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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - July 16, 1966, Bakersfield, California Itig Sakers Treft Calt Fermait saturday july 16, t?6$ 5republican gains expected to be on Small scale Washington a despite reports of increasing Republican sentiment around the country the gof does not stand to make major gains in this years governor and Senate elections according to congressional quarterly a Survey of Luj Lotical trends in the 50 states. The Survey suggests that if the elections were being held this month the republicans would gain one or two governorships and one or two seats in the Senate a not a significant reduction of the democrats current 33-17 seat strength among the governors and 67-33 Edge in the Senate. Thirty five of the 30 state governorships will be at stake Iii the nov. 8 elections Republica Start the governor election at somewhat of a disadvantage because All but two of the 17 governorships they now Iii it i will Ive up for election compared to a substantially smaller percentage a 20 out of a Iii a among the governorships now held by democrats. The republicans appear to be in better half it in the seven largest states than they do among tile governorships As a whole. In the 1962 elections they took control of Michigan Ohio and Pennsylvania which previously had it Een under democratic governors and they Are now favored to hold those three states and to add the nations most populated state. California. But they could lose new York which the have held since 1958. And must resign themselves to continued democratic Hegemony in Illinois and Texas. Iii the 35 governorship races of 1966, democrats Are clearly Senate seats up for election in 1966 democratic term expiring eth of Public an term expiring Outlook looks dim Wilson travels to Moscow with Appeal for Viet peace by k c. Thaler London Ipi a prime minister Harold Wilson the to Moscow today with a new Viet Nam peat e bid in the russians have a Allied him in Advance that lie will draw a Blank. A the British Leader wants to enlist russian cooperation in moves to reconvene the Geneva conference which in 1954 it led the Indochina w Ai Kremlin pronouncements in the past few Days however have made it Clear the soviets Are in no mood to initiate any peace offensive at this critical stage of the Viet Nam War. The Wilton trip came entirely on his own initiative. The russians did not prompt it and a they see Little pros vet for an East West approach ment chemical drops help firemen contain Blaze w mid Lake zip a air planes dropped chemical thursday night preventing a grass and Brush fire from spreading up Antelope Valley two Miles East of Woodlake Iii Tulare county. The two hour Blaze burned Over 290 acres of grass and scattered Oak Trees Ite fore 70 men on the ground could contain it. Of undetermined origin the fire started along a county Road and moved so fast trucks had to race it before planes arrived. While the \ let Nam War continues. At the same time. Canada a me m Liero the International control commission Ico for vie Nam was reported Friday to let a conducting a a it each initiative of its own. In quiet. Ite Hind the scenes efforts in Hanoi peking and Moscow. These moves known to have begun earlier this year in Low level soundings were said to lie cab gives two airline services Rule exemptions Washington a two older affecting air service within California were is it used Friday by the civil aeronautics Board. In one. Pacific Southw i airlines would be granted an exemption to permit it to operate i pm Ween i Ai Angeles and san lose without a certificate of Public convenience and Neces it i tile other. Pacific anime would be Given an exemption to provide nonstop service on la California markets. Both orders will become effective aug. To if no objections Are filed by parties to the proceeding the Lioard said the la markets proposed to lie served by Pacific airlines Are los Angeles Sacramento san Francisco Oakland and san Diego Burbank a Sacramento san Francisco. Oakland and san Diego san Diego a Sacramento san Francisco and Oakland. Or you re not now getting Home delivery of the Bakersfield californian Start your subscription tomorrow by filling out the Coupon below and mailing today continuing through various channels independently of current British and other Effort unlike Wilson much publicized v Iet Nam peace bid and Indian Premier Indira Gandhi latent v fit to Moscow. Canada i saying nothing publicly and is per livering in its attempts. Wilson was scheduled to leave London at noon ostensibly to attend tile British Industrial exhibition now of evened in Russia. He i to have a major Fri lick review with soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin and possibly with other Kremlin leaders monday he will return to London tuesday. The russians who have just turned Down a v let Nam Jve Ace initiative from mrs. Chandi have made it Clear they have no intention to help Britain reconvene the Geneva conference. Of which they Are the co chairmen. Russian commentators have in effect accused Wilson of making the peace bid for Domestic considerations to a Itea Ehi own left Wing which wants to dissociate Britain from is \ let Nam action altogether. Virginia s Howard Smith is Defeated Richmond. A up a voters in v Irginia a 8th District handed rep. Howard w Smith his first defeat in go years of Public life Iii tuesdays democratic primary by S.C. a margin that a recount appears unlikely. Complete results of a vote canvass thursday showed Smith. 83. Ilean of the v Irginia congressional delegation and chairman of the House rules committee lost by 645 votes of some 53.000 cast to George c. Rawlings jr., 44. An attorney and avowed Liberal. The canvass added 281 votes to the 364-vote margin by which Rawlings led Smith in unofficial election night returns. The canvass still must lie certified by the states Board of elections. In he Lead in 14 while republicans Are favored to some extent in 12 races. That leaves nine doubtful seats in which neither party currently has a definite advantage. If those nine doubtful seats split 5-4 for the gop the republicans would Register a net gain of two governorships in 1966 tile doubtful governorships Are a Arizona where gov. Samuel p. Goddard. D. Face a Tough re election Battle. A Arkansas where gov. Or Val e. Faubus a is stepping Down and the democrats Are engaged in a seven Way primary race for the privilege of facing Winthrop Rockefeller. A brother of new York gov. Nel it on a Rockefeller. A in the tall a Florida where gov. Hayden Burns. D. Was upset in Tho primary by Miami mayor Robert King High Burns has refused to endorse High in the general election enhancing the a i r e a d v Strong Republican chances of taking Over the governorship with candidate Claude r. Kirk or. R. An especially v leprous campaigner. Georgia where i s rep. Howard la Callaway. R. Has at least a 50-50 Chance of defeating whichever Democrat emerges from a split Field in the september primaries. Idaho where gov Robert f sgt lie. R. I seeking an unprecedented fourth four Vear term. Maine where the chairman of the National governors Conte euro. Gov John h Reed. R. May lie hard pressed to Over Rome democratic opposition in nov Ember Minnesota where a deeply no democratic Farmer Bailor convention endorsed it. Gov a m Sandy Keith Over the incumbent gov. Karl f Rolvaag. D. The Republican candidate i South St Paul at Wornex Harold i eve Ander. Nebraska where popular in Rumbert gov. Frank b. Morrison 14. Is stepping Down to run tor the Senate leaving a hotly cont est ii race Between two attractive Young candidate. Banker Norbert t tie Mann. R. And it. Gov Philip c Sorensen Brother of former presidential aide Theodore Soren in new York where gov. Al on Rockefeller a Public standing a till to rebound completely from i political setbacks of the last few year Rockefeller. However May la Benefit from the fact that democrats May not be Able to agree on a candidate until their september conv Cut Ion. Favourites to win re election on the democratic Ide Are goes. John b. Connally Texas Philip la Boff it. William a Egan Alaska. John n Dempsey Conn. John a Burns Hawaii Harold e Hughes it Iowa b Grant Sawyer Nev John w King n in and Rollert f Mcnair so democrats Are also favored to hold a Bam a. Maryland. New Mexico and Tennessee where their inc clients Are stepping Down and the Oklahoma governorship which is currently tinder Republican control. Mong Republican governors eight Are currently favored to win again this year goes. George w Romney Mich. James \ Rhodes Ohio John a. Love Colo. William h. Avery ran. John a. V Olive mass. John h. Chafee r i. In it Boe s Dand Warren p. Knowles wis. Republicans Are also expected to hold Oregon. Pennsylvania and Wyoming. Where their incumbents Are retiring and to gain California where actor Ronald Reagan r. Currently leads incumbent dentin rat Edmund g. Brown. In races for a third of the seats in the . Senate. Republicans Start at a numerical disadvantage As they do in the governorship Arena. The democrats will be obliged to defend Only 20 of their 67 seats while almost half the current gop seats. 15 of 33, will be at stake. The current Outlook shows democrats leading in 15 and republicans in 13 of the 35 races. This leaves seven doubtful Senate contests of the Republicano were to win four of those seven races they would increase their total Senate membership by two to a total of 35. Even of the republicans took All nine doubtful seats they would still have Only 40 seats compared to the democrats a. Thus i or Basic Liberal democratic majority in the Senate. First established in the elections of 19.58 and reconfirmed in the 1964 elections does not appear Likely to change. The doubtful Senate seats a Alabama where sen. John j Sparkman. D. Ran a impressively against unknown opponents in the primary. His november opponent will lie an Augress e campaigner former gds spit chairman John Grenier Illinois where age May work against 74-year-old sen Paul la Douglas Opposed by Charlesll Percy r. Who is 46. Michigan where interim sen. Robert p. Griffin r. Is currently Given an even Chance to defeat the Leader in the democratic primary former gov g. Mennen Williams In the fall. A Montana where sen Lee Metcalf. D. Will be hard pressed in a race with incumbent gov Tun m ban Ock. R. Nebraska Vav Here sen. Carl a i gurus. R. Faces the toughest opt i it Ion of his career in popular gov. Frank r Morrison. I. New Hampshire where sen Thomas j Mcintyre. Must Eek re election in traditionally Republican territory. A Texas where the first Republican senator of the Century. John g Tower. R. Is engaged in a difficult race with state attorney general a Waggon Ner Carr. D. Democratic senator clearly favored to hold their seats in the 1966 elections Are e i. Bartlett. Alaska. John l. Mcclellan. Re. Hil Liard b rus sell. G. Mien i Ellender. La. Walter f Mondale Minn. Clinton p Anderson no. B Everett ionian Sci. Fred r Harris okla. Cla Ilione Pell r i. Jennings Randolph w. A and lamp o. Eastland i Quot democratic soil Ross Bass term it. Harry flood Bvrd or. A i and a Willis Robertson a Are engaged in Tough Pri Mary fights but the democratic party is favored to continue control of their seats in any Case. Interim sen. Donald s. Russell d-s.c., was Defeated Iii his states primary but former gov. Ernest f. Rollings Is expected to take that seat in the general election. On the Republican Side the Edge is currently Given to incumbent Sens. John Sherman Cooper by. Margaret Chase Smith Mai Eclifford p. Case n Strum Thurmond e. Mundt . Gordon Allott Colo. J Caleb Boggs de leu b. Jordan Idaho and Jack Miller Iowa. Republican sen. James b. Pearson faces a serious primary Challenge from rep. Robert f. Ellsworth in Kansas but the Winner of the gop primary is a Clear general election favorite. Retiring sen. Milveard l. Simpson r-wyo., will probably tie succeeded by gov. Gifford p. Hansen r. In Massachusetts Republican attorney general Edward w. Brooke is favored to take the seat of retiring sen. Leverett Saltonstall r. And in Oregon where demo Cartic sen. Maurine b. Neu Berger is retiring gov. Mark Hatfield r. Maintains an Edge Over rep. Robert b. Duncan d., in the race to succeed her 9wj, congressional quarterly inc governorships up for election in 1966 democratic terms expire �?1 Republican terms expire Trade balance expected to decrease Washington up the i s. Trade balance so vital to tile country balance of payment i Likely to shrink by about is billion this veal. The Commerce department Aid thu Day. To department get tim ate unheated that Hie surplus tit Export wet import might tall to �?�s1 i billion in 1966, compared with s5.2 billion in 19ti5 Arni a record St billion in 1961 during the first five month of this year. The Trade surplus Blank to an annual rate of a i Khz t s4 billion a smaller Trade surplus pol trouble for Effort to eliminate the nations bal Anee of payments deficit which Wasi billion last Vear. Pine Canyon Rancho California s Best Laud buy Quot 2v2 acre Rancho in Kern county As Little As $50 Deposit with monthly payments to suit you. Pine Canyon Rancho estates offer you breathtaking views Beautiful weather abundant recreation. Horseback Riding Hunting hiking. Fishing and boating at nearby Lake Isabella. Or just relax away from traffic and out in Clear healthful air. Build Here vacation Here or hold your property As an investment. Pine Canyon Rancho in the Green Tehachapi mountains Are a Choice piece of California. 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