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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 10, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 305 TELEPHONE HI S-1451 Trustees OK Gym Plans, Lot Purchase Chandler's Fact Extended; Social Studies Discussed By PAT Advoeale Stafl Writer Trustees of the Victoria Independent School Dis- trict, meeting Monday in a rare mood of good humor and agreement, their approval to final plans for the Victoria High School Field Mouse, recommenda- tions of the textbook committee, and the purchase of an area next to the administration building to be usoci ........................ffor office and parking expan Four Given New Duties VICTORIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1964 12 Cents Dallas Convention Site Stirs Up Feud by Dems At College Four members of the Viclo- ria College faculty were given extra duty assignments for lhe school year by t h e hoard of trustees at (heir reg- ular meeting Tuesday afternoon In lhe college library conference roo m E. C, Shinu, who is currently, dean of men and a malh in They also exchanged pleas- antries with the social studies kiepartmcnt of the high school, received a fine compliment jfroin the Victoria Chamber of I Commerce for running an "ex- ceedingly superior" system of public school education, a n d extended School Supt. C. 0. Chandler's contract through lhe next four years. Business Manager Roy Green- wood, pointing onl thai those who work in lhe administration building are faced with an in- creasingly difficult problem of finding parking space, was lolri ACTIVK cordon B. radio personality who is running against Sen. Ralph Yarboi-ough for Ihe Democratic nomination in the Senate race, dials with his manager, .Jim Krwin, Monday afternoon al Foster Field. He sandwiched an appearance in Corpus Christi in between visits to Victoria, and is to be guest ofj honor at a break- fast here Tuesday morning. McLendon Sees Victory Possible An optimistic Gordon B. iUcLrnrlnti flew into Vic- GOP Plans 25 CANDIDATES Presidential Opinion Poll Drink Sales IJul (lamlidalcs (Ian Withdraw AUSTIN (AD-Tlio Texas lie- Elimination Due Vole Bid 18 n Queen Contest' onnay 'or Unit ialls publienn AUSTIN1 Dpmo. loaders vigorously Twenty-five eonlosUmts for ['linrtn, fuvortlmj; lo Jack jthe tillo of Queen Victoria ml or dminnnn (if Ihc- .Invcci'-spon-i rclituimiry conipotilioti al soml foutesl. f ip.m, Tuesday in lhe Crniu .Km- Jiulues for lhe prrliminmV I i I'l hi I deidi'd girls will be selected loof 1'orl I.nvacii'mid oiroi Monday Cov John 2 priman- ipurliripule in Ihe fimils al lie Alley of Kdmi. both pleas for parly unity I Friday in Juycei- Hull, nl school owners Krod Sleitinnn feuded over whelher lie leaders of the slate parly ijme' two assistant vice-president ol Ihe K V nssnssinnlion VB niimer-s-np will be Slate linnk mid Trust hl' ''holce ol identml aspiiants but al H.m in n.s stale convention 'ollrjday piirnde in connection w i t h'non, enshier at Hie first Western Week mi dthe Victoria Uional Hank of Kdmi. n lf County Livestock Show. l.mmy 1'ogue will be the inns- lo go ahead with I hi? toria Monday afternoon, confident that his of a SO x 140 foot lot against Sen. Ralph Yarboroumh for the structor. will become a fnllinexl I" Hie sctiooMieadquarlers. nomination is beginning to bear genuine Jruil. lime adminislrator with duties Office Space Looking somewhat windblown and a bit tired Mc- as dean of men and director of lhe lot hils a three-apartment lendon nevertheless look same time dei unannounced c a n d i chance to withdraw v'Se' v I In the preliminary ol New Oovernpr girls will wear formal dress.'evening. mentioned as a mvlM Admission to Kmrtit[ who might nol choose K, .for self Oonteslanls will he. scored on fonlcshmts and sponsoring or- Hiti- include Nmicy Itus Texas Republicans mid I (See I'ONTKST. "s I hnvc any rcspon- will never abdicate '8nf 7 .mnn 'in ceremonies party o! Texas In imy elements, far Icfl or far right, which would subvert it ish purpose the detri- menl of the slate." Connally lold Stale Democratic Kxrnilivn The oth the refcre: garage located on it which can-------- be converted into office space, student life. C. A. Talley, who now serves as a full time instructor, WaslGreenwood S0ld- named director of student per-! In with the spirit of sonnel. He will work with the the meeting, Trustee C o n d e academic program. Anderson commended the. ad- Department Heads ministration on Us efficiency. Harold Gardner was named mllst llilve OIle of lllc chemistry department h atlmimslrative centers and Mrs. Lois Rowland w a s for a city this size in (he recognized as being the Antlcrson tnink alent of a department head. intendcnt Chandler is lo be com- The board gave unamimous fcn, llot askine for a> PORT approval to the re-election bigger staff or more room he-] 40 administrative and lms-" I bond Poi't Sets Bond Vole verbal swings at Cabot Ralph" during an interview. (Nixon. George Homney, William. Earlier in the day, lie bad apJ.Scranlon, Margaret Cliase' tit peared al College Station and'Smith nnd Harold Slassen. j Bryan, then at Cialveslon before1 Stale GOP Chairman I'eler O'-i reaching Victoria. Me left for Donnell was aulhomed semi Corpus Christi in Ihe late after-: telegrams noon, bid is scheduled in return I formally .ee. has _ unanimously] g A 1 I names included in H -H 1 crendum motion were! Subdivision Rules fonmilly. nrldrr.sxtilA n lunch- ron M'SMmi, nryccl coinmlllnfl to push for convon'mn "si-ho will he n.i strong for Connnlly in Sfptnmhor as they (irn for Johnson in Juno." t'niuuilly rofcrre.d lo Iho I .stntrwiilo Dctnoccnlic convcn- n ,i i i lions, llio .Inly 10 moelinfl to Vic oua County Comnnssmnrrs Cm.rt ,-ulnptrd an (o llnlponn, immediately lo the.order Monday on subdivision slri'et nnd and the Sept 15 ly iinannoiineed Candida.'qiiiremi'nls which conforms wild city of Victoria stand-'meeting to choose n new party only by .subject count. n (jtlier tiusmcss at n meet- ng required by for certifi- ation ol siidi'wlde and court of ivil nppeals candidates, Ihn In other Herns on the agenda of llx-ir regular monthly meet- Austin nllomey ing Mondnv, Ihi- romrnissinn- ''rmik Knvm'" tllr viic.iled he noted happily. ctiairnian Medilernmean hrlnk O'Donncil said Ihe fi to canvass election turns. An extension was granted Charles Cozzens for another year on ajcave of absence to ys'ork on his doctor's degree in industrial arts. He formerly laught math and drafting at Victoria College. al-i L........... parlicidarly course at the previous meel- A utility easement was ac- Texans are awakening ing, said at lhe outset lhat he.cepted from B. I. I.emporl and hiinlen which m njcandidalos he listed was not criticizing local teach- D- Cole m file. Honor-, YarborouRh leave t h e m on the ballot. ei'-s- Addition. .Mcl.endon said. "Smilin" Ralph' In other business, Ihu commit-' Anderson said, "it .Master I'lnn has said lhat the national seems to mo lhat TCXM edu-j Ed Finlay, of Houston, plan-i'l'irsn'l mailer and it prob-; Set lhe June Ifi state coiwcn- calors as a whole are not in-1 ning engineer who represents 'lo'y doesn't (o him. Over one lion lercstcd enough in history. It ttie firm of Cauclill, Howlett and dollar out of every (hat our II) we payj lion (or Dnllas and the Sept. 15 alc i convention (or Austin. illc lilace on Ihe ballol as a canrli- lor governor, loan's filing fighting as erupted al last! Itenowcd .1 one-year cnnlr.irl apphcalion nol Jn proper or- Christmas time. willi lhi> city of Victoria al an dcr, the committee U.N Secrelarv-fieneral (j'annual payment of for :1. Sclerlnl Houston as Iho silo Thant appealed for an immcfli-i Vs0 n( oily in prnvid- -Inly convention ate end lo fighling in Cyprus.! protection in the 4 Adoplcd n Rtnlemenl of cabled Cyprus President; county outside of lhe city parly unity to be signed hy .ill Nnrvel McC'anley looking for Pscncik said the only ancient history offered was in the very early chapters of a course in world history. Chandler (old Ihc board lhat the state recommends only two olher courses, English history and sociology, that are not of- fered at Ihe high school. All a place lo Ihaw for whjch (h Dyer busy wdh laic morning tree textbooks rands Marl.n favazns get-! including world his- ting plantinf; seed ready and ex- geography, Amer- poclms a change in the wealh- ican hislorv, American gown- er .lr. ,Ba u enjoying lhe expre.ssion in a I variable wind: southeasterly 10 late Tuesday and Oohiwater, in cognition that (hey equal threats lo him in the S to IS m.p h his chances hyi lo 20 li'ltlr'S extreme positions." He added lliat the and 40, high senator "has found his positions not in the mainstream of fte-l birthday a burning cross was re-1 nation's first polling place tesi South Central Texas clear to' Marshaling [rorn a front yard at 1108 of Republican sentiment, -1---1-- It Col larkin K Smith of n. nllllln Policc his forces in partly cloudy and a little [or a campaign into If skies clear over the slate as er Tuesday through GoldwaU-r remained in forecast, about 100.000 Ht-pub- High Tuesday in north and' thai he will top a licld about sakl Ihe was not imbedded into but was placed Whtleman APR, Mo., receiving! (he Air Force Medal several weeks ago Mrs. .Mary Taylor assisting a neighbor in distress Oscar Phillips not letting the gusty aSainst a telephone pole and winds slow down his errand set afiro- schedule lioh Uogcrs of Apparently only bathroom KONO-TV Channel 12, San wrapped across lonio, informing interested per- tne crude cross, as the wood, that a neighbor miBhl {mn oul l" a ic figures fleeing fromicofI1Ple'c srray of in their ]nw J9 scene. The n TKft firt '2-M in south. Temperature.? Monday: of five avowed, and two unan- High aounced candidate.? in the popu- larity contest. He predicted he, T, Precipitation Monday: 03. wi" at least half of the The first polhng was schcd- jnchycs uled .seconds afler miunmm in T, i t Dixvlllc Notch in northern New 1 state's M convention delegates to be Hampshire. Elsewhere In the stale Standard Time. O'Connor laws Kockcfeller made no claims, than reiterating that he hopes lo win by one more vote than his nearest rival. sons that the slorv of lhe .Me- which was only charred in Namai-a-O'Connor "Museum wiil plains, had no smell of gasoline write-in vole for Lodge-which' he between 7 and a.m. Ihis or other such fluids. isnme pollslers are forecasting- Wednesday mornmB over tlial television sla-; Invesligaiion into the would not he T'n" llfln- is continuing. 5ucn hu, W8uM be lh" "c pressure at Sea Wednesday. IJarometric Rockefeller said that a big lcy.el: MM. porlers that he is on Ihe verge1 .Sunset Tuesday sunrise of becoming an aelive candi- riato, fl move most thought! resignation asj victom oiiitt, ambssiaoor. I Skavc, And A Hair cut The price of hnlrcuU nnd all other barher se.rvlcen will KO up 25 cenls Tuesday nl sir li-niler Victoria bar- ber .MrI lc'cliler mmlt- an- nounccnienl HN lor a group of linrbcn and barber shop owners who agreed on the price in- frcasr al a mcclinjj .Mon- day nigtil. I'rldrr pointed oul It will hf Ihe lirsl pricf Increase silica 195? lor the when also went up 2'. ccnh. I'rice of a regular man'j haircut will go Irom JI.25 to sahl the six shops pnrllclpnllng )n tbe price Ink DALLAS V'alf f'.syeii'jjmjlor epilepsy f.s Irstilied for- Ihe d'c- ly ifcfmod n.s being character- Monday thai Jack lluby by an explosive menial probably was in n oui slate which tie hv jraRe wlifn he sliot Hariej einolinual feelings. Oswald and didn't know what In Schafer1.-, testimony was was domn m line with di-fense conlentii-'ns "I believe lhat tfie did not know what said Dr. lioy Srhad-r, ihr> first 'I0 wns doing when, under mental expert o.ilied by Ihe de- shock o( ['resident Kennedy1! lensr. 01 the fourth week of de.'ilh. he killed the accused as- ftuby'.s trial began, Wuh r-nd of his testimony, an over- is plendinR (r-mporary night recess was ca'llrd. insanity as hi.s defense agiiinsl i Ruby is on trial for his life lhe lhat carries 'for Iho Nov. 2-1 of penalty of death ,wald, who was chnrRed with the Assassination two days earlier' 'nl f 'resident Kenneriy Asked what could iiroducc such a rage siale. Dr. Schaler "Such IhinRs fl-s- n very ilrnnK emotional slimulalion a readh lo take offense, stales 0( fatigue would appear lo pro- cipitato such stales. Sometimes lighl Mimulation can provoke a loo." F.arlicr, under questioning byj Today's Chuckle the defense, Dr. Schafer lesti- chair testified that ftuby was always K y They in. rlurled former box- lnfi lM.sfir Pcrny Ruhy s former n'c saM Ruby way, Waller II, l.tngefcld and South Texas Savings Blrtg. Shop. sion lhat he did have organic brain damage and most likely Ihe specific, nature of it was psy- chomotor epilepsy." I.: "May I have wcokond pass, sir? I want lo got married." 0.: "Sorry. If Army w.intrd you to nllf. they'd you oat." ;