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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 7, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 302 TELEPHONE HI 5-1451 Mother of Six 4 Approved UlCS 111 Crash By Senalc VICTORIA. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARClT 7, I'llabllihfd Hv JA.MKS SMIO.VS Advocate. Staff Writer sheriff's deputies said occurred when one car crashed into the Mrs. Dorothy Louise Mocks, rear of another 33-year-old mother of six chil-'j Most seriously hurt of the 12 Cents House Oullook No I Ccrlain. City To Explore Ways To Finance Paving Job ipen (he long-awaited :bailie over the House-passed F u n f lvp, Tn" i, e tt! anrt moasure Pn th miu a SMIII iiiiLiure ami an exic ciiK-ert after veering off t h eilaceralion on bis forehead. Ilallettsville Highway miles Also injured were his nephew 'hrU'le fllc north of Victoria. y. 7.. Helms, 39, another com-clv'1' Mrs. Meoks, who was traveling merd.il fishermim from Sea- a lo11 lo her home in llalletlsville and Mrs. Docia Hav and "measure designed to lor completing her second dayjhor nephew, Allen Hav Ponder SI, (01 as a waitress al The Corral, both of DaCosta The 'latter anfl. 3502 Houston Highway, appar-'were in undetermined condition   buyers Prompt Approval Will) the spring planting sei son rapidly approaching, 'or al- ready at hand, supporters of the legislation arc expected to push for prompt congressional ap- proval. The final outcome could become a hot election issue. The outlook in the House DALLAS. TC.X. Ally. Henry Wade led Dean is" Spon" caperl prisoner with a fake gun quietly through a series of sors of the wheat program have kidnaped a woman hostage. Fri- events following the shooting of been unable to gel their bill out day outside the courtroom Oswald. Or [he APH, ,lr where Jack Ruby is on trial for; The man with the fake gun raittee Com- his life. Pandemonium broke1 (See, JAILBUEAK. Page 3) Soon after the Senate acted out ,n the crowded corridor President Johnson issued this r] Jailbreak Staged Near Ruby Trial Deficit Ilises To Hy TOM t in; Ailviu-iilc Sliill Wiitrr city innv have to intn n w.irr.ml financing; 01 Mime iiihei altci unlive- financing program, irk niii'l oiilslaiultng under the in: ami drainage li.'.rliisrci hy 1'itv Muiiar.i'i Ji.hn I.cr f'ri- itc'ii'iii'i' lirlwi'rn Ihr clni'l' ailniin- Itmg en- (if Smiou Drive to llmrmighfari1 and specifications might to tie drnppec! Sinum is part of (lie north-south loop that includes lien .Ionian .Street and u portion of Proc- tv, we have im'i'n the GHAN'I) CHAMPION John mack- well, Cuero KFA member, exhibits his fat steer lhat won pvand champion honors in the Cncro Livestock show. VVilh Klackwoll is Wilson" M'ili nf the slinw Cncro Scliooi culturc teacher. to ciuuplctr i.liori p is u t'tri :i tslralor ai and A number o into llir situaliii in lunds needed to n plele the outstanding work first factor listed by and cited several weeks a when il I'irsl became appai that llu- program was rum short of fi'nds. is that no fu were set asule for nghl-of-1 when Ihe original ('illations were made prior tn which has pro- di'liell ol tor mid there were no injuries and the, _ r man later was captured. I l-l oil lie was one of seven prisoners: I .LCJ.11 who broke from a prison day- ivy room minutes earlier. Four had been recaptured and three were Caught in the midst of the" in- credible Texas drama were Joy Belli, attractive wife of Ruby's statement: "I commeu. Senate on its adoption tonight of ithe bill. This legislation [combines features which will he 'beneficial lo the nation's farm- ers and consumers and will ef- fect a major reduction in gov- ernmental farm expenditures, ly Adoption Files Suit Sophomore In Wife's Death was vntrd {in in the bnnfl issue l.re said, bill adds that unfnresrc'ii expenses have, hiked expenditures lie pmnU out, also, that Die city has omi- f'ily officials ami a pleteil work on North Street 'commiltce which worked close- and will do a portion of lied ly with (he administration said Hiver and possibly Water it Iliat lime they felt most pro- Street with Its regular forces. irily owners would want lo do- Tliis work wa.s originally in- natr right ol-way in order to rinded in Ihe bond program, get improved streets and dram- Ahovr [age They i.lso calculated on a Hy the end of the program, property assessment of M amudmg tn figures rdcnscil hv per lineal loot on proper- 0 ty aliulling strrels to he made ,wi i-alciilalrd iiiUi thiii'oughfai cs. bond program may S leer, "t I ly off the mark. A majoiitv ot Shows To damage suit chief defense lawyer. and 'eiic l filer! in ISStli District Court wheii the accident liappeuecl r of his will now move towards inciil fur right of-way, with Friday in connection with tbr Belli and Deputy Sheriff Kosc-'" This morning 1 con- mary Allen cooly shoved V, r_. i_ .'.._- _.i is morning 1 con- o to my father the feeling Sill "reck people who wore blonde girl into a sla irwell, and '.....of (he pi'ayiug for him and my father newsmen braced the door adder! protection. When the corridor melee .sub- sided. Little Lynn managed lo 1? "'fm'' quiet her nerves and went on to: i international Marketing Inc. j of Abilene and Willie Lee Frank- [lin of Houston by Dave Lack. I'l '1 I Frederick T. (Ted) Shields behalf r ...j i i. i [.u i rtnieKis, a .said: 'I thank them and sayjlocal physician, filed an answer child, Larry Wavne Lack i two other sons, .lay and J1 Ol' IM'tlllkllll pllllllll IIIIUIl.il. VS1IS IIIIOU IUIH ,11111 kVUn IDltl III LIU' .lanice Diiehrrnaiui. time hy I..... and Kngineei "i" The grand chiiinjiioii award solute minimum" needed if I he itie SITOMI) majru lioriu; '.von r'ity could get IIM) prr cenl ml- hy IHnckwi-11. an KI-'A member, lections. a week lie recciveil Such n high rate of a-.se.ss xhibiting UH'nt tolleclion is not iintinpn f N.. wi i k A motion for a new (rial was .Sl.OflO last week foi Others killed in the crash mi winic nag ol (CD. utner.s Ulllcrt in ttie crash H.HIK M.IIH'S 01 ui i, dramage uullall' lowered in honor of Kelso alleges (hat he suffered wrc A'rs. D. Iv I'urdv a n d "'K'lW'.-'y.lnM rcscnv f, o lirnils whci 10 succumbed to a severe burns on his head face Mrs- r M n "lo "ohmann. FI' A, of Meycu, peeled KH the Saturday Kennedy was assassinated lo vi tj.i iu ii "ii" i ii jinun in- "-nm-ii n 11 i i. vnj jj- r. r his club was closed his smrriy con-ternal injuries and numerous inB Victoria from a Morning ved an angry rcplv. stllllllon' .contusions, lacerations Mrs. Rpe.e all of _ i I UI H lit II I .1 ask anci an angry rcplv. .She qunlcci him us saying Said after a police sergeant. P. T. _ NASJII.VGTO.V 'API Gen. contusions, lacerations and was the U cause A ,nr me plwsician s to reiwrl in district court at HI new trial request r a poce sergeant, en. Dean, testified that Huby ad- Douglas iMacArthur. (1-1, a tough 'he milled plotting for two da'vs to llero of lwo world wars, sue-'into fla kill Oswald because "i" just ccssfully weathered a three- want the world to know that surgical operation Friday -Jews have guts." on which surgeons gave this! the gas tank (o explode poncd until in a m entire vehicle to burst Dist. Judge Frank said Friday. II. Ciair, that I nick The five-star warrior, who once said, "Old soldiers never Defense lawyers MeK'iri Belli, verdict: no evidence of Joe Tonahill and Phil Burleson' c''irco''- objected forcefully during Dean's testimony, but Judge Joe Brovin overruled them as Dist jwsl fade was ___ 'reported doing very well after j'lic operation. There is a bility he can leave Walter Army Hospital in from two to; four weeks. i fs ilnidrd cli.imptoii, we IractiH night along w i' premium (ivi'shxl hi tJie br'r-eding division, imal', owni'l by two KI-'A jncni- lil'l'S lonk honor', Peli- vacck showed tin- grand cham- dilig gill and A d in the Ullt ili'tn >l lo Ihe Nil I'nl Hnrk   gnirig trj iii'i-d ihi' mom" off Us lulls. The report frnrn Ihe engi- rift'is disti iriulrd by rsrv (I'l y I'.-iKi- :n Would Mrs. Wesley Vivion busy y ctKt' Most of Reservoirs Listed Speaker Will Discuss PlannedbyOther Agencies ri-ri v TI fJii'lcr.'.tadl r li honk, "Un- ii.iiuor s .Mile: Mils is Ihe Valley. The plan also provides "Project features arc divided J-if K-i'ih.'- will ourth of five reports on the for Construction, operation, and into two groups, with 'Visis m the these days with fabric Easlci baskets she and other NKW YORK fAp'l -Richard rclh Academy PTA mothers are M. Nixon said Friday he h will- makhiR as a benefit project ing to accept the 'Republican Leo Welder slated to speak at vice-presidential nomination the James tt Fannin Chapter, again this year. Daughters of the Republic of Nixon, often mentioned as a Texas, at p.m. today at the possibility for the lop spot on home of .Mrs. Rubin Trcls .ithe ticket, said on Ihe NBC-tel-: Bohhy Hewitt reminding Victor- evision "Today" program it isj ia Country Club members ol lime to stop downgrading Ihe the combo Saturday evening at vice presidency the club llasil Hell of the Elks Lodge and the gen1 Spots appea......_ _____ _........_ Valley March 10 Dale'whatever'his party asked Slulihs getting ready to ccle-j.......- brate a birthday on .Sunday Win., i.... and Karen Bcrnhard cclchrat-! lctu a l 'flil  pulled by rankicoaslal area "J 'y greed." to the Lower Rio 'f, through Simrlav. Highs pre-ernplior? of kites as v, ii r .1 r SrSfe p Actual- Stout wui'ts nearly riiunii. Alberta Canada Jan S "m'i i th i> h forecast callodl school, and was ,n Young Uni- and Cinliarl. Another (See BASINS, Page Jtl Appointed lo a supervisory l'> latiminiblratwe position it FBI, Ihe Salt Lake 5PEAKEK, Pigt J)   

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