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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1934 NUMBER 51 I-OFFVOTE Only Mayor and Public Works Commissioner Races Left From Primary NEXTUOTEIPRIL3 Chambless vs. Willoughby For Mayor, Armstrong and Kroth Arc Opponents Echoes of Tuesday's city prl mary election had not died awa> before the candidates who siir vlved first ballot and who milHt engnge In rui.-off contest were busy campaigning, for "nl> two weeks remain until I hi; vol that will make final decision Vote totals listed below are flclal. supplied by tin- count election Tin- next ticket will be a nhor urn; but the interest In the out come Is expected to be more ll tense than In the one just past The run-off vote will April U. In only two rares are necessary. Mayor T. J. Clmni- MesH and J. Wllioughby. Jus- tice of tin- peace, must contest for the election to the mayoral chair, and Henry Kroth and Percy Armstrong for commis- sioner of public works. With only two candidates In other races a decision was al- most Inevitable. W a I to r GrlndstiiH. candidate to succeed himself as school board treasurer was given votes. Sonic fVHiiln Two changes In tho present city commission are certain. Albert Chamberlain having out- voted Lee Daucs. Incumbent. I.KS'.i votes to 1.4SK. and J. II. Pryor, present public works com- missioner, having been eliminated In tho primary. O. S. compiled a total of 1.40C, votes to for Harry .Morris In tho nice for school hoard member of Ward 1. and Don Evans ran far ahead of W. W. O'Neal for Ward -1 represen- tative, polling by official count to O'Neal's C. S. Wil- liams, who withdrew from the race before election day. theless received votes. Decision had not been reached today, however, on the vole be- tween Masscy and Morris, for In Ward -I Precinct through mis- interpretation of rules governing the voting, the voters of tho pre- cinct were not allowed to ballot on the candidates for roprosentn- tlve of Ward 1. Tho race for mayor Is expect- ed by many to lie the more In- tense" of tlu- two that are to b settled by the run-off election 111 April, but otln-rs are anticipating a hot contest between Kroth and Armstiong. Mayor Chambless led the ticket of seven In the van- for mayor and commissioner of public Jus- tice and safety. He polled votes to l.nst; for Willoughby IfiH nearest rival and his oppon- ent III the vote. J. II. Norman polled votes for third place, followed by Joe Housloy with Dr. W. II. Lane with Hubert Gargis with Idl and Virgil Auld wltli yr.. In the race for street .ami water commissioner. Kroth led. closely pressed by Armstrong. Kroth. a former street commis- sioner, two years ago lost to Pryor. but Tuesday came back I'f lieiid the ticket. He polled votes mid Armstrong Pryor ran third with S.'ti. fol- lowed by J. II. Sloan with 20-1 and HID Ilugan with Tho total vote of wa way tt> a hospital whore hl> wounds were treated. Hospital officials said that about -HI shot had struck him in back of the neck but that In released after being judged seriously injured." His assailant had not identified. HOUSE PASSES or tin was ACCEPT OFFER OF Reject President's Suggestion For Continuation of Present Scale MflNftlRfftGREE Joseph B. Eastman, Federal Co-ordinator, Will Hear Controversy -------------------------K- BOETTCMEIi BEFS Burris Heirs Well Estimated Good For Cubic Feet in Lower Snnd ll'ri'in Illillj) Boettrher Oil and Gail company No. 1 Ilurris Heirs, In NE NW NW of 27-2-7. Fltts field, found what it was seeking when, n low cr sand produced a stronger gas flow than the one already loca- ted. After finding a production of about 10.000.OHO cubic feet dally the operators drilled ahead cau- tiously, hoping to find bigger production at lower level. At about 1.1H7 feet the de- sired sand was found and It came through with a flow estimated at cubic feet capacity per day. This well Is nil offset to the south of tho Ilootlchcr No. 1 Woolley In 22-2-7 which was brought In some time- ago for ctlhlc feet of gas daily capacity. II. L. Ulackstock No. 1 Lewis In 19-2-7 was shut down at feet for engine repairs. Floethonfs No. 1 I'.eynolds- Wagner In 1S-2-7 was In shale nt foot, having passed tho (lllcn-asu sand. Manahan's No. 1 Norris, in SW NW SE of 1S-2-7 drilled In early this week, was reported produc- ing oil but tho quantity had not been determined. It Is In the Me Alester sand from which the No. 1 Reynolds-Wagner drilled by Manahan has been producing "II for several weeks, and which I? being cleaned out now. WASHINGTON, Mar. Hallway managers and employes agreed today to submit their wage dtspv'e to arbitration b> Joseph II. Kastman, federal rail road coordinator, as proposed President Roosevelt. This was made known I after Mr. Roosevelt began u con forenco with automobile inauu facturors In an effort to aver the strike threatened In that In dustry. Temporary solution ot the rail way wage controversy was report oil' to President Roosevelt b representatives of the tw groups. A. F. Whitney, chairman
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