Denton Journal from Denton, Maryland on November 5, 1938 · Page 9
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Denton Journal from Denton, Maryland · Page 9

Denton, Maryland
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Saturday, November 5, 1938
Page 9
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OFFICIAL BALLOT FOR CAROLE FOR STATE SENATE VOTE FOR ONE WILMER FELL DAVIS REPUBLICAN A. FLETCHER SISK DEMOCRATIC · FOR HOUSE OF DELEGATES VOTE FOR TWO D. W. BANNING ' ' DEMOCRATIC G. ARTHUR MCDANIEL REPUBLICAN W. EDMOND NEAL DEMOCRATIC 1 i ZETH WEAVER REPUBLICAN | FOR GOVERNOR VOTE FOR ONE HERBERT BRUNE INDEPENDENT LAKE STATION, MD. DAVID W. EYEMAN SOCIALIST HARFORD COUNTY, MD. SAMUEL GORDON COMMUNIST BALTIMORE, MD. JOSHUA C. GWIN ' UNION BALTIMORE, MD. ROBERT KADISH LABOR BALTIMORE, MD. HARRY W. NICE REPUBLICAN ANNAPOLIS, MD. HERBERT R. O'CONOR DEMOCRATIC BALTIMORE, MD. FOR UNITED STATES SENATE VOTE FOR ONE ELISABETH GILMAN SOCIALIST BALTIMORE, MD. GEORGE W. HUNT UNION BALTIMORE, MD. FRANK N. H. LANG LABOR BALTIMORE, MD. OSCAR LESER REPUBLICAN BALTIMORE, MD. HARRY STRAW COMMUNIST BALTIMORE, MD. MILLARD E. TYDINGS DEMOCRATIC HAVRE DE GRACE, MD. FOR SHERIFF 1 VOTE FOR ONE WILLIAM E. ANDREW DEMOCRATIC J. LEON TODD REPUBLICAN .... FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT VOTE FOR ONE WAYNE A. CAWLEY DEMOCRATIC SHERMAN L. TRIBBITT REPUBLICAN FOR REGISTER OF WILLS VOTE FOR ONE RUSSELL W. FLUHARTY REPUBLICAN CARLTON V. WEST DEMOCRATIC . 1 FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS VOTE FOR THREE LUTHER T. BENNETT REPUBLICAN WILLIAM M. GAREY DEMOCRATIC ALVIN H. MEREDITH REPUBLICAN JOHN T. SCHMICK REPUBLICAN HARRY L. SULLIVAN DEMOCRATIC H. ROLAND TOWERS DEMOCRATIC FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE SEVENTY-SIXTH /"t/"\XT/~l Tl T71C1O /"fcTTl mTTTI TTXTTmT7*T\ Om A mi^CI T71T" /"VTlrt" FTITTTTI CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES FROM THE FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT OF MARYLAND VOTE FOR ONE CHARLES H. GIBSON REPUBLICAN DORCHESTER COUNTY T. ALAN GOLDSBOROUGH DEMOCRATIC CAROLINE COUNTY FOR JUDGES OF THE ORPHANS' COURT VOTE FOR THREE SAMUEL G. BYE REPUBLICAN JESSE T. DENNIS DEMOCRATIC E. LLOYD FOOKS DEMOCRATIC LUTHER W. HANDY DEMOCRATIC · TRUMAN H. RICHARD REPUBLICAN JAMES A. TRAZZARE · REPUBLICAN · FOR COUNTY TREASURER VOTE FOR ONE FRED E. COVEY ,i* DEMOCRATIC *»**^ * .r« J. VIRGIL MOORE f REPUBLICAN i FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY VOTE FOR ONE. LAYMAN J. REDDEN DEMOCRATIC W. HYLAND VANSANT REPUBLICAN L FOR COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY VOTE FOR ONE WILLIAM T. ELDER SOCIALIST BALTIMORE, MD. ETTA GIBSON LABOR BALTIMORE, MD. JAMES 0. HARRISON UNION BALTIMORE, MD. NEEDHAM HORTON COMMUNIST BALTIMORE, MD. WILLIAM G. JACK REPUBLICAN PORT DEPOSIT, MD. J. MILLARD TAWES DEMOCRATIC CR1SFIELD, MD. · - FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL VOTE FOR ONE MORRIS LEVITT LABOR BALTIMORE, MD. WILLIAM C. WALSH 'DEMOCRATIC CUMBERLAND, MD. LEO WEINBERG REPUBLICAN FREDERICK, MD. FOR CLERK OF THE COURT OF APPEALS VOTE FOR ONE E. RAY JONES REPUBLICAN OAKLAND, MD. DAVID H. LOVITT LABOR BALTIMORE, MD. MARGARET W. PHILLIPS UNION PIKESVILLE, MD. . HENRY SMITH · SOCIALIST BALTIMORE, MD. JAMES A. YOUNG DEMOCRATIC CUMBERLAND, MD. _- **+!* ·-.-·^ · FOR ASSOCIATE JUDGE OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF MARYLAND VOTE FOR ONE THOMAS J. KEATING DEMOCRATIC QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Amendment to Article XV of the Declaration of Rights of the State Constitution authorizing 1 the General Assembly to enact a State income tax, which may be classified, graduated and progressive and which may provide exemption of a reasonable amount of income from taxation, said Section as amended to read as follows : 15. That the levying of taxes by the poll is grevious and oppressive and ought to be prohibited ; that paupers ought not to be assessed for the support of the government; that the General Assembly shall, by uniform rules, provide for separate assessment of land and classification and- sub-classification of improvements on land and personal property, as jt may deem proper ; and all taxes thereafter provided to be levied by the State for the support of the General State Government, and by the counties and by the City of Baltimore for their respective purposes, shall be uniform as to land within the taxing district, and uniform within the class or sub-class of improvements on land and personal property which the respective taxing powers may have directed to be subjected to the tax levy; yet fines, duties or taxes may properly and justly be imposed, or laid with a political view for the good government and benefit of the community. Taxes may be imposed on incomes which may be classified, graduated and progressive and the exemption of a reasonable amount of income from taxation may be provided and such taxes may be in lieu of taxes on any class or classes of " real or personal property as the General Assembly may determine. FOR CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AGAINST CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Amendment to repeal Section 36 of Article III of the State Constitution, prohibiting the General Assembly from authorizing a lottery, the purpose of this amendment being to permit the General Assembly to authorize lotteries in the State. FOR CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AGAINST CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT A: Stat. cuit Circ Talb 21 thirc tobe in p; cuit; judfi And t h c l men ed, i for ; thin elect cand sixt) vote: it sh ate j who judg ther or n in tl tern or fi and posi* med; ond, actic term seve. judg stitu to t\ of yr here- Tl shall aftei men! Gene tion by tl Cour subjt tion- judgt the s years hereii Thi ed by 1938 · ment stitut powei circui with may 1 the C judge judge is ele a rest judge for as shall clarec more said c as tht ceivet numb dates disqu: tion s of an; ate jt electe, duty i fices. FOR AGAI An of the fixth, being fora: FOR r . AGAI - The accompanying list of nominations to be voted upon in Caroline county on Tuesday, November 8th, next, is published in compliance with the provisions of Section 48, A Public General Laws, title, "Elections," and we certify the nominations printed herewith have been filed with this Board. «mk EDWARD W t l^ THEODORE F. / JACOB 0. WILI RUSSELL W. FLUHARTY, Clerk, Board of Supervisors of Elections for C.

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