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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 9, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper the Homo Th CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION e VOL 102 newspaper that mokes oil North lowans MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER W2 neighbors 10c a Paper Coiulsli of Two 84 5 Russian vessels halted checked New faces seen after election Most were unknowns By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Some new faces are on the na tional political scene A few have familiar names lik the son of the late Mr Republ can Sen Robert Taft ofOhio and the brother of Sen Thrusto B Morton of Kentucky the for mer GOP national chairman But most were political un knowns outside their immediat community or state The new governor of Vermon will be sandyhaired Philip H Hoff 37 the nun n me first Democrat BACKGROUND WV Keyser Jr the OF THE count r y71 nc youngest governor at 35 Hoff native of Greenfield Mass cam to Vermont a few years ago to se up a law practice The Wii liams College and Cornell Law School graduate was elected tc the legislature from Surling ton two years ago in hisfirs try at a major state office New Hampshire will get its firs Democratic governor in 40 year with the election of underdog Johi King of Manchester son of an immigrant Irish shoemaker King a rather short heavy set bespectacled attorney who was graduated from Harvard ant Columbia Law School scored hit upset victory over Republican John Pillsbury Another successful election un derdog was John A Love 45 alsc a lawyer who never held public office before He defeated Colo rados Democratic Gov Stephen L R McNichols seeking a thirc term Like Love another Republican making his first bid for public office come true was Congressmanelect Rogers C B Morton brother of the senator from Kentucky who won reelec tion Rogers Morton 47 a Maryland beef cattle farmer and industrial ist defeated Rep Thomas F Johnson who was indicted by federal grand jury three weeks ago Another name that belongs in the upset category is Henry Bell mon who became the first Repub lican ever to win the governorship of Oklahoma The 41yearold ex Marine smashed into a vote lead over millionaire W P Atkinson Democrat from almost the first precinct to report Bellmon a 6foot2 wheat farm er from near Billings was elected to the Oklahoma House of Repre sentatives in 1946 Taut was defeat ed for reelection two years later In 1060 he was named GOP state chairman a post from which he resigned to run for governor Give your fair share THE COMMUNITY CHEST Yes soy Cuban refugees Underground hangars UPI Cuban refugee sources said Friday Soviet MIG fighters and bombers are stored in secret Russianbuilt underground hangarssome with as many as It floors beneath tne 11 strategic air bases in Cubas six provinces The Student Revolutionary Directorate DRE issued a de tailed report on the 11 bases which it said was brought here by couriers from Cuba The bases all in northern Cuba would put jets only min utes from Florida and other points along the U S coast In some cases Russian engineers have enlarged and adapted eaves to house both fighters and bombers the DRE said Other underground hangars have been built in completely revamped military airports it added Some of the construction was disguised as low cost hous ing developments or public work Soviets balk at jet demands UNITED NATIONS NY AP Soviet Union is reported balking at removing Soviet bomb ers and at onsite inspection in Cuba and pressing for Fidel Cas tros fivepoint demands for end ing the Caribbean crisis US Ambassador Adlai E Ste venson told newsmen Thursday nightthese were among the sev eral outstanding issues being ar gued in his meetings with Krem lin negotiators The Cuban delegate Carlos Le chuga reportedly told other Latin American delegates that Castro considers his own government owns the bombers which the So viet Union sent secretly to him along with missiles and intends to keep the jets On orders of Premier Khrush chev the missiles are being cart ed away on ships reportedly over he objections of Castro But the Soviets have sidestepped saying anything about the bombers And the Soviet troubleshooters sent by Khrushchev from Moscow are standing by Castro in his de mands which include the Unite States giving up its big Guantan amo naval base Stevenson conferred for hours Thursday night with Sovie Deputy Foreign Minister Vasil V Kuznetsov He emerged from the meeting to tell newsmen We had anothe long talk about the unresolved is sues There are several outstanc ing issues Asked whether these issues in eluded the bomberandW inspection questions Stevenso said yes As to whether the Soviets wen echoing Castros fivepoint de mands Stevenson said The hammer on all those things A Communist source at the United Nations said the Soviet Un ion has hardened its stand an does not intend to make any fur ther concessions unless it get firmer guarantees that the Unitet States will not invade Cuba Cuba says the bombers wer bought from Russia and thu not under Moscows control News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Mrs Roosevelt eulogized UNITED NATIONS U S Ambassador Adlai bteveiison eulogized Eleanor Roosevelt in the General Assemb y as an inspiration and cherished friend of all mankind Stevenson and the 110nation assem bly vyhere Mrs Roosevelt once served as a U S dele gate ledthe world in mourning the death of the for mer first lady who will be buried Saturday Council discusses breviary VATICAN CITY Ecumenical council fathers to whether or not the breviary should be shortened The breviary or divine office is the Private recital of prayers a priest must make each day It takes an estimated hour and a long according to some council fathers who feel the time cuts into pastoral duties of busy priests Recount in Massachusetts BOSTON A recount appeared certain with down to 3285 votes over Gov est gubernatorial race in Massachusetts history Both men indicated they would request a recount Saturation road patrol DES Safety Commissioner Carl Pesch noting heavy weekend traffic death tolls late ly ordered the Iowa Highway Patrol to start a state wide saturation lawenforcement campaign At a spe cial meeting with the five patro area captains Pesch ordered the campaign into effect every weekend un til we start seeing results in lives saved Pesch said 22 persons havebeen killed in Iowa traffic accidents in the last two weekends New pessimism in Red China TOKYO Red China supplied new evidence of the gravity of its economic plight with an announce ment it will take from 20 to 25 years to mechanize its agriculture The Red regime had set the deadline originally at 10 years with semimechanization to be achieved m three Though no figures have been pub lished the Communist leadership belatedly admitted Jus year that the industrial great leap forward had been stalled by three years of natural calamities and human mismanagement Objects on decks were missiles Heading back to Russia WASHINGTON AP US Navy warships have intercepted five Russian vessels outbound from Cuba Missiles and missile equipment have been seen on the decks of at least three of them the Defense Department an nounced Friday Assistant Secretary of Defense Arthur Sylvester said four of the ships were intercepted this morn ing The fifth was contacted Thursday No missile components were reported aboard it Sylvester said the US Navy craft pulled close alongside the Russian ships Dvinogorsk Volgo les and Lavinsk and that the Russian crewmen pulled back tieavy canvas covering what ap peared to be missiles in skin tight casings designed to protect them from the sea and weather In each case US destroyers pulled alongside the Russian ships and helicopters flew over head The Pentagon spokesman said that the Russians gave their in spectors a friendly reception One Navy helicopter reported that the Russian ship Alapay evsk proffered a tie clasp and of vodka to Ameri cans Photographs were taken and are being returned here for analy sis by experts who first detected the missiles and their bases in Cuba from examination of recon naissance photographs taken by US aircraft The responsible people of this government are satisfied that what is being reported are the missiles Sylvester said but the inal determination will await analysis of the photographs which 3 Ji i The Defense Department lLaCOSevUP tf the Soviet ship Divmogorsk and their Said the Cuba SOVIET SHIPS IN CUBAN The Defense Department released this photo of three Soviet ships at the Mariel naval port in Cuba On shore ready for loading is what the depart ment identified as Soviet missileequip ment being returned From other government offi South Dakota vote prompts charges cials it was learned the United States has received indications hat several thousand Soviet tech nicians in Cuba presumed to be missile experts are preparing to ave the island The evidence of largescale atdie withdrawal of Soviet military per sonnel authorities hinted comes at least in part from aerial pho ographs showing movements of arge numbers of men from the rea of the dismantled missile to ports on Cubas north SIOUX FALLS AP South Dakota Republicans talked Friday of possible chicanery at the polls in the wake of Demo crat George McGoverns narrow election to the United States Sen ases oast The migration has been i in prog ess for several days officials aid Officials said that the signs that oviet missilemen are being with rawn provide one more piece of vidence that Premier Khrush hev is making good on his main ommitment to President Kenne y to remove nuclear missiles rom Cuba There was speculation here hat apart from moving missile equipment out of Cuba the Sovi tsor Cubans acting on their be may be blowing up some in the Cuban coast Ithough there was no confirma on of this Withdrawal of missile person al US officials said would still eave many thousands of Soviet echnicians including other weap ns experts in training missions the government of Pre mier Fidel Castro So far as is known here there as been no effort by the Rus ans to dismantle weapons in allations which the United ates in the past has considered s defensive On the inside Mason City News Pages t7 atest Markets 7 Society News I Clear Lake News 10 1M2 Editorials Comics 17 North Iowa News ft Pulloot Section ate McGovern former foodfor peace director for President Ken nedy won the seat by only 201 votes over incumbent Sen Joe Bottum RSD a countybycoun ty recheck of votes showed The states 1821 precincts have reported this unofficial vote total McGovern 128607 Bottum 128 496 Republicans talked about voting irregularities in western South Da kota and a recount to ensure an honest election McGovern a New Frontier Democrat replied that he is ab solutely certain that any recount or election contest would widen his margin He said Republicans dominated the election boards in the counties where Bottum sup porters have questioned election procedures Bottum 59 Rapid City attorney and former lieutenant governor who was tapped by his party to succeed the late Sen Francis Case said he planned to bring proper proceedings to contesl the election and secure a vote re count We feel there have been very substantial voting irregularities in South Dakota including Rapid ity he said These irregularities we think include registration of persons we feel certain were not qualified to vote An investigation of this mat ter is already underway LEARNING THE ROPES Gov Norman and GovEIedt Harold Hughes meet forthe first time since Hughes defeated Erbe for reelection in Tuesdays general election The two went over state affairs and Erbe filled Hughes in on the duties of the governorship Story on page Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 6 to 10 degrees above normal in Iowa for the five days Saturday through Wednesday It will be warmer atthe beginning of the pe nod Nights will be generally cool and days mild with only minor daytoday temperature changes Normal minimums range from the 20s in north ern Iowa to the lower 30s in the extreme south Norma highs generally are 44 to 50 Norainfall of consequence is indicated during the fiveday period North Iowa Fair and warmer through Saturday Lows Fri day in mid 50s owa Fair through Saturday Warmer Friday night lows 25 30 north and east 3035 southwest Continued mild Sat urday highs in the 50s Fur ther mild Sunday Minnesota Partly cloudy warmer Highs Saturday near 50 data 42 19 GlobeGazette weather ip to 8 a m Friday Maximum Minimum Bulletin EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE Calif1 UPI The rocket ship X15 rolled over and briefly trapped its pilot in the wreckage Friday when the nose wheel collapsed as it made an emergency land ing on a dry lake bed Space agency pilot John McKay was pulled from the wreckage by standby rescue crews who radioed back to this desert test base that the pilot was conscious SAME DATE1H15S4 Demos job no easier Small shift in House WASHINGTON AP Demo crats responsible for getting Pres ident Kennedys domestic pro gram through the House dont be lieve last Tuesdays elections made their job any easier They hold this view although he House lineup was changed only a Democratic majority of 261 to 174 in the last ongress to 259 to T76 in the new one A cold analysis of the results doesnt give any indication that the new House will be any more liberalminded than its predeces sor While publicly elated over fact that Democratic losses were far less than normal for an off year election party experts pri vately find little to be overjoyed about They point out that while the addition of liberal Democrats from such states as California has swelled the proKennedy ranks results in other areas have hinned them out again In Alabama for instance three Democrats normally classified as Kennedy supporters on domestic legislation ran in the last three positions among Democrats in a statewide race in which eight Democrats were returned to he House That plus the fact that Sen Lister Hill of Alabama almost lost to a Republican is likely to make the entire Alabama delegation be more conservativeminded And it also may give pause to a hand ful of other Southerners who backed Kennedy more often than not Adding to the Democrats prob lems was the defeat of six Dem ocrats in districts which because of redistricting pitted incumbent Democrats against incumbent Re publicans Five of the losers nor mally were supporters of the Presidents program In some districts liberal Dem ocrats upset incumbent Republi cans while in others some liberal Democrats were unseated by con servative Republicans It may be some time before a complete analysis can be made a top Democrat said privately Offhand it looks like we might have several gains on the liberal side but it may take a key test vote in the House itself to make certain what happened 84vote edge by Andersen in Minnesota FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES iMINNEAPOLIS M i n n e otas Republican Gov Elmer Andersen led his Demo craticFarmerLabor challeng er Lt Gov Karl Rolvaag by an eyelash in complete unof icial returns in the closest election since statehood However the official winner vont be declared until Nov 20 vhen the state canvassing ward meets and that decision ndoubtedly will be subject to recount Complete returns as tabu ated by the press service gave Andersen 619852 to 619768 for margin of 84 votes Pilot Dan Hanson reported the returns from the last two irecincts He flew them to Varroacl from the Northwest gle a remote part of Minne ota separated from the rest of he state by wide reaches of vater and actually an exten ion of Canadian soil Andersen although encour ged said he would have no urther comment Rolvaag was not available for omment A third candidate William Sraatz running on the Indus rial Government party ticket iled more than 6000 votes and cpt the eventual winner from aming a majority of ballots ast for governor The election climaxed the lost bitterly fought campaign n the memory of veteran ob ervers The candidates both skcd that guards be put on the allot boxes to prevent Umper ng with votes   

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