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- 3 - N-A-E-B stations involved in the clear channel issues include the follow¬ ing: T'NYC, City of New York I rT NAD, University of Oklahoma KUOM, University of Minnesota WCAL, St.Olaf College KOAG, Oklahoma A. & M. College WOSU, Ohio State University V'KAR, Michigan State College WHCU, Cornell University WOI, Iowa State College Hull presented the committee with letters from the Iowa Farm.‘Bureau Federation and the Farmers Grain Dealers Association to support his claim there is.a demand for night broadcasts by WOI, The Iowa State College station now is limited to daytime operation because Station KFI of Los Angeles, California, holes clear channel rights to the wave length used by WOI, Earlier, James G. Patton, president of the National Farmers Union,.said that agri' cultural colleges should be permitted to have better radio facilities, and farm¬ ers better radio service. C alled "Scandal " "One of the scandals of our day," he said, "is the fact that our great agricultur¬ al colleges cannot broadcast the information which they have to the farmer at times when the farmers wish to listen. "I suggest that the FCC work out a pattern so that every state or region has a college or nonprofit station to which all farmers can listen day and night." Hull said that N-A-E-B takes the position that college and university stations should be permitted to meet the "needs and wants" of their listeners at night as well as during the day. He added: "The grant of superpower to the.present. 1-A clear channel licensees would not only prevent college and university stations from securing nighttime broadcast hours which are so essential in order.to reach the largest audience, but would also have the effect of seriously curtailing the services to the present radio listening audience during the day." -*-** -*** RADIO COUNCIL WINDS UP SUCCESSFUL YEAR One of the country’s most successful radio councils celebrated another year of fruitful activity at its annual spring banquet Monday, April 12,. At the Roose¬ velt Hotel in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the members of the radio council, which includes representatives from more than a dozen local organizations, met to mark another year of activity. Represented also were Cedar Rapids’ two radio stations, I MT and the new KCRG and its FM adjunct, KCRK. Main event of the evening was the memorial talk presented by Mrs, Virgil Hancher, wife of the State University of Iowa president to honor the memory of Pearl Bennett Broxam. Pearl Broxam was a worker for many years in educational radio as program director at station i SUI, University of Iowa, Her accidental death last November deprived educational radio of one of its hardest workers. Everyone in Iowa radio felt the loss,. A Pearl Bennett Broxam Memorial Fund has been started by the Cedar Rapids Radio Council to provide prize incentives for high school students interested in radio.