Clipped From Miami Daily News-Record
VOTING'S LIGHT IN CITY RACES Results in Municipal Elections Show Ballot Totals Comparatively Small (BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) Voting generally was light in municipal elections throughout Oklahoma Tuesday, despite ideal •weather. , Officials elected include: Oklahoma City — Mayor, - Allen Street; councilmen, Earl W. Miller, Errett R. Newby, Laverne Carleton and Harlow Gefs. Ponca City—Mayor, W. J. Casemore; board of • education, Bill L. Hughes, Robert E. Clark and E. M. Trout. j Guthrie — Councilmen, C. E. Barnes, Paul Austin, Ralph Gum- erson, Warren Van Hoozer, W. Fry, Jr., A. H. Carmichael and Eaton. ... I Enid — Mayor, Frank Carter;! city commissioners, Kenneth Martin, Joe Franks, Everett P. Carley,* S. H. Bobbitt, Die Greer and Carl M. Newbury; school board members, Forrest Warren, Mike Web| her, Cleo Fisher and Dave Bucher; school treasurer, Henry H. Davis. Bartlesville—Mayor R. H. Hud| son and Warren H. Leverett were elected city commissioners-at-large; city commissioners, E. W. Dunaway and A. R. Carter; city treasurer, W. A. Forrest; school board members, P. AV. Crawford, Paul J. Parker, Dale V. Hammond, Donald B. Pruess and Mrs. Louis A. Whitehart. Pawhuska — City commissioner- at-large, Fred Rock; commissioners, L. L. Houston and Fred Leonard. A 20-mill school levy carried by a lop-sided margin. Miami—Mayor, John H. Giffin. Blackwell—Commissioner of public property, Ancel) Sapp; school board, Karl B. Drowatzky and H. L. Bryant. Anadarko-^Mayor, Ray Oliver. Wewoka—Commissioner of public works, Tom P. Mulloy.