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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 6, 1964, Mason City, Iowa are mixed in South Going fishing on election day EDITORS NOTEA let voters in the South teem Thi Btwspaptr that makes all North towans neighbors Edition VOL MASON CITY IOWA TUiSOAY OCTOBER 4 19M I Ute CoMUU M Two fccuoM tctioa OM Preu Full Wlrci Ne 1 1 i W i leu man tic about both presidential can an AP survey shews the second of four erti cles based on extensive soundings of voters views throughout the nation The two remaining storUs deal with voter attitudes in Midwest end West By R ELM AN MORIN ATLANTA Ga AP The South is a political jigsaw puz zle at this stage of the presiden tial campaign a fascinating tangle of partybolting person alities and hotly colored opin ions about issues And one fact is crystal clear Southerners are less than lukewarm about both Pres ident Johnson and Sen Barry Goldwater Poor choice Lesser el evils Dont feel like voting for either one Going fishing Election Day On a recent tour of the South this correspondent heard these sentiments expressed mbrerfre quently than any other Jsingle view of the campaign Opinion samplings by Associated Press bureaus in all the Southern states likewise reported a lack of enthusiasm for the two major party candidates Im going to vote for John son but I wouldnt if there were anyone besides Goldwater on the Republican ticket said Julie Anne Waxman Augusta Ga a student nurse i Jackie Carter Hutchins Tex used a bowling term to express his attitude looks like a 710 a difficult position any way you go I slightly prefer Goldwater An airport bus driver in Am arillo Tex said he has heard of a sticker saying Vote no1 for president He said Thats for me A Cmattanobga house wife whose husbands car bears a Goldwater sticker said I dont want a sticker that says Im for Johnson if could just get one that says not for Not every Southerner to be sure is preparing to cast an against vote Many said the issues as well as the two men have attracted them to the ban ner of Johnson of Goldwater vV1 E G Dan Boone a Florida a People in Florida believe that if Goldwater gets in the first time Castro gets out of line there wont be any of this wishywashy stuff from the State Department Goldwater will say Buddy youve had it A Griffin Ga service station operator said he is for Goldwa ter because of this nigger business Numerous Southern ers said a vote for the GOP candidate is the only way I have to protest against the gov ernment ramming civil rights down my throat Vice versa the Rev Cuthbert Allen a Dominican priest who is acting president of Belmont Abbey College Belmont NC said I am a Johnson man be cause I think the present ad ministration is on the right track on all the issues In Bridge City La Mrs M Bourgois said she looked with disdane on Johnson when tie first took office But after the attack on US warships in the Gulf of Tonkin she said I lis rowds peril De Gaulle CORDOBA Argentina Bullets tear gas clubs and rocks wounded 12 personsTues day as police fought back a mob of about 3000 persons that surged around a car bearing President Charles de Gaulle There was nothing to indicate that De Gaulle had been harmed Followers of the exiled dicta tor Juan DVeron predominat ed in the mob The Peronists have sought during De Gaulles fourday visit to Argentina to link the French leader with Peron Reports said policeman was shot in the throat and a woman was shot in the leg Other injuries were from rocks police clubs and bullets The crowds broke through po lice lines as the presidential motorcade swung through the center of this big industrial city carrying Argentine and French dignitaries to a farwell luncheon for De Gaulle The car carrying the wives of De Gaulle and President Arturo Illia of Argentina ran onto a sidewalk scattering the crowd It was separated in the confu sion from the presidential car Unconfirmed reports said a woman broke the window of the presidential car slightly scratching the hand of Illia Demonstrators began throw ing rocks just as the presiden tial car was returning from a trip to the Kaiser automobile plant near the Palace of Justice where the official party was to have lunch A few seconds after the presi dential i car passed gunfire broke out Witnesses said police were shooting into the air There was ho immediate con firmation whether the rock throwing was begun by the Peronist demonstrators or by others in the unruly crowd The outbreak of violence was the worst of three flareups in about three hours after De Gaulle arrived Shortly after De Gaulle ar rived shouting Peronists stopped the presidential motorcade and showered the 73yearold French president and Illia with leaflets bearing a picture of Peron At the Kaiser plant which manufactures for Argentine con sumption several models of Ren ault cars workers shouted Per onist slogans Historic Catholic prayer liberty plan gets OK EPect big vote in state hiswif e jMrs train station in Alwtan dria Var Mrs Johnsons strain scheduled to travel eight southern states in four days AvC Johnson congressional candidate from Virginias 10th isafc left Lady Bird toots into the South tcned to him for the first time and realized how terribly wrong I had been Here is a truly great leader In Johnsons home state Tex ans have mixed opinions of him Said a West Texas business divide us executive Lyndon doesnt have a real friend in Texas But he knows how to get things done People may dislike him1 person ally but they have to admire his ability to work with people In Dallas a Goldwater for tress a sales representative said When youre in that vot ing booth its going to be hard to resist the urge to keep a Tex an in the drivers seat I believe Johnsons a good man but Im very much opposed to socialism said Mrs James Felker Fort Worth accountant Ill vote for Goldwater I think we have too much foreign aid and Johnson is more closely as sociated with socialism The very fact that Johnson a Texan drove for the Civil Rights Act has alienated many South erners They call him a turn coat and a renegade Johnson being a Southerner didnt turn out to be much of one said George Winslow of La Grange Ga a cab driver North Iowa Weather outlook Clear to partly cloudy warmer Tuesday night and on Wednesday Lows Tuesday night in mid Ms Highs Wed wesday In lew Ms WeaHier on Page 2 ABOARD LADYBIRD SPE1 CIAL AP Mrs Lyndon B Johnson launched a r Southern whistlestop tour Tuesday with a quotation from Robert E Lee and urged Virginians to forget differences over civil rights and seek a unified nation With President Johnson at her side the First Lady recalled to a crowd at her first stop in Alexandria Va not far from Lees Arlington home the advice of the Confederate gen eral to Southerners after the CivilWar to abandon all these local animosities and make your sons Americans To this Mrs Johnson addec her own advice urging fellow Southerners to seek the tie that bind us together not settle for the tensions that tend tc The President climbed aboar the Ladybird Special for th start of 1682mil foray into the South and rod with her to the first stop jus across ithe Potomac River I want to tell you from Ale andria to New Orleans that t this President and his wife th South is a respected and value nd beloved part of this coun ry Mrs Johnson said The First Lady pointed out lat the hard duty of assuring qual and constitutional rights o all Americans falls not only n the President of the United tates but upon all who love this arid Mrs Johnson born in Kar lack Tex declared her own leep pride and love of the South She talked of old cus oms a special brand of gentili y and courtesy new economic growth and a long line of fam ous statesmen including 12 presidents and 15 secretaries of state from Thomas Jefferson to Dean Rusk She said she has always be ieved there is more love than hate in the South and was convinced of it by the way the passage of the equal rights law was received For the most part she said it was in a way that was a great credit to local leadership to mayors and ministers white LADY BIRD Continued on Page 2 To smooth the path to unity VATICAN CITY AP The Vatican Ecumenical Council oted approval Tuesday of an unprecedented new program of ommon prayer and public meetings between Roman Cath olics and other Christians The council a gathering of Catholic prelates from around he world agreed that Catho ics everywhere must undergo a conversion of heart toward others to further the goal Christian unity Council meeting in St Peters Basilica also approved a declaration that the church must be ready to reaffirm it self where errors may have oc curred and another declaration that Catholic teachings botl for priests and laymen mus conform to the principles of th Christian unity movement to teep minds open to others f 41 roval ofTttieie measure came in voting on the second chapter of the schema de oe cumenismo on a fun damental goal of the council Passage of the provisions in the chapter the second of three in the schema was another ma jor triumph for forces within the church working to over come the barriers that have di vided Christians for centuries The first chapter which out lines principles of unity was approved Monday 1926 to 300 with 209 others in favor with reservations That chapter states that the church must share in responsibility for the discords that have split the Christian world provisions and votes Tues day were Unity is a matter of con cern for the whole church and the church must be ready for selfreform where necessary 2120 to 46 TROPHY ROOM Members of the Larry Chafpicture are left to right Sharon Chaffin Larry fin family of Hampton a horse trainers Chaffm Marlei e Chaffin Mrs Chaff in and Mr am stand with some of the and ribbons jvon in Mrs Jacques Vaa Kirk trainers Arabian horse shows country In the prizewinning Arabian horses in NIowa The Larry Chaff ins of Hampton Red spy charges denounced by US Catholics must undergo a conversion of heart Unless a new mental attitude to remove suspicions and misconceptions occurs the ecumenism move ment will not make great prog ress All Catholics in some way have responsibility for the sins of disunity 2076 to 92 There is absolute need for public and private prayer for Christian unity and the pos sibility of common prayer with the separated brethren 1872 to 292 Catholic training must con form to unity principles and Catholics should cooperate with Orthodox Protestants and An glicans in all fields of public life to give a common Chris tian witness to the world 2099 to 62 The proposal for common prayer in itself represented a giant step forward toward bet ter interChristian relations Pope Paul VI in his meeting both this year and last with the By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director years ago Mr and Mrs Larry Chaffin of Hampton bought two Arabian horses for their two daughters to ride They didnt have any stable for the horses on their 10acre plot north of town so they housed the Arabians in a converted chicken coop The coop still is used to house some of the Chaffin horses but the herd has slightly o u t grown the fa cilities it of fers You see the Chaffin herd now in cludes 25 horses Why the big a must for a stable which in tends to compete on the class A show circuit with many of the leading Arabian stables in the country Van Kirk points out The fact that the Chaffins have been able to compete quite with these other breeders is in evidence in the tack room where the walls are covered with the trophies and ribbons won during the last several years on the na tional show circuit Competing on this show circui is hardly a parttime affair Chaffin points out Each week ndall summer is reserved for an Arabian show somewhere in the Midwest This past summer he stable competed in about 15 op shows At present activities at the Chaffin stable are directed at jetting the show herd ready for he National Arabian Show to be icld later this month in Dallas Texas Getting special attention is HT Hur a 7yearold gelding which has been invited to com pete with other top Arabians in the country in the threegaited competition Ibn Hur is the first owa Arabian to be invited to compete in this class Ibn Hur wont be the first FOCUS Continued on Page 2 Both parties working hard T THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The heaviest vote in Iowa his ory appears to be shaping up or the Nov 3 general election If it doesnt work out that way it wont be for lack of ef ort by Republican and Demo ratic party workers An Associated Press survey indicates both parties have workers out ringing doorbells in one of the most concentrated drives the state has ever seen to erret out and register every jossible prospective voter Both parties also are mapping plans for car pools and the like all over the state to see that their party members get tothe polls on election day The voter canvass is farther ahead in some counties than in others1 It has been completed in some places and is just getting under way in others But party leaders everywhere vow that by election dayevery unregistered voter that can be located will have been contacted A yfew party leaders in some areas saythey detect dragging of the feet among some pre cinct workers The Republicans attribute this to coolness toward the GOP presidential nominee Barry Goldwater Democrats say it is caused by overconfidence en gendered by polls that show SAME Focus on North Iowa Barry would send Ike to Viet Nam MOSCOW ijF The Russians charged Tuesday that three US Military attaches and a British attache searched by Russian authorities in the Kha barovsk incident were spying It was officially hinted they may be barred from the Soviet Union The foreign ministry an nounced it rejected protests by he US and Britain against what the two Western allies Monday called flagrant viola tions of the attaches diplomatic status U S authorities rejecting the accusation of espionage made it clear that they did not re gard the Russian charge as a reply The American embassy said the accusation made in lotes relayed to London and Vashington was not respon ive to our serious protests The Western powers charged he Russians violated the at aches diplomatic immunity by raiding them for about four lours in their hotel rooms at he Siberian city of Khabarovsk Sept 2829 searching their ef Tects and confiscating some of heir personal belongings in cluding a wrist watch The four are Lt Cmdr Nigel N Laville assistant British naval attache in Moscow Col George A Aubrey the US military attache Lt Cot Karl R Liewer Aubreys assistant and Maj James F Smith an assistant US air attache increase Well ifs really quite simple Larry i o i n t s out We would go lo shows and sec horses we liked and buy them Finally we decided it would be raise our own so we got some brood marcs As a result the Chaffins op SharMar Arabi ans Stable after their two daughters Marlcne and Sharon now one of the largest and finest Arabian breeding farms in Iowa One of the first things the Chaffins had lo do when they decided to increase their herd size and go into the breeding business was build suitable quarters for their horses This was accomplished with the construction of a 200 by 00 foot building which doubles as a Editorials 4stable and indoor riding arena Society news 74e Besides the 20 stalls in the nonCatholic observers council said the our at the father prayer with them Catholics and nonCatholics at unity mcet CATHOLICS Continued on Page 2 Inside The Globe By WALTER R MEARS WASHINGTON AP Sen Barry Goldwater guided his campaign for the White House into Pennsylvania Tuesday hav ing declared that if he wins he will ask former President Dwight D Eisenhower to under take a study missoin to South Viet Nam The Republican presidential nominee said he wants Eisen Clear Lake news Sports news 10 structure and a lack room llIZi which houses the Chaffins North news 13 many show trophies the build Latest market 14 ing also provides enough space Mason City news Jacques Van Kirk the Chat Comics 14fins resident trainer to put the Farm 17 Transit timetable II Classified horses through a daily educa tion and training program This daily training routine is To exclude Tshombe at Cairo meet CAIRO Leaders of the nonaligned nations meeting in Cairo decided unanimously Tuesday to exclude Premier Moise Tshombe of the Congo who was under virtual house ar rest in a suburban palace They declared it would be in opportune for the controversia Congolese leader to take par in their conference though the would welcome his chief Pres dent Joseph Kasavubu A delegation carried the state mcnt to the walled Aruba Pa ace in Hcliopolis to whic Tshombe was escorted when h flew in from Athens before daw as an unwanted guest ower to head a team of experts conduct an onthescene in estigation of the situation in he embattled Southeast Asian ountry and seek a solution Goldwater unveiled ttt pro wsal Monday night in a move eminiscent of Eisenhowers wn dramatic promise in the waning days of the 1952 cam iaign to go to wartorn Korea if lected president Goldwaters press secretary aul F Wagner who releasec he statement said Eisenhower was not advised of it in ad ancc But Wagner said Eisen lower and Goldwater have dis cussed in general terms the role Eisenhower might play in cf orts to find a solution to the situation in South Viet Nam At the generals farm at Get ysburg a spokesman said Ei senhower had retired for the night after a hard day and would have no comment The spokesman said that as far as he knew Eisenhower knew noth ng of Goldwaters proposal In his Viet Nam statement Goldwater said he would ask Eisenhower to head up a group of qualified experts to go lo South Viet Nam and report back on the situation in Southeasl Asia US forces are giving advice and aid to South Vietnamese troops in their jungle battle against Communist Viet Cong guerrillas Only through a careful study ay the best qualified experts tliis country has to offer can we meet the situation in South Viet Nam the Arizona senator said Theother men he mentioned for the task are former Minne sota Rep Walter H Judd once a leading Republican voice in Congress on foreign affairs retired Adm Arleigh Burke former chief of naval opera tions and retired Gen Mark A BARRY Continued on Page 2 Drag for body after cement form dunked 3 Lc CLAIRE re sumed Tuesday for the body of Richard Miller 39 of Daven port missing and presumed drowned since he fell into the Mississippi River from an Inter state 80 bridge construction project Monday Frank Olds 43 and Leslie Dehls 50 both of Moline 111 were buried in wet concrete when a form collapsed as the three worked on the bridge The Illinois men managed to dig themselves out and were hospi talized fc President Lyndon Johnson far ahead of Goldwater and Gov Harold Hughes substantially ahead of Republican Atty Gen Evan Hultman Butby and leaders in bothparties throughout the state indicate more preelection pre cinct work is being done than everr before Secretary of State Melvin D Synhorst found in a survey of Iowas 99 county auditors that 62 believe voting in November will be heavierthanin I960 when a record 1273810 ballots were cast for president He estimates on the basi the county auditors prcdij a voter turnout of around l3 million That would be about 79 per cent of the 1638000persons of voting age the US Census Bureau estimates live in Iowa Synhorst has estimated the eugi ble voters at about 18 million Gerro GOP cites Republicans seem to be making a stronger campaign drive at the precinct level than Democrats in Cerro Gordo County r People we normally count on to give us a hand are not doing itsays Cerro County Democratic Chairman Dr Sterling BarberIts not that they arent in favor of the ticket They just dont think we heed the help Republican Third District Centra Committee Chairman Leo Sweesy Mason City in dicates the reverse is truein his party He says full com mittees are working in all IS counties of the district which includes Cerro Gordo Ive seen more enthusiasm than Ive ever sen Dr Barber says his party seems to be faced with an im possible task of organizing V precinct force Were not n e a r 1 y as far along as we should be Apathy has become a real problem He says the campaign on the precinct level has not come close to reaching the magnitude that it did in Sweesy however says the Republican drive is at mack higher level
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