Arnheiter s file was made Public by the Navy Friday the Day after unofficial co Gressing a1 hearings on the Case were concluded by rep. Joseph y. Resnick. . Johnson wrote a a the actions of it. Cmdr. Arnheiter. Re veal a Gross Lack of judgment. A it. Is recognized that taken individually Many of the facts do not represent significant errors in judgment but taken in the aggregate Over a relatively Short period of time they reveal a Complete inability to command and Lead Hyleck claims innocence admits love affair in Friday testimony Duluth Minn. A the to a. Hyleck murder trial recessed for the weekend after the defendant testified for three hours Friday claiming his Innocense and admitting an illicit love fair. Hyleck. 47, Duluth insurance Man. Is charged with beating his wife Leona. 53, to death the night of feb. 15. A a As god is my witness. I did not kill my he told the court under direct examination by Alfred j. Weinberg his attorney. The Middle aged businessman broke into tears several times As he was led by Weinberg through an account of events surrounding the Case. He acknowledged having had sexual relations with an attractive Young woman who worked in the same insurance Agency miss Roberta Pietrowski 2fi. She had told her Story earlier this week of having met Hyleck in 1963 and warming up to a relationship that included intimacies three years later. The prosecution contends ily Leek killed his wife by denting her Skull in with a heavy Angle Iron. Her bloody Corpse was was found in the Hyleck s Snow covered backyard. Hyleck testified Friday that his next door neighbor Jerold Gehrt informed him his wife was dead after neighbors Hail been roused by the commotion of the night. Hyleck related Quot Harry said. To she is Hurt bad real real Quot then i said is she. Is she Star Buck burglars take some $8,000 and Jerry told me she was with that the defendant removed his glasses leaned Forward with face in hands and sobbed. He also related How or. Cyril Smith St. Louis county Coroner had described the scene outside where blood had trailed in the Snow some 15 to 18 feet from mrs. Hyleck a body. Quot i wanted to know if Leona had suffered any before she died or tried to get inside and i did no to hear Hyleck said. Quot or. Smith said she died a pathologist had testified mrs. Llyl Eck had suffered three severe blows in the head any one of which could have killed her. Hyleck testified he was thankful the couple s daughter Pamela 13, had slept through the events of late feb. 15 and Early feb. 16. Poor people get permit for . Campsite Washington apr the poor people most of whom Are negroes coming to Washington to seek congressional enactment of a massive welfare program will Camp out in a Shantytown near the Lincoln memorial. The National Park service said Friday it has authorized a camping permit for 3,000 persons in a Field bordering the reflecting Pool Between the Lincoln memorial and the Washington Monument. The 15-acre tree lined site at the opposite end of the mall from the Capitol is part of the space taken up by More than 200.000 persons who at the Climax of the March on Washington in 1963 heard or. Martin Luther Kings Quot i have a dream speech in which he envisioned full civil rights for All americans. The demonstration later this month for welfare programs is being conducted by the poor Peoples Campaign one of Kings last projects. By Sterling f. Green hot Springs a. A president Johnson Stop economic adviser and an official of a Federal Reserve Bank say that even if there is a tax hike voluntary restraint on wages and prices will be needed to combat inflation. Chairman Arthur m. Okun of the presidents Council of economic advisers and president Alfred Hayes of the Federal Reserve Bank of new York told the nations Industrial leaders Friday some action must be taken to halt spiralling wages sex acc head argues for to Washington a Newton n. Minow former head of the Federal communications commission and now attorney for a television station undergoing scrutiny has argued that broadcast newsmen should not be held to stricter standards than newspaper reporters. But rep. John e. Moss d-calif., noting that radio and television stations Are government licensed says their newsmen must accept a Burden of Quot greater the Issue was joined at the Windup Friday of a House com Merce investigation subcommittees two Day hearing into the question of whether a Chicago television station staged a marijuana party for a news program. Which in turn threaten spiralling prices. Okun and Hayes addressed the business Council at its Spring meeting. Some too presidents and Board chairmen of the nations biggest firms discuss Urban problems today. Okun said the Quot journey Back to Price stability will be a Long and difficult one even if Congress enacts Johnson a proposed to per cent surcharge on income taxes. A the Basic problem for reconciling Prosperity and Price stability is going to be with us a Long time and the need for some kind of voluntary restraint is very great indeed a he said. Okun did not use the word guideposts to describe the voluntary wage Price restraints he advocated. But Hayes said this device needs Quot careful and sympathetic re examination even though it is considered out of fashion. Quot while direct and rigid governmental controls Over prices and wages must be rejected As counter to the very principles of free Commerce we seek to sustain we must find some Way of upholding the guidepost principle of keeping wage increases in line with average productivity gains a Hayes said. A if we Are successful in moderating excess demand with the pending tax hike Bill then at least we will have moved toward a situation where the guidepost principles can work and it will then be up to labor and management to see that so Call for free decorator service mrs. 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Quot the lesson of the guideposts is now less valid than in the Days when More attention was paid to them namely that wage increases in excess of increases in real output can represent nothing More than an inflationary Hayes told the business leaders. The governments guideposts virtually collapsed in 1966. The wage increase formula had been 3.2 per cent up to then but prices surged beyond guidepost Levels. Scientists study social transition Johannesburg a scientists have begun a study of selected ethnic groups in South Africa As part of the five year International biological Pio Gram in w hich 40 countries Are taking part. They will examine the various stages of the groups in transition from peasant a a ural life to Urban Industrial existence. Starbuck Minn. Apr burglars wha broke into six business places and a school got at least $8,600 in Cash or valuables including some $7,800 in jewelry authorities reported. The thieves a with the Knack of professionals swept through this Western Minnesota town Early Friday said Pope county sheriff Oliver Felt. The burglars Jimmie the front door of Wayne Herman songs jewelry store hauled off 90 watches a dozen wedding and engagement ring sets and two Large diamonds. Herman son said the $7,800 loss was not covered by insurance. Across main Street Samuel songs drugstore was raided after a window toward the rear of the building was broken. About $500 was taken from an unlocked Safe As Well As some Strong drugs including Hinc. Also hit by the raiders were a Bowling Alley $275 in loot Starbuck clinic $82 Lindberg implement co., $40, and Opdahl Auto Supply $13. 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