Louis Vanore

Lost race for township commissioner

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bw Captures Wesi r tower poiisgrov e; limerick Gives Democrats Sfrong Vote Tickc:-spl:tl:rig v/as widespread in \Vc-s: ?ous::rove township as returns returns completed yesterday showed :hai Peter Don. Republican. led the mcc for :o\vnship commissioner. Four other Republicans led by much narrower margin?, \vhile in the race for auditor Democrat Alvin K. Boy or shaded his opponent. John L. Morello. by one vote, with the rotLI!S reading 292 to 291. Warren Trout i R K won the second commissioner post by polling: 311 votes to 275 for Lester Verger am? 267 for Louis S. Vanore, both Democrats. For school director Fred W. Klioijp '.K potit-u oJl .ulcs LO io~ cast for Stella S. Dazuk. Stephen Novak ' R V v;as named jud;e o: elections over Albert R. Barren; by a 314 to 285 count, -,vhile the new inspector of elections is :\Iabel M. Smith CR-i, who polled 305 to 278 votes for Mary C. Reed. LOWER POTTSGROVE Republican c o u n t y · candidates were aiven a steady 50-vote margin in Lower Pottsgrove township, but residents named three Democrats to local office: George W. Bause, "justice "justice of the peace; Paul K. Norton, auditor, and Edward H. Scheffey, judge of elections. The closest race was for auditor, with. Frank E. Seidts (R), losing by a 223-217 margin. John C. Savior, ( R ) . was named supervisor over Joseph C. Mack, 231 to 210 votes; Republican Republican Omce H. £.Deri won the school director race by a 295 to 140 margin over George Kurtz. Benjamin F. Gilbert. (R), lost u Shop at One of the Following FAIRLAWN STORES W., Boyertown I Christman, Howard by a 233-200 vote, and Franklin C. Phillips. '.R dropped the judge of elections fiuhts by a 251-189 total. Clarence A. K. Puhl. ( R ) named inspector of elections with a 268 to 169 vote triumph over Mary A. Unistead- LIMEKICK Residents of Limerick g a v e Democrats victory in the majority of local contests, although every GOP county candidate was favored. Democrat William Fritz was elected elected supervisor over George W. Landis by a 43S to 403 .margin and Frank--" Rumler. (D, was chosen school director by a 443 to 403 Republican Crossley H. Hill salvaged salvaged the auditor post, winning over G. Harry Thompson, 438 to 402 votes. Judges and inspectors of elections elections chosen were: Third district, district, trcua --uuuiii, I,JL), juuge of elections and Bernice Kulp (D!, inspector of elections. Second district. Lewis Brent ( D i . incite, ar.d Ellen Mogel, inspector. First . district, Russell Cassell, R D;, judge, and Horace (R), inspector. ^

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  1. The Mercury,
  2. 06 Nov 1947, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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  • Louis Vanore — Lost race for township commissioner

    Bebe – 26 Jun 2013

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