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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                BF A small BG T h new spoper that makes all Nor th I o w a n s neighbor Holds firm f j lead in Dixie By Congressional Quarterly WASHINGTON The Gold water Republicanparty riding t wave of segregationistcon servative sympathy is likely to sweep atleast half the 13 south ern states in the presidential election Goldwater currently holds a firm lead in Alabama Mississippi and Louisiana is somewhat ahead of President Johnson in Georgia North and South Carolina and Virginia and is at least even with the President in Florida Arkansas and Tennessee The only states which appear firmly in the Johnson column are Kentucky Oklahoma and Texas Despite this bright picture for Goldwater however no substan tial inroads into the Democrats nearmonopoly of Senate and House seats is likely to occur a Congressional Quarterly sur vey shows Republicans currently control four of the Souths 26 Senate in Kentucky one in Texas and most recently by his political conversion the South Carolina seat of Sen Strom Thurmond Only three of the 22 Southern Democratic Senate seats are in any real danger in 1964 one each in Oklahoma Texas and Tennes see On the House level alt but 14 of the Souths 119 House seats are currently in Democratic handsi the Goldwater blitz could lead to Republican gains in Alabama Georgia North Carolina and Tennessee But the total number of GOP House i gains would probably not ex ceed half a dozen with three or four of the regions currently Republican seats in equal jeop ardy Even if Goldwater runs an un expectedly strong Southern race it is unlikely that the ren sultant GOP congressional gains could offset the losses the Gold water candidacy is likely to in flict on thepartys Senate and House ranks in other parts of the country On the governorship level Re publicans have a chance to pick up seats in Arkansas and North Carolina in 1964 Reports South indi cate numerous factors aiding the Goldwater sweep rights respect for Goldwaters forthrightness basic ecohonv ic conservatism The strongest factor in virtually every area of every state however was the racial issue Goldwaters vote against the 1964 Civil Rights Act and his willingness to leave ra cial matters to the states ap peared to be the crucial factor in his Southern support In fact a potentially historic shift in party allegiances ap pears to be taking place across Dixie Edition VOL 1M MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 9 1944 UUe i Paper CnuUU of Two Assoclited Prcu FuU No 20S Reds perils N Hultman plan to up state school aid million Vs PhatojaSc VOTE FOR 1984 President Johnson a shakes hands with her parents in a pressing against ricades and strairiirig touch him after his Indianapolis speech Would be yearly total DBS MOINES An in crease of about million an nually in state aid to schools was proposed Friday by Atty Gen Evan Hultman Republi can nominee for governor The program outlined by Hult man calls for a boos1 of about million in aid to school districts and a hike of about million in appropriations for vocational and technical ed ucation His proposed million in crease would bring the total for state school aid to about million a year he said The million in new funds for voca tional and technical schools compares to in the cur rent legislative appropriation He said the school aid creases and his proposed cut o up to million in some taxes could be paid for by resulting from Iowas ufg growth He said a detailed study of the states financial structure ha shown about million woult be available in each of the nex two years over present revenu without any tax increase revenue increas dys motives in handling In general the strongest GoldCuban missile crisis Says EN ROUTE WITH JOHNSONIGoldwatcr clearly are divided AP President Johnson And the President used this rapped Barry Goldwater Fridayjssue to emphasize a broader for questioning John F Kenncj campaign argument that he water sentiment comes from the most conservative pro segregationist areas t ho s e vhich have been most unswerv ing in their Democratic allegi ances for decades Thus the stales of Mississippi and Ala bama plus rural areas in a number of states Northern Louisiana Northern Florida Southern Georgia Western Ten nessee Western Kentucky Tide water Virginia and Coasta North all moving toward Goldwater By contrast the Southern and Tennessee also took issue with his Republican rival on the question of dealing with thc loj I believe this is a time to cally important Tennessee Val ey Authority the would build on the present in search ofa better futurewhere Johnson invading Kentucky as His view his opposition wants to repeal the present and veto the hclude steam generating plants and the fertilizer program Goldwater campaigning in Tennessee on Sept 16 told a Knoxville crowd his TVA pro build up And that is The President tacked a not or on TVA part of which Goldwater has talked of issue of this son said campaign John The issue is whether the American people want to contin areas which have shown the most tendency to elect local Re publican officeholders in pas years are veering sharply awaj from Goldwater and towarc Johnson This trend exists most clear ly in the Appalachian mountain areas of Kentucky Tennessee North Carolina and Georgia which have harbored pockets of Republican strength ever since the Civil War But it is also apparent in cities like Lou isville Charlotte and St Peters burg where GOP strength has been rising in recent years Segregationist appeals appar ently carry less weight in the traditionally Republican areas In addition some of these are thc very areas where programs like TVA and Appalachian aid arc the most popular Goldwa ters stand on legislative appor tionment is less than popular in growing Southern cities In general observers believe the Goldwalcr tide reached its highest level in midsummer and is currently receding TOPLESS PLOT HONG KONG Jfi Chinese Communists have warned the youth of Socialist countries to beware of a new imperialis plot the topless bathing suit North Iowa Weather outlook Clear and somewhat warm er Friday night around 30 Mostly fair and warmer Saturday with southerly winds highs in upper Weather en Page J I selling In this third day of this day circuit through 11 states Johnson got an early start by making a halfhour speech at a breakfast meeting of Democrat ic campaign chairmen in Lou isville Ky The President said he was very sorry and very sad Hultman seid vocational program would not only meet the needs of Iowas young people who do not got to college but would help attract industry and would strengthen the states economy He said that increased voca tional and technical educational appropriations also would make Iowa eligible for more federal funds His direct aid to schools pro gram would provide million proa year which Hultman said counterparts in national t grams He said that would should be distributed on a portionate sharing p r o g r a m worked out by an educationa committee The program viuwu j fA 11 4 11 1 I posal was within the a schools would would provide receive of his free enterprise philosophy and I stand by it But he also said the authority is a creature of Congress and thus is not subject to the wishes of a president without action by the House and Senate some state aid with the richer districts receiving at least 10 per cent of their needs and the poorer districts up to 70 per cent Hultman conceded that the YOUNGEST FAN Presidential candidate Barry Goldwater holds Melani Guinh one of the younger Goldwater Girlswho were on hand to meet him at El Paso Barry says LBJ afraid to stand up to the Reds action sought Try to jerk voting rights of delinquents UNITED NATIONS NY ie Soviet Union accused the S Friday of attempting to eslroy the UN by insisting up n a showdown over Soviet re usal to pay for UN peace ceeping assessments Soviet Delegate Nikolai T Iedorenko raised the issue at n otherwise routine meeting on ic application of Malawi for mer Britishruled Nyasalaad or UN membership He is up to the UN 6 solve any problems confront ng it including who should be members and also the ques tion of whether the organization should exist or riot 1 He described as a mockery of the principles of the UN Charter a US rnejnqrandum on the issue of paying peace keeping assessments presented Thursday Fedorenko added he could not fail to censure the attempt of the United States to destroy our organization The presentation of the US proposal prompted a suggestion by somediplomats that theas sembly postpone its scheduled Nbv 10 opening U S Delegate Charles W Yost accused Fedorejiko of in troducing a discordant note at the council meeting He said the U S views are fully setforth in the U S mem orandum to which the Soviet representative has invited your join him in doing o LOS ANGELES Bar ry Goldwater came back Friday to the state where he nailed down the Republican nomination to accuse President Johnson of ue to build our nation on those six policies and principles that have for generations to new much dened to hear recent charges that the Cuban missile crisis was manufactured by Kennedy for political purposes now when hes not here and can1 answer for himself I am not going to sell TVA said Johnson No matter how they offer no matter proportionate sharing formulaplaying a dangerous game of is based on an appropriation ofcoexistence with Russia heights of wheth er they want to tear down all we tiave worked to achieve Goldwater said last Oct 28 TVA should be sold because it would be better operated and would be of more benefit to the people if it were a part of pri vate industry On Nov 14 Goldwater said he meant should the federal dispose of govcrnmenl how much they want for it no matter what names they call it Ill never sell the TVA He went on In the first place it doesnt belong to me it belongs to the people of the upper South It belongs to the there will always be risk he said But I submit that the greater risk in the face of Communist aggression isto do nothing still worse to worst of all to seek new and illusory The GOP presidential candi CMmmodationsjyith datc sought to stir his Califor jnia precinct followers into the million a year but he said thisis not now within reach He said million would be adequate to put the formula into kind of action that gave him a operation and works before volved find out if we get too in The formula worked out by the educational com mittee people of America Johnson said that the same voice that urges us to sell TVA would determine a school dis HULTMAN also says we should withdraw from education eliminate present form Goldwater has made such Coldwater called for assign charge but Johnson did not name his opponent in commentfederal agencies of all those ing on the subject Instead he TVA functions which have coun said tcrparts in national programs TVA in farm programs reduce our protection against harmful foods and drugs and change This is sufficient indictment of the author of that statement to let everyone know who they ought to vote for president Johnson in this part of the country is emphasizing the TVA issue on which he would include soil conservation flood control and navigation marketing of hydroelectric power He said the government should terminate or dispose of those TVA activities not having Sharp cut in 64 Iowa corn WASHINGTON AP T h bushels and of Agriculture Department at 1285962000 bushels 97 million bushels off the corn this was a decrease o mated 1964 Iowa corn crop per cent from a monthage for wheat a decrease of Ics The department on the 1 per cent of Oct 1 conditions national corn figure com the crop at 743736000 with 3640267000 bushel A month ago corn production last month 4081791 the state was estimated at last year and 3R70213OOi 522000 the 5ycar 195862 average The estimated yield per national new wheat esl i was also reduced from 77 compares with the Scp els last month to 76 fprceastof 12899S2OOC The Agriculture years crop o 113764100 estimated the nations 1964 1252847000 or the five duction of corn for grain al average ment to other appropriate Social Security in a way that would wreck it Saying I come to offer you a different choice the President I ave this recital of his goals ffer you the same responsible of hyjgovevnment which cut taxes anc cutthefederal budget the same responsible governmen that believes every child has the Continued on Page 2 victory in the June 2 presiden tial primary He lashed out at the Democratic President as a man who was afraid to take the risk of standing up to the Com munists In defense of if ever the boundaries of the free world arc to be to an education the armed gang Friday Kidnap in Venezuela CARACAS Venezuela WVAn Choatc unarmed was parked nist that has never retreated n inch from a resolute purpose hat contemplates the destruc ion of our world On all three scores the pres cnt administration is playing i dangerous game filled with risks for American security am or the hopes offree men ev crywhere for a just peace Goldwaters attack on John sons international policies made in a speech prepared fo the World Affairs Council seemed designed to give hi conservative California backer the kind of political tune the like to hear Goldwater is pinning most c his hopes of winning vital Cal fornia with its 40 elcctora votes on a get out the vote drive by his supporters i sprawling Los Angeles County Denison Kitchel his campaig director credited Goldwater same responsible govcrnmcntlUS Air Force Lt Col Michael that is determined to end povSmolcn deputy chief of the US crty all over our same mission to the Venezuelan Air responsible government that Force as he stepped from his will work to extend our abunhome dance to all who are willing to officials felt he kidnaping work for it thc same responwas the work of hc sible government that will meet the new problems of America a growing Inside The Globe kidnaped al lne curlj wth a Venezuelan chauffeur He said I saw these two men through the rear win dow but there was no time for me or my chauffeur to do any thing Smolens abduction was al victory over New York Go Nelson A Rockefeller in th It is their belief that a any people who are goingto ote for the Republican npm mee just arent saying so at this roint They contend private polls low the number of voters who lass themselves as undecided s increasing rather than de reasing as the election nears Partof the Republican strat gy is to play up the ariously estimated at from o Johnson has ccumulated iri office The second stepis to suggest hat Johnson is covering up scandal within the administra ion Goldwater mentions the Bobby Baker and Billie Sol Es tes cases at almost every op portunity Fedorenko retorted that Yost was trying to whitewash in some way his ac ion which took the form of the memorandum After the exchange the coun cil voted unanimously to rec ommend to the General As sembly that it admit Malawi as the organizations 113th mem ber The council then adjourned without further debater US Ambassador Adlai E Stevenson gave notice to s Secre taryGeneral U ThantThuisday that when the assembly opens Noy 10 the United States wiU demand that the Soviet Union andu nine other delinquent na tions pay up or lose their votes in the assembly The Soviet Union has hinted it will quit the United Nationsil it loses its vote The armouncementhol Steven sons memorandum to fhant generated talk of rpostponing the showdown in hopes that tha PAYMENTS Continued en Page 2 41 June primary largely to the c forts of hardcore supporters in rolling up an impressive Angeles County vote Mason City Community Chest receipts continued to climb Fri clay reaching Los ccnt of the goal set of the seven Red Thats the way we won the cather Agencies terrorist organization FALN Nov 27 of Col A K ChcnauH deputy chief of Uw Armed Forces of the National i primary and thats thc way we iare going to carry California James ncxl month Kitchet said U S Army mission to Venel Goldwater himself Liberation which has given ml7Ucla In chcnaults case howbelieves that he is changing the dication of a new offensive lhe kidnapcrs almosl of some voters by his against President Raul Leom smcciiatcly notificd thc y s Em1 campaigning Neither he nor administration and a g a i n s t bassy he was in thc Kitchcl accepts at face value North American interest in as czucla x Hours later there was no words to the movc to ca attenihc causcThcV from Smolens abductors and no Chenault would be released un Editortils 4 indication of the American ofharmed Clear Lake news Sficers fate polls which show Johnson in almost every s country Mason City news 47 Latest markets 7 Society news t Sports Television news 111J Comics U Transit timetable Classified pages Heilh Iowa newt 4 141S U Chenault 44 of Sherman ADLAI WOUNDED NEW YORK UP Adlai Two gunmen surprised the vetTex was preparing to enter Stevenson US ambassador to erau American pilot as he left nis car thal morning when fourjthe United Nations is wearing home to ride to work with Coll a bandage on his right hand He Henry Choalc mission chief Jc ovcrpowsays hc was W0undcd in a bat They forced Smolen into a stacrecl nls chauffeur took him t0 tion wagon other men away Continued 2 waiting with inside and three sped KIDNAP Continued peace I receivcc my wounds in attempting t stop a dog fight laid Steven son Mason Cityans already have kdgcd or given more than 413 jcr cent as the drive rolls along ochairman Jack Knapp pointed ut till but are much to be of the turned returns n Community wide drive he indl cated f P r i r I Another rjle of optimism was struck astne first returnsfrpmj residential block workers were corning i in for first three block workers in had a total of to report It was pointed outFriday that those who for any reason havr not been J contacted may mail and contributions to the Mason City abulated Community Chest 9A East The volunteer wo r ker sjstate A number of mailed con hroughout the city are being ribuiions already are being re asked to bring in returns so that abulations can more nearly re flect the state of the campaign so far Knapp expressed optimism as to the success of the drive which will finance the pro grams of thp Salvation Army YM and YWCAs Boy andGirl Scouts Family Service and Pub lie Health Nurses The example set by the school division and by early quota achievement of some busines employes a good start for the 5T7f   

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