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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 7, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press International Full Least Wires that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 7 1960 neighbors COPT Paper of Two No 201 nus New York exhibition by British By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau NEW YORK Great Britain flush from one of the most pros perous years in its history is putting on a virtual Lord May ors show in New York C o 1 iseum Its billed as the great est display ever staged of Brit ish goods services and techno logical developments In addition to sending over Prince Philip to open the exhibi tion the Brits in the name of the Federation of British Indus tries are putting yp SI million to stage the show with another expenditure of million to million coming from participat ing corporations And oh the the ory that Americans dont walk enough theyre going to rope off the elevators and make anybody who wants to visit the typical English pub that is featured climb three flights of stairs IN CONJUNCTION with the Coliseum fair 550 British troops called the largest British expeditionary force to land in the United States since the War of 1812 are taking over Madison Square Garden They will put on there a British Military Tournament and Tat too This combined display of the Kings horses and the Kings men or more properly the Queens has been seen outside the Commonwealth only in Co penhagen in 1955 and in Lisbon earlier this year Presumably there will be special ceremonies to celebrate the Queens offt cial was actual ly born in the month of April on June 12 The British obviously are try ing to raise sales to this country and diversify their range They have good reason to be proud of their recent record According to U S Department of Com merce figures Britain sold products of the value of million in 1959 as against im ports from us of 596768 million In 1958 Britain sent million in merchandise to us buying only million Consumption at home as well as exports for Britain last year were well above those of 1958 During the first half of the year the nation earned the substan tial surplus of million in dealings with the rest of the world Recently however im ports have been rising much more rapidly than exports AGAIN FROM Commerce fig ures Great Britain sent us goods of the value of mil lion in January and million in February We sent Britain million in exports in Jan uary and million in Febru ary The emphasis at the British show in New York will be on industry and science In a huge rotunda on the first floor visitors will see examples of such Brit ish firsts as jet engines tele vision and penicillin The aim is to show the newest trends in engineering electronics auto mobiles tractors transporta tion communication textiles consumer goods and foodstuffs But there will be room for divertisement A London arcade and a British green grocers store will offer all kinds of good ies And there will be a picture display as one might have sup posed of Princess Margarets wedding On the Inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 6 Society News 111213 North Iowa News 14 Sports News 1516 Latest Markets 18 Mason City News Comics Farm News AP Photofax TO WED Entertainer Sam my Davis Jr 34 and blonde Swedish actress Mai Britt 24 say theyll marry in the fall They both have discounted the racial angle and said they want many children And I dont care if theyre polka dots Davis staled at a New York news conference Both have been married once be fore and are in the process of obtaining divorces SAME D AT 959282 ews an a utshe FROM OliK WIRE SERVICES NEW YORK Fire broke out in a bustling Manhattan Subway tun nel near Grand Central terminal raging for 90 minutes while heroic train crewmen and res cue workers led hundreds of smokestricken passen gers to safety in stifling darkness WASHINGTON TJ Sv in a note to Rus sia urged that efforts be redoubled to find a formula for world dis armament WASHINGTON Nelson Rockefeller of New York will breakfast at the White House Wed nesday with President Eisenhower The Gover nor recently made it clear he would be available for a draft for the GOP pres idential nomination NEW YORK Nego tiations for a quick end to the Broadway stage blackout have collapsed Actors and producers both report a hopeless deadlock over wage de mands TV WASHINGTON United States is about to hand Poland another big economic aid package even though the Poles backed the Soviet Union in denouncing the U2 spy plane incident governorship ButlerSmithWestcott win in county vote race is North Iowa Partly cloudy through Wednesday warmer Lows Tuesday night mid 50s Highs Wednesday upper 70s Iowa Partly cloudy chance of scattered showers and thun derstorms e x t r e rn e west Somewhat warmer over state Tucsjday night and central and east Wednesday Lows Tues day night in the 50s Highs Wednesday uflper 70s north east to lower 80s southwest Further outlook scattered showers and thunderstorms and mild Thursday Minnesota Fair not so cool Highs Wednesday 6878 GlobeGazetlr weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 73 Minimum 44 Decision to convention DES MOINES Norman Erbe Boone and Democrat Edward J McManus Keokuk captured their parties nods for governor in virtually complete unofficial returns in the Iowa primary election Tues day Lt Gov McManus 40yearold attorney and veteran legislator defeated Iowa Commerce Com missioner Harold Hughes of Ida rrove for the nomination He will be opposed in the fat by Atty Gen Erbe also 40 and an attorney who bid successfully or the Republican nomination Erbe won a bare 36 per cent of the votes edging out state Sen Jack Schroeder Davenport and former Lt Gov William H Nicholas Clear Lake THE ONLY question left hang ing following Mondays voting was which Republican will face Gov Herschel Loveless in the race for United States senator State Sen Jack Miller Sioux City led the field of six Re publicans who sought their partys senatorial nomination but none received the 35 pe dent of the vote required fo nomination The candidate wil be named by the Republican state convention July 20 Miller got about 30 per cent in the unofficial returns Miller said he believes hi chances of getting the nomina tion at convention are good and added I dont believe the con vention will try to come up with any 90day wonder The Republican senatoria nominee will face Gov Her schel Loveless in November Loveless was unopposed for the Democratic nomination in the primary SCHROEDER didnt concede the gubernatorial race until am Tuesday But he pledgee support to Erbe in the general election The vote Monday did not reach the anticipated 350000 to tal although it substantially ex ceeded the 1958 count of 293077 It appeared to be virtually the same as it was in the last presi dential year of 1956 when 334 701 ballots were cast With all of the 2486 precincts reporting Erbe had 81898 votes to 75546 for Schroeder and 67 062 for Nicholas McManus hac 74231 to 45830 for Hughes IN THE SENATORIAL race Miller had 66353 Dayton Coun tryman Nevada 62537 Rollo Bergeson Des Moines 32001 Kenneth Stringer Davenport 29756 Oliver Reeve Waverly 15652 and Ernest Seeman Wa terloo 10949 Loveless compiled an unoffi cial 114095 out of 2392 pre cincts In the twoway contest for the Democratic nomination for lieu tenant governor John R Han sen of Manning a member ofl the State Board of Control de feated state Rep Howard Rep pert Jr Des Moines Former state Rep William Mooty Grun dy Center was unopposed for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor IN THE CONTESTED state office races state Treasurer M L Abrahamson won renomina tion handily over two opponents Martin Lauterbach Alden and John H Cruickshank Sioux City Conrad E Lawlor Ames won the Democratic nomination over Jay Beckley Muscatine with 49218 Black Hawk County Attorney Evan Hultman Waterloo was the Republican front runner in the attorney general race over Warren Fletcher and Asst Atty Gen Leonard Abels both of DCS Moines Don Wilson West DAVE BUTLER attorney S SMITH supervisor REX WESTCOTT supervisor Total for Butler more than that of 2 foes combined By JIM COLLISON GlobeGazette Staff Writer David J Butler with an ava a contest No Democrats were running in Mondays primary Cerro Gordo County also gave a majority of more than 1000 lanche of votes Monday H NichoUsjn the Republican nomination county attorney With this victory Butler is as sured of election in November Democrats however failed by 27 votes out of 1727 to support M Douglas McMannes Mason NORMAN ERBE Governor EDWARD McMANUS Governor EVAN HULTMAN Atty Gen unless an independent or DemoCity in his try for the partys cratic writein candidate makes nomination for congressman Butler in his third try for tho nomination defeated two other Mason City attorneys Thomas Seineff and Ted Enabnit The unofficial vote was 2459 for But ler more than the combined vote that went to Senneff who got 1015 and Enabnit who polled 789 votes Just 40 years ago Butlers father District Judge William P Butler was elected Cerro Gordo County attorney Judge Butler served as county attorney from 1921 to 1926 REX WESTCOTT Grant Township farmer grabbed the Democratic partys nomination for candidate for Cerro Gordo County supervisor from the sec ond district Westcott received 135 votes to 51 votes for Hazar Hall and 46 votes for S A Smith Westcott will face Elmer Lus comb Republican incumbent in the November general election EDWARD J GALLAGHER Representative State races US SENATERepublican 2486 of 2486 pets Bergeson 32001 Countryman 62537 Miller Reeve 15652 Seemann 10949 Stringer 29 756 US 2432 pets Loveless 116116 GOVERNOR Republican 2486 pets Erbe 81898 Nicho las 67962Schroeder 75546 Democrat 2486 pets Hughes 45830 McManus 74231 LT GOVERNOR Demo crat 2386 pets Hansen 60 275 Reppert 54788 TREASURER Republi can 2486 pets Abrahamson 126261 Cruickshank 35821 Lauterbach 44545 Democrat 2486 pets Beckley 49292 Lawlor 58176 ATTORNEY GENERAL Republican 2486 pets Abels 56294 Fletcher 60690 Hult man 74956 Democrat 2486 pets Dunbar 48138 Wilson 59697 Edward J Gallagher Jr walked off with the Democratic partys nomination for 3rd Dis trict Congressman Monday The Waterloo attorney re ceived 9540 votes in the district with all 320 precincts reporting while his opponent from Mason City M Douglas Doug Mc Mannes polled 4519 votes Gallagher even carried Mc Mannes home county and took Mason City by 3 votes His vote in Cerro Gordo County was 877 to 850 and his vote in Mason City was 605 to 602 jit V WQj LKy v Gallagher will face RepubMerwin Goad Boone had 16269 lican H R Gross in the was opposed Des Moines won Democratic nomination over James C Dun bar Cedar Falls In the senatorial contest Countryman appeared to garner most of his support from the less populous counties Coun tryman who once as attorney general promised to make Iowa cracker dry probably got much of his support from anti liquor forces in the state MILLER SAID he believed that most of the support given Bergeson probably would have gone to Miller if Bergeson had not entered the race If that happened he said I would have gotten well in excess of 35 per cent of the votes Countryman won 55 counties including Boone Cerro Gordo Marshall Keokuk and Johnson Miller won 34 including Black Hawk Dubuque LinnPottawat tamie Wapello and his home county of Woodbury In the GOP governors race Erbe won 46 counties including his home county of Boone He also took several large popula tion counties including Wood bury Wapello Webster Du buque Carroll Marshall Pot tawattamic and Johnson Nicholas was strongest in 32 counties including his home county of Cerro Gordo Schroeder only had 21 coun ties but they included some of the largest Polk Black Hawk Linn Clinton DCS Moines and his home county of Scott Gallagher vicfor over McMannes ber general election Gross had no opposition in the GOP pri mary and grabbed 19172 votes McMannes and Gallagher con ducted intensive campaigns for their partys nomination Mc Mannes a former labor union leader had good support in the rural counties of the district but Gallaghers votes in the larger counties including Black Hawk County gave him the ad vantage Luscomb had no opposition in the primary Westcott carried every town ship in his district excepting Halls home township of Lin coln which gave Hall 19 votes and Westcott three votes and the first ward in Clear Lake Hall got nine votes in that ward to eight votes for Westcott and six for Smith IN THE THIRD district of Cerro Gordo County unofficial Bill Nicholas hedges on his future William H Nicholas Clear Lake who captured 30 per cent of the Iowa GOP primary vote for third place in the race t show that Elmer S nomination for governor Republican day hedged on the question nvpr rnhnp Cahil future political plans nomination over John Cahill lure political plans ffi jal VQte was 192 for Asked if he had thought about d 65 f Cahm entering any more political Tnwlir T1 Hll 1 ITlCinC h races Nicholas said Early tabulations had in dicated that Cahill was the win TM GOING BACK to workjner by one vote but a recheck on the highway commissionJTuesday morning showed that In the 6th District Republican Im still a member I have threejthe figures for Geneseo Town more years to serve on thatjship had been reversed giving That may end my political caiSmith 14 additional votes and Curtis Riehm had 19570 votes with all of 344 precincts report ing while Democrat incumbent Both parties claiming they have the candidates to win reer But of course Im not so old When a fellow can get prac tically onethird of the votes hes not so bad off Nicholas noted j Cahill 14 fewer Smith will face Harold Ander egg in the general election An deregg had no opposition for the there were only six percentage points between his total and Democratic nomination Monday In the first district DBS MOINES UP Both Democratic and Republican leaders expressed confidence that slates of candidates nomi nated by their respective parties will be victorious this fall Collectively and individual ly said Democratic State Chairman Donald Norberg all our candidates are strong are r v iG ri m e s Pleasant V al 1 e y that of winner Norman Erbe Owen Bathj Grimes Erbe got 36 per cent of lathe total vote State Sen Jack Htni arp Schroeder RDavenport Uncom Lake ncon ea Republican State Chairman per cent of the vote and NichojLake and Vernon Town said Wfi came las took 30 er cent Verne Martin said We came out of this very nicely But we couldnt have gone too far wrong no matter who won the nomination Both Norman Erbe and E J McManus the respective GOP and Democrat governor nomi las took 30 per cent NICHOLAS NOTED that thej party would have a enough to win He added Trainees were confident But Mc especially pleased with the terManus admitted he has a tough rific Democratic voter turnout It shows that Iowa is becoming a twoparty state battle but by the grace of God and a fast infield we can beat them ships CERRO GORDO County voters pave a boost to William H Men enough time to elect Erbe and unsucce3sful bid the said I want to congratulate nomination for gov both Erbe and Schroeder on the P Republicans race they made Ill be out yot Jack ng for he Republican 4 and Noman this fall the same as I always im Schroeder felt he could had exchanged won the nomination if he had announced earlier and worked harder I didnt have an or Lineup for November ganization or money nothingcinct in the county except friends he said REPUBLICAN Convention to Norman Erbe W L Mooty xMelvin D Synhorst xC B Akers xM L Abrahamson xClyde Spry Evan Hullman OFFICE choose Senator Governor Lt Gov Sec of State State Auditor State Treasurer Sec of DEMOCRAT Herschel Loveless E J McManus John E Hansen Kenneth Robinson Robert E Hutte Conrad E Lawlor Neel F Hill xFred Schwengel James Bromwcll xH R Gross xJolin Kyi Floyd M Burgcson Curtis G Riehm xBen F Jensen xCharlcs B Hocven xDenotes incumbent Attorney General Don Wilson CONGRESS 1st District 2nd District 3rd District 4th District 5th District 6th District 7th District 8th District Walter Guenther xLeonard G Wolf Ed J Gallagher Jr C Edwin Gilmour xNcal Smith xMcrwin Coad Duanc Orton Donald E OBrien Clear j heated arguments in the last weeks of the campaign Nicholas carried every pre Edward J Gallagher Jr Wa terloo attorney edged past Mc Mannes by 27 votes to carry Cerro Gordo County in his battle for the Democratic nomination for 3rd District Congressman Gallaghers total vote was 877 WASHINGTON to Mamie to Cannes 850 Eisenhower hospitalized with THE MASON CITY packing Mamie wont go on Asian tour asthmatic bronchitis will not accompany the President on his Far Eastern tour house employe who has been active for years in labor union work generally carried rural Announcing this Tuesday theiCerro Gordo but lost four of the White House reported that precincts in Mason City first lady is getting along very McMannes carried his hon nicely She entered Walter Reed Army Hospital for treat ment last Wednesday Prior to the hospitalization the White House said Mrs Ei along with the President on a tour which originally included 10 days in Russia carried his home precinct the second of the first ward with a total of 107 votes to Gallaghers 87 He also car ricd the first precinct of the sec senhower was planning to go ond ward by 81 to 68 votes Me Manncs carried the first pre cinct of the fourth ward by 62 to 43 votes and the first precinct   

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