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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Ihe Home ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT M A K I S ALL NORTH lOWANJ NEIGHBORS HOME i VOL Assodaud and United Press International Full Uate Wire 7c copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 5 1758 til Knur Make Biggest G S Europe No Sign of Hitlerism in Germany By W EARL HALL MUNICH there been a rebirth or a resurgence of Hitlerism in Germany This sobering question has been haunting me most of the time since I stepped off my plane here five days ago It was t h e same thing a half dozen years ago when a fact finding mission brought me lo Berlin Frankfurt and other points in HALL Germany for a more extended stay Last night after a most enjoy able hearty meal at a delightful restaurant featuring Bavarian foods I asked my Hungarian host Denis Silagi I once was his host for a week or so in my hometosvn to take me past some places known to Adolf Hitler WE STOOD on the spot where he performed like the coward he was in an attempted coup detat the much publicized Munich putsch of 1923 We drove past some of the hotels beer halls and night spots frequented by him We talked about nearby Dachau the notorious Nazi concentration camp where multiplied thousands of human beings were brutally slaughtered in devilish Time precluded a visit Then we drove past a block long building still called the If the structure had been hit by bombs the scars were not visible from 5 light on a October night ting for the infamous sellout of 1938 Britains Neville Chamberlain HERSCHEL LOVELESS EDWARD McMANUS Governor H R GROSS 3rd Dist Rep Allen Edelen WALTER EDELEN Senator JERRY ALLEN WILLIAM PAPPAS Sheriff Attorney ur Pappas Elected Democrats Seize Big Majorities GOP Casualty List Climbs Courthouse Issue Approved 2 to WASHINGTON WiDemocrals climbed in Tuesdays election toj peaks of congressional power rivaling their palmiest New Deal days They seized heavy majori ties in both Senate and House The balloting also shook up the national political picture for 1960s presidential election 3th Californias William L inowland and New Yorks Avcrel Harriman lost Political glamour settled L jstead on their conquerors in bat tles for Edmund G Pat Brown in Cali Cerro Gordo County voters decided Tuesday by a more than two lo one majority that they wanted a new courthouse They voted to in favor of a bond issue to finance it That amount would be spent to buy the Standard Oil Building remodel it ani build an addition on the front THE ISSUE carried by a simple majority in every pre cinct of the countys 30 except Dougherty and Union town ships Dougherty voted 83 to 94 against it while the vole in Uunion was 40 to 48 A bond of wooden floors and wooden interior trim The new courthouse also will a completely new jail on its top floor The present jail in a separate building has been condemned by several grand juries as a fire trap The federal govrnmcnt considered it unsatisfactory for federal prisoners and they have been taken to Dakota City for safe keeping after appearing in court at Mason City ALL THREE of the county board of supervisor favored the move They announced that if the bond issue passed con issue however requires a could get way earlynext summer They ex honed the carving up of little ONE DEMOCRAT who appeared CzechoSlovakia Italys Jfussojb eaten was eightterm Rep lini was there too but his statusJBrooks Hays of Arkansas Dale was littJe more than oclock in the morning of Sept 30 1938 Under the agreement the Czechs were required to be gin evacuating Sudetenland the very next day and have the proc ess completed in 10 days Jan llasaryk called it a sentence without right of b u t Neville Chamberlain umbrella in hand went home to a heros wel Alford a segregationist writein is federalstate clash over integra tion of schools Casualties among sitting Repub lican senators included such GOP stalwarts as Arthur Watkrns of Utah William Purtell of Connecti cut John W Bricker of Ohio and Edward J Thye of Minnesota In the bailies for state gover norships the Republicans did a HI was Pcace within our Hale betler i Rockefellers victory over Har As we moved about the great building that 20yearold past came alive for me I seemed to hear Hitlers frenzied shouting from a rostrum in Berlins Sportspalast and the eerie Heil Hitler chant of the hypnotized riman in the baltle of the million aires was their show piece a point of eiation However they also ousted Democrats from state houses in Arizona Oregan and Rhode Island while losing in Cal ifornia Maryland Nevada Ohio per cent majority to pass Of the bond issue will be spent to buy the Stand ard Oil Building which was left empty by a consolidation of district supervisory offices and all regional accounting by that firm Building of an addition rearly as large as Ihe existing building will require The remainder will be used to remodel the present building and to buy equipment includ ing that for the jail THE VOTE ended more than 20 years of effort lo replace the present courthouse which lacked fireproof vaults and was considered a bad fire risk be p e c t it to be comrfplrrl in about a year possibly less When the move lo the new courthouse has been com peted the board of supervis ors will have the power under Iowa law to dispose of Ihe property on which the present courthouse stands What dis position will be made of it however cannot be known now That decision will be made by a board which will not have the present membership John Cahill a present member will leave the board next January to be succeeded by Harold An deregg who won Tuesdays election in the second district Anderegg Dickinson Victorious Sheriff Top VoteGetter Sheriff ferry Allen 1 e d both tickets in his successful race for reelection Tuesday in Cerro Gordo County He polled votes to for his Democratic opponent Joseph F Jones mayor of Rockwell Allens total was particularly significant in view of the more than voic majority by which Hers chel Loveless led his Republican opponent Dr William G Murray That vote was to in the county IN THE COUNTYS vote for stale office there was a complete lack of consistency The voters throngs before him It seemed aSoulh Dakota and Wisconsin nightmare out of my fQR JHE bowed fi3 Democratselected and 4 Republicans i The last questionmark w a s A 1 be when Republican Sen duced to do the same thing agamjFrank Barrclt of if another persuasive conccded to Dem came along Gale McGce THERES NO laughing off thJ For the House the count was historic fact that great as the 77 elected and 141 Germanic people are in manyipubllcansStl11 were 18 ways they have repeatcdiv led in 18 of vealed a weakness for in 5 stepping and giving their Un Alaska will elect to unworlhvleaders xvo and one House mem bcr My recognition of this chink in the Teutonic character led mej THE ELECTION gave Presri inlo an carnesl quest for an Eisenhower a record he was swer to my question I am rcadyjfar from desiring Hes the first IOWA RESULTS The vote based on returns from among Iowas cincts Governor Murray R Loveless D 429 Lt Gov Mooty R McManus D Northerly Winds Sink Mercury Across Iowa MERWIN COAD Dist Rep The Wiatfter Mason City K a i r and colder Wednesday night low 19iM Mostly fair continued cold Thursday high upper Ms 4 Congress Seats Go to Demos Gross Jensen Schwengel Win In n Democratic xroundswel unparalleled in two decades Iowa apparently has elected an eJKht mcrnber congressional delega tion split evenly between Demo crats and Republicans Some races were so clone hat any important error in county tabulations or revisions in the mifthtttUer some results But odds were that the 44 split would stand up ON THE BASIS of unofficial figures OIl Reps Fred Schwen e32 Loveless Returned to Office McManus to Be Lt GOY FKOSI JUIt WIUK SKHVICKS I K S A10INKST h K biggest avalanche of Democratic votes iit Iowa since 1932 swept Gov Hersehet Loveless to a second term As the unofficial tally o bal lots in Tuesdays general elec tion nejired completion Gov Loveless held it growing vole lead over his Republican op ponent Iowa State College Prof William G Murray The election capped the most hitler c a m p a i g n in recent years MURRAY who had advocated boosting the slate sales tax rate from 2 to 3 per cent and using tin extra money for stale school aid and property tax relief con ceded about midnight A Democrat Kklward Mc Manus also was elected lieuten ant governor for the first timt since The also made siz able gains in the Legislature and appeared to have won both Com merce Commission seals and three of the four Su preme Court seats The strong Democratic show ing was seen by political observ ers as not only proof of Loveless strength but aroused voter rejec tion of Murrays proposal to in crease the stale sales tax from 2 to 3 per cent LOVELESS who polled per the vote in 1956 in de featingRepublican Gov Leo A Ifoegh improved on his margin against Murray polling better than TI per cent DCS Moines attorney Don Wil vjr V 11 1 crats and six Republicans In the vote for U S Represen tative from the 3rd district Dem ocrat Michael Micich of Charles City led the Republican incum bent If R Gross Waterloo 818 to The voters then switched again in voting for state senator Re publican James B Conroy Ma son Ciiy polled voles lo for his Democratic oppon ent Walter E Edelen Garner Thc Hancock County vote of 221 for Edelen lo for Conroy decided that contest decisively in favor of the Democrat however WILLIAM McARTHUR Dem ocratic state senator from this district during Ihe 1930s swept of office the Republican state ri I VS J J I U OV 11 l tui i gel in the 1st District H It Gross son1 Democrat was trailing in in fhe 3rd and Men F Jensen Ally Gen Norman Krbo about votes and it a p iutrv ut J Mi VUICIS gave a maiontv to soven Demo wi v h clearing u ncsday night and diminishinglhc 7lh appeared lo have won votes and it ap winds lows 20s northwest tojensens margin was only the result would have to irir ft T c 11 To ttf 77 flftf vntnc rinui IlXVail action of thf nun ccinrt southeast Mostly fair andiout of votes cast rather cold Thursday Minnesota Fair and colder High Thursday 45 filoheGaxcttc weather data up to 8 Wednesday Maximum ifi Minimum 35 At 8 38 Precipitation trace Gross piled up an early vote lead over Mayor Mike Micich of Charles City and then slowly added lo it until he had amassed a bulge In he Democratic column Rep Merwin Coad Boone who in 195i YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 37 31 Judge William P Butler of Mason City and Judge T A await action of the canvassing board The Republican incumbents in he posts of secretary of state auditor treasurer and secretary of agriculture all apparently woVi reelection although the margin was slim for most of them They ra became the first candidate since jcvc nj i 1 1 uuiiijj traedt gh b of 1940 lo win over a Republican congressional opponent breezed to a fat victory over Bob Wag Almost as if it were routine for Democratic governor of Iowa In the Slh District due primar HIS ONE concession to his a I OLUll V Strong northwesterly representative Dr 1 C Kaiser reelection by winds accompanied bv gusts of of Rocfcwcl1rne was iup to 50 miles an hour swept a to 710G THE FOLLOWING county offi mass of cold air into Iowa early Otner offices went who were running for re ily lo his vote margin in most unprecedented first Polk County young DCS jMotncsjlnic a Democrat has won two lawyer Neal Smith ousted Repubterms in a row since the late Beard more of Charles City Rep Paul Cunningham Clyde Herring did it in 1932 and two judges were nominated for whose long enure in he House was to sleep a little longer recleclion by both parlies began in 1941 U was fairly late Tuesday night victori iuua uariv VMJIII 10 v luiui Sec of State yilhree Democrats William Papelection on the Republican ticketjand 4th districtswere no opposition and hcncciclosc In Ihe 2nd Democrat Lon Akers R Weddle D Treasurer Abra hamson R Montgom ery D Sec of Agriculture Ulir1 ash a d horst R Johnson D j Some light rain fell in scattered pas uas gven a 397097 Ureas of thc northwest whtle light cmjnly defeating Davtdwcrc renamed fir Isnow mixed with rainwas report1 Bllllcr h a of lo offices led in Lyon County D Readings early Wednesday inged from 35 at Spencer to lhe at Davenport started family party lo follow heir So rTlfT r i 11 nr i and in an jOi only votes over i mj j i i Wnrd R Hammond counly aujGOP Rrp Henry Tajle oul of fC i t 1 t I i 1 LJUU1I Lid llO now Fhel KalKcway voles cast forpH their ot Ihe board of supervisors wasjlrcasurcr S II MacPcak clerk U was a similar storv in Loveless and stTc ComDtroller jsucccsrful in his race for rccleelof the district court and District where Democrat Steloienn Sarsfield will benmlZS now to turn to that answer In neither this visit to Munich nor in my previous more ex president in history to be coni fronted by three Congresses conj trolled by the opposite party uui ui my piia more ex tcnded contact with the Germans Tnr indicated Senate lineup is of another part of t h e counlrytnc most predominantly havc I found the slighlcst since the Party elected fin for believing that thc rankandif Jhal wfs thc year Franklin D Rooseve t won file German is going lo make thesis third term same mistake again i In the present Congress which Thc siren call of future apostles1 Svc way in January to the of Deutschland Uber Alles one thc parly divi Spry R Atty General Erfae R Wilson D Commerce Cmsn 2 being elected Ropes R Smith R Hughes D Martin D Supreme Court 4 elected Garfield R Oliver Wennerstrum R Heisj erman D vcy Messer D Siegers D 818 Thornton D Gar rett D vcy ranged from 66 at Mason City tolon n rst district HeTail county recorder iven Carter Leon had a vote GOP John Kyi AJVT LW larvo A Bloomficld on the bnsis of combrief vacation He and Mrs Love jplctc unofficial results The icavc itl midXovember Karl Lcfor a rcsl a 72 at Lamoni flopped Jack J Dicrcks to Dr Joseph E over Clearing skies Wednesday night 14779 was re elected coroner will help temperatures skid to IN THE THIRD supervisor nn indepcmfcnt hS M however l h e opposition s bemg vncnted by due in he nonhwcs0 readmgs Cahill Rockwell wa dcj m Mason Citv R IV f t p in tnc northwest f t d b w j In Ihe 81h District Republican Dmighcrly io Fredcnck B Shaffer Hocvcn of Alton will lake office Jan 2 publicans were roclcctcd with for a 9th term had a vole A number of candidates candidates E OBrien ofj reclcctcd without opposition Raymond Pierce and Vir City Tuesdays general election Hcid were likewise rcclcctcd VOTE TOTALS day their budgetplanning After that Loveless plans to taka a Judicial District goins as Germans retain their memoryjcrats 235 Republicans 200 of near total destruction from the war which was supposed to estabi DURANT ILL lisb them as the master LOS ANGELES WNotcd his rr jtonan Dr Will Durant 73 years Tnc lesson of experience Wednesday is ill with a seri beea too painful to be soon foriousinfection of undetermined na lure no candidates ALREADY HE is giving thought to the appointments he will have to make Its no secret that he will have opportunity almost to remake many of the stale missions and boards in the SAME WILLIAM McARTHUR Rep J C DICKINSON l 1st Disl 276 pets of 302 ahead But he wont got Schwcngcl R Dailcy D to that for a time since 319 j tenures last through the fiscal 2nd Disl 347 pels of 347 That ends next June 30 TafJe R Wolf D In a brief statement issued 3rd Disl 324 pets of 324 ivhcn unofficial from half Gross R Micich D 53 795 S 2487J showed Ath iv Loveless leading by more than C 313K1 voles Murray said I arlcr D havc taikcyd personally 5th Dist 2H6 pets of 23fi the Governor I gave him my irunningham R Smith D statement before I gave it to the j61272 jpress and I said to him 6th Dist 34fi pets of 346 Congratulations on your re Waggoner R D My best wishes to you 375 jfor a successful second term as 7th Dist 334 pets of of owa sen R Mays D j CHATTED with him on Wacom 8th DlsL 257 pctsnf 285 Cordial basis for a minute or HAROLD ANDEREGG Hocvrn R OBrien D The Republican nominee also Supervisor i7fi I am grateful to the thou
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