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Gastonia Gazette (Newspaper) - November 9, 1966, Gastonia, North Carolina GASTONIA 1966 By HAH tVASJUWJJON CAP Re jmblicimis have gained two new inhale seals IKIVC a dramatic triumph by electing lie first Ncfjro ever tlioscn for the Ijody by popular They appeared on their way to capturing a third seat from Ilie Democrats in Oregon where Mark Hatfielci main tained a lead over Robert Duncan with HI per cent of the votes The IJerancrats easily tained control of Ihe Senate in Tuesdays voting desjiite hopes in several failed to unseat u single Repub lican in Hie 30 contested races already With only two races still re niaining the Senate lineup stood at vl3t Demo 11 was 6733 ill Hie 89lli Republicans Pick Up Three Key Seats In Senate llk Congress which adjourned last Tennessee where tlawnrd Congress which adjourned last Massachusetts Hl ward Brooke was tire Negro victor in one of Ihe nations most closely watched Senate He will be Ilie first mem ber of his race to serve in Ihe Senate since Reconstruction Brooke handily defeated former Massachusetts En dicott Hrookcs along some of the other GOP new faces thai emerged in tlio is like ly W strengthen the partys lib eral wing in the The two GOP pickups of seats now held by Democrats came in Illinois where industrialist Charles Percy smashed the hopes of veteran Paul Douglas for a fourlh Diploma Break For High School Droponts If you arc a High School Dropout a special state issued Hili School Equivalency Certificate which ivceives general aLVptanee in private civil service or for college entrance as the full four year High School can meaii more for you each The National School of Home licensed by the State of Education and Chartered by the Board of Regents now oflers a sliort lligli School Equivalency Diploma Course which you can complete in your own home in your spare So why he held back from better pay because you lack a School Diploma For a FKEE HOME STUDY HIGH write to National School of Home NC7 229 Park Avenue New York New York APPROVED FOR VETERANS BENEFITS Tennessee where Howard soninlaw of Senate Republican Leader Kverolt trounced Ihe onetime boy Wank Cle Another major Republican vklory cnme in Robert Griffin won handily over former Mtimen who had gained rec ognition as Ihe most potent Democratic votegetter in Mich igan All Democratic incumbents in the South turned buck Republi can winning in Ala South Mississippi and North But two Southern Republicans Strom Thurmond in South Carolina and John Tower in Texas also held onto their Towers victory was particu larly satisfying to the GOP since he fills the Senate post formerly occnpiixl by President Percy and Haifield have taken positions which put them in the moderate to pro gressive wing of the Two GOP wterans who won by sttai niflg margins Clifford Case in Jersey and John Sherman Cnopvr in also have been in this And named to the Senate last spring to fill the unexpired term of the late Patrick has fol lowed n moderate voting The upshot of Tuesdays vot ig therefore seems likely to be a Senate which will furnish the MARK HATF1EL1 same strong margin for welfare legislation provided by its predecessor in the Sfllh Con EDWARD BROOKE Three veteran Democratic senators who head important ixmimitlecs won reelection with littto They were Tax Intake Up Million RALEIGH Caro linas general fund fas collet tiojis last month showed an in crease of S5 million over the same month last State Revenue Commissioner Clayton reported Monday that general fund collections amounted to million in Oc For the first four months of this fiscal the collec tions totaled an increase of million over the same period last Clay ton The sales which reflects economic brought in million last a gain of Collections for this fiscal year totaled an increase of more than The biggest gain last month was scored by the income tax Collections totaled np CHARLES PERCY James Eastland of Missis chairman of the Judiciary Committee Clinton Ander son of New chairman of the Space and Jen nings Randolph of West Virgin who heads the Public Works Three Democrats frying for their first full terms after serv ing the remainder of unexpired terms won They were Fred iarris in Thomas Mclntyre in New Hampshire and Walter Mon dale iu Margaret Chase easily captured a fourthterm She will be the only woman member of Ihe Sen vow t KEMiNGTON TYPEWRITERS From WIU HOLD nut SELECTION TtU CHRISTMAS WITfNAUER AUTOMATIC 17J SHOP FRIDAY NIGHTS YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD No Money Down Gastonias Largest Credit Jeweler Main BIRTHSTONES PEARL RINGS DIAMOND SET UNDE STARS i up YOUR GIFT HEADQUARTERS FOR 39 YEARS Stereo Silver Bicycles China Vacuum Cleaners Mothers Rings Televisions Sewing Machines Other Hepnhlieaiis who will return arc Kail Mundt of South also yiiiiiina a fourth term Jtfrdoit Allott of Colorado Leu Jordan Ida ho Jack Miller of Iowa Cal eb Uoggs of Delaware James Pearson of Kansas anil Carl Curl is of The Democrats had believed that Nebraskas Democratic rank could unseat but the GOP 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