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May 3, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 3 1934 COOK COMMENTS ON CAMPAIGNS Says Colflesh and Knutson Unquestionably Gaining in Strength. By LOUIS H. COOK. ' DES MOINES, May 3.--With only another month in which to unlimber their heavy artillery, providing they have any candidates in the primary campaigns may be expected to start calling each other by their pet names soon. So far, in the squabble for the · republican nomination as governor, nobody has succeeded in stealing the show. Also, recognizing that .most of the effective campaigning is done in the last three weeks, all .ot the candidates have been pro- .ceeding more or less under wraps. Knutson Has Moved Fast. The Knutson campaign in behalf -of the gross income tax movement · has been the most aggressively carried on, and unquestionably has made some progress. This may, or may not, prove to be an advantage. Practical experience in primary campaigns in Iowa has demonstrated that the candidate who. is at his peak on May 1 is likely to 'have a lot of trouble before the first Monday in June. . All of the candidates are having their troubles. Iowa is a big state, and enthusiasm is difficult to mam- tain in many communities without ·personal presence of the candidate. There is very little evidence that the public as a whole is all hot and "bothered over the -scrap. Turner Strength Wanes. A general review of the situation reveals that Colflesh and Knutson have unquestionably gained during the past month, while Turner strength is far belo\v what it was in his prior contests. There is little Turner support in eastern Iowa, or PRESIDENT GETS FIRST POPPY A Real Low Price on a Popular Plate A $20 Value for $11.50 really ate Save to set this PW.U to rerecae its Quality anft BtStm Vulcanite laced irtth a s "hade ol pin*. Boat In «« ««=» er by sKUled plate me wSr pint" 1' *« f" 5 complete satisfaction at a substantial saving. Impressions taken tit 9:30 A. M. -- Flates delivered by t V. SI. "Craven" Plates arc sold only ID CRAVEN'S EXCLUSIVE Plate Shoppes (Lltctlke Tccllo If yon desire Information auont platen-- WHITE-- Von ivIU be answered by return mall. 18 1st St. S. E., Mason City 620 Grand Ave. 408 Locust St Des Moines 117 2nd St. S. E., Cedar Bapids 413 Nebraska St., Sioux City All Ground Floor Locations No Phones -- Yon Do Not Need An Appointment State Commission to Begin Buying of Liquor.This Week DES MOINES, May 3. i.-l 1 )--The. state liquor control commission expects to begin the purchase o£ liquor Jus week. Members of the commission said today that it would take a number of days to complete the purchase of .he various varieties to be handled. While the commission is endeavoring to have at least some of the retail stores in operation by June 1, it has not decided on any definite opening date, Harold M. Cooper, commision chairman, said. He pointed out that the store rooms already leased had to be equipped and then had to be stocked from the central warehouse here. Little three year old Muriel Morgan came all the way from the home for widows and orphans maintained by the Veterans of Foreign Wars at Eaton Rapids, Mich., to present the first "buddy poppy" of the year to President Koosevelt. James E. Van Zandt, conimander-in-chiet o£ the veterans' organization, stands behind the president's desk. (Associated Press Photo). in any of the larger cities with the pbssible exceptions of Fort Dodge and Waterloo. Dan has, however, maintained his old ascendancy in the old insurgent counties of north central Iowa. He is suffering, in some o£ his other favorable territory in the northern part of the state, by competition from both Knutson and Short. 135,000 Votes Should Win. In eastern Iowa he is also great- handicapped by the quiet recognition by republican leaders, even Jiose who have been personally Tiendly,' that Colflesh at the head of the ticket means a. greatly in- leased opportunity for local victories. Unless all past precedents fail, a total of 135,000 votes will be nough to win in the republican primary. At the most, it is not to be expected that more than 400,000 votes will be cast. At least half o£ those eligible to vote in the primaries do not turn out It is conceivable, o£ course, ra^a field of four, that'no candidate will receivers per cent of the vote. This Gall Stone Colic Avoid operation u possible. Treat tne cause in a sensible, painless. Inexpensive way at home. 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Poppy Sale Planned. CARPENTER -- T h e auxiliary held a business meeting Tuesday and will have a poppy sale May 25. German railways will test "tmcli- et-type" cars for hauling coal and ore. Body of Aged Woman Taken to Rudd; Formerly Lived in Mason City. CLARKSVILLE, May'3.--Funeral services for Mrs. Phoebe Wood- Strawn, 88, who died at the home of her brother, Ace Wood, Tuesday, were held ot the Wood farm home near Packard Thursday afternoon and the body taken to the Rudd cemetery for burial. The Rev. R. B. Fisher had charge of the services. Born near Belvidcrc, 111.. Feb. S. 1816, she was married at 16 to Alva Strawn', who preceded her in death 10 years ago. She is survived toy a brother, a son. Justin of Battle Creek, seven grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. She came from Mason City a year ago to live with her brother and wife, as her health was failing. She had been confined to her bed constantly during the past two weeks. j Women's Club Gathers in Hampton at County Program and Meeting; HAMPTON. May 3.--The Federation of Women's clubs of I-ranklm county gathered for the annual meeting- in the dnbrooms at the li- brarv Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. H. L Carhart Sheftield, county chairman, presided. The Inter Nos club. Thursday club and B. Square club. Sheffield and the Hampton Woman's club. E. C. D. club and As You Like It dub Hampton, comprise the organization. Mrs. R. A. Santec, Cedar Falls, district director. \vaa to be the principal speaker on the afternoon's program. Mrs. Leach President. FREDBRICKSBURG, May 3.-The Home Study club elected: President, Mrs. Henry Leach; vice president Mrs. W. C. 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Get Your Free Copy of 1O1 Questions Answered All About Painting and Decorating CURRIE-VAN NESS CO. s far from being likely, however. : is also possible for more than no candidate to receive 35 per cent f the total. It is likely that the ext three weeks of campaigning ·i!l develop a definite trend toward ne or two of the candidates. Tax Issue Is Battleground. Unless unexpected issues develop, he battleground is likely to be lo- ated somewhere around the tax sue. Colflesh is basing his stand pon a declaration for a definite mit upon the amount of taxation hich may be levied upon real pro- erty, with a squint in the direc- on of a classified transactions tax . means of replacing the rev- nues required. Knutson is campaigning upon the ea of a flat rate gross income tax, hich he declares would make the axation or real estate entirely un- ecessary. Turner is for a high rate ndividual and corporation income ;ax, and also favors limitation of eal estate tax. ' · ' . , . ·· ' : " . ; , , , ; ' c Where Colflesli Has.Edge. .,.,-. The thing which really counts in rimary campaigns, however, is not o much issues as personal work, nd here Colflesh has a big edge. He will get most of the active sup- ort of republican party workers in large majority of the counties of he state. He has an active group f 3 r ounger workers everywhere, due 0 his affiliation with various ser- ice organizations. Also, the fact that he is to some egree a protege of the Odd Fellows odge, having been reared in the Odd 'ellows Orphans home at Mason ;ity, isn't hurting himself a bit rith active workers in this order. Has Active Following. Most of the Colflesh following is active and hustling. It can be depended upon to deliver votes at the olls. Turner and Knutson are both compelled to depend upon their abil- ty to arouse mass support. They will not have anything like the personal organization which is helping olflesh. Knutson will get very little of the supoprt of party workers, and it must be remembered that it .s the active party members who are most likely to go to the polls on primary day. The democrats have 'a squabble or two of their own on hand, and it.is likely that the democratic party vote will be by far the largest in the history of the state--perhaps as high as 200,000 votes. If this is true the republican primary vote may be reduced to less than 350,000. Democrats Against Colflesh. Unquestionably, democratic or- sanization leaders would prefer the nomination of either Turner or Knutson to that of Colflesh. They feel that Turner would be far the easiest to beat in November, and make no secret about it. But, with party regularity being somewhat of an asset among demp- crats these da3'S, with jobs and such things-to be handed out, it is not going to be practical to vote many democrats in the republican primaries, a practice to which both Turner and Brookhart owe some of their political success in the past. LeRoy Youth to Edit Lobbyist at Waldorf FOREST CITY, May 3.--Harold Bjortomt of LeRoy, Minn., will serve as editor of the Waldorf Lobbyist, student news publication at Waldorf vollege, next year. Other members of the staff, elected at a student body on Monday, are: Assistant editor, Judith Sandvig, Thor; business manager, Raymond Field, Joice; assistant, Obed Void, Kiester, Minn.; advertising manager, Leon Haaland, Star Prairie, Wis.; assistant, Verna Johnson, Lake Mills; circulation manager, Erling Guliixson, Bode; assistant, Raymond Rendahl, Ostrander, Minn. The new staff will publish the May 8 issue of the Lobbyist. 1 Are 1'arcnts ot Son. 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