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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 2, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbor Home Edition VOL M MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 2 1W4 UOc a Piper ot Two PVMC Full No 97 ump Scalise are winners Hot battle for 6th 7th fail to nominate Must go to convention DES MOINES AP South west Iowa Democrats and north west Republicans failed to nom inate candidates for Congress in Mondays primary election Crowded races in the 6th and 7th districts prevented any of the candidates from getting the necessary 35 per cent of the to tal vote and a place on the Nov 3 general election ballot District conventions of the two parties will decide the can didates V Of the six incumbent congress menonly Rep ff RGross 64 yearold selfappointed watchdog of governmental spending had primary opposition But he eas ily won Republican renomma uon for a ninth term in the 3rd District over Ernest J Seamann a frequently unsuccessful office seeker from Waterloo The congressmen whowere unopposed were Fred Schwen gel 1st District James E Bromwell Renter Point 2ndJohn Kyi RBloom field 4th NeaL Smith DA1 toona 5thand Ben F Jensen RExira 7th The retirement of veteran GOP Rep Charles B Hoeven of Alton brought out seven Repub lican candidates in the 6th Dis trict Six Democrats sought the chance to meet Jensen 71 dean of Iowa congressmen in the general election In the sevenway Republican 6th District race Dwayne L Merry 35 ofStorm Lake Bu ena Vista College sociology pro fessor apparently was the high est votegetter but he polled on ly 18 per cent of the totalvote i Others in the scramble were Leonard C Andersen 53 Sioux City insurance agent andstate representative Dr John L Powers 45 Esthervflle physi cian Lee E 45 Correc tionville farmer Howard N Spkol 52 sales man and state representative Washburn W Steele 45 Chero kee farmer and state represent ative and Lee Wallin 35 Sioux n H R CROSS 3rd District foes for Congress nominations Wilson protests Mooty wins Hultman outpolls Gov Hughes Wilson asks Demo STEPHEN PETERSON former assistant to Hoe City ven Complete but unofficial re turns from the districts 410 pre cincts gave Merry 6300 votes Andersen 3171 Powers 6249 Smith 1094 Sokol 6i24 Steele 5090 Wallin 5470 On the Democratic side Stan Icy L Greigg 32 Sioux City mayor and Morningside College dean of men won the nomina tion over Packard Wolle 45 Sioux City a former federal ad CONGRESS Continued on Page 2 Scoreboard CONCR6SS 2nd D 337 of 337 Culver 11 185 Feld 6669 3rd 355 of 355 R Gross 23 360 Seemann 3392 DPeter son 5140 Stokes 3922 171 249 Steele 5090 Wallin D 410 of 410 Greigg 6780 White 2803 Wolle 5472 937 Gordon 1784 Hanscn 889 Meyer 4137 Tokheim 927 Watson 1986 North Iowa Weather outlook Mostly fair and locally cool er Tuesday nignt lows n mid Partly cloudy with scat fered light showers likely Wednesday highs m the Ms en 2 W L MOOTY DON WILSON LAWRENCE SCALISE W N BUMP v Attorney General opponents O n nn w Its on the line i for Rocky Barry SAN er 7 amto7 pm ifornia Republicans were choos8pm in four 32861 ing between Barry Goldwater precincts and Nelson A Rockefeller Tues day in a lastinthenation priturns in Los Angeles Rockefell mary that may decided the kind er in New York of Republican the party will nominate for president in July Arefc to watch r Los Angeles Orange and San Diegp counties A turbulent finish climaxed bulwark of Southern Californias the campaign for 86 pledged predominant strength San Francisco and its populous neighbors and the agricultural W delegates in a showdown be tween the professed conserva tism of the Arizona senator and the moderate credo of the New York governor It was r winnertakeall affair with no writeins permitted Balmy weather quickening in terest in the presidential anda fierce partysplittingbat tle for the Democratic senatorial nomination were expected to bring out nearly 70 per cent of the states 4 million Democratic voters and 29 million Republi cans Goldwater and Rockefeller closed their pounding drive Mon day night with final salvos as discordant as the rival victory predictions Goldwater disputing state polls which tabbed Rocke feller to repeat his May 15 Ore gon Victory told an airport rally in Lps Angeles Were going to Ive never been so confi Rockefeller who finished up away at the 6th 410 of 410 R Andersen 3two terminals UK Merry 6300 Powers 6sprawling airport avoided any Smith 1094 Sokol 6124 predictions But his supporters remained optimistic that he would win fairly big Pobce called for help when 7th 437 of 437 D Ambrose 1 Rockefeller landed after a 12 4city 1500 mile aerial tour in Iwhich he continued to assail his opponents political views as ex tremist About half the 1000 persons in the welcoming crowd appeared to be Goldwater supporters who booed Rockefellers assertion that the senator has taken an impulsive and irresponsible stand on the use of nuclear weapons The longawaited dtcfcion by Republican voters will come aft Goldwater await the re central valley Democrats bada to make too on whether to hand their 154 national convention votes to opposing slates headed by Gov Edmund G Brown and Los Angeles Mayor Samuel W Yprty Both delegations are in formally pledged to President Johnson The real Democratic battle in volved a clash between Pierre Salinger press secretary to two presidents and State Controller Alan Cranston for the party nomination for ailing Sen Clair Engles seat The race pitted Brown or ganized labor and the Demo cratic club movementbehind Cranston against Assembly Speaker Jesse M Unruh Atty Gen Stanley Mosk and other party elements supporting Sal inger in a power struggle Sal inger has played heavily on his close ties with the late Presi dent John F Kennedy in buck ing a wellestablished state fig ure who polled the highest vote of any candidate in winning re election as controller in 1962 Inside The Globe Clear Lake news Editorials v news 54 North iowa news Sports news f Latest markers 1 Mason City news 12031 Farm news 1 Classified pages Hl PRIME BEEP This shows the progress in the construction of Albert the worlds largest huge structure which dwarfs two boys in the picture is designed both as a tour ist attraction and a salute to Audubon Iowa cattlemen The big Hereford will receive a layer of cement over a steel Photofax mesh and then a coat of paint Al bert will be dedicated next fall when the Audubon area sends its annualspe cial trainload of prize beef to the Chi cago market The structure is about 30 feet high and will weigh about 45 tons Romania hopes to buy US goods nuclear power plants WASHINGTON with a new US trade policy pledge Communist Romania hopes to buy large quantities of American industrial equipment soon probably including two big nuclear power plants The Bucharest government which has rejected Soviet eco nomic domination is reported to have a shopping list for pur chases of industrial equipment in the United States and West ern Europe amounting to pos sibly million How much of this will be bought in the United States un der a government agreement announced Monday will depend on what kind of deals the Roj manians can make with manu facturers and the credit terms they can get US officials said the credit issue is still unresolved and will require a decision by President Johnson However they expect Johnson will decide it is in the US interest to have the Ex portImport Bank guarantee fiveyear credits for Romania The new pact negotiated dur ing the past two weeks also pro vides that the legations in Washington and Bucharest will be elevated to embassies Wil liam A Crawford US minister to Romania is expected to be given the new ambassadoria post American officials said the agreement will definitely mean more export business for this country but they also attached considerable political signifi cance to it In effect the United States has taken the position that since Romania has shown growingin dependence of Moscowand ha chosen to engage in industria expansion against Soviet advice the United States is prepared t help the Romanians with thei expansion Wornson gets nod in city Marion 13 Olson seeking a third term and newcomer How ard Bonn won Republican nominations for state represent ative from Cerro Gordo County in Mondays They will oppose Democrats Mrs M H Wolcott of rural Rockwell and R J Clapsaddle of sMason City next November Mrs Wolcott and Clapsaddle wereunopposed i In a1 close race Clayton L Wornson won the Republican Cerro dordo ounty attorney over Thomas C serincff 1397 to Michael DunnMason City wasunop posed for the Democratic nom nation The only Democratic contests or county saw J C Dickinson a firstdistrict in umbent and Harold Anderegg Jougherty a former supervisor n the third district winnom nations in the supervisor race The turnout was extremely ight Only some 3500 votes Re publican and Democratic were ast in the county The Repub scan primary drew about 250C if those There were 2460 voters in the iight Mason City yrecincts rep resenting about 16 per cent those registered Three Republicans sought the wo Cerro Gordo seats in th Iowa House Olson led with 1906 followe y Benn 1432 and Al deBuhr 966 Like Benn deBuhr wa making his political bow This is the first time Cerr ordo has been assigned tw seats The second came as a re suit of a temporary rcapportion ment plan adopted by the las egislature Olson won 27 of the 30 Cerr lordo precincts including seve of eight in Mason City The vel eran legislator served man years as Cerro Gordo Count ixtension director andwith th Point 4 agricultural program Iraq prior to retirement Benn operator of the Ben Cursing Home here won on Mason City precinct and th West Mason precinct DeBuhr president of Gordon Manufaotur ing Co tied Olson 2323 in Ma son Township All three candidates stresse tax revision and reform partic ularly in connection with stat aid for education in their cam paign statements In the Republican county a torneys race Wornson built 310vote lead in Mason City an nursed it to a final 243vote ad vantage He won seven of eigh i r i DES MOINES political tempo was ex pected tcrpick up after a lackluster primary election highlighted by tight battles for the Republican and Democratic nominations for attorney general butig nored by about fiveout of six eligible voters Monday The campaign will get a lit tle hotter now that the primary is over and our ticket is set said Atty Gen Evan Hultman Tuesday He was the top vote getter although unopposed for the Republican nomination for governor Democratic1 Gov H a r o I d Hughes also was unopposed in J Is a second term With 2410 of 2485 precincts sported Hultmanhad 157688 otes and Hughes 101594 A few ounties bother to count he votefor governor right away ecause the candidates had no p position The margin posted by Hult man 38 of Waterloo was not urprising i since voters must ast a straight party hcket in le primary and Iowa has more epubhcans than Democrats Mason City precincts 49 talked matur ity in the campaign Senneff COUNTY Continued on Page 2 DES ons bf Democratic t state hairrhari arid memKers oftha Central Committee were jmanded Tuesdayby Don J ilsori of West DesM6iries Lwho pparently lost the party noml ation for attorney general The governor should demand icir resignations Wilson said They spent the money I con to the party campaign ng against me When the state chairman and ic Central Committee do such hings in a primary election Two years ago Hughes drew they should resign nly 66624 votes m the primary 134OJO for former Republican ov Norman Erbe but Hughes ton in the general election by about 40000 votes The total vote of about 265000 was the lowest m morethan 30 rears The previous low m a rimary in moderntimes was 271999 in 1944 There are an estimated 17 million eligible roters in Iowa md state officials had predicted hat about 340000 would vote The slim turnout was blamed n lack ofcontests in many top tate races1 good arming and daylight saying ime which prevented many voting on the way o work because polls opened ail ipur later under fast time Features of the election in cluded the easy victory for re nomination scored by Republi can Lt Gov William L Mooty and the neckandneck racesfor attorney general Mooty 58 of Grundy Center landily defeated State Rep Robert Naden of Webster City who failed in an attempt to at STATE Continued on Page 2 Primary Scoreboard Gov STATE 2410 of 2485 R Hult man 157668 D Hughes 101594 Lt GOV 2485 Of 2485 R Moqly 117410 Naden 52595 Treas 2485 of 2485 RAbra hamson 125211 Reed 41369 Secy Ag 2485 of 2485 R Liddy113718 Thompson 48383 Atty Gen 2485 of 2485 R Bump 80914 Woodward 76996 D Scalise 46623 Wilson 4616 Withdraw Pilot Knob ski request DES MOINES re quest to operate a commercis ski run in Pilot Knob Stat Park under fire from conservj tion groups was withdraw Tuesday at a State Conservatio Commission meeting Commission Chairman Ea Jarvis of Wilton Junction sai Pilot Knob Ski and Recreation Inc withdrew the request be cause public opinion has built u against it Opponents said the park nea Forest City is rich in natun assets which they claime would be destroyed by construe tion and operation of the s lift Gov Harold Hughes last Sa urday spoke out against overe tension of developments in wild erness areas who won the attorney general nomination in 1958 and 960 but lost both the jeneral election apparently was dged in Mondays primary Lawrence F Scalise Carlisle attorney whoisf a close friend of state Chairman Lex Hawkins of Des Moines Scalise the 1962 Democratic andidate received 46267votes and Wilson drew45908 in un tfficial totals with of tha tates 2485precincts counted Wilson said that at least DOO was spent for Scalises cam aign If we would spends that kirid of money inthe general slection we would win every ime t The West Des Moines attorney said he and added that I think a wonderful that kind of money spent against me and he state Chairman and the Cen ral Committee campaigning for Scalise1 Scalise c a 1 i e d sWilsons charges he estimates his campaign ex penses at less than Wilson said he was not bitter about losing1 anddidnot planto ask for arecount I thought I would iosebylOJ 000 votes1 Wilson said Tiie only reason I ranwas that I hate bdss nile and believe in in dividuality The controversy first flared ast week when Wilson com plained that Democratic offi cials were backing Scalise Hughes contended he wasnot endorsingeither Scalise or Wit son Lu Verne woman is road victim V ALGONA Mrs Henry Per gande 65 of near LuVerne was killed Tuesday in the collision of a car and a truck at a county road intersection in southeast Kossuth County f Three persons were injured Mrs Pergande was in a car driven by her husband 66 who was hospitalized at Fort Dodge in fair condition In the truck were Gary Aanen son 18 of Rushmorc Minn and Eidre Loring 20 of Lake Park Iowa They were treated at a hospital and released   

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