The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 12, 1971 · Page 62
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Hutchinson News Sunday, Sept. 12, 1971 Page 24 (Hutchinson News-UPI Tolephoto) HYBRID CORN — More corn, and less cob. Mrs. Barbara Hightower, Marshall, Mo., holds two ears; the bottom has a small cob and high shelling percentage, and the other ear has a normal size cob. The variety Is V-16, one of the new hybrids developed by the Missouri Farmers Association at their research nursery near Marshall, Mo. The ears at the right are representative of this new single cross hybrid. Baltimore Black Politicians In Power Struggle BALTIMORE (AP) - A schism among black politicians may have cost Baltimore the chance this year of becoming the most populous city in the United States to elect a black mayor. Six Democrats—three of them black—and four white Republicans are campaigning for party nominations Sept. 14 to succeed Thomas D'Alesandro III, the one-term Democrat who is not seeking re-election to govern the nation's seventh largest city. Registered Democrats outnumber Republicans 5 to 1, and the Democratic primary election winner appears assured of being the next mayor of Balti more, whose 1970 census population of 905,759 was about evenly divided along racial lines. Four years ago, politicians were saying that D'Alesandro might be the last white mayor Baltimore elected for at least the near future. Battle Continues This thesis was strengthened last fall when Milton B. Allen an independent and political novice, bested a field of whites to become state's attorney for Baltimore and one of the few elected black prosecutors in the nation. Mountain Accidents on The Increase VIENNA (AP) - Nearly 200 persons died in mountain acci dents in Austria in 1970 and officials fear that, with a continuation of the tourist boom, the death toll may increase further in years to come. While such large-scale tragedies as the death of 10 West German students and three teachers in April 1954 on the Dachstein mountain has remained an isolated case, police reports in summer nearly daily record the death of one or more mountaineers. Blame Inexperience Police often blame inexperience and a lack of proper mountain equipment—many tourists undertake mountain climbs in low shoes for instance—as causes of accidents, but some doctors think the real reason is mistakes of a mental origin. "Humans are trying to take on difficult climbs, which is typical for them. We search for our limit and the limit is getting:; farther and farther away from us," says Dr. Gerhard ; ; Sardjty'/ pt v <3raz University's neurology clinic. The doctor said it had been '' established some types of per. SOJW were more accident-prone /.tp^n /others, but Jthajt/the ten\; j i /'dency ,' of;, se/lf-punishment—or 'even' camouflaged suicide- would very seldom occur in the mountains. Barolin said psycho-analytical conceptions such as "overcompensation" and "inferiority complexes" caused mountain accidente, however. HI, Allen, however, was the only black in that race, and political observers—elected officials editors and campaign aides—do not see a repeat in the 1971 mayoral contest because of the probability of a split black vote. These observers see William Donald Schaefer, the white City Council president, as a fairly comfortable frontrunner over his two major rivals, both black—state Sen. Clarence Mitchell III and city solicitor and former City Judge George L Russell Jr. Given next to no chance in the Democratic voting are Francis J. Vallc, Joseph M Heinle and William E. Roberts who is black. The three major Democratic candidates, Schaefer, Russell, and Mitchell, concede that race is a factor in the primary. But each also says he is pitching his campaign toward the entire city. City politicians surveyed say Mitchell and Russell should cancel each other out in the black precincts, leaving Schaefer only having to worry about a light white turnout or a surprise showing by Valle, or a combination of both. July 31 was the date for candidates to withdraw officially from the primary, and Mitchell and Russell were being urged to the last minute to step aside. Black State's Attorney Neither budged, and their battle is the latest manifesta- ion of a power struggle that has been going on between political factions in the black community for nearly a decade. On one side is the Mitchell family. Clarence's uncle, Parren Mitchell, last year became Maryland's first black congressman; his father is the Washington spokesman for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and his grandmother founded the Maryland branch of the NAACP. Opposing the Mitchells and backing Russell is the growing political faction headed by Stale Sen. Verda Welcome and William "Little Willie" Adams, a millionaire businessman who in the early 1950s admitted to a U.S. Senate committee he once was a numbers banker. The rift between the two rival organizations previously had been felt in district level elections for such offices as City Council and the slate legislature where the races were black-against-black. Russell has received backing from a number of traditional big campaign spenders, and he declines comment on persistent reports that much of his money will be used for a slick television blitz in the final days of the campaign. Mitchell says he is running a "broke campaign," and he is trying to make an Issue of the sources of his opponents' support. Handicapped persons for Instance tried to give a belter performance than able-bodied mountaineers. Young persons on a dare often were driven to dangerous climbs. 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