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August 27, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 9

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Thursday, August 27, 1964
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THVBSDAY. AUGUST 27. 1964 Humphrey Ablest Liberal Spokesman ."i ' By MAX FREED MAN President Johnson, in select Inf Sens lor Humphrey es his 'running mate, has chosen to s jo into the campaign with the ablest liberal spokesman inHhe party at bis side. ' .. . There la as much difference between Senator Humphrey and William Miller, the Republican vice-prestdemisl candidate as there is between the President ; and Senator Goldwatcr. - The candidates symbolize the choices now before the voters. In the last few weeks there has been a good deal of talk ; that Senator Humphrey should ' not receive the nomination because his leadership in- the struggle to obtain passage-for J tM ctvu Kignts Bui nas maoe him unpopular in the south. ' Whatever truth this criticism may contain, it certainly does ' not reflect the views of most southern senators about Sena tor Humphrey. SEEN AS FAIR They think he was eminently " fair and reasonable during that long legislative contest Besides, they respect him for hi mastery of (he parliamentary arts. He is in fact the one 'liberal leader who can take on his southern colleagues in a struggle involving all the aits and stratagems or pani 'mentary warfare, and emerge from that test with undimlnish ed honor. v Senator Humphrey expects ,Wy few of these southern senators to campaign actively Against the national ticket, or Xo uC their political influence quietly but effectively against JL He believe the great major 'My will remain benevolently initial But be baa not abandoned hope that they will try to swing the south into Hne if the Democrats :are scoring a landslide victory in the north' em states. ' SECOND THOUGHTS? ' For. the south, with iu Unci for political realism, may Jtavt second thought about its flirtation with Senator Com- water If he become an Irretrievable minority . candidate Southern Democrats may not Yelish the wisdom of cutting themselves adrift from their own party when their votes wiH jot help to carry Senator GoMwater to victory anyway. k At all .events.- President Johnson baa decided it is bet-Mr political wisdom to ask the aouth to rise to bis merit than Jt would be if b tried to defer to It -. This frankness will be en- ju MPs' Trip g. Tq Russia r Called Off ' Speaker Alan Macttaughton .Of the Common announced today that a tour of Russia and jCMcboalovakia by Senators tand MP has been jwstporred tindefmitery. - Tb tour, to be headed by .Mr. Macnaughton and Senate Speaker -Maurice Bourget was to bare started Monday. . f' Tb uncertainty of partis-mentary recess make It Impossible for both the Speaker of Km CMa n.f k Simla, nl lhe House of Commons, as well fan tM Aaf ! attalaTa- gallon, to leave Ottawa at this time, the announcement said. NDP Leader Douglas. Social .Credit Leader Thompson and, iOeditlite Lesder Caouette - predated In the south; even when K falls to win vote there, and its appeal to northern vot ers requires no emphasis. For Senator. Humphrey'' whole political career ha Identified him with the cause which en' gage the greatest loyalty of the central mass of the Democratic party. . v.. -' In choosing his running mate, ; President Johnson has decided to use the same freedom as waa exercised by Senator John Kennedy after hit. nanlnrntinn ' in I960 for the presidency. SAME FREEDOM , . "Senator Humphrey was as much his choice as be himself was Mr. Kenned choice. He delayed the public announcement of his decision because he thought it would be improper to reveal his preference until his own nomination had! been ratified by the convention. The delay helped to mark out Senator Humphrey aa the popular choice of the convention but the President was not seeking an endorsation of his choice by an indirect political referendum. He had settled on Senator Humphrey from his conviction that Humphrey was the man best qualified to fill the high office of the vice-presidency. Nothing that happened' at the convention could have swerved him from that conviptidn. Now a- heavy share of the campaigning wilt fait on Senator Humphrey. He is admirably, even ideally, equipped for this task. So let the camnaien be gin, witi a fair field for the ' truth, and, no low blows toler-! ated from anyone. i No Plan To Cut UN Force (By The CP) - Reports that a reduction In the United Nations Force in Cyprus era contemplated are without foun dation. Prime Minister Pearson said Wednesday in the Commons. , v He was replying to Opposition Leader Diefenbaker, who based his question on an Associated Press report from Nicosia that the UN is considering an M-per-cent reduction in the force. -Mr. Pearson said ,, no such suggestion ha . been received from the UN. Rather, the UN was considering an increase to the sis of tb (ore but Canada had received no request to sup ply more troops. The Canadian contingent numbers 1,130. - Asked outside the Commons under what circumstances a re duction might be considered, External Affairs Minister Martin recalled the situation la the Gaza Strip where UN force was placed between Egypt and Israel. The minister said that on year after, that force was set up, peace waa permanently established and all that was re quired was UN "presence." A similar situation could de velop in Cyprus. ' The UN mandate in Cyprus ends Sept. 2. j ' ' COPPER STATES f PHOENIX - Arizona. Utah. New Mexico and Montana are ranked a important copper mining states. . . , ,.( ; Amomcing higher rates on r! f. f ? CANADA; PERMANENT! DEBENTURES, VA GUARANTEED INVESTMENT - K i CERTIFICATES $ '; . CANADA PERMANENT TRUST COMPANY if . ... ; . V. for 4 tfld 5 year terms y 5for2ml 3 yetrterrn5for 1 year term 1 i, . v. n"; r,,.('.'4M!'t. .C.fv".H-X'V',v-. 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