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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 8, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Th VOL AuocUtod J CITY GLOBE newspaper thai makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER I 192 HOME EDITION neighbors 10e a Paper CouUU of Two SccUoMflccUoa Demands for recount eard Eleanor a great woman Bestloved in world By JAMES MAR LOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON fo Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt th great and gracious lady who die Wednesday night would hav been deeply different if sheha been born a generation earlier Then she might have been con Bidered just a goodhearted but in effectual busybody But she mad the most of her and her op portunities until when she died she had become the bestlove woman in the world She had that priceless qualit In a human being Concern fo other people She had an eve rarer quality A willingness to d something about her feeling The underlying philosophy i much she did fdr people was th belief the government must tak an increasing responsibility fo the general welfare This was a responsibility tha government ducked through mos of its history andonly assumet in the 1930s to avoid national chaos in the desolation of depre Bion It was forced into it Until President Koesevetts New Deal of the 1930s the nationa philosophy was socalled ruggec individualism which top often be came a philosophy of the devil takethehindmdst Until New Deal days there would have been far fewer to lis ten to her and more fatal to he ideas of a better world far fewe in positions of power to cooperati with her She insisted in explaining he activities in behalf of groups and people in general that she simply had to do what she thought was right What she considered righ was not always what others con sidered right Those others included the bat talions with prejudices against public and active life for women racial prejudices economic preju dices social prejudices and even national prejudices She was criticized lampooned mimicked and belittled But she was never deterred She was orphaned at 9 a gir with only inner beauty Her very plainness no doubt helped identify more easily with the commonalty of mankind She acquired an overpowerngly dominant motherinlaw She had children and a husband crip pled by polio And what made her particularly human was the fact that her social andpolitics consciousness developed slowly With her drive she might have become a prominent figure ever if her husband had not been pres ident of the United States But the White House and the times in which she lived gave her the opportunity to become a full and leading participant in the life of the nation and the world She was one of those few peo ple who at the moment of death could look back on her life and not feel that if given another chance she might have made bet te use of it End to newspaper strike may be near NEW YORK MNegotiators for the strikebound New York Daily News and the New York Newspaper Guild agreed Thurs day on terms of a new contract to ratification by the strikers Announcement of the agreement indicating a possible early end to the weekold strike was made by an aide of Secre tary of Labor W Willard Wirtz after a sevenhour negotiating Both sides in the dis pute agreed not to make the terms of the agreement public until it is presented to a mem bership meeting of the guild at toe Daily News North Iowa Fair Thursday night cooler east lows in mid 20s Fair and warmer Friday highs around 50 Iowa Fair Thursday night colder extreme east and warmer northwest lows 2530 Friday fair and warmer highs in the 50s Further out to partly cloudy and mild Minnesota Mostly fair windy warmer Highs Friday in 50s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Thursday in Minnesota Governor race difference only 609 votes All not in PRAM mi9 WTW cvwtirwrtrto Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 40 27 28 557 47 18 Hampton boy run over by trailer HAMPTON Ronald K Jen sen 11 was killed Wednesday when he was run over by a trailer loaded with corn The son of Mr andMrs John Jensen lie was riding on the cross bkr and fell under the trailer Officials said death re sulted from head injuries The accident occurred on the Harold Jorgenson farm 12 miles southwest of Hampton where Ronalds father is employed Funeral services will be Sat urday at 2 pm in Trinity Lutheran Church here The Rev Arthur Lindner will officiate Burial will be in the church cemetery with Green Siet sema Funeral Home in charge Surviving are bis p a r e n t s hree brothers Robert A Larry E Roger J and a sister Cheryl Ann all at home Reaffirms stand on nomarriage rule GRAY Ga W The Jones ounty School Board hasreaf firmed its stand expelling an 18 yearold high school football star because of his marriage The board met Wednesday night to take another look at the case of Johnny Arnold the 6foot 170pound halfback who was ex pelled with his 15yearold bride under the boards nomarriage rule Angry Arnold boosters have been urging that he be re admitted so that he can continue his education and perhaps win an athletic scholarship On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 4 CubGazette t Society News jolj 1314 North Iowa News 15 Latest Markets u Mason City News H17 Comics Gov Elmer L Andersen took a 609 vote lead over Democratic Lt Gov Karl Rolvaag Thursday in their close race for the Min nesota governorship With 3782 of the states 3786 precincts reporting the unof ficial Associated Press tally iBut a state Republicanmine the official winner is cer tin showed Andersen Rolvaag 619735 620344 and A complete AP recheck of un official county returns turned up several errors in earlier figures which had given Rolvaag a nar row lead The four missing precincts all small ones are in remote areas They are not expected to cut much into the Andersen lead tain Closeness of the vote made i almost certain a recount also will be demanded Edward A Howe state elec tion procedures advisor said a recount could take up to two weeks depending on specific de mands for precincts to check The race was one of severa still hanging fire across the na tion Minnesota has not had a statewide recount since 1934 Andersen 53 sought to be come the first Minnesota gov ernor to serve a fouryear term under a recent constitutiona Wont seek public office Private life for Erbe DES MOINES ft Gov Norman Erbe said Thursday he does not plan to seek any public office in the future u in hif bid for a eond fay Democrat Harold Hughes in Tuesdays election run for Erbe 43 said The two years I have been governor have been hard work and very and satisfying Although I have enjoyed it it was a much harder and much tougher job than I had expected Erbe said that despite his defeat he still believes he was correct in his work as governor and I wouldnt change one iota of it if I had to do it again Erbe not yeijjecided what he will do when Viy in iowa My wfe and J are lowans and want to remain a part of Iowa which has a great future News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Walks out on Communists SOFIA Bulgaria S Minister Eugenie An derson walked out of a Soviet reception after Bulgar ian President Dimiter Ganev accused the United btates of piratical action against Cuba Bulgarian government officials rushed over in an attempt to smooth things over diplomatic informants said but Mrs Anderson would have none of it Mothers character defended after witness took the s Land to praise the characters of a young mother who killed her armless daughter and the three mem bers of her family charged with conspiracy to mur der Suzanne Coipel Vandeput 25 who said she took the drug thahdomide has admitted she gave her weekold daughter a fatal dose of barbiturates last Walker to enter hospital GenEdwin Walker will enter a hospital here for a courtordered psychiatric examination to determine whether he is capable of understanding the rebellion insurrection and sediti ous conspiracy charges against him stemming from the race noting in Mississippi Vote buying probe likely CHICAGO The Chicago Daily News says a federal investigation may develop from news pictures which the paper said showed fraudulent voting in the Chicago election Tuesday Sen Carl T Curtis RNeb declared he was shocked by reports that Daily News photographers had made pictures of a Democratic po worker paying money to voters after thev left polling places change It would be his second term Rolvaag 49 made two unsuc cessful tries for Congress before moving into the lieutenant gov ernors chair for four terms State Sen A M Keith the DFL candidate apparently de feated State Rep C Donald Pet erson in the battle for Lieutenant governor Chief from a national stand point was the battle in South Dakota for the US Senate be tween President Kennedys for mer Food for Peace director George S McGovern and Re publican incumbent Joseph H Bottum Jr Complete unofficial returns gave McGovern a narrow lead of 273 votes over Bottum who was appointed to the Senate a few months ago to succeed the late Republican Sen Francis Case Bottum said he would con test the result McGovern said he would welcome a recount Even closer was the race for governor of Rhode Island where tabulation of 7000 absentee votes will tell the tale Complete unofficial returns gave Demo cratic Gov John H Notte a lead of only 166 votes in his bid for reelection against Republi can John H Chaffee In Massachusetts Republican x Gov John Volpe found himself lin D Roosevelt a aack in contention as a result whose stature grew ONE WOMANS LIFE Eleanor Roosevelt whodied in New York is shown in two different phases of her career over a span of 20 years She posed with her husband the late President F D Roosevelt at Hyde Park in 1941 and with Adlai Stevenson U S ambas sador to the United Nations at the UN in New York last year Mrs Roosevelt at that time was a member of the U S delegation to the UN Anemia claims Mrs Roosevelt NEW YORK Frank first lady atomic giew from the rash of late support from White House to the world died i rurar vote tabulations after he dicott A recount ap a Peabodvs tions 32nd president and niece of the 26th president has suffered more than 21 million votes cast as A recount was demanded in tfaine by Democrat Maynard 3olloff who trailed incumbent Republican Gov John Reed by ewer than 800 votes in final un official returns In Alaska Democratic Gov William Egan began pulling away slowly from his Republi can challenger Mike Stepovich as returns continued to trickle n Egans margin widened from a razorthin edge to about 1600 votes In Alabama Republicans were considering asking for a recount of the race between veteran Democratic Sen Lister Hill and the GOP candidate James Martin With almost all votes unofficially counted Hill led by about 7000 votes Give your fair share THE COMMUNITY CHEST in her Manhattan apartmeri The 78yearold widow of the na the family describee a complicated type of anemia for two and a half years Her health failed rapidly during the last six weeks accelerated by noncontagious tuberculosis which was not proved until Oct 25 Her expecting heart failure were with her at the end along with three of her five living children Two sons were en route by plane from distant points in the nation Nineteen grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren also survive her of the great ladies in the listory of this country has passed Tom the scene said President Kennedy loss will be deep y felt by all those who admired tireless idealism or benefited from her good works and coun sel Leaders of the nation and the world joined in expressing sorrow and loss I have lost an inspiration said UN Ambassador Adlai E Stevenson the only person outside of the family to visit Mrs Roose velt during the final weeks of her llness He went by her invitation Private funeral services will be ield at St James Episcopal Church in Hyde ParkNY north of New York City on the Hudson River at 2 pm Saturday She will be buried in the rose arden of the family estate at iyde Park beside her husband in accordance with the joint wishes the family said His sim ple gravestone already bears her name and the year of her birth Those at the interment service ness with the same vigor with had pursued a career representatives from the US gov ernment the United Nations and the state of New York as well as close friends of Mrs Roosevelt the announcement said Presiden Kennedy will attend So will for mer President Harry S Truman and his wife A memorial service at the Cathedral of St John the Divine in New York City is being planned for sometime within the next two weeks The family gave permission for an autopsy but its purpose was not made clear Eight years ago Mrs Roosevelt willed her eyes to an eye bank Mrs Roosevelt fought her ill ess with which she u VCA1 t31 which took her to the far corners of the world She was often on the ling around the world on one er rand or another both public and private She lectured far and wide and was known to the public in many lands Her travels were often the sub ect of good natured humor They also brought barbed criticism rom many who disliked her her husbandor both of them Only after her death did the amiiy disclose that her illness vas discovered two and a half ago Initially treatment permitted her to continue writing speaking and battling for the causes for which she had become arnous But last July the anemia worsened and she entered the hos ntal for a series of tests She left he hospital and went to Hyde 3ark for a rest then to Campo ello Island where she had tire essly helped her husband to re cover from polio 40 vears ago and resume his career despite the crippling handicap She reentered the hospital Sept 26 and was moved to her or v c ment three weeks later at her To check Soviet vessels Missiles on way home WASHINGTON AP Block ading US Navy ships were ready to check homewardbound Soviet vessels Thursday for proof that they are hauling Red missiles from Cuba Soviet Premier Khrushchev said Wednesday that 40 Soviet rockets had been dismantled in Cuba and probably were on their way back to the Soviet Union The Pentagon said Wednesday night that arrangements were be ing made with Soviet representa tives for the Navy i check on the number of dismantled missiles aboard the homewardbound So viet ships In announcing mat the first con tact would be made Thursday Ar thur Sylvester assistant secretary of defense for public affairs in dicated no specific hour And declined comment when a news man asked if the Red Cross would play a part in the inspection pro cedure The administration has insisted on international verification of the denuclearization of Cuba Asked Wednesday if the arrange ment for a Navy check of the mis siles removal was considered sat isfactory Pierre Salinger House press secretary called at tention to the last exchange of messages between President Ken nedy and Soviet Premier Khrush chev In his Oct 27 message to Khrushchev Kennedy said he un derstood the Soviets to have agreecl to remove offensive weapons systems from Cuba under appropriate United Na tions observation and supervis ion There has been talk since of the Red Cross filling this role Later at the United Nations authoritative sources said the So viet Union tirst proposed last Sun day that the US Navy inspect outbound Soviet ships Agreement on details was reached late Wednesday the sourcec said They added that the Soviet Un ion had made the proposal be cause of Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castros opposition to inter national inspectors in Cuba The sources said the United States was quite happy with the agreement as far as it goes but its not a complete substitute for ontheground inspection In Washington there is wide spread belief that Castro is not he only fly in the inspection oint ment Despite the tight secrecy with which the Kennedy adminis tration has now surrounded nego iatons on Cuba there is reason o believe that representa wes have been trying to chisel away Khrushchevs commitment o international inspection For one thing his chief Cuban crisis negotiator at the United Na ions Foreign Minister Vasily Kuznetsov has been stalling on nal agreement for removal of 3et bombers from Cuba U S officials seem confident that they will be withdrawn eventually truest Traffic DC a Ik fk 2t Boara New Iowa governor vows crackdown on liquor laws T SP6ER fte office ways to stop illegal sale of liauor Mm DES MOINES Harold Hughes says he will crack down on liquor law violators when he takes office as Iowa governor next January The Methodist teetotaler said he would see that present laws are enforced until the laws are changed The 40yearold governorelect capped a campaign for liquor by the drink with an upset of Repub lican Gov Norman Erbe in Tues days election I realize Iowa wont have liq uor by the drink o v e r n i g h t Hughes said in an interview Thursday So when I take office I intend to do something immedi ately to enforce the present liquor laws Hughes said he will work hard to carry out his campaign pron Jses of liquor by the drink and I believe chances are good for changes in the liquor laws I dont think it will be impossible to get liquor law changes through the legislature Im convinced that 65 per cent of the Iowa citizens want liquor by the drink if it is properly en forced controlled and taxed He said he would have to study liquor control problems in more detail before outlining specific ways to stop illegal sale of liquor in Iowa Throughout his campaign Hughes criticized Erbe for failure to en force present liquor laws which limit the sale of liquor to bottles purchased in stateowned stores Hughes said that liquor laws were just one of many state prob lems he hopes to solve as gover nor He listed other major goals as property tax reli f increased in dustrial development and long range programs that will ease the problems of building and main taining good schools Hughes said he has not been briefed on federal proposals to re align the Iowa National Guard a move fought bitterly by Erbe I assume the Defense Depart ment certainly knows what it is doing and is trying to utilize the most efficient reserve forces Hughes said But I would not want to say how I will react to the proposals to realign the Guard until I am briefed on the details I hope to talk about this with Erbe So far I have had no com munication with him but I am hopeful we can get together and make a changeover of administra tion that will be as smooth as possible Hughessaid one of his first tasks will be to study proposed budgets of stale departments and meet with state officials to find out what money is needed and now we can get it I believe we can run the State of Iowa without major increases in taxes if the legislature adopts the program I suggest Hughes said He said however that imme diate property tax relief is need cd which must be taken from other sources of revenue Hughes said he would like to see the legislature pass a with holding provision on state income taxes which also has been recom mended by State Tax Commission Chairman X T Prentis an appointee Maybe I can work with Pren lis on this Hughes said I will need bipartisan participation to get these programs going Hughes said he didnt think the Republicandominated legislature would battle him because he left the Republican Party in 1957 to become a Democrat Certainly a man is entitled to follow the dictates of his consci ence Hughes said I dont think this will create any problems Hughes said he opposes state aid to schools that would include state controls or penalties against schools which are now raising suf   

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