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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspapei fdftad for the Horn MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 1A2 The newspaper AfiocUted and UniUd Prew International Full Lise that mokes oil North MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER HOME EDITION lowans neighbors UOc Paper et Two OM 81 Polls crowded as the nation votes Spotty turnout Iowa Meeting at summit by Christmas Diplomats give hint By JANE PUNSTER New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Diplomatic weathervanes here are pointec squarely at a fourway summi conference before Christmas Its noted up and down Em bassy Row that the White HouseKremlin exchange setting up the Cuban deal hintec broadly at such a meeting Britain is all for it the French while cool will still go along Thus if the Russians remain true to their bargain a sum mitry announcement c o u 1 c come at anytime California Gov Edmund G Brown emerged from a civil de fense session with Presiden Kennedy bristling at charges in some GOP circles that the tim ing of the Cuban showdown was politically inspired This borders on high treason he thundered in the White House Other governors also hearc from Pat Brown about his frustrations in campaign during the crisis You try to talk to voters about state problems bu you can see theyre not inter ested he said All they care about is Cuba One of the fringe issues of the Kentucky campaign has been the defacement of posters sup porting Lt Gov Wilson W Wyatt the Democratic Senate candidate with the star of David and the Hammer and Sickle His opponent Sen Thurston B Morton vehemently disowned the operation and added that lots of posters gel defaced He should know A Morton poster hangs in his own headquarters with its eyes artistically inked in to give it faroff hypnotic expression If Ohios Democratic Gov Michael V DiSalle fails to win reelection as now seems likely state politicos expect him to start warming up to run two years from now for the Senate seat now held by Democrat Sen Stephen M Young whos ru mored ready to retire when his term ends in 1964 A likely Re publican contender for the place Robert A Taft jr who seems certain to win this year as Ohios The growing lexicon of Pen tagonese has been enhanced with another collectors item un earthed by Sen Stephen M Young DOhio To get around the bald admission that there has been a delay he reports some military paperwork now refers to a regression time wise During the days and nights of brinkedge crisis some gov ernment staff officials showed more grit in staring down Khrushchev than in staring down their own wives In at least one crisis center bunks were hurriedly set up for the allnight watch and both the male officials and women sec retaries found their bunks in the same room Some of the duty officers calmly meeting all crises chose to sleep on the couches in their offices instead At f 30 the other morning at Washingtons National Airport the pilot of a commercial air liner about to take off braked his ship to a halt on the taxi strip and announced to his pas sengers The field has been closed Some foreign dignitary from a place that 1 cant pro nounce is out there and Vice President Johnson is making a speech We cant leave until he finishes Lots hope he is not as longwinded as usual PS The went on for 20 minutes JOHN CONNALLY N ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIKE SERVICES Join patrol BUENOS AIRES TWO Argentine warships scheduled to join in the blockade of Cuban amis shipments will reach the Caribbean Thursday Ar gentine planes have flown with US aircraft in a patrol since Sunday Argentina has been the first Latin American country to participate in the air and sea patrols around Cuba Asks speedup VATICAN CITY Pope John XXIII moved to speed up the lagging pace of the Roman Cath olic Ecumenical Council giving its presidency new powers to limit speeches At the same time the Pope confirmed that the first phase of the coun cil would end Dec 8 re suming after Easter April 14 On Mars course The Soviet interplanetary rocket is hurtling toward the plan et Mars on a path that will bring its initial tra jectory to the planet closer than planned The official news agency Tass said scientists plan to make inflight correc tions that will bring the 1970pound space probe within 621 to 6831 miles of the surface of Mars ffoffo on defense NASHVILLE Attorneys for Teamsters Union president James R Hoffa continued cross examiningwi t n e s s e s called by the government in an apparent attempt to link the end of a strike with an alleged mil lion payoff to Hoffa and another Teamsters offi cial On f He inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 5 Comics g Society News 1314 Latest Markets Mason City News 1617 Farm jj North Iowa News 24 Governor races in limelight Personalities lead the way FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Record turn outs for a midterm election were reported in hot political battle ground areas Tuesday as Ameri cans cast ballots which will de termine the political hue of con gress and perhaps give a clue to the GOP presidential candidate in 1964 On the elections outcome also will rest the fate of President Kennedys legislative program for the next two years The vot ers were picking 35 governors 39 senators and 435 house members It was to the gubernatorial re sults in several key states that political experts will look for ad vance tips on the man the Re publicans will pit against Kennedy in 1964 In some of those states voting records for a nonpresidential election appeared to be building up A record was forecast for California where Richard M Nixon staked his political life on an attempt to unseat Democratic Gov Edmund G Brown A midterm voting record also appeared to be in the making in Michigan where automaker George Romney was making an allout assault on Democratic Gov John Swainslon The senatorial race between Ed ward Kennedy Ihe Presidents younger brother and George Cabot Lodge brought Massachu setts voters out in numbers ex pected to break past offyear rec ords Texas too appeared headed for a record rains in southern parts of the state acted as a deterrent The big event in he Lone Star state was the gu bernatorial battle between Re JUblican Jack Cox and President Kennedys former Navy secre tary John Connally Heavy turnouts were reported in many other places including Minnesota South Carolina New a record was pre Alabama and Maine Voting was light in Mississippi and Louisiana as expected and New Jersey In Georgia the vot ng w a s steady but ate In New York City the voting started out light but became ciowy North Iowa Cloudy through Wednesday Scattered ligh showers Tuesday night lows in 30s Scattered light snow Wednesday colder highs 36 to 42 Iowa Considerable cloudiness through Wednesday Scattered light showers southeast and extreme east Tuesday nigh with scattered light snow northeast lows in the 30s Scattered light snow extreme east Wednesday colder highs 30s northeast to 40s southwest Further outlook Partly cloudy continued cool Thurs day Minnesota Scattered rain or snow cooler Highs Wednes day around 35 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 44 Minimum 21 heavy in most districts as the day wore on GOP Gov Nelson Rockefelle appeared to be a certain winne by a large margin over Demo cratic challenger Robert Morgen thau The guessing 1 Republicans mayjgain a fejp seatsrin the House butr nowhere near the 44vtheytJeed If they are to gaincontrol 2 Democrats may pick up a couple of seats in the Senate but this wont help them much since they already have a 6436 lead 3 Republicans will get in their lardest and most lasting licks in the chase for governors They are favored to win 19 races the Democrats 16 If these predictions are true hen after all the sound and the ury the millions spent the en ergy expended the names called he situation would boil down tc this Kennedy would be denied the in crease in Democrats he says he needs to get his programs through Congress But since the party in wwer normally loses seats in hese offyear elections Demo crats could find solace in the fact hat it wasnt worse Republicans would be repulsed n their great objective of 1962 control of the House But by win ling the y if they should succeed in such major states as Pennsylvania Michigan Ohio and California hey would be in clover for the presidential race of 1964 JFK votes for brother Ted n BOSTON WPresident Kennedy led some two million Massachusetts volers to the polls in his home state Tuesday Up and about early after a flight Monday from Washing on and a midnight conference with his brother Edward nicknamed Democratic candidate for the US Sen ale the President voted in the basement of a Beacon Hill police station balloling was generally throughout the SAME Buck Means In Pst 21 Houri Despite the chill of a gray morning the President emerged from his car bareheaded and in a business suit at the voting place which was guarded by wooden barricades He shook hands with a few persons drew some cheers and sped through the voting procedure His presence in Massachusetts gave a lastminute psycho logical lift to Democratic candidates at the end of a hot cam paign which was expected to bring out a record turnout of has more than AWUOW registered voters The biggest question before the states voters wat whether they would choose the Presidents youngest brother only 30 SeMte the PrCSident Preelection surveys indicated Edward was running a dcfeal Cabot Lodge called himself an underdog The seat in contest has been held by a Lodge or a Kennedy in 45 of the last 69 years Lodges father former UN Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Jr lost the scat to John F Kennedy in 1952 Winncr wi scrvc the two ycars Ieft of tfic term Mason City pace lags in Mason City Tuesda in the general election was slightly off from the total of four years ago Up t about 2 pm Tuesday 3932 voters had gone to polls as compared with 412o in 1958 The vote was far below figure for the presidential election year of course In i960 Mason Cityan lad cast 7587 ballots at the same hour There was no notable pattern in ne voting Some precincts were ahead of four years ago and som were far behind The polls close throughout the he state at 8 at pm and no re urns will be available until afte that hour The total vote cast at the 2 pm check time by precinct was as follows 1P1W 2P1W 1P2W 2P2W 1P3W 2P3W 1P4W 2P4W 1958 156 573 611 370 7a3 514 586 332 1960 626 1196 1036 781 U61 1035 962 790 1962 400 407 574 459 583 651 598 270 Totals 4125 7587 3932 Following are the voting places for Mason City First Ward 1st precinct Ad ministration Building 120 E State First ward 2nd precinct Works 1205 Elm Dr Second ward 1st precinct Cerro Gordo County Courthouse 3rd NE and Washington Second ward 2nd precinct McKinley School 1510 N Fei Third ward 1st precinct chard Motor Co 202 1st SE Third ward 2nd precinct Roosevelt Junior High School 303 15th SE Fourth ward 1st precinct S R Garage 18 Washington SW Fourth ward 2nd precinct National Guard armory 2716 S Federal At other points in Iowa vot ng was reported as spotty Some cities reported morning urnouts above the 1958 totals for the same period with other cities reporting slumps in the unmber of voters going to the polls Election day weather fine Mild weather covered Iowa Tuesday with temperatures ex pected to be mostly in the 50s across the state as lowans cast heir votes in the general election However the Weather Bureau aid light rain is likely in central owa late in the day with the howers spreading over the state v aiacc and turning into snow flurries in he northwest The snow flurries are expected 0 continue in the northeast early Wednesday The forecast calls for clearing kies Tuesday night with lows angmg from the upper 20s in the northwest to the mid 40s in the southeast Lows early Tuesday varied from 1 degrees at Mason City to 33 Degrees at Des Moines Sioux City nd Council Bluffs Judge has mercy Sentence crosses party lines DENVER UPI Please lont put me in jail Your Hon r I want to vote Tuesday leaded the blearyeyed defend nt who pleaded guilty to drunk nness in MunicipalJudge Wil liam H Burnetts court Mon ay How do I know youll vole heright way the judge sked breaking into a broad mile Easy judge the grinning efendant said I always vote democrat But how do I know you wont et so drunk youll vole Repub cafi Burnett persisted Judge Id never get thai runk the defendant promised Burnett a Republican ranted a 30day suspended entcncc s At the polls TED AND MRS KENNEDY Massachusetts GOV NELSON ROCKEFELLER New York RICHARD NIXON PRESIDENT KENNEDY wife Pat For Ted GEORGE AND MRS ROMNEY RIGHT Michigan iOV AND MRS PAT BROWN California Work on bombers stopped US gets new evidence WASHINGTON sources report the Soviet Union was still assembling jet bombers in Cuba last week but that there is evidence the work stopped after a tough US warning Within a day or so US surveil lance flights are expected to show whether the Russians are with drawing the IL28 bombers which are capable of carrying nuclear warheads and have a 750mile The Pentagon jvas maintaining an almost complete blackout of news dealing with results Washington sources said there was some indication the work of uncrating the bombers has stopped They said further surveil ance will be necessary to show whether the Russians are with drawing the planes under Soviet remier Khrushchevs agreement o remove all offensive weapons rom Cuba The informants said information reached Washington Saturday that while the Russians were disman tling the missile bases they were continuing to uncrate and assem ble the estimated 20 or so IL28s shipped to Cuba President Kennedy was reported o have been highly concerned about the report which indicated Khrushchev might be hedging on his part of the crisis agreement On Sunday according to the sources US representative John J McCloy look up the matter in New York with Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Vasily Kuznet sov McCloy was understood to hava told theRussian the United States wants the planes as well as the missiles removed from Cuba McCloy was reported to hava made piain that Kennedys no nvasion pledge held good only if he Soviet Union followed through vith its part of the bargain Kuznetsov repeated the Soviet remiers assurances that the of ensive weapons would be re moved from Cuba under inter national inspection said the At the Pentagon Monday almost every question on the Cuban situa ion was turned back with a no comment At the United Nations mean while Acting SecretaryGeneral U Thant met with two leaders of the International Committee of the Red nail down details of a plan for the neutral agency to inspect Cuba bound Soviet ships for arms The Red Cross committee dis posed in Geneva Monday it had eceived UN assurance that Prime Minister Fidel Castro vculd accept its inspection of hips heading for Cuba The committee said arms in pection was normally outside its pnerc but that it could consider ending its good offices to the United Nations as requested by Thant It said final agreement would unge on the conference between hant and Paul Ruegger former omrmttee president and Paul Borsmger secretary of the ICRC xecutive board The United States has agreed o the Soviet proposal to let the Keel Cross check on incoming ussian ships Washington indi ated that if the plan went into peration it would lift its naval rms blockade now ringing Cuba Thant hopes to get the answer o this when Soviet First Deputy yiastas I Mikoyan returns from Havana where he has been con rring with Castro 21 perish in Norwegian mine LQNGYEAR CITY Spitzbergen Norway UPDA violent explol ion m the Kings Bay coal t New Aalesund on this isolated Arctic island killed at least 21 miners it was announced Mon ay Rescue operations coordina or J B Ertsaas said the 21 min rs wore killed instantly Only 10 xxlies have been recovered so ar he said SECRET SATELLITE VANDENBERG AFB Calif secret cvcd to be of the Discoverer oneswas launched Monday y the Air Force from Pa missile range base   

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