Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 17, 1962 · Page 14
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 14

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Page 14 finrden rily Tctatfrnm Wednesday, Oct. 17,1942 Michigan GOP over Govern^'sRace Bv GENE SCHROEDER LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Republicans, with former j auto industrialist George Romney as their candidate, have high hopes of capturing the governor's office from the Democrats Nov. 6 for the first time in 14 years. Democratic leaders are pushing no panic buttons. They feel confident that Gov. John B. Gwain- son, a legless veteran of World War II with powerful AFL-CIO backing, will be on top when the votes ar e counted. Most neutral observers call it a toss-up. The campaign has developed into one of Michigan's hottest political battles. It involves such issues as leadership, tax reform, and the political activities of unions Democrats say the 55-year-old Romney is seeking the governor's job merely as a stepping-stone to the 1964 GOP presidential nomination. The former American Motors president denies he has his eye on the White House, but Republican leaders say they are proud to have Romney considered through, out the nation as an attractive candidate. In his efforts to maintain the Democratic grip on the executive office, Swainson has had support from some powerful friends. Pres. ident Kennedy already has made one swing through the state and will return once more before election day. Other high-ranking Democrats plugging for the reelection of the 37-year-old governor and Democratic congressmen include Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, former President Harry S. Truman and assorted Cabinet members.' Also helping out is the man Swainson succeeded, G. Mennen Williams, now Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs. Romney, who is getting little outside help, describes the Michigan visits of Democratic big guns as a "federal rescue mission" which proves that Swainson "needs coattails to ride on." Activities of the ultra-conservative John Birch Society in one Detroit-area district have been seized upon by Democrats as an indication that Romney cannot control his own party. The Republican nominee delivered a scathing denunciation of extremist groups at the GOP state convention, drew a standing ovation and says he considers the matter closed. In his speech, Romney called for a state law that would permit political parties to oust any leaders whose real allegiance was to an "anti-American organization." Both candidates have made a strong pitch for the Negro vote, but Romney appears to be ban-- dicapped by the fact that he holds a position in the Mormon Church equivalent to a bishop. Democrats contend that the church will not allow a Negro to hold a high office, and therefore regards Negroes as second-class citizens. Romney denies he holds any such views. Romn e y also has launched a vigorous attack on some labor leaders, contending they have been dictatorial in refusing to permit him to speak to union members so that they can hear both sides and make up their own minds whom to support. Statjp chairmen of both parties agreed in a debate that most voters probably have already made up their minds which candidate they favor. Nine Persons Injured When Trains Collide LONDON (AP)—Nine persons were injured Tnesday when two commuter trains collided in a fog that haltede airport operations and brought shipping to a standstill on the Tha,mese River. Airliners from America flew on to Frankfurt. Others from Africa and the Continent were diverted to Paris. HEALTH CAPSULES hv Michael A. Pelti, M.D. CAN VOU CATCH RHEUMATIC- FEVER FROM SOMEONE WHO HAS IT 1 NO. RHEUMATIC FEVER ITSELF IS NOT CONTAGIOUS. TOMORROW; EPILEPSY. H«lth Cipjul.i »iv»« h«lplul inforaution. , ftUnot inl»nd«d 19 b»el • di*sno»lK n«fu(«. 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