Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 15, 1969 · Page 14
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14 · MeMhWM) AriraMM TMWS, Twt, April IS, 1M* rAVfTTtVUAI. MNUUMM Democrats Worried GOP Has Chance Of Winning Senate Races WASHINGTON (AP) - The legacy of a landslide falls due next year and, ironically, it poses a problem for the Democrats who won it. Democratic senators who won their terms in former President Lyndon B. Johnson's electoral blitz of 1964 must run again in 1970, and the Republican National Committee says the GOP has a chance of winning control of the Senate for the first time in more than two decades. Democratic analysts are frankly worried. Normally, an off-year election produces congressional gains for the party which does not control the White House, but in 1970 the arithmetic and the circumstances could work against tradition. 33 SEATS There are 33 Senate seats at stake, 25 of them now Democratic, only eight Republican. Democrats now control the Senate, 58 to 42. But a gain of eight seats--making the parties election withstood the undertow ven--would put the GOP in!of Sen. Barry Goldwater's los- Structure Of A Molecule command to at least get a minimum program Burton said. Prof. Gerald M. Edelman of Rockefeller University in New- York City is shown with a nnppit-band model of a mole- cule that helps the body hal- lle attacks by germs and viruses. Each band represents a single amino aciu, the building blocks of the protein molecule. (AP Wirephoto) UA-LRU Appropriation Merger Lever Used To Get Approval Of New Taxes L1TTI,E ROCK. Ark. (AP)-lenjoycd Marion Burton. Gov. Winthrop panics. Rockefeller's executive secretary, said Monday that the we . administration used the appropriation for the merger of Little Rock University and the University of Arkansas as a lever to get the legislature to approve J18 million in new tax measures last Friday. The legislature completed action Friday on .". cigarette tax- increase, an increase in the corporate income tax and a bill to remove use tax exemptions by quasi-public com- "We in effect agreed that if e would sign the appropriation for the merger, these three proposals would be passed," Burton said. He said Rep. B. D. "Doug" Brandon and Sen. Max Howell, both of Little Rock, were among those who agreed to push the measures through the General Assembly if Rockefeller signed the merger bill. He also said the administration used the threat of severe through," . "We made it very clear that we were going to have some things to say about the legisla ture if they walked away from here without raising but about $4 million," he said. Burton said the administra tion would continue its effort to gel more tax measures through the legislature, but that he did not think the lawmakers would enact any more bills when they return May 5 from » three- week recess. charge because Vice President Spiro T. Agnew would cast the decisive vote in a tie, *Tequently. an off-year election casts the presidential party in a defensive role. But the Democrats are not sure that will be the case next year. One official at the Democratic National Committe already is advising Sen. Fred R. Harris, the chairman, that the party should brace for a GOP on the offensive. This Democratic strategist maintains the party should map its, campaign plans on the assumption .that ; President Nixon will suceed in settling the two biggest problem. The war in Vietnam and inflation at home ing ticket, while Democrats rode with the presidential tide. Johnson polled 43 million votes, Goldwater 27 million. DECISIVE FACTOR Outside the Deep South, only five Democratic senators elected in 1964 ran ahead of the Johnson ticket. The others, presumably, benefitted from the presidential returns. In four of their victories, Democratic analysis believe, the coattail power of Johnson's massive showing was the deci sive factor. The Senate elections they pul in this category are those ol Sens. Howard Cannon of Ne vada, Joseph M. Montoya of New Mexico. William Proxmire CHARLESTON. S.C. (AP) The USS dark will stage a «· heanal off Charleston Wednesday for recovery of Apollo 10 as- ronauts and their command nodule. The Ozark Is a mine coun- termeasurts support ship based n Charleston: She will be the first ship of her class to participate in the mid South Atlantic as a contingency recovery ship should the astronauts be forced to land in that area rather than in the Pacific landing area. If that is the situation when of Wisconsin and Stephen M campaign time comes, he says, "the Republicans will not only not be on the defensive in 1970 but quite on the contrary will be robustly on the attack." Furthermore, a Democratic analysis of the 1964 returns indicates another problem--Republicans who won seats in that dutlMtt Irklim' Mirciljlltl "»rf itU Young of Ohio. Against Democrats that background, are advising their Senate candidates to make an early start on the 1970 race, not only to build for the November election, but also in hopes ol averting troublesome primary contests. The strategy-makers also counsel concentration on the suburban precincts, where Pres ident Nixon made his best show ing last November. ___ Orphaned Quacker TROY. N.Y. (AP) - "Look, m not trying to be funny or nything," the voice on the tele- hone told Troy Police dispatch. Charles J. Tillotson, "but ore's a duck tied to a pole J"st utside your station." The plainclothesman who ent to the scene found the little uacker attached to a pole out- de the central police station ilh this note: "Please take are of my baby. I can no long- r provide for him. Mrs. Donald uck '* The blue-coated foster parents emanded the duck to the Hudon Mohawk Humane Society. TERMITES! Residential Spraying · Reaches ·Certipedes ·Spiders 442-7298 ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL P. C. 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