The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1946 Page: 2 of 10

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THE CROSBYTON REVIEW
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campaign for
sltioir ill bringing:
governor to C&Qsbyton
, -Mud-alinging, bickering and
spreading of vicious rumg^ by iriy
opponents are smokescreens «. to
hide the real issue in the govern-
or's race," the former University
of Texas president declared. He kicked me out of the presidency of County Agent WaitlS
m - ;« fltA Pifv TTniirafoifxr nf Tavqd Kahonoa T ' O . 1._
SURPRISE ®P°ke the stand in the City
- "This year Texans will
P; Rafiiey, candidate fV «eir governor on th? basis oflea-
"noiitical ^dership, hppeflty, training and ex-
branaea as f~rlencp.^ the^politicittn-edMc^torfsame bunch which has ganged "up
predicted. * rte reVteWfed- hta rett- H Homerljie govern-
the University of Texas because J
refused to knuckle under and be-,
select - -cdme ^heir^tixii in' a scheme to get
control of the state's .educational
system," he contended. "Unit's the
gfious and moral education record,
i'ecaiirfig that-he hat*
djjfht of two large denominational
schools. / v
"The corporations and theii; po-
litical agents, the Texas Regulars,
That Hoi^es Should
Be Vaccinated Now:
'The season is at hand for "sleep
in sickness'' in horses, or aa^the
scientists call It, encephalomyelitis
Warns OwnEy Agettt "W; R. Kim
C.eri. Ike's Report
r, Breaks All Records
^ For Document Sal^sf,
General Eisenhower^ report as
Supreme Commander to the Allied
Chiefs of §t«aff has broken all
the-
REVIEW CLASSIFIEDS BRING
Peak mtftitljs for the di-
Septerrr^
brough
sease- ar^July.Augrrst;
Will Appreciate Yoiir Vote
• For
TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR
Crosby County ;J
Courteous-—i^tticient—Experiericgd
and ffgftU
they know-that Rainey will lead
a people's battle and break their
stranglehold" on the political, econ-
omic and educational life of this
state.rt . .
A former professional baseball
Play", Rainey pledged aid tp th^j^^^-^^]^efo-e t^^vac;
farmer and ranchman. He urged
rural • electrification and otljer pro-
ber and October.
Early vaccination, preferably at
the beginning of the hot weather;-
is recommended by scientists, said
the agent.. Too_ often, farmers and.
stockmen wait lintil the disease
Jects* to improve rural, life, promo-
tion of farm co-operatives, farm5
and home ownership and expan-
sion of flood control and soil con-
servation measures. ; r
Rainey's rural health plan in-
cludes travelling dental and, medi-
cal clinics. He backed "*"a vastly
improved rural schdol. program"
t6 give "farm and ranch youth e-
qual opportunities with that of the
iitlCS." 7- ~" '
~-Rainey called for—the lifting - of
the ceiling" oh the states-^welfare"
progralilr.'"'
..."The crowd in control in Austin
brags about the big surplus in the,
state treasury,"- he pointed out.-
' They fdrgpt. that old age assist-
ance payments are growing smalr
ler and smaller. They forget thTit
cinate, and then-it's too late. Lfyst
year about_ 100,000 horses were
vaccinated, during the lightest at-
tack in 11 years. "7" * .
Dr.. E. A. Grist7 yeterinariaij for
the--Texas A. and M, College ex-
tension service, says there are two
types oi the disease found iji Tex-
as, so it's, irnpoftant' for yet'erinar- ...
ions to. make a laboratory identi- bt
ficatipn of thg virus. Then they
can lie sure to treat the right form.
4v Texas has both the eastern type
of-thediSease,
Government Printing Office ;an-
TtRtmged'-today.- * '■ -
Over SO,000 copies of "the 123-
page report covering the opera-
tions in Europe were sold the .f'rst
10 days. Orders 'are continuing to
pour irf. For a time 13 additional
clerks were needed to' open mail.
Printing offiee officials consider
the ^Eisenhower report Abe of the
finest specimens of government
printing. T^ie cover is heavy. anti-
que. paper and. ■ f«^turwi-thr su-
preme headquarters ^shield which
is printed d,p five colors. The text
is printed . on heavy enameled
stoclc. with maps.: in. 2 colors.. '
As long as the supply^is avail-:
obtained for
$1 from thtr Superintendent of
Documents, Government Print-
ing office, Washington . 25, -D. C.
our old folks .receive only
$4 or $5 a .week. ..Jfcjomer Kainey
(•will not-forget the., state's -pUyigfi.
to pay a maximum'of $40 a month
to-our needy-aged—^-^r^—-
i Rainey "proposed an increase irr
taxes on" gasoline and other natur-
YOUR-
per cent of the c&ses, - and
western type which is fatal in on-
ly ^20 to-30 per cent of cases.
. The main thing Js to vaccinate
horses now for sleeping -sickness?
It'll be good insurance, says Mr
Kmibrough.__:.;■.
.We feel as-out of place at a tea
-party aS"-Wbul$jfc'Woodpeckei: jn a
petrified forest. ..
- reauui.L^—l! (I lYrg'
ALLAN SHIVERS IS
ONLY VET IN RACE
Will Be Appreciated
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" It has'and -will be impossible for. me to see
each of the voters in .personthe priinarv
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"election July 27th., due to the fact
Office requitime and attention.-1 aan tak-
ing this method, of further soliciting' your vote
and influence foFtfiev office of 6 0 U X T ¥~
J U D G E.J raniasking for this office on my
own merits and qualifications, believing with-
in y experience and knowledge of the County's
affair, I can fender you a sound busmess admin-^
istration. if you approve -of the manner"Hn
which I have conducted th.fc' office of.the Coun-
ty Clerk, and if yoii think that.I am capable of
managing' the County affairland if you believe
1 am worthy of the promotion of honor,
appreciiU^vour vote. Thank You. k
Welve never beetv able. to. under
.•-taird how j -it Mapperieil "that'ji
DecJajration yf Independence.
T.tate to finance his proposals.
•ntr Ka.sbllhe'leaving tvxuis \vilj pro
v\deT $8*5,1586",uO(J a year £o "f inance
his.-welfare, education, health and
other plans." - ;. *
"The", fundamehtal issue in the
^overnqr's race is the, control of
the state government;" lit declar-
ed- "Will -we. continue ,to allow the
special interests; the rich monopo-
lies to drain our ,st«4^-of its nat-
'{"iiira,! w.eattih^--Oy-wilL. •" r ae-,Up. as
Texans did a generaTyxn' a^jo ,be-
Hin'd Jim Hog " and brrak- .. .the
.stranglehold 'orr(y:tir " " '
■ Rainey drjove-here LUb-
-butk. lie..was io speajt at Kails
mid. Jdalou after . his appearance
here:. - ... -
""Senator Allan Shivers, of Port
,Arthur, eand date for lieiitertant v
governor, is the only war veter-
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an seeking that officer-Exempt
tr<)m military service, he join*-!!
the arm.V as a volunteer And
served two years . in Africa,
France, Italy and Germany. A
member of the Texas Senate 12
years, he is asking to be pro-
'I ' muled to lieutVnant governor on
the basis of Ms. service to his'
eountrv and his state.
HE HAS NEVER HELD
OFFICE
POLITIC
haul more
'HAN
( andidat
Lieutenant
Governor
Z2nfUTUmr.IAL.DlST.RlCT
(Crosby, Lubbock, Hockley and
Cochran Counties)
This newspaper is authoTtzed^to
announce the. following names- of
candidates' for -district, county,
precinct offices, subject to the ac-~
tion of the Texas Democratic pri-
mary next July_27th:
For Congressman, 119th District:
george mahon
hophalsey '
For State Representative,
119th District:
preston' e. smith
(Re-Election)
For District Attorney,
72nd judicial District: IV."—
LLOYD CROSLIN, Lubbock
tcjm gordon
For District Clerk: .. -
WILL F. EZKLL
4 .- - (Re-election)
Native Texan. 12 years ih State
Legislature.^ Have vigorously
tought for liberal old-age sissis-
tance, h«'tter farm-to-market
roads, bettn-r fural schools.
Sponsored' bill giving" soldiers
right to vote without"' paving .
poll taxes. When" you promote
him, he will keep up the -fight!.'.
-WAlte RESIDENCE IN CROSBY COO
Yv " .
HE - HAS HAD TWENTY-FIVE
SUCC ESSFt JI / EX RERH'?NCE AS A PB
FESS1QNAL AD.MlNISTi:.-VrOR
. BUSINESS EXECUTIVE
H E-ASKS FOR PROMOTION FROM
ATE LIFE TO- AN ADMINISTRATIS
POSITION OF*'HONOR IN HIS HOI
/COUNTY- ' '
A vote for RANKIN is a vote for the I
ocrat.ic principle of rotation in^office.
I:
St
y^.
-MTr-aiwi-^ Mrs. WrB. Croslift-
who have resided, on the. same Lubbock County farm ior 19
years. .■;■.i.
--36 ye^rs old, married and has two sons. a : .1.
—Graduate Texas Tech and of Georgetown Law School, having
worked his way through Texas Tech by farming and attended
Georgetown Law School at night while working in. Washing-
ton. V - ;• ■ •; .
—A teacher in the high schools at Post and Colorado City for 4
years. -
—Active law practice in Lubbock since 1940.
.-^-Served as Assistant CoUnty Attorney and as County Attorney
^ of Uibbock Couaty. r . ■" • ■..... ^
vo years in the Navy, hftving been placed on inactive duty in
rry this year. • • 7 --^v' ^ . tZZ
YOUNG HARD-WOmONG FAIR-MINDED FRIENDLY
Your Vote and Influence Will Be Appreciated
Subject to Action of Democratic Primary July 27th
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(Paid Political Advertisement)
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For County Judge:
~EMZY PIERATT
J. M. RANKIN
For Sheriff/'" -
ROY HILUN
. (Re-election)
J. J. PIERCE
ELMER H. JONES
L. E..HAYNES ■ •
For County Clerk:
LEWIS H. BENTON
LOTTIE M. ELLISON
For County Tax Assessor-Collector
^ .J3ARLE FLORENCE
.. . - ..—
ROY KARR
For CoHnty Superintendent:
' D. A. EDWARDS
(Re-election)
For County Attorney:
L. A. (Mike) WICKS, JR.
For County Trefwiurer:
, R. S. GIPSON '
E. H. FLOURNOY, Jr.
For County Surveyor:
GEORGE E. MAYES
(Re-election)
For (Jomm 1mloner,
Precinct No..2:
JOHN G. HARVEY „
(Re-election)
CEC3L BERRY
For County CoiMulwrioner
Precinct No. 8:"
„ L. M. TOMME
for County Oomnliri«wr
Precinct Ko. 4|.
(Re-election)
for Jogttoe of the Peace,
Precinct No. 2:
j. c. iCALvw) mtrm
Needs an active, energetic,
vigorous prosecutor.
ELECT
. nfii m*'J*
=mbmer assistant attorney general
VETERAN OF WOULD WAR n.
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Curry, W. H. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1946, newspaper, July 19, 1946; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth256198/m1/2/ocr/: accessed June 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.

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