Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1969 · Page 52
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 52

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, April 3, 1969
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BULLDOG Republic Plioenlx, Thnrs., April 3,1969' ore about tarry Jr. GOP nominee Continued from Page 23 Young Americans for iom, a conservative stu- group. IfWe really have no cam- pjjfen strategy to speak of," h^ said. "We will carry on eaictly as we did in the pri- M|ry." |)uring that race he hit hard o» campus rioters, said he supports President Nixon's efforts to reach an honorable p«ce in Vietnam, and fav- offid keeping the beginning v«ing age at 21 (his father wjuld lower it to 18). «r $oldwater said no decision has been made yet on whether^- his well-known father will appear on his behalf. "We don't rule it out," he said. The senator was en route yesterday to Arizona, but his office in Washington issued a statement which quoted him as saying: "I am both proud and delighted at Barry Jr.'s victory in the 27th Congressional District of California. I have long urged young people throughout the country to take an active part in politics. "I am naturally delighted that my eldest son decided to make the run in California and I am very proud of the campaign which he conducted." The younger Goldwater said he had no way of telling whether the family name was a factor in his strong showing. "It is a two-edged sword," he said. "The name Goldwater evokes very certain emotions, very exact feelings — some favorable and some not." The son said his showing "surprised the devil out of me." The closest Republican opponent was Los Angeles Councilman James B. Potter Jr., who received 16,908 votes. The current congressional lineup from California is 21 Democrats and 16 Republicans. Barry was born in Los Angeles but moved to Arizona when quite young. He attended schools in Phoenix and continued at the Staunton Military Academy in Virginia. He studied business and marketing at the University of Colorado and Arizona and graduated in 1962. During his college years he became interested in Republican politics and was active in the Young Republicans. During his father's unsuccessful campaign for president in 1964 he toured the country speaking in behalf of the candidate. BARRY GOLDWATER Jr. Milton Eisenhower still in hospital WASHINGTON (UPI) Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, 69, unable to attend his brother's burial yesterday, remained in satisfactory condition in Walter Reed Army Medical Center. The president emeritus of . Johns Hopkins University was hospitalized for observation after he complained of feeling ill shortly before the funeral of former President Dwight D. Eisenhower Monday. ANNUAL Vi OFF YOUR CHOICE SALE \ YOUR CHOICE SAVE ^\ 100.00 NOW S Q Q PFAFF ZIG-ZAG-MATIC In Sewing Base Save 100.00 ' SAVE >00.00 PPAfF $lLECT «f HANDSbMC Phone 956-9201 or 277-5531 Shop Daily 10 to 9:30 Shop Sunday 11 to 6 4-Day Savings HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS Sale Limited To Stock On Hand GILLETTE Right Guard Anti-Perspirant DEODORANT 5 oz. 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