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Rye, Carl Running for Reelection
Six Candidates for City Councilmen Announced Burns and Rye to Run Again; Selby Not Candidate. Six candidates for three positions on the city council were announced Monday, precipitating immediately a campaign that will continue until the election is held in three weeks, Monday, March 27. The three councilmen whose terms expire are Mayor E. S. Selby, who announced he would not be a candidate again, and John J. Burns and Carl Rye, both of whom stated they were candidates for re-election. Four new candidates in the field arc: •I. T. Laird, veteran shoe merchant. David Olson, member of the llrm of Mason City Lumber company and former city water commissioner. Hay E. Fauloy, sheet metal contractor. Raymond Zaclc, district engineer engineer of tho Iowa state highway highway commission. Both Mr. Rye and Mr. Burns have served on the council three years, while M a y o r Selby has held a position position on the council ever since the adoption adoption of the city manager form of government six years ago. Two of the five council- nen hold their offices for two CARL KYE more years. They are W. J. Pagenhart and H. M. Knudson. Little concerning concerning the platform o n which the various various candidates wero running was contained in the brief signed a n- nounce m e n t s which appeal- elsewhere in this issue. Of interest is the statement of J. J. BU11NS one of the new candidates, Mr. Laird, that it was not his intention to "favor any changes In the present present form of city government." NEW CANDIDATES RAY K. PAULEY RAYMOND ZACK EDITOR'S NOTE— P h o t o- graphs of the two other new candidates for city council, J. T. Laird nml David Olson, wern not available, for this edition and will be run later this week. sistnnt postmasters general, whose nominations arc expected to be s^nt to the senate Thursday. They are: Joseph C. O'Mahoncy, Wyoming first assistant; William W. Howes. South Dakota, second assistant Clinton B. Eilenbergcr, Pennsyl vania, third assistant, and Sllliman Evans, Texas, fourth assistant. i a