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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - July 24, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma Now iHhesucccssful condidotoi who    lo    th.,    .UcHon    wi„    push    oNoi.s    of    .Hico,    hoi.    o,    ,i9.,oosly    os    ,hoy    did    .hoi,    co.po.,0, •we would get real service. Merage Set J urn Paul emulation 8310 Member %udn Burrau of < lr* alation 43rd Year— No. XITHE ADA EVENING NEWS FINAL EDITION ADA, OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, HIH*  ----------------— _ '    ’     '-ood/ii    .    ,    tft    i-I    -«,    I    IMO    . .. .. y ▼* #    __ ^ ^    7                _-.------ _ FIVE CENTS THE COTY Kaiser Wins Reelection, Collins Loses to Bob Austell ******** Unseats Nichols ******* TURNER WINS *******:+* + * + + ********** * * f Virgil Mudlark Wins Close Race Sheriff Clyde Kaiser Congress Change Outside Ado Precincts Pull Koiser Through; Austell Wins 18 of 26 Precincts This year’s superheated campaigning in Pontotoc county resulted in the unusual--a higher vote in the runoff primary than in a high voting first election. County citizens, left with only two county races to decide, turned against George Collins, vet-<y an county commissioner reprinting District 2, and almost did tin* .lino for Clyde Kaiser, in riff for several terms. I he volt s by which the county ottled the she riff’s race and the 26 precincts of District 2 derided (*n Puli Austell were: Sheriff—Kaiser, 4,855; Cecil Smith, 4,586. Commissioner — Austell 2.015; C ollins, 1,608. Smith, former Ada city policeman and veteran of World War II. had i»*d Kaiser, War I veteran who has held the office! for sheriff M years, in the first primary hut volt I won by Chai ley Shockley in that balloting forced the two wilier into a i unoff An already had campaign led on into an oven more strenuous runoff battle and until election results were in Smith was given an excellent chance of taking Kaiser out of office. Smith Carries Ada Smith carried the city of Ada bv taking i5 of the city’s 17 precincts but Kaiser strongholds over the county outside of Ada tinned in enough votes to more than offset the* Ada margin. Austell, making his second race against Collins, succeeded | this time where he failed before. Ada votes this time played a decisive part. Austell winning seven Jot the eight precincts that are in (District . Hi' also won sizeable ; margins in some of the other heavy voting precincts in the I west and northwest side of the I county, I in Iii of the 26 precincts. won eight precincts and Iago in absentee ballots, ( oil in for many years a coun tv <*!fiend, was defeated several years ago by Charley Johnson. out came . aik atter one term and had remained in office since. Medlock Has Voting Lead Apparently Hat Defeated Allen G. Nickels, Veteran State Senator In a race overshadowed in this county only by the sheriff and | governor contests but carried out! with as much intensity in campaigning, Virgil Medlock, on the basis of official returns, Tues-jdav defeated Allen G. Nichols I Wewoka, for the state senate. The Pontotoc countian, representative in the state legislature principal of the school at Lawrence, piled up enough margin in his home county to more than offset the edge Nichols won in his own county. Official total votes for the two-county race are: Medlock 9,876; Nichols 9,494. Medlock swept Pontotoc county with a 6.256 to 2.977 advantage and in Seminole county got 3,620 votes to Nichols’ 6,517. Seminole (ountv, as before, cast a larger vote than did Pontotoc county. Nichols has served more than one term in the slate senate His last defeat was by John Boyce McKpel, Arian now a major with the occupation forces in Japan hut expected soon out of service. President lo Ad Quickly ta Any OPA Revival NII .th£    T,'un?.»n'«    action    Which    he (’oil ins ad van By JACK BELL WASHINGTON, July 24. <.P>— Quick presidential action was promised today as soon as congius sends an OPA revival bill to the White House. Charles G. Ross, press secretary, told reporters President Truman will act “very promptly” and send congress a message or memorandum - whether his action be veto or approval . Ross would not forecast Mr. timed ASKS PARTY UNITY Three Veteran Holds Vote Margin Officials Out Over Gilmer With Ballot Total Near Mabel Bassett, A. L. Croble And Judge Doyle Beaten, Cartwright Easy Winner J OKLAHOMA CITY. Julv 24. «.T»- Three veteran state officials were swept out of office by overwhelming margins in vc dei ay’s runoff primate in which the ‘ .in ti sentiment played a large part Defeated wen* St.ii** Super in I U ndent A L. (’rabic, who lost to I Th Is a County Superintendent Oliver I lodge b\ mon- than IO, OOO votes; Mrs Mabel Bassett, commissioner of charities and corrections, who was beaten by Huck I ook. Durant, for inn highway patrolman; and Judge Thorn ! as ll Doyle of the criminal court of app* als, w ho trailed far bi* 1 hind John A Brett, former assistant f \ S iii ti n t attorney. Another incumbent. Justice Hen Arnold of th** state supreme! court, held a narrow lead of 54H votes over former Altornev Gen Oil Mon Reacher Heads Into General Election Campaign Against Olney Flynn, Republican Nominee, with Plea For Loying Aside Sborp Differences of Opinion Among Democrats OKLAHOMA (’ITV. Juh 24 (AF) Rn who won tile democratic nomination for gov#* boma in yesterday’s runoff primary, issued a call unity today as he headed into a general election against Olnev b. Flynn, former republican mayor COUNTY VOTE TOTALS J. Turner, r of Okla-for party campaign af Tulsa. s of lamest I a lead r f votes ever intv prose - S i ebb, with IR of ti id’s 585 precincts Glen I). Johnson Defects Collins Manila Hears Gun In Revolting Area A. Julv 24. O’* The RI millimeter mortars military police against peasants rn B lilac an MANH sound «I used by i e colling province was heard *20 miles a-wa\ in Manila suburbs today, ‘■von as peace reports filtered rn from other provinces.    , t,irected against -OO JI u koala Ii ups (armed peas-* ants) attacking an outpost where RO suspected links, arrested in an earlier clash, were being held authorities said.    ’ Lu is I a rue, Huk leader, was meeting with success in Pampan-j ga province in a government-ap-! prover! tour to persuade his follower to return to their farms correspondents with the peace ; party reported. Peasants in Nellis ™ !>a province also were ready lor peace, reports indicated. Manila liberal leaders said I some peasants hesitate to return home because they fear military I police w ill renew reprisals. as likely to come tomorrow. However, house Democratic Leader McCormack (Mass ) has said the president will approve the newest version of a trimmed down Of*A. Tho president’s message. Ross added, would be a written one and not a speech for radio delivery. (The president spoke on the radio when he vetoed the ore-viour OPA bill). Asked whether the president. in the event he signs the hill will appoint its price decontrol tomorrow, ho said he thought it unlikely. The senate slowly inched the r,,vivi‘1 bm toward the White House. Unofficial Voting In State Races Boren_ Beaten With Heavy Johnson Vote Londilide Victory Carries Every County for Okemah Man; Reps. Johnson, Wickerham Also Defeated for Reelection Johnston County Gilmer Carries County, Boren Loses It, Kaiser And Jackson Win Bob Austell French Workers lo Gel Higher Pay 13 TC XX (Jeer pa. t: er*c: i I if.*-. but 4 f or.fc 4 CT* French anteed goner* aries ’ lift lay by rea< he i after which averted ie iii President month-old In *nt e : rn of re the men- v Olde a [he increase* nt economic ip < ip pc w *ere: nata eminent J < »mmenda< it possible achieve in pi. it I ta a rd mg th# lances and I < >y - ‘ad ieus for sib ling m- the [weather! f _    • ok: Arrests, Accident Break Info Record Police officials made three ar-y t Tuesday afternoon the first I of the wc*ek. One man was arrest'd for drunkenness and fighting with his wife. He was released after paying a $10 fine.    * One man was jieked up for drunkenness another for drunk-ennrss and disturbance. They posted $2o and Sin bonds. ^!i<* week’s first accident oc-eurred Tuesday night at 10:15 when a 1939 Mercury Tudor driven by W. Ii. Duty, Oklahoma ( itv, was going south on Broad-I v av and started to make a left j hand turn on to Main when it collided with a 1937 Chevrolet tudor, driven by James Mullins o! Homer, who w as going east on ; main. I he AWOL soldier who was arrested by police a Week ago today (Wednesday) is still in the ands of local police awaiting military authorities. No rob-j benes were reported to officials. A lead on the forger w ho pass-jcd fuc* $20(1 checks in Ada busine*; In ors. proved false and ponce are still searching for the I bogus check casher. OKLAHOMA CITY, July 24, — Latest unofficial standings in state democratic races (3701 precincts in state); Governor—Turner 191,672 Gilmer 167.294 (3629 precincts). Commissioner of Charities and ( oerections - Bassett 139 405 Cook 170.211 (3551 precincts). «oSAa)e SlJPerintendont — Crable 93,4.)4, Hodge 208,918 (3592 precincts). Treasurer — Conner 158.650, Hastings 115,022 (3496 precincts). Supreme Court, third district— Arnold 24,585, Cobb 24.037 (567 of 585 precincts). Secretary of State—Cartwright 158.046. Shaw 116.288. (3534 precincts). Examiner and Inspector Clark 88.406. Morns 148.871 (3477 precincts). Commissioner of La bo r_ Hughes 138.112. Murphy 102.194 (3407 precincts). Chief Mine Inspector—Mallov 140.067. Rutherford 101.127 (3452 precincts). (’l iminal % Court of Appeals northern district — Brett 42 346 Doyle 24.790 (1247 of 1273 precincts). Assistant Mine Inspector, first district—Ronald 14,099, Wells 19-181, (483 of 781 precincts). Republicans ( cur poration Commissioner — Creekmore 11,564, Weaver 8,840 (2350 precincts). Oklahoma's delegation to the lower house of congress will Im* drastically revamped bv the time the new congress goes into office next January. The Fourth district, represented for five terms by Lyle Boren. Seminole, was one of the several that discarded incumbents for new candidates. Glen I). Johnson. Okemah, won a landslide victory over Buren sweeping every on** of th** nine counties in the district and filling up an imposing vote margin. With 489 of the district’s 501 precincts in, Johnson’s unofficial total had mounted to 31.093 votes with Boren trailing with 19,469. Two other veteran congressmen also went down. In the erat Randall tile 11111«I di still Oil! Hie fifth incumbent (*ngagt**| in n runoff race, St;*t«* Examiner ( ha ides G Morris, won easily ov ‘*r J H. ( lark. accountant It was Morris’ first state race how ever, lh* was appointed in June to succeed th** late John Rogers. Other races generally ran true to form. Wilbur n Cartwright, third clisti u t congressman for 16 veals, held a wide lead over A r. Shaw* John I) Conner, funnel assistant state treasurer, won the nomination for treasurer over W. D. Hastings. Apparent nominees in other races were John M. Malloy, secretary of the stat** mining board chief mine inspector; Jim Hughe now as* extant laboi commission cr, for commissioner of labor, and Sam ( Wells, I nalgate miner, for assistant mine in pretor, first district In th** only statewide republi i eau race. Thomas A Creekmore. j Luisa oil producer, apparently! won th*- cot poration commission I nomination a Citizens Invited To Take Part in Ciiy Council Meeting I Pontotoc county, casting almost I 1,000 mote v *»t<*s Tuesday than in I the July 2 primary, chalked up i th** follow mg of fit tai totals GOVERNOR    Turner 5,012 jGtlmei 4.382 CONC* lf KSS    Johnson 5.176. Boren 2 992 STATE SENATE Medlock 6 j 256. Nichols 2.977. I SHERIFF Kaiser 4.855, Smith I 4.558. 670 of the state’* bowed that Tur-votrs to 168.424 ountv tabula-and univ two - ut in Tulsa Animosities Tuner dec tar* (Precinct results aa reported officiant by the countv election board iii five races of major concern here—governor, congress, state senate, sheriff and county commissioner — will he found on Page 2). ('artw right Ha tings 2.924 I 3.T 3.203 Sixth district Jed John-1 the countv bv 1,349 votes to Glen son. with eight terms in congress. | John. ..tis 2 173. Johnston county stood by Dixi# Gilmer in th** runoff primary al though Roy J. Turner was close behind, giving Gilmer, according! The Ada city council who h took ! to th** Tishomingo Capital Demo-1 office Monday* under the new * erat unofficial tabulation of 28*council - manager charter will precinct-; (without a b s e n t e e .meet tonight at 7:30 o’clock at votes) 1,998 to Turner’* 1,889 J Convention hall <l,, s    AU    citizens    who    arc    interested Lyle Horen, congressman, lost are invited to be present and will -    'n-**    • •"** iii % iii lost to Toby Morns, Lawton attorney. and conced€*d early Tuesday night that he was defeated. In the Seventh district, Victor Wickersham, in congress for several years, lost to Peden and although his margin of loss was not wide. admitted defeat Tuesday night. In the Eighth district, Hieronymus will carry the democratic party Mag int** the November general election and in the First district Gras* Shaw, Tulsa at tor joey, a newcomer to the congressional nomination list, will repre-I sent the party. I The Third district, where Paul Stewart stayed out because of his health, staged the closest race of • mobil# the eight, with Carl Albert lead mg Steger all the way, his lead varying from under a hundred to two hundred and finally, with the count nearing an emf. to about 500. be given an opportunity to be heard on any matter of interest In two county commissioner Itbem, says Mayor Charles F races the results were:    Spencer. District I— Joe Kaiser, Tonto- J . Carious matters ar** to be contos 834; Bill Talley, Tishomingo, j sidled. involving some growing 775.    .out of the change in form of city District 2 G. (). Jackson. Cole- R°vernrncnL man, 881; Ludie Parker, Prom *)n,‘ major matter on th** list He, 812.    I v\ ill be whether tin* council will ma mi t a    , , *    I meet advances of federal fund MANILA. July 24. oil Miffed ,or Planning regarding .. surface Philippines congressmen, w h o water system, a water treatment complained that Moxas cabinet! system and an airport hangai members are high hatting the So I Federal funds involved would Ions, announced today they are i total around $40,000. CO COMSK. Austell 2,091 Collins I.HIR SKC STATE 4,157. Shaw. 2,401. I ST TREAS Conner 2,334 ST SCUT lh **lg. I * It* 3,246 CGM LABOH Hughes Mui oh\ 2,514 EX A INSP    Morns    2 991 Clark 2,537, CHAR A CGR Cook 4 24! Bassett 3.584. CH. MINE INSP Ma I lov 4.045. Rutherford 2.102. « ----- 'Severe Headaches' to Revival of OPA Barkley Still Urges Senate To Give Speedy Approval To Measure By JACK BELL • Turner, *>n the ba? I urn>ffi* la! r**tui rn la-! approximately 24.000 Dix a* Gilmer, Puls,i < < tutor It* tut rh ft < n (TDI precincts m r had 192.90 f*>r Gilmer. I h*- ()U la horn a lion wa# complete, boxes still were count ■ N«* IV r mom I Ina» ii**rd ed* 'We ha*.**    \    *-en    through    two bai d campaigns. 'I rn-re hax e been sharp but honest difference* of opinion an ong the members of th** democratic party. We have settled the -e differences a* the ballot bn xes in the democratic and American wav. “\\ bro I opened mv campaign for go* ei n*»r. I made it clear that there were no personal animosities between any of the other candidates ani myself. During both the primary and the runoff, I sought to keep the campaign on that b “Although the hard, and sonnet . h..Id ooh the hp Ie ne* t for all with u;** in mal mental policy, m ands respe**t f< f «■« >o \ ic I Jons of otl j to have demotist! Greatest "As I said tion, our gi *. I party umt\. 'campaign in 1 ; with th** sam* insulation that the im gr.x w< e r nd >* -t mocracy de -opinions and . and I bore I this spu it Is I'nitv tor.ay'fl efer- preparmg a bill which would make members of congress outrank cabinet members in protocol at formal functions and also afford the congressmen lower autolicense numbers. —n—    - (treater returns for amount invested. Read The N wk Want Atis. If th** city accepts th** advances, it would, if bonds are voted and til** projects begun, have to repay th*- advances to th** federal government Gidinances passed at th** colin cli meeting on Monday are being published in The Ada News lied.-tail. .HOMA Flu *u Thursday, ^ lid animals seldom die of old age. Cheek Coal Mine Conditions * WASHINGTON. July 24. (/Pi —Admiral Ben Moreell, coal mines administrator, reported today that a new investigating team of three naval officers has been sent to Kansas City, Mo., to survey health and living conditions in coal mine communities in that area. Members of the team are Comdr. John R. Gatclev of Seattle, Wash.; Lt. Comdr. E. F. Philpott of Portland. Ore.; and Lieut. Carl A. Nastri of New Haven, Conn. Coal County Votes tor Turner, Johnson, Defeotes Sheriff, Reelects Two Commissioners Coal county went for Roy J. Turner for governor, according to unofficial totals compiled by the Coalgate Record-Register, de-1 teated Sheriff Johnny Phillips! and reelected two county com- I mi ss ioners, Lyle Boren went down under a deluge of Johnson | votes for congress. The report was; Governor:    Turner,    1.825:    Oil-; mer, 1.610. ( engross: Boren, 966; Johnson 2,136. Sheriff: Phillips, 1.536; V. II Bonner. 1,894. Co. Commsr. No I Jimmy Mathers. 581; F. M. Lovelace. 501. Co. Commsr. No. 2:    Leslie    E. Bay (reelected) 767; Arch Coeburn, 627. Co. Commsr. No. 3: Luke Ridley (reelected) 504; Tom Lamp kin, 377. East Central to Graduate 50 Seniors in Thursday Program Dr. M. E. Sadler, T.C.U. President, to Be Com-mcnccmcnt Speaker Dr. M. K. Sadler, president Texas Christian university, deliver th** commencement dress to members of the Central college graduating at lo a. rn. Thursday in the leg** auditorium. His subject will be “A Bond of Civilization ” Dr. Sadler has had a <ii guished career and he has a of will ad-East lass col 11 n - ! utation for being capable speaker. lh* has an A. B. from { Christian college, an M. 'Vanderbilt university, a B from Yale, a Ph. D. from Yah ID. I), degree from T. C. U. has also done graduate work rep an extremely At lant ie A from D. ’, a He iii .social sciences at th** University | of Chicago. Among his publications is a 'book published by Harpers in WASHINGTON, July 24 T» Conceding that some “severe headaches” may he ahead in getting OPA back into business a-gain. Majority Leader Barkley i(Ky) today urged the senate to give speedy approval to the new •compromise legislation for rev iv mg price controls ll** told his colleagues that tile I measure worked out by th* sen •ate house conferees and approv ***1 bv th** house Yesterday is I ‘with two or tin**** exceptions, in substance the same bill that con fgress passed previously and that • the presi lent vetoed.’* I But. In* asserted that disagr«*e-! ments between house and senate j had made it necessary to “make some concessions if we get anv bill at a1! ” J In reply I * * a question, Barkley said that he had received “post I (iv** assurance” from th*- OPA ,**1 rn mist rat or that some program • would be worked out to alleviate J the situation of elevator owners i and other grain ptircha ers who J had bought at current, above ceiling prices but who faced th** J possibility of a roll h,tck of pi ices ' Jon Aug. 20. Hark lev said th** ()I\*\ admints J J trator would ”go as far as pos ; jsiblv toward bailing out these, people caught in that situation ” I The majority leader replied in the affirmative w hen asked by I {Senator Tot** v (H NH) if he did n**t agree that ‘ when, as and they start to roll hark thes* ions prices there will hr it .‘airraid** numhei of severe aches ” pi tm,ar ii I as to ti hej ’ It wa the first st,*! paign for ti!** weal ti old od man rancher, political experience member of th** Oklahc school hoard f of that time ; Started Turner ha known as a livestock IL O’ ford ranch near presider t of the ford association. He attended grade schools school an Hill’s Before entering which was des!in wealth*,, he sere* keep*-! and a tin is a veteran of Need be for e test need now is If we conduct < the general e|e-*t energy and de* has marked * - can he no dor •me n* \t Nove ri as I j, gi * • wide cs iy, 51 ye His of] v as as ma C i seven years, p pre* i lent Bookkeeper r hap- been b wer of purebi a t y art n ; a tan Sulphur America *e Here-. and is n Here- Lincolj Kendr Busine; the oil i to i cd as ** salem World War I. county cks high s college. business vake him a bookit** TP Truman .Nominates firevfus WASHINCfTON, Julv 24 P) President Truman today nominated Louis G Dreyfus. Jr. now minister t<* Iceland, to tx* minister to Sweden. Dreyfus, a career diplomat, succeeds Heist hel V’ Johnson, who resigned May 5 to bet orn • deputy I mted State.1 representative on the United Nations security r .unci!. esrdent of K* . Ore vins ie, TH' PESSIMIST No ll,,I, lllaako. Jr. lf var con head (Continued un Page 2 Column 6) Dr. M. E. SADLER ROME. July 24 .Pi A Napier dispatch to th** Rome ncwspapei ll Tempo reported today that tin lair U rut** Mussolini's tv.** est children, Romano and Maria, had opened a small cabaret at Form I)’Ischia neat then* In the cabaret, a ^'conditioned fisherman’s hut. Anna Marie serves as In* toss while Romano helps out the little ta with lections on an accordion, th# patch said. 4 Greater returns for amount in * vested. Tilt* New* Want Ads. oung- Anna se ttle Matrimonially spei br id** gits th' ring groom git. wrung. kin d n th* th* It m,*'*' not he good etiquette, hut ain’t it a grand feejin' t git niime frum th’ offiee an Ina* around in jrour b.u* feet an undershirt? ;