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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma Don't relax politically are some real stemwinding races left for that run-off election of July 23 and the outcome then in many races will be important as results last Tuesday. A .N ri Mn v i In ill At (on 8271 .Mfnih.-r: Auilii nurcau nI circulation THE ADA EVENING NEWS FINAL EDITION 4.'ird ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1946 FIVE CENTS THE COPV Pollock Withdrawal Further Cuts Down Ballot for County Leovei Nomination for County Commissioner to Thomp- son; Sheriff, Dist. 3 Commissioner Rocci to Be Decided On July 23; Congress, Governor Races to Whip Up Interest Robert I. Pollock, one of the candidates for county com- missioner to represent District 3, has filed his withdrawal from the place he won in a run-off campaign against Rae Thompson, present commissioner. Bob Auslell calls attention .to an error in the unofficial tabula- lion votes for the Center box, re- porting that his vote there should have had been 30 instead of 13. Bob enough votes to get into Official Totals Following Are the Official Vote Totals on County And Local and State Races in The Election Held Last Tuesday: STATE SENATOR 23rd DIST. Allen G. Nichols 2.362: Otto Si.-ic-kUmd 1.106; Virgil Medlock 4.734. REPRESENTATIVE No. 1 Thomas P. Holt 4.404; Clyde Click 2783. REPRESENTATIVE No. P. SiiF.3 2.9i4; Tom Goodman 762: A T. Watson 1.457; W. C. Gray o39: Eiini-r D< an 1.191. DISTRICT IL'DCiE Driskill, 5.0S5: Cra.vfo'd, 2.1191. Smith 3.725: Whiter Mc-Cr-ic-kon 1G3: Clyde 3 286; ''Inis. Shocklcv 1.491. COUNTY Sam Dc-w 2666: Virgil Hunt COMMISSIONER D 1 S TRICT No. V Parker 1.099; Da- vid Gray 1 896; V. A. Manahan 751. COMMISSIONER D I STRICT j No. R. Collins Helping to whip up election (jarrctt W. Bi-lk-r 408; Bob Aus- interest will be the run off race U-ll 841': Damn PHILADELPHIA, July 5, 'A desperate battle scientists play- ed to keep vitally important nloin bomb records from being lost in a storm-tossed army transport plane was recounted today by a Philadelphia newspaperman who said he is "still shaky" from the experience. "At one time we thought we would have to bail out and loose the records from said Alfred M. Klein, a staff corres- pondent for the Philadelphia Record. He said the huge trans- City Urges Prompt Payment of Water Bills Each Month Ada citizens arc being asked by Ray Martin, finance commis- sioner and city clerk, to pay wat- er bills promptly now. _ ____ The reason is that the pay- ran into a thunderstorm over By LOUIS NKVIN P A R 1" S, J u ly 5, I.T-I T h e foreign ministers of tho. Big Four drafted invi'.alior.s for a general European pence confer- i ence to be held in Paris July 29 i for debate on treaties intended to end World War 11 for Italy and the axis satellites. In a seven hour and forty minute session which lasted into the early hours this morning, the diplomatic representatives of Great Britain. France. Soviet Russia and the United States reached agreement on Italian re- the final major point blocking preparation of treaty drafts and fixed the date for the peace conference. Tho deputy foreign ministers assembled to draw up a suggest- ed invitation for submission to their chiefs at 4 p. m. (9 a. m. garbage I Nebraska early yesterday, nen op-1 "The storm lasted al ments for the city's new trucks and pay for the men op ,JU erating them are made by the Klein said, adding in a 15th day of each month and as: copyrighted story: about 30 the garbage collection payments just about take care of these ex- penses it is necessary for collec- tions to be prompt to keep the city from being 'in the red' on these. So, says Martin, please pay by the 10th if possible and not later than the 15th of each month. The city has an ordinance al- of surfacing on S.H. fl-A, i lowing the water department to Okfuskee miles of j discontinue water service if pay- surfacing on IT. S. 62, Kay miles of surfac- ing on S.H 40', Noble miles of sur- facing on S H. 15, Pawnee miles of surfacing on S.H. 18, Lincoln Payne county 19.8 miles of surfacing on S.H. 18, Stale Sen. Allen G. Nichols an nouncccl Friday that he had wir- held in jail. One accident occurred early COM. of LABOR: Hughes. 706; cd Roy J. Turner, who led the WhitU-n Brown. 263; Newton, 157: 389: Henderson, Smith, 573; race for democratic nomination for governor, that he would do everything he could for the Hcre- Murpl.y. 469; E. F. Mur-' ford Heaven breeder. Senator phy. EXAM-INSPECTOR Morris, 1.226: LydK-k. 318: Brvans. 677; Cruce. 770: Nix. 540. CHARITIES COR. John- s'.or.. 2.523: Knrbow. '91: Cook. Parker. 580: Hat- fi-.fU. 301: Giiiiam. 521; Walker, 402. CORP. COMM. Jonrs. Nichols says it is now a fight between Hie Tulsa bunch and the remainder of the state. "30: Wilson. 733. CLK. SUP. ync. 2.815; i 991: P.-nnington. 1.158. CH. MINK 1.- -fio: Kobbins. 532: Rutherford Sandirar.n. 626; Ballard, 634- 667. REPUBLICAN 54; Cragg 6 Insrarn 9. LT. GOVERNOR Stevick 17 Carrier 3.1. ATTORNEY GENERAL Mc- A- i.'Kj; f.tl and N'uJI
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