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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1962, Abilene, Texas ACC U Mdf 7 H-SU 27 Wor 21 Mn Mf 21 W.lHB taM stmfc TO) T S" ,1J SUNDAY 'WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR'-P WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 82ND YEAR, NO. 148 "ABILENE, TEXAS. SUNPAY MORNING, NOVEMBER n. PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS Red Ships Submit To U. S. Inspection PLEASED TO MEET CHA, GENERAL-Young Tim Smith son of Tholbert Smith of 1718 Matador, shakes hands with Mai..Gen.Jhomas op adjutant general of Texas, as National Guard Brig. Gen. Ralph Krieger of Abilene smiles happily Gen. Bishop was speaker for Veterans Day activities a fhe in Fai? Park Armament displays .there tinue on exhibit Sunday. See story On Pg. 5-A. (Staff Photo by Jimmy Parsons) Connally Winner In 200 Counties By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS John Connally carried 200 count- ies in winning the race for gov- ernor, final tabulations by the Texas Election Bureau showed Saturday. Jack Cox, the Republican, car- ried 54 counties and polled 45 per cent of the vote, the highest per- centage the Republicans have captured in any Texas governor's race since 1869 when they elected its vote for the best showing of repairable toys to fill out all the the party in any county. othei" McLennan (Waco) gave the Democrats the highest percentage with 61.8 among the larger coun- ies. Of the top four counties in vote E. J. Davis. The success of Connally in Ut tne lop lour counues in vuit: ".-v----- strength, Connally carried both which they are willing to give up Bexar and Tarrant Counties. The may bring them to any fire sta- latter was won by the Republi- tion, Tindell said Firemen will cans in the 1960 presidential elec- repair the toys and dolls and the trimming the frequent Republican tnajorities and erasing it in some cases in the state's most populous counties contributed heavily to his victory by votes. Connally received bal- lots, Cox and Jack Cars- well, Constitution party candidate, lion and by Republican John Tow- er in the 1961 special senate race with Democrat William Blakely Wltn Democrat William Diancjy wii-oa K.V Bexar went for Kennedy in the may be given to children of the The total vote was largest for Texas in a non-presi- dential year. An estimated unreported votes in 14 counties were not included in that total. tial vote still not counted was Tabulation by Counties, Pg. 10-A Goodfellows Need More Dolls, Toys Goodfellows need several hun- dred more dolls and a number of ty, which went Tower and overwhelmingly [or the OOP's Richard Nixon in 1960. Cox (ell a percentage point or two in Dallas County below the Nixon and Tower figures. Final tigurcs in other races be- fore the Election Bureau, an un- By BEM PRICE GUANTAlAMO BAY. Cuba U.S. guided missile warship Dahlgren dogged a Soviet freighter through the Windward Passage on Saturday to make sure the vessel's cargo of missiles would not be returned to Cuba. Lashed to the deck of the Soviet ship, the Leninsky Kom- somol, were eight canvas-shroud- ed long objects, presumably the missiles the Soviet skipper ex- posed to U.S. surveillance Friday ifter.a six-hour holdout against nspection. The Dahlgren took up escort of the Leninsky Komsomol after the U.S. destroyer leader Norfolk photographed the uncov- ered missiles from alongside The -Norfolk, commanded by Capt John R. Beardall Jr., sight- Smp INTERCEPTED The U. S. Destroyer Barry pulls alongside tne Kussian freighter Anosov in the Atlantic Ocean Saturday morning for an_jnte_rceptionjp ed the Soviet ship Friday morn- ing, made radio contact and came alongside at 9 a.m. The Leninsky freighter Anosov in me uceoii inspect its cargo. A U. S. Navy patrol plane hovers overhead. For a closeup look at Soviet ship, see Pg. 4-A. (AP Wirephoto) _____________ Komsomol had the nose and tall. r sections of two missiles uncov- ered. An hour later the Norfolk asked that all missiles be Uncovered, Christmas stockings which other- wise would remain empty, Good- fellow Chairman Bill Tindell said Saturday. Abilenians who have dolln or toys (from bicycles on down) VFW Auxiliary and many volun- teer helpers throughout the city will dress the dolls so that they families at presidential election by underprivileged votes. Christmas. Connally shaved the Republican____________ lead to votes in Harris Coun- jn a mass campaign among Dolls and toys were contributed -ere nui iiiwuucu m jore nureau, ail un- The only county with a substan- otfifcial vote counting organiza- il itrtfa ctill nftl rnuntfd W3S __ __.j_-i :t _ inK.ilnt cnnivwi. tion, ended its tabulations (Demo- Lt. Gov.: Preston Smith Bill Hayes Atty. Gen.: Waggoner Carr 989, 117, Evcrton Kennedy will get the repairable toys soon, they Congress-at-large: Joe Pool ready for the Goodfellow iicu Hun Jim Wells, where the re- crats ,isted turns were impounded until next week. Jim Wells reported ballots in the governor's race with an estimated still to be Gillespie County (Fredericks- I toy store in mid-December, burg) gave Cox 74.7 per cent of Sec CONNALLY. Pg. 6-A, Col. 1.---------.----------------------- DOES IT MEAN '2-PARTY' STATE? Politicians Seek "Why Of Tuesday's Elections By KATHARYN DUFF Reporter-News Assistant Editor Everybody knows now what happened but politicians are try- Ing to figure out why it happened as it did Tuesday. Republicans. But in late years Democrats have not been consis- tent in their turnout and when they do get to the polls they don't always to vote Democratic. know how to win elections and who really tried on this one, didn't win? Did Tuesday's voting mean this is Indeed a "two party" state? Post election second gucsscrs My the turnout, l.S-plus million voters, was a surprise and It worked, In most places, to Demo- cratic advantage. raw True, there are In most parts out to vote for John .ABIL d. Sunday VUJPUl Fair lluwish Monday, toOa .y .id Sunday" BUM. cnanffe In temperature Monday, niln sSiv near 75. Low Sunday nignt Hish 'Monday near 70. II Si 53 48 53 60 M n g cemeiu wuuv, uicwu.s av ---------j nigh and low (or aaas he was leaving bloody footprints d.u on the pavement. tat _ BaromeKr reaetouT at p.m.: Humidity at I P.m.: Of Phone Rates, CPAs, Car Taxes and Politics (See Editorial, lft-B) Help Yourself to Sab Vaccine Today!
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