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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette June 2, 1936

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 2, 1936, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLII FSVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIEB SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 2 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 202 DICKINSON HERRING TO FIGHT IT OUT GEORGE WILSON KRASCHELWININ GOVERNOR RACE in Contests for Senator DES MOINES primary voters Tuesday gave Senator Lester J Dickinson bitter republican foe of the new deal and Gov Clyde L SC j Mow I Herring staunch democratic de IX Otate iVldy fender a chance to fight it out for A XT 1 Selection as United States senator wait Nomination by Conventions DES MOINES L3VGeorge Wil son of Des Moines won the repub lican nomination for governor and Nelson G Kraschel of Harlan the democratic gubernatorial nomina tion unofficial returns showed Tuesday As tabulation of the returns neared a close both candidates had i from iowa With more than of the states precincts reporting their vote in Mondays primary both held leads that were mounting as late returns filtered in political observers agreed they had gained the nominations Dickinson Iowas dark horse re publican presidential nomination possibility issued a statement claiming the nomination which said wide margins over their opponents Wilson polled in pre cincts while John M Grimes re ceived and George Gratifying to Dickinson Kraschel was ahead of Justice Richard Mitchell to Mrs Alex Miller won the demo cratic nomination for secretary of Results of Mondays primary are very gratifying to me Naturally I am pleased over my nomination and gratified by the general support ac corded my candidacy in both the rural communities and the urban centers The vote clearly indicates the The silverhaired senator who c state C W Storms the democratic faiUl of the people of Iowa in the nomination for auditor and Thomas republican party and their al L Curran the democratic nomina1 legiance to sound fundamental tion for secretary of agriculture Hanson and Benson Frank M Hanson won the repub lican auditor nomination and C A Benson the republican secretary of agriculture race There was a slight doubt on whether Vincent Harrington won the democratic lieutenant governor nomination and W C Edson the re publican nomination for the same offices since the vote percentage was near the amount required Contests in both parties for at torney general seemed likely to go to convention Other races appar entlv headed for determination by state conventions were republican secretary of state and republican railroad commissioner Harrington and Edson Returns for state offices showed Democrats for lieutenant gover nor Hanna Harrington per cent Irwin Republicans for lieutenant gover nor Edson per cent McBirnie Van Buren Democrats for secretary of state Miller Ross Republicans for secretary of state Devine Hindley Johnson Mohnssen Wood per cent Democrats for auditor Barrels Storms Republicans for audtor Hanson Jackson Democrats for attorney general Cooney Hamilton Mitchell per cent Welch Republicans for attorney general Davidson per cent Fisher Shaw Uhl Democrats for secretary of agri culture Aaberg Curran Republicans for secretary of ag riculture Benson Silver Republica sioner for railroad commis Evans per cent McCaughan Paulson Pazour LOCATElSSING BOY IN CHIC AGO Son of Financier Says He Decided to Make Own Way in World CHICAGO William Webster Theile 15 son of a New York fi nancier who has been missing from his home since May 3 was located here Tuesday the Daily Times said in a copyrighted story The boy was in good health and making his living by selling maga zines the paper said It reported that his parents had been notified and were on their way here to r turn him I was fed up on society life and decided to make my own way in the the boy was quoted served 12 years as congressman be fore he was elected to the senate in 1930 did not mention his chances of gaining the presidential nomination but said Herring in Statement From now until the November election I shall dedicate my best ef forts to the cause of the republican party and to the support of its Herring issued a formal statement shortly after the vote was an nounced saying I appreciate with all my heart this vote of confidence not only in me and my administration but in the whole new deal program It was especially pleasing to me to note that my lead gained as rural pre cincts were included showingthat the farmers of Iowa are behind the state and national new Totals Votes Dickinson in 1943 precincts to taled votes or per cent I of the ballots cast in the republican senatorial primary Smith W Erookhart former Iowa senator who returned to Iowa to make the race after serving the new deal admin istration as a Russian trade expert followed with votes The oth er four candidates were far back Herring in 1867 precincts col lected votes Congressman Hubert Utterback who decided to oppose Herring while still serving his first term in the United States hcuse of representatives polled 6S4 The other candidate was dis tanced Total Party Votes The total democratic vote for senator so far was the to tal republican vote The primary two years ago democrats polled republicans Dickinsons supporters agreed Tuesday that his clearcut victory helped his chances materially at the republican national convention next week They also agreed that a Dickin sonHerring race for the senate in the fall would be a fight with a clearcut new Available returns showed Dickin son with his greatest strength in counties with larger cities Polk county with Des Moines city vote gave him votes to for Brookhart his nearest opponent Wins Home County Twentynine Woodbury county precincts many of which reflected Sioux City republican vote gave him to 904 for Brookhart Fortythree of Black Hawk county and Waterloos 47 precincts pro duced Dickinson votes to 332 Brookhart ballots Thirty Mason City and Cerro Gor do county precincts voted for Dickinson to for Brookhart Wapello county and Ottumwa went to Ottumwa Mayor Edwin C Man ning while Linn county and Cedar Rapids piled up a majority for Guy C Linville Cedar Rapids attorney Eleven Kossuth county precincts gave Dickinson 577 votes more than twice what it cast for all five of bis opponents Algona the sena tors home town is the Kossuth county seat Leads Along River Governor Herring piled up his lead in the strong democratic river cities and counties although he ran abreast of Utterback in central Iowa considered Utterbacks strong hold Twentyseven of Dubuque coun tys 36 precincts piled up votes for the governor against for the congressman In Scott county 32 out of 43 precincts gave Herring to Utterbacks 593 Eighteen of 37 Clinton county precincts voted Herring Ut terback 596 Cerro Gordo countys Biermann and Talle Congress Nominees Senate Winners CLYDE L HERRING ELTHON WINNER OVER AASGAARD Gets Republican Nomination for State Senate From 3 Counties Leo Elthon of Fertile won the re publican nomination for state sena tor from the firtyfirst senatorial district completed results showed Wednesday following the primary With all of the 46 precincts com pleted Eltbon received votes white his opponent M A Aasgaard received Results were Elthon Mitchell 827 Winnebago Aasgaard 617 1133 858 Totals Heads Hygiene Department AMES John Grant farmer assistant professor of hy giene was named head of the hy giene department at Iowa State col lege to succeed Dr J F Edwards 30 precincts piled up votes for Herring 761 for Utterback Woodbury for Herring Twentyeight of 57 precincts in Woodbury county site of the Wood bury county graft investigation which involved some democratic state officials voted for Her ring gave Utterback 912 votes Linn county home county of the Cedar Rapids Gazette which cam paigned against vice and corrup tion in Herrings administrationand urged his defeat in this primary gave the governor a small margin over Utterback to Polk county home county of both candidates went for Utterback giving him votes to for Herring Manning Runs Third Following Brookhart in the repub lican race was Manning with votes Norman Baker former Mus catine cancer treatment hospital op erator who returned to Iowa from Texas to run for the nomination polled votes Guy Linville 923 and George Chaney Deg Moines lecturer and economist trailed with The third candidate In the demo cratic senatorial primary Samuel D Whiting of Iowa City was dis tanced when he collected only votes The primary vote Monday ap parently was on a par with the primary vote two years ago on the basis of returns so far tabulated GWYNNE CHOSEN BY REPUBLICANS IN 3RD DISTRICT Murray Pulls Ahead of Bell in 8th District Demo Contest Representative Fred Biermann of Decorato received the fourth district democratic nomination by a large majority over Sam D Goetsch also of Decorah Returns from 252 of the districts 257 precincts gave Bier mann and Goetsch For the republican nomination H O Talle of Decorah was the win ner receiving votes as com pared to for Charles H Gelo of Mason City and for Edward J Markle of New Hampton based on returns from all but 3 precincts In the third district John W Gwynne of Waterloo incumbent re ceived the republican nomination with votes while William Galloway of Waterloo received 653 The democratic nomination was won by A C Willford of Wa terloo who polled votes com pared with for Jesse E Cundy of Cedar Rapids for Ernest J Seeman of Readlun and for William A Reed of Waterloo The BiermannGoetsch vote com plete except for one precinct in Delaware one in Floyd two in and one in Allamakee was Biermann Goetsch Cerro Gordo Howard S26 Mitchell 542 Worth 375 Buchanan 520 Chickasaw 976 Clayton Delaware 520 Fayette 970 Floyd 364 Winneshiek Allamakee 725 857 1961 129 212 952 i 827 i 314 i 451 163 717 ON THE INSIDE PHILLIPS GOLDSBOROTJGH Condition of Insured Banks m Iowa Gams ON PAGE 10 Riceville Man Killed in Accident at Taopi ON PAGE 8 G 0 Senators to Oppose Any Tax Bill ON PAGE 2 Auto Sales Continue to Register Advances ON PAGE 11 Totals The vote for the fourth district republican nomination complete ex cept for one precinct in Floyd coun ty and two in Winneshiek county was Gelo Markle Talle Cerro Gordo 811 991 VI 267 823 Mitchell 361 50S Worth 323 217 Buchanan 500 579 569 Chickasaw 238 511 Clayton 296 353 Delaware 355 775 862 438 892 Floyd 454 532 549 Winneshiek 103 79 Allamakee 624 233 Totals Returns for 248 of the 249 pre cincts in the third district with one precinct from Wright county being the only one not reporting were Republican Gwynne Galloway County Ben ton Black Hawk Bremer Butler Franklin Grundy Hardin Marshall Tama Wright Totals 862 948 Democrat 412 351 375 699 739 993 f 3 5 a I s a I I Benton 150 Black Hawk 427 Bremer Butler Franklin Grutidy Hardin Marshall Tama Wright 286 95 41 124 90 50 110 51 99 317 292 80 807 577 444 41 250 101 45 197 121 62 300 128 54 150 199 22 63 60 81 673 332 34 294 74 Totals Eicher and Calhoun Returns from the other congres sional contests gave First district complete Demo crat Bell Eicher re publican Calhoun Hudler Lord Second district 188 precincts out of 217 Democrat Jacobsen Koob republican Elliott 268 Penningroth Poston 935 Fifth district 157 precincts out of 324 Democrat Swanson Burdock Baldridge re publican Thurston Moore Murray Takes Lead Sixth district 182 precincts out of 215 Democrat Chatterton Dunlap Gould republi can Dowell Hallagan Klein 820 Lewis Kilkinson 406 Neal Seventh district 241 precints out of 310 Democrat Wearin Petty Eighth district 169 precinsts out of 319 Democrat Murray Bell Ninth district 165 precincts out of 308 Republican DeWolf Hilton Wolf S From Decorah In the fourth congressional dis trict an unusual aspect of the pri maries was provided by the fact that three of the candidates are from Decorah Fred Biermann who now holds the post and Sam D Goetsch were opponents for the democratic nomination while Prof H O Talle of Luther college a re publican was sthe other candidate from Decorah Talle was opposed in the race for the republican nomination by Charles H Gelo of Mason City and Edward J of New Hamp ton Gelo probably carried on the most intensive campaign of any of the candidates although in general the campaigns were dull Biermann concentrated on his official duties and gave little attention to the cam paign 4 In Race lor Nomination Four candidates in the third dis trict race for the democratic nom ination made that contest one of exceptional interest in the party A C Willford of Waterloo who went to Washington for the district in the Roosevelt landslide but lost out in the last election was again a can didate opposed by Jesse E Cuny of Cedar Rapids Ernest J Seemann of Readlyn and William A Reed of Waterloo For the republican nom ination Waterloo offered the two candidates John W Gwynne the in cumbent and William Galloway North Iowa also followed closely the eighth district contest as Ray Murray of Buffalo who served the last term as state sec retary of agriculture branched into a new field to seek the democratic nomination as congressman with Andrew Bell of Denison furnishing the opposition Fred C Gilchrist of Laurens incumbent had no oppo sition for the republican nomina tion DECLARATION OF WAR REPORTED IN SOUTH CHINA Japanese Claim Canton Break With National Government SHANGHAI auth orities announced late Tuesday night that the South China govern ment at Canton had declared war against the national Chinese gov ernment demanding the latter order a national war against Japan Chinese political sources however denied any knowledge of an inde pendent movement in South China and branded the Japaese report as Chinese authorities in Shanghai stated the relations at the present time betfeen Canton and Nanking had never been On Verge of Union They added Canton and Nan king are on the verge of a complete Recent indications from South China have been that the Chinese in that politically op posed to the Nanking sought military opposition to the continued infiltration of Japanese from Formosa The southern Chinese particular ly the students passed resolutions asking that Nanking take steps to block the increased Japanese mili tary advance in North China as represented in recent days by the reinforcing of Japanese army garri sons in many North China cities Leaves for Europe Chou Lou chancellor of thei na tional university of Canton and member of the South China political council left for Europe May 28 os tensibly to attend the Heidelberg university celebration Political ob servers saw a deeper significance to his departure for he was the prin cipal antiNanking spokesman in Canton Strikers Back to Work DES MOINES of the Burch Biscuit company of Des Moines who had been on strike for higher wages and improved working conditions returning to work under the settlement agreed upon last Wednesdav Report Schuschnigg to Visit Mussolini FLORENCE Italy Chancellor Kurt Schuschnigg came here by airplane Tuesday from Ven ice where he has paused on a trip from Vienna It was generally un derstood he intended to confer with Premier Mussolini in the near fu ture TteWeather FORECAST IOWA Cloudy to partly cloudy Tuesday night and Wednesday cooler Tuesday night except near Dubuque much cooler in south east portion continued cool Wed nesday MINNESOTA Generally fair Tuesday night and Wednesday continued cool with cooler in ex treme southeast Tuesday night local frost Tuesday night espe cially in north portion IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday 80 Minimum in Night 50 At 8 A M Tuesday 54 Rainfall 53 The weeks rainfall was boosted to inches in Mason City by Mon day nights contribution inches having fallen Sunday Sheriff Nominees TIM PHALEN Democrat HAKBY SONDERGAARD Republican LOYALISTS RUN UP WHITE FLAG Surrender to National Army of Nicaragua Leading Revolution MANAGUA Nicaragua tional army leaders in rebellion against the government of President Juan B Sacasa announced Tuesday loyal troops had raised a white flag over the fort at Leon The defenders of Leon had held out for three days against troops commanded by Gen Anastacio Somoza chief or the national army General Somoza himself was re ported to be entering the fort to ac cept the surrender The fort called Acosasco was the final military objective of the na tional guard The guard issued a bulletin de claring peace prevailed elsewhere throughout the 14 departments of this Central American republic and former authorities were beingre moved due to the wish of the pub Three Mining Company Officers Wounded in Clash With Strikers company officers were wounded early Tuesday during a fight near the Muscoda ore mine of the Ten nessee Coal Iron and Railroad com pany in which approximately 150 shots were fired Wounding of the trio brought to eight the number shot since the strike of red ore miners began Sun day night Gov Herring Apparently Can Call Election Shots DES MOINES Clyde L Herring apparently can call his shots Monday he signed and sealed PJI election prediction listing Senator Lester J Dickinson and Gov Clyde L Herring as senatorial candidates in the fall election Herring also picked George Wil son and Nelson G Kraschel to bat tle each othSt in the governorship race He favored Vincent Harrington for lieutenant governor and said the democratic attorney general race would either be Matt Cooney or a On one of the governors predic tions on his own race however he was likely to fall short He guessed he would poll 60 per cent of the vote in his race and predicted Con gressman Hubert Utterback would not carry a congressional district Utterback seemed wsli on the way to a majority in the sixth dis trict TIM PHALEN AND SONDERGAARD SHERIFF VICTORS Republican Contest Not to Be Decided at Convention Harry Sondergaard was nominat ed for sheriff on the republican ticket in a field of seven candidates in Mondays primary election Tim Phalen was nominated for sheriff by the democratic voters Unofficial returns from the 30 Cerro Gordo county precincts for the republican sheriff nomination was as follows F R Winegar J C Buchanan Walter D Conn Martin Hulke Sondegaard R A Washburn C A Williams 225 512 317 398 30 These returns give Sondevgaard per cent of the total vote for sheriff on the republican ballot a comfortable margin over the sta utory requirement of 5 per cent Many political prognosticates had predicted the sheriff race would carry over into the county conven tion Phalen Winner Phalen won almost by two to one over his opponent Cal Divan for the democratic nomination for sher iff the vote being for Phalea and 982 for Dwan Incumbents won the nomination for reelection throughout most Of the county republican ticket A number of these were unopposed S H MacPeak clerk of the dis trict court made a phenomenal run for the republican nomination for reelection defeating John F Pal meter by to County Attorney Frederick B Shaffer was nominated for reelec tion by a vote of to over Verne Mettler Dr J E McDonald was again nominated for coroner receiving1 as against for Dr Har old W Morgan on the republican ballot Kobbins Wins Unofficial returns gave R Robbins the republican nomination for supervisor from the second dis trict in the west part of the in a field of six candidates Among the candidates to lose in the race was F G Root running for reelec tion The vote was as follows George S Ott 373 A J Rawson 182 Robbins 403 Root 314 Harry Spillman 129 and Harry Thompson 198 Unofficial returns gave Ray San dry the democratic nomination for supervisor from the second district by a narrow margin the vote being Sandry 186 and J P Hanson 180 W D Gibson former was given the republican nomina tion for that office in the third dis trict the position now held by Sondergaard The vote was 563 for Gibson to 385 for Charles F Hansen McEnaney Nominated Morgan J McEnaney won the democratic nomination for state rep resentative from Cerro Gordo coun ty against Miss Louise Clausen Clear Lake by a vote of to 916 Charles H Gelo Mason Cityan running for the republican nomina tion for representative in congress was given a large vote in Cerro Gordo county receiving to 811 for Edward J Markle and 991 for Henry O Talle Fred Biermann running for the democratic nomination for represen tative in congress received a two to one vote in the county over Sam D Goetsch the vote being for Biermann and 916 for Goetsch Given Large Vote Republicans in the county gave Senator L J Dickinson a large plurality over his opponents for re nomination The senator received to for Smith W Brook hart who was next in line with the other candidates trailing Cerro Gordo republicans gave George Wilson a big lead over the other two candidates for the gov ernor Wilson getting to for J Grimes and 752 for George Call Governor Clyde L Herring was helped substantially by Cerro Gor do county democrats in his success ful race for the nomination for United States senator He received votes to 761 for Hubert Ut terback and 328 for Samuel Whit ing N G Kraschel was likewise en a large vote over Richard Mitchell for the democratic nomin ation for governor Kraschel re ceived to 935 for Mitchell Vote for Frank M Hanson Garner was given a large vote in Cerro Gordo county in his race for the republic ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: June 2, 1936

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