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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 5, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home Mason City Home of Gracious Contributed by Don Kubish 819 9th Mason City MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH SOWANS VOL LXM Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 5 1956 Hick This Paper at Two SectionsSection One P ns Nich s HOME No 2M W JL JL Diercks Luscomb Westcott Phalen Nominated in County Foreign Aid Plea by Ike Meets With Solons Top FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Eis enhower has asked House Demo cratic and Republican leaders to meet with him Tuesday night for talks about the Cut in foreign aid voted by the House Foreign Affairs Committee He hopes to get the cut rescinded Announcing plans for the con ference House GOP Leader Mar tin of Massachusetts told news men at the White House that the President and other administra tion officials feel the program would be badly crippled if the cut is allowed to stand The administration has asked for in foreign aid lor the fiscal year starting July l Billion Cut The cut voted by the House committee calls for a reduction of one billion dollars in military aid The balance of the reduc tion would be in economic aid and in other fields Martin announced plans for the White House conference after he and other Republican congres sional leaders concluded their regular Tuesday morning confer ence with Eisenhower Marl in said the decision to have Tuesday evenings session was made before the morning meeting started Senate GOP Leader Knowland told newsmen that the similar bi partisan meeting of Senate lead ers will be held with the Presi dent when the foreign aid bill is ready for Senate action Debate Set The bill is scheduled to come up for House debate Wednesday In the Senate the aid program still is before the Foreign Rela tions Committee A long line of administration witnesses pleaded against heavy cuts in testimony last week Chairman Walter F JACK J DIERCKS GOP Supervisor 1st Dist ELMER LUSCOMB GOP Supervisor 2nd Disf REX WESTCOTT Supervisor 2nd Dish DAN PHALEN Demo Sheriff Micich Tops Ryan Will Oppose Gross John Brown Loses in Bid to Retain Supervisors Post John G Brown veteran county supervisor from the 1st district of Cerro Gordo County was defeated in a race for renomination on the Republican ticket in Mondays primary election Republican voters selected Jack J Diercks an accountant as their nominee for 1st district supervisor by a vote of 885 to 793 for Brown and 719 for Stella Bisgrove In the 2nd supervisor district the Republican winner in a four cornered race was Elmer Luscomb who received 424 votes to 180 for Seymour Hall 361 for T Sears and 248 for Orelfaoel While the multiplicity of candi dates featured the supervisor races the chief interest of Repub lican voters here was on the United States senator nomination and on the lieutenant governor ship in which a Cerro Gordo County resident W H Nicholas was a candidate for the GOP u i v T IV T U 1 Lt L George DGa said he thought the House cut was too great and that he would work to have at least part of it restored The showdown in the House comes just Britain has at a time announced when new move to increase trade with Red China Some congressmen called the action a blunder which will help the aidcut forces The British said Monday that they are relaxing a number of restrictions which limit the trade their colonies can carry on with Red China All About rf The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and little warmer Tuesday night low Considerable cloudi ness and not so warm Wednes day high 7982 Occasional thundershowers owa Partly cloudy and mild Tuesday night with scattered thunderstorms west Consider able cloudiness with scattered showers or thunderstorms Wed nesday Not so warm north west Wednesday Low Tuesday night in 60s Minnesota Showers mild GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Tuesday Maximum Monday 80 Minimum Monday night 57 At 8 Tuesday 72 YEAR AGO Maximum 82 Minimum 60 H R Gross Waterloo the Re publican incumbent will face Mike Micich of Charles City Democrat in the fall elec lions for Representative in Con gress from the 3rd Iowa district In the 2nd district it will be Henry 0 Tallc Decorah the Re publican incumbent against Leon ard G Wolf Elkader Rep James I Dolliver Fort Dodge Republican and Merwin Coad Boone Democrat were un opposed for the nominations in the 6th district Tightest of all Iowas congres sional races Monday was that be tween Micieli and Dan P Rvun Purkersburg editor It was not de cided until the last precinct reported The final unofficial vote was Micich Rym Rep Talle a former Luther College professor toppedHaridas T Muzumdar 55 native of India and now a Cornell College profes sor That vote with all precincts in was Talle Muzumdar Rep Gross won handily with votes against for Er nest J Seemann also of Water Wolf polled votes against ivas Franklin for Gene A Ford Cedar Hamillon the Rapids with one precinct still un reported County by County Vote Tabulated County by county results for al 356 precincts in the 3rd District Democrat congress race Black 822 Ryan 227 R 353 87 R 126 Cerro 565 R 639 429 R 332 716 R 134 160 R 217 130 R 157 249 R 249 510 R 349 252 R 323 403 R 266 282 R 599 WorthM 311 R 317 Franklin Is First County to Report first county to telephone in complete returns in the primary election Monday zettes correspondent turned in return at nomination Big Edge Sen Hickenlooper was given a tremendous endorsement in the county in his race for renomina tion He received to for Dayton Countryman W H Nicholas likewise was given a more than two to one vote over Wendell Pendleton for the Repub lican nomination for lieutenant governor in this county The vote was Nicholas Pen dleton On the Democratic ticket a fa miliar all the rest The Democrats nominated Dan Phalen for sheriff over his opponent Max Elliott by a vote of to 362 It was remi niscent of the days when his fa ther TinrPhalen held that of fice with large pluralities The Democrats nominated Rex Westcott for supervisor in the 2nd district by a vote of 197 to 104 R M Evans was the favorite of Democrats for senator in this county He received 830 to 527 for L F WilcoK Herschel Love less led in the county for the Democratic nomination for gover nor getting 844 against 646 for Lawrence E Plummer North wood The local Democrats favored George OMalley over William H Bartley for lieutenant governor by 639 to 595 They gave Dan J P Ryan 639 to 565 for Michael Micich for 3rd district represent ative in Congress No Opposition A number of candidates in Molotov Sits in on Talks With Tito MOSCOW leaders called Russias Vyacheslav M Molotov in on secret talks with President Tito of Yugoslavia Tuesday despite the old Bolshe viks retirement as foreign minister Both Molotov and his successor former Pravda editor Dmitri T Shepilov were on the Soviet del egation that began formal talks with Tito and the Yugoslav dele gation in the great Kremlin Pal ace Top Position There had been speculation that the announcement of Molotovs resignation from the Foreign Ministry was timed tt coincide with Titos visit to the Soviet Union It was Molotov who signed Stalins 1948 declaration expelling Tito from the nowdemised Corn inform But Molotov who remained as first deputy premier and member of the party Presidium held a prominent position at the green covered conference table The Soviet delegation was led by Soviet Premier Nikolai Bul anin and Communist Party chief Nikita S Khrushchev Party Affairs The exact agenda of the discus sions was not disclosed but it was presumed the subject would be Communist Party affairs Observ ers also expected the Soviet lead ers to give Tito a detailed picture of Stalins record in recent years The opening session lasted two lours Bulganin later played host B B HICKENLOOPER GOP Senator HERSCHEL LOVELESS Demo Governor at a luncheon in Titos honor Cerro Gordo County of bothi parties wen nominated ioshilov wis hosl lt W H NICHOLAS GOP Lt Governor R M EVANS Senator Heres State Lineup forGeneral Election H R GROSS for Congress MICHAEL MICICH for Congress opposition in Mondays primary election These included the following in the Republican column W H Tatc state senator 43rd district Dr J C Kaiser Rockwell state representative from the 87th dis trict Ward Hammond county auditor Ethel Ridgeway county treasurer S H MacPeak clerk of the district court Gerald D Allen sheriff Bernice Tail county recorder David J Butler county attorney and Dr Joseph E Christopherson coroner Following are the Democratic candidates nominated without opposition to county offices Wil liam MacArthur state senator Leo George state representative W S Taylor county treasurer William Pappas county attorney and J C Dickinson supervisor first district In Mason City Frederick B Shaffer and C R Servison were nominated without opposition for justices of peace and Virgil A Reid and R R Pierce without opposition for constables all on the Republican ticket The following is the total vote precincts in Mason City as compared with previous elections recinct 1952 1954 1956 1st of 1st 412 306 nd of 1st 659 486 2nd 775 518 2nd of 2nd 505 334 of 3rd 895 732 2nd of 3rd 337 of 4th 697 526 2nd of 4th 197 176 293 511 478 328 597 361 435 214 3415 3217 reception Monday similar SAME lag1 mentis no death in past hours Personal Income af AMTime Record Rate WASHINGTON in come in April rose by nearly 2 billion dollars to a record an al rate of 317 billion the Com merce Department said Tuesday II was the second straigh month in which a rise of ncarlj wo billion dollars on an annua had been recorded The Vpril rate compares with for March and 5313 for February Ashland Wins But Baum Is Defeated CLEAR E Ashland renominatecl for justice of the peace in Clear Lake but Fred Baum the other incumbent lost out J C Buttlemnn barber and former police chief won the other place on the Republican ticket The voting was Ashland 570 But tieman M9 and Baum 286 ELECTION RESULTS S E NATOR Republican of precincts Coun tryman Hick enlooper Democrat Evans Wilcox GOVERNOR Democratic precincts Loveless 402 Plummer LT GOV precincts Nicholas Pendleton Democratic precincts Bartley 869 OMalley COMMERCE COMMISSION Republican precincts Reed Richardson 683 Thompson Demo cratic precincts Lint Vaughn ATTY GEN precincts Erbe Hise precincts Fitzgerald Welch Wilson CONGRESS 1st Dist Democratic 293 precincts of 298 Bramhall Donald McCuf lough Milnes 2nd Dist Republican 347 precincts of 347 Muzumdar Talle Demo cratic 347 precincts Ford Wolf 3rd Dist Republican 356 precincts of 356 Gross Seemann 356 precincts Micich Ryan 4th Dist Democratic 316 precincts of 318 Carter Kramer Lindskoog 5th Dist Democratic 231 precincts of 231 Denman Jones McLaughlin Smith 7th Dist Democratic 333 precincts of 333 Carlson J Jensen DES MOINES Here are Iowas November general elec tion candidates Senate Sen Bourke B Loveless Choice of Demos Countryman Loses 21 DES MOINES S Sen B B Hickenlooper who asked Re publican renomination on the bas is of his support of the Eisenhow er administration got a whopping majority He took or was leading Atty Gen Dayton Countryman in all except 3 of the states 99 coun ties unofficial and nearly com plete returns showed Tuesday The 59yearold Cedar Rapids senator in bidding for a third term won all except 1 of the states 27 drought counties on which Countryman leaned heavily for support Countryman 38 who is serving his first term as attorney general said after sending congratulations to Hickenlooper from his home in Nevada JThe farmers have shown that they are happy by renominating Election Issues Hickenlooper said The fall campaign is of utmost import ance because the Issues will be on the continuance of the Eisenhower Joining the senator in racking up winning ratios of about two to one were R M Spike Evans 65 Arnolds Park the Democratic senatorial nominee over Lumund F WSlcox 44 Jefferson and Herschcl C Loveless 45 Ottum wa who took the Democratic nomination for governor from Lawrence E Plummer 47 North wood Loveless will contest in Novem ber with Gov Leo Hoegh who was unopposed for GOP renom ination for a second term In other state office contests W H Nicholas 63 Mason City a Former lieutenant governor won over Wendell Pendleton 36 Storm Lake legislator for the GOP nom ination for lieutenant governor On the Democratic ticket for he same office George E OMalley 50 state senator from Des Moines stood off William H Eartley 39 Iowa City Beats Liiit In another Democratic race for that partys nomination for com merce commissioner Walter A Vaughn 59 Clinton won over Lewis E Lint 30 Des Moines One of the hottest contests of all was for the Republican nomina tion for attorney general Norman Erbe 36 Boone an assistant at torney general waged a close battle with Don Hise 46 Des Moines in early returns But Erbe pulled considerably ahead on the basis of nearly complete reports It appeared that two nomina tions would be left for the re parties state conventions Hickenlooper 59 RCedar Rap ids vs R M Spike Evans 65 DArnolds Leo A Hoegh 48 RCharilon vs Herschel Loveless 45 Lt H Nich olas 63 RMason City vs State Sen George OMalley 50 DDes Secretary of State Incumbent Melvin D Synhorst 42 ROrangc City vs Frank L Davey DDes State Chet B Akers 68 ROttumwa vs George J Eischeid State M L Abrahamson 53 RBoonc vs John E Hansen 56 DEagie Secretary of Agriculture In cumbent Clyde Spry 67 RBron son vs Harold Olson 49 D Spirit Attorney General Norman A rbe 36 RBoone vs Democrat not yet determined due to close less of race puinus state conventions Commerce Commission Waltito settle One was for the Demo er A Vaughn 50 DCIinton vsfcratic choice for attorney gen Republican not yet determined oral The other was for the Re iue to closeness of race publican nomination for com CONGRESS 1st Fred Schwen el 49 RDavenport vs Demo crat not yet determined due iloseness of race 2nd District Rep Henry to alle 64 RDecorah vs Leonard J Wolf 30 Elkader 3rd H R Gross 7 RWaterloo vs Michael Micich DCharles 4th District Rep Karl Le Compte 69 RCorydon vs Ste en V Carter 40 5th Paul Cunning am 65 RDes Moines vs Dem crat not yet determined 6th James I Del iver 62 RFort Dodge vs Mer vin Coad 7th Ben F Jen en 63 RExira vs John L Jen jsen 31 8th District Rep Charles B Hoevcn ti RAlton vs Robert J Salem DSioux inercc commissioner Under Iowa law if none of tha candidates for a certain nomina tion gets 35 per cent of the vote cast for the nomination the partys choice is left to the con vention In the Democratic race for at torney general Edward R Fitz gerald 53 Des Moines was ahead but probably it will take the official canvass to determine if he got 35 per cent GOP Choice For the Republican choice for commerce commissioner B M Richardson 60 Des Moines for mer commissioner and H M Reed 49 Panora mayor were neck and neck in a threeway Jenrace The other contender Ray H Thompson Newton was close behind Although indications were that the total vote would be lighter than usual for a presidential year ;