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THURSDAY, OCTOBERj 29, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LBJ, Goldwater Continue Struggle

Johnson Stumps
In Los Angeles,
Cities Prosperity
LOS ANGELES (P)-Downtown
throngs estimated by police at
150,000 gave President Lyndon B.
Johnson, a tumultuous welcome
yesterday as he rode through
cascading confetti and spoke in
front of the city hall.
The Chief Executive arrived by
plane to carry his campaign into
southern California, an area in
which his Republicani opponent,
Sen. Barry Goldwater, is believed
to have his greatest strength in
the state.
Johnson. seeking California's 40
electoral votes, will be followed
into the area by GOP Vice-
Presidential nominee William E.
Miller today, by Goldwater tomor-
row and Democratic Vice-Presi-
dential nominee Hubert H. Hum-
phrey on Saturday.
Responsible
He stressed heavily his cam-
paign theme of peace, prosperity,
progress and the ending of dis-
crimination.
"Our prosperity didn't just hap-
pen," he said. "It resulted from
the basic economic policies of this
administration-and from full co-
operation among state and local
and national government and co-
operation between business and
labor.
"Nevertheless," he said. "I'm not
satisfied when men are unemplog-
ed and children are underfed in
the heart of Los Angeles or any-
where else in the United States.
And we're going to do something
abdut it . . we are putting into
action right now a program to
wipe out poverty in this nation.''
Johnson said economic and so-
cial progress are only a part of
the President's job and that far
above them is the President's re-
sponsibility to keep the peace.
"We cannot make foreign policy,
we cannot keep the peace, by bluff
and bluster, by threats and ul-
timatums," the President said.
"This can be done only with a
strong defense and with reason,
responsibility, negotiation."
Arizona Split
On Candidates
PHOENIX W-President Lyn-
don B. Johnson and Republican
nominee Barry Goldwater are run-
ning virtually neck and neck in
Goldwater's home state of Arizona
according to the Arizona poll.
A statewide preferential survey
made by the Arizona Poll for the
Phoenix Gazette gave Johnson 46
per cent, Goldwater 45 and said
9 per cent were undecided.

GOP Hopeful Attacks Democrats
For Not Repudiating 'Communists'
BELLEVILLE, Ill. (M)-Sen. Barry Goldwater declared yesterday
that he has been "attacked by extremists for not outlawing extrem-
ism," and demanded that Democrats repudiate Communist support.
"Now I'm not accusing any Democrat of being a Communist,"
the Republican Presidential nominee said. "But I am getting a little
sick and tired of their not denouncing this Communist group, not
denouncing their backing.
"I haven't heard a Democrat candidate yet say that he doesn't
want the Communist party working for him," Goldwater said. "I
don't want any Communist working for me or voting for me in

World News
Roundup
By The Associated Press
CAIRO - Fresh demonstrations
were reported yesterday in Sudan,
where student riots prompted
President Ibrahim Abboud to
pledge an end to six years of
military rule last Monday.

ROMNEY, STA EBLE R:
State Hopefuls Trade Charges

By The Associated Press
Gov. George Romney and two
Democratic adversaries, guberna-
torial candidate Neil Staebler and
United Auto Workers President
Walter Reuther, exchanged blasts
Tuesday as their campaigns mov-
ed into the final stages.

could do . . . we
far."

wouldn't get very

Influence
Reuther agreed with questioners
that the UAW exerts influence
on the party, but said there "is
a tremendous difference between.
influence and domination.

SEN. BARRY GOLDWATER
Eye Strike
on Local Rifts
DETROIT (YP)-The United Auto
Workers Union yesterday threat-
ened to strike Nov. 6 at all Ford
Motor Co. plants lacking local
level agreements.
But Ford and the union couldn't
even agree on the number of
agreements needed, with the UAW
listing 18 and Ford 23.
Ford and the UAW reached
agreement Sept. 18 on a national
contract, but several local units
lack the agreements which supple-
ment the national pact.
Ford has 90 bargaining units. A
Ford spokesman listed 23 bargain-
ing units unsettled and said the
union might be listed by locals,
which often bargain for more than
one unit.
The Ford strike threat came as
General Motors Corp. struggled to
return to full production.
The UAW called off a 31-day
nationwide strike againist GM
Sunday, but bargaining units
without at-the-plant agreements
stayed off the job ins support of
local demands.
Twenty-five of the 130 bargain-
ing' units in GM's farflung em-
pire lacked local agreements at
last count.
Several are key assembly plants
and one is the hydra-matic divi-
sion at Willow Run which builds
automatic transmissions for all
GM cars.
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this country. If I know of any
Communist that ever thinks of
helping me, I am going to tell him
to get out.
"All I ask of my opponents is
that they do the same thing."
"They (the Democratic can-
didates) call on us every day to
denounce this group and that
group and every other group.
"I am not worried about these
groups, but I am a little bit
worried about the Communist's."
Goldwater's comments came at
Oshkosh, Wis., this afternoon
where he brought most of a crowd
of 1,600 persons in the high school
auditorium to its feet, cheering,
when he brandished a copy of the
Communist Worker and said it
urged voters to "smash Goldwater-
ism" to make easier the path of
socialism.
"And another peculiar thing," he
declared, "is that many times, in'
the press of this country, I read
almost verbatim what has been
written in this Communist sheet
(The Worker)."

Vatican Asks
Council Silence
VATICAN CITY (P)-The Vati-
can Ecumenical Council imposed
full -secrecy yesterday in its dis-
cussion of the more delicate prob-
lems of the modern world-ob-
viously meaning birth control
The Cardinal-moderator of the
day's session in St. Peter's Basil-
ica told the 2,077 prelates present'
that no oral deliberation would be
allowed on certain unspecified
points in the Scheme (document)
on the church in the modern
world.
"Obviously this is directed at
the sections on marriage and
family planning. The idea appears
to be that the Bishops in general
council should not go into clinical
detail on such things as pro-
creation and its prevention."

A communications blackout al- Romney said Staebler's econom- t"itate UAWever asked any
most completely isolated the east ic program would set Michigan political party to do something
African nation from the rest of back more than $100 million a should be told to gto hell," id
the world. year, while Staebler and Reuther Reuther.got ,"said
x :x I fired their most vehement denials "ethr
NEW DEIHI-Polce fired on against Romney's assertion that "The UAW has asked me for no
rioting college students in Bhu- the UAW controls the Michigan commitments," Staebler added.
baneswar in eastern India yester- Democratic party. Answerable
day, wounding one youth. Nine Community Leaders He credited the auto union with
others were injured by police clubs. Their blasts against the Repub- helping "make political parties an-
otherstueintsrdtbyipo i s.lican governor came from Reuth- swer to the public for their ac-
The students, rioting against er's office, where Staebler called tions. You've warned us if we fail-
what was termed restrictive uni- his visit "one of a series of calls ed you'd support someone else."
versity regulations and high fees, on community leaders." "Right," agreed Reuther. He
attacked a 'police station and hurl-
ed a barrage of stones at police- "If we tried to capture the said the most serious problem of
Democratic Party we'd be captur- American politics is to make par-
rne. ies responsible for what they o
Sing ourselves, which would be a isrsnsbefrha they do-.
LONDON-Douglas Jay, presi- futile exercise," Reuther said. "It Reuther added that General
dent of the Board of Trade in would be the most unwise thing we Motors, Chrysler and Ford "have
the new Labor Party government,
left yesterday for Peking to ex-............... ".:..:::::::>,:::::::.<:......::"
plore ways of expanding British!
trade with Communicy China.

much more effective control of
the Republican Party than~ the
UAW does of the Democratic
Party."
Romney
Romney hit the Staebler pro-
gram the first day of his, 35-city
blitz Tuesday.
"We presented his (Staebler's
specific proposal to our budget
people," Romney said in a news
conference. "And they figure his
program would eat up our $57
million surplus and cost us an
additional $100 million in debt,
deficit or 'new taxes."
Romney attacked *another of
Staebler's favorite financial themes
-the beneficial effects of the fed-
eral income tax cut on Michigan's
economy.
The tax cut, which became law
last Feb. 22, had no effect -on the
1963 calendar year, Romney said,
and applied to only a small por-
tion of the fiscal yedr ended last
June 30.

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