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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

| = fggl COLLEGE El _fff / _Offirf /? Published semi-weekly throughout the college year except for vacations by undergraduates of Franklin and Marshall College , Lancaster , Pa , being an expansion in 1964 of the Student Weekly , a union in 1915 of the College Student founded in 1881 , and the F&M Weekly , founded in 1891 . The opinions of this | ournal are those of the editors and editorial board and do not represent official opinion Editors-in-chief David L . Harrison and Richard Kneedler Subscription Rate , $ 3 50 per semester , $ 6 50 per year . Office in Hartman Hall Basement ; Phone 392-3732 Printed at Forry & Hacker , 248 East Liberty Street , Lancaster , Penna Application for second class mailing permit granted March 16 , 1964 at Lancaster , Penna .

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Wrofs View Effects of Election ln Nations from Britain to China [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Wrofs View Effects of Election \ ln Nations from Britain to China lEngland 1 Professor Norman Taylor of the . economics department stated that the _^ British would be extremely unhappv if Goldwater is elected , bei _^ use of his basic foreign policies , such as _Jregardb brinkmanship He stated that lEngland would effect no immediate _fpolicy change , but changes would _^ eventually come as reactions to Goldjwater s policies He added that the Win objective of the British would Ae to keep the alliance healthy Taylor feels that the British would try to work with Goldwater because stresses of the world situation will override differences However , British relations with Goldwater would be marked with caution . I Russia ; When asked what effects a Gold- . _watei victory would have in Russia . i Professor Vladimir Trcml commented , Goldwater is a threat to then ex- • istence and will tend to unite the \ ( Communist ) bloc The Soviet bloc is disintegrating \ but Goldwater will tend to heal...

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Nations of the World View Elections With Apprehension-Hope for LJB J [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Nations of the World View Elections With Apprehension-Hope for LJB J The 1964 Piesidential election has been of gieat concern to many nations of the woild , and has received worldwide coveiage The REPORTER has listed excerpts from some leading newspapers of the v \ orld that lepiescnt foreign attitudes and opinions These extracts appeared in the Satuiday Review in a new depaitmcnt , >\ s Otheis See Us , edited by James TORONTO Dm ing the short time ( Piesident Johnson ) has occupied the office of the Chief Executive , he has indicated that he is a woithy heir to the maitvied Piesident Kennedy he succeeded The - > cais that began with the late Piesident Roosevelt s Administration , stictched through those of Fiesident Tiuman and continued with the Liuelly bnef Kennedv term , have produced points of _fuction between Ottawa and Washington It is not suipnsing that this has been so , the suipiising thing is that the diffeiences have been relatively few and have mv o...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Barry Claims Federal Aid To Schools Unconstitutional ( CPS)—Senator Barry Goldwaters ed what has been called progressive position on education is in line with his general opposition to federal action in what he calls local affairs Federal intervention in education , he says , is unconstitutional The quotation , fiom Conscience of a Conservative seems to be repiesentative of his philosophy , for he has voted agamsl every program to increase federal involvement in higher education for the past ten years Arguing that federal aid to education inevitably means fedeial contiol of education , he voted last year against the fi \ e-year $ 12 billion bricks and mortar college construction bill and also in 1963 opposed President Kennedy s $ 5 _bjlhon omnibus aid-to-education bill , saying that the U S Office of Education was manufacturing statistics and writing piopaganda to gain suppoit for the bill Both bills passed Other Comments Other comments on education fiom the Republican standatd-bear...

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President Johnsons Views On Federal Aid to Education [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

President Johnsons Views On Federal Aid to Education ; . ( CPS ) — President Lyndon John- , son has strongly favored federal aid I ( i to public education , and has chamipioncd a wide-ranging array of lcgisj _J _lative programs providing that aid \ t \ Increased educational oppoitunities e iha \ e been given a major — if not ; _jj dominant — role in the President s [ ( Wai on Poverty , and in his other pio- • i ; grams aimed at budding The Great i Society , Century of Educated > Johnson has shown little hesitation : / i calling on the federal government _ / to piovide the money to make this ; 5 Possible if state and local governments B « aic c uher unwilling or unable to _»? \ s a Congressman and a Senator , _^ _. Jo hmcn voted for five of six majoi _ij fcdeial aid to education acts , including the ? 50 million Permanent School i j _| Lunch _i _ logram ( 1946 ) , the $ 300 mil- [ 5 o n Uucational Finance Art ( 1949 ) , _Sf _^ _- _Xitional Defense Education Act No Vote _Ih...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

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Profs View Effects of Election In Nations from Britain to China [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Profs View Effects of Election In Nations from Britain to China ( Continued from Page 3 ) water is too backward looking to be in harmony with the progressive views of the left-wing majority These Italians were impressed with the liberal programs of President Kennedy and were especially pleased with his broad-minded immigration policies They are afraid that Goldwater is too conservative to continue these trends Not Impressive Madame Jeannet concludes that as a result of these liberal feelings , a Goldwater victory would not impress favorably the great majority of Italians In addition to this , Madame Jeannet feels that most Italians disapprove of Goldwater without actually liking President Johnson Madame Jeannet believes thait this is simply because Johnson is not too well known in Italy Canada Regarding Canada s reaction to a Goldwater victory . Dr . Steams A . Morse , assistant professor of geology , said simply , Are you kidding ? Elaborating upon this , Morse states that since Pr...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Johnson Anti-Poverty Program ( Continued from Page 3 ) Corps , and establishes about 150 camps to train high school drop-outs and draft rejects Anti-Poverty Measures The anti-poverty education measures are Johnson s from start to finish Unlike many of the other education measures passed under his administration , they were originated by him , rather than under the Kennedy administration The Democratic Platform asks that education be opened to every boy or girl in America up to the highest level which he or she is able to master regardless of family financial status Expanded Program It also pledges an expanded pro ¬ gram of public scholarships , guaranteed loans , and work study grants , and pledges the party to develop the potential of the armed forces for training young men who might otherwise be rejected for military service because their work skills are underdeveloped . The platform calls for the exploration of new methods of financial aid for education , including the channeling...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

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BRIGNOLA [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

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Nations of the World Respond Shakily to Elections [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Nations of the World Respond Shakily to Elections _• ¦¦ ( Continued from Page 3 ) j LONDON i On all the usual questions , which _fre also the ones Mr . Johnson intends to emp hasize—peace , preparedness , prosperity , and progress—the President seems unbeatable . Morels er > he has the great power and _prestige of his office to add to his other assets . America votes every four years , not only for its Chief Exelutive , but also for its equivalent of a constitutional monarch , and all over lie world it is usual for a sentimentally conservative people to vote for the one they already have Doubts arise only when this year s unusual questions are considered : fear and re & . l _~ t _-V . _~ T- _^ _-ino r » f > _Nnrrrn Icntnient of the pace of the Negro Inve for quality , disquiet at the increase in corruption and violence , distrust of the federal government s and Supreme C ourt s encroachments on state and local independence , shifts if economic and p...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Letters to the Editors rTo the Editors : S The F and M community ordinarily exhibits the gieat vitality which marks a college of uncommon excellence However , the dismal and embairassing non-attendance of students at the recent Founders Day Convocation should make us all blush w ith shame ; Sad Show _jj This sad show makes me suspect that the students at this College ha \ e little understanding of the purpose of a convocation , or its meaning in lelation to academic life as a whole The blame for this , let me hasten to add , lies with all of us , my purpose here is not to scold , but , if possible , to enlighten and arouse To understand about convocations , we have to start J ) ut by remembering that a college , niore especially this College , is many things \ college is in the first place an academic community devoted to learnjng and enlightenment . A faculty can _Avork its collectivehead off , but without a spirited input of energy by students , this work will come to naught | l h...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

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