Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1930, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home I VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESSLEASED WIRE SERVICE EDITION I J t MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 3 1930 UNTTED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 203 ADMITS If I HIGHER TURNER TOTALS 189019 i Observers See Victory for j Hoover in Iowa Pri mary Vote jl DES MOINES June 3 f less than SOU precincts outstanding j Congressman L J Dickinson at noon today maintained a steady jv lead for the republican senatorial Cress and Long DICKS LEAD IS I LATEST COUNT Decisive Victories in Primary Election VICTORS IN IOWA PRIMARY nomination j His vote of 157506 in 1978 of the states 2434 precincts was more than half of all the ballots counted I Governor John Hammill who at J tacked Dickinsons support oE the 1 pending tariff bill polled 90484 and Frank J Ltmd avowed pro gressive candidate received 32524 W O Payne polled 10932 on a plat form opposing entrance into the j world court J Hammill conceded defeat in a v telegram to Dickinson which read Permit me to congratulate you on your primary victory and to assure Vou of my good wishes for your Juture success UJjf3 Senator Daniel F Steck was Vsijjhosen without opposition to bear rVf Jhe democratic standard in the election He made no j the state or Has 62 Per Cent OT e turns from ii j x gube r Jrfatorial jjomiuatiolni gave D ah Turn ip ei sponsor of a state IncQme tax ij plan 626 per cent of the votes f counted He polled 189019 ballots and continued to amass a huge lead as the last rural precincts were report g Ed Smith secretary of state re ceived 94915 and was barely hold ing his proportion behind urner Otto Lange had a total of 17778 Dickinsons victory was seen by OES HIOINES June 3With 181 precincts out of 210 reported Gilbert Huugeii was leading Senator Uenson for congressman 13033 to 11331 stranu niid B171 In the third district the cqunt showed Koh inson 14417 Galloway tOG49 DES MOINES Juno 3 J Dickinsons lead for the republican senatorial nomina tion over Gov John Hummlll neared tho 75000 mark this Un official reports from 2122 of 2434 precincts gave Dickinson 100800 or 54 per cent of the total vote counted Hammill polled OG773 tund 35498 and Pnyno 11774 DES MOINES Juno 3 W Turners plurality over Ed M Smith in the race for tho republi can nomination for governor passed 100000 votes ut p m today when 2110 of tho states 2434 pre cincts had been Turners total of 203415 was 628 per cent of all tho votes cast in the reported precincts Smiths total was 101Glfi and Otto Langos 18854 i sill i I a many i gube e political observers here as a rati Hcation of President Hoovers poli cics and of the new agricultural VOTE TABULATED Tables allowing the county by county vote on both the senator ship and tho governorship will be j found on Page 2 5tariff rates During the campaign e Dickinson pledged his support to the president and the federal farm S board He has been tenth district repre sentative in congress for 12 years during which he has been active in promoting farm relief measures He us credited with having introduced ithe first resolution in the house to i investigate the fall in farm com modity prices A native of Lucas bounty Dickinson is 56 years old Lead in River Counties l His lead was obtained in all parts tit the state altho he ran strongest j in northern and western Iowa Hammill held tiie advan jjtage In a few eastern counties not Scott and Muscatine He also1 tjled in Wapello and Washington complete unofficial rc JJVjturns showed ii11 All present state officers except of state Smith and the Itf Turn to Page 2 Column 4 DES MOINES Juno 3 XpjKe tnrns from 1547 of 2434 precincts for secretary of state gayc Grcemvnlt 56516 or 325 per cent Hazlett 41134 or 237 per cent Hlndlcy 26413 or 152 per cent Sounders 50037 or perjsput MOINES June 3 superintendent of public Instruction 1262 precincts of 2433 in the state gave Samnclson Smith 53550 DES MOINES Juno 3 treasurer of state 1844 precincts of 2433 in tho state gave Burbank 54424 Johnson 86008 IAUNT HET By Robert Quillen I Bein1 purty dont help a girl much More fellers want to take her ridin but theyre the kind that take other u girls ridin when their wives J t get kind o seedy Road Bonds Lose Out in Hancock Vote GARNER Tune voters turned thumbs down on the pro posal to bond the county for 000 for pavement in the primary electiQn yesterday final reports to day showed The vote was 1835 for and 1994 against The proposal would have paid for pavement from Garner to the nebago line and also three miles to the Wright county line Other officers elected were Sheriff PeckHanson 1740 George Morgan 443 Bruce Orr 458 James Roth 908 and H H Stolten bury 545 John H Welsh 89 County attorney L C Beaumont 1587 H C Meyers 1982 Others nominated all unopposed were Chris Jacobs auditor John bault treasurer Charles Johansen clerk Fern Katter recorder HILL IS WINNEK CHARLES CITY June Hill Nora Springs in 14 out of 16 precincts reporting was leading his opponent Senator Brookins for the state senatorship by a count of 1 587 to 1203 C F Moore is leading with 2607 votes to 1230 for A C Lowe in the race for county auditor ship F M Graham had 2196 votes to 1752 for his opponent Sanders A 13 Fours with 2215 is well ahead of his three competitors in the con flict for the county altorneyshlp COMPETITION IN BUTLER ALLISON June was plenty of competition in Wright county offices here yesterday The results for county auditor W J Greon 1454 L B Shepard 2514 treasurer Frank Knight 1338 Lee I Larks 1645 V E Rogers 1101 recorder George Goeman 1538 Mary E Black 2742 For clerk of courts Roy Patter son 1699 B L Ellcnger 2367 prosecuting attorney John Behnke 1221 Harvey Carter 446 James Graham 1664 Sheriff Henry W Burma unop posed supervisor first district C C Hickle 1072 A A Jacobs 485 third district R P Boze 820 John Schoneman 024 Charles Schroge 130 Ben Holdenberger 45 W J Harmon 134 TOROESOX NOMIXATKn NOFITHWOOD June county voters returned S R Torge Tnrn to Page 2 Column 0 SDK AND OVE FAVORITES CERRO G Congressman Haugen Gets Support Hazlett Receives Overwhelming Vote in County 1 Unofficial returns from Mondays primary election in Cerro Gorcio county gave Sheriff G E Cress a two to one victory for renomination and Dr E Long a similar margin for nomination as state represen tative The county gave large pluralities to L J Dickinson for United Dan Turner for governor and G N Haugen Tor rcpresen States senator tative Sheriff Cress was renotninated by a vote 3527 to 2071 over his ponent George Crawford who made i I sv sheriff T A L J DICKIXSON for Senator DAN TURNER for Governor CERRO GQRDQ COUNTY VOTE BY PRECINCTS second attempt at the office Sheriff Cress carried all ot the precincts in Mason City by a two to one vote Mr Crawford however managed to carry the second ward in Cleav Lake and ran well in sev eral of the rural precincts He car ried Plymouth by two to one as j well as Rock Falls Jleservey and Pleasant Valley Defeats C Flies Dr Long county coroner here Eor many years made an extraordinary run for state representative from Cerro Gorcio county defeating the present occupant of that office Charles W Files of Portland by a vote of 3063 to 1001 Dr Long carried nil eight of the I Mason City precincts by a two to SENATOR GOVERNOR SHERIFF CO REP REP in CONG 4th Dist SEC OF STATE H R COMMIS 7 6 T P o O 3 tra 1st Pr 1st W 219 2nd Pr 1st W 1st Pr 2nd W 2nd Pr 2nd W 1st Pr 3rd W 2nd Pr 3rd W 1st Pr 4th W 2nd Pr 4th W C L 1st Ward C L 2nd Ward C L 3rd Ward Bath Clear Lake Twp Dougherty FallsPlymouth FallsRock Falls Geneseo Grant GrimcsMcservey GrimesThornton Lake Township Lime Creek Lincoln Mason Mt Vrrnon Owen Pleasant Valley Portland Union 168 307 ISfi 259 157 197 S2 201 121 2n 160 15 64 43 85 S3 97 45 50 67 51 45 3 59 37 90 SI U9 S7 55 78 57 98 31 02 38 3 21 12 an ifi 19 21 9 27 28 0 54 39 58 73 G3 85 45 48 18 36 3 12 22 7 15 36 31 12 21 22 41 I 1 5 M O1 13 D 23 17 23 14 28 12 i 11 20 o S n 144 138 210 147 137 83 108 76 100 67 104 91 7 32 27 CO 30 23 33 10 28 10 36 45 24 32 30 25 202 145 300 191 251 192 190 106 183 125 217 ofi 11 65 35 95 300 50 109 108 81 58 35 52 92 37 247 190 382 249 286 200 227 121 179 94 184 51 160 22 34 26 93 91 31 81 no 61 85 73 63 33 40 79 52 124 38 138 108 120 B5 108 82 119 116 165 8T 5 6fi 38 79 51 38 68 f3 21 46 28 37 28 50 44 26 110 102 111 90 12 87 98 43 53 44 97 46 89 10 4J 28 66 85 29 51 84 35 SO 49 48 33 41 90 39 222 168 383 244 268 178 212 134 19S 124 186 24 94 28 87 47 49 33 27 35 34 17 137 70 115 118 130 108 124 66 79 28 56 7 24 10 45 51 0 25 51 22 36 30 2S 12 22 3S 19 178 185 aie 195 207 126 158 79 169 80 19 14 B 37 S7 49 80 64 n 14 42 36 41 69 26 19 19 38 1S 42 31 22 20 14 29 2ti 17 8 10 17 19 7 21 12 9 19 11 11 5 6 13 2 17 29 24 20 23 30 26 7 9 16 6 19 5 25 3 8 8 12 4 3 6 6 1 1 7 292 222 376 25 281 202 233 129 178 127 388 52 121 14 77 36 73 44 7 64 75 62 54 37 47 71 27 39 22 74 36 71 39 26 15 46 26 54 3 37 3 6 14 10 IS 7 22 S 4 13 J6 6 10 13 23 10 0 6 9 17 9 13 14 4 11 10 1 S 1 6 1 7 5 9 1 7 42 60 50 50 69 74 48 27 26 an 54 17 11 4 43 14 9 20 39 16 18 19 30 J3 8 21 14 40 59 133 47 72 55 93 38 47 12 45 4 16 3 34 22 10 16 21 15 12 11 21 13 20 16 9 201 134 267 192 120 126 149 86 321 71 129 26 60 11 40 26 47 37 33 67 34 25 38 36 21 24 26 59 9 165 117 283 398 108 126 147 84 120 85 1 16 15 59 12 52 16 11 35 is 63 37 26 17 34 20 24 35 44 j 14 575 71 244 1921 328S 3527 2071 1901 3063 2752 Beauty Operator Wont Pay Fine for Cutting Hair Minus License j LINCOLN Nebr June 3 I1 The distinction between a tologist nnd a barber is to be le tennined by the Nebraska supreme court Mitis TCmnia Lane secretary of j the state board of cosmetology has objected to paying a fine for cut ting hair of women and children and her case has reached the high er court She contends she is not re quired by law to obtain an addition al license when she already has one to operate a beauty shop The case has been taken under advisement by the court l TdkeS Floyd f LtOUTlty JP TOm HdUgeU If you think prohibition is being enforced better than nny other law just park alongside of a Florida JimcsLnion BULLETIN CHAIILKS CITY lnni When tin sinoki nf baltle rlearal in Kiiivd county Stale Senator A Benson Klkadcr was found to bo leading Con gressman X Haugen North wood hy a margin of five votes Ilangen received 1682 votes and Benson received 087 W Sf Strand Dooorah received 298 BCIISOU carried 10 of the 16 precincts in the county DES MOINES June 3 G Gilchrist of Laurens present state senator today was leading a three cornered race for the repub lican nomination tor congress for the seat now occupied by L 1 Dickinson of Algona chosen as the republican candidate for United States senator to oppose Daniel F Steck of Ottnmwa democratic holder oC the senatorial soat Congressmen W F Kopp of Mount Pleasant T J Robinson ot Hampton and Gilbert N Haugen of Norlliwood all were leading their opponents in races to succeed them selves in the national house of rep resentatives Gilchrist running in the tenth district had polled 12S89 votes when 212 of the 318 precincts in his district had been cnmplctod Fred Larrnbcc of Fort Dodge was Turn lo ligc I Column H ona and three to one plurality and also madedeep inroads on the farm er cantiidates vote in the rural dis tricts Mr Files howevar carried lis home township by the eiicour iging plurality of 00 to 34 and most of the rural townships allho Dr Longgot surprising support thru out the farm sections carrying Clear Lake township Dougherty Plymouth Gcncseo Mesorvcy Thornton and Lime Creek and tied In Rock Falls and Mason township Dr Long duplicated his Mason City run in Clear Lake carrying each ward by a two to one and three tn one vote Cerro Gordo county voiced its ex pression emphatically in favor of advancing Mr Dickinson of Algona from the lower to the upper house in congress The Algona man car ried every precinct in Cerro Gordo county overwhelming vote over his two opponents Frank Lund and John Hammill Governor Ham mill made a poor run even in Ma son City and especially so In th rural districts Mr Lund ran ahead of the governor in several rural sec tions as well as in one ward at Clear Lake and in the second pre cinct of the third ward in Mason City Mr Dickinson received 3200 to 1233 for Mr Hammill and S75 for Mr Lund Helped Nominali Turner Cerro Gordo county also helped nominate Mr Turner who carried all but two of the 20 precincts Ed Smith however carried Bath and Mount Vernon townships Otto Lange made a poor run thruout the county The vote was 3288 for Mr Turner 1D24 for Mr Smith and 244 for Mr Lange Congressman Haugen carried all but one precinct in the county in his attempt to he rcnonwnated With returns from al of the 2 precincts Mr Haugen had a total of 2752 votes C A Benson of Kl kader l65n nnd VV M Strand of De coran 472 in Cerro Gordo county Mr Benson managed to carry Lin coln township Cerro Gordo counly paid its usual respect to John M Hnzlett oC Ma CHICAGO June 8 I son City for secretary or state glv iiH she testified Mrs Mary 1 1 iug him an overwhelming plurality Thomas 64 a widow declared in over Ins opponents Mr Haxlett ru court today that Clyde L Worthing cciveVi a total of 307 votes to I no ton alleged fig land embezzler Tor Charles Hindley 671 for Wii 3rd in Four CorneredRun DES MOINES June 3 more than threefourths of the states 2434 precincts reported atil p m it appeared probable that the four candidates for the republican nomination for secretary of state would have to carry their case to party convention before one of them may be selected to oppose Mrs Flora Cotton Btter of Sigour ney democrat in the regular elec tion G C Green wait former vice of Llie Iowa depnrlmenc of the American Legion was in the lead but his percentage of the lo tal vote was only 3f2 per cent whereas 35 per cent is needed to nominate Siiiindcrs Had 2flj fVr Cent W rc C Sauiulers chairman of the state board oC conservation was second with 206 per cent of the to tal John M Hnzlott of Mason Cky unsuccessful candidate two yearn afro third with 24 per cent anil Cunrles Hindley oC Clive fnurlh with 152 pncent The votes in 1828 precincts rrcrnivalt Saumlrrs irii7lrtt Ilindhy In all the other campaigns for re publican nomination tor state of fices below governor were well in the load Arch McFaiInnc of Waterloo lieutenant governor held a moiv than two to one lead over Oscar Ulstacl of Holmes bis total in lSS precincts being 138005 against 61 782 for Ulstacl Ray K Johnson of MuKcntinc well ahead in the race for trcns Tiirii 1o 2 Column 3 472 326 3607 671 380 891 980 2219 il70 Widow Sobs Out Tale of G r a f t e rs Duping Her Out of Money Home had diiperl her out of her home bonds and cash Today she is workj wait ing for a week in a loop depart ment store as a duster she said Wortliington is on trial charged with embezzling approximately S27 000 from the woman liam Suundcrs and 326 for Green Be sure youre right and that the traffic cop is good natiircd and that your insurance is paid up ami that you have at least an oven chance of beating the I ruck on your left and that the lighl is green and then aheaH Is Ahead Charles Webster and Fred Wood ruff ran ahead for railroad commis sioners Mr Webster received 2170 Mr Woodruff 2219 to 852 H Bell and 9S9 for Starr Cogswell Miss Agnes SamuelHon who well known in the rural nnd town schools outside of Mason City re ceived a two to one vote for re nomination to the office of supcrin Turn In 1ngc Cnlmnu M IOWA WEATHER Tliumlir shoucrs Tuesday niglil or Wiilncsday fnolpr in cast portion of I he stale Wednesday LOCAL STATISTICS weather figures for 24 hour period ending al 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday Minimum in Night At 8 a in Tiiisilav 67 Kiiinfull Inclus It required an election to bring forth the ram After more thiin a week of rainless weather lie opened Monday night ami drenched North Iowa with more Hum an inch of water within an hour period Dirt roads were converted into quagmires as more than one ot ihe GlobeGazettes election rcporlei who radiated out from Mason City to pick up the returns in rural precincts can testify
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.