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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             Barry opposes federal aid to the low grades KDiTOItS NOTE in a fourpart series on idcntial nominee Hurry views on a variety of Fair is qualified success Some pavilions are bankrupt By FRED FERRETTl New York Herald Tribune News Service Following is the third article the views of Republican pres Goldwater of Arizona The issues as expressed in his books interviews cam paign speeches state ments and other public remarks were compiled and documented for the by the As sociated Press NEW YORK The Texas pavilion at the New York Worlds Fair last week filed a bankruptcy petition claiming in debts Among oilier problems the featured musical show From Broadway With Love has nol been drawing well even though critics liked it Nonetheless the billiondollai Worlds Fair can be called after its first three months qualified success With an advance sale of 3 million tickets Before it even opened its gales the Fair wil make money It has already an nounccd that its outstanding notes will be met with time to spare The Fair has something for everybody Those things which make the success qualified arc a lag in attendance the failure of scv eral highly touted pavilions to survive the folding of severa shows and the sickness of the Fairs large and gaudy amuse mcnl area The big hit is General Motors with its futuramic World ol Tomorrow which features a comfortable dipping ride through the sea the Arctic the jungle the desert the moon and into tomorrows city show ing how modern technology pulls from the various environ mcnts to create Second third and fourth are the Vatican Pavilion Genera Elcctrics Progrcssland ant Ford5 Magic Skyway Thej are drawing the Fairs visitor in that order Every second visitor has seen General Motors Almost th same number have vicwcc Michelangelos brilliant marbl statute Picta which sits be hind a bulletproof glass in special alcove in the Vatican Pavilion General Electric traces th development of various elcc trical appliances through the mouths of a realisticlooking American family Visitors viev four scenes from a rotatinj stage Ford takes the visitor in a Ford convertible through the Stone Age to the development of the wheel It should be noted that of the four big hits here three are in the industrial area This section is the most troublefree of the Fair Among the foreign exhibits the elegant and expensive Span ish Pavilion is easily the most impressive Other fine buildings arc the Japan House the Malaysia Pavilion the Scandinavian Pa vilions of Sweden and Den mark and the Pavilion of India One of the Fairs sore spots has come from the foreign area however The American ex hibitors are used to the high maintenance costs involved in such an exposition but among the foreign countries there is widespread discontent about the fees being charged for simple housekeeping Most buildings use allied maintenance One exhibitor Sierra Lconc has already threatened to abandon its very popular ex hibit because it cannot afford the maintenance fees Among the states exhibits the most successful have been the New York State Pavilion de signed by Philip Johnson the New England Pavilion a six slate complex featuring a poignant tribute to the late President Kennedy the Alaska Pavilion Hawaii and Illinois which contains another Disney brainchild a mechanical life like image of Abraham Lincoln who rises speaks gestures WHITE APPEAL EL1ZABETHVILLE the Con go Appeals to evacuate whites from the revolttorn east ern Congo mounted Thursday North Iowa Weather outlook Clear to pertly cloudy con tinued warm and humid with widely scattered thunder showers through Friday Lows Thursday night 70s south to mid Ms rwrth with highs Fri day in tew Ms Weather details Page I Goldwatcr said in his April 11 ampaign position paper 1 iave consistently opposed feder al aid lo elementary and sec ondary schools as unnecessary md unwise Nevertheless 1 iave advocated that any sucl Congress ever an home in fairness be made available to all schools public private or parochial Goldwatcr said he favors tax credits for school taxes and fot axpayers supporting college students Education The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 23 19M This Paper Consists of Four Associated Full UaM aulle U S out as the Wests leader Extremism I would remind you that ex remism in the defense of liber ty is no vice And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue acceptance speech July 10 Jlis remarks were aimed at New York Gov Nelson A Rock efeller his rival in the Califor nia primary Goldwatcr called Ihe issue one of small minds lhat disregard tho real prob lems facing the nation All I can say is that 1 will take the support of any Ameri can who is not a Communist who has not advocated the violent overthrow of our gov ernment and the Birch So ciety like the Americans for Democratic Action extremists on the left are operating in my opinion under their con stitutional rights he said in San Francisco on March 15 Goldwalcr said in Sacramen to Calif on March 17 people who make extremism a cam paign issue have no business running for the presidency I seek the support of no ex trcmist groups of the left or right he said in Fresno Calif March 14 Economy In a position paper issued late in June Goldwater said he would act to hold clown fcdera spending by setting clearly staled and clearly un derstood To hold down the federal budget he said local govern ments should be taking on more BARRY GOLDWATER Views of GOP choice in meeting lcarly established needs Urban renewal and welfare idvices arc two prime exam iles of what f mean Ke said At the opposite end of the scale necessary federal responsi the needs of dc fense and national security In Dallas Tex June 15 Gold water said If we continue to enlarge the power and the purse of the federal government at the rate we arc now enlarging both we will have to institute a ncv cconomic will have to adopt a form of US socialism wihin the next several presi clential terms and maybe soon cr than that President Johnson he said in Monterey Calif May 26 has absolutely no regard for the value of the dollar We are headed for about a 510 billion deficit As your president I would devote more of my interest ami lime to seeing to it that the American dollar retains its val uc he said We Republicans seek a gov ernmcnt that attends to its in hcrcnt responsibilities of main taining a slabte monetary am fiscal free and competitive economy ami enforcing law and from acceptance speech July 16 Goidwalcr said in his April 1 position paper What we dcs perately need are some clcarl staled and clearly undcrstoot priorities for national programs We cannot do everything a once and there are many thing the fcdera govcrnmcn shouldnt be doing at all hi said The budget can be bal anced he said in Chico Calif March 17 and Im convinced that I can balance it without damage to any serv ices in ttm country I feel the cost of living in crease has wiped out a large part of the benefits to be gained BARRY Continued onPage 2 Barry requests meeting with Johnson MOMENTS OF S Atty Gen Robert Kennedy easts pen sive glance at former White House rock ing chair of his brother the late Presi dent John F Kennedy The Attorney Pliototax 1 IIUIUUX General was inspecting an exhibit of photographs and personal effects of his brother placed on display in Chicago to raise funds for the Kennedy Memorial Library New York riots rage for the fifth straight night NEW ihot and wounded four Negroid as racial rioting looting and andalism raged in Brooklyn Jirough the night Police said the Negroes shot were accused of looting Several policemen were in ured during the citys fifth itraight night of racial violence Police counted 145 stores loot ed in the predominantly Negro BedfordStuyvesant section of northeast Brooklyn Marauders smashed store windows and ran of the roving bands to four Neroes b off with urry Crowds of Negroes anything they could jeering break up the disorder In Manhattan 500 white teen agers pelted Negro demonstra tors outside police headquart ers A police charge broke up the mob Harlem however was quiet even quieter than on a normal summer Wednesday night po lice said There were no riot arrests No police shots were fired No streets were sealed off in the nations largest Negro commu ind hurling missiles at police surged through the streets Wednesday night Sleclhclmeted police preciominanlly Negro Bedford Stuyvesant section Charges in cluded felonious assault loot ing from stores whose windows were smashed and disorderly conduct Many in the Brooklyn crowds headed for home or other shel ter when rain started late in the night The Brooklyn violence erupt ed less than three hours after Mayor Robert F Wagner made a television and radio appeal for peace and declared Law and order arc the Negros best To talk civil rights WASHINGTON AP Re publican presidential nominee Barry Goldwater has asked the White House for an appointment with President Johnson to dis cuss civil rights and the cam paign ahead Goldwaters press secretary Tony Smith said Thursday that an aide to the senator talked Wednesday with a White House aide seeking a meeting be ween the Arizona senator and Lhe man he is challenging for the presidency A contact has been made with the White House relalive to an appointment Smith said Smith said he could nol identi y either the man who acted or Goldwater or the White House aide who received the request Goldwatcr said in Chicago Monday he thought it a very good idea for him and Johnson to discuss methods of keeping civil rights tensions out of the presidential campaign IKILIUII idiguhL iMugro commuorder arc the Negros best mty where violence had flared friend The opposite of law and f I for four ni u a ordcr is moh rulc the way of mg the fatal shooting of a 15the Ku Klux Klan and the lynch yearold Negro boy by a whitemob police lieutenant JIQIIL rtliu volley aflcr volley over Ihclcarly Thursday in Brooklyns The Democratic mayor who Seventysix Negroes were arinterrupted a trip to Europe and iircdjrested Wednesday night and flew home Tuesday announced a program to end racial vio lence and promised increased ef forts to end slum conditions to recruit more Negroes for the police force and to review charges of police brutality Singapore is site of communal riots SINGAPORE Chinese and Malays poured into the streets of Singapore for more racial battles I hursday pushing the official death toll to IS since communal rioting begun Tuesday night Hospitals reported 65 more injured were brought in after four hours ofserious clashes most of them during a morning break in the curfew to allow people to buy food The rioting began Tuesday night hiring a pro cession by 25000 Malays marching in honor of the Prophet Mohammeds birthday The Chinese outnum ber the Malays more than 5 to 1 in Singapore but the Malays dominate the government of Malaysia of which Singapore is a member Wagner later told newsmen that there is some evidence Both of us want to keep it i completely quiet question am we both hope it will not conn up he said Tensions ar tight already Goldwater said at that tim he was Ihinking in terms of an agreement with President John son that we or our associate would not through any words w might say add to the feeling o tension that exists today White House Press Secretar George Reedy has said th President would give scnou consideration to any formal re quest from Golclwater for a meeting on the subject Goldwater sorry some GOP cant support ticket WASHINGTON AP Sen Barry Goldwater said Thursday hes sorry that some Republi cans have declared they cannot Ihotofax LUCI MAKES A Johnsons youngest daughter Luci JBaines displayed this pained expression as she missed her lines while rehearsing Peter and the Wolf with famed pianist Van Cli burn Chbura is conducting the Russian symphonic tauy tale with Luci as narrator for the Interlochen Symphony Luci wil make a concert debut with Uiburn at National Music Camp at Interlochen Mich Poverty leaders push for passage the bill and its amendments OM viiuiiviiguu iijbi 01 an ny Democratic leaders expressed the Chinese and has seen its confidence the measure would European satellites be passed and sent to the House astray he said late in the day One move bolstering v i oumc 1UIMICC i viikj of Communist instigation of tlicnow as the partys racial rioting Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Society news 67 Clear Lake 1011 Sports news 1718 North Iowa news 22 Latest markets 26 Mason City news 2627 Comics 28 Transit timetable 30 Classified pages 3031 presidential nominee and add ed the GOP must stick to gether Goldwater back at the Sen ate for the first time since he won the Republican presidential nomination told newsmen thats their own choice Im sorry that they fee lhat way Republicans have to stick to gether he said in a running news conference between his of fice and the Senate floor Sens Jacob K Javits and Kenneth B Keating of New York and J Glenn Beail of Maryland have said they cannot now offer Goldwatcr their back WA S H I N G T 0 N AP Administration leaders drove for Senate passage of President Johnsons S9G25million anlipov crty bill Thursday after accept ing a states rights amendment they hoped would pick up sup port from Southern Democratsi The bill has come under George A Smathcrs tn West heavy attack from Sen Barry prohibit the establishment of1 Goldwatcr of Arizona the Re publican presidential s He has called it a backwardgovernor Urges Viet parley Says Europe stands alone PARIS President Charles e Gaulle said Thursday that things have changed and tho United States no longer directly r indirectly runs the affairs of lie Western world De Gaulle also proposed a ourpower parley for the setllc nent of the Vietnamese conflict and the future status of Ilia vhole fndochinesc Peninsula The president said the big na ions with a direct responsibility or the fate of Viet Nam should meet to settle the nations dil icultics He said these nations he United Slate Uccl China he Soviet Union and France De Gaulle said they should agree on pcice conditions for Viet Nam then join in a mas sive reconstruction program for the slates of former French In dochina including Cambodia and Laos Speaking to a jampacked news conference in the presi dential palace under the lare of television and newsrecl lights the president sharply de clared that the post war era of US dominance in the West has ended Now Europe he said emerged as an entity capable of living jis own life because it is full of its own values Lnd means DC Gaulle said a similar de velopment Ls taking place in Urn Eastern world too in the quar rel between Moscow and Pek infr The Soviet empire which ii the greatest and last colonial power of our times has seen its domination of the vast areas jAsia challenged first of all by At the same time the Corn their munist regime is suffering a looking hodgepodge with the single objective of securing votes in hopes was the approval by voice setback in its standard of liv votc of an amendment by ScnnK as compared with that of y iuumim me csianJisnmcnt of T youth camps in any state with1 ln which De out the consent of that slates 3p was with news J ni nnK i tion is authority to establish a 01 RTcx Scn who ru corps to provide education U U lower joined Goldwater earlier in de nouncing the measure in a mi had An enrollment of 10000 is planned for Ihe first year with iiouncmg me measure in a u nority report from the Labor hc I Sen Pat McNj Committee The extent if any to which Strong sailors Chemical would produce super men INGTON could come rlnlv frnm i vvui n any 10 wniCIl u n Goldwater was going to mix in1 willmg Wllh somc rc the debate was unccrtaS accept Smathcrs uiuiiidm amendment Under an agreement reached Wednesday to limit debate onl accePfed an amend mcnt by Sen Winston L Prou ly RVt designed to bar poli tics from the job corps pro gram McNamara said he was WASHINGTON biological scientists arc serious ly dreaming of some day mak ing men temporarily superhu man in strength and muscutar control by giving them chemi cals it was disclosed Thursday They also are speculating about eventual development of Skin These would be vast supplies of human skin grown from individual skin cells in special chambers and kept in readiness for use in mass dis asters Instant The ability to make a fighting man adjust to the terrific heat of a desert in minutes or hours rather than in days or weeks by giving him special drugs These aro conccdedly long range ideas whose realization could come only from break throughs on lough research problems still under intensive study They were outlined in a special issue of Naval Re search Reviews a publication of the Office of Naval Research In one report DrRobert K Jennings head of ONRs bio chemistry branch described basic research lo explain Ihe chemistry of muscle action Among the possible benefits if this research is successful he said We may be able tn deal more effectively with muscle and nerve poisons an enemy might employ against us we may be able to treat diseases which incapacitate men today and we may even learn how to create men who are temporarily superhuman in their strength and muscular control to deal with emergencies without being harmed Jennings also told of pioneer ing studies on the cultivation or growth of animal and human cells outside the body Such cultures develop characteristics which arc not exactly like the cells and tissues found in the body When enough has been learned about the far tors which conlrol Ihe growth and differentiation of let us say skin cells it may be possi ble to have skin farms to which the physician can turn for replacement parts when large numbers of casualties arc brought to him after natural or manmade holocausts Dr Leonard M Libber chief of ONRs physiology branch outlined the theoretical concept of druginduced instant accli matization for men suddenly transported by aircraft from a temperate climate into the seething heat of a desert In the quest for such a break through he said scientists at the Naval Medical Research In stitute Bcthesda Md are doing basic research on the hy bodys ingen ious determine how this brain organ transmits information to the nervous and chemical messengers of the body ONR is supporting related in vestigations of techniques where by various drugs are injected directly into the area of the Jiy pothalamus men and French officials At one side on a rostrum was tho A major feature of the legislacabinet and on the other a group of other officials As usual De Gauilc called for DE GAULLE Continued on Page 2 US officials wont comment WASHINGTON AP US officials refused quick public comment Thursday on French President Charles DC Gauliej new attack on US leader ship in the Western alliance There was some resent ment privately expressed for the comparison drawn by tho McNamara DMich floor manager of the bill said sure the intent of Proutys amendment would have carried out anyway Besides the job corps the measure would provide work study programs for young peo ple adult education and train ing among a variety of commu nity action projects federal grants and loans to help impov erishcd rural families aid for migrant farmworkers and spe cial loans for small business French leader between tho been sPlil in the Communist bloc and the development of rela tions among members of the Atlantic Alliance SAME Black Flf Mcini Death In 21 Kouri CHARLES DE GAULLE   

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