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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHSORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIV AMocisttd Preu ud United Press IntenuUlooal FuU t 7e a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 3 1951 ThU Paper o Two GOP Chooses Murray for Governor if Bill Nicholas Concedes at VICTORY and Mrs William Murray toast his nomination AP Photofax their home in Ames I was in all of the 99 Iowa counties before the primaiy and as the Republican candidate for the Iowa I intend to be in all 99 agairi before the governorship over a light breakfast at fall election he said Premier in Firm PARIS tffi Premier Charles de Gaulle armed with all the broad he demanded o Parliament turned attehtior Tuesday to Algeria and the army running it in his name De Gaulle summoned Gen Raoul Salan the French troop commander from Algiers for con sultation Salan has been ruling Algeria openly in the name o the rebellious French there An escort vaiting at the airpor whisked him off to see De Gaulle After thus asserting his au thority over the army De Gaull called in Robert Lacoste residen minister in Algeria who has a bi following among the rebellion French colonists there De Gaull will go to Algeria Wednesday THE SENATE vote complete action within 48 hours on th threepart emergency program demanded by De Gaulle as his The Weather Mason City Showers and thunder storms through Wednesday Slightly cooler Wednesday Low Tuesday night 5862 High Wed nesday lower 60s Cloudy andwarmer wide ly scattered thundershowers northwest Tuesday night low 5565 Cloudy andmild Wed nesday with widely scattered thundershowers Minnesota Heavy showers in south continuing Wednesday high 6070 GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 am Tuesday Mexico Crash Kills 45 Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 61 54 56 38 70 49 Rain Returns to N Iowa Rain returned to parts of north price for taking the helm France in its hour of crisis of Shortly thereafter the National Assembly by unanimous consent voted to adjourn until Oct 7 to allow De Gaulle to rule unim peded by Parliament Not even the Communist deputies bitter foes of the general objected De Gaulles special powers ex tend by law for six months That would overlap the return of the Assembly but it could go to work on the next years budget De Gaulle had insisted they take a sixmonth vacation while he tackled Frances problems ern Iowa Tuesday and the Weather Bureau said widely scat tered thundershowers would con tinue in the northwest Tuesday and Tuesday night The Mason City area was re ceiving its share of the welcomed moisture By 9 am nearly a half inch was recorded and it was still falling Fort Dodge bore the brunt of the precipitation with an official MEXICO CITY mexican airliner with 45 persons aboard crashed against a mountain peak near Guadalajara The wreckage found Tuesday showed no signs of life7 The plane was a Constellation of the Aeronaves de Mexico It was on a flight from Tijuana at the California border to Mexico City FOURTEEN of the passengers were Americans Most of them boarded the plane at Tijuana The fourengine craft made a stop at Guadalajara and took off for Mexico City at pm It crashed against San Augustine Peak 10 miles from Guadala jara The last radio contact was with Guadalajara airport at pm The Guadalajara airport is at 6000 feet altitude and the peak 7500 THE WRECKAGE was sighted Butler Gets Nomination in County Beats Mitchell Handily Cerro Gordo County Repub licans nominated David J Butler son of District Judge W P But lev for county attorney by an overwhelming vote in Monday primary election Butler who has practiced in Mason City several years won over Richard Mitchell by vote of 2508 to 884 He face County Attorney William Pappas only Democratic candidate for th office next November By a vote of more than two t one Republicans in the count helped Enid Robinson of Hamp ton make a formidable showin against the incumbent H R Gross in the fight for the partys nomination for third district Rep resentative in Congress Mrs Robinson received 2462 votes to 1125 for Gross in the county AS USUAL the county gave its racking to its native son W H Nicholas Mason City candidate for the Republican nomination for governor Nicholas received 2249 votes inthe county to 1543 for William G Murray By the heavy favorable vote of DAVID BUTLER Co Attorney Palmer THE COUNTRY itself slowly inches recording of four Twenty five homes in the citys south side were evacuated temporarily when a creek flooded Many cars stalled on city streets Other north central points re ceiving heavy rainfall included Sac City Moreland Clare and by search planes carrying offi cials of the Mexican airline It was raining at the time of the crash Some residents of Guadalajara said they heard an explosion at about the time of the crash Guadalajara Mexicos second city is 290 miles northwest of Mexico Citv 2891 to 1200 Cerro Goido County voted to create a fivec man con s erv ation T i s i o n with authoiity to maintain and acquire wildlife and recreational areas in the county The voters also authorized the Cerro Gordo Cquhty supervisors to build a county garage and machineshop near Mason City by avote of 3045 to 1206 W L MOOTY led the ticket in the county for the Republican nomination for lieutenant gover nor The vote was Mooty 1430 Jack Miller 1155 and Alan Vest 1228 The vote for the Republican nomination for commerce com missioner was John Hamilton Cruickshank 516 Frank B Means 522 Dean Reed 570 Herbert Reed 700 John M Ropes 888 Lloyd R Smith 1 114 J C Tallman 639 and John Tallman 873 No contests were presented to each reporting 250 3 inches at Manson returned to something resem bling normal after a month of crisis rioting tension and fear The troops were wearing their soft capo instead of riot helmets Riot guns were stowed away The National Assembly fin ished its endorsement of the new Premiers crash program early Tuesday It authorized him to submit his constitutional changes directly t the parliamentary approval only after he threatened in a personal appearance to resign if the dep uties tried to delay him with the debate and amendments they have employed to hamstring pre vious governments Although a 233 Senate commit tee vote foreshadowed the upper Houses approval of the constitu tional proposal De Gaulle ap peared for the Senate session He brought along Vice Premier Mollet and Pierre Pflimlin to crack tbr whip over their Social 5st and Catholic Republican fol lowers if necessary No pressure was necessary however De Gaulle spoke briefly and affably in support of his de mand and smiled often anc warmly at the packedgalleries There was strong applause whei he finished except from the 1 Communist senators rimghar BravesAlbert Lea Game Postponed The game between the Mason City Braves and Albert Lea scheduled for Tuesday evening at the Minnesota town has been postponed because of wet grounds Manager Paul Bruns said it has not yet been re scheduled The next home game for the Braves will be at Roose velt Field at 8 pm Saturday Minnesota Man Hurt in Crash East of Mono MONA George Thomas 46 Minneapolis was in St Olaf Hos pitai Austin Minn in critical condition following an accident early Tuesday on Highway 218 one half mile east of voters for county offices on the Democratic ticket In the figh for the partys nomination for Third District Representative in Congress the vote was 356 fo Richard Flowers and 390 fo Michael Micich in the county THE VOTE in the county fo contested slate offices was a follows For lieutenant H R GROSS Representative Robinson Gives Gross Close Race Micich to Be Opponent Rep H R Gross Waterloo emerged from the hottest race of his congressional career Tuesday as the winner of Republican re nomination by margin of some 1400 votes out of about 28000 cast The 58yearold congressmans potent challenger was Enid Rob inson Hampton former state GOP vice chairman She led Gross throughout much of the early counting and carried Cerro Gordo County by a 2 to 1 ratio With 321 of 324 precincts report ing Gross amassed a total of 14 869 votes compared to 13471 for Mrs Robinson MRS ROBINSON won majori ties in 5 of the 14 counties with the outcome of two others stil undecided Gross barely had an edge in his home county Black Hawk while Mrs Robinson lost in her native county Franklin by a mere 8 votes Besides Gerro Gordo counties which definitely went to Mrs Rob inson were Floyd Marshall Mit chell and Worth It wasnt until 1 am thatGross gave evidence MICHAEL MICICH Representative for the Democratic ibmination for sheriff John Cahill of Rockwell Cerro Jordo County Supervisor from District No 3 was nominated by he Republicans without a contest or the term beginning Jan 2 1959 He will be opposed in the eneral election by Harold Ander egg nominated by the Democrats vith no opposing candidate J C Dickinson county super visor for District No 1 was re nominated by the Democrats with no opposition for the three year erm beginning Jan 2 I960 and will be opposed in the general election by Jack J Diercks only candidate for the Republican nomination COUNTY AUDITOR Ward B Hammond Treasurer Ethel Ridgeway Clerk of the District Court Stanley H MacPeak and Recorder Bernice Tait were with out opposition for the Republican nominations for their respective offices There were no candidates for these offices on the Democrat ic ticket Neither party nominated a can didate for coroner This will be one of the tasks for the respective county conventions of the two parties C R Servison and Frederick B Grosss opponent in November will be Mayor Mike Micich 40 Charles City tur key farmer who lost 69076 to 97590 when Gross won 3rd District reelec tion to a 5th ROBERT WAGGONER Rep Economist to Oppose Loveless Light Turnout for Primary DES MOINES college economist who thinks Iowa should lave a state sales tax increase and property tax relief has woo he Republican nomination for governor in his first bid for cal office He is Dr William G Murray 54 Iowa State College economics professor and an authority on appraisal of property for taxation purposes Hell oppQse Democratic Gov Herschel Loveless vetoed a sales tax increase bill a year general election next fallLoveless had no opposition for renomination MURRAY WON OUT in light balloting in Iowas primary elec tion Monday over Lt Gov Wil liam H Nicholas northern Iowa turkey grower who was making his third unsuccessful try for the nomination I With returns in from 2472 the states 2486 precincts Mur ray had an unofficial margin of more than 26000 votes Murray jumped off to an early lead and held a commanding marginthe rest of the Nicholas from his home in Mason City conceded4 the election to Murray about midnight HERSEY WEDS F AIRFIELD Conn A station wagon driven by Thomas had stopped or was stalled directly on the highway It was rammed from behind by a semitrailer truck carrying 30 000 pounds of steel plumbing sup plies The frame of the car was com pletely torn away from the chas sis The car nd the truck were both thrown into the ditch by the impact Mitchell County Sheriff bin Crawford 522 Edward J McManus 644 For secretary of Nee F Hill 386 Ernest L Ol son 349 For attorney H Welch 353 Don Wilson 390 For commerce George E Cutler 414 Harold E Hughes 444 Bernard J Martin 462 Author John Hcrsey 43 and Mrs Bar bara Day Addams 38 New York lily were married Monday A NUMBER OF candidates in bolh parlies received their nom inations without opposition in Mondays primary Neither James B Conroy of Mason City Republican nor Wal ter E Edelen of Garner Demo crat were opposed in procuring he nominations of their parties for state senator from the 43rd Shaffer were unopposed for the Republican nominations for the two Justices of Peace posts in Mason City CERRQ GORDO COUNTY vot ers also helped nominate a num ber of state candidates who had no opposition On the Democratic ticket the Its was headed by Gov Herschel Loveless who is seeking reelection Others were Edith M Johnson for secretary of stale J Rex Weddle for auditor of state and Harvey E Montgom ery for treasurer state The vote in Mason City was one of Ihc lighlcst in recent years term in 1956 Micich defeated Prof Richard Flowers of ISTC by a 1600 vote margin Gross was the only in ROBINSON cumbent Iowa congressman who had primary opposition IN THE 4th DISTRICT where Rep Karl LeCompte RCorydon is retiring Steven V Carter 42 yearold Leon attorney who gave LeCompte a nipandtuck race Lwo years ago will have another crack at Congress He won over two Democratic opponents Inthe Republican contest for the Xe Ccmpte vacancy John II Kyi 39 Bloomfield clothier was the ap parent winner in a close race He shaded Hugh Lundy Alfaia by about 700 votes in the unofficial count and P E Norris Center ville ran a strong third The 5th District Democratic fiveway up without a decision None five candidates got the required 35 per cent and a district Demo cratic convention will have to make the choice Neal Smith Des Moines attorney ran about 800 Nicholas Statement to At midnightMonday Lt Gov William Nicholas conceded tory to his primary election ri val Dr William G Murray in the gubernatorial nomination contest his home in Mason City Nicholas said in a statement I extend my sincerest con gratulations to Dr Murray and votes ahead of his two closest competitors Wally Bishop of Ames and William Denman of DCS Moines Denman won the nomination two years ago THE STRONG MAN in the GOP Gth District race was Robert E Waggoner 39 Fort Dodge adver tising man who resigned as secre tary to U S Sen Tom Martin to get into the race Waggoner beat two wellknown I commend him for the high de gree of integrity and industry in his campaign JAM SURE he will fulfill the confidence and trust placed in him as Republican nominee for governor those who supported me andworked so very hard in my behalf I am deeply and humbly grateful As Republicans we must focus our concentra tion on gaining victory in No vember BUT TO ASSURE that vie to ryi the Republican Party in Iowa must be well geared to han dle its responsibility as a party i principle and program have earned the confi LOVELESSreceived a substan tial vote althoughUnopposed Un official returns from prei cincts gave Loveless 90641votes Political observers were watch ing these figures closely for a possible indicatibn of relative Re publican and Democratic strength in Iowa Democrats two years ago elected a governor for the first time in 20 years and man aged to break the Republicans solid hold on the states congres sional seats Nicholas carried 31 counties mostly in the northern and west ern sections Murray ran strong est in the more populous eastern counties and also carried the larg er cities THERE WERE few contests among candidates for the various Statehouse offices and this con tributed to a general lack of in terest among voters It appeared the total vote might not exceed The Results The vote in Mondays Iowa primary on returns from among the states 2486 pre cincts GOVERNOR pre cincts Murray 111955 Nicho las 85772 GOVERNOR pctsi Loveless unopposed 90641 R2444 pets Mooty Harry Horn said both vehiclesjdistrict comprising Cerro Gordo were demolished and estimated and Hancock counties the postl2P 1W 46 the damage to the vehicles and recently vacated by W H Tale SAME their contents at around Richie Olson 51 Minneapolis the driver of the truck received only minor cuts and bruises Thomas had severe head lacera tions and suffered possible brain and neck injuries Following is the tola by precincts stale legislators Sen Jacob in the city compared with prcviJGrimstead 53 Lake Mills and Rep Curtis Richm 43 Garner by 7000 and 5000 votes rcspec lively He will oppose Rep Mer 59win Coad of Boone Iowas only congressman in No ous years 1958 IP 1W 22 IP 463 In the same manner Dr J C Kaiser of Rockwell Republican incumbent and William Mc Arthur of Mason City Democrat were unopposed in getting their party nominations for stale rep resentative from the 87lh district comprising Cerro Gordo County They will face each other in the general election next November 2P 2W IP 3W 2P IP 4W 2P 4AV 188 329 552 304 487 1956 293 511 473 328 597 361 435 214 1954 306 486 518 334 732 337 526 17S 1952 412 505 vember In the 8th District Democratic 433 race Woodbury County Attorney 697 Donald E OBrien 34 won hand 197 iJy over two opponents and wil longtime Rep Charle 3024 3217 3415 4573Wocven Alton Republican in the fall dcnce of lowans in the past Now more than ever we must assert real leadership and a unity of purpose in what could otherwise be a wilderness and elusive echoes of past performances Franklin Again First to Report Franklin County has done it again In every election it is tradi tionally the first to complete its returns Monday night with the polls closing at 8 pm Bar bara Stewart the GlobeGazette correspondent called in the final returns at ATTACK REBELS HAVANA army has BODY RECOVERED NEWTON ltflThc body of Otto Anderson 62 DCS Moines second victim of a violent wind which capsized dozens of boats on Rock licans with no opposition He willJMountains seeking lo drive them Creek Lake last Saturday wasibe opposed in the general the sea it was reported recovered Monday SHERIFF GERALD D Allenjlaunchcd an allout push was renominatcd by the Repubiagainst rebels in the Macstra jby Joseph F Jones who was thcJTuesday The 7th District Democratic contest probably wont be defin itely settled until the official canvass In a threeway race Ellsworth 0 Hays Hamlin farmer had an unofficial mar gin over Duane Orton Atlantic of roughly 100 votes or less Freeman Calls Extra Legislative Session ST PAUL Orville L Freeman Tuesday called a spe cial session of the Minnesota Leg LT GOV Miller 63286 Vest 46082 LT pets Crawford 34375 McManus 50 638 SECY AGRI pets Hill 40146 Olson 39511 ATTY GEN pets Welch 38208 Wilson COMMERCE COM pets Cruickshank 37091 Means 31634 Dean Reed 35 584 Herbert Reed 32994 Ropes 56985 Smith 37617 J C Tall man 36500 John Tallman 34 742 COMMERCE COM pets Cutler 39254 49 997 Martin 47021 300000 for both parties That was lighter even than the 343000 cast in the 1956 primary Speaker of the House William Mooty Grundy Center beat his two opponents for the Republican nomination for lieutenant gover nor handily The only other Republican con test on the ballot was an eight way race for two nominations as state commerce commissioner r rtrt rrt 1 i islature June 23 The lawmakers Tnis appcarcd certain to be de will consider necessary changes in Minnesota law to conform with the new federal jobless benefits which allows 13 extra weeks of payments cided by the Republican state convention ONLY INCUMBENTCommis sioner John Ropes had more than   

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