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Big Decisions Need Big Men! H. You Cen't Eaat Experience ★ Yes, these are days of decision . . . the vita! post-war erar calling for many quick decisions . . . and they should be correct ones. George L. Radcliffe has proven his ability to make those decisions which benefit his country and his state .. . You can’t escape his experience—nor can you beat it! His twelve year Senatorial record is outstanding proof of his untiring efforts in behalf of the veteran, farmer, labor, watermen, food packers, private industry ... his experience and seniority have won for him memberships on seven Senate Com mittees . . . hard-earned memberships which demand proper decisions. Take ad vantage of that experience and seniority . . . Maryland can not afford to lose them ... SENATOR GEORGE L. RADCLIFFE 15 y Authority of Howard C.- Brogel, Treas. i C—t * . - '• ; p t ;' "MAKE IT a MILLION!” I ENLIST IN A GRADE WITH ji YOUR ARMY MOS Army veterans who held certain Military Occupational Specialties Umay reenlist in a grade commensu rate with their skill and experience, provided they were honorably dis charged on or after May 12, 1945 —and provided they reenlist before July i, 1946. Over three-quarters of a million men have joined the . new Regular Army already. MAKE IT A MILLION! Full facts are at any tn Army Camp, Post, or Recruiting jf- ‘ Station. 112 W. Main Street |A/f _1 McLane Bldg., 3rd Floor CilKlOll, IVIU. V tj* **♦ **• ♦** *•* £♦ *** J •$* J **• •* ** •** *J •** •* *• •* **• ** ! One Good Term \ i . 1 Deserves Another § \ | Dudley G.Roe j | For Congress | I A. the Kastern Shore of Maryland's Rcprcsmtativo in Con* gress during trvo of tlie most trying years in American history, | Congressman Dudley G. Roe, seeks renomination on his record. Consistently, throughout this two-year period. Congressman | Roe has been energetic, tearless, hard-working and tireless in •> his efforts to serve his country, State and District with fine ftdel- X ity and unfaltering zeal. & On all local and national issues, he has capably and aggres- X i, sively given good, sound, practical representation, and his two y J • years of experience in Washing ton equip him to render even X i. more valuable service during the next two years when so many ❖ ] | important problems and issues must be solved and settled. X < • We respectfully submit for your practical and helpful consid- ❖ J j eration and support, that “One Good Term Deserves Another.” % < • . y < Published by Authority of L. Atwood' Bennett, Political Agent y J! (Pol. Adv.) X < • | ! FARM BUREAU INSURANCE $ Automobile—Life I Insure cooperatively for eco- 3 | nomic control of your insurance g I protection needs S WILLIAM E. REA 8 Port Deposit, Md. i | Phone 185-A Rising gun Representing ! FARM BUREAU INSURANCE S COMPANIES j Home Office—Columbus, Ohio :S Going into debt often comes from spending what you tell your friends jwu make. State Farm Mutual Insurance Co. (Noil-Assessable) World’s Largest Auto mobile Insurer More than meets all Financial Responsibility Laws C. A. HANNA, Agent Rising Sun, Maryland Maryland farmers can get a bonus payment of 9 cents a pound for all red clover seed they produce and sell in commercial channels in 1946. The payment is made through the county agricultural conservation committee. THE MIDLAND JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1948 I Qualified by g Experience | Unhampered by g & i I Political Commit- § ments g For An Efficient a Administrator | | Vote For | CHARLES E. 1 BADEN | For State | Comptroller g S FOR STATE | | COMPTROLLER g Democratic Primary June 24 g | By Authority A. Ruark 0 ARTHRITIS, BACKACHE, PAINFUL JOINTS, NEURITIS Thi* wonderful, new 2-woy treatment goes to work immediotely, usually bringing symp tomatic relief within a few short minutes. Why continue to suffer when relief is so •asy? Get LAKIN'S 9 DROPS today on the maker's unconditional guarantee of relief or your money back. Take as directed. Why Speed? The anly thing you'll catch is trouble. Drive Carefully, Primary Election NOTICE In compliance with provisions of the Election Laws of the State of Mayland. Notice is hereby given that a Primary Election will be held in Cecil Couinty, Maryland, on MONDAY, JUNE 24th, 1040 Tlie Primary will be participated in by the Republican party and the Democratic party. And tlie Primary so to be held is for the purpose of nominating, • By The Democratic Party—•- One person for Governor of Mary land. One person for United States Sen ator from Maryland. One person for Attorney General of Maryland. One person for Comptroller of the Treasury of Maryland. One person for Representative in the 80th Congress of the United States from the First Congressional District of Maryland. One person for State Senator from Cecil County. One person for Sheriff of Cecil County. One person for County Commls sioner; First Commissioner District. One person for County Commis sioner; Second Commissioner Dis trict. One person for County Commis sioner; Third Commissioner District, One person for Assistant Treasurer of Cecil County. One person for Clerk of the Cir cuit of Cecil County. One person for State's Attorney of Cecil County. Three persons for members of the House of Delegates of Maryland from Cecil County. Three persons for Judges of the Orphans’ Court of Cecil County. Three persons (WOMEN) for members of the State Central Com mittee of Cecil County. Three persons (MEN) for mem bers of State Central Committee oi Cecil Couinty. By the Republican Party— One person for Governor of Mary land. One person for United States Sen ator from Maryland. One person for Representative in the 80th Congress of the Uniter! States from the First Congressional District of Maryland. One person for Sheriff of Cecil County. The Polling Places in each of the respective Precincts or Districts shall be opened at 7 o’clock A. M., and shall be kept open until 7 o’clock P. M. Standard Time. The Polling Places shall be located as follows: First District, A to Me, inclusive — At Cecilton on Main Street, in Junior Order American Mechanics’ Hall. First District, Nto Z, inclusive — At Cecilton on Main Street, in Junior Order American Mechanics’ Hall. Second District, A to Mc ( inclusive —At Chesapeake City, in Civic Hall Building. Second District, N to Z, inclusive —At Chesapeake City, in Civic Hall Building. Third District, First Precinct, A to F, inclusive —at Elkton, in Fire House, on North Street. Third District, First Precinct, G to Me, inclusive —at Elkton, in Thorn ton & Jodelbauer’s Showroom, cor ner North Street and Railroad Ave Third District, First Precinct, N to Z, inculsive—At Elkton in W. W Boulden’s Garage Building on North Street. Third District, Second Precinct, A to J, inclusive —At Elkton, in Jeffers Warehouse on West Main Street. Third District, Second Precinct, K to Z, inslusive —At Elkton in Jeffers’ Warehouse on West Main Street. Fourth District, A to J, inclusive —At Fair Hill, in the former Hehry Hess property, opposite Foxchasers Hound Club House. Fourth District, K to Z, inclusive —At Fair Hill, in the former Henry Hess property, oppoiste Foxchasers Hound Club House. Fifth District, First Precinct ( A to Me, inclusive —At North East, in Red Men's Hall, Fifth District, First Precinct, N to Z, inclusive —At North East, in Red Men’s Hall. Fifth District, Second Precinct — At Charlestown, in Cathers store building > on Main Street. Sixth District, A to F, inclusive — At Rising Sun, in the Fire House. Sixth District, G to Me, inclusive — At Rising Sun, in the Fire House. Sixth District, N to Z, Inclusive— At Rising Sun, in the Fire House. Seventh District, First Precinct, A to K i inclusive —At Port Deposit, in Fire Engine House, on Main Street. Seventh District, First Precinct, L to Z, inclusive —At Port Deposit, in Fire Engine House, on Main Street. Seventh District, Second Precinct, A to K, inclusive —At Perryville, in America Lnegion Hall. Seventh District, Second Precinct, L to Z, inclusive —At Perryville in American Legion Hall. Eighth District —At Oakwood, in Rod and Gun Club House. Ninth District —At Calvert, In Rosebank Cemetery Hall. By Order Of HARVEY W. EWING, President HORACE B. LIJLLEY, ALBERT C. WINCHESTER, Board of Supervisors of Elections for Cecil County ; E. Kirk Brawn, Attorney Delancey Scott, Clerk . — T • —■- -— —- - - - - - - -z=r— r- = ■ Elect FUNK On His Record Reduced State Income Tax 50% E t ~ 1 I ' ' V 1 (I , r ? V f ’ r f JOHN B. FUNK Democratic Candidate For COMPTROLLER Primary Election June 24 Senator Funk has been a member of the Legislative Council for tlie past six years and has served as Chairman of tlie Leg islative Council Sub-Committees on Taxation, Budget, Banking, Education, and Roads. Recently, he was named a member of the Governor’s State-Wide Commission on the Distribution of Rev enues, and is Chairman of tlie Sub-Committee of that body which is studying the problem of financing education, welfare and direct aid to the counties. Author of tlie law which made possible a continuous reduc-, th.n in the State real estate tax which is nor-v 10c, tlie lowest since the Civil War. Chairman of Senate Finance Committee. Author of tlie law which reduced tlie State Income Tax 50%. Foremost Fiscal Authority in Legislature. Only Condidate with experience in Public Office relating to Budget, Taxation, etc. Only Candidate with good chance to win. Co-author and proponent of New County Road Plan to assure more money for County roads. By authority W. Carlos Myers, Treasurer. POLITICAL CARDS CANDIDATE FOB CLERK. I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cecil County, subject to the Republican primaries in June. I ask the support of all voters. RALPH R. CROTHERS, Elkton, Md. CANDIDATE FOB SHEBIFF I wish to announce that I will be a candidate for nomination for the office of Sheriff for Cecil County, sub ject to the Democratic primaries in June next. I earnestly solicit your support. JOSEPH B. BIGGS, Port Deposit, Maryland FOB COUNTY COMISSIONEB I hereby announce my candidacy for County Commissioner nomination at the Democrat primaries in June. Your support will be appreciated. HARVEY E. SIMMERS Rising Sun, Maryland FOB COUNTY COMMISSION EB I hereby announce my candidacy for County Commissioner for the Ist Election District, subject to the Democratic party, June 24. I will ap preciate your support. J. REESE CLARK, r. jj. 5 Elkton, Md. COUNTY COMMISSIONER I wish to announce that I will be a candidate for County Commissioner from the Second Commisisoner’s Dis trict, which is composed of the sth and 9th election districts of Cecil County, Maryland, subject to the Democratic Primaries in June. I would greatly appreciate your sup port. * DAVID J. RANDOLPH, s|3|tf Bay View, Md. FOB HOUSE OF DELEGATES I hereby announce myself a candi date for the House of Delegates, sub ject to the Democrat primary on June 24. All votes will be appre ciated ARNOLD N. CRAWFORD, 4j X 9 Cecilton, Md. i About 16 million pounds of garlic are grown in the United States each year. Leading garlic-growing states are California, Texas and Louisiana, CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF I wish to announce that I will be a candidate for nomination for the office of Sheriff of Cecil County, sub ject to the Democratic primaries in June next. I ask the support of all voters. ROBERT A. BOYD, 3-22 Colora, Md. CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF Subject to the Republican Primar ies June 24, 1946, I desire to sub mit my candidacy to the voters of Cecil County for the Republican nom ination for Sheriff of Cecil County. I announce my candidacy in the belief that my service of three years and ten months in the United States Ma rine Corps, and six years and four months with the Maryland State Po lice has given me the necessary train ing and qualifications for this most important position of trust. I shall in deed be grateful for your support, and if nominated and finally elected, I shall endeavor in every way pos - sible to merit your support and con fidence. NATHAN KAPLAN, 41 19|tf Elkton, Md. FOR STATE SENATOR I hereby .announce my candidacy for State Senator, subject to the Democratic Primary in June. I ear nestly solicit your support. CECIL CLYDE SQUIER 51 3 |t£ Port Deposit, Md. JUDGE OF THE ORPHANS* COURT I hereby announce my candidacy * for Judge of the Orphans’ Court, sub ject to the Democratic Primaries in June. Your support will be appreciat ed. SYLVESTER PRESTON 3j 3 911£ North East, Md. FOR STATE’S ATTORNEY I hereby announce myself as a can didate for re-election as State’s At torney of Cecil County, subject to the Democratic Primaries to be held June, 1946. Your support is earnestly solicited. HENRY L. CONSTABLE To keep centers of buttons from breaking out, sew buttons on fabric with shanks. To make a shank, lay two pins across the button and sew over them. Then pull out the pins, lift the button, and holdi it up while thread is wound arount the threap underneath.