Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 26, 1962 · Page 8
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P«g« 8 GREELEY TRIBUNE Record Off-Year Turnout Set by Americans At Polls L*»?,li Armed Forces Tucktr Enlists |E. Wist, local Air Force recruit- after hij |er. training : Tucker was fltma to San An- °' tne vote in that area. Four The official vote as tabulated by years ago they won 818 per cent The Associated Press was 53,734,- of Dixie's House votes 985. It topped the turnout of 1958 In the 32 states which iiave ot- by 5,811,023, and came close to fiddly certified votes for govern- the 54.253.000 predicted by state or, Republican candidate drew officials and observers in an Asso- 50.14 per ccnt of the total with dated Press survey prior to the 18.537.748, while Democrat-, had! tl * ! lion - «.45 per cent with 17,910,000 In-' Although a record for a non- dependent candidates had the rest i presidential election year, it did But Democratic candidates led: not come close to the whopping slightly in voting for the Senate 68,832,778 voters who cast ballots polling 21.350,756 to 2088922J for in the 1960 presidential election, their Republican opponents and' Still, tire 1962 total represented 154,888 for other candidates just under 65 per cent of the esti- Seven stales showed a decline! mated eligible voters. in House votes from 1958-lowa With all seats at stake every Kansas, Ohio, Rhode Island, South election, House votes are the only Dakota, Vermont and West Vir- means of accurately comparing ginia. ! the results for both parties from Several states had large in-year to year. This year's figures creases, perhaps reflecting voter! mostly tell a lale of a continued concern with the Cuban crisis! Democratic edge across the na- which still *-as boiling on Election! tlon, but much smaller than the Day. Texas almost doubled its! one they posted in their big sweep 1958 turnout, with 1.3 million vol- "V 958 :, ers, while California had an in. In all, Republican House can- crease of more than 617 000 Flor- didates polled 24,116,473 votes na- ida 446,000, Michigan 426000 Illi- tionwide for 47.11 per ccnt of the nois 393,000. and Alabama, Massa- total. This compared with their chusetts, North Carolina and Ten- 1958 figure of 19,843,471 for 43.29 nessee more than 200 000 per cent. __ Democrats this year polled 26,- SANTIAGO-Kreight car springs 948,221 votes for 52.63 per cent for the Chilean railroad may be compared with 25,801,888 and 56.29 bought in the U.S. per cent in 1958. ~TT~; House candidates of other par- ""SBI'TI'MJIKXT ties attracted 130,217 votes com- '* "" c«»»- court' i. ,,,i i m pared with 188,1)6 four years ago. "" .?.^7, "c'c!«',,".,""" Republican gains were wide- ,, , , . y f- I 9 C S .pread, although most spectacular TKRKI'^K? Dec«S2 TA E ' OES in the South. In fact, the Demos . Not lV,' '" llcreb p s'ven t h a i i crats increased their share of the Coum""^ '^'wISTcoun, 1 " House vote over four years ago in o r M?r l in' 10 ' " nd """ a "' I'trsm only six states: Connecticut, Dela- 'hall me writu'n'objViion "*"" ware, New Hampshire, New Jer- iary Vs" J^" 1 °" or ""'ore j ·ey, Idaho and Nevada. I n New AHTHL'R w. OESTEIIUICK York, the vote breakdown was H e r b r t E ,, Rectal about as it was in 1958. In all %t l ? r S f * ,'"' K«ciit,ir. the Republicans gained He achieved perfect scores on the aptitude tot and the armed forces test. He is within the top . ceremonies at tne uid Vjustom ODC percent of all previous appli- .Mil Ave. Court, recently en!Mi'd:H OUS e in Denver. He enlisted in cants taking these tests. in lhe Air Force according to an i the electronics career area and| Tucker had been emploved bv a .Tnnfittnffmunl \*\- t t f ' f r i . _ _ - t _ ; ~u . - . - . . . . . i. . : James S. Tucker, son of Mr. t0 TM- Tex · fur basic military land Mrs. Shelton Tucker ·M-. 5 : truinil] « *" ^ «earing-ui " l h e completion of basic,and had attended College High training course for commissary jSchool prior to his enlistment. Rt*t»ifM4 AMAK1LLO AFB, Tex. - Captain Blaine G. Johnson of Greeley, Colo, is being reassigned tc Blytheville AKB. A r k . followin; Wficers here ii-toitr/.rtTM^, ^ rtgislered healthy iutTta^ii ° ·" --· **"· viw*iv»u%o \.*«cvi aura t m\i[ t u v n n nau m.^u tmuiuivu u^ * oivuievme nr AFK louowin- ih^im^ i ^ummprc nf fr«oii*v than ^7 mS America^ S Kar^s ^^A^^r"^^ ^^ick^rece.ve training b. this area|brother on a .^^^.^M^^^r!^ 'aTtnree SMetap!a% in last month's election, a record Carolina, South' Dakota "rennes- 1 '^y*^ I*TM* that saw Republi- see and Washington. ' i In all, the Republicans captured! who entered the service u 1J51, is the son of Mr. add jfrt Chris Captain Johnson, « graduate oi E Johnsou of 2231 171k St.. 3t*t. Greeley High School, holds a B.A. '-degree from Colorado State Col- 'ege. He and his wife, the former I'helma J. Summers of Greeley, RENNETS lev. KHARTOUM - Radio r a i g e equipment is sought in the Sudan. Fw We're winding up our 60th Anniversary Year bargain spree! 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