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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                pi Cur By D Mefifide for They were Franklin candidacy and Mifflin Lebanon ttttell tiftdef a rain stayed ioyane Dettio 6 tittUfcepubtican patty lead of Tuesdays dfspk election left ftext to Democratic fMichael Efigen of the County ComnrOft Court and Republican Blair Gunther Pittsburgh of the State Superior Cdurt With out Of districts reported die vote was for fiafeegbJhd for McBride in thfc HlhiocraUc contest in the battle out of ctttcts gaye Gunther Votes to for who wired to rolled up heavy majori in Philadelphia his home county of Lackawanna and in Al legheny County where Gov Law rence runs the Organization Philadelphia Democrats voted 2 llh favor of Eagen who received a majority of more than in the city The biggest Surprise in other Wise lack luster balloting was McBrides He carried more than a dozen counties and held tHe lead in more than 20 of tlte others with tabulations still to be completed i Eagen who at S2 already has served 18 years on the bench had cbncededt of only York and home countyof former Gov Leader who the a year pbsl on the appellate court handed McBride a solid vote ma jority On the Republican side Gun thers majority of nearly wii impressive But even here McBride managed to carry three counties against Gunther Guniher 55 the GOP top getter when he was elected to tfte Superior Court in 1950 said he would campaign in November in keeping with the high ethics of the Supreme f Eagen was still to be heard from But congratulations to both victors renewed his position in a state ment to the Associated Press that he would vote for Eagen fa No vember He emphasized that he Would not be a further candidate as an independent a move pro psed Tuesday night by sortie Of his labor backers However in a parting aimed at the governor he said 1 have extended my best wish es and congratulations to Judges Eagen and Gunther As for my self thank goodness I still have my It was Lawrence after the Denv ocartic Policy Committee denied party endorsement to McBride who raised the question about whether the former attorney gen eral was healthy enough to con duct a campign V An estimated 30 per cent of the voters turned out ry which also featured the nom ination of Harold E Stassen as STFACT Banks The of tht of Monacd Were itt Banks 2 DEMOCRATIC 13 13 4 52 11 13 10 4 16 14 21 20 2 20 13 29 72 23 53 5 gambit Monie Carlo Vheh it was not 1 successful Francois Blanc fli B rs e l rector of the casino at Bad Btafrsville 2 fcomburg took dver 1ft a few years he succeeded in building BlairsviUe 3 up a flourishing business Now S 23 49 22 15 20 12 25 27 34 39 12 13 ir i 14 1 29 12 19 3 23 9 10 12 6 19 13 11 4 12 48 12 10 V69 21 6 124 26 123 18 10 6 10 i 136 67 31 23 27 37 77 48 108 2919 29 24 78 21 15 79 39 17 207 51 Ifil 39 17 11 11 207 104 50 53 70 120 95 148 51 30 30 32 123 41 59 30 424 75 347 53 37 12 16 413 157 77 101 63 145 200 174 266 46 33 Ji7lftlJJfy i i in i adays the Monaco Brush Vatlev 1 19 90 24 36 36 75 12 122 80 derives some income from the i gambling but more from hotel i Brush Vallev 2 taxes and sflltfof stamps D Encyclopedia 34 25 23 68 65 J6 78 38 36 83 44 101 31 8 45 4 37 3 Town Country 7M PhlU YOUR NEW HEADQUARTERS FOR FAMOUS MINX MODES DRESSES or of Philadelphia Stassen collected votes more than twice the figure re ceived by his tWo relatively little known opponents But incumbent Democratic Mayor Richardson Dilworth running without opposi tion amassed 112647 votes That was far more than all three GOP candidates combined In Pittsburgh Sen Joseph M Barr Democratic state chairman his partys nomination for Mayor He will be pitted against Republican Paul R Rein Shop Ella T Cost Prop Rear 717 Chestnut St Entrance off N 7th 55239 N Prompt Attention Given to All Orders Including Musical Instruments Accessories Of All Kinds r Piano Playe Rolls Kinds of Music Books Including Piano Organ Standard and Graded Sheet Music Harmonicas Accordions Thin Selmer Twirling Batoni Special Discount On Each Purchase of or More i Plenty of Free Parking Huffineton 1 i 2 Bttffmeton 3 i Burrell 1 I Btirrell 2 Burrell 3 Canoe 1 8 1C Canoe 2 5 Center 1 i Center 2 J 2C Center 3 v 4f Cherryhill 1 Cherryhill 2 Cherry Tree jClymer 1 24 38 19 10 22 21 9 14 hold in November Twentynine third class cities also nominated mayors and it turned out to be bleak day for at least five incumbents Turned out of office were Don ald V Hock allentown Daniel F MsDevitt Reading Frank P Kelly Carbondale Michael Dunn Sharon ani A B Elias Jean nette all Democrats arid Dr Hugh Ryan Bradford Republican Foty six judical candidates were nominated at the county lev el One of the more interesting 6ontests saw Dist Atty Huette F Dowling of Dauphin County prose cutor in the long string of cinders and turnpike trials lose the GOP nomination for Common Pleas s But he won the nomination without 2 18 77 27 22 64 will have another crack r Republican organization in Judge Raymond Pace grabbed both the Republican nominatioiiijUoiS Philadelphia common ship in a contest that statewide attention He is assumed of election in November S More than 50 small commmjigis held referenda on liquor andjbfeer issues The returns indicated preponderance voted to stay dry A vacancy in the Legislature also was filled in Philadelphias District Mrs Frances R Jones widow of Rep Granville E Jones defeated her Republican opponent Christian Harris to The restored the Dem ocratic mthe House to 108votes compared to the OOPs 102member bloc 17 2T 50 79 2T 54 34 43 40 28 20 5 24 5 36 37 12 18 21 16 46 36 48 12 25 32 94 45 Ma les Approve s Rights all male Senate Judiciary Committee has voted 93 for equal rights for womenj approving a proposed con The amendment would free women ifrom the legal protection of men would remove all re strictions oh account of sex If the amendment were enacted Ari zona courts for example no long er could forbid a woman from selling a foulmouthed parrot that her husband liked Such a case is in the committees records Vpting against the amendment were Sens James 0 Eastland D Olin Johnston DSC and Sam J Erin Jr New York About 80 percent of the wooden cigar store Indians of another generation were squaws according to National Geo graphic society BASEBALL SHOES With Steel Cleat 15 45 21 58 14 56 58 30 26 61 41 78 79 37 2 21 12 18 5 laugh 2 15 7 13 3 33 23 15 lUgh 3 31 14 3 26 36 9 9 3 H 6 12 3 8 11 12 17 42 M26 fjir 22 10 13 8 10 11 20 17 9isf 7 14 4 12 18 8 14 18 14 14 30 laugh 4 0 13 15 30 46j 22 10 5 4 12 29 9 H ijGIeh Campbell A li i Grant45 i Green 1 Green 64 75 22 15 39 Green 3 18 33 13 20 111 42 33 69 56 114 58 75 35 59 29 61 120 43 49 83 104 107 84 32 20 12 25 32 28 35 12 8 24 24 38 14 21 27 Green 4 16 23 10 20 32 17 10 9 22 7 19 62 11 10 18 16 3 42 38 72 19 Homer City 41 10 60 9 20 162 80 29 121 117 27 129 111 211 397466 24 100 90 114 126 106 58 145 167 182 242 68 223 Indiana 1 41 233 197 59 175 IK 73 192 125 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12 13 13 Pine 2 8 13 58 IT 169 51 30 112 142 121 27 5 16 8 7 20 1619 28 25 8 1 33 2 10 8 28 Pine 3 11 2 56 11 8 8 5 17 19 1QT 30 65 8 18 1 9 16 12 19 Plumville Rayrie 1 6 10 22 93 22 77 17 46 10 5 39 PO 21 57 16 53 11 21 5 28 18 10 62 37 8 54 39 32 37 80 33 16 39s 155 78 106 103 117 66 113 39 45 8 31 2 8 31 21 72 24 52 167 36 50 131 62 166 105 37 if 42 29 20 35 6 42 17 62 13 10 33 8 22 37 1 Rayne 3 55 32 49 10 96 34 89 24 11 19 6 Saltsburg r 19 ng 41 10 12 12 6 26 10 15 13 AS U LEADING MAGAZINES own eicjusjve t wonderful cotton in of cotton 6 to 12 Black leather uppers with flexible arches A value Plus la W Littte Shoes Black leather uppers with composition soles and rubber cleats See them Browns Boot Shop INDIANA P6NNA White 2 44 Young 2 21 Concession By McBride Oh 2 Sides CpmmonweaJth the requisite ities of humanity ind dedication to the cause of for the Jack Paar show Tuesday night PHILADELPHIA Thomas D McBride early conceded victory to both ocratic tionbacked candidates for State Supreme In identical telegrams to the victorious nominees Democrat Michael J Eagen and Republicia he said on your nation May I express my good will as well hope that the mate victory in November wil to Uw tufiheat court rf toj The diminutive singer had just finished song whep a rising the curtain toppled the Urge column preme Court nomination returns 1 hit her on the head and she fell frtUD put g 8964 precincts I studio the 170 oca RCA building o ao4 Republican noroij Three were required to GUERNSEY Channel Islanis out of 8964 but show Qves of Love Apple LeagueSends Flowers her spot oa the show Hurt In Mishap sioger Draft horses Ijave tttopwd to the Norttiwesjr wooda 0 work assembled here today ram lour continents for they annual The gathering youngster t ij T y alongside giant machines ia far by wriifting flowerf to Rul Morales 25 was mum damage to yowog unconscious by a falling and IThe young deJegates tf GHort In CUswfifld A4c the United States India tor fir and Africa some their amid otfafiui in Two Guernsey girli began tht five yeari They took f the islands wild prim roses W Hill manager Of the local airport and asked him to send them to British hospital The captfljfl of an airliner volu teere4 to flowers thanks for LoipdcM 1 Hill the   

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