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   Advocate (Newspaper) - February 14, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 280 TELEPHONE HI State Races Sidestepped By AFL-CIO Johnson, Yarborough Get Support of Labor Group ARLINGTON, Tex, (AP) Texas organized labor approved a political platform Tluirsclay supporting the election of President Lyndon Johnson, the re-election of Sen, Ralph Yarborough and as expected made no recommendations for state-level offices. The action was taken by 387 voting delegates of the Stale Committee on Poli- Atical Education. Earlier Gov. John Connally and liis challenger, Don Yar- f f, borougli of Houston, met headon 111 I V1I1M1C al the meeting. Ill IIS Floor Kiglit _VICTORIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1964 Established 1818 rus Expected WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Mnkarios of Cyprus indi- cated Thursday hc would accept R peacekeeping force composed In (he only floor fight to the positions recommended by (he executive board and administra- tive committee, the delegates deadlocked over whether to en- dorse Robert Baker of Houston, former state senator, for the ccngrcssman-at-large seat now hel.'. by Joe Pool of Dallas. officials re-Andrews, former' distrTa'uor The proposal would be accept- dSn able lo (he Unilcri Slates, should nl no all and national i candidates, including Gov. Thursday night. Commonwealth member Cyprus, a former British pos- session, has been a member of the Commonwealth since be- coming independent in 19GQ. They said that the Cyprlot president did not reject com- pletely the joint proposal sub- mitted to him hy Undersec- retary of Slate George W. Ball. instead, they I'.' 16 Cents Ruby Trial Site Change 'Not Likely' Decision Due This Afternoon VALENTINE SPECIAL- Skippy, a miniature chow owned and trained by Miss Ellen Come of 904 N. East St., prepares for that special Valentine with this unique costume de- signed by her owner. Besides knowing all about Valentine's Day, Skippy is smart enough to know B number of tricks, and has appeared on television several times. nally and Don Yarborough pa-, raded before delegates during the final day of Ihe three-day meeting. C'onnalJy Speaks Connally told organized labor; for re-election and said he could] not be a "blind captive" of anv[ group and keep faith with ten School, Builders Joint Goals Trade Issue Bypassed In Johnson-Home Talk Ball Washington forwarded to where President Democrat Yarborough proposed progra of Houston followed H---------- slashing attack on the Connally Victoria Thursdey and discusse 1 Johnson and British Prime Min- ister Sir Alec Douglas-Home took it undcr prompt consWera. shli-ers'aro in'an'oiivious 'poMt" Meal conspiracy. Morn Optimistic Connally said he accepted i sil- invitation to address IhcJC I 7 longed his troubleshooting AFI.CIO Committee on OCllOOl sion to Cyprus and arranged Education galtering another meeting with the arch-jwilh full undcrstandinl thai by bishon-nresident for Frirlnv _ By PAT U'lTTE Advocate Staff Writer School officials and reprcseu- ___________ ialives of the Texas Home! vast industry. T Builders Association met in: meeting, the first of Its i Here DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Chief defense counsel Mclvin Belli said Thursday he thinks "the chances are pretty good" that the judge will (ell lawyers to try to find a Dallas jury for Jack Ruby's murder ilral. Dist. Judge Joe B. Brown said he will rule at 2 p.m. Fri- day on (he defense's effort to win a transfer of Ruby's trial. "I'm sure we can't find a jury Belli said. To Start Monday The trial of the man who killed President John F. Kenne- dy's accused assassin is sched- uled to begin Monday unless Brown decides lo move it to an- other Texas city. Bolh Belli and Dist. Alty. Henry Wade said they were satisfied with tbe hearing, which extended through three days and into one night and held over into a fourth day. "The chances are pretty good he will start picking a jury next Belli told newsmen aft- er the hearing recessed. He noted, however, that "a lot of! legal routes are open to us if necessary." Expects Change Onl MS' U'ain-Sg Tllc silver-haired San Francis- that provideieo lawyer said if a jury is manpower for "we'll go through with it, eel a week from Friday will be a change o'f CAMPAIGN BOOSTERS Robert date for the Republican nomination for U.S. Sena- tor, is shown above at right as he met local Repub- licans in behalf of his campaign. Shown with the candidate are Mrs. Robert P. Dunn, hostess at a luncheon for Morris, and Victoria County GOP Chairman Dean Truman. Merger' Rapped by Morris By TOM E. FITE Advocate Staff Writer Step by step, the American public is being con- Bloom in o ton c? and to create a for Friday bishop-president morning. Washington appeared to be gradually optimistic Thursday nighl (hat this final meeting will produce a compromise formula (See CYPRUS, I'iige 7) grollml ed, he could not be endorsed. COPE is (he political arm of the Texas AFL-CIO, >ccial Tags adflpj_ Kules The governor did not explain Draws Eight The number of candidates ini uLittikimg jtlie election of three trusteesiSchool Supt. C, 0. Chandler of I in Texas, was designed toj venue.' Ruby, 52, is charged with the murder of Leo Harvey Oswald .-'hide ini24, the avowed Marxist accused' which information could be.0f the Nov. 22 assassination more readily exchanged. President Kennedy Representatives of both The balding strip club groups hailed Ihe meeting as inr a productive one, am' to begin working on _, areas at future meetings. ran s a crowe a ditioned for the eventual acceptance of the merger of must traded live this country with the Soviet GOP senatorial don't believe in boycotts J- candidata Robert Morris told some 75 persons at a luncheon Thursday at Continental Inn. in behalf of lom- Asia Policy Agreement Is Reached Bolh Pledge Friendship WASHINGTON (API- Presi- dent Johnson and Prime Minis- ter Douglas Home announced agreement Thursday or, Southeast Asia policy. Their windup communique bypassed U.S.-British differences over trading with the Reds but the British leader made plain to newsmen that England's trade will continue. At a news conference climax- ing his two-day visit, Douglas- Home stressed that Britain will send no arms, aid or general- purpose loans to Cuba or slra- logic goods to Reds anywhere. But he said England opposes boycotting any business deals because of s country's political creed. Mostly Harmonious In his meeting with reporters, Douglas-Home said his two days of White House sessions dealing with issues around the world were harmonious except tor the failure to agree on Cuban trade and the extending of long-term credit to finance sales to the Soviet bloc. The United States opposes this as a form of aid but London disagrees and Douglas-Home outlined his views to newsmen this way: Britain Is a crowded island :'We and therefore do not discriminate Morris, making his first Victoria slop in behalf bid for the Republican n of the Blqomington Independent School District has swelled lo to-work law. Ocmnally in his tw> campaign slated lie would work to retain the law. ft forbids membership in a union as a prerequisite to To Ue Claimed A number of persons ri.-......_. earlier reserved special (he Texas right- plalo numbers have not picked up their tags, and Tax Asses- sor-Collector H. Campbell Dod- son issued a plea Thursday that (tiesc reserved license plaies be claimed, "We have finite a number of (hem still in tile office, and I would like lo ask those who re- served special plates lo please pick (liom us as soon as possi Dodson said. Sale of license plates opened nl Ihc county tax office in the coiirlhousc annex on Feh. I, and al! aulomobilcs in Texas must bear the 1W4 tugs by midnight March 31. what the ground rules were that e'6bl, Mrs. Syble Coffey, who 1-------' receiving the filings at the barred him. However, al last year's vontion of Ihe State AFL-CIO, resolution was passed declaring that hereafter Hie organ iz a lion would not support any candidate viuj, i m; llllJJga ill lilt unit con. school dislrict office, said Thurs- socialion; Neil '0, a tlily- Uoria, a director on the Among (hose attending were -chool Supt. C, 0. Chandler of the Victoria Independent School District; Jesse Baker of San Antonio, Ihe state president of the Texas Home Builders As- Neil Whitlev of jail. The to the Claim Insanity defense conIends Ruby iCU "I Pupil Count Victoria Rising The count of children between the ages of 6 and 17 living in- borough, however, ination for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Sen. Ralph Yar- between one country and anoth- er according to its political creed. told his audience that this "We Less Likely have alwavs felt the more comfortable one (a Corn- auence trend can-Lmumst) Is the less likely hc is not he stopped by getting out of r c the United ami Currently the larget of U.S. quently happens" in L a t British talks with theSovi- side fte employment. 'There are those in your ranks who insist that you give personal support only "to those Deadline for filing tot election, scheduled April 4, is Feb. 28. Candidates will meet at the next Iwo meetings of the (board of trustees March 2 to draw for places on Ihe ballol. Entering the race are James E. Hilscher, 27, draftsman for DuPont; A. E. Linke, 47, swilch- er for Sunray Oil Co.; Quincyl i board of the home I Robert Moore, director of (he 'evening school at Victoria Icge; Robert Sclmolle, man-i'uf 'er- _ _eisnamea S3ne -at ,1C limbed to assassination 435 Thui.sdav bul schoo] fjff feel many children have not yet been counted. that left him bis actions. public voices who speak your views to the exclusion of oth- he said. Piper.> ager of the Victoria office of attorneys sought lo eslab- iiie hear- tragedy double Dallas and can reverse the trend exports" had conslitutional means. As an example of how The annual census tallies all children within the district re- gardless of whether they at- tended public, parochial or pri- vate schools to aid the district and other schools and agencies in planning for the future. "conditioning process" million in And he said els on selling chemical plants 'American countries eu> UI1 ciiemicai pia The solution to the problem, undcr credits of 10-15 years he said, is to elect officials who! On Cuba, Douglas-Home noted dwindled from S42 million in 1959, the the year Fidel Castro took over, to i {.MOI 11111 iui Ulli ItJLUIC. -wtton The preliminary total has been oosted b several hundrd a lo tions, Morris told "the Cuba story." The U.S. State Department and the FBI knew as early as 1948, Morris asserted, that "Fidel Castro was a practicing Britain fully understands U.S. concern over Castro's Commu- nist subversion in theAmericas. Cold War Efforts As for Ihe broad effort to ease cold war disputes, the British ...niioiiKiii iui y-r--. luie case here Ane preliminary total nas been ..m. Ibompson, 46, Baker, the head of Ihe (o show that Dallas by persons who II. .Scott. -H. machinist atJmembor home builders ralloH in <-T 0. __r_..... ui H. II. Scott, 4-1, machinist home builders Carbide; and Albert Cliff lion, said the industrj mack, 41, a truck driver. "terrific need for vario'us types Previously announced caudi-jof personnel in the industry." jll (lk-llulllg .v. ul.tM and the FBI listed possible rlisarma- lo lnis cffecl lo r- n Fr-nate Internal Security fee! they must vindicate said the industry has city by convicting Ruby. Publicity Charge Wade said Thursday he felt (defense attorneys sought the hearing "more to get publicity _ _ _____ dates arc the three incumbents, I He said, however, (hat Alvin A. Wynn, board has been good to I here never has been a who is an oil field contractor; 1 idea of the vocational (raininc more lo ,Set publicity shortage of opportunists in the J. A. Piwetn, vice-president program (hat would be soon- themselves and their client lhe merits barter for your aid Tc' I I ovae K.. Pipers of passion, the prophets of prejudice, those who infium of our society as a whole, Connally declared (here ilNoted Texas Barrister Army Speaker sit ion. Judge Brown, in ruling on the change-of-venue motion, can grant it, deny it, or reserve a decision pending quizzing of prospective jurors. by pel in. ''I know there are many other families the cen- (Sec COUNT, Page 7) 'Rut when ing out in Toclay's Chuckle The. average girl wants a rinr; on her finger bul not a thimble at the end of it. this effect to t agreements on exchanging sub- observers against surprise at- tack and Johnson's proposal for Castro was fight-'? as of- he Sierra lhc mo5' .._ ,r IpCCtS. Informants power, the Stale Department said he was simply an 'agrari- an Morris said. 'Then when he became a self- admitted Communist, the State Department lock the line (hat (See MERGED, Page 7) Madrigal Singers Give in.-Li.ij fu uierc n.KL i C. Pittman, of Aus'i'ii, cx- St. Valentine's Day much said and unsaid in'ecutive vice president of t h e sanes being observed today weeks about Automobile Dealers As- Mr. anil Mrs. Orover tlocmcr. deals. j socialion, will be guest speaker V'ou may be assured, and all at the annual advisory board The dislrict attorney said a f-j will be ready for trial Monday V 1C I1J1PP1 ll'fjlf morning, adding that he will J. 1.111 M, JLlCtIL (he Dc.ivcrs Trunk and (he ___ and Texans may be assured, (ha! I.iicy _ Burned celebrating a just as I made no deals with birthday Connie Hornnnder explaining thnt her new diet is not of lhc "keyhole" variety .1. Byron Wilson explaining to friends why this is a special week to him Airs. G. W. Unhrrty looking foruvird to some Rood fishing weather Miss Jo [front! taking time from a busy day to do a good deed Tile C. F. Taylors checking up on friends Bill Firming; of San Antonio in town on busi- ness Mrlvin Janeeka not denying he's another year old. er delicacy and tact Ilnllon attending A. ti. Schrociter han- dling a skunk in his barn wilh Mrs, n. F. lo some de- tails for tlie Cram Junior High School Cornel Capers slated for Feb. 21 nl the school Pal Reynolds due home from Hous- ton (oday Undn t.azarin in Memorial Hospilal with an appendectomy .Mrs. C. L. liielstcin not nt nil bash- full nboiit being glad the grand- children arc in Victoria where she can see them often you, neither have f done so with anyone else, and I will not do banquet of the Salvation Army at p.m. March 4 ai the Continental Inn Banquet Room, (Sen RACKS, Page 7) Wildcat Well Blows Oul Lowery Bros. No, 1 well about 10 miles southwest of Victoria, which had blown oul Tuesday morning, erupted again Thursday for several hours. Workmen had pulled the Mc- Drilling Co. trailer rig from the location Wednesday. It was reported a total loss. Two crewmen, Woorlrow and Carl Maiihiljotmi, who suffered first and second-degree hums in lhc first blowout, were re- porled doing well at De Tar Hospital Thursday evening. The well had been drilled to a depth of feet, bul bad A large crowd is expected to attend the dinner meeting, at which ncwly-clccled advisors will he installed. Argyle Mc- Lachlan will take over ns chair- man of (he- board for the com- ing year from Hay Langford, retiring chairman. Ideal Tickets for Ihe banquet may been due to go to about feet. The wildcat was being drilled by Palm Petroleum Co. m eroeum o Uucf Justice fionnril P. Green and Southern [Minerals Corn of in town and greeting Christ! be obtained from any of t h e directors, or al any of the four local banks. Piltmnn was awarded R spee- inl citation in 1962 by members of Hie Texas Automobile Deal- ers Association for outstanding service (o (he org.tniralion, and (o (he automobile industry. An accomplished after-dinner speaker and master of cere- monies, Pillman was proclaimed official master of ceremonies of the stale of Texas in He is n member of an Austin law firm, and has served in the district attorney's office, 03 executive assistant attorney gen- eral. Hc also has served as chairman of the Texas Industrial Accident Hoard, chairman of Ithe State Employes Retirement System, and prior lo his pros- qualify jurors on the death pen- ally. THE WEATHER president of Uie Austin Nation- al Bank. Pittman is current president of the Auslin-Travis County Uni- ted Fund. He has served as president of the Wnco Junior Chamber of Commerce, t h e (See SPEAKER, Page 7) Two hundred Victorians were. Love makes men sayle from (rcalcd lo an unusual form of shore lo shore musical entertainment Thurs- So dolh on both sides rated as well worthwhile this first get-together by the two since becoming heads of their government. Sources said each acquired a better knowledge of, and friendship for, the other. The communique noted the wide range of issues around the world in which the United Stales (Sec ISSUE, Page 7) Bealles Here Not Ci VLIVWIKIJILIILI-UI iiriiia- day night at the Victoria Col-j lege Student Union, and the Partly cloudy and cold wilh light frost Friday morning, Cloudy and warmer Friday night. Saturday mostly cloudy with occasion light rain. South- easterly winds B to 18 m.p.n. late Saturday. Expected Fri- day temperatures: 36, high 65. South Central Texas: Clear lo panly cloudy Friday becom- ing moslly cloudy Friday night and Saturday with occasional light rain Friday night and widely scattered showers Sat- urday. Clearing in north Sat- urday. A little warmer Friday, turning cooler Saturday. Friday 65-75. Temperatures Thursday: Low 48, high B5. Precipitation Thursday: traca. Tides (Port Lavaca-Port O'Connor Lows at a.m. and p.m. Highs at p.m. Friday and a.m. Saturday. Barometric pressure at s c a level: 30.00 Sunset Friday: Sunrise Saturday Tins uiJormalJon baaed on lhe TJ.3 Wealhtr Bureau (Set WiiUior Elunhira, etn H makes' Loves makes men scorne all Ihe occasion was the features toria Fine Arts Association's! So doth tobacco. hirct atlraclion of the Love often sets men by the! the University of Texas Madri- cares. j gal Singers, and it will be long1 So dolh tobacco remembered and savored here.: It was perhaps the most ap-: The singers, composed of 13 precialcd piece of lhe evening.! .select voices, recreated the at- There were also several pieces! mosphere of the Ifith Century .of other centuries, including: banquet halls of kings, and one or two contemporary gave (he members of the as- as well ns several solo numbers] socialion a deeper and more w i t h an accompaniment at a! meaningful insight inlo lhe1 harpsichord furnished for the mood of the era. Most of the pieces bright and cheerful, and were nmp.-Muiuiii imiiiMiuu [ur me occasion by Mr. and Mrs. Rubinj Steele Frcls. I Before the performance, W. written to sing the praises of.'G- Baskin was elected as the! love or festive occasions.! new president of the associa- Olliers were dark and somber tion. Other officers arc Mrs and dealt with topics as death season. i such gloomy' Rubin S. Frels, first vice-presi- and the winter, Mrs. Lewis Williams, .second vice-president; William One, written by one TobiasiT. Donoghue, third vice-presi- Hume in 1605, dealt with thatident; Mrs. E. Kenneth Ed- foul menace tobacco, and com- wards, secretary; and Miss pared it to love: "Love makcth leane the fntte Mnxino Yonet, treasurer. mens tumor. New members were also elec- lied lo the board of directors. So doth tobacco. [They are Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Love slill dries uppe (he Mrs. John Dorris, Fred on humor. IKassino, Dr. David Hcinrich So doth tobacco, I SINGERS, pane 7) Beatles are verhoten for Panthers and Comets. In other words, you can not attend clnsscs n( Vic- toria's two junior high schools ivilh a Bcalle Hair- cut. This was confirmed Thurs- day evening by Supt. C. O. Chandler, but (hc snperin- lentlenl said (hat contrary In a current runinr no youth hat) been CApclled over Ihe rag-mop coiffures worn tiy a British rock and roll group now appearing in (his "A couptc of boys shnwerl up at Palti Welder (he other day- wearing Ihom, and they were simply (old to go comb their Chandler said. "It ndunlly has not been n problem .it He said hc was not aware of Ihe rumored appearance of Heallcs nl C'rain Thurs- day, where one version held (lull Iwo youths had been expelled, lie quoted Princi- pal Jim Wyntl as savins no Hcatlcs hod appeared nl Crain. Hut lhc siipcrlnlcmlpnt In- iliealecl thai Hie liaimils not hc welcomed on any loc.il campus.   

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