Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 30, 1976 · Page 20
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May 30, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 20

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41 -May 30, 1976 Sunda\ Gazette-Mail ----- Ctu/lefon. Virs«v» ---- Robert Kibbee Chancellor Sears I Var- Pm-intJ a p*rial p u r r h a » f . it i» at regular pricr ^^^·M I I $VNY Awaits Funds Action On Tuition .·;;NEW YORK (AP) - Unable to pay its J-";bills or meet its payroll, City University - qf New York awaited action that could "mean financial rescue through the imposition of tuition for the first time in 129 years. State, city and university officials were scattered for the Memorial Day weekend and a spokesman said "nothing can conceivably happen before Tuesday." Before leaving for a holiday on Long Island, Mayor Abraham D. Beame swore-in three new members of the Board of Higher Education in a move aimed at creating a majority in favor of tuition. Four of the board's 10 members quit earlier in the week rather than vote to impose tuition on the system's 250,000 students. If tuition is imposed' it is expected to range from about $750 a year for freshmen and sophomores and to $900 for upper classes. Gov. Hugh L. Carey has proposed legislation which would provide City University with $24 million to carry on through June 30 and $171 million for the future: Behind the funding proposal is a mandate that City University end free tuition. * * * MEANWHILE, the university's physical plant was closed, examinations canceled 'and final grades withheld. Commence-' merit was postponed until June 30, the last .day of the fiscal year. Figures tend to be approximate at City University. When asked .how many stii-; ' dents were to graduate this year, Chancellor-Robert Kibbee hazarded "between ·~3(M)00 and 40,000." - 'XThere are approximately 16,000 persons '-considered professional staff and. 11,000 pothers' such as security guards and t;maintenance workers. The university dis- Cfribjited printed instructions oh how to ap- ·"piy.for unemployment insurance to all of ;them Friday. These employes were not "paid Friday- · · · ' · ; The payroll for nonprofessionals comes · due: next Friday and university officials - 'said it was doubtful this could be met un,, less the legislature acts. Scouts to 'Walk' If Klan Joins March , DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -Boy Scout officials, faced "with the prospect of the Ku 'Klux Klan joining a scout-sponsored Memorial Day march, are prepared. If the .Klan marches, the scouts will take a walk. ' "We'll be there and ready to march but , if they show up, we'll pull our kids out," .said scoutmaster Zeke Landis. "It's a . shame because this parade has grown over the years and now we have this stigma to ··' · Jive with." I?-".-; About 500 Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts %··· '.horn 27 south Florida units were sched- ff pled to march Monday through this quiet " . farming and ranching community vest of Tort Lauderdale. About 50 other civic and business groups planned to participate in the two-mile parade, but parade organizer Tom Foster said most of the organizations have agreed to drop out if the Klan marches. But John Paul Rogers, the state's top Klan official, said his group had no intention of pulling out of the march. "We'll be there," Rogers said. "I feel sorry for the poor little boys who worked hard" and prepared for this thing and are being denied the right to march. But we haven't tried to say who should march, and nobody else should either." Rogers said about 50 Klan members, including a Junior Klan unit made up of children aged 13 to 19, would participate and would contribute a red. white and blue float. He said the adults would be wearing the Klan's traditional robes and white, triangular caps and the children would wear white shirts, black slacks and a Klan emblem. Klan Planning : Rally in Town Of Group's Birth PULASKI. Tenn. 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