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April 16, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 16 M 193G FIVE GAINS SEEN BY BOTH PARTIES Democrats Point to Million Votes for Roosevelt m Illinois. CHICAGO, (.T)--Members of both major parties Thursday professed to see gains In the results of Tuesday's statewide primary elections. Democrats pointed to a 1,158,806 vote for President Roosevelt, unopposed in his party's preferment ballot, and a record total of 1,375,295 ballots cast in the democratic gubernatorial race with 80 per cent of the precincts reported. Col. Frank Knox and Senator William E. Borah together drew 696,213 votes in their republican presidential preference duel while the seven man G. O. P. contest for the governorship nomination attracted 1,012,731 in approximately the same number of precincts. Gov. Henry Homer was renomin- ated by the democrats. But he earned victory by more than 93,000 votes over Dr. Herman N. Bundesen only after an internecine battle that pitted him against the regular organization headed by Mayor Edward J. Kelly of Chicago and National Committeeman P. A. Nash. C. Wayland Brooks, former marine lieutenant who won the G. O. P gubernatorial nomination, remarkec the schism in democracy's ranks and declared his party had come unscathed through the primary. Returns from 6,006 precincts gave Colonel Knox, publisher of the Chi cago Daily News, a statewide ma jority of 85,281 over Senator Borah But there were only fragmentary reports on the election of 49 accred ited delegates to the G. 0. P. con vention in the 25 congressional dis trictg. River Lighted Up. MARQUBTTE, /T--The officia seasonal opening of the Mississip) river to summer traffic was sig ,andon's Daughter Large Crowd Attends Club in Nora Springs NANCY JO LANDON " This is Miss Nancy Jo Landon, daughter or Governor AH M. Landon of Kansas and a, republican presidential possibility. The bunny she is holding is a treasured Easter gift. (Centural Press Photo) nailed here when government light on the upper stream were lightei Channel marking is unclerwa above this point. NOKA SPRINGS--The Commer- al and Agricultural club met uesday evening with an unusually arge attendance. Mr. Gogt and Mrs. lazier of Nashua entertained, tak- ig the place of George Godfrey of mcs who could not be present but ill speak for the club next Tucs- ay evening. COURTISES SEVERAL CASES ossuth Term to Be Closed Soon; Armstrong Man Held to Jury. ALGONA--Judge F. C. Davidson iettled a large number of minor .ases in the district court at Algona Wednesday and will close this term of court soon. The judge granted a separate maintenance to Marcella Erdman, St. Benedict, from Hermon Erdman' on grounds of open consort with another woman and cruel and nhuman treatment in the home. A property settlement was made to Mrs. Erdman and custody of five minor children was given her. Arnold Savoridc. Estherville juvenile, appeared before the judge on charges of forgery and was paroled to Oscar Refscll, Estherville attorney. G C. Knight, Armstrong, was bound over to the grand jury by Mayor C. F. Speclit under 51,000 bend which lie was unable to furnish. He was charged with driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Hermit Burtiss, Lonerock. was given a five day jail sentence by the mayor on charges of drunkenness. H. J. Weigand, local insurance agent, is being held for further investigation, pending drunkenness charges. At Excelsior Springs. BRITT -- Attorney Frank Senneff is at Excelsior Springs, Mo., and will be gone about two weeks. 4TH DISTRICT IS SECOND IN RANK Many American Legion Posts in North Iowa Reported Over Quotas. The fourth Iowa district ranks second in its ranking over quota in the American Legion membership drive. The ninth district leads with 114.2 and the fourth is next with 112.S Others over quota are Second 1072 Seventh 106, Third 101.5, Eighth 101.3. Sixth 100.5 and first 100.1. The fifth is at 99.1 Reports for North Iowa posts In- ude tl'.e following with * indicat- JUBILEE tf\ Make Sears Your SPORTING GOODS HEADQUARTERS A B I G 4 - S T A R V A L U E I N Elgin Robin Bicycles elude . ing posts over quota. Location Quota Mb _ rs :. "Allamakec County 122 "Lansing 19 *Postville 15 Quandahl · JJJ 1 'Waukon · * · · ^2 Ccrro Gordo C o u n t y . . . . 671 *Clear Lake 6fl Mason City 513 "Meservey 1S "Plymouth 1 s "Rockwell 27 '-Thornton 28 *Chickasa\v County 172 '-Fredericksburg 32 «Lawlcr 45 -Nashua 3" New Hampton 58 "Clayton County 268 $7.00 Down $6.00 Monthly Elkadcr ·Guttenberg McGregor -Marquette ! Monona .. ·St. Olaf .. -Strawberry Fayctte County 'Arlington 39 62 23 24 *Clermont Point 33 .... 315 .... 2fi 39 26 TIME TO "Elgin "Fayette Hawkeye ........ -Maynard ........ *OelwcJn ......... Wadena ......... Waucoma ....... 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Protect it against rust with Mobil Hj'drotone- 4; LUBRICATE. CHASSIS to prevent summer wenr. Mobilubrication protects every part. Mobiloil shown on the famous Mobiloil Chart. 2 REPLACE thm winter gear oil with the proper grade of Mobiloil Gear Oil for summer driving. Riceville *= *St. Ansgar 33 *Stacyville 1G *Winneshick County 179 ' : 'Calmar 32 *Decorah H 2 . *Ossian 1' *Spillville .: 18 Worth County 150 »Grafton 16 Manly 51 'Nortnwood .. Bremer County Denver Janesville ... Flainfield ... ·Suinner Tripoli Wavcrly Butler County Allison 'Aplington ... Bristow Clarksville . - Duraont *Greene '-*Parkersburg '· ? 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Nile Fabric Hose ·ucalril ninleed $2.29 Here's One of Our Greatest Jubilee Values 3(10 15 21 i~» 85 4(i 2S 41 14 10 88 32 93 18'J 31 28 ID 20 23 2D 36 11 1S6 20 133 33 358 35 Long-life dependability that yon would expect in a mower costing $15! 16-inch size. Solid rubber tires on 10-inch wheels. Improved raised-lipped bed knife. Five 36- inch crucible steel blades. Oversize precision-type hall bearings. AH gears accurately machined. Double riveted bracket":. Strong- shrub bar. 4 heavy bracket blade supports. -Eagle Grove Gcfdlield * Rowan Woolstock . . . . 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