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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 21, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             T b e n e w s p o p e r that makes all North I o w a n s neighbors fdrLBJ in West Only 2 states in Barry camp By Congressional Quarterly WASHINGTON F r o m the Rocky Mountains to the Pa cific President Johnson is heavily favored over Republi can presidential nominee Barry Goldwater The Democratic trend is so strong that all but one or two of the 13 western states are likely to vote for Johnson In only and Wy oming appear as if they might go Republican and the race is actually close in each The only other western states where Goldwater h a s an outside chance are Idaho and New Mexico California which has 40 of the regions K electoral voles apparently is safe in the Johnson column Despite the favorable trend for the Democrats however lo cal observers reported that the cadres of loyal Goldwater par those who helped Goldwater win his stunning vic tory in the June 2 California presidential ex erting every effort in his be half The final result many suggested might be closer than current polls would indicate The western outlook slate bystate ALASKA The Administra tions prompt response to Alas kas appeals for earthquake disaster aid appears to have so lidified the state for Johnson The sole House seat also should stay Democratic Goldwater is no more than a narrow fa vorite to carry his own state Some polls show him trailing but f a v o r i t eson sentiment might carry him through CALIFORNIA President Johnson appears headed for a landslide victory in California Reports indicate that more than half the Republicans who sup ported New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller against Goldwa tcr in the June 2 California presidential primary may shift to Johnson Democratic defec tions apparently based chiefly on the white backlash issue are apparently minimal These factors plus the heavy Demo cratic registration edge lend credibility to pollsshowing Johnson with 60 per cent of the vote reflect a strong Johnson majority be cause of dissatisfaction of nor mally Republican voters with the GoldwaterMiller ticket show Johnson winning by close to a 31 mar gin in the slate I D A H Johnson leads Goldwater in Idaho al though estimates of his antici pated plurality vary greatly One of the factors in a substan tial GOP defection to Johnson was the abrupt action of Repub lican National Chairman Dean Eurch in eliminating Idaho Na tional Committeeman Harley Markham a moderate from the partys new executive com mittee substituting the new Idaho National Committee woman Mrs Gwen Barnett a zealous Goldwaterite MONTANA Most observers expect President Johnson to carry Montana normally a close battleground between the parties NEVADA Goldwater trails badly in Ihe Presidential race NEW MEXICO Polls show Home Edition VOL IM MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21 1H4 OOe CouiiU at Four AuoeUled Full LcaM WlrM NO m man crash victim pay final tribute to Hoover Photo fax SNOW IN This isone of the that greets foliage viewers on the Mohawk Trail in Florida Mass From two to six inches of snow was reported sections of the north ern Berkshires as snbwplows were called out for one of the earliest snowfalls in years Solemn farewell to exchief NEW YORK AP The nation its proud flag at half staff bowed in mourning for the third time in less than a year Wednesday as it bade solemn sad farewell to its 31st Presi dent Herbert Clark Hoover Thousands of plain citizens and public figures alike joined in paying respects to the former President Among early arrivals at St Bartholomews Church were United Nations Ambassador Ad lai Stevenson New York Sen Jacob K Javits former Post master General James A Far ley and State Department proto col officer Jay Rutherford Many who passed by the flag draped coffin were workers from office buildings in the vi cinity of the church in mid Manhattan At 8 CDT the doors of the church on Park Avenue swung open and public homage to Hoover began His body will lie in state for 48 hours amid the ByzantineRomanesque gran deur of the l2Syearr61d edifice PhotoCax Hultman Hughes clash Iowa Hughes said at Sheldon Wednesday that the election By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowas gubernatorial rivals clashed in statements Tuesday a Republican governor and when Democratic Gov majority in the legislature would result in tolal inertia Hughes said he has heard all lhe armed forces The tribute will be repeated f on Friday and Saturday in Washington in the Capitol rotun da where assassinated Presi dent John F Kennedy was hon ored last November and where in April tribule was paid lo Gen Douglas MacArthur the great warrior who once served as Hoovers Army chief of staff On Sunday Hoover will be buried in his native Iowa in quiet and simple dignity Hoover died at am 1 jo i i J HOMAGE TO pass theflag An honor guard military d raped coffin of former President Herbert Hoover in ices of the nation stands around the bier in the chan StBartholomews Episcopal Church in New Ybrk eel of the church olcl of ncarl 8nvc out Hughes suggested at Osceola that no state attorney general should use his office for politi cal purposes Hughes suggested a constitu tional revision to prevent the at torney general from running for neath the burden of a final ill ness that began Saturday with a massive internal hemorrhage MM r i He passed away peacefully and the old fable being repeated in occUr n Q pnmo this campaign that a Republi can governor should be elected regardless of qualifications be cause he supposedly could work LBJ Must use restraint Barry No Hoover President Johnson far ahead but local observers are wary of predictions reporting a large number of undecided or apath etic voters OREGON Another strong Johnson state Goldwalcrs lack of Oregon appeal revealed when he drew only 176 per cent of the governor saying that the job of better with a Republican domi allorney general is to make legislature gal rulings in the interest of all state residents Hughes opponent for reelec tion is Republican Atty Gen Evan Hultman who issued a reply in a statement while cam paigning at Clarion I am astounded Hultman said that the governor would advocate a closed election which eaves him free to run for of fice but denies others in public office the right to challenge him Claims LBJ disrespect for order PHILADELPHIA j Barry Goldwater began a quick of the Mississippi was a mininglovcrriding foreign policy issue positions takencampaign trip into the Philadel nnnlnnn or1 pnlf rv i 1 n mltjln Ihr rimnvctr 5 c tirVinthnr I hn I laMVM for by Goldwaler Johnson prom1 phia area Wednesday with a sed that after the election to thelate Presiden painlessly in a deep coma Born in obscurity the firs American president from wcstj Johnson said Wednesday the Blistering indictment of Goldwater AKRON Ohio Wi President mcnse power this nation com mands In obvious reference to Gold water he added this great power cannot be put in the hands of those who might use it impulsively or carelessly The worlds hope for peace cannot be left with those who have no faith in the possibility of lasting agreements Wesley man thrown from truck dies WESLEY A Kossuth Coun ty employe was killed Wednes day when the truck he was driv It appears as if the governor isjing smashed broadside into a attempting to build an at an intcrscction three engineer and a selfmade milin the campaign is whether the1 ionairc when he turned to pubUnited States will use our ic service It fell his lot to be in great power with restraint in the White House at the onset of the Great Depression and the electorate turned him out in 1932 after only one term politi cally discredited But with grace and vigor Hoover in private life regained a stepbystep quest for peace Returning to the political wars for a days foray into Ohio Missouri and Illinois Johnson voiced a dictmcnt of the blistering in posed by his rival GOP prcsi the esteem that circumstanceidcntial nominee Barry Goldwa in which he can dictate who can and who cannot run for the office against him miles northwest of here I Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst saidi had cost him At his dcalh he was a revered elder statesman respected even by the bitleresi of his old political foes Hoover m Quaker But it was at St Bartholomews that jlhc funeral held for his wife lhe former Lou Henry Without mentioning Goldwa ter by name Johnson said in a statement that his opponent had placed under attack all of the policies which have brought us cloj3 to peace dent ina time when the world wentinto a depression that he could riot head off Shifting to an attack on the Johnson administration Gold water saidj I get a little sick at my stomach when I see people trying to explain the ris ing crime rates and the grow ing violence in the streets He said that disrespect for law and order trickles down from the top We must have impeccable Dies in onecar mishap George A Maskarina 38 211 4th NW died at pm Tues day following a singlecar acci dent at a Tintersection at the northwest edge of Mason City Dr Joseph E Christopherson county medical examiner said an autopsy showed the cause of death was internal injuries re sulting from the accident The autopsy was performed because Maskarina had a history of heart illness which could have caused death The Cerro Gorde County sher iffs department said Maskarina was driving north on an exten sion to Taft Ave When he cams to the intersection with the ox tension of 25th NW he failed to make the turn The car skidded sideways into the ditch but never overturned The vehicle came on an embank ment A passerby who notified authorities found Maskarina lying just north of the car He said Maskarina was alive when he left the scene to call officers but appeared dead when he re turned Investigators said Maskarina could Have been tossed from the car or hecouldhave walked from the auto before fallin g The car had slight damage to nativV of Mason City hV was born Feb 5 1926 son cf arid rHelen Pippin Maskarina He attended Mason City High School and was a veteran of World War II He was married to Irene An derson Nov 9 1946 in Mason City Mr Maskarina had boon tm ployed by the Mason City police department as maintenance man and for the last 11 years had been maintenance man at St Joseph Mercy Hospital He was a member of the VFW and the Holy Family Catholic Church Survivingare his wife1 four sons James and Paul a daughter Jean home and his mother Helen Maskarina Mason City Four Mary ory he appeared gaining I will confident continue work to find areas of common ntercst with the Soviet Union He said he doesnt know the course of the new Soviet lead ers will follow but if they are willing to seek peace they will find us ready Braves seek Atlanta move of Herbert Hoover as of the to most respected men in America never had a whisper of scandal anywhere about him The comment came in1 a brief speech to several hundred per spns at Philadelphia Interna tional Airport before leaving on leadership to a motorcade Chester to nearby West have the respect at all levels of government he said This was Gpldwalers seconc campaign trip in the Philadel phia area He was scheduled to mee with Gov William Vf Scranton titters Kelley Mrs Richard Mason City Miss Anna Maskarina Minne apolis Mrs R a 1 p h Helen FluggeCresco and Mrs Lester Marjoriel Nelson Forest City also survive He was preceded in death by his father and a brother in infancy Funeral arrangements arein complete Burial will be in St of Elm wood HoganMcKee Goldwater announced on the plane from Washington that he would attend private funeral services Thursday aflernoonfor CHICAGO late President inNew York Telling several hundred per D He postponed until next week Braves board of directors voted dcntial p r i mary apparcnlly conlinucs Johnson en joys a strong lead based on Republican defections and the strictly neutral position of the Mormon Church Goldwatcrs poor showing darkens Republi can hopes strong coastal Democratic presiden tial trend is apparent in Wash ington as well Goldwater is apparcnlly making his best Mountain Slates race in tradi tionally conservative Wyoming Sonic observers give him a slight edge but others feel John son leads Hultmn said Hughes rn for Edward Ricke 44 of WesleyjaUack was thrown from the truck by I the impact and then run over who died 20 years ago of a heart of the Iowa Commerce Commis sion Hullman campaigning in Madison and Warren counties by the vehicle Donald Mains 43 of rural f4Vi arvc 01 car was From 9 am to 3 pm Wcdncs sons at AkronCanton Airport that you can be proud of the kind of leadership this country has produced Johnson ex day and again on Thursday the pressed confidence that the pco it 4 public was invited to pay its respects lo Hoover who al 90 pic will vole Nov 3 lo conlin on lhe path of strength and Were still confused BASSER DIES SYDNEY Australia Sir Adolph Basser 78 Sydney mil lionaire businessman and phil anthropist died Tuesday North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy and cooler Wednesday night and Thurs day Lows Wednesday night in mid 30s Highs Thursday around SO Wether Details on 2 itiauioim auvi n ai Wednesday crilicized Hughesnot seriously injured and the Democraticcontrolled Lindhorst said Mains would State Highway Commission jbe charged with failure to yield He said the commission knewjtnc right of way when it switched paving plans for a part of Intcrslate 80 from concrete to asphalt that asphalt maintenance costs are higher He said maintenance of the 14mile section between Grinncll and Iowa City where lhe swilch to asphalt was made will cost an extra in mainlcnancc over its anticipated life Hultman said the commission is spending millions of road use tax dollars on maintenance that should be used lo built badlyneeded new highways The GOP candidate began Wednesday with a meeting in the yard at the farm home o John McKce near Carlisle Drinking coffee with about dozen farmers he said he working on correcting a shortage of box cars in low and added if I were govcrno I think I could be more effcc live Starling his third day of hclicopiV campaign tour years and two months lived rcstraint which we have fol jlongcr than any President save HOOVER Continued on 2 lowed for the past 20 years Johnson said thai as he sits in his office late at night I am deeply conscious of lhe im Wcdncsday to request permis sion from the National League to transfer their franchise to Atlanta Ga for 1965 At the request of Warren Giles Na tional League president no fur ther information will be re leased until after the league campaign appearances sched uled in Cheyenne Wyo ami Las Vegas Nev and will fly direct from New York to San Francisco Thursday night The Republican presidenlia nominee said Yesterday we lost a remarkable American A man who took all the abuse he Scranton who opposed Gold water for the presidential nomi nation at the Republican Na ional Convention will introduce he Arizonan at a rally Wednes day night in Philadelphia Goldwater also has speeches scheduled at West Chester and Upper Darby and plans a mo torcade through South Philadel phia At pm CST he will speak to the nation via the ABC TV network on recent interna tional developments After the networks and the cderal Communications Corn meeting in New York Thurs day Giles called a could take abuse that wasnt meeting lo acl on lhe mailer I He said lhat Hoover was pres Whos finger on Red Atrigger An AP News Analysis By HENRY S BRAD5HER MOSCOW AP Whos on Moscows end of the hot line now Whose finger is on the nuclear rocket button Until Nikita Khrushchevs unexpected ouster last week the answer to both questions was simple and the same Now its more complicated If President Johnson decides to have a talk on his direct line to the Kremlin he presumably would gel Alcxci N Kosygin As premier Kosygin heads the SovApt government such significant things as the lineup of portraits of Soviet leaders displayed in Moscow show that Leonid I Brezhnev is the lop man now He took over Khrushchevs job as Communist party first secretary In the lasl 40 years of Com munist rule the party secretary has always been lop man he has been premier only 18 of those years The premier the rest of the time has been a tech nician This might not be much of a problem for Johnson since the hot line is a teletype circuit not telephone Talking to two people might on be lhe phone confusing at on but agreed message could be put on the teletype from Moscow The fingeronthebutton ques tion gets more involved due to the vagueness of the Soviet constitution v It does not designate a peace time commander in chief for Soviet military forces as John son is commander in chief of the American military estab lishment Under the Soviet constitution the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet which declares war and concludes peace is presumably the top commander But Presidium has 33 members which is a bit too many Ucgcra for one button Lacking an officially pro claimed commander in chief Premier Kosygin might seem lo be the man But his portrait is second and what No 1 man would want to turn over the decision on massive devastation to his deputy Many nonCommunist observ ers of the Soviet scene have felt the system naturally gravitates toward oneman rule If the trend continues Bre zhnev will follow the example of Stalin and Khrushchev and add the premiership lo the party leadership or some other man will move in and ultimately take both jobs ission turned down GOP de lands for free time to match ie time given President John on Sunday night the Rcpubli ans bought time on ABC Goldwater spoke briefly en oreign policy Tuesday night in n offthecuff speech to Repub can campaign workers in a altimorc hotel He said that with the ouster of soviet Premier Khrushchev the United States faces a lommunist bloc which is likely Joseph section Cemetery The Colonial Chapel is in charge Discontented over ouster of Nikita BERLIN Wl Unrest Is spreading in East European Communist party ranks over the ouster of Nikita Khrushchev and in East Germany party meetings were reported nesday to have been disrupted by unruly demonstrations Communist rarely admit their view anything but A communique issued Wed nesday by the official East Jer man News Agency ADN sug gested that unusualfreedom of expression was given speakers zations are from the floor during a meet ing Tuesday of the Demo cratic bloc an organization of pary work horses trade unions and youth groups Information Bureau West an ju Tinvii 10 Western intelligence o behave more like the belligagency said its East German Red Chinese and the late iit Soviet dictator Josef Stalin Inside The Globe sources reported visible unrest over last Thursdays fall of Khrushchev among the middle and lower ranks of the Commu nist party Society news Editorials V Sports news North news 21 Clear Lake 2213 Latest markers tt Mason City rwws HW Comk CUssi kw sifili   

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