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April 5, 1975

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 2

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HEATHCLIFF HE-JOUBNAl— S.)u,j.y Morning, April 5, l«75 Regional Elections Expected To Bring Large Turnouts By GORDON ZEIGLER Avalanche-Journal Staff Today's march to the polls may well boil with controversy and several races could bring record turnouts in the area. Voting booth crusades could decide whether women and youth gain footholds on more South Plains city councils and school boards. Seats on SO school boards and 49 councils are being vacated. The potentially explosive issue of busing to achieve racial desegregation has split the Plainview school electorate into two factions. Ordered by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare to correct an over-balance of minority youths in east city elementary schools. Plain view trustees drew a. plan that included busing. Four candidates, backed by anti-busing parents, favor a clash with government, even a court fight, to save the neighborhood school concept. Five other candidates support the school board in a race that will decide that city's future posture on the touchy issue. Some observers say as many as 7,000 coufd vote in Plain - dates vying for three council seats include D.C. Foy, a retired farmer; Joe Hutcheson, farmer; H.L. McPherson, owner of Farmers Service Company; Jose Rosaies, owner of R & C Welding; and David Sears, Wolfforth postmaster. Candidates in school races: COOPER—Running unopposed for two trustee seats are Johnny Fredenburg. incumbent, sheet metal worker; and Pete Choban, wholesale drug salesman. IDALOU—Unopposed candidates are Gene Reid, farmer, Place 1; and Charlie M. Moore, druggist, Place 2. NEW DEAL-Seeking two trustee positions are three candidates including Laverne Jones, incumbent, farmer; Car- ; roll Teeter, farmer: and Verlinj Anglin, businessman. Seeking an unexpired two-year term are Sam Storrs. farmer; and Jerry Deavours. farmer. view. The women appear to be strong contenders in 1375 as they seek council seats in 10 races. Youth interest is typified by IS-year-Qld Monte Mecham, a ••™ ** ~-"• —««* *'*.u4ii^, -mwv-ijuin, n. v^uuij, llUUftcv student seeking a council postiLusk. farmer in 'Crosbvtnn. <;r ATTIV r eluding. Benny Sides, incumbent, farmer; .fames Daniel, incumbent. Lubbock fireman: L.J. Williams, employe at South Plains Electric Cooperative; and Leon Whetzel, employe at Texas Instruments. SHALLOWATER-Five candidates seeking two trustee seats are LaVon McAutey. Lubbock fireman: Billy Hayslip, farmer- Ronnie D. Elliott, owner of Elliott Machine Shop; Airs. P"at Cobb, housewife; and Newman in 'Crosbyton. This is the year of the "long" ballot at a few points such as Littlefield where 10 persons jumped on the boat seeking three seats. Denver City fielded an un heard of 10 candidates for the council and four hopefuls for mayor. In Lyiibock County races, five municipalities and seven school districts will hold elections today. Candidates in city races: HWLOU—Vying for two council seats are Frances Mahan, housewife; F.D. Schmidt, contractor; and Allen "Tiny" Gray, employe at J &- R Electronics. Thurman Neil], a 37- year-old farmer, is unopposed for mayor. NEW DEAL—The only opposition race is for Place 5 with Clarence Phillip, farmer, facing Shalton Viney. a 23-year-old medical student at Texas Tech University School of Medicine. Facing no opposition for three ™ Tester., „,,„„ .„ „ Sl ,, up ,„ llte ,, uum Place 1; John McNewJ Pacific about 2,600 miles south-i |in manager. Place 3; andjwest of Hawaii. | John Tovar, welder, Place 4. SHALLOWATER—Three seats contested but mayorai candidate Jack DuLjney, farmer, is unopposed. Battling for council Place 2 are Bob Grice farmer. n >r iir t ..T-, U..TT i- ,-'i ""•""-' " c " ""•" a "a" 1 !' s^JHRe and W.A. Dub Hardm. busi- „,- O i 0 th. Let the furniture dry nessman. Vying for Place 3 are before using liquid furniture' SLATON—Up for grabs are two trustee seats with five candidates including Mrs. Bettye] Burks, incumbent, secretary; : R.C. Hall Jr., incumbent, farm-, er; Bob Brake, insurance: agent; Mrs. Rita Meeks, clerk;; and Paul Mosser, postal em- ploye. Seeking election for an une.vpired one-year term are C.B. "Skip" Tumlinson. incumbent, fireman; and Bill Baker, Santa Fe employe. WOLFFORTH (FRENSHIP) —Six candidates seeking two trustee seats are Don Bell, incumbent, farmer; Ralph E. Black, plant maugger at Clark Equipment Company; Dick Davis, assistant manager at, Reese Air Force Base golf! course; Oly Ray Hilt, farmer; | Jim Hoodenpyle, farm store 1 owner; and Rufus A. Whilener. gin superintendent. INDEPENDENT NATION Western Samoa became an independent nation, Jan. 1, 1952. It comprises four inhabited islands of a group in the South] Get your rattan furniture ready for warm weather use by! washing with a sudsy sponge or; cloth. Avoid over-wetting and! rinse well with a damp sponge E.V. Lf.sly. farmer; Doyle Mosbey. contractor; and Gene Usrey, pump company manager. The candidates for Place 4 are Joe Cox. employe at the Cana- wax for extra protection. l.l'BBOCK AVAt.ANrHKJOl HNAL MORNING Horninf Cdilinn nl The Lubbock ^vilmrhf. Journal Phniritjl Slti and .Uenur J. t.ubbnrl. dian Water Project; W.R. John- „„, ,„„. ,,,,. nnv „,.,,, son. employe of the State Wei-; toadcim^.M^paw•u.uh fare Department; and Mrs. HOMKDKUVKRV Howard Preston, a housewife. SLATON—The Ward 1 seat is contested with incumbent Byron Crandell, a retired Santa Fe em- ploye, facing H. R. Donaldson, owner of Slaton Feed and Seed. Running unopposed for re-«l*ction are Mayor John Landreth, a retired Santa Fe em- ploye, and Ward 3 commissioner J.P. Spears, a retired Santa ft employe. H. P.O. Bnv 411. Phnnf Bv Thr Monlh ITnrninc, Kveninj. Sunday . . 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