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ALL THE NEWS Local Happenings of Tyrone and Its Vicinity, National and World News by Full Leased Wire of International International News Service. one THE WEATHEE Jtain tonight and Thursday; colder colder Thursday in weal niniion. FORTY-SIXTH YEAR Number 13,295 TYRONE, PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1932 Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office at Tyrone. Pa.. Under the Act ot March 3, 1878 TWO CENTS A COPY FRANKLIN ELECTED vis 10 -REPUBLICAN WE BEGOBOED; IN TYRONE BOBO Davis, Kurtz, Wike, Perry Gel Big Lead VOTE LARGER THAN USOAL Xcarly Fifty Per Cent. Of Those Registered In Itorough Cast a Itallot Yesterday. Surrounding , Townships Gave Large Republican ' JMujoritics To Favorite Candidates. • Tyrone along with Blair county, and Pennsylvania, remained firm in the- Republican party mooring:; yes- j terday, when the greatest battle of j ballet ever was .staged in the Unit- I I'd States.' The majority of voters in i the seven wards stood by President! Hoover and his principles and gave ; him a rousing vote of nearly 2.000. j Mr. Roosevelt also polled a heavy '.'Ote in the borough, having won the :onfidence of 89G persons. . James J. Davis for United States Senator carried the borough almost two to one over Lawrence H. Riiun. Mr. Davis had 1560 votes while 8G1 jcraons voted for Mr. Rupp, the democratic nominee. Edwin J. Fith-in, Fith-in, the Prohibition nominee for Jnited States Senate received 427 ,'otes in the seven wards. Charles A, Walters, Republican icminee for State Treasurer; Frank 5. Baldwin, nominee for Auditor 3eneral; William Parker, Arthur H. James, Joseph Stadtfeld, candidates i "or Judge of the Superior Court, all j lad large majorities. William' : B. Linn, nominee for fudge of -the Supreme Court", won •asily over Edward C. Higbee, the democratic candidate. Coming home to Blair county. J. Jaiiks Kurtz had a splendid ma- ority over Frederick B. Kerr. dcm- scrat, in the seven wards of Tyrone, vlr. Kurtz' polled 1885 votes while vlr. Kerr received 1021. In the general assembly battle, vtessrs. Jesse R. Wike and "-David R. 3 crrv were the leaders in the race. vlr. Wike had 1915, Mr. Perry 1G29, FftANKLINQ JB.OOS£VEr,T; RECORD-SMASHING POPULAR AND ELECTORAL VOTE CAST FOR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE Davis Wins Over Rupp b u Substantial Margin- Kurtz Has Safe Majority in Blair, Centre and ' Cleat-held Counties. Wike, Perry Win Easily BEAD OF PRESIDENT 4,000 ¥OTJ Regular Republican Majority | Unofficial Totals of Vote Cast Greatly Reduced By Leo V. Dolan StaJT Correspondent Philadelphia, Nov. Q (INS) LATEJRETURNS INDICATE NO CHANGES vis RONS 10,000IRURTZ LEADS KERB BY N, Y, GOVERNOR GETS 472 ELECTORAL VOTES Hoover Worst Defeated Candidate Candidate in History in Blair County i One hundred and seven precincts! out of one hundred and nine in Blair | county present the following re- i • President Herbert Hoover continued ! sults '" yesterday's election: LARGEST CONGRESS IS ELECTED Break Record for Greatest Greatest Plurality . By William K. Hiitchinsoii j New York. Nov. 9 (INS)—The j ss in all S Sends Message j$ of Appreciation to Hoover] New York, Nov. 9. UN'S)—President-Elect Roosevelt this afternoon sent (he following telegram to President Hoover: "The President, j Palo Alto, Cal., "I appreciate your generous telegram for the immediate :is u-ell ns for the more dislaui future. I join in your gracious expression of a common purpose in helpful effort for our country." (-Signed) Franklin D. Koosavelt. CANDIDATES WIN ! CONGRESS i to inzivasc his majority over Gov. i Franklin D. Roosevelt "as late re- j turns were tabulated tcday. At noon, the president enjoyed u i commanding lead of nearly 1G2.COL' , velcs bused on tabulations from | precincts scattered througUout ! Pennsylvania. : Senator James j. Davis continued President Herbert Hoover By George U. Holmes Staff Carrcspcndcnt New York. Nov. 9 CINSi—Frank- hn D. Rcosevclt and the Deir"crat- 10.3881 ic P^IV «ave been given a man- re- ! Franklin Roosevelt 13]-1G9 j dateJnUhe conduct-of national af- U. P. Senator James J .Davis Lawrence H. Rupp ....... St:it<- Treasurer Charles A. Waters L. B. Shannon '.... Auditor General the next four years sucli On oU'oii but rarely,' if ev- polifical history of the to lead Lawrence Rupp, AjleiUowii Frank E. Baldwin Dineocrat. in their senatorial race Wilson G. Sari ed Tuesday on the crest of Frank- Hn D. RDOsevelt's precedent shattering shattering victory. The D'iriccrats will invs over- The Governor then sent a telegram to his running- mats, John X. 79x Mr. Detwiler 812, vlr.- Hartsock 471. As stated above Tyrone stood lobly by the Republican banner and .long with ether stauncii. Republi- -ans of the county and state kept he old Keystone state safe in the Republican ranks. • The Rural Vote Snyc .•mailed .sisal. s follows: 1st Precinct, Tyrone Twr>- .President-^-Hoover 103. Roosevelt I L | whelming majorities in both th^> i House and Senate of the 73rd Con! | by UlJs srcat'vuMow'of "liberal Q! t,oo. . in the House, they will have the ! :U ~ C comi "S' Xorth largest largest majority of their party's ' j history—one that may even excsed ' _____^_____ j the record—smashing* majcritv won , ' I by the Republicans in the Hardin landslide of 1920. In the Senate they won the largest Next Senate, House May End | Prohibition I by an overwhelming majority. His I Judge of Superior Court margin of victory was almost 10 ; - j Win. M. OOU greater than Hoover's. j Arthur H. Jame.s ... • ] Joseph Stadtfeld '. ." PhiLidclphin, Nov. 9 (INS)—With ; Robert A. Henderson i-fcrtfs for 17.309 j as h n-T 12,(ilffl\ e A/inA y i n^tioii-: ,18.9161 Belated rsturns today cnly serv- 12,438 j eel to emphasize the mn-initude of I the Democratic sweep 'in v?stor- 19.058 j day's election—a K,va;y i-iuii pnfc 11,023 Governor Roosevelt in the White House by a recnrd-smashinsr pcpti- electoral vote, that made New IJy iVilliam S. Ncal Staff Correspondent York. Nov. j n. national Democratic lidal \\-nvs J sweeping to its borders from every j point, of the, compass. Pennsylvania today demonstrated its deep-seated ' Win. B. Linn George F. Douglas George H. McWherter : Jiitlffe of Supreme Court Democratic laiidsl the eighteenth amendment and thci tlllnu ° !l to "the presidency. '-••-•- prompt prompt legalization of beer. Garner. It read: "Honorable John N. Garner, Uvalde, Texas. I rejoice with you in the opportunity for public service afforded 1 principles. Please let me kiiuw when you l Co »S.V CSSl especially the House, gi-ew nia Kimlesl regards in Mrs. Garner." (Sifftietl) Franklin I). Koosevclt. •Jov o (INS)—The j l5yalt - tc tne Republican party bv i Edward C. Higb;e Islitie has carried in- ) § iv5ll s President Herbert Hoover a j _.. Congress ._ , ........ ._„ ... ,. , T . to power a Congress pledged to in- 1 -ommanc'ing majority ever Gov. [•>• Banks Kurtz augurate repeal or modification of; Frsinklin. D. Roosevelt who has won i Frederick B. Kerr " Early today, the president was liberal majority in the ne\v : I^'-f'Jng his opponent in Pcnnpylva- ! 158,000 votes with less than ' R. R. Perrv Legislature roe of contrui of Con- 10,843 i gress than any party i ms over had ] mid instated Democrats in most of 19.282 | the state governments. 11,653 Gov. Rcosevclfs electoral vote [reached the amazing iat-U ,-.f 47-^ 20.324 or 10G more than necessary for olec- 14.317 tion, and exceeding by 2s"the hi"h-' j time figure of 444 roiled uu °bv 10.<01, President Hoover in l<)'>8 Tlv- ex } ) r rt t S ,V, CrC convinw>d at that%bie that 444 never would be PENH'AREMAINSTRUEjClOSE FIGHTS STAGE 6,01, CANDIDATES FOR CONGRESS SEATS federal government to enforce the Democratic drift for Roosm ell and ; folloxvs: is 24. it way back in 1855—if it bD grcr.tor power than cratic party ever before Tickets Swept by Regular DeiiiQccais Make Gains prohibition laws. ! Tnc anti-prohibitionists appeared- The president likewise carried fie '• | to have repealed the local laws in! stale-wide ticket lo victorv bi-t fail-i 'New Jersey. Louisiana. Michigan,; cd to save several ' : Kurtz Kerr 37.013 33.111 a new jeal in earn- jest in Washington ;Ult;r March 4 i for in the Republican debase iher"^ I disappear from t!i e i:.it;-nal sta-e jsome of tlK- most clominani politi- | cal personalities of this ger.i-ntUon I ihc lamed old gimnisnu-n of a

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  2. 09 Nov 1932, Wed,
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