Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 5, 1958 · Page 12
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TCSIAK EVENING CUMMCltLANO, HTJMKWIUV, NOY£MB£lt 5, l»5i Mil fA- JMM* A* A WANT Aft West Virginia Demos Add To SenateMargin Capture One More Seal From GOP, May Win Another CHARLESTON. W, Va. <UP1>- Democrals were assured today at least one additional scat In tl West Virginia Senate and thcr was a possibility their 21-11 ma gin of the last session might b increased by two. In the 4lh District, there was nip and tuck race between inciim bent Republican appointee Se Vernon McCoy (R • Jackson) an hi» fellow'townsman from Ra enswood, Democrat Paul 1 Moore. With all but 16 precincts of th district's. 167 counted,' Moore he a flight 121 vote edge in unof cial tabulations. Vole total showed Moore at 15,09fi and M Coy at 14,925. .McCoy"was appointed In 1957 fill the vacancy created by tl resignation of Sen. Brad Sayr (R-Jackson). . . Another appointive incumbcn Sen. Barnard'Sammons,(R Wayne) in the 5th District we down in defeat in his bid for clc lion to the unexpircd two-years the term of Hatfield Brubeck, wh resigned a year ago. Winning the scat was Demoer C. H. (Jackie) McKown of Wayn a former senator who had serve four consecutive terms before lo ing to Brubeck in the 1956 clc lion. Three Republican Incumbcn retained their seats. Included the group was. Senate : minor! leader John Carrigan (R - Ma shall) in the 2nd District who r turns for his third term. Sen. Jo Handlan (R-Wood) won election the 3rd District In his first b for post to which he was appoin ed in 1957 when Sen, And Swcaringen resigned to becom Parkersburg postmaster. Veteran Republican Dayton I Stemple, a former minority lea er, was elected to his four! consecutive term In the 15th Di Irict. Carrigan defeated former del gate Edward C. Paslllong;. Han Ian beat fellow townsman Georg Barnett of Parkersburg and Stei pie bested Lloyd L. Shriver Graflon. Eight incumbent Democrats, i eluding Senate Majority Lead Clarence Martin (D-Berkeley), r tained their seats. Returning we Sens. Lyle Smith (D-Cabcll) the 5th District, Glenn Taylor (D Mingo) in the 6th, Lloyd Jackso (D*-Lincoln) 7th, Jack Nuckols (D Raleigh) 9th, 0. Roy .Parker (D Monroe) loth, William N. Jaspe (D-Greenbrier) llth, Walter Holden (D - Harrison) 13th, ai Martin in the 16th. ;: . For Taylor and .Jackson it.wa their fourth consecutive term For Martin and Holden it/wa their third terms, while (or Smlt Nuckols, Parker, .and' Jasper, was their secdnd, though Nuckp served two years of an uncxpire terni prior to winning the seat 1954. , , : In four races where Democrat senators stepped .down, fellow pa ty members will Succeed them. In the 1st District Wheeling a torney Arch Rilcy, a forme member of the House, defeate Del. Chet Hubbard (R-Ohio) to the seat vacated by Sen. Fran Campbell (D-Ohio). In-the 81 District, veteran Kanawha Cou ty Del. J. Hornet Davis won ov Elizabeth. V. Halianan, forme deputy public institutions commi sioner in a bid to fill the se vacated by Sen. A. Carl Care (D-Kanawha). In the Hlh District Del. Willia A. Moreland (D-Monongalia) d foaled Del. John Crynock (R-M nongalia) for the seat held by tl late Sen. Don Marchand who a nounced his retirement before h death last spring. In the 12th District Demoer Carl Gainer, Richwood busines man, won over'Dave J. Teter Elkins. Gainer had defealcd i cumbent Sen. John Chenowei (D-Randolph) in the primary. Nine Democratic and six ] publican members of the sena were not involved in this yeai election. ; Famous Composer Harry Revel Dies NEW YORK (AP)-Harry Revi 52, noted composer and pianis died Monday, of a cerebral nemo rhage. He wrote the scores for tl Ziegfeld Follies of 1931 and othc Broadway stage productions well as the scores for sever films. He was born in'London. Teens Denied Vole PIERRE, S. D. (UPD-For Ih second lime in six years Sou Dakota voters refused to cxte the voting privilege to 18-yea olds. •HOME LOANS OWN YOUR OWN HOME. PAY FOR IT LIKE RENT. Let us show you how You can do it. WESTERN MARYLAND •ulMing & Loon An'n. «0 P«nhing St.. DIAL PA 4-1602 PA. WINNER -Mayor David L. Lawrence, four-time mayor of, Pittsburgh, was elected governor of Pennsylvania, yesterday, defeating Republican Arlhur T. Me- Gonlgle, Reading, Pa., pretzel manufacturer. Democrats yesterday swept most of the offices in Mineral County, a normally strong COP stronghold, with 7.200 votes cast. llarley 0. Staggers, a unlive o( the county and resident of Kcyscr, seeking rc-clcclion to Congress, easily led the ticket with «25 votes as his OOP opponent, Dr. Ward W. KeCsecker ol Berkeley Springs, trailed with 2580. Rep. Staggers set the pace as Ihe Democrats carried six of the nine major contests in the county.. Judge Harlan" Calhoun of Marriage Licenses Herman Wesley Hall Jr., Old- own, and Dorothy Iralecn Ship- cy,:.Fllntslone. James Harry Blucbaugh, At •on,, Ohio, and Evelyn Pearl Campbell, RD 1, Meyersdale, llarlan Grant Orndorff and ,uann Evelyn Arnold, both tfooreficld. Kenneth Ellsworth Hall and 'tuth Ann Blanck, both Saxlon, Pa. William Henry Hawkins,' 208 Mechanic Street, and Patricia '..n Bean, 167 Maple Street, both Troslburg. William ' Edward . • Showalter, Franklin, W. Va., and Wanda .orralne Kimble, Brushy Run, W. Va. Robert Ray Werner, Glencoe, Pi<. ( and Shirley Mae Gibbncr, 'lyiidman, Pa. Freddie. Lee landless, Flintstone,-and Catherine Ann Brown, alley Road. Robert Lee Banlz, 652 Nation- a! Highway, LaVale, and Jane .CO Jenkins, 2 Park Street, Frostburg. Harvey Clyde .Jnn, Brice Hoi. ow Road, and Christine Marjoric Vead, 506 Park Street. Junior Elijah Parish, Roule ID, Keyser, and Mary Calherine Mills, Dawson. Rep. Staggers Winner In Mineral County Vote Hazelwood Low Bidder On Job The George F. Hazclwood Company of this city yesterday tub- milled ; lhc low bid for Ihe con- slruclioa of a new edifice, for St. Luke's Lutheran Church, accord. Ing lo Rev. William R. Snyder, pastor. . • -.,;•. ... Ncgotiallons helwecn , church leaders .and the company will continue in an effort lo gel the cost in .line with , the : church budget. Rev. Mr. Snyder said, thai a congregational meeting will be held, probably before Ihe middle of November, lo acl on accepU ance of.the revised bid. ' Three other bids, ,lwo of them from local contractors,, also were received .yesterday'.' The only bidder on the'., electrical contract was the Sterling Electric, Com pany, ..',•'• Plans and specifications .for the new chufch.'to be bUilt'ln the.1600 block Frederick Slreel'. near the cily.limits, were.prepared by T. Norman/ Mansell, Philadelphia, Pa., architect. Moore-Held, seeking election lo the West Virginia Supreme Court vl Appeals, defeated his Republican opponent, Robert T, Donley of Morganlown, by 740 votes. Jennings Randolph of Elklus. a former Congressman, polled 3784 while his GOP opponent, John D. Hoblitzcll Jr.- of Ravenswood, trailed with 3225 for an iinexplred term in the V, $. Senate. •: , The cbunly " favored Hepubll- cans John H. Bane for county commissionerji Joseph William Kesscll for th« House'of Delegates, and Helen Holt'for 1 secretary of slate. All else went Democratic. MINERAL. COUNTY UNOFFICIAL. RETURNS U. S. SENATOR Chapmnn Kevereomb (R) Jttl Kobert C:" Byrd '(D) ... J5M John 0. Mobilize!! Jr. (R) JZM Jennings Randolph (D) 3784 CONGRESS Dr. Ward Keetecker (R) Z5W Hurley 0. SUggeri UD) #25 SECRETARY OF STATE Helen Holt (K) ........ M28 Joe E. BurdeU (D) .... 33M SUPREME COURT'JUDGE M«x DcBerry (R) ...... 3313 Thornton G. Berry ' Jr. (D)......... ..352Z Robert T. Donley (R) : .'. 30SO Jlarlan M. Calhoun (D) 38311 STATE SENATOR C. S. •Muster' (R) .....3348 Clarence Ei Martin . Jr. (D) ..,...........'3555 HOUSE' OF DELEGATES Joseph William Kessell (R) '.;.•..:..-..r-...'.-..-;. 37H George E: Barger (D) 31WO COUNTY COMMISSIONER John H. Bane (R) .... 3516 Paul R. .Allamong (D) 3419 ^ Announcing The Hour* of The SHANK ASSOCIATED CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Clortnt. II. ' ' .. . . Hyndmon, Pa. From tin-4-P. M. and 6 to 9 P. M. Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Friday From 10 A. M. to 2 P. M. —Saturday Dr. Harold A. Tice . , . Director All0clat«lt Dr. ft, f. Slunk Dr. ). R. SKanUt Dr. ft. 1. 'IMI»' Dr. D. Holt for /(/jpo/nlnnnl.Co//; Hyndman—Victoria 2-3900 GOP 'ally Rum High Republican candidate* ID yestwday ere Ttw vote for Uies* candidate* Uows: . . :•• .-. ..-,' STATE SKNATB Ckwle> M. Set (K) .. CLKKK W COURT Jwfk E, »Mk» (K) 11,474 STATE'S ATTORNBY Jine> S. GtUf <K) 11.IM KEGISTKR OF WILLS A. Ckirlei Stewart (R) 114M ORPHANS COURT HK(k ; SteVeMM , (R) 11,377 J. Frewk VanMeier (R) 11,21* William C. AM*U (R) 1M» COUNTY TREASURER J»mt« W. BI>|i*B (R) 11,717 LiVALE ZONING BOARD Leslie J, CUrk ........ M« G. Burb (wrUc !•) .... 1 35 PAPERS ROLL AND UNCIK WEBSTER'S Wollpoptr & Point 414 N. «N!«IST. ' |«r aul «eY«r»i cwtor* a»4 Uw« r«U IwJJs of ic« w«*m in it {vt » rajjpjbow effect W#*t fuJU fl»vw JM yout matt vjrt MA a JWy k*f, #wn? ««J. wy lot*„a sliced «MT«it MM! MCM America knows its bourbon and its favorite is Light, mild 86 proof Old Crow b£ far outsells any bourbon in the land imiiiliiiiniiiiii'lliilinilllltll . THE OLD,CROW,t)IST. ; CO., FRANKFORTV KY. ! . BISTR. BY NAT.DlST. fKOO'CO. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOtlRBON WHISKEY) WE'RE OPEN MONDAY NIGHT FIRST NATIONAL BANK Get all the best of all the new ideas all in one car! 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