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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Stassert easily won the fte pubUean nomination for mayor Tuesday with Republican backing tljathsd to hint itt his bid f of governor last May more than twiceas many as the combined vote of opponents They Vere fcalph Monrone arfd Joseph A Schafer both GOP city commltteemen He will face incumbent Demo cratic Mayor Richardson Dllworth In the November election Oil worth seeking a second fouryear term ran unopposedin the r Although there was some dissen sion Stassen was quickly endorsed by the GOP when he announced early this year that he would seek the Republican mayoralty nomi nation It was sharp contrast to the partys reaction when the former Minnesota governor resigned last year as adviser to President Eisenhower and announced he wanted the Republican nomination governor Me ratt as ah Irt dependent in the GOP primary last May and was thoroughly de feated As expected Pennsylvanias pri mary drew only about 30 pet cent of the registered voters There was only one battle for a statewide post That saw Supreme Court Judge Thomas McBride running as an independent on both Republican and Democratic tickets for a full 2lyear term on the high cbtirt On the Democratic Lackawanna County Court Judge Michael J Eagen won by a mar gin Oilthe Republican side State Superior Court Judge Elatf Gun therlicked him by votes In Pittsburgh State Sen Joseph Barr Pennsylvanias Democratic chairman won his partys nomi nation for mayor against only token opposition He will face the successful Republican i nominee Paul Reinhojd in the Novem ber election for the post vacated by Gov David Lawrence last No vember Nixon DecisionOn 1960 Moves By JACK BELL WASHINGTON r Vice President Richand M Nixon will decide afterhis July trip to Mos cow on the scope of the active campaigning he will begin this fall for tWe 1960 Republican jres idential nomination Nixon added a veteran cam paigner to his staff Tuesday in Herbert Klein editor of the San Diego Union A knowledgeable operator in tiie field Klein serve as special assistant in charge o press relations He filled a simi lar job when Nixon campaigned congressional candidates in 1958 and was an assistant in the 1956 campaign Klein is understood to have en listed for the duration of the driv for the 1960 nomination and after ward if all goes well from Nixons standpoint Klein will accompany the vie president on the Moscow trip which is being viewed by Nixon associates with some cautiou political optimism If he has an expected meetin with Nikita Khrushchev and some thing tangible comes from thi conversation there is speculatio that the vice president might giv the nation a television accounting on the prospects of some agree ment with the Soviets to ease world tensions While they believe that what happens in Moscow may go a long way toward shaping Nixons fall campaign course the vice presidents associates also are keeping a wary eye on the activ ities of Gov Nelson A Rocke feller of New York At this point they are convinced that Rockefellers acceptance of an invitation to be honor guest at a June 11 picnic here of the Cap itqlHiU Club indicates the New York governor may become more active potential rival for the Thrtt Student Speakers ARMAGH Three student speakers will teatiire the annual Commenceffleht pbgram at ed High hing i Keynotinfe the program will be Cyrtthfa Dortahue and Louis Beam members of the uatfon The ceremonies will begin 8 i Diplomas Will be presented to i the graduating seniors by W Harry Mclaughlin president of the joint school board f Address of welcome wilt be de by Georganne Shaffer president of the Student Council Rev Johh Clawson wilt ask the invocation and pronounce the diction Music will beprovided by the schools brass quartet and senior i CYNTHIA SHAW MARRY DONAHUE LOUIS BEAM Held Onr Checks RIVERHEAD an Delia Cttesa a singer who was a leading radio personality several ears ago ind her husband re company executive Joseph pleaded innocent Tuesday o a bad check charge The charge was brought by a contractor who said they gave him he check as part payment for a renovation job on their ong Island home Lupia said the check was drawn on an account of his firm VIP Records but that an unidentified third person later closed the ac count in the high school auditorium Members of the graduation class include Lyda Salyards Mary StutzmanJ Louise Price Jane Blough Arlene Brendlinger Brenda Shiley Pat ricia Thompson Gloria Cable Boh nie Hood Janet Campbell Harry Donahue Denver Muir Fred Ling Kay Linda Minzer Pehny Shotts Samuel Boring Shirley Young Lila Sloughfy Dorothy Leary George Walker Dean Stiles Sandra Baldwin Fay Muriclc Gdorganne Shaffer Anna Wagner Lewis Georganne Rindfliesch Jo Janet Shirley Ivan Felton seph Mulligan Betty Heming1 GerDonald Cramer Bonnie Hunter aldine Detwiler Mary Antolik Ruth Ami Nlbert Leonard Pen Sandra Ooghe Dolores Merose Samuel Kerr Barbara Llg Gaughey Geraldine Fatula Rose getf Richard Stormer James Atln Bufagna Mabel McAdams Hall James BOrlng Richard Jo Council Open At Shelocf a SHELOCTA Six candidates are vying fot the five Republican nominations tcf Sheloctas borough council Yesterdays voting at the pri maty elections dtdnt settle the is sue as four of the six officeseek ers received tour votes apiece They are Clark Cirnahan George Soulchin Ruben Richardson and M Anderson Two other candidates B o y d Reeger and Todd Rankin are assured of nominations as they were given 25 and 21 Votes re spectively AH other candidates were unop posed Kenneth Fry James Houser RobElaine Shiley Betty Cramer Ma ert StileqK George Ann Doris Heming Heming Roland Henderson Harold Ste 1 wart Barry Custer William Ash Richard Fulton John Glusko James Meagher Ernest Heming Kenneth Ressler Louis Beam Martin Palguta Harold Brend linger Paul Berezansky G1 e n n Shirley Hollenbaugh seph Ralph Hill Merle Penrose Geraldine Rind fllesch Ronald Ressler Robert Pearl Stewdrt Mildred Boring William Walsh Gary Cletus Mack Judy Warholic Young James Brinks John Drac Frank Machak Floyd C1 a r k ler William Petereon Elaine Mistier Carole Davis Lanj Richard Kondrad Charles Seir ny John Donelsori Russell ing Charles Anderson Betty Joseph Mary Louise McCully Wagneri Betty Blinkr Silbaiigh Mary Erwin and Joseph Naugle with the FBI Van Laridingham said the organization did not use Gestapo tactics Both denied fraud any intent to de FBISafisfies On Quizzing POPLARVILLE Miss FBI agents apparently have con vinced Atty Gen Joe Patterson of Mississippi that they are not mistreating persons they question about the lynching of a Negro charged with raping a white woman Unofficial reports of mistreat ment by FBI agents have grown out of investigations of the lynch ing April 25 of Mack Charles Park 23yearold Lumberton truck dpriver who was dragged from his jail celt by a hooded band During the ast three weeks many persons in the area have been questioned No arrests have been reported Patterson conferred Tuesday with Ralph W Bachman of the FBI and later told newsmen Mr Bachman whom I have known for some time told me those things harassing and mis treating people had not happened If those things have happened I hope they stop if they have not happened so much the nomination Several complaints had been Asmatters stand if the Moscow made to newsmen by persons who visjt gives him some good reason i had been questioned by FBI todo so Nixon is prepared toj agents exploit any political advantages The wives of several men ques that might come his way If i tioned have expressed irritation Rockefeller shows signs of movover the persistency of the agents ing in the Nixon activities will questioning OUT OUB Candidates Endorsed HARRlSBURG AP Fifteen judiciary candidates were en dorsed by bothparties in Tues days primaries thus assuring them court positions in the Nov ember election Fourteen of these were unop posed in either party primary The 15th Raymond Pace Alexan der had to defeat two Opponents in the Republican primaryto win unanimous endorsement toseek a full term on Philadelphia Common Pleas Court 4 He had been unopposed in the Democratic pri mary Alexander fprmer city council man is the first Negro to sit on the bench in Philadelphia He was appointed last year I The voters chose in all candi legheny County Court and 12 as CAUSE VOU DOMT KNOW LONIOIVE BEEN WORKIW COULPMT YOU WAIT TO SAMPLE YOUR SUBJECT MATTER TILL AFTER VOU FIWISHEP STRICTLV FROM HUMSER dates for 46 judiciary positions 26 common pleas two orphans courts five for the Philadelphia Municipal one for the Al sociate judges In may instances candidates cross filed in both primaries a privilege available only to candi dates for judicial offices under Pennsylvania law Court Earl S Keim and John M OConnell Westmoreland Common Pleas and John L Bowman for Lancaster County Orphans Court In Dauphin County Dist Atty Hukte F Dowling failed to win nomination in die Republican pri mary for either of the two com mon Pleas seats after running un opposed in the Democratic prim ary Dowling a Republican him self trailed the two organization candidates in the GOP primary incunibent William H Needy and former Dist Atty Carl B Shelley Another district attorney Frank of York also failed in his bid to win a nomin ation for the County Common Pleas He was beaten by Samuel S Laucks a Red Lion attorney in the Democratic primary Nei ther Boyle nor Eaucks tried for the GOP which was won by Robert 1 Sfiadle without opposition The Democratic organ ization had adopted a handsoff attitude in the campaign In Luzerne Cpunty Judge Ber nard C Brominski won the Demo cratic endorsement for a new term without opposition but lost to Al New Television Contract andFari LOS ANGELES AP Bar bara Beaird 10 has a new aweek contract as a TV actress with a new fan The fan Judge John Gee Clark who approved her contract Tues day and bemusedly listened to Barbaras description of her TV role Im going the role of one who comes up and teases Fibber McGee and says T you remember Well yes I remember the judge replied You just dont know how old I Bargains Galore In Classified Ads ENDS COURSE One of 161 Lieutenants who completed the sevenmonth offi cers basic course at Marino Cors Schools Quantico during April was Edwafd B Bennett son of Mr and Mrs Edward B Bennett of 105 N Seventh Indiana and hus band of the former Miss Alden Johnson of 1128 Sherman Plainfield The course in cludes indoor classes in person nel t adminisration first aid map reading weapons field sanitation and leadership tech niques Mercury Stolen NEWARK NJ carted away more than a ton of liquid mercury Tuesday from a factory after smashing through 14inch concrete walls to get at it The mercury valued at stored in 33 metal flasks at the Troy Chemical Co Detectives sajd the thieves might try to dispose of the loot on a flourishing gray market Bargains Galore In Classified Ads The candidates who worn both bert 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