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April 26, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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26 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NINETEEN 524IOWANS SEEK NOMINATIONS AT PRIMARY IN IOWA Total Number Far Short of 602 Mark Established 2 Years Ago. DES MOINES, April 26. UP)--Entrants for Iowa's June republican and democratic primaries reached the 524 mark today with the receipt of 13 petitions in addition to those tiled when ae filing period ended yesterday. The total, which is not expected to be increased materially, is considerably short of the 602 mark of two years ago. The 13 new petitions had been mailed yesterday and were received by the secretary of state today. Among the late entries was George W. Koob of Dubuque, candidate for the democratic nomination Cor congress from the second district. His papers had been held up temporarily pending an attorney general's interpretation of the law as to the number of signers required on the netitioris. Finch Joines List. The democratic race for governor underwent a change which was the feature of the closing of the lists when George Finch of Sioux City aded his candidacy to those of Gov. Clyde L. Herring and Charles Z. Zylstra of Hawarden while Francis · G. Cutler of Boone withdrew. Cutler's retirement was announced in a statement in which he said he would throw his support to Zylstra as an "aggressively progressive" candidate. No change was made in the republican gubernatorial race, feature fight of the pre-primary campaign, and former Gov.-Dan Turner of Corning, Robert Colflesh of Des Moines, Clarence Knutson of Clear Lake and Wallace M. Short of Sioux City remained as the contestants.. Without Opposition, The close of the filing period left four of the present democratic state officials without opposition for re- nomination, no candidates appearing to seek the party designations for the posts held by Lieut. Gov. -Ncls Kraschel, Auditor C. W. Storms, Treasurer Leo J. Wegman and Attorney General Ed L. O'Connor. In the republican field, however, the entries assured contests for all the places on the state office slate V'ith the exception of that of secretary of state where G. C. Greenwalt of Des Moines, former holder of that office, is unopposed for the party nomination. Miss Agnes Samuelson, state superintendent of public instruction and sole surviving republican in a major state office, has two rivals ...for the party nomination, while ' three democrats are seeking that place on their party ticket. Include 6 Democrats. The present nine Iowa congressmen, who include six democrats and three republicans, all are candidates AFRIEND ADVISED HIM TO GIVE THE GLY-CAS A TRIAL New Remedy Quickly Regulated His W h o l e System; Rheumatic Pain Gone, Kidneys and Bowels Regulated, Feels Fine. Mr. Hiram Girard, formerly a resident of Mason City and who now lives just east of here at Nora Springs, is among the hundreds throughout Mason City and vicinity ·who know to their joy, the vast difference in results to be had MR. HIRAM GIRARD from Gly-Cas' vegetable ingredients with glycerine, compared with other present day medicines. Read what Mr. Girard said recently of his remarkable experience with this new remedy: "I know an honest trial of Gly- Cas will convince the most skeptical person of its merit," he said. "For twelve years I had been in an ruvful condition, suffered terribly at times. Was badly constipated, had piles, kidneys were out of order and rheumatic pains caused me such misery. I couldn't get a good night's sleep, kidneys got me up many times during the night, and for the past 6 months that awful rheumatism would not let me have any rest at all. In spite of all the medicines I tried, I got no better--until a friend advised me to give Gly-Cas a fair trial--I did and today I am practically recovered from those miserable years of poor health. I have been relieved of that former suffering and am again feeling fine. Neighbors and friends wishing to know more about this remarkable remedy, Gly-Cas, can call at my 'home and I will be glad to tell them." Gly-Cas is sold by the Michael Drug Co., 5 South Federal Avc.. ilason City, Iowa. for renomination. Four of the democrats and two republicans have no opposition within their party. Those who are unopposed for re- nomination are Representatives Ed Eicher, B. M. Jacobsen, Fred Biermann and Guy Gillette, democrats, and Lloyd Thurston and Fred Gil- Christ. The '22 vacant seats in the state senate are sought by 67 candidates, including 39 republicans and 28 democrats, assuring primary and general election contests in which the partisan control of the nearly evenly divided upper branch will hang in the balance. 360 Seek Seats. A total of 360 candidates filed for the 108 house seats, 199 seeking republican nominations and 161 trying for places on the democratic ticket. Of the 47 candidates or state offices 28 are republicans and 19 are democrats. The 37 candidates for congress include 21 republicans and 16 democrats. The list of candidates for state and congressional offices: States offices: Governor--Democratic, x-Clyde L. Piercing of Des Moines, Charles J. Zylstra of Hawarden and George Finch of Sioux City; republican. Wallace M. Short of Sioux City, Clarence A. Knutson of Clear Lake, Dan Turner of Corning- and Robert W. Colflesh of Des Moines. Cress in Race. Lieutenant governor--Democratic, x-Nelson G. Kraschel; republican, G. W. Patterson of Burt, G. E. Cress of Mason City, Harry B. Thompson of Muscatine and J. A. Nelson of Decorah. Secretary of state--Democratic, x-Mrs. Alex Miller of Washington and Robert L. Jones of Des Moines; republican, G. C. Greenwalt of Des Moines. Secretary of agriculture--Democratic, x-Ray Murray of Buffalo Center and Dr. Thomas J. Curran of Ottumwa; republican, Ed T. Davis of Iowa City, Fred W. Nelson of Nevada, William J. Campbell of Jesup and W. H. Rowlands of Des Moines. State auditor--Democratic, x-C. W. Storms of Fort Madison; republican, Frank M. Hanson of Garner and E. B. McGlothlen of Jefferson. Wegman Runs Again, State treasurer -- Democratic, x-Leo J. Wegman of Carroll; republican, Frank L. Wiliams of Cedar Rapids, Seth S. Silver of Cantril and George B. Perkins of Sac City. Superintendent of public instruction--Democratic, G. S. Wooten of Boone, Patrick E. Kehoe of Farley, N. W. McGee of Shell Rock; republican, x-Agnes Samuelson of Shenandoah, Hazel V. Thomas of Belmond, P. E. McClenahan of Cedar Falls. Railroad commissioner -- Democratic, Paul W. Schmidt ol Iowa City, Frank Flaherty of Sioux City, James Burgess of Sioux City, Harry Dunlap of Ames and Paul I. D. Ostby of Kensett; republican, X. Fred P. Woodruff of Knoxville, C. O. Fraser of Council Bluffs, Thomas E. Martin of Iowa City and George A. Huffman of Des Moines. Mowry Seeks Office. Attorney general--Democratic, X- Edward L. O'Connor of Iowa City; republican, Itoss R. Mowry of Newton, Robert J. Shaw of Sigourney, Harry B. Swan of Atlantic and Ole Naglestad of Sioux City. Congressional candidates: First district--Democratic, X-Ed C. Eicher of Washington; republican, E. R. Hicklin of Wapello and L. H. Childs of Fort Madison. Second district--Democratic, X-B. M. Jacobsen of Clinton; republican, Martin B. Andelfinger of Dubuque. Third district--Democratic, X-A. C. Wilford of Waterloo, Ernest J. Seemann of Readlyn, Horace Van Metre of Waterloo; republican John E. Johnson of Reicbeck, Leo J. Mak of Waterloo, Frank J. McGreevy of Ackley, John W. Gwynne of Waterloo and' 0. A. Ontjes of Grundy Center. Biermann Unopposed. Fourth district--Democratic, X- Fred Biermann of Decorah; republican, King R. Palmer of West Union and C. A. Benson of Elkader. Fifth district--Democratic, Ernest Fabritz of Ottumwa; republican, X-Lloyd Thurston of Osceola. Sixth district--Democratic, Leroy C. Fisher of Polk City; Thomas F. Crocker of Ames, Benj. G. Dyer of Ames and Hubert Utterback of Des Moines; republican, X-C. C. Dowel] of Des Moines and W. W. Klein of Des Moines. Seventh district--Democratic, x- Otha D. Wearin of Hastings, James Pearson of Shenandoah and Willam P. Welch of Logan; republican, Charles E. Swanson of Council Bluffs and John M. Henry of Council Bluffs. Gilchrist and Beyers. Eighth district--Democratic, Joseph J. Beyers of Carroll; republican, x-Fred C. Gilchrist of Laurens. Ninth d''strict--Democratic, x-Guy M. Gillett of Cherokee: republican, Thomas H. McBride of Sioux City, M. E. DeWolf of Spencer, Verne Brady of Sanborn and Robert Hunter of Sioux City. Candidates for state senator and state representative, in addition to those previously announced, included the following in North Iowa. State Senator. Thirty-seventh district--(Hamilton, Hardin, Wright)--Irving H. Knudson (R) Ellsworth; William Schmedika (R) Iowa Falls; Dewey Gilbert (D) Iowa Falls. Forty-fourth--(Chickasaw, Floyd) --H. M. Walleser (D) Charles City. State Representative. Allamakee--Frank Klees fR) Waukon. Chickasaw--J. C. Hewitt (D) New Hampton; Harry F. Ashley (R) Deerfield township. Cerro Gordo--Walter B. Pedelty (D) Mason City; Earl Dean (D) Mason City. Emmet -- E. J. Maniece (D) Estherville, Floyd --Bessie K. Regal (D) Charles City; Roy J. Sours (R) Charles City; Ernest J. Schmidt (R) Charles City. Franklin--A. W. Wolfe (D) Hampton. Greene--Walter G. Holden (R) Scranton. Hardin--E. O. Ellsworth (R) Iowa Rails; Mrs. 0. K. Diek (D) Iowa Falls. Winnebag-o--Ole Kringlaak (R) Lake Mills; N. K. "Anderson (R) Thompson. Palo Alto--E. V. Mulroney (D) Emmetsburg; George H. Keeney (D) Mallard; A. H. Henningsen (R) Graettlnger; D. M. Lusc (R) Emmetsburg. Pocahontas--Jens Thompsoon (R) Rolfe. Wright--F. H. Peterson (R) Dows. Winneshiek--0. A. Jacoobswn (R) Decrah; T. A. Scheidemantel (D) Ossian. F1 o y d--Franklin Dunn (D) Charles City. Emmet--G. H. Morse, Jr., (R) Estherville. Palo Alto--P. H. Donlon (D) Rutiiven. TO HEAR MORE FROM JOHNSON Nation Told by NRA Chief Blue Eagle Speech to Be Made Soon. WASHINGTON, April 20. (fl 3 )-The nation soon will hear more from Hugh S. Johnson about the blue eagle and NRA's experiment at industrial reconstruction. "I've got a speech in my system that I've got to get out," Johnson said today, grinning. Probably the speech will come out next week at Columbus, Ohio, where the NRA chief has been invited to address an industrial gathering. Next week is to see the rebirth of the blue eagle as a code bird, identifying its displayer by industry and number. To stimulate demand and support for the 1931 model eagle, Johnson's aides have mapped out a systematic publicity campaign which, according to advance notice, will have little of the drum beating, parading, four-minute-speech quality which marked the big blue eagle drive of last August. Livestock experts say immature grass in the spring of the year is about 90 per cent water and therefore it is impossible for grazing cattle to maintain their weight without other feed. Franklin D'Olier, Jr., Stops in Mason City Franklin D'Olier, Jr., son of Colonel D'Olier, Newark, N. J., first national commander of the American Legion and frequent visitor at the Col. Hauford McNider home in Mason City, stopped in the city briefly Wednesday while motoring to Montana. Wink, Texas, oil boom town, soon is to have its first city park. 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