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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1964, Mason City, Iowa Barry is behind in Midwest Pin hopes on local races RICHARD DOUGHERTY httrald Tribum WASHINGTON How do things look for Sen Btrry Gold water in the socalled Repub lican Heartland of Ohio Indi ana Illinois and Iowa In the judgment of most of the GOP Presidential nominees own party leaden there no good Hes still got a lot of prob lems says an Ohio profes sional Lefs face it Barrys way behind was the observation of an Illinois leader who is putting all his bets on the gubernato rial effort of Charles H Percy and hoping the popular Percy can avoid being crushed under what now looks like a landslide for President Johnson Variations of these opinions were echoed by almost every Republican practitioner this re porter talked to in the midwest The two larger ones Ohio and each with 26 electoral among those heavily populated states which Goldwa ter has said he must win if he is to stand a chance of victory NOV 3 Indiana which has net Democratic in a Presidential election since 1936 is slightly lower on the scale of importance for Goldwater strate gists The gloom among GOP of ficials is not so t deep in In diana as it is in Iowa Ohio and Illinois but it is discernible Thus Goldwater is in the final month of his campaign for the presidency with little assurance that Ohio which in 1960 gave former Vice President Richard Nixon a plurality of 273363 or Illinois which went to Presi dent Kennedy by only 8858 will not both wind up solidly in the Democratic column And his hopes to keep the more traditionally loyal Iowa and Indiana within the Party fold must be counted as slim However veteran Party men contend that in all four states there remains a relatively high percentage of undecided voters This in the words of an Ohio official means that if people are hesitant about Barry they also are uneasy about Johnson If we just got a break of some sort things could tip back Another factor which could bring about an improvement in the Goldwater fortunes is the strong campaigns which are be ing waged by candidates for state offices in the three states In Illinois GOP confidence is high that Percy the vigorous corporation executive who is seeking his first elective office may run up a whopping vote against his Democratic rival Gov Otto Kcrner In Ohio a somewhat restrained optimism envelopes the effort of Rep Robert A Taft jr son of the late Senator to unseal Sen Stephen M Young The magic of the Taft name still prevails in Ohio and the voter response to it on the ballot could enhance Gold waters chances of squeaking by In Iowa Atty Gen Evan Hull man Republican is running an active campaign against Demo cralic Gov Harold Hughes Hughes leads in voler polls but those polls also show Hultman gains and an increase in the number of undecided voters Ike BG not responsible for Senate comments GETTYSBURG Pa AP Former Prcsidcnl Dwight D Eisenhower says his fellow Re publican presidential candidate las itiari it trip is MOSCOW AP The Soviet Unions threeman space ship the worlds first to carry more than one astronaut in orbit landed safely Tuesday after completing 16 trips around the earth iu 24 hours and 17 minutes an official announcement said The program of scientific research designed for 24 hours of flight was accomplished in full said the official announce ment It added that the doctor scientist and engineer aboard the space ship Vockhod Sun rise conducted observations directly in outer space The Soviet news atency Tass said all three men are feeling well The capsule had completed circles of the earth when commander Col Vladimir Komarov was ordered to switch on braking devices Tass reported Tass emphasized that only a 24hour flight had been planned but other indications caused speculation that the trip had ended far short of the originally scheduled time Tass reported from the space flight control post that the space ship descended through dense clouds when it plunged out of orbit Planes and helicopters circled in the land ing area At am Moscow time am CST 10 minutes after landing pilots reported object is visible on the ground well visible and the cosmo nauts three beside it They are walking about walking brisk ly Scientists engineers and cos monauts at the control post embraced and congratulated each other Tass said The announcement the space ships purpose made after it was launched Monday from a cosmodrome 1250 miles southeast of Moscow said it would study medical reactions during a long flight How long was never stated Informed sources had pointed out the highly eliptical orbit of the craft ranging from 110 to 255 miles above the earth as indicating it could not stay up too long The record for a singleman space ship set by LI Col Val ery F Bykovsky of the Soviet Union in June 1963 is five days and 81 orbits Western sources here general ly agreed that the Soviet Union had achieved a giant new step into space The only competitor the Unit ed States hopes lo launch a twoman capsule to begin its Gemini series early next year The US Air Force was or dered last Dec 10 lo beginde veloping a manned orbiting laboratory that apparently would more nearly compare with Voskhod than the smaller Gemini series But thai labora tory is not expcclcd to go iulo 3 ORBIT Continued on 2 YEGOROV FEOKTISTOV KOMAROV Doctor Scientist Cosmonaut The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 13 uue Thli Contltli o Two Associated prexi Full No 711 00 greet Goldwater Hughes would hike state school aid million Pholofax 2 son of Mr and Mrs Frank Hjorleifson of Winnipeg appears more un happy than humiliated as the family cat Jinx samples his food in this picture Pope backs progressives VATICAN CITY AP Paul VI has acted in favor of progressives at Ihe Valican Ecumenical Council in a criti cal slruggle with conservalives an official source said Tuesday The source Dr Gazton Cnizat head of the press office of the LalinAmerican Episco pale Cclam said Ihe Pope had overruled conservative at tempts to water down or block Barry Goldwater could not council action on the Jews rc ligious liberty shared papal episcopal power and modern world problems such as birth control Fifteen prominent cardinals all progressive petilioned Ihe Pope on Sunday lo intervene in be held accountable for every statement he made as a sena tor Eisenhower speaking Monday night to 500 Republicans at a dinner said of Gold walcr For a long time he was a Pushes vocational schooling DES MOINES AP Gov arold Hughes said Tuesday he links Ihe state school aid in rease advocated by Atty Gen Hultman is inadequate The governor lold newsmen e favors increasing school aid iy a minimum of million i year and also gelling started tn construclion of a syslern o vocational technical schoolsfi nancing them by some means other than property tax Hultman a Republican who i rying to unseat Hughes as gov iriior proposed last Friday a 125 million boost in presen stale aid lo school dislricls an increase of about mil ion in approprialions for voca tional and technical education Present state aid to schoo districts tolals belween anc J29 million a year The presen approprialion for vocational am echnical education is only 000 annually Hiighes said school costs i Iowa are climbing an averag of lo milliona year am Ihe million increase ii school aid he favors woul barely cover the increase He added lhal he feels In slale needs to get started wit a program of establishing are vocational schools rather tha trying to handle this type o educalion through exislin school dislricls He said the state could start by establishing four vocationa cenlers and gradually add mor in Ihe fulure Hughes declined lo say ho The progressives complained he proposes lo finance the voc iat IpaHinp rnnprvativp u hat leading conservatives were Seeking to have a draft declaration on the Jews reduced to a single paragraph Trying to transfer the revision of a draft declaration on religious liberty from the largely progressive Christian unity secretarial to a special committee of mostly conserva tive cardinals Moving to change a text on shared papal episcopal power by deleting the word full from a reference that Bishops had such full and su preme iwwcr tional schools but rciteralc that I am not going lo COLLIDE IN driver of this car James Rudolph Marker 35trural Kensett was seri ously injured when the auto he was driving collided heaclon with this Pepsi Cola BottlingCo truck clriv en by Dennis Spi kings 21 North wood The accident occurred at am Tuesday oh Plymouth Road just north of the Rock Falls Road intersection A dense fog reduced visibility to a few feet The high way patrol said Marker passed a southbound car driven by Mrs Mildred Arlene Alitz Plymouth The Marker car was in thenorthbound lane when it hit the truck Marker underwent surgery for several hours at Park Hospital where he is in satisfactory condition The highway patrol said charges against him are pending Episcopal statement hits Barry ST LOUIS Wl More lhan 700 Episcopalians including 10 in Chest drive commend a major lax increase al this time And when I say major I mean an increase in the two major lax and income He said figures on cosls are now being worked out by State Comptroller Marvin Seldcn The governor said he would spell out his proposals in detail with iin the next two weeks Hughes took issue with Hull mans conlcntion that there will be million available in each year of the coming bicnnium for increasing state expenditures The Mason Cily Community Chest total Tuesday morning bishops Tuesday signed al cdnt of the paper accusing the Republican1 citys quota a pcr prcsidcntial candidate and hisjcentage representing running mate of a Iranspargiven or pledged loward a years cnl exploitation of racismjcommunily services by the sev CJ Retj Feathcr agencies The bulk of advance drive contribulions have now been lab ulaled so Ihe rest of the tabula ions will be moslly daybyclay results turned in by rcsidenlial and business volunteer workers They were being urged to make heir reports as soon as possible frcewhecling senator and could what the Cclam press office not be hold accountable for tho gravest crisis since everything he said Today there he counci1 started is nothing flip no impulsiveness about him Attempting lo put any increase in prcsenl dcbale on Ihe much awailcdtaxes or any new levies schema in the Roman Catholic Church in the modern world Queen leaves for homeland OTTAWA Elizabeth IT booed by scparalisls in French speaking Quebec but warmly welcomed by Ollawans ended her eightday visit to Canada Tuesday and left for Britain by jetliner North Iowa Weather outlook Generally fair through Wed nesday except considerable fog likely late Tuesday night early Wednesday Lows Tuesday night Warmer Wednesday 4570 Weather Details on Page 2 Inside The Globe SCHOOL PUSH plans for vocational classes Page 17 PLAN RIDING arena in southeast Mason City Page 20 On all four points Cruz a I by a congressional group lhat said the Pope agreed with Ihethe federal lax cul eventually viewpoint thai would mean million a year in added revenue lo Iowa of He said HuHmans estimate is based in part on an cstimale progressive there should be no dcvialions from Ihe course followed so far by Ihe council and its commis sions One of the 15 cardinals Jo seph Cardinal Frings of Cologne Germany arranged a meeting with Pope Paul lo urge his in tervention which million would come from sales tax growth That million in sales lax is not there yet Hughes said Money from Ihe federal tax cut will have to roll in the economy for a while before it produces that much And you dont budget money you do nol among white citizens The slalemenl was issued here concurrent with the trien nial general convcnlion of the Protestant Episcopal Church It accused Sen Barry Gold water the GOP nominee and the partys vice presidential candidate US Rep William Miller of manipulation of racism among white citizens Goldwater himself is an Episcopalian Miller is a Roman Catholic The statement aid They have sought to frighten itizens by equaling Ihe Negro Iruggic for freedom with crime declarations on the Jews and religious liberty strengthened Editorials 4 wiih he one on Jews specifical North Iowa news Sly absolving Jewish people of Society news gio deicidc God killing in the Sports news Crucifixion Comjci 15 The progressives backed the Latest markets UconccPl of shared papalcpisco wnlcd will be in Ihe Ireasury Mason City news Clear Lake news Transit timetable Classified Farm news 20 felt the mod ern world schema must be fully discussed by the council at this session and approved at anoth session nexl year after re Mjvision during the interim Truck driver lost in wreckage MONTGOMERY Minn AP A truck smashed into Ihe sid of a freight train in heavy fog Tuesday piling up 24 frcigh cars some lo Iwoslory height The unidentified driver his ve hide ground to chunks was los in Ihe mountain of wreckagi lhal blocked Highway 99 A in Ihe slreels same time en and violence vhile at the couraging disrespccl for law and order by Ihcir own ex pressed conlcmpl for Ihe fed eral judiciary especially for the US Supreme Court The socalled statement o conscience on racism in the Exgovernor is indicted in bribery US officer is released in Caracas jug of soil key In Iowa for farm meeting By ROBERT H SPIEGEL GlobeGazette Editor DES MOINES Sen Barry Goldwater was presented with an ear of Iowa corn a jug of Iowa soil a key to the city of Des Moines and the applause ot an estimated 75008000 people who greeted him at the munici pal airport hereMonday after noon t r The big jet carry ing the1 Re publican candidate for president touched down undersunlit skies at 2 pm 15 minutes behind schedule t Looking fit and tanned Gold w at e r raised his arms in friendly greeting to the crowd as Republican officials surged aroundthe plane The jug of Iowa soil labeled Jowa gold in gold letteringi was thrust into his arms It left a big smudge of gold paint on the front of his immaculate blue suit v Sen Bourke Hickcnlooper RIowa scrubbed furiously to remove it Forget it said Goldwater The stuff wontcome off He smiled broadly and mounted a platform togive a fiveminute impromptu speech to the on lookers Hickcnlooper i n t r o duced him as the man in the United States who stands for maintenance of the private en terprise system and mainte BOSTON A special grand jury Tuesday indicted former Democratic Gov Foster Furcolo on a charge of consipiring lo ar range a bribe lo be paid lo the governors council Indicted for conspiracy with Furcolo were three governors councilors and one former conn even though some solicitations may remain It is believed that about a quarter of the residential drive contributions have been report ed and more were coming in Business employe contribution also continued to pour in wit promise of another overthelo drive Added lo Ihe list of employ jroups making Ihcir quola was he Iowa Hardware Mulual In surance Co Like olher employe groups already over Ihe lop every worker Ihere was credited with participation Drive volunteer leaders con tinued their reminder to anyone who may have been missed by solicitors to mail contributions to the Mason City Community Chest 9V4 E Stale The drive is the united ap peal of the Salvation Army Public Health Nurses Family Service Boy and Girl Scouts and YM and YWCAs CARACAS Venezuela AP Jommunist terrorists released US Air Force Lt Col Michael Smolen unharmed Monday night afler two of Ihe fiveman gang lhat abducted him Friday were arrested Smolen blindfolded was put out of a car about 11 pm on a street corner in eastern Cara cas A passing police car spot ted him almost immediately and look him to a police station He arrived at the embassy early Tuesday said he felt fine and reported he had been treated well Interior Minister Gomalo Barrios said the two terrorists seized in a downtown Caracas apartment early Monday were nance of the government in the hands of the people Hickenlooper also said that the Arizonan believes in the sovereignty of the people not the sovereignty of thegovern ment despite the distorlions of Ihe opposition Spanishborn members of the Red underground called the prcsidcnlial campaign was cilor a11 Democrats ssucd here by William A I The three councilors were Stringfcllow a white New York Ernest C Stasiun of Fairhavcn ily allorncy and prominentjRaymond F Sullivan of Spring Episcopal layman who has Held and Joseph R Crimmins been active in church service of Winchester The former projects in Harlem He said that the slalcmcnl was distributed lo 1100 Episco pal clergymen and laymen whom he fell might share my concern aboul the racial crisis So far Stringfellow said 726 had signed the statement and returned it lo him councilor also a Democrat is Michael J Favulli of Worcester The indictment charged the five men with conspiring to ar range a bribe to the governors council lo gain approval of the reappointmenl of Anthony N Di natalc as state commissioner of public works Armed Forces of National Lib eration FALNV Reliable sources said nine other suspected terrorists were picked up later Smolen told newsmen his abductors said they kidnaped im to make propaganda for heir underground war against Venezuelas democratic govern ment lIOOt Goldwater said that he has three basic concerns in the campaign These are progress through freedom under the consitutional processesopposition to central ized government so that one man in Washington cant run lie nation and peace with donor Goldwater said The senator took a couple of jabs at his opponent President Lyndon B Johnson Goldwater sajd he supposed that Johnson is walking around a rosebush at the White House valking around his ranch or talking around ah issue some place else He also referred fa description of the great soci ety Goldwater said that Johnson referred to prosperity justice and peace as ingredients of 4Syearold officer from Chandler Ariz said his abduc ors never mentioned any plan 0 trade him for political prison ers in Venezuela or for a con demned Communist Viet Cong crrorist in South Viet Nam Various anonymous telephone callers had reported such pro posals South Viet Nam police sources reported that i the execution of the terrorist mentioned in con nection with the Smolen abduc tion Nguyen Van Troi 19 still was scheduled for Thursday BARRY Continued on 3 SAM I
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