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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 12, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 307 TELEPHONE HI 5-H51 VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, Established 30 Cents Bay Search Narrowed By Footprints in Sand WHO'S QUEEN VICTORIA? Eight finalists will compete for the year- long reign of Queen Victoria nl p.m. Friday in Jaycee Hall. They arc, left to right seated, Madaline Mu'vphy, Martha Grceson and La Juana Sher- man and, left to right standing, Gail Lodge Vows To Remain In Saigon SATGON, South Viet Nam Cabot Lodge said Wednesday he proposes to re- main U.S. ambassador to South Viet Nam despite his upset victory in New Hampshire's Republican presidential pri- mary "a great honor and a great compliment." "I do not plan to go lo the United Lodge told newsmen after receiving word of the outcome while he was on a field trip wilh Defense Sec- relary Robert S. McNamara in Hue, 400 miles north of Saigon. "I do not plan to leave; he said on returning lo] this city. "I do not intend lo resign. "I am bound by foreign serv- ice regulations not to com- ment." Referring to backers who pro- (Advocate Ptiotol Gerrard, Mona Ponle, Sharon McCray, Connie Gilliam and Jan Alkek. They were selected from a slate of 25 con- testants Tuesday evening in the Grain Junior High auditorium before a crowd of some 375 spectators. Two runners-up will also be named Friday. Ruby Trial May Go lo Jury Soon Defense Resls In Surprise WORTH 82 MILLION 125 Repossessed Homes For Sale at Discount Here Residential properties it an investor wants lo buy located in the subdivision north! inally financed by federal or more of the properties of HcdKim- Kireel am! between Authorities Find Plane After Crash Womjm Floes Porl Ho.spilal SHOW SCHEDULE stale then sought to demolish; his claim that hc was when he killed Harvey FRIDAY of Livestock. I p.m. Sifling of Sheep. p.m. Sifting of Flogs. 10 p.m. Queen's Contest Final. SATURDAY Judging of Swine. a.m. Judg- ing of Sheep (open II p.m. Parade. 1 p.m. Judging of Sheep p.m. Judging of Fat Calves. 7 p.m. Judging of Commercial Hereford and Angus Livestock. 10 p.m. Judging of Ponies. SUNDAY S p.m. Normal Show Day. p.m. Style Show. Fiddlers' Con- test. MONDAY 8 Judging of Brahma. 5 p.m. 4-11 Club 'Practice Judging. T p.m. Prizes to he given away. p.m. liiill Live- stuck Show Auction. i special 12'; per cent ilis-.phase one nf these repossessed ''asl Lavara, where Hie the trml. They called Ruhy _ ._ _ Cessna L'Ki m which the couple defense1 leslim ln I I} 4 was located at mid- insane when 'os- licU) I N I I Oil V'Pll fi I Oil wald Nov. 24. I A -M. Vv J.A J.J. Mrs Anderson fled Champ State Rebuttal arkll Trnylor Memorial Hospital In Thus Uie big issue in the case 'I Wednesday before finally was joined monl'.is I I I question iier after a chain of tragedy that vJ JL t_JJ.J. 1 ii. Jll L nboul lhc footprints, Texas began when Kennedy was roor- I ATIIMIS A O Hunger Qulncey Ixiwman told lallv wounded just 70 yards I" Thn Advocate. from the courlhouse and ended t, L lotion will bo heM Friday at MO Crnslmlta llay when Ruby killed the accused ITI, S, Al
at the con- r, r wealher friends rift, and he said, I Alabama. elusion of Ihe parade. w' ne thai Joe Conti Jr., in weslern know about it is what I read in Reports of coolness between ni t hi pick a career because f" 'n il ntmenl to you" he 'Tl a.re a short time from gradu the newspapers." ;Johnson and Kennedy have been _ i I lUU.IJIOMil Ulllj IICIYC; IJLUII Salinger disputed one pub-jcurrent for the past three years. lished report, in the New York new element was attire, looking more like the TV marshal, Matt Dillon Dr. C. S. Bingham explaining that his favorite color is red Herald Tribune, that Johnson thrown into the cloudy situation Airs. William Muehlslcin gain-jand Kennedy no longer arc by the efforls made in New ing honors for her baking abil- speaking, because of personal Hampshire in behalf of Ihe at- ity Frank Btifilcr celebrat-land political friction. lorncy general birthday today and "I think the President sees; Johnson, al 'his news confer- this deparlmenl listing R. P. Barry as having a birthday, when it was really Mrs. Barry who was the birthday celebrant Carl Van Way Sr. looking (he attorney general on various matters from time lo Sal- inger said. cnce Saturday, indicated he wants a free hand in recom- mending the choice of a running He also reminded them that a career without preparation In just as bad as not choosing one at all. "N'o country can match ours in the freedom nf choice in se lecting a he said. Bank Pro moles Four Officers First Victoria National Bank directors promoted four and1 The seniors, who uere from named ihrcc new officers al Ihe! Victoria, liloominglon Gross St March 10th directors meeting, Joseph and Nazareth Acedemy according lo W. B. Callan, pres- high schools, were each given m T, jj !an opportunity lo attend two "ill w. Huddock was named career sessions during the day. shnHiu V.....T, "uuuuun was named career sessions during he day. bhortly afler Salinger metjmate. He could hardly have I vice presidenl, and N. M Goh- Thev were orovidet! with a hoi wilh newsmen, Johnson had an been pleased about the Kennedy'Ike, If. A. Slotnik and S an-1' unch al noon wl col ei-e per- mCnt 'h'ey-J' Slra.nd Jr" were field to a lunch in rested in spite of his do-it-your- self home painting project who are Joe ST' son lown done, Charles Vanelli in lo get some buiiness officials let newsmen know'ocratic harmony. at reports o( could rupture Dem- Also board recognilion lo Aaron Wielandjlainrnenl waj furnished by Uic compHoUer, for his services, (college hand and choir. VIKW KXIIIJJIT Julia Petty, n HiKh School studt-nt and lhc of Mr and Mrs J. W. Petty of 1H04 Hori A ire, and Brickley a .senior at St. Joseph's and the sou nf Mr.' and Mrs. William GeorRo of Hi. 1, view an oil well exhibit in ihr Victoria Colleqp Student Union Wednesday. They were nmoni; some 525 .seniors from five county high schools attending tho annual career day on ihe college campus. lh.it a man nccom- (innying Mrs. Anderson gavo licr husband n water-soaked Sail hill to take the couple inlo Port l.avani. Hc also gave tho Ton aiba's son an air-mattress which Ihoy are believed to have floated ashore on. Tmralija then look Townloy lo Ihe nearby bench where re- I mains nf the fire and footprints were found, mid Townley noti- fied aullioi itics. t4) Krlurn Armed wilh this information, officers returned lo the hos- pital, said, bill Mrs An'lerson had cher-kett out and dcpailrd with the unidentifieri woman uilhout letling her hus- hiind know "Ho iiris promised to have her jhack at Sheriff Halliburton's of. ficc for tomorrow." said, but uddrd that 'Anderson. F.iilcss. Tex. m n n with V.usini'ss in (Sre SI.'AIICII. I'agt 3AI THK WKATHKll Partly cloudy Thursday. .Mostly cloudy Thursday and Friday. N'ot much ch.ince in temperature. K.ist to north- east winds at S lo la m p h. Thursday lures: 50, high 75. Soutli Central Texas: Partly clnuHy Thursday. Increasing i cloudiness Thursday night and Friday. No important change in Jligh Thursday U9-79. Teniporalures W e d n esday: 4rt, high 75. 1 Tides (Port I.nvnc.i-Port Lows at 1.1.m. and p m. Highs at p.m. Thursday and j.i.m, Friday. I Barometric pressure at sea ;level: .10.15. i Sunset Thursday: Sun- rise Friday Thli information on dati vfaoTi.'omr- wtllh"
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