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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 18 November 1946

"I mt 11 I.I « % « I. i—avtci-vL. mo nets la.DER MARVIN SMITH, Primitive liaptist preacher, preach** tonlglit and t omorrow nife, Pronliytorlan church at 7:30. • 3l)S-1 tp iUNDMA.Nfs <*51$? now opm for lmslnes*. General auto repair AH work luirintmHl. RmKfVrit and Cedar St.. Phono 1603. .H>.V«tp WANTKD TO iil'Y -fclecuic lratn~and track Phone 213. 303-3to MOVING Household eimkIj. and furni- ture anj' place. For information call lie Bruce A- Son Transfer and Storage U03-2«ic SEWING WANTED—alUiisiwtioni. hut- tun holes and covered buttons. Place your order', for Christmas sewing early Alice Fritlt, I00U S. McOee aot-Atp PHOTOSTATIC COPlfc*. Black and white, and Blueprint work of all types. I day service. Phone S — Office Supply House. __ Ul-dh WE REPAIR all makes typewriters and adding machines. Phone 5 for prompt end guaranteed service. The Office Supply. SPECIAL NOTICE If you live in or near Border you can let the Amarillo Time* delivered to your door by carrier. Phone 82 Ama-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 18 November 1946

I I Your Neighbor Does, Rev. Amos Meador Why Don't You? See Elected President Frank Davis Today Of Local Ministers D. W. Page and Company, Electrical Maslers Nationally known and advertis- ed Gull Oil Corporation products arc the brand? of merchandise j handled by the firm of F. A. Davis. Frank Davis Service Station. This station, conveniently located at 710 South Main is one of the out- standing firms of its kind in this area. In addition to handling the Good Gulf line of auto and truck service products, auto accessories, and tire necessities are featured. Mr. Davis. established the firm in October 1941, and during thest five years of serving the needs of truck and car owners in Border, has built a rcputatidh founded on dependable and efficient service. F.very consideration is given to each customers individual desire and meeting the needs of truck owners for services is the basic function of this station. During the war years, when nuto accessories and service neces- sities were p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 19 November 1946

WEATHER West Ttxasi Fail miJ si.ghtly warmer thia afternoon. tonight and Wednesday. |terali Borger Hews-Hertld Circulation Depl. Phone 82 Other Depts.: 6 and 7 THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Vol. 20—No. 306 NEA Service Associated Press Borger, Texas, Tuesday, November 19, 1946 (Six Pages Today) Price 5c Flight Ace Opposes New Airport Site Lewis Silent On Obeying Court Order Pilots To Study Airport Plans in Meeting Tonight t m ng | \nr| A)'*. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR November 19. 1946 Borger News-Herald Dear Editor: I do not have the great honor of being a member of the Avi- ation Committee, but 1 am one of the two local Flight Instructors, and have given over five hundred hours of flying lessons on the pres- ent airport and in the vicinity of Borger in the last two years. Have Hutchinson County Pilots asst. over two thousand hours logged to oiation will meet tonight at 7:4 > date, most of them as Flight In- p. m. in the Blue room of the structor. May I. therefore, express Mode...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 19 November 1946

I THE BORGER NEWS HERALD Publiiht-d a! 205 North Main Stjwt, Border, T*x « T ry #r nlrvg except S«1urdav «nd on Sunday morning by Panli ni!l Publish.:, Company. lac., Publishers. J. C. Phillips . . Editor and Manager On* Yew a - $11.00 Sljf Months *.7$ Three Months 3.0C Month fc. „ .... 1.10 Weekly ZZJL- 41 Entered rs second-class matter November 23. 1026. at the Pott Office at Borger. Texas under the Act of March I. I8 ' The Associated Press ta exclusively entitled to the us* ot republi- cation of all n«n dispatches credited to it o* not otherwise Page 2—Borger, <Texas) Newt-Herald—Tuesday. Nov. Is. 1946 THE NATION TODAY By JAMES MAPLOW ATLANTIC CITY. W. J.. Nov. 19 —J/P)—The CIO has kept its unity hy acting on its communist prob- Icii. But it hasn't solved the prob- lem at all. ' for months,CIO unions some of tittayKvt beenlmtfina with fights oyer t<f|prts Hiv i mamunlit union members to wki COirtml or set key pastC These cpntMuuist efforts— some real, porrte rooked up by en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 19 November 1946

^Woman'k (Page > g# 3 Borger, (Texas) MtWt-Herald—Tllllliy. Nov. 19. IMC wo Guests Ailend Mrs. Cross k Hostess riday Meeting Of To Missionary Group Betrothal Of Larry Jo Hansen To William Wayne Worley Told II Kare Klub P Mrs. George Wright of Phillips, d Mrs. Bessie Corniell of Val- riso, Indiana were guests at the I ?eting of the Kill Kare Klub l iday afternoon at the home of ,-s. G. S. Gaiser. The afternoon was spent sewing, titling and crocheting, and tea- refreshments were served. ?hc next meeting of the club ill be at 1:30 p. m. Friday at the >me of Mrs. Cecil Ritter, 418 jrth Hedgecokc. Members present were Mrs. N. Barron, Mrs. J. A. Collom, rs. Cecil Ritter,Mrs. Jess Brown, rs. J. S. Sullivan. In Greenland, a temperature umge of 32 degrees (from 12 dc- to 44 degrees was recorded <pio minute. c LOOK OUT FON UN-WORM U'Cr t med'eat to,">H i r*viil that an n imK<?r ct chilt>"n fund .rrovn- too* may b« i f Pin-Worm*— uhat i> vrrrntf! \n<l tV f r f'OHtd, li ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 19 November 1946

■ -MM*, $« I H L I . I I I'i Pd8« 4—Borgex. (Texw) N*wi.-H#r«dd—Tuekdny, Nor. 19, 1946 Lynch Blasis Panhandle Gamblers For Criticism of His Use of Subs High Scorer C. D. Ownby Promoied To Business Mar Of Texas A ft ML AMARILLO, Tex., Nov. 18—Wl —Howard Lynch, Amarillo high school football couch, served flat warning to Panhandle gamblers that they were not going to dle- , tate the policies of the team as lon« as he was coach. Lynch said football ((amblers criticized him for free use of sub- COLLEGR STATION, Tex., ■ n Knturdnv'a 27.11 SJ'sJLT:l'^ttx: S?buiK- ,LmmS' , ... Speaking before the Moniay r — o, Quarterback club yesterday. Lynch *, rrwn^ haid' "When the gamblers start JjjfM S^SST Ownby Liad Si? mT? of the alb- be,icve mv of leiic council. ^ reserves an opportunity t • Tim Jones Worry to Bulldogs Ii's That Same Old Story- Army Still Number One Grid Team EARL JACKSON A>.>nU knn kr<«« i _ *' I h IIM 1 bM I \I..S 4 I I IMllll,* ' 1 during the' football 'season while P.,s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 19 November 1946

I—SPECIAL NOTICES 9.A—WANTED TO RENT IUNDMANS Caraje nov. o|«n for v.ANTFQ TO UK N'T Modern h«W«w 01 Pag® S—Borger. (Tex« ) N w«-Herald Tu«tday. Nov. 19, 1146 CtMral 'auto rep.., =tKHS: 18- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 20 MISCELLANEOUS Wuik i(uarjt.ti'itl Il<>okevtlt and Odar old dausLUr. With piwrianrnt posi- 1 TOURIST COURT FOH SALE: bokS «OW<cK. All M111H St.. Phone 1803 30S fitp Hon. fiuntsh.d or unfurnished Call in AMARILLO and Orders accepted. 4IW> I'lill- — J33 nlgh|. :«'5-3tp [ Hew 32 unit Tourist Court msido City view. I'n.nw l ;i J _ _ (.11 Hijjliiv.iy M. Sincle. double and fOR SAI.K Tvoi f U-in* T.. n . B.1II1. PAINTING and papertuinamg Jury- 105 days; Z33 mint a jw-.it> Where in county or n*ar Horger. All VETERAN and wife. n%vly Wed. de work guaranteed Call for fret c«tt- ir«* fui nmiud •Jjartnwfct Most ur man:. KM N. Weatherly. Priori# MMIV R«>t_ Pint— M. 3ftS-3trth , 305-26tl> WANTED* To Rent bv couple alirtut PIANO TUNING and repairing. Grad- to m muiri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 19 November 1946

(T*wm) Nf««-Hw(M-TuM4ir. Nov. II. IMt livestock Prices, After Five Weeks Free Trade, Only Slightly Under Peak Texans In Washington CHICAGO. Nov. rs which farmery 19—</ *)—Pric-' received for Information Given livestock today, at the start of the rn_ On-n--- U/:iL sixth week of decontrolled mar- i Or DOrgdllS Willi Malts established immediately af- Problems About OPA ter ceilings were removed. ( Other results of free trading include more meut, a com- hog price relationship favorable for expanding the hou population, record numbers ol" cattle moving into mid-western feed lots and in- creased cold storage meat hold- ings. Five wMki ago today maxi- mums went oil livestock and meat, and excluding Sundays, the natior. hat had 30 days of free trading with these results. 1. A high of $37.00 paid for live cattle yesterday at Chicago equal- ed the best price on record for steers, top pn live hogs was $24.75 against a peak of $27.50 shortly after decontrol. These prices were well above form...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 20 November 1946

h- 8- iip; wf, A1 ,bl< arij 1.1 di ar fie* ll 3 ' i 131 -nJ tin. " C«- ^ i s*l M S< - " II,I I I I 01 ■hi •I h !->■ •i cil {M i ■ i n j iii <! WEATHER WEST TEXAS: Fair ii.it afternoon, tonight and Thursday: slightly warmer tonight. fferalir Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Other Depts.: 6 and 7 THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Vol. 20—No. 307 NEA Service Associated Press Borger, Texas, Wednesday, November 20, 1946 (Eight* Pages Today) * Price Ss- HCPA Approves Proposed Airport Site, Following Lengthy Debate Tuesday By an apparently unanimous vote the Hutchinson Coun- ty Pilots association approved the proposed site immediately north of the City limits for the county's new airport in a din ne* meeting held last night in the Blue room of the Modern Grill. , The vote followed a lengthy discussion led by Joe Cooley. manager of the Borner chamber of commerce. Cooley explained to the aroup how the airport committee of the chamber hpd worked diligently over a p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 20 November 1946

THE BORGER NEWS-HERALD Publiihed at 205 North Mat* HlM>. Boryer, Texas avary avanlng except Saturday, and on Sunday moraine by Panhandle Publishing Company. Inc.. Publishers. J. C. Phillips _ Editor and Managai Ona Yaar SU.00 Six Months , i.fl Three Months 3.00 Mtatk __ MO Weekly .25 Entered as secnnd-class matter November 23. 1926. at the Post Otfice at Borger. Texas under the Act of March I. US'' The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use ol republi- cation of all news dispatches credited to 11 or not otherwise. Page 2—Borger. (Texas) News-Herald -Wednesday, Nov. 20. 1946 Texas War Veterans Take Over on Political Front San Angelo M?n Is President of Aulo Finance Companies FORT WORTH, Nov. 20—iA*t~ Arthur H. Martin of San Angelo has been named president of the Texas Association of Automobile Finance companies. Other officers named yesterday ut the concluding session of a two- day convention included A. J. Douglas of Corpus Christ!, vice president, and E. S. Zook of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 20 November 1946

Under New Management... RUTH'S BEAUTY SHOP 212 NORTH MAIN Closed Temporarily for Remodeling Wafxh for Announcement of Opening Mrs. Winnie Ellis — Former Borgon Motion tor Now Triol For Thomas Overruled SWEETWATER, Tex., Nov. 20 ' «-</P■— A motion for n new triil | for Jim Tiwrnru". pnnvlcfcKt Oct. j 19, for the third lime an n char^o, cf murder In connection with the! death of Dr. Roy Hunt of little- field, ha* been overruled by DN- triot Judt'e Albert S. Mauzey. |j Thomas w; s sentenced yester- day to life imprisonment. l':- attorneys filed notice of appeal. On the two previous convictions Thomas received a death penally sentence. ^Womank (Page Page 3- Borger, (Texas) News-Herald—Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1946 ! Mrs. Malone Is New Member of Rebekahs Thanksgiving In The Home" Theme Of Garden Club's Guest Day Tea AGAIN! — Alix' Offers Betler Slyle at a BIG SAVING ! Famous, Nationally Advertised SLACK SUITS Who says Slack Suits are not pretty a; well as prac- tical? Who says Slack Suits ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 20 November 1946

Poge Four THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Wednesday, November 20, 1946 TEXAS TODAY F> By JACK RUTLEDGE Associated Pre** Staff T-Spt William Tavltska of Kel- ly field has a stomach-lull at hu- man nature. He chocks mess passes. He decaml mind the Job. But the characters who forget their paa*- \ Sgt. Tavliska classifies them ss> bold, nervous, and miscellaneous. He says they run a gamut of emo- tions that, would turn Betty Davisj green with envy. At first he find:., them amusing, then routine, and I before the day is over, he says they're pretty disKustioK. This is how the camp paper tells | it: ' " ' "First, Doc, 1st us take the bold group." he says, running a weary hand over his eyes. "This character is a bluffer. As soon as he see* the pass-checker he quickens his pace and draws his ' wallet from his pocket ]ust as i he passes, flipping it open and ; shut befoar the checker's eyes have time to focus. Then he tries lo disappear into the mess hall. H# gets by with if pretty ofte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 20 November 1946

Wednesday, November 20, 1946 THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Pag* Fivt I ari iibli store featuring only Nationally Advertised Merchandise If the people of Borger the same opportunity to buy their uember when you trade at Cretney's you get only Na- RGER. nl * EL 1.25 SIZE LIMIT 1 79 C T SHAMPOO 75c SIZE LIMIT ONE 39 TOOTH PASTE ,IMIT 1 iOC SIZE 29 1FES Carton Popular Brands Limit 1 1 59 ALT 5 Pound Package Limit 1 19 ARGE 13-INCH DLLS to make hot nappign on RPa| asho«...tUe .. wh#n in ng po guh 00 , >9 BllNG ]S Tieal .hils Toy ) Child's Plastic TEA SET 1.49 Value 98c Children s Ploy TELEPHONE it Dials 89c BALLS Assorted Children's Plastic Balls - Bobbin To/s Priced 25c io *1.50 Parke Lighter As Illustrated Bright Chrome Finish ONLY 89c ANN IVERSARY SALE ON CASSEROLE DISHES m A real buy has been made in FIRE-KING heal proof Carserole Dishes. These dishes are priced lots higher * all over lown. Cretney's arc passing this real sav- ing on to you at prices below the original cost. - • ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 20 November 1946

Bulldogs Must Master Bobcats* Passing Machine by Friday Page b—BoT9«r, (Ttxul News-Herald—Wednesday, No*. 20. 194« Drawing Cards A chip on the shoulders of the Childress Bobcat* may make quite sin interesting site at Bulldog stadium Friday afternoon when they invade the local andiron to tangle with Coach Tricksy Ward's liulldogs in a non-conference game. That chip bears last year's score between the two teuras: Borger XI, Childress J3. It means a grudge light Sor the Bobcats who will def- initely be out for revenge. Bo Graham, coach for the Chil- dress eleven for the past three years, is reedy to recognize that from his gridders' conversation, they had rather beat Burner than to win the district 2-AA crown. Burger has won seven games and lost one for the season and are rated in most circles among the top 20 teams of the state. A vic- tory over the Bulldogs would cer- tainly gain revenge for the visi- tor*. , And Coach Trickey Ward knows that the Bulldogs will have no cinch when the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 20 November 1946

1 in inst iced In- r, n incs 11 r;: 1 Boh :\)i- mor — nii4r litii if: ve bull I hi> the ker, 7arl ers, Vi\- Bili ;uc- 1 urif ijjh idle )?c. re |e. la. 6; "• if lit, no; rt'it. h . l..v ).r,: li.ii fin, a-, d* 15. eh I—■kciIl notices __ lUNHMAN'S Gnragr now opt-n for business General auto npau AH work guaranteed. Hocsevrlt and Cedar at , Phone HOJ 305-«tp PAINTING anil papcrliangmR any- where In ctiunt.v or near Borger. All work guaranteed Tall for free esti- rnnte. IK2 N. Wcatherly. Plume Slfl-W 303-2fltp PIANO TUNING and repairing. Grad- uate tuner. References. Phone fl)06-.t. Tr^vlit Burgett. 306-6tp "NOTICE" rireatone - Permanent - Anti-freeie , 7:50x17 J-ulv tirei 5:S0xll and 5:50x17 tirei 7:00x16 i ol tlreg 6:50x16 and >50x15 tire* All lixei trucic tirei and tube* One 3-wheel Trailer Jimmie Wilbanks on Stinnett Highway 307-ltp MOVING ltt>useliolil k<><"U and furni- ture any pli 192. Bruce Ac Xi lace. For information rail Son Tranter and Storage. 308 -2fiU- PHO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 20 November 1946

t—Bor(*i, (Texas) Ntwi-Htuld—Wednesday, Nov. 20. 1141 Stafc Election Board To Canvass EUction AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 20—i.r — The state election board moots I'tiuy to canvass returns of the ):«wrnl election, but it may not i :ave much to canvass. FLASHES OF LIFE Back At Him BOYLE S c^otcumt By HAL BOYLC NSW VOftK, Nov subway wolf—that 20—'T >—n « beast In hu- man fleMi who pinch** prettv flirU in crowded cars—is prowl- inn nnd howling agnin. He * «ot the lx>arrl of transportation *o Borgans To Take Pari in Friich Auction Friday o 175 of Texas' 254 countie*1 Earl Sparks of AmarUlo, who „ . .... talked himself into locul faim. INDEPENDENCE. Mo.t Nov. 20'worried it is corolderins putting W1th his "humorous kcrmon*'1, is -. i#h-A motorist was arrested on * "For \> oitmhi Only car mi each \ stated to uppenr on the program a* tui reported official results of a charge of driving backward down txprw* train during rush hours. ,m auction sale to be held Friday so vote to Secretary of Sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

WEATHER WEST TEXAS: Partly cloudy this after- noon and Friday. Colder tonight and Fri- day except in Del Rio-Eagle Pas; area to- night, lowest temperature* 22 to 26 in Pan- handle; 11 to 32 in South Plaint. Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Other Depis.: 6 and 7 THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Vol. 20—No. 308 NEA Service Associated Press Borger, Texas, Thursday, November 21, 1946 (Sixteen Pages Today) Price 5e fch H Ihcn 1 to I |m«- # ■rt. wlp i all I Government Prepares Case Against Lewis o Byrnes Reported Ready To Press Discussion of Germany by Four Powers NEW YORK. Nov. 21—(AP)— Secretary of State Byrnes was reported ready today to press for discussion on Germany by the foreign ministers council the next time the Big Four strike a time-consuming snag in their work on Italian and other satellite peace treaties. Following a conference with Byrnes and British Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin yesterday on an economic merger of American and British German occupation zon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

Pag* 2—Bor«j*r iTtxai y. Nov. 21. 1946 \< I. V Hepburn Explains Her Yen for Slacks And Privale Living By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD Nov. 21—i* i- Katharine Hepburn ha* simp! xnlan&tioas lor wearing slack- •*' d loading a private life, and it'' possible they are coming to th. fir# now because nobody- Rai i:*ked her before. As to the slack situation, she Mackenzie Column By J. M. ROBERTS. JB. J AP Foreign Affairs Analynl The Big Four foreign minister* I stain bogged down in the work they began at Pari* and the tenia, i ! tive jete when they were to have j ml.en «|i the Oil man question j ha* corae and gone f Tin: m initio--. unable to recur, | file their vliw.t on Trieste, ore [ ivporled u-ndv to let Hal. l*vbi try to work it out bofwoak' Ihptn& But for Germany T wouldn't mind *kh-i if the.-1 th<>v Nlow the nam-• ere this" indicn'inv (..• i <*A r*e--nn effort, to arrive a. floor-length period gown for " \ I [!. . '„vc it,,''".f*ln0,1 >' icj.a. v ♦ uHiii niuu1 ♦ " • "h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

] ~ (V * 4 cWom.an./& (Page Page 3 -Borgor, (Texas) N vi Korald—Thursday. Nov. 21. 1946 Fifty-five Members of High School A Cappella Choir Receive Lelfeps Mrs. Bob Grimes Presents Music Club Topic Mrs. r>. L, Grimes preented th? program topic "Sonus of the People" at \lu> Boruer Music < tub's mof tin.! Tueadav at 1!ir> Federated dub room®. MuMenl program for the meet • inn included Indian music: '•In- dian Lament." Mrs, Rentfrow. violinist. accompanied by Mrs, iJdgal* Allen, pianist; Sonji of the open Range: "Windy Bill." Amer 'can Ballad; "Krankie and John- nie," Mrs. A. S. Megert. vocidi*' accompanied by Mr*. K. A. Y**''- broilsh; American country dances "Turkey in The Straw,'" Mrs. T. L. Wright, and l\lr*. Sam Watsoi., pianists; "Spoon River,' Miv Bernard Wienbrncr, pianist; N'eg;< Songs; 'Shortenin' Bread,". "Wa- ter Hoy," and "The Old Ark's t Moverin," by the entire group, di lected by Mrs. R, G. Cough, ay'- i ompanied by Mrs. charU's Mar- tini, pianist. Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

Page' Four ' THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Thursday, November 21. 1946 'Draft Rayburn' Drive Begun by House Democrats WASHINGTON. Nov. 21—<>P>- A "draft Rajbum" drive wo-; started today by house demo-, « rat* kcekini: to avert a lcad«-nhii>j light, that might wind up with ati anti-administration man a* of fi- lial house spokesman lor the pa.-1 ty. ' • , It drew out of reteration by '•'am Rayburn of Texas of his V f tcntion not to accept the post j(! democratic floor leader to which he normally would revert wh« i i publicans take over control of I the hnuse Jan. 3 and he steps i down to* speaker, Raybum'i raamphasis of his intention to sictoateo th# floor leadership was mad* in raapoiuo to a request by Ren. John j Sparkman (D-Ala) that the Texan reconsider his earlier de- cision. Shold further efforts to di«- vuude Rayburn fail, responsible democrats said they may present his name to the democratic cau- cus in January regardless of his personal feelings. The caucus wi'l ...

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