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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Romney s legislature is twothirds Democratic DETROIT AP While talk of the 1968 presidential nomina tion and Republican rebuilding flutters around Michigan Gov George Romney faces a homestate challenge that could make or break his national future before he even considers it Romney won overwhelming reelection Tuesday despite a Michigan landslide for Presi dent Johnson and found himself at the fore of GOP survivors Ht also found himself con fronted with a state legislature of nearly twothirds Democrats in each house a jarring shift from the Republican majorities of Romneys first term The silverhaired former American Motors Corp presi dent said the Republican party must broaden and unify At the same time Romney seem ingly must broaden and unify his own administration program even beyond party bounds to have a chance for a successful secondterm record He said he would work on a bipartisan basis and hoped for reciprocity The beaten Demo cratic gubernatorial candidate Neil Staebler talked of coopera tion The governor insisted that he has not considered seeking the 1968 nomination He said a draft was a very presumptuous thing to discuss In regard to national party rebuilding he told a news con ference Wednesday that he cant see that I have any sig nificant individual responsibility nationally I do recognize that with others throughout the nation I can make contributions to broaden and unify the party na tionally Practically speaking Rom ney 57 will have to decide what to do in 1966 before looking be yond He could seek another term as of four years under a new constitution al he might try for Democratic Sen Patrick McNalnaras seat His success with the legisla ture could affect this choice Romney said he is not ready to read Goldwater or any of the senators aides out of the Re publican organization because you dont broaden the party by kicking people out Romney withheld endorsement from Goldwater during the campaign The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER S 1964 HOC Paper Consists of Two Associated Preis Full Wlrej No 231 Favors withholding Fight regime Phololax ooax A PRETTY GOOD COWHAND President Lyndon B Johnson proves hes a pretty good cow hand as he puts his horse Lady B through the paces of rounding up a Hereford yearling on Ws LBJ Ranch near Stonewall Tex Thursday LBJ Hubert bit it off fine in Boll ivia JOHNSON CITY Tex AP President Johnson and Hu bert H Humphrey his vice presidenttobe hit it off in fine fashion as they wound up a Texas hill country huddle Thurs day Lounging around the LBJ Ranch 15 miles west of this hamlet founded by the Presi dents grandfather the nations two top Democrats celebrated Tuesdays landslide victory They looked much like peas in a pod as they hiked around the 400 presidential acres and rode horses in Western garb Humphrey a onetime drug gist looked anything but that as he moseyed around the ranch on a horse which from all appear ances was tame and well be haved The President greeted Hum phrey and wife Muriel with an elaborate Texas barbecue Wednesday Hardly had the Minnesotan landed on the LBJ property when he was clapped nto West ern pants Western jacket Western boots and Western hal and with a mite of encourage ment enticed to climb aboard he horse All this coincided with the Goldwater Want GOP conservative PHOENIX Ariz AP Sen Barry Goldwatcr determined to keep the Republican party on a conservative course heads back to Washington Friday to handle some of the leftover business o the Senate seat he gave up for his losing race against Presi dent Johnson Forthe moment Goldwaters longrange future remained obscure But the beaten Repub lican nominee has served notice he plans to spend a lot of time working to lead and strengthen the GOP In the days ahead Goldwater plans to take care of some Sen ate mail and some other mat ters in Washington then head for a vacation with his wife at an undisclosed spot While more liberal members of the party made plans to re build the GOP in their image Goldwatcr declared I dont think We can build a Republican party on their concepts which my opinion have no differ ence at all with the Democratic concept At a concession news confer ence Wednesday Goldwater said he docs not think the con servative cause has been hurt at despite his landslide loss jarbecue served buffetstyle at biding tables set up in a metal langar painted grass green beside the taxi strip at the John son City municipal airport be ranch runway Afterwards Johnson took Sumphrey in tow for a tour of his birthplace reconstructed on he property and other land marks which he delights in showing to visitors Both were in a holiday mood and obviously enjoying their visit Privately they talked about he future of the vice presidency an office often scorned and ooked ahead to the legislative program the JohnsonHumphrey administration will offer to the nation in January Both men are graduates of the Senate and hope that with this background they can work in tandem to promote the Great Society proposals that will bear the LBJ brand Humphrey was scheduled to fly to Washington late Thurs day The Johnsons plan to spend LA PAZ Bolivia ing continued in La Paz Wednes day night as militia units loyal to deposed President Victor Paz Estenssoro resisted the nations new military regime Seven persons were reported killed and 50 injured as air force planes attacked buildings occu pied by police and strafed mili tiamen on a hill near the capi tal Students and workers also attacked the buildings held by the police Paz 57 who became presi dent when a popular uprising threw out a military junta in 1952 fled with his family and aides to Peru in a Bolivian mili tary plane He told newsmen In Lima his vice president Air Force Gen Gene Barrientos was to blame for the coup He wanted to be president so he rounded up air force and army support and overthrew me Paz said I still have the support of my people Paz said the head of Bolivias new military junta Gen Alfre do Obando Candia is the best of the lot He was not mixed up with the others but Barrientos and charged that the govern ment stuffed the ballot boxes to the 90 per cent vote which Paz claimed Paz also had becrf beset by deepening economic troubles and militant opposition from the lin miners union led by his former vice president leftist Juan Lechin Tin miners and students or ganized antigovernmenl demon strations two weeks ago and at least 17 persons died before Paz military restored control Paz broke diplomatic relations with Communist Czechoslovak ia claiming its embassy in La Paz helped foment the disturb ances Rockefeller Barry is no longer leader MADRID Spain AP Gov Nelson A Rockefeller indicatec Thursday that he considers Sen Barry Goldwaters leadership of Senate brothers swap quips Bobby Teddy Kennedy meet BOSTON AP For two hours the US Senates first brothers team in 161 years swapped quips and digs at a hospital bedside It was the day after election and US Senelect Robert F Kennedy DNY hustled to Jew England Baptist Hospital Wednesday to exchange con ratulations with his younger brother Sen Edward M Ken nedy DMass Bobby emphasized he wa only visiting Boston a jokinj reference to campaign charge he was a carpetbagger in New Ted who scored a lopsided election victory for a sixyear term in the Senate kidded Bob by about his smaller margin in the New York election Their meeting was loud and full of laughs Bobby brought along his wife Ethel and Teds wife Joan completed the quar tet will doubtless try to become the Republican party finished president one way or another Obando is commander of Bolivias armed forces He told the nation the junta will hold power as briefly as possible and will hold new elections Paz served as president until 1956 but the constitution barred his reelection He was elected again in 1960 and changed the constitution to permit his re election last May Opposition parties boycotted the election several ranch more days at their Davenport priest honored by Pope DAVENPORT AP The Most Rev Ralph L Hayes bishop of the Davenport Catho lic Diocese announced Thurs day that Pope Paul VI has be stowed upon the Rev Sebastian G Menke president of St Am brose College the rank of do mestic prelate Father Menke will have the title of right rev erend Monsignor Asked whether Hie defeatcc presidential candidate should continue to lead theparty New Yorks Republican governor said That has been sufficient y answered in the elections He told newsmen it is abso lutely necessary to the Republican in the state He said he had already begun such an effort in New York Rockefeller his wife ar rived from New York Thursday for a weeks vacation in Spain GOP finds solace in governorships WASHINGTON AP About he only solace Republicans could find in Tuesdays election was in the 25 governor ship races There they had a net ain of one Particularly satisfying to the lepublicans was the defeat of wo Democratic governors seck ng reelection Albert Roscllini of Washington and John W Reynolds of Wisconsin Rosellini ran for a third term Reynolds a second In addition the Republicans took over the Massachusetts stnte house when former Gov John A Volpe staged a political comeback o defeat LI Gov Francis X Bcllotli Robot explorer heads for Mars Democrats in turn won in Arizona and Utah where the state houses had been in Repub ican control The 17 governorships won by ic Democrats Tuesday give licm a total of 33 since they had G holdovers The Republicans von eight of the races They ad nine holdovers making heir total 17 The preelection incup was 34 to 16 Since all theiraccs except for Reporters waiting outside the room had trouble distinguishing which brother was talking One newsman explained They both sound so much the same its impossible to tell He added wistfully that both sound just like their older broth er the late President John F Kennedy Ted now holds the Senate post once occupied by his older brother John During talks with newsmen ed said I think I asked Bob y if he was ruthless That was another reference to ne of the charges made against Jobby during the New York lection fight against Republi an Sen Kenneth B Keating Oh no Bobby interjected Hes been getting pretty fresh ince hes been in the hospital He had to have his wife cam aign for him Ted has been hospitalized KENNEDY Fla TA robot explorer named Mar inci 3 rocketed away from earth Thursday on the start of an intended SMimonth interplan etary journey to Mars to take pictures and probe scientific se crets An AUasAgcna D rocket 104 feet tall and weighing 138 tons blazed away from its launching pad al pm The rocket was to propel the complex mechanical marvel across 350 million miles of space for a brief encounter with the Red planet next July 17 If successful the unmanned US spacecraft will sweep with SAME Johnson expected to set De Gaulle parley WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnsons first postelec ion moves in foreign policy may be to send a highlevel Hubert H Humphrey to Europe to alk with French President Charles de Gaulle and other al ied leaders about the split in the North Atlantic Treaty Or ganization In administration quarters there is persistent speculation that Johnson may ask Vice Presidentelect Humphrey to undertake the assignment per haps in company with Under secretary of State George W Ball the State Departments top expert on Allied problems There is also talk that John son may ask Ball alone to carry out such a mission Speculation that Johnson wil send an emissary to Europe increases as it becomes more and more unlikely that the President himself will go there this year During the campaign he spread the word that he might find some occasion to address a NATO meeting in November or December He was represented as being deeply concerned atout splintering Allied unity in Europe Actually the postelection period will bring talks in Wash ngton of considerable impor ance to the alliance Belgian Foreign Minister PaulHenri Spaak is due here next week for consultations with Secretary of State Dean Rusk Spaak a former secretarygeneral of NATO has been one of the Eu ropean leaders most actively interested in trying to find solu tions for NATOs divisive prob Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Society news 5 i 7 Sports Cub 11 City 12 13 Latest markets 12 Transit timetabk U 17 It Classified pages Nortblowa nows Icms and for the severe eco nomic disagreement between France and West Germany within the European Common Market In about a month British Prime Minister Harold Wilson plans to come here for talk with Johnson He is anxious to find some formula for shifting Britains nuclear weapons force to NATO and he would like If modify the US plan for a NATO nuclear navy towarc which the British have been coo for several years The key personality in the discussion which could tea NATO apart is De Gaulle He is threatening to drop ou of the Common Market unlcs West Germany comes to term quickly on a European grair price plan He has also implicc that so far as France is con cerned US success in carryin through the plan for a NATO nuclear navy would split NATO wide open the implicatioi being that France would vir tually withdraw from the a liancc in 8600 miles of Mars and pro vide the first closcup inCorma lion ever obtained aboul th planet Many astronomers be lieve Mars harbors a basic forn of life such as vegetation The National Aeronautics anc Space Administration said Mar iner 3 will not be able to dclec life but is to gather information needed to design lifeseekin capsules which the Unitec States hopes to land on Mars in Because Mars i in a favor able position for a launching from earth only one month on of each 25 and because of the importance of collecting infor malion about the planet fo future shots the space agency scheduled two identical pay loads for firing in the present November favorable period Mariner 4 is being readied on an adjoining launch pad Its Tiring date possibly as early as next week will bo determined after analysis of early results CEDAR RAPIDS AP A from Mariner 3 selfemployed nurse was being Mariner project manager held in the Linn County jail Jack N James of NASAs Jet Nurse pleads guilty to child stealing count Arizona were jy President stales carried Dnson over Sen ince last June when his back vas broken in a plane crash He xpccts to leave the hospital efore Christmas They talked about problems in oth Massachusetts and New York One subject was more work for Navy yards and air ase locations I explained to Ted Bobby aid that I was older 38 and hat in our family we had a radition that the older brother ti Isnt Ted senior to you as a senator a newsman asked I believe that he brought that up Bobby replied The brothers Kennedy when both sit in the Senate will be he first such combination since 1803 Theodore Foster of Rhode Island and Dwight Foster of Massachusetts served in the US Senate from 1800 to 1803 when they resigned MILES DIES NEW HAVEN Conn Egbert J Miles 78 associate professor emeritus in malhema Lies at Yale University died Tuesday Thursday pending sentencing Tuesday on her plea of guilty to a charge of child stealing Mrs Margaret Sueverkrucbbe 66 entered her plea Wednesday before Judge Warren Rccs and bond was set at A pre enlcnce investigation was und T way The womart is charged with aking Barbara Jean Ratcliff from near her parents home Oct 24 and keeping her over night The child was not scientific information from 150 larmcd North Iowa Weather outlook Coaler Thursday night with morning fog and drizito Lows in upper Ms Partly cloudy and a little warmer Friday highs in mid 50s Weather Details on 2 Propulsion Laboratory said there was a better limn 50 per cent chance of obtaining signifi cant data about Mars with the twin shots James said that the 138000 parts in each Mariner would have to function for nine months in space the craft must obey radio commands sent to them from earth stations millions of miles away and must be able to transmit photographs and I million miles in space Barry Goldwater the Rcpubli an victors in the races for governor displayed good tide bucking ability Nowhere was this more clear ly demonstrated than in Michi gan where George Romney who had refused to endorse Gold water easily defeated Rep Neil Staebler former Democratic national commiltceman Utah elected a Democratic governor for the first time in 16 years when Calvin L Hampton Salt Lake City attorney won over Mitchell Mclich former state legislator Victors included Gov John B Connally of Texas close politi cal associate of President John son and losers Richard Klein dicnst who is close to Gold water in Arizona While Goldwalcr carried his home state of Arizona Klcin tlicnst lost to Democrat Sam Goddani Tucson attorney In Arkansas Republican Win throp Rockefeller brother of New York Gov Nelson A Rock efeller gave Gov Orval E Faubus something of a scare In the end pulled through by a substantial margin to win an unprecedented sixth two year term While Volpc in Massachusetts was making his successful comeback another former Re publican governor Cecil H Underwood of West Virginia failed in his Underwood lost to Democrat Hulctt C Smith state commerce commissioner In the Wisconsin race Rey nolds lost to former Lt Gov Warren Knowlcs The other unseated Demo cratic governor Roscllini in Washington lost to Daniel Jack son Evans a state legislator Hughes to push new law Democrats are now in control DES MOINES Is a chance that lowans will be paying their state income taxes through a withholding plan sometime after year when the Democrats will be calling he shots on new legislation Gov Harold Hughes will have o convince fellow party mcm crs to go along with him on hat proposal but he will have plenty of Democrats around That includes about 100 in the 124mcmbcr House and 35 in the Pholofox LEO IS AS CLEAN AS I Sautter of Abington Pa gives his pet fullgrown 300pound lion a bath at his service station and he refutes claims of the towns supervisors that Leo is dirty and smelly and a nuisance Leo is as clean as I am and Im pretty clean said Sautter Thursday after getting orders that he had to dispose of the Hon Residents signed a petition asking the supervisors to order Sautter to dispose of the lion He once took the lion with him in his tow truck background but Leo is getting too big for the front sesA now says Sautter i A 59member Senate solid major ities in each Hughes reviewed the with holding plan to facilitate tax collections and other things he advocated when he commented Wednesday on the high respon sibility he inherited in Tuesdays sweeping election which re duced the Republicans to a small minority role I think one of the first things we have to do is to get rid of that socalled permanent reap portionment plan and then start on another the governor said This referred to his rcappor lionment battle with the 1963 OPcontroUed legislature Aft er adopting the present tempo rary plan in a special session the legislature acted on a pro nosed permanent plan that put one house only on a popul lion basis and preserved rural con trol of the other The Hughes program includ ing fouryear terms Cor gover nor and lieutenant governor a onecent gas lax increase for highway building abolition of the death penalty and other matters will unfold when the Democrats take over in Janu ary It will involve a complcto overhaul of the elective depart ments Why all this happened in the national and state Democratic landslide continued to be a post mortem matter for the Repub licans Iowa GOP Chairman Robert Ray of DCS Moincs said the un precedented siate Democratic victory called for bold and drastic action to revive the Republicans Ray said the failure of Sen Barry Goldwater the party nominee for president to re ceive strong backing was the cause of the GOP defeat but was not particular to Iowa We were caught in a sweep across the country and the Re publicans took real beating Ray said Although he originally op posed the Goldwatcr nomination Ray said we did everything to weld the party behind him But John Burrows of Daven port chairman of lowans for Goldwater Committee blamed the defeat on socalled moder ates in the party Complete unofficial returns in Iowa gave President Johnson 729312 and Goldwater 449281 Gov Hughes ran much strong er over his GOP rival Atty Gen Evan Hultman The com plete unofficial count was Hughes 794972 Hultman 365 004 Hultman said that the gover nor no longer can blame Repub licans for blocking his legisla tive proposals Now hell have to come up with his programs and assume responsibility for them Hult man said Hell have to do more than criticize V t   

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