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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 11, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE H8lh 306 TELEPHONE HI 3-UB1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1964 Established IBIS Woman Says Crashed Near Port Was insane 14 Cents A Dallas area woman was in'of Public Safely, Die missing, Mrs. Emmelt Machacek, Ihc Champ Traylor Hospital in Port departed from Curlahay -manager, noticed the woman in I.avaca lucsday night suffering! Airport at Corpus Chrisli after discovering! from shock after claiming m, Tuesday It was a llcr condition gave her a hot! swam ashore from a plane Cessna '10 I shower and called Port Lavaca crash in Lavaca Bay. nnlice An airport official (old ofti- iv; She was identified as_ Mrs. the plane had only four rile wonlim lhc offlcors Doctor Speaks For Defense DALLAS, Tc.y. etc fense psychiatric wilness testi- fied Tuesday that Jack Ruby definitely was legally Voters Give Lodge Smashing Victo .jiii; ItllU HdtlUI i, ii ............lllal Plane filling Ihe were in Ihe plane, thiil he told dnn lnmk hc u'ls Ihe pilot was identified by same description was seen in her il was "going into the Iriv of distinguishing be [he woman as David F llagler Victoria later Tuesday after- and thai she remembered ilnd or of the forth Worth-Dallas area. noon. litdp Of happened quality of Insl A man by dial name has had At p m Mrs she loosened her safety belt acl al llle limc of tlw numerous scrapes with law en- Ander foreement authorities in tile va( past 10 years. According lo the Department inquired" about checking Anderson appeared at the La- She said, however, "I must vaca Hotel in Port Lavaca ''in passed out." She remcm-j.. Psj'chiHliiii a very hysterical condition" and-bcred a man arousing her after bolstered the defense claim FRIDAY Eight Selected In Queen Event Eight Queen Victoria finalists! Victoria at p.m. Friday in were selected from 25 entrants' Jayccc Flail. In a -Hz-hour preliminary con-: Tllcy wi" !lgnir' bc on test Tuesday evening in Cram Junior High Auditorium.: ing ability. They will wear Finalists and their attire, organizations are Martha Croc-1 Judges of the preliminary son, VFW Post No. .IMIi; Gail i contest were .Mrs. Lois Jones Gerrard, Victoria Rotary Fred Slcdmnn of Porl La- La Juana Sherman, vaca and jMrs. Carol De Alley Club: Madeline Murphy, St.laud John Shannon of Edna. Joseph's Student Council; Sharon McCray, Vicloria High Library Club; Jan Alkek, Sub- (Sec CHASM. Page ID East Floods Lanny Pogue was the master of ceremonies. Chairman of the contest committee is Jack urban Kiwanis Club: Connie Scott. Gilliam, Woman's Auxiliary of; The coronation of a Queen; the Vicloria, Calhaun and Go-1 Victoria is a Jayccc project be-; Had Medical Society and .Moiuijing staged in connection with Poole, Vicloria High FFA. Western Week and (he Vicloria The finalists will compete for Livestock Show, the year-long reign of Queen I Us- Tin: ASSOCIATED The American Keil Cross Imrried disaster workers (fl Cincinnati and Louisville on Tuesday nighl as [Inods, lorrenlinl ruins, snow anil destructive winds wrought havoc in the eiistern half of the nation. The swirling flooilwalers and vieious March elements left a trail nf al leasl 15 dead in the Midwest n n d Kast and drove thousands from their homes. Damage was in Ihe millions. Divers anil streams fed by the drenching rainfall spilled over their banks in western Pennsylvania and crealcil widespread flooding. An Ohio River f t o o il forced the evacuation of thousands frnm their homes in Ohio, Indiana and Ken- tueky. that Ruby is innocent of Os wald's murder by reason of temporary insanity. Ilplli Interrogates Belli asked Dr. (iultmaclior Q. What do you think hap- pened at Ihe time Jack Rubyj shot Lee Harvey Oswald? I A. 1 think we're dealing with a very abnormal individual with a very abnormal personality .striictine, who has a very weak ego structure and was under a very great emotional impact for; a couple of days. I think he was struggling lo keep his sanilv during (his period. I think lie had an unusual amount of in- ry Write-ins Flatten Top Competition UKNIIV CAliOT surprise winner runs second Road, Drainage Rulings Pi N.H. AbsenUT llom-y Liiluil hhmki'irci tlu'rc riTS with ii snow sl'.rm of wnlr-m vmc-s win ;i summit upsi't YK'lmv Tiii-Mby in Re- publican presidential (intnary. Tin- fil-yc'iir-iilil 'llif Johnson administra- tnn's man in Saigon. rolled _______ _ nlioul 3'_' PIT ci'iH of !h i.' votes n ml wined likely to mv I I O 111 dor the lent of his unannounced U.ij. cnndidin-y (In; slate's 11 con- vention votes. son A. Itoekefeller, who cam- paigned intonsivelv in the slate for weeks, hauled "it out lur sec- ontl place, with Coldwater hold- ing tin; advantage. Their names were on Ihe ballot Nivini fourth Iti fourth place was Richard M. Nixon, the CdP pre.si- denlial notiiinec. who, like Uidge, tvas (lie bciieficiarv of a Down In Germany Fair nf Slill Unknown WIKSUAnKN1, Cermiiiry (AIM 'S ''ernniiiiis.'.ancc bomber disappeared TueMlay run I the I'nilcd St.ites had an unusual amount of ,n- CoiuUyactioi.il, selling up spocifii: road and! inpnign i, i volvemenl m the whole tragedy, drainaeo rrnuiromfiiK fnr ni "''mocralie primary, "he llus- anc! I think he came upon .lohason got a sub' perpetrator of the its n major step townni write-in count lopping llliml! Coimnimist K.-ist and with this a disruption of his ordel' out of chaos in subdivision develop- that of Ally. Con. Hubert Pirn I IhfnL- tjio.-rt tcnc n ,irv WCflt at'OUtlcl the liet'illH'tt'l' of Vic-l'll'in fnr A Defense cMnl-.'c- ego, I (hink (hero was a ar rholic episode. All Ins de-! "We fenses crumbled and his hostile.! aclion, and look foiward Hie [leriinctei' of Victoria. j Kennedy for vice president." department spokes- arn cerlainlv appreciative of the county's' In VVitsliinglon Democrnlir "1r plane was un- National Chairman .lolin M. llrlni'd and thai its Hirer rrnw. llailey said Ihe Kennedy vote after Ihe shnot- reflecled "the great esteem apparently occurred which the Democrats of New nf Merlin air eorri- lliiinpshire hold for him and (lms Their fale was not known held lor his mnrlyi ed hrollier." KcdiriiF A c''vilian pilnl said he saw aggressive feelings came to lhc-complete cooperation with them _ _ _ I fore and focused on this one in-i in providing for the orderly de- iyl II I'Mil I Oil dividual, with the homicide re-lvclnpmenl of the city and Ilie 1'itl" nil I sidling." (adjacent Mayor Kern- ri. i Like Auloiniilion Iper Williams said. Ol US Earlier another defense Psy-{ Chief of Kiigineering .Inhn ichialrist, Dr. Martin who works closely with had testified that lluby was sub- Vicloria Planning Comniisssion. to blackout .seizures during which he "would perform as an automaton." Nobody Hurt Burslary Wave Brinsrs b saw the county aclion as heiie-l Tex. The Hcpublican Va'li'v from lltt whnl llvlkl''1 nn attack ilivo of the slate's 302' products y. sbowe  lnwn is most lamed for for the throne, ranking ind Cr'nfK lni'8't in- his hniihers. Prince Charles, r, 1 I w i'if t 1cclml- one U.S. Veterans and I Andrr-w I hut H. Wilson, I niversity ministration facility. Its in.liis- of his sister Prince s of Houston and .Li-hum Ian (ries include ponliry packing Anne American Petroleum Corn., Cor- pjs Chrisli. BA.NK. _I'jjB'! took plaee in Ihe f.OMXIN' MI'I- I'nnci-ss AN'xanilr.i. c.nu.n I'owcr Marlin, with a [lupulalion al :i7. 'nriti a bov of Is widely known lor Us Tm-sday nigbl lo her l-'''h mineral waters and is a popular ''hild, a pnnn'ling who Miirhes-i of Keni are ing brfbic.s [hss sprint; -N" h'lh> Kngineering: H. V. licard, Victoria College.; ('._ W. Craw- ford, Texas A4M University; JDill Andrews Suilc on the I'K.iind niK 'he que.cn w.is safely il.-liv- cred of a .son at fr'Ut p m Ibis MOfUUS SUATTUCK prirly c I o u d y evening." a bullHjji from the lego Music: Mrs Ihe latter, the College Choir di- of Victoria N'ational Dank, and Wilbur Col reeled by Mrs. Ruth Williams Armed Forces: Sgts. Ed Lowe.toria College. Wcdni'srlav lemperalirrr-s: Huth Williams .55 hn'h T lins, both of Vic- Low Heads of Commonwealth gnv- ,i i ernrnents wore rpiifkly informed South U-nlral lexas: Clear, anil the birth ,1 Victoria Children's Zoo g o t will perform. Dr. John SMo7-and Home Economics: Mrs. .el- L 'A for a float for the Slock Show one of those sporty f o r ei g rr mont, college dean, will make H. F. Johnson, Navy; Sgt ll.E iba Coleman, Victoria College; jn norih Wrdnesd-iv mohi I rcsulf-ni Parade. Alvin fioyd in a i models Tuesday. (some announcements at the Wall, Air Force anil Sgt.' Clar-! Mrs. Velda Stout, county home hc "T J-'vt'ry good humor but having a busy "It's a said a zo o1 afternoon assembly, e.ncc Brown Marines i demonstration agent and Mrs...to iiiLh, IK y w to learn of the birth, day. Kil Sagi-r discussing'commission spokesman of I h ej F.ach student will have an op- Beauticians: Mrs. Workman, home economist1 Tidi fl'n r I I iv-iei prepared a pr-r.son.il _ _ r r i "JI I "i- 
                            

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