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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma Finding the "whole truth" about something in a committee hearing is usually made more difficult by the practice of shooting holes in the testimony so that often little is left entirely intact .A r race Nc( .Inur Paid r In-illation 8310 Mrmbrr: Audn Bureau of (.'I rendition THE ADA EVENING NEWS FINAL EDITION rd 78 ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1946 FIVE CENTS THE COPY Walker Wins Tuesday Vote Will Be On City Council Incoming City Council Under New City Govern- ment Plans to Launch Work Early Wheeler Trails in Early Vote; In Georgia, 18-Year Olds And Negroes Vote for First Time membership completed by vote Tuesday on a runoff race between M. -lied" Walker and Coleman for the nt-large plni-i', city council thai will t.ike over supervision ofcAda cily affairs v, ill waste.1 no time gelling down to business. The voters Tuesday gave Walk- No Bargain On OPA Yet Deadlock Threatens Com- promise Effort, Taft Won't Budge from Senate Bill By FRANCIS M. LE MAY WASHINGTON July 17 _ (fP) FBI Agent John F. Trost said _A deadlock threat plagued ad- Ihc 40 -year old Erickson in Atlanta the department of jus- ministration efforts 1o strike a jumped into a lead in the urban lice had ordered that the ballot- bargain on OPA today areas increased it ing be watched to protect' the: President Truman was rcporl- 'rights of negroes to vote in ac- ed willing to sign the senate's re- cordance with a ruling by .the vival bill, provided congress res- By The Associated Press Senator Burton K. Wheeler I lagged more than votes be- Ihincl Leif Erickson, former Mon- Today Georgia democrats selec- ted nominees for governor and lana supreme court justice, in re- ten congress seats in a primary turns today (Wednesday) from'. which saw negroes and 18-year- the democratic primary which he olds vote for the first time. had hoped would give him norm- nation lor a fifth term. i Protect Georgia Negro Voters steadily iis counting proceeded. Truman For Wheeler Backers of Wheeler, who dif- fered often with new deal foreign States. supreme court of the United tores price ceilings on meat, eggs, butter and other foods. i KUI.I.CI 07 voles to ill for Coleman. iuld policies but rceeiv- Candidates in the red-hot race But Senator Taft who Enlistment In U. S. Isn't Going To Be Guard Starts Here Aug. 1 Men Interested Invited To Talk With Officers, Get Names on File Now Enlistment in the National Guard Unit to be established in Ada will start August 1 and will be known as "R" Day throughout the United States, according to Joe Cathey. Battery Commander Coerced, Representative On UNO Council Declares Woman's Testimony Brings May More Strongly Into Probe, Sen. Berkley's Office, Also 30 -jt'i v v n iii 11 u V'iMiTi j JLI 11. i r ft i.aii.i.ii.-wii.iuy, WIUJ Three othc-r candidates for the a helping hand from Presi-I for governor were Eugene Tal-. bore the brunt of Mr. Truman's u.n: 2. Dr. Charles F'. I er state legislator backed by Gov. i "couldn't be any worse." Ward 3, Joe Henslev; Ward of the states Ellis Arnall; former Gov. E. D. "Of course the president would 4. Yernon Roberts; at large, Red i 'Si ad 35'840 Votes> and ex-soldier Hoke O'- sign the bill if we put such things Walker. Wheeler Kelley. I as meat, eggs and butter back un- Take Oath Next Monday Inp fracc c'vertea national in- Talmadge campaigned on a der Taft said. "I have The count-Union will take oath j1'0111. Inrce othe- j. of office next Monday. Julv 22, in Arizon. but have planned ,o busy this weeK selecting from __ _ jam nurc r primaries "white supremacy" platform and no' desire "to" compromise the "bill" to stay if the president wants to veto it, 4 _ seeking brief; Arizona Senator Ernest W. in away from the polls. numerous renominalion of all incum-1 Yesterday's primary results in tasks the ones'they feel need im'- iTicdiate altention. icciLcuon. The changeover from commis-! sion to city manager form of cily govcrnmenl involves employment of a city manager and establish- ment of a revised system of de- Erjckson, who hammered at McFarland, Reps. John R. Mur- _. 4l lllc acl Wljecler. as a prc-Pearl Harbor dock and Richard F. Harless and I stands pat we will have no 0 isolationist and declared he had I Gov. Sidney P. Osborn all demo- They have got to giVe in if n bias agamsl organized labor. crats, renominated easily. arl PRECINCT VOTING ie CIO Wyoming Senator Joseph C. Raihvay Tram- O'Mahoney Gov. Lester C. Hunt This was the situation as the Murray and Rep._ Frank A. Barrett un- 14 .member senate-house confer- TVard Prrcincl 1 Walker 111 1-1 is U 12 rolrntan 1 M ft .1 n in l 2 is backed by Brotherhood of men, Senator James (D-Mont.) and Franklin D. Roosevelt's James. Wheeler Loses Home Town _ Erickson ran up most of his for nomination for governor load yesterday in Wheeler's home I Oren Harris town and longtime 'political and Brooks Hays won then let him it. Senate Is Key To which Chairman Spence (D- Ky) of the house banking com- mittee replied: "If the senate OPA. we going to have any price con- By JOHN W. HENDERSON WASHINGTON, July -Pretty, red-haired, Joan Bates Former Rep. Dickstoin then uhairmnn of the house imnii- testified today that as secretary at n comn tteo for a midwest munitions eommnc h Capehart now under war profits investiga- tion she said she handled frequent telephone calls .from Rep. May i (D-Ky) and "on several occa- son nation Earl Wright, state trea- and Spence are. members, began surer, led former Gov. Nels H. its compromise task. ?mlth l ''epublican pnmary i Meanwhile, just in case OPA is revived the senate voted to cut operating funds by 000 000 sions" from the office of Senator Barkley Mrs. Bates told her story to the senate war investigating com- mittee in its inquiry of tho war- time operations of a group of companies in which the Garsson brothers, Henry and Murray, were active. She said that "two or three times" a week the Washington office of the combine got calls from Rep. May, chairman of the house military committee. The calls from Barkley's office. Mrs. Bates added, came from a woman she believed to be the secretary of the senate majority leader. Mrs. Bates did not know, Ca.pt. ROBERT V. SARRETT she said, whether Barkley him- took part in the telephone Capt. Robert V. Sarretl, 31, will conversations. be battery, commander of head-! Other Solons' Offices Involved pehart Mrs. Bates told the committee that Freeman would call Snbath "maybe once a and that Sabiilh called Freeman "a couple of she said. She had call- ed Sabalh's office as well as May's in searching for Freeman by telephone. Rep. Dickslein Called She testified she had called Senator Capeharl once for Free- man and telephoned Dickslein "quite twice a month." She added that Dick- slein called her office "several limes." In saying she had answered lel- cphunc calls from the office of Barkley "quite a few Mrs. Bates testified she believed the caller was a Mrs. Chance whom she thought was Barkley's secre- tary. (One of the companies in the Sen. Austin Joins Yandenberg in Firm Policy Statement Vondenberg Colls on Ruf- sia to Replace Distrust With Friendship By JACK BELL WASHINGTON, July Austin
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