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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 15, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             Mwth Doily Newspaper Tlit newspaper that mokes oil North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL Pnuw Full LMM Wirec MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL is 10c a CoiuUti of Four itcttooj Scettoo Si All agree HCL must return Fear loss of V popularity By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Influ ential Republicans of all shades of opinion believe primary vic tories will not enough and Henry Cabot Lodge must cam paign personally if he wants to try to win the GOP presidential nomination A crosssection survey of par ty members who will have a voice in the choice of a nominee disclosed nearly unanimous opinion that the current boom for Lodge will flatten out if he remains as US Ambassador to South Viet Nam until convention time has said isnt a can didate the nomination and cant participate in politics while he serves as ambassador President Johnson said last week that Lodge is playing a very constructive role in Viet Nam and is under no pressure resign Irving Salomon a close advis er reported after talking to the ambassador on a recent Far Eastern trip he cant say wheth er Lodge will resign by June but he cannot ethically be an ambassador and be involved in Ledges current frontrunning status in national polls and his prospect of topping other dates in the May 15Oregon pri mary are attributed to various factors One often mentioned is that of voter dissatisfaction with other presidentialaspirants The surge lso is credited to his experience in the foreign affairs his remem bered television image as a tough opponent of communism as ambassador to Unit ed Nations and his lack of volvement in current GOP bick erbp over conservative moderate views J Listed Lodge liabilities include his lie to President Johnsons policies in Viet Nam his defeats for the Senate in 1952 and for vice president in 1960 and what many thought was his lacka daisical campaigning in 1960 Strategists fer Sen Berry Goldwater RAriz and New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller regard it as inconceivable that Lodge could win the nomination from Saigon They believe his popularity would nose dive if he came home and subjected him self to questioning on the issues of the day rA former Republican national chairman who didnt want to be quoted by name summed up Lodges appeal this way This is the guy who is least undesir able to thevoters at this point They are disenchanted with ev claims victory CHICAGO GfP Sen BarryGoldwater claimed victory Wednesday in Illinois Republican presidential preference primary but his only listed opponent Sen Margaret Chase Smith made a surprising show of strength as the first wom an to run for the White House Mrs Smith who reportedly spent lessthan making two appearances in her brief Illinois campaign r o 11 e d up more than 183000 per PLANE FLIPPED This light singleengine airplane was flipped against a hangar about as easily as if it had been a childs model plane by galeforce winds which lashed the Alex andria Minn area The plane owned by Robert Benisch an Alexandria area Photofax farmer was overturned at the Alex andria airport by winds which gusted over 80 miles per hour at times during the height of spring snowstorm which swept across Minnesota Two other planes at the airport also were broken from their moorings cent of cast the Republican ballots The lady Maine finished a poor fifth in the March 10 pri mary in her neighboring state Hampshire with 2812 of New votes demonstrates that 1964 can be a year of victory for our party Finishing ahead in his first midwest test he called on all XJittbers of the party to unite to work for the election of Republican candidates where from the state house to the White House Goldwater had been expected to win and the main interest of observers was whether his showing would boost his chances for nomination for president at this summers GOP convention McNamara LeMay arms statements are just myth erybody else But he added Lodge is not another Eisenhower He is go ing to have to come home and answer questions on where he stands if he expects to get the nomination Hes also going to have to show he can take the pace of vigorous presidential campaigning fV orf h Iowa Weather outlook Fair Wednesday in few 41s Partly cloudy and warmer with increasing winds Thursday hiejht in the Tts Weather en WASHINGTON AP s thinking said the retary of Defense Robert secretary feels it is McNamara permitted use of to raise any doubts 4td challenge Gen he wanted to kill at our strength He hSinks it would be wrong any myth about declining sit by and allow creation of military myth and it is a myth in his was learned from officials Wednesday as that there is any lessening of our strength this official said gulf widened between the willed defense secretary Defense Department thV equally strongminded did not name LeMay Force chief of would not acknowl Late Tuesday the it was aimed at the con issued a statement Air Force chief of the increasing military superiority of the United states who feels McNaraara is placing too muchreliance on came after publication of and wavingthe manned Mays February to the sidelines too testimony contending the sians are narrowing the noted that there had One high official familiar a spate of criticisms in Fire space provides much t CAPE KENNEDY Fia As the 200pound payload A spacecraft named the meteoric dive it ra blazed back through the information on the heat phere faster than any previous space payload Tuesday seared its blunt shield and radioed a wealth of great shock vave built up mation which could front of the payload and the manned trips to the moon of gases within the The spacecraft looking like reached 200000 degrees compact model of the A tape recorder stored hea moonship rode an Atlas missile more than 500 miles into space As it plummeted back during the peak period o reentry when extreme temperatures cut off radio signals earth a 10f rocket fired arid increased payload speed from about 15000 to 25166 miles an hour recorder made a full report j on stored data before the craft plunged into the ocean The speed was slightly higher than that miles southeast of Cape Kennedy eluding a new defensestrategy paper spelling out the views oi one of McNamaras strongest ocs Sen Barry Goldwater of Arizona But Goldwaters paper dwelt mostly on theissue ofmissile plunged him nto collision with McNamara early in Goldwaters quest for the Republican presidential nomination The senator is an Air Force Reserve major gen eral Instead the Pentagon blast was aimed clearly at disputing questions raised regarding the magnitude of our superiority and whether it is continuing to grow LeMays published testi mony raised those questions Officials would neither con firm nor deny whether McNa mara had initiated the state ment which was issued in the name of the Defense Depart ment But they said itwould not aave come out without the ap prbyal or knowledge of the sec retary And this approval andknowl edge would have applied to its specific intelli gence information about rela tive USSoviet strengths than is normally allowed out by the Pentagon Asked why this data was be ing released now a spokesman said These decisions are made Goldwater received more thari 450000 votes or cent of the total on the basis of nearly complete returns Gov George C Wallace of Ala bama segregation leader who piled up 260000 votes in Wiscon sin last week finished fourth among all writein candidates ahead of Govs Nelson A Rocke feller George Romney William Scranton former Gov Harold Stassen and Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy Charles H Percy whojheld a presidents post in industry at 29 won the Republican nomina tion for governor at age 44 in his first try for public office Returns from Tuesdays pri marygave these percentages of theGOPpreference vote Gold water 62 Mrs Smith 25 write in Henry Cabot Lodge 7 write in Richard M Nixon 3 with the remainder spread among the remaining writeins f There were no major contests on the Democratic ticket and no presidential candidates listed but President Johnson received 38281 writein votes on the basis of nearly complete returns Goldwater c o mm en t e d in Washington that the outcome Rep Edward J RI11 Derwinski of the Illi nois Goldwater For Committee said he President had pre in government time from time to FORMAN DIES WASHINGTON MVH E For man67 a nationally known fig ure in the construction indus try for many years died Tues day after suffering a stroke last Friday ExIllinois governpr is indicted CHICAGO Illinois former Republican governor William G Stratton was indicted Wed nesday by a federal grand jury which accused him of evading in income taxes oveV four years 1957 through 1960 A fourcount indictment was returned by the grand jury be fore Judge William J Campbell iti US District Court on Thurs day but was ordered suppressed until Wednesday morning 5 The amount of taxes allegedly evaded over four years was on income that the government said was unreported and totaled Stratton left office in 1960 dieted before the election that Goldwater would get 65 per cent of the vote State Rep Lewis V Morgan Jr RWheatori who managed Sen Smiths Illinois campaign described her showing a tre mendous victory for her and a tremendous tribute to her Her Illinois backers had said theyd be ecstatic if she polled as many as 100000 votes Mrs Smith in a statement issued from her Washington home said only I am grateful to my support ers in Illinois and to the voters for their kindness Returns from 9509 of the states 10256 precincts gave Goldwater 449220 Sen Smith 183796 Lodge 53123 Nixon 24 Rockefeller I894Scranton 1422 Romney 369 and Stassen so1 Lodge won on New of them Returns from 9454 precincts gave Percy 543758 votes to 333 200 for his defeated opponent State Treasurer William J Scott 37 J Percy board chairman of Bell Howell Co took his first step toward control of the GOP in Illinois with his nomina tion victory In addition the triumph gives him a position of influence among delegates to tiis partys national convention in July Photofax GOVERNORIN Harold Hughes walks through rubble of a collapsed Yorktown school during a tour of the area stricken by a tornado Sun day How terrible it would have been if this had hap pened during school hours he said at this point No settlement in rail dispute WASHINGTON Johnson said Wednesday there is no settlement yet in the rail road labor dispute which he is trying to help solve to avoid a nationwide strike Johnson said at a news con ference it should be known not later than next Monday whether the unions and railroads can attain in returning astronauts from the moon It also was more than 7000 miles an hour faster than the velocity record ed by any previous space ve hicle the earths at mosphere Inside The Globe NEED 3500 new farmers each year Page 5 ASK 40 PER CENT state aid for local schools Page 35 Editorials4 Comics 6 Society news 891011 Sports news 2122 North Iowa news 30 Clear Lake news3132 Latest markets 34 Mason CHy news53435 Transit timetable 3S Classified pages3839 Ottumwas new downtown face See pictures and story on page 4 Midnight deadline WASHINGTON to Mid night Wednesday is the dead line for filing 1963 federal in come tax returns Cedar Rapids votes 32 for fast time CEDAR RAPIDS Cedar Rapids joined the growing list of eastern Iowa citiesand towns Adopting daylight sav ing time Wednesday The City Council voted 32 to put fast time in effect be ginning April 26 A short time after the coun cil here acted the town coun cil of Hiawathajust north of Cedar Rapids did the same TO LINK JAPAN GUAM YOKOHAMA Japan U S cable ship Long Lines ar rived Wednesday to start lay ing a submarine cable linkin Japan and the South Pacific is land of Guam ettle the fiveyear old t dispute inthe emergency bargaining essions arranged by the Presa lent The country that an wer to be yes Johnson said He said the bargainers in five days OL talks have narrowed he area of difference on some of the issues in the complicat ed dispute over wage structure and working conditions A 15day nationwide strika postponement which Johnson won from the two sides expires at am April 25 Johnson discussed the status of the settlement efforts after receiving from federal media ors an accounting that was originally scheduled as a report on the progress andthe effec tiveness of the first five days of the emergency talks CHARGE JEW SCOURGE LONDON West Euro pean Socialist study group ac cused the Soviet government to day of an unprecedented cam paign against Judaism that has led to closure of 75 per cent of the synagogues in seven years SAME Black Flat Means Traffic In Fast 24 Boars By CHARLES W WALK v Iowa Legislature ftiay have reapportibned itself but if vthe number of Jfdrth lowans seeking positions in that august body is any indication it didnt add to its own Although a record 420 persons filed nomination papers with Iowa Secretary of State Melvin Synborst before the deadline Tuesday midnight only 40 are seeking posts from North Iowas 11 representative districts and 5 senatorial districts Only 29 people 14 Democrats afed IS willbe seeking the ti seats open in the HoaM of from 13 North Iowa counties By com parison 46 people 32 Dem ocrats and 14 Republicans filed nomination papers for Polk Countys 11 seats in the House In the Senatorial race 11 North lowans filed nomination papers seeking five seats The five openings represent 10 North Iowa counties There wili be only three pri mary battles for House seats and one battle for a Senate seat in North Iowa The House battles will take place in Cerro Gordo Chkk asaw and Hardin Counties and the senatorial battle will take place in the newlyformed FraBklihWright district under new remap plan Two Republicans will battle in Cbickasaw County in the June primary for the right to meet incumbent Democrat Vin cent Steffen New Hampton in November They are Floyd Frazee Bassett and Lewis H Farmer Nashua In Cerrrf Gordo County three Republicans will vie for two spots on the November ticket They are incumbent Marion son and Howard Benn and Al fred H dcBuhr all of Mason I v Two Democrats will oppose tfe Republican winners in No in Cerro Gordo Coun ty They are Mrs M H Wal Rockwell and Robert Clapuddk Mason City In Hardin County the race is even more wide open Three Republicans ancP three Dem ocrats are seeking their parties lone spots on the November bal lot The Republicans are Fred Fuller Iowa Falls Martin Lau tertiach Alden and Ray Tay lor Steamboat Rock The Dem ocrals who filed are Neil Bak er Iowa Falls Robert Oehlsen Radcliffe and Paul Primus Steamboat Rock Paul Walter the Republicanincumbent from Union is not seeking reelec tion The only Senatorial primary battle in the area will pt a vet Republican legislator against a newcomer to the yo litical scene Ray Hagie Clar ion who has represented Wright County in the House will meet Verne Freie Sheffield area farmer for the right to meet Democrat A T Keough Hamp ton in the November election in Franklin and Wright coun Hardin County two other North Iowa counties were assured of new representatives in the House when incumbents didnt file Wright County voters will elect a new representative since Hagie is seeking the Senatorial scat In November Jack Burt a Republican farmer from near Rowan will meet Ray V Bailey Clarion patent attorney to see who will take over Hagies House seat Floyd County also was as sured of new representation when incumbent Wayne Shaw declined to run for reelection Ralph McCartney Charles City attorney and A Rae Melrose Charles City insurance man are seeking the post Because the temporary reap portionment plan passed by the special session of the legislature combined Mitchell and Howard counties into one representa tive district two incumbent legislators wilj be meeting in that districts House battle come November x Democrat Ross Stevenson Lime Springs area farmer who has represented Howard County for two terms in the House will go against Fred B Osage Republican who has rep resented Mitchell County for two terms The only other two North Iowa counties combined intoa single representative district by the special sessionsvere Worth and Winnebago In the November battle Har old Mueller Manly Democrat who has represented Worth County for three terms in the House will meet George Car man former Buffalo Centei newspaperman Henry C Nel CANDIDATES in 1 k 1   

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