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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                ihWest Most voters L are undecided EDITORS NOTE A politico situation k rising in MM the nation into the final the presidential election c m Here it what Associ ated Press find being Mid fourpart series v By ROB WOOD SAN FRANCISCO AP From the sparse settlements of the Badlands from the valley towns of the Rockies from the teeming cities of the Pacific slope a strange medley is rising in the West It is a political cacophony made up of three themes Earnest support of Lyndon B Johnson The comment 01 Mrs Albert Becco parttime hospital employee at Pueblo Colo is typical I like Johnson because he says he loves every one mean I think hes inter esfed in all the people Dedicated backing for Bar ry Gold waterExample Mrs Gene A Williams housewife of Olympia Wash who said she was a Democrat for some years Im going to vote for Goldwater because I think he would be more responsible with my money The plagueonboth houses theme E DHovde state highway engineer from Francisco said Weve got two lousy candidates An unusual aspect of this presidential contest is the ap parent strength of this third school of thought composed ofj people who either wont vote or if they do will vote against somebody rather than for some body There seems to be considera ble yearning for another choice for some unidentified man who isnt there This yearning was put into words by Sharon Alzeni parking lot attendant in Tucson Ariz I dont think Johnson is very good President I think Goldwater would be worse Id sure like to have more of a choice These quotes and many oth ers were gathered by Associat ed Press reporters as they in terviewed people at random in 13 states New Mexico Arizo na California Washington Oregon Nevada Montana Wyoming Utah Colorado Ida ho Alaska Hawaii These states represent electoral votes out of a total o 538 It is largely from the West plus the Midwest and South tha Goldwaler has been hoping to put together the required victo ry total of 270 The New York Times after a nationwide survey says that as of now Goldwater is generally considered certain to carry only two states Mississip pi and Alabama with eight others appearing to favor him In California with its weighty total of 40 electoral votes Gold waler is considered dead the Times says A voice long powerful in Cali fornia Republican circles was raised for Goldwater last Sun day however when the Los Angeles Times came out for him Californias biggest news paper laid great stress on GOP principles which it said have best served individual liberty and free enterprise In the stretch drive to the Nov 3 election Goldwater strategists are counting heavily on two factors 1 Dedicated zeal by his campaign workers the kind of people who put him across at the San Francisco convention and 2 Possible overconfidence on the part of the Democrats A variety of issues figure differently in various parts of the vast West Viet Nam is of concern in Hawaii less so in New Mexico Civil rights and the extent of the possible white backlash are talking points in metropolitan Los Angeles and San Francisco A Yakima Wash housewife said that should Goldwater win she would live in fear that he a II North Iowa ns neighbors Edition VOL tM MASON CifV IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER I 1H4 UOe Two AuoclaUd Preu Full UaM Wires Me The women venture out on the stump tor husbands LADY BIRD JOHNSON Lady Bird on her By FRANCES LEWINE ABOARD THE LADY BIRD SPECIAL Ml Mrs Lyndon B Johnson shrugging off the bops of a noisy crowd at a rally Wednesday night was cheered loudly Thursday as she took a buggy ride through Charlestons sun drenched battery Winding up her twoday visit to the Carolinas Mrs Johnsons Lady Bird Special train departed Charleston for Savannah Ga Some proRepublican signs and sentiment were evident Thursday it did not com pare with the boos she ran into ait the rally Mrs Johnson took the heckling in stride saying It put more vigor into our own voters Relaxed and smiling the First Lady rode in a carriage driven by tophatted Harry Waagner on the tour of the battery overlooking Charles ton Harbor Hecklers interrupted speech es by Mrs Johnson and Dem ocratic party leaders several times before audiences of more than 10000 at both Col umbia SC and Charleston Wednesday At Charleston it persisted throughout the nighttime rally at a shopping center mall Reminiscent of Hitler shouted Rep Hale Boggs of Louisiana as he tried to quiet the hecklers There are young people here who have no sense of American demo cracy In both cities crowds greet ing the traintouring wife of the President were enthus iastic Her hecklers were a tiny number by comparison but they werevocal Thousands of pennantwav ing supporters of President Johnson drowned them out temporarily with shouts of We want Johnson Boggs Gov Donald Russell Sen Olin Johnston and Rep Mendel Rivers could not silence the Charleston heck lers w Peggy she uses silent approach PEGGY GOLDWATER By MAGGIE SAVOY MUNCIE Ind AP Cam paigning is a family affair in America these days But in the Barry Goldwa ter family the men do the talking Peggy Goldwater made that clear on her first solo cam paign tour on behalf of her husbands candidacy for pres ident when she went through a whirlwind Peggy Gold water Day in her hometown of Muncie Wednesday with out making a speech After being met by her chil dren Barry Jr Michael Mrs Thomas Ross and Mrs Richard Arlen Holt Mrs Goldwater explained she does not speak because she does what her husband wants her to do and tries to be what her husband wants a good wife and mother She spent therest of the day shaking hands with Muncie friends who stood in line near ly three hours at Ball State Teachers College She waved to the 2500 people who crowd ed Souihside High School gym nasium displaying Welcome Peggy banners and shouting We want Barry She accepted a plaque from Muncie banker Frank B Ber nard inscribed To the First Lady in the heart of Indiana while the band played Peg of My Heart After a speech by US Sen ate candidate D Russell Bon trager she left by motorcade for the John Drum residence where she spent the night with her family She left Johnson airport Thursday morning by plane for Columbus Ohio where she was honored as luncheon guest at the slate convention of the Ohio Federation of Re publican Women Peggy Goldwaters first si lent campaign tour ends Thursday when she boards a plane in Chicago for Phoenix where the senator joins her for a day of rest before they leave for Los Angeles and SanFrancisco World Series Yanks win H Yanks 000 101 2048 120 Cards 001 000 0113 7 0 See details oh Sports Page Rusk denies delays Stern Indonesia Warnins Rusk denied Thursday that the Johnsoh was marking time oh policy issues of munist war in South Nam because an election i Photofax MOM unidentified girl caught in the confusion of mass arrests of defiant mothers during sitin protest against integration program at PS 149 in Jackson Heights section of QueensNew York cries as she is separated from her mother campaign is going on in country Rusk told a news conference he wanted to hit that hard as he could He said the issues in South Viet Nam are major issues of war and peace Rusk added that President Johnson has made it clear to his advisers that decisions with respect to South Viet Nam have nothing to do with the election and should be made without regard to the political cam paign Then Rusk gave what ap peared to be a new warning to the Cuban government that a serious situation will arise i Castro continues withany pro gram of interference with other governmentsin the Western Hemisphere said this is a contingency tha has not yet Sen Barry Goldwatersas sertion that the NATO comman der in chief has some authorit to order use of nuclear weapon raises questions which a secre tary of stateshould not discuss The US regards the issu of Russias refusal to pay UN peacekeeping assessments as uidamental constitutional que lion between the Soviet Union and other UN members The effort of the countrie in the nonaligned conference Cairo to dictate who should re resent theCongo threatens sen ous difficulties and complica tions in international affairs Communist Chinas ex peeled explosion of a nuclear test bombin the near future raises a grave question of the Killian jailed To return here He also implied stern ng to Indonesia against any at ack on saying n attack on that island nation n the Western Pacific would nder the existing Treaty of Al attack on the Thomas James Killian 21 Minneapolis Thursday waived extradition in Rochester Minn He will be returned to Mason City where he is charged with kidnaping and robbery with ag gravation Killian was captured in a Ro chestermotel Wednesday about 15 hours after kidnaping Mason City Police Capt MS Sam Newburg Killian had released mighl push the alomic button unharmcd about officers opened the motel doo with a master key and force their way into the room by breaking the door chain Killian retreated to the bath room Cunningham said Killia was talked into throwing ou his revolver No shots were fired Killia was held in Olmstcad Countyjthe An Albwquerque NM wornam Wednesday on a road near an with sons in the military service said there was nothing to fear from the GOP candidate The Denver Post reported Sept 20 that a Colorado poll made for the paper by a private survey organization showed 68 per cent favored Johnson 26 per cent Goldwater and 6 per cent were undecided An undecided voter is John Devore Denver insurance bro spreadof nuclear weapons Its ot a matter of nu lear power Rusk said but athcr a question of 15 or 20 or 25 new nuclear powers coming nto being over the next few iance be an United States Rusks assertion on this poin rew out of questions concern ng the visit here earlier thi week of President Diosdado Macapagal with President John son Rusk did not say anythin to indicate that he thought a Indonesian attack on the Philip pines was at this moment serious possibility years For this reason he said he US feels Indias decision o employ its nuclear resources n peaceful uses is a contribu tion to peace The US assumes that the prospect of an atmospheric nu clear explosion in Red China is a malter of great concern to the countries attending the non aligned conference in Cairo bu what if anything they do about jPbotofax TEXAN AND HAT WONT BE PARTED President Johnson fends off wouldbelouvenir collector and gets Texastype hat out of reach during crush of greeters at Chicagos OHare Airport The President has a firm grip op worn anf forearmarid other hands have firm grip on Presidents topcoat sleeves as he meets the popple after a day of midwest campaigning He was en route to overnight quarters near airport when the incident occurred 11 Political observers believe Johnson did well in the state Chest Early quotas T s encouragiog Mason City Com munity Chest drive is re portedat per cerit of the goal for support of the seven Red Feather agen cies in Mason City The Mason City schools division of the t Chest maintained its tradition of going over the top ear lycoming m Thursday Wvith bThpse pledges by school em ployes swas the highest total ever for the division Picture fPage 13 On other subjects Rusk made these points f The United Slates wants largest possible participa it is up to them jail until his hearing of NATO allies in the pro morning I posed seaborne nuclear force posca seaoorne nuciucti iuni Under Iowa law thiscountry and Gcr m 11 wt wnrt lit IT i 1 jKensett after forcing the cap tain to ride with him at gun point Judge William S LaPlante of the Rochester Municipal Court said Killian signed the extradi tion waiver and wished to re turn to Iowa Jerry G Kocrber deputy sheriff and Duanc Jewell city police detective left at noon carries a maximum penalty of five years in jail or 81000 fine or both Robbery with aggra vation carries a maximum 25 year sentence By CHAD SKAGGS DES MOINES AP Presi dent Johnson playing the politi cians role to the hilt did every thing but kiss babies here Wednesday Pblitical observers seemed to think he did it well Democrats were jubilant Re publicans while ooked to next Tuesday when pretty woman and kissed a was among those ty girl promised prosperity and who saw the Presidentpass in peace if reelected and said he his motorcade but said it was would like for all his hearers to almost by accident many are pushing Rusk clined to discuss Ihc possibility raised in West Germany of USGcrman force if other coun tries will not participate he SAME go to his inauguration year next Ray said he happened to be walking from Republican head Dcmocratic Gov H a r old quarters to my office when the Hughes met the President at President went by the airport rode with him to the Capitol and introduced him on RnwWiean Mid heir presidential nominee Sen Barry Goldwater will make an afternoon visit to DCS Moines Johnson obviously reacted warmly to the overwhelming re ception by an estimated 177000 persons He waved his big hat flashed a wide grin shook hun dreds of hands complimented a the speaker s stand many in tne crowd wcfc thcrc mereiy to pay re As to the reception spect to the position and to see said I was tremendously the man who holds the presi plcased and the President was dency Jttris year and well over the goal set for them The first two employe 1 groups from business places brought in their pledges over quota The firms yhere thiey work are S Federal Ave neigh City IGA and ShilUs MaiUKite It was pointed out that the workers in thosetwo firms not only passed their goals in total giving but had 100 per cent par ticipation by all employes Although not tabulated yet more returnsvjWere coming into the Chest of also so I think a lot of the people He said Johnson told him durout today were Goldwater sup ing the ride he was pleased with porters and Republicans but the numbers and warmth of let the schools out and close the the crowd Iowa Republican ker He told a newsman that he is a good Republican who is SURVEY Continued en 3 North Weather outlook Decreasing colder Thursday night with frost or freeiing lows FrkUy slightly warmer Weather Details en Page 2 Thursday to pick up Kilflan Rochester authorities said they learned Killian previously had stayed at the Holiday Inn there and police were alerted The motel called police abpu pm when a man fitting Killians description checked in Sheriff Gerald Cunningham told the GlobeGazette he ar rived at the motel with two men in about five minutes Shortly James J Macken chief of po lice and two Rochester police men arrived The sheriff Killian ha locked himself in his room Th 4 AntiCoronary Club Does diet ward off attack stores and you are bound to get Chairmana big crowd Ray Hughes Thursday praised Iowa law enforcement officers for their efficiency in protecting President Johnson during his Ivisit Hughes a Democrat assured the Democratic President that I thought he would carry the state by a substantial margin this year fice Thursday promising a further f jump toward the citys goal The money goes to continue the service programs of the Salvation Army Pub lic Health Nurses Boy and Girl Scouts Family Service YWCAs and YM and By ALTON BLAKESLEE AP Science Writer NEW YORK Seven years ago more than 800 mid dleaged men began following a prudent diet aimed at pre venting heart attacks They became volunteer mem bers of New York Citys Anti Coronary Club Their diet changes were designed to re the amount of cholesterol a fatty material blamed for clogging up heart arteries in their bloodstreams Wednesday medical directors of the AntiCoronary Club told the American Public Health Association of the results to date Eight of the club members are now dead of heart attacks This is a rate about onethird that of other middleaged men also checked who did not change their eating habits Seven of the eight died within two years after joining the club Only one died since then during years when presumably the diet had a fuller opportunity to exert its physiological effect It seems reasonable to attribute the significantly lower rate of heart attacks among club members to the diet said Dr Seymour H Rinzler a heart specialist Men following the food advice had within a year significantly CORONARY Continued en Page 2 On the inside Editorials 4 Society news 471 Soortt news 901 CubGazette 11 Latest markets 17 Mason City news 1113 Comics Classified pages i   

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