The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 5, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTTXE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Monroney Leads Vote In Oklahoma Primary For Senatorial Post BT DAYTON BLAIR OKLAHOMA CITY, July 5. </Tt —Incumbent Elmer Thomas trailed Hep." Mike Monroney by more than 5,000 votes today as tabulation of yesterday's Democratic senatorial primary election neared completion. A run-off election July 25 was assured by the other five Democratic candidates who had more than 25,000 voted among them. Returns from 3,116 of 3.786 precincts gave: Monroney 155,436, Thomas 149,965.- Johnston Murray, who hopes to win the governor's office once held by his father, held a wirle lead over his three democratic opponents but lacked the clear majority to avoid a runoff. Coe Runs Second Murray, in returns from 3,011 precincts, had 177,436 rotes to a combined total of 188,030 for his foes. William O. Coc. Oklahoma city attorney, was second man. Former Oov. William H. (Alfalfa Bill) Murray, father of this year's candidate, stayed at his son's headquarters until returns proved the younger Murray was definitely ahead. See-Saw Race The see-saw race between Moti- roney, fifth district Congressman for six terms and Thomas, climaxed one of Oklahoma's hottest races since the late President Roosevelt came here In Thomas' behalf in the 1938 election. Farm support prices and public power policies were the major issues. However, the minority Republican party furnished its share of the headlines. The Fourth of July election—first In Oklahoma's history—produced an average primary turnout at about 350,000 voters. GOP Nomination Swrrp The Rev. Bill Alexander, who first announced as a Democratic candidate for senator, then switched parties, swept the GOP nomination. Alexander gave the Republican!, who seldom see a real primary scrap, a hard campaign, television shows and an election eve party that had everything from a choir to a cowboy band. Hli principal opponent was long-time newspaper- mail Raymond H. Fields. Thomas has at stake * national political career spanning 28 years. At his age. 13, the white-haired senator would probably step out of politics if he lost. Thomas served two terms In the House before his election to the Senate In 192«. Speculation on Senate Speculation on the uncounted Senate voles was difficult because large blocks still remained out In both Oklahoma and Tulsa counties the biggest in' the stale. Other uncounted totals were scattered throughout the slate. Monroney trailed early In the counting but pulled ahead about midway of tabulating. He led in both of the largest counties despite the fact that Tulsa County had been counted n Thomas stronghold. During the heated campaign, Thomas charged Monroney had voted for CO per cent parity with Monroney retorting he supported SO per cent parity. House Speaker Sam Raybum (D- Tex) and Hep. Albert Gore (D- Tenn) joined in the campaign to help their fellow house member. Bus Drivers Strike Halts Moves Of 800,000 in New York Area BUFFALO. N. Y., July 5. (/P) — A+ •hike by 1.700 bus drivers and mechanics today halted public transportation for approximately 800,000 residents of the Buffalo- Niagara Falls area. At 2 a.m. (EST), an official of the Niagara Frontier Transit Corp. announced: "The strike is on." Officials of Local 1342 of the AFL Amalgamated Association of Street, Electric Railway and Motor Coach Employes comment. were not available for ; The union seeks a 32-cent hourly Increase In the present rate of $1.38 an hour. Holiday pay and other fringe Issues also are In dispute. The company originally offered • boost of three, cents an hour. This waj^ Increased during, negotiations to seven cents. The company also offered several improvements in working conditions. However, union officials charged that the company proposals had "too many strings attached." The transit company holds the local franchises in Buffalo, the nation's I4th largest city with a population of 576,000, and in Niagara Falls, which has nearly 80.000 residents. It also serves much of the suburban area for the two cities, which are 27 miles apart. The firm took over the franchises June 1 from the bankrupt International Railway Company. Only three days ago, the company retired the last of Buffalo's trolley cars, completing a 100 per cent changeover to bus operation. Highest automobile highway on the North American continent Is the ML Evans road In Clear Creek county, Colorado, which rises to an altitude of 14,260 feet. China to Pay Personnel in Commodities TAIPEI, July S. m—All Chinese national government employes, military personnel and school teachers soon will receive a portion of their salaries in commodities, the official Chinese News Agency said totiay The government said that effective In August all employes, regardless of position, will be paid In coal rice, edible oils, salt and cloth, based on the average monthly need of Individuals and families. The balance of salaries will be paid in cash. Premier Chen Cheng explained- employes will be able to maintain a stable livelihood, the government will be aided In establishing commodity prices, and it will help combat inflation. THE PROOF OF ITS GOODNESS ( ARE ITS THOUSANDS OF REGULAR USERS/ ITS ALL VEQEFABUe make &id trucks act Mtik Get engine r«ploc*mwiff fora!' ( Whether if» an engine tune-up, or a complete reconditioning' job, you'll get j\at what your truck needs here in our rervice itatioo. f Our mechanics know your truck inside out. 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NOTICE Or NKW ESTATE* ON .WHICH ADMINISTRATION HAS BEI:N COMMENCED Notice is hereby given that the following is a ll.st of estates of deceased persons upon which l*tl«r> Testamentary or of Administration were granted during the month of June 1960 with the date of the granting of such letters and the name and address of the executor or administrator: No. 1M3. Estate of C. A. Richards deceased. Letters Testamentary Is- sued to Jesse Taylor, Arkansas on June 21, I960. Witness my hand and teal u such Clerk this 3rd day of July. 1950. Elizabeth Blythc, County and ProbaU Clerk IT'S A FACT: You always save more money at GRABERS on BLAHKETS! Shop, compare . ..y«r in .nd y.«r out Gr.ber'. bring you vtluei th.t .re hard to beat. TW» a r»» n Grabor, buyer plan, far in advance—thoppmg the leading manufactureri for ths best pouible buy, he can find ,n order to give you ft,. Jowe.t price, po«ible. Shop now-Graber'. ha, the largest, fh. most complot. •iock of blanieti you II find any place. 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