POLITICAL NOTE: Pennsylvania Oracle

In booklike ballots the size of small-town telephone directories, Republican and Democratic voters of Pennsylvania last week made their choice of candidates for the November elections.

Democratic voters picked (387,000-to-99,000) State Boss Joseph Guffey over Roland Sletor Morris, onetime Ambassador to Japan, to run for Senator. George Howard Earle 3rd of Philadelphia easily won the Democratic nomination for Governor.

Out of a field of 16, Republicans chose William Abraham Schnader, State's Attorney General, as their favorite gubernatorial candidate. In the hottest primary contest, Senator David Aiken Reed, Old Guardsman seeking renomination, beat...

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