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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 2, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper EdftH for HM VOL 102 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that mokes all North I o wans neighbors i ud united latenutioui rait MASON CJTY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2 U0c p EDITION Two No 221 U S launches airlift of weapons to India NEW DELHI India American arms airlift got under way from Germany Friday to give Indias hardpressed Himalayan army better weapons to use against invaders from Red China The first of 10 US Air Force C135 jet transports lifted off the runway at the big RheinMain air base near Frankfurt and flew off into heavily overcast skies It was due in Calcutta Siurday A roundtheclock airlift was planned and relief crews were flown to Calcutta to take the big planes back to Germany for re loading The airlift is bringing fastfiring light infantry weapons including mountain artillery sorely needed to counter the Communists su perior firepower US Ambassador John Kenneth Galbraith warned the Indians against expecting American arms alone to work magic against the Chinese invaders The great task remains with the Indian army he declared We are happy to help with m m FiveDay Iowa Temperatures Negroes may make vote gains More seeking public office By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Negroes are widening their quest for elective office in the United States They stand to make gains in the Nov 6 ballot ing Connecticut will elect a Negro to statewide office for the firs time Each ma jor party nomi BACKGROUND nated a Negro for sfate treas urer California will have its first Negro con gressman i n another all Negro contest New York and Massachusetts have Negroes running for state wide York for the first time Negroes many of them Incum bents are running for local or district offices such as assembly men in numerous states The Deep South state of Georgia is slated to have a Negro in its legislature for the first time in more than a half century Leroy Johnson an Atlanta Ne gro attorney defeated three white candidates for the Democratic nomination to the state Senate in a newly delineated district He will run in the general election against T M Alexander a Ne gro who was unopposed in the Republican primary In Connecticut Gerald A Lamb a dontal technician is running for state treasurer on the Democrat ic ticket and William D Graham a lawyer on the Republican They were the first Negroes nominates for statewide office in Connecti cut will average four to six de grees below normal over Iowa through next Wedn e s da y Normal highs 50 to 55 degrees Normal lows near 30 in the north to 35 south Tempera tures will average below normal Saturday morning with a slow warming trend until turning cooler again the first of the week Precipitation will average generally onequar equipment to stop aggression but equipment is only part ol the problem Galbrarth said no American mil itary instructors were coming with he arms which he described as standard stuff He also empha sized there were no plans for US military personnel to go to the frontier The ambassador told newsmen the United States ir considering supplying the emergency arms shipments on a long loan basis but said the terms have not been worked out He said American economic aid to India would not be affected by the arms recent ly annour d loans of million for thermal power development Indias request for Western mili tary aid marked a sharp depar ture from a longstanding policy of cash purchases to maintain In dias determined neutralism Ini tial shipments of new British weapons have already arrived ter to onehalf likely occurring Tuesday inch most Monday or North Iowa Mostly cloudy with occasional light drizzle east and rain or central Fri here Terms under which the aid is being furnished are still being negotiated Heavier US weapons are ex pected to be sent next Prime Minister Nehru called for calm in the face of the Chinese aggression and chided thousands of university students whose anti Chinese demonstrations Thursday he called the acts of a weak people Police estimated 10000 people most of thorn university men and women marched through the streets of the capital all day Thursday destroying signs mark ing Chinese business houses and AFTER DINNER MEETING A smiling Anastas Mikoyan left Soviet Deputy Premier appears with U S Ambassa dor to the U N Adlai Stevenson in light coat and John J McCloy chairman of U S coordinating committee on Cuban policy after a dinner meeting at Soviet U N mission headquarters in New Photofax York At extreme left is Valerin Zorin Soviet representative to U N and behind Stevenson is Anatoly Dobrynin Soviet Ambassador to U S Man in rear is an interpreter Mikoyan stopped over in New York enroute to Cuba lorth Iowa Mostly cloudy with day night and extreme eas Saturday Lows Friday night in the 30s Turning colder with possible light snow ex treme northwest Saturday or evening highs Further outlook afternoon near 40 Partly cloudy and warmer Sunday a little shouting for expulsion of the Red Chinese forces or the border Po lice guarded all Chinese business houses arid the headquarters of the Indian Communist party which a mob looted on Wednes day Photos show Russian bases are dismantled occasional light drizzle through rain or Saturday Lamb is a native of Elizabttl City NC and Graham is from Montgomery Ala Also in Connecticut Wilfred X Johnson first Negro ever electee to the state legislature is seekinf his third twoyear term as a stat representative He is a native o Dawson Ga In Californias 21st congression al district in Los Angeles County the Negro opponents for th House of Representatives are As semblyman Augustus F Hawkins Democrat and Herman Smith a attorney Republican The district is heavily Democratic Three Negroes are assured o election to Ihe California Assem bly in allNegro contests Three will be a new high compared with two at present California has had at least one Negro in the assembly most of this century Hawkins has held his post for 23 years New Yorks first Negro candi date for statewide office is Ed ward R Dudley Manhattan bor ough president nominated by the Democrats for attorney general James L Flournoy a Los An geles Repubrcan Negro is run ning for one of four elective seats on the Stale Board of Equaliza tion but is rated little chanca of success Dudley born in South Boston Va faces an uphill fight against the incumbent Republican Louis J Lefkowitz who is running on Gov Neison A Rockefellers tick et In Massachusetts Edward Brooke a Negro is the Republi can candidate for attorney gener al A poll of Bay State publishers editors and political writers in dicated he has a good chance to Francis E Kelly his Dem ocratic opponent Lows Friday night in mid 30s Highs Saturday in low 40s Minnesota Scattered rain or snow Colder Highs Saturday in 40s Globe Gazette weather data p to 8 am Friday Maximum 50 Minimum 29 At 8 am 35 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 64 Minimum 42 On the inside Editorials Page 4 Meson City News 67 Latest 7 North Iowa News 8 Sports910 Society News 1314 Clear Lake News 14 Comics 15 As the mobs demonstrated out side Communist party headquar ters the party council concluded two days of heated debate with a strong proNehru resolution de nouncing the Chinese Reds as ag gressors and calling on all party members to support the govern ment during the national emerg ency A lull persisted on the fighting fronts OH EXCUSE US FRANKLIN OHIO Deputies sped to the scene where a Brinks armored truck was reported apparently aban doned Thursday Finding no signs of life they banged on a window wherein appeared the surprised face of the driver who was eating his lunch SAME Last jet jbpmfaer rolls oft line WICHITA Kan UPI Manned jet bombers no longer are in production in the United States The last bomber in the Air Force ordered a B52 rolled off the assembly line at the Boeing Co plant in Wichita General Dynamics Corp in Fort Worth Tex two months ago completed the last B58 Hustler bomber for which the air force had contracted So for the first time since World War II bomber production has completely stopped North American Aviation is building the pilot model of military plane in California U S should abandon K should fly around 2100 miles Cuba base Mikoyan NEW YORK UPI Anastas Mikoyan the Soviet Unions in ternational troubleshooter Fri an hour when operational If it flies successfully it may be designed as a reconnaissance plane The plane has been desig nated the B70 Medium range intermediate range and intercontinental mis day backed Fidel Castros counjsiles are taking over the duties terdemand that the United States withdraw from the Guan tanamo naval base in Cuba Mikoyan just before departing for Havana said the five de mands made by the Cuban pre mier are supported by the So viet Union them just which considers LAUNCH AIRLIFT TO men board U S Air Force C135 jet transport at American RheinMain air base in Frankfurt Germany for flight of the manned bombers in pro tecting the country Both the B52 and B58 were the only types of bombers built during the past few years in the United States They may have helped deter Russia from attacking this country B52s are 156 feet long and their wing span is 185 feet The planes have a range of 12000 miles without refueling Each ilane carries a crew of six B58 is supposed to be the worlds fastest bomber It flies around 1400 miles an hour and nas a crew of three It set 14 worlds records most of them for speed but some for payload and altitude A total of 744 B52s were made at the Boeing plants in Wichita and Seattle Wash The Air Force ordered a to lal of 116 B58s The 43rd Bomb Wing al Carswcll Air Force Base Fort Worth and the 305th SAC outfits are equip ped with B58s The B70 may never become a Jomber Thus the B52 and llic B58 may be the last of a proud ine of heavy manned bombers beginning with the BIT Flying Fortress of World War II Astronauts mother dies in Colorado BOULDER Colo UPI Florence Carpenter 62 the mother of astronaut Scott Car penter died Friday at Boulder Community Hospital Mrs Car penters death came after a re curring illness of many years She entered the hospital Oct 10 Pholofax WERE IN artist Russell Detwiler 37 and his bride 64yearold actress Lottie Lenya leave a registry office in London after their mar riage in a civil ceremony The bride widow of composer Kurt Weill said The difference in our ages doesnt matter one bit Were in love Castros stand remains WASHINGTON Preliminary analysis of photographs made Thursday shows clear indications that dismantling of missile bases in Cuba is proceed ing Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara said Friday A Defense Department spokesman told newsmen that the pictures show that missile launcher erectors have been removed from the sites Much of the associated launch equipment has been removed the spokesman said and cable conduits between control points and launching pads have been broken up The concrete pads for the launch erectors appear to have been broken up with an air hammer Certain areas of the sites have been plowed and bulldozed the spokesman said Aerial reconnaissance over the island was resumed Thurs day after a twoday recess for the visit of U Thant acting Secre of the United Na ions in efforts to arrange for J N inspection of the disman tling promised by Soviet Pre VISIT DELAYED WASHINGTON White1 House announced Friday that German Chancellor Konrad Adenauers visit to Washington has been postponed for a week from Nov 7 to Nov 14 N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Photofax to India with load of U S arms The flight launched a roundtheclock arms airlift to aid India in its border struggle with Ked China FLURRY OF VOTES JONESPORT Maine A Democratic candidate for the state legislature is distributing these campaign signs Fore cast 6 He is Dr Bradford Snov Estes prosecution rests TYLER Tex State prosecutors rested their theft case against Billie Sol Estes basing their hopes for conviction on testimony about ghostwritten sig natures on mortgages and nonexistent fertilizer tanks The trial is the first of numerous both federal and Estes 37 US military convoy delayed BERLIN Soviet officers held up a United States Army convoy for 80 minutes in the first har assment of Allied military traffic on the Berlin ac cess routes since the American quarantine action against Cuba No hint of agitation WASHINGTON The White House described as wholly inaccurate a newspaper story calling Soviet Premier Khrushchevs unpublished letter to Presi dent Kennedy last Friday the work of an agitated overwrought man Press secretary Pierre Salinger said no one who read the letter when it was received or has read it since has interpreted it in that fashion Beck wins court fight NEW YORK Dave Beck the imprisoned for mer laundry truck driver who was a millionaire by the time he stepped out as head of the Teamsters Un ion has won a court fight A federal court jury acquitted him of charges that he illegally borrowed from trucking concerns Acquitted also were the two trucking executives and three corporations charged with him as a result of the 1954 transaction micr Khrushchev Asked whether a blockade is still in force to prevent more of fensive weapons from being shipped to Cuba a Pentagon spokesman said the Navy ships continue on station Authoritative sources dis closed Thursday night that higii altitude U2 flights over Cuba liave been halted and the watch is being kept through low level photographic missions The U2 missions over Cuba were scrubbed after one of the planes and its pilot were lost last weekend according to informants Low flying reconnaissance in swiftly below radar and exploiting surprise arc considered less vulnerable than the U2s which go into a sfow glide when they are taking pic tures Officials are virtually certain that the U2 piloted by Air Force Maj Rudolf Anderson Jr Green ville SC was knocked down by a Soviet antiaircraft rocket And they believe the rocket was launched by SoViet missile men manning the 22 antiaircraft rocket bases known to be opera tional in Cuba In other developments Officials still have not given a oar answer to the significant question of is to happen to more than 20 Soviet jet bombers known to have been sent into Cuba Secretary of Defense Robert S MeNamara authorized the Air Force to freeze enlistments and appointments of 14214 reservists Jin troop carrier squadrons called jto duty at the climax of the Cuban jcrisis last weekend i Fidel Castro Thursday night re foreignsupervision jof the dismantling of the bases land again called for the US to   

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