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Philadelphia Inquirer 3-B J t V? - " III . J- ,tk v v! & -K X fl nn lie s Thursday, Nov. 4, 1976 swwmwW c iiifi$ J!'"' U-.-WTOJjiJiii""i""'' " "I11"1 1 i mm 1 (0 Sen. Harrison Williams, with his wife, Jcancttc, gives his victory speech in Elizabeth, N. J. Incumbents fare well with the state's voters VOTING, From 1-B liam Schluter by less than 7,(100 votes. The district is normally conservative Republican, and Mrs. Meyner's victory over staunch Nixon supporter Joseph Maraziti two years ago was viewed by many observers as a fluke produced by the Watergate backlash. Hughes, Florio and Mrs. Meyner had all captured seats from conservative Republicans in 1974, as did Andrew' Maguire in the Seventh District. Maguire, too, was re-elected, capturing above 56 percent of the vote. In the one race where an incumbent was not seeking re-election, Assembly Speaker Joseph LeFante, a Democrat, won the 14th District seat of Dominick Daniels, a Democrat who is retiring. Gloucester, Burlington, Camden County returns Camden County THE PRESIDENCY Jimmv Carter 105,971 Gerald R. Ford 76,164 UNITED STATES SENATE Harrison A. Williams 106,971 David Norcross 60,394 UNITED STATES HOUSE 1st District part James J. Florio (D) 82,691 Joseph McCullough (R) 32,197 6th District part Edwin B.Forsythe(R) 35,785 Catherine Costa (D) 24,774 NEW JERSEY ASSEMBLY 5th District Angelo J. Errichetti (D) 32,785 Helen Wise (R) 20,004 Elijah Perry (I) 1,586 ; COUNTY SHERIFF Thomas J. O'Rourke (D) 101,032 Samuel Lichtman (R) 58,444 COUNTY FREEHOLDERS Michael Hayes (D r 92,276 Edward Savres (D) 89,779 Milliard Moore (D) 87,893 William Reynolds (R) 77,883 William S. Bradncy (R) 75,893 Olivia Fanelle(R) 74,661 Frank Fulginiti(I) 2,240 Hyman Rosen (I) 2,330 Horace Banks (I) 2,361 Anthony P. Costa (I) 2,949 Burlington County THE PRESIDENCY Jimmy Carter (D) 61,552 Gerald R. Ford (R) 58,025 UNITED STATES SENATE Harrison A. Williams (D) 64,953 David Norcross (R) 47,415 It seems hard to believe. Most low-tar cigarettes arc low-taste cigarettes. So who's kidding who? If Pall Mall Extra Mild has only 7 mg. tar, how can it be an exception? The reason Pall Mall Extra Mild is de-tarred, but not de-tasted is because it has the Air-Stream filter that reduces tar-but not taste. The race in the Hudson County district was extraordinarily close, however, with LeFante squeaking to a 6,-OuO-vote victory, extremely narrow by Hudson County standards. In three special state legislative races to fill vacancies caused by the recent appointments of Democratic officeholders to state posts, the winners were also Democrats, again showing the apparent tendency of the voters to stay with the party in power. In the Fifth Senatorial District, Camden Mayor Angelo J. Errichetti scored a 12,000-vote win over Audubon Mayor Helen Wise for the seat vacated by John J. Horn. In the Seventh Assembly District, Burlington Mayor Herman Costello beat Republican Walter Smith, a former legislator, by about 3,000 votes. UNITES STATES HOUSE 2d District-Part William J. Hughes (D) James R. Hurley (R) 4th District-Part Frank Thompson (D) Joseph Indyk (R) 6th District-Part Edwin B. Forsythe (R) Catherine A. Costa (D) 534 446 15,199 6.753 54,923 NEW JERSEY ASSEMBLY 7th District Herman T. Costello (D) 35.126 Walter L. SmithJr. (R) 31.771 COUNTY FREEHOLDERS Michael J. Conda (R) 56,259 Robert C. Shinn Jr. (R) 53,37b Alfred Walker (D) 50,858 William W. Szychoski (D) 49,202 Eva Weiss (I) 4,361 COUNTY SURROGATE Elton A. Conda (R) 54,191 John Casey (D) 53,553 Gloucester County THE PRESIDENCY Jimmy Carter (D) 38,726 Gerald R. Ford (R) 34,888 UNITED STATES SENATE Harrison A. Williams (D) 45,772 David Norcross (R) 26,533 UNITED STATES HOUSE 1st District-Part James J. Florio (D) 52,227 Joseph J.McCullough (R) 29,964 COUNTY FREEHOLDERS Patrick S. Damminger (D) 42,196 Gene D. Costill (D) 35,446 Charles E. Owens (R) 30,849 William A. Bartelson (R) 28,705 SHERIFF George G. Small (D) 43,859 George I. Wingate (R) 29,904 The low-tar cigarette that doesn't cheat your taste. What's more Pall Mall Extra Mild starts with the finest tobacco money can buy. Tobaccos specifically selected for extra mild taste. And when you've got great taste to begin with, you've got great taste to end with. Try a carton. You'll find it hard to believe you're smoking a cigarette with less tar than 95 of all cigarettes sold ! Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health. 7 rng. "w", 0 6 th. rvcctinc av, ppr cigs'sns by FTC rnpihcl If I Associated Kress The seat had been held by George Barbour. In the 13th Assembly District, Democrat Helen A. Szabo defeated former Trenton Mayor Carmen Ar-menti by about 7,000 votes for the seat formerly held by Assemblyman S. Howard Woodson. Although there were some indications that an anti-income tax sentiment hurt Jimmy Carter and narrowed the margin of victory for Assemblyman LeFante in his congres sional race, Gov. Brendan T. Byrne ; said yesterday that the Democratic ; victories in these three special elections indicated that voters were not as upset by the tax as Republicans would like to believe. "The issue in these three races was a state issue the income tax," Byrne said at a news conference in Trenton. "In Burlington County, for instance, Republican Walter Smith . said if you want repeal, vote for Smith: if you want the tax, vote for Costello. Well, Costello won." Byrne also expressed "a sense of appreciation and relief that the bond issues passed this year." He was referring to three bond issues totaling $225 million that were approved by voters Tuesday. They included S80 million for construction and renovation of state prisons and other institutions, a $120 million clean-waters bond issue and a $25 million mortgage assistance bond issue. A year ago voters defeated nearly $1 billion worth of bond proposals. In addition to the bonds, voters this year handily approved proposals to use all proceeds from the state income tax for property-tax relief and to give an additional $50 property-tax rebate to elderly and disabled persons. While voters approved the controversial question of legalized casino gambling for Atlantic City, the issue that generated the most interest in : the state this year, they defeated a proposal to raise the amount of cash value of prizes at boardwalk-like games of chance from $15 to $100. The referendum also would have increased the amount it can cost to play the games from 25 to 50 cents. Arts center to open at Stockton College Associated PiTHS POMONA, N. J. - Stockton State College will open its $3.5 million performing arts center here tomorrow with a student production of "The Birds" by Aristophanes. The center, includes a 550-scat ! main stage theater, an experimental I theater, scenery and costume shops, j a photographic darkroom and class-"! room areas. i Employes of these companies have won special recognition and the thanks of millions in Southeastern Pennsylvania for helping their neighbors the United Way, UnibedWay AWARD OF EXCELLENCE After Six. Inc. Amchem Products, Inc. American Red Cross. Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter ' American Telephone and Telegraph Co, Arthur Andersen & Co. Associated Day Care Service Association for Jewish Children of ' Philadelphia Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll Bell Telephone Co. of Pa. Bellevue Stratford Hotel Better Business Bureau of Eastern Pennsylvania Big Brother Association of Philadelphia Binswanger-Herman Co. Boy Scouts of America-Philadelphia Council Boy Scouts of America-Valley Forgo Council Boys' Clubs of Metropolitan Philadelphia Brown Brothers Harriman & Co, The Bulletin Co. Children and Family Service-Episcopal Community Services Children's Service, Inc. College Settlement of Philadelphia Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Co, Crime Prevention Association Dechert Price & Rhoads OeHaven, Townsend, Crouter & Bodin Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission . Delco Child Day Care Association The Reuben H. Donnelley Corp, Ernst & Ernst Family and Community Service of Delaware County Federation Day Care Services Federation Housing, Inc. Federation of Jewish Agencies of Greater, " Philadelphia Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Co, Fishman & Tobin Inc. Florence Crittenton Service of Philadelphia, Inc. Friends Neighborhood Guild General Accident Group Germantown Savings Bank Girard Bank Louis Goldsmith. Inc. Greater Philadelphia Federation of Settlements Gulf Oil Co. -Eastern Region Marketing Gulf Oil Co. -Marine " Gulf Oil Co. -Philadelphia Refinery Haskins & Sells Health & Welfare Council, Inc. Homemaker Snrvic of Delaware County. Inc. Hospital Survey Committee; Housing Association of Delaware Valley Huggins & Co., Inc. Inter-Church Child Care Society Jane D. Kent-St. Nicholas Day Care Centre Jewish Employment and Vocational Service Jewish Y's and Centers of Greater Philadelphia Johnson & Higgins of Pennsylvania, Inc, Kidder Peabody & Co., Inc. Kohn Savett Marion & Graf 'The Korman Corp. The Lighthouse Main Lafrentz & Co. Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania Montgomery County Homemaker-Home Health Aide Service, Inc. Morgan Lewis & Bockius The Mutual Assurance Co. National Health & Welfare Retirement Association Nationalities Service Center of Philadelphia North City Congress North Light Boys' Club, Inc. Old Philadelphia Development Corp, Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co. The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co. Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement The Philadelphia National Bank The Philadelphia Saving Fund Society Pennsylvania Prison Society Price Waterhouse & Co. Presbyterian Ministers Fund Provident Mutual Life Insurance Co. Prudential Insurance Co. of America. Reliance Insurance Companies Raymond Rosen & Co., Inc. The Salvation Army Robert D. Harrison Chairman 1977 United Way Campaign 'Saul. Ewing, Remick & SauT Sheltered Employment Services, Inc. Southern Home for Children Stephen Smith Home for the Age J Stockton Bates & Co. Strawbridge & Clothier Tasty Baking Co. Touche Ross & Co. Travelers Aid Society of Philadelphia UGI Corp. USO of Philadelphia, Inc. United Communities, Southeast Philadephia United Engineers & Constructors, Inc. United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania John Wanamaker-Philadelphia Wolf Block Schorr & Solis-Cohen Women's Christian Alliance YMCA of Philadelphia & Vicinity Abington Branch Armed Services Branch Brandywine Valley Camp Central Branch Christian Street Branch ' Columbia Community Branch, General Offices Northeast Family Branch Parkside Community Branch Penn Center Academy Reed House Roxborough Branch West Branch VWCA of Central Montgomery County YWCA of Philadelphia- Executive Offices Arthur Young & Co. UNITED WAY. AWARD AR A Services, Inc. Aetna Life & Casualty Alexander & Alexander, Inc. All Saints Hospital-Springfield Allied Chemical Corp. Industrial Chemicels Div, Allied Chemical Corp. . Specialty Chemicals Div. Anchor Packinq Earl P. L. Apfelbaum Inc. Asbestos Insulating Co.. Inc. 8. P. Gas & Go-Retail Sales Department Balis & Co., Inc. Barnes & Tucker Co. Beneficial Mutual Savings Bank Benjamin Franklin Hotel Piddle, Bishop & Smith Inc. James G. Biddle Co. Bluestein. Prusky & Susmatl Boeing-Vertol Co, Bond Baking Co. Broad Motors Co. Garrett Buchanan Co. Children's Aid Society of Montgomery County City of Philadelphia City Controller's Office) Fire Department Housing Authority of Philadelphia; Human Relations Commission Planning Commission Prothonotary's Office Register of Wills Youth Study Center Colonial Holding Co, Colonial Penn Group, Inc. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Environmental Resources-Bureau Of State Parks Governor's Council on Drugs 8t Alcoholic Abuse Labor & Industry-Bureau of Occupational Injury & Disease Compensation Labor & Industry-State Workmen' Insurance Fund Public Welfare-Claim Settlement Division Public Welfare-Eastern Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute -Public Welfare-Haverford State) Hospital Revenue-Personal Income Tax Bureau, Philadelphia Regional Office Computer Peripherals, Inc. Container Corp. of America Continental Bank Continental Insurance Co. Council for Revitalization of Employment and Industry Credit Information Corp. of Philadelphia Cronin Agency-Connecticut Life Insurance Co. A. Ernest Dambly, Inc, Dreslin and Co. Drinker, Biddle & Reath ESB Inc. Eaton Corp. Reached at least 50 of full fair share potentiaf "Beached self-established quota - ..'-.. ' I . 4 . -. ,' S ' " - V Employers Insurance of Wausau Equitable Life Assurance Society Evans Pitcairn Corp. FMC Corp.-Chemical Group Headquarters Fairmount Motors Products Co. Fidelity Bond and Mortgage Co. . .' The First Pennsylvania Banking & Trust Co. Flash Trimming Co. The Franklin Institute The Franklin Mint General Building Contractors Association General Felt Industries " General Motors Acceptance Corp, 'r 'r General Refractories Co. General Waterworks Corp. , Glenmede Trust Co, G. B. Goldman Paper Co. Alexander Grant & Co. J ' The Great A&P Tea Co. , Greater Philadelphia Chamber Of Commerce Gulf & Western Research Co. Handy Harmon Tube Co., inc. E. F. Houghton & Co. " Hudson, Wilf & Kornfeld I. C. I. United States .. . IN A Corp. International Mill Service, Inc. '' "J Thomas Jefferson University Hospital . Jewish Family Service ' , Johnson-Marsh Corp, , r Keystone Shipping Co. larami Corp. Lee Tire & Rubber C. Lindenmeyer Paper Co, Machines Data Corp. ' ' Marco Corp. John Meneely Co. L. Frank Market end Sons. Inc. Mathieson, Aitken & Co. ' , ' Metropolitan Hospital. ' , Moss Rehabilitation Hospital J. Frank Motson Co. Nannette Manufacturing Co., Inc, 'Narco Avionics . . National Analysts Nice Ball Bearing-Division Of SKF Nicolet Industries. Inc. North American Life Assurance Co. of , -America North Central Philadelphia Community Mental Heelth Mental Retardation Ctr. Ohio Casualty Insurance Co. ' Paper Manufacturers Co, Peirce-Phelps Inc. Penco Products. Inc. Penn Center Inn Pennbrook Milk Co. ' J. C. Penney Co., Inc.-Credit Office . , , Pennsylvania Compensation Rating Bureau Pennsylvania Economy League Pennsylvania Lumbermens Mutual t, Insurance Co. Perloff Brothers, Inc. The Philadelphia Coca-Cola Bottling Co, Philadelphia Electric Co. . ' , Philadelphia Folding Box Co. "' Philadelphia Gas Works Philadelphia Housing Development Corp, .. Philadelphia Inquirer & Daily New , -Philadelphia Manufacturers Mutual . . , Insurance Co. Phillips and Jacobs, Inc, The Prudential Insurance Co. of America-Main Line Agency The Prudential Real Estate Investment - Office Public Interest Law Centef " Ouaker Chemical Corp. - - Queen Casuals, Inc, , Rohm and Haas Co, . " William H. Rorer, Inc, '".", SKF Industries, Inc. . St. Joseph's College St. Mary Hospital School District of Philadelphia-Wilson Park Get Set Center Sheraton Hotel State Farm Insurance Companies ' Steel Heddle Co. Stern, Maxmin & Stern Taylor Lock Co. Third Federal Savings & Loan Assn. University City Science Center Vick Manufacturing Division- , , Richardson-Merrell, Inc. WKBS-TV48 ; , WPHL-TV. Channel 17 Weightman, Inc. ' Westinghouse Electric Corp.-L ester Westinghouse Electric Supply Co. Wilder Industries A. J. Wood Research Co. - Xerox Corp. Yarway Corp. Yellow Cab Co. of Philadelphia Zoological Society of Philadelphia, Space donated by this newspaper

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