Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 24
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I 25, 1963 GOP Leaders Combine for Recording TIZZY Four of the top figures in Republican politics — Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Barry Goldwater and Nelson Rockefeller — have made a political record album in which each delivers Ws own message describing the principles of the Republican Party of 1963. The record will be used in fundraising and educational programs of Republican organizations throughout the nation, and will be placed in schools and new citizen groups. The album, entitled "Mr. Lincoln's Party Today — A Declaration of Republican Belief/* was produced by Heritage Records in cooperation with the Republican National Committee. The addresses were recorded for the album, and have never been delivered publicity. Rep. Robert Wilson of California, chairman of the Republican Congressional Committee, said tlie American public has read and heard so much about "splits and disagreements" within political parties that the principles and basic beliefs shared by men of the same party are often overlooked or forgotten entirely. "Ten months were devoted to creating 'Mr. Lincoln's Party Today' to help remedy this situation on the Republican side/' Wilson said. Discuss Current Issues The four messages describe the Republican view on many current issues such as civil rights, limited government, national defense and taxation. Film star Ronald Reagan participated in the production as master of ceremonies. Former President Eisenhower, in his address, stressed the preeminence of the individual, stating that the strength of America endures because "we have never whether it's business or underestimated what the individual could do." Former Vice President Nixon maintained; "Lincoln was worried in agriculture or industry or in the service trades." Sen, Goldwater described "badly confused" the critics of basic GOP doctrine who charge Republicanism with living in or returning to the past. The Arizona senator added: "They confuse the intelligent process of examining the past, learning through hard experience clearly recorded in history, with a standstill status and attitude no good Republican advocates. We Republicans know that the entire human race, no less than the in- in race, dividual, must learn from the in his day, as we are in ours, about how much government can do in protecting freedom'and human dignity without reaching that point when you are forced to coerce the majority for the sake of the minority." Gov. Rockefeller emphasized! Alfg %<w% that it is the responsibility of gov- 1 ^muti ernment to "create the frame- past, for we have no other guide line by which we can project the future." Lives of Wesley Reviewed by wscs work within which freedom of initiative can flourish, can find incentive and opportunity to carry on, to expand, to create the opportunity for employment through the investment of private capital and expansion of activities, how berry 's Bologna is all fresh pork and beef, a slice and see. no. Hon Mickelbe nO. ftp Pfjtx -M no ALTONA — Mrs. Russell Clay was hostess to the WSCS of the Altona Methodist Church Thursday at her home. Devotions were in charge of Mrs. Gladys Hopkins and there was group singing with Mrs. Bloomquist at the piano. Mrs. Otis Johnson was the lesson leader on the topic "Method- istism," and told of the lives of John and Charles Wesley. Mrs. T. Wayne Biehl and Mrs. B. H. Eklund were welcomed as new members. It was announced that open house will be held at Langleyville Community Center Sept 29 from 1 to 5 p.m. in honor of Miss Zoe King who has been employed at the home many years. 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