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Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - November 8, 1950, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania low around 45 io and range 68 35 stage THE LOCK HAVEN EXPRESS Not Only A Community Asset Something that geologists and Mi Est March 1882 12 Pages LOCK NOVEMBER 1950 AP Wire Service Five Cents Fine Win State in Republican Sweep Republicans Win Slate Offices Democrats Keep Control of Congress By Thin Margin Moore Win Results Disappoint Truman JAMES DUFF will become the Junior senator from Pennsylvania in the Senate with the start of the new as a result of his victory over the Incumbent Democratic whip Francis Duffs senior colleague will be his predecessor as Edward Duff won by a margin of more than JOHN the former Judge of luzerne chosen by Duff as his running emerged victorious over Richardson the Democratic who is also treasurer of Fine will be inaugurated in He had a margin of more than over his op according to nearly complete Democrats Have Bare Majority of 49 In GOP Picks Up 2 in State PHILADELPHIA sylvania Republicans apparent ly gained two seats In the House of Representatives in yesterdays giving the GOP a 20to13 edge In the states 33man And lor the time since 1935 both senators from Pennsylvania will be Republi This came about through the defeat of Senator Francis by James The states other Ed ward was not up for Two Turnovers The two turnovers in the House were in the 23rd Fay and 29th Pitts burgh In the 23rd Anthony Caval was defeated by Edward Both are from Union In the 29th another Harry lost to Harmer In all remaining districts in were reelected or were succeeded by members of their own Daniel Wilkes Barre Democrat from the ran success fully against what many ob servers thought would be over whelming Republican opposi His home ol Republi comfortable majori ties to the Republican guber and senatorial candi but Flood nevertheless defeated his Republican op Elwood Jones of West It will be Floods third Another Democratic winner was Francis Walter of the 20th Carbon Mon ro e Northampton Walter one of the top Democrats of the is chairman of the Democratic caucus of the House chairman of the Democratic patronage committee of the a Democrat on the House Judiciary and Un American Activities Committee elected to his 10th con Last Time for 33 Scats probably was the last time Pennsylvanians wil vote for 33 Representa As a result of the 1950 Pennsylvania stands to lose three House It wll be up to the State Legislature to decice where the cute will be See ELECTION Cok 3 Elections at a By The Associated Press retained 49 to Present 54 to Democrats elected holdovers total 49 gained 1 in lost Republicans elected holdovers total 47 gained 6 in Mary Utah and California lost Needed to control Senate kept New House 220 185 1 29 races Old House 259 169 1 American 6 Democrats elected gained lost Republi cans elected gained lost Independent elected American Labor lost Needed to House elected gained lost Republicans elected gained 5 in Neva New and Colorado lost Re publicans leading in all 8 remaining races in Michigan and including not all at stake or now held by 22 23 Republi 3 Old 29 19 Bush Captures Rich Seat In Congress by Edge Alvin Republican candidate for Congress to suc ceed Robert represent ing the 15th was elected to the 82nd Congress yesterday by the voters of Ly Cam eron and Tioga His majority over his Demo cratic Paul Roth another was nearly on unofficial returns from all six The count Bush Rothfuss Clinton Lycoming Potter Tioga McKean Cameron 756 Totals Bush carried every but had a harder time in his home in proportion to the number of than In the other counties of the dis He garnered a margin of near ly in gleaned 01000 in and built up an edge of in small Potter Camero him an almost 2 to 1 and Clinton handed him another mar In Lycoming he outstripped Rothfuss by The re sult was close in Faces Redistricting He will enter Congress Janu ary taking the seat which has been occupied by Rich for a period of 20 except for a period when a redis of the central part of the state divided the distric and put part of It into a large 10county area represented for one term by Wilson Gillette who was reelected yesterday to represent the present 14th Dis Rich did not run when the old 16th District was Bush faces the possibility of another redistricting of Cen tral Pennsylvania at the tnd of his first term in See crats nailed down continued ontrol of both branches of Congress today by clinching 218 House and 49 Senate The Democrats were expected o add to that bare House ma of 218 with returns from 45 undecided But the Senate race was over with this result 49 Democrats and 47 the closest Senate division since The Democrats won 18 with 31 gave them Re won 18 added o 29 gave them Of the undecided House seats 24 now are held by Democrats and 21 by eject Voting Machines AP The of Bellefonte and State College both rejected vot ng machine proposals at yes Each had ap proved the measures In Administration Hit By Vote Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Democrats kept numerical control of Congress by the thin nest of margins stunned and battered by Republican election successes that chal President Trumans home and foreign Bowling over top administra tion the GOP captured a net of five Senate seats in yes This boosted Its Senate lineup in the upcoming 82nd Congress to as against the Democrats With 25 House contests still to be the Republicans had gained 25 places to raise their total to The Demo crats held or four more than the 218 needed for One Independent won In Except for Democratic pockets in Rhode Nevada and GOP Sen ate and governor candidates rolled roughshod over their op position everywhere outside the south and the borderline states Smashing defeats for such ad ministration lieutenants as Senators Scott Lucas of Il linois and Francis Myers of Pennsylvania were attributed to voter dissatisfaction with the progress of the Korean op position to President Trumans foreign decisions and his Fair Deal and reaction to Communists in government relaxing aboard the yacht was de scribed as disappointed ove these results but pleased with the size of the The tota figure is not yet known but ap Is well over a The adverse turn of the Ko rean opposition to th presidents domestic program criticism of his foreign polic decisions and reaction to Com charge were variously credited Witt vie Bellefonte machines State College turned down the proposals to voted against the to 398 while bringing the Republican Democrats Lose Leaders Republicans won smashing in dividual victories In a swee that knocked Senators Scott V Lucas of the and Francis Myers o his ou of The same surge carried Sen ators Millard o Maryland and Elbert Thomas o Utah down to All four senators were staunch defenders of President Truman Their defeats prompted Harol a potential 1952 Re publican candidate See GENERAL Page 2 Ready for a New Senate Term George reelected to the State Senate with a large majority in Clinton County and com margins In all but one of the other counties of his receives the congratulations of County Republican Chairman Brace Kreamer at Republican Headquarters after unofficial returns had come IB from the district early this Stevenson Has Majority Carried Every County but Elk Senator George Stevenson vill return to Harrisburg In January when the State Senate He rolled up a ma of over his Demo Back in Assembly Assemblyman Clarence Moore was reelected to the state legislature yesterday in a contest which brought out the biggest vote of all the races on the A total of votes were cast to decide whether the next assemblyman would be Moore or his Chauncey Moore got of the Charges Communists With Direct Intervention in Korea LAKE AP The United States charged the Chinese Communists with direct military intervention in and urged the United Nations Security Council to require the Mao regime to with draw its Warren chief American told the council there are indications that Chinese Communist troops are in Korea and that the number is He said the United Nations should assist In settling any problems relating to Koreas northern Then he added But in offering the Security Council must also see to It that the authorities in Peiping are under no illusion that their conduct is condoned by the United Nations or that the organized world community can accept this thinly disguised invasion of MO Plane Attack AP Six hundred Allied blasted Norah all along reinforcements from Commu nist But air observers reported very heavy rolling across Manchuria toward the Yalu River They also spotted an estimated 700 ve already south of the river In North As the air arm mounted one of the largest raids of the Korean reinforcements arrived on the Elements Korean East of the Third Infantry Division landed at the Port of On the ground troops pushed forward on all The unexplained Communist withdrawal News Blackout Intelligence officers at Gen eral Tokyo head quarters clamped a surprise news blackout on developments between Communist battle lines and the The the would be In an historic sidelight to the air jet met Jet In a to the dearth for the first time The battle occurred over the border today to block JUd North Korean border of at a key target for the 600plane An American Shooting Star jet shot down a Russian made jet fighter while the planes sped at better than 600 miles an Another Rec jet was damaged but escaped to In the big raid 80 dumped 640 tons of bombs on concentration point for Chinese Red supplies and site of an airfield used by Red jets in attacks on air Other Planes Active light fighter bombers and fighters took par in the massive assault agains bridge and troop concentrations aloni the Korean side of the borde almost to Soviet A air force spokesman said a city of was pretty well taken care ol by Incendiary Nine of the carried 8 demolition pound were dropped 01 twin bridges spanning the Yal between Manchuria and Kore Richard ratic Senator Stevenson had n the The Clinton County an once again will return to the State where he has rep the 26th senatorial dis since he was first elected n The incumbent won four out if five counties In the The Elk he lost by inly 92 In Clinton Coun home county of both candi Senator Stevenson defeat d his fellow townsman to a majority of Stevenson proved to be he best vote getter on the piling up the largest margin of my candidate in the He won all six of the city dis to defeat Harzell o Stevenson ran behind in only one Renovo The county totals Stevenson Hartzell 6456 5258 Forest 1235 660 Elk 5182 5274 Cameron 1539 746 linton 6632 4035 Totals 21044 15973 6Year Old Runs In Front of Car Dashing into the path of an oncoming car put a girl In the Renovo Hospital yes Judy daughter of Marie North suffered shock and Her condition was reported as not State police said the child ran across Route about three miles east of Into the path of a car driven by Carl who was traveling According to the the child had waited for a going west to pass and then started to run for the other side of the The accident happened at County Gives 500Vote Margin To State Ticket The state and local candidates carried Clinton County In yesterdays general ejection but showed nothing like the nearly 2 to 1 margin the GOP enjoys in the registration Governor James can for the and Judge John lor Govern had majorites of slightly more and slightly less than over the Democra tic Senator Francis seeking and Richardson Stevensons Vote Largest The local Republican Candi dates for Congress and the state all ran well ahead of the state show ing majorities of 1600 to State Senator George Steven who was reelected from the five counties of the 26th led the Republican ticket in the county and polled the largest vote of any of the The Democrats take solace in these figures since the Republi can registration exceeds that of the Democrats by Senator Stevenson is returned to Harrisburg with an unofficial majority over Richard Hart of Senator Stev enson has served in tht upper branch of the State Legislature since totals Steven Assemblyman Clarence Moore rolled up a majority of over Chauncey Loganton has represented Clinton County at Harrisburg since Moores total vote was Royers With the retirement of Robert the 15th Congressional of which Clinton Coun ty is a will have a new rep in the person of Al vin chairman of the Lycoming County Republican Bush led his Democratic Paul also of Williams by He also carried all the other counties In the dis The unofficial total was Dilworth Led Perhaps the chief Interest in the voting lay in the contests for Senator and Duff had a total of to for providing a margin Of who ran better than any of the other ob picking up a good many Republican split held hli Fine down to 464 The totals From the slightly lets than votes cast the total for the office of Assemblyman was it is evident that one of two things happened as Clinton County voters expressed their choices yesterday at the polls 1 That Republicans failed to in as large numbers as did the or 2 That a good many regis tered Republicans voted for tht Democratic state The second explanation seems more Reflects Primary Split Possibly this if it were the reflected the fact that the Clinton County for the most part at were for Jay Cooke in the bit terly fought spring primary The vote for Myers Dilworth may well have been swelled by a protest against the This reasoning may be sub further by the votes cast for the other offices on tht state For Lieutenant Governor Lloyd topped Michael Mus manno by William Livengood had a lead over his Democratic Frank for Secretary of nal Affairs John Re for Supreme led his ticket with a ma over Michael and Blair Boy by Set LOCAL Page t
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