Advocate, March 16, 1964


March 16, 1964

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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 16, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 311 TELEPHONE in 3-1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, MARCH 1064" LBJ Berates Rumor of Rift With Bobby No Contact With Baker Reported Since October WASHINGTON Johnson, scoffing at talk of a rift with Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kemiedv, said Sunday that Kennedy understands his views that no Democrat should seek the vice presidency "at this stage of the game." In a far-ranging television-radio interview, Johnson said he accepts Kennedy's word Iliat the attorney general "has (tone nothing to encourage" ef- forts (o draft him for (lie Dem- ocratic vice-presidential nonn nalion. Referring to speculation about a fend or rift, Johnson said, "All of Ihis stuff that you read about is newspaper talk." Several Subjects Johnson had something new to say on these subjects: Senate's investigation of nobby IJaker, former secre- jlary lo the Senate Democratic majority: Johnson said lie hasn't seen :or talked to Baker since his friend from Senate days quit the Senate post last October. The President said Baker cannot be called his protege, saying thai 3 Judges To Decide State Plea Established 1816 12 Cents LOT OF BULL Little Melitula Schcrer, 'A, decides to take a closer look at one of the top quality Bran., man hulls entered in the Victoria County Livestock Show competition Monday morning. The show promises to be the best ever held here. Melinda is the t of Mr Scheror Jr. of Houle stock events Monday contest dunm; t'lio Auction Tonight To Climax Show Keclistrk'ting Delay Sought HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) A three-judge federal court is ex- pected to convene Monday to decide when to hear (ho slate's plea that tie court delay its congressional redislricling order until after this year's elections. Atfy. Gen. Waggoner Carr asked the court Saturday lo postpone the order. And on the heels of the slate's _____ __......... action, 22 Republican congres--by the United Stales in prose- ____ _.. sional candidates asked Ihe culing the anti-Communist guer- he Ihe grand champion Hereford court's permission to intervene rilla war in Viet Nam cannot steer, owned by Bill Obsla in the suit. the annual p.m. and Mrs. H. J. Other Live- include a riftei noon and sale of show animals a' He was there "before" Vcame Tlle of 'he auctioneer's in laic judging in the follow- to the Senate for 10 years 8avel "'ill open the auction at ing divisions were: Court Order The court ordered the stale No Comparison p.m. Monday for the final Western pleasure class for -South Viet Nam: ;evenl of the 18th annual Vic- boys and girls 9 and under' 1 Johnson said decisions faced tonil Livestock Show. Diane Webb. 2. Ted Webb 3 Heading the auction sale will I.anicr Bady. Western iw 10 to m- l Slicn rod icn ro rerm be compared will, those made sophomore at Victoria II i g h Sharon K.onsor 1 loin 14 years ago in Korea. Promis-ISchool, and sou of Mr. and Mrs 3- -lo11" ing "effective and efficient F. B. Obsla of Route I. plans" to help the South Viet- lo. Itoadster class. 15 and older: Oct. 19 either to reapporlion its Plans lo "C'P the Y'Gl- K a r 1 i e r in the day, other i M ion lob s 2 Mob congressional districts or lo Johnson, "IMC events have been scheduled R He Mine (io. no' carrying Judging of Brahma cattle will Hoads l-l -md mnlor- the war into North Viet Nam. ,be held from 8 a.m. until i Shcrrod Croc'son 2 P u i a peoples have all candidates for the 23 seats in congress to run-at- large. There is one at-large teat now. The decision was appealed to the U. S. Supreme Court, which ruled March 2 present congres- sional districts are illegal. The high court, however, opened the door to a delay of the ruling by allowing the state lo appeal to the Houston court for relief. Asks iVo Aclinn even if this worries his Secret Service bodyguards. Jota Meeting relations: from 7 lo p.m. Included Barrel racing: 1. Sbcrrod will be the naming of winners Greeson, 17.0. 2. Sharon Kuenstl- Johnson reported the ct'' lao- 3- Mm i, i Ral ch at ity of a get-acquainted meeting with Soviet Premier Khrnsh- havc jammed the show wr chev has been accepted since Fiddler Wins Again. (J. .S. (cose (if Snri Antomu repealed Ids KIM leal by nRiiin winning first place- lii tho "oier-IS" divisirni al Ilic Old Fiddlers' Conic-si Sunday nighl hciorc some 550 funs nt thr ISth uiiniinl Viclorin County Livestock Sliow. linn I) i- a I ii n il Port O'Connor scrmul, mid Arlic Oarler of V i c t n r I n placed Ihinl. In the junior group, (hosx- miller .Mm (Texas Sliorlv) rhniu'dlnr at was fir.vl. I'r.-ml Hose of si-cunil anil K. .1. Hopkins nf Houston (liinl. (inrilnn 'rniriisi-nd, 10, of Arunsas 1'ass. plucril fiftli. linil was awarded n cnmpli- mi'iitary lint for such Inlrnl at his age. .lorry IVIly was master of reroiiHjiiirs. Arlliiir liiicki'rl wns iti clir.rgi- nf the ui-ciil. each dav since it opened. A 'land Satur- Ihe President's Nov. 25'meeting crowd was on Can- filed the motion asking witt' Sovicl Premier for Ihc Shetlandjiony Youth Who Los I Fallie U.S. Backs Off On OAS Claim Of Panama Pact Nol Yei A 'Meeting Of Minds' Latin Panel Koporls WASHINGTON Or- of American Slates committee said Sunday the tJniled Slnlc.s and Pmiruua hove agreed to resume diplomatic relations and begin lalks ID solve the Panama Canal prob- lem. Hut n high U.S. source said later dial there hail nnl yet been a meeting of minds be- tween the (wo governments. I" a .statement the 11.K. source 'declared: "The tlnilod Stales govern inenl and Iho government o( Panama, as of II p.m. Sunday, have had no meeting of Ihe j minds on cither Iho resumption [or relations or the procedures to be followed in nil attempt to 1 solve the problems .surrniimlmg I (lie Panama disturbances. I'rom Committee. j "The United Slates govern- ment will welcome n resump- [tion of relations wilh 1'iiii.inia. -The United Slates appreciates! Ihe contribution of tho OAS dol-j jegalion iiml hopes Hint suoccss- >ful conversations will resnll I from its endeavors." The atmnmieomeiit that the United Slates and Panama would "seek a prompt elimiiia-, lion of Ihe causes of contestants who nnulo their own ensembles over the Panama Canal wiiininj! rilitxins in the anniial Style Show for (from Ambassador Juan Plate of.-I-II d'irls, Future llonn'inakeis of America ;mcl luinie- iParaguay, chairman of Ihe spc- inakini; students (MS coinmitlee established at the J; Mrs Shirley SUUPKISK AWAUI) Mrs. Clinton BniTe'tt, whose animals walked off wilh a flock of awards at Ihe Shetland Pony Show Saturday niijlit, was honored with a surprise plaque and nn nnnful of rosi-s for to promoii- in Die pony show. She is one of the owners of (lie- Aienose I'ony Kami. 80 In Style Show to im-e.slig.-il anil lo iry lo nnlions. Ihe canal crisis reconcile Ihc two. STOCK SHO f, T, Ifirtent, United America "and not The motion stated the inter-u0 (read on us" of the candidates virtually are the same as the Republi- cans who brought the original raiuie Sllil- i Johnson The petition filed by Browdcrjof any.............______ ..._.., ____...................... says the state "is not withouljhave made that I wouldIhospilal last week suffering Salinas, son ol Mrs. Joe Salinas resources and elected official change." from jaundice and has since of Edn.i. of this state can provide a con- Johnson was questioned about failed to respond tri treatment. The youngster's father, Jose, stilutional scheme for electing another lively political topic, Ihe It was the third time in the a "brother, Domingo, who congressmen by districts lor the, write-in victory of Henry Cabol hospital this year for (he hard- was 17, were killed during Ixidge in lasl Tuesday's Repub-i living Behan, whose drinking Hurricane Carla when their primm-y inihouts ha' r. p.m. I-H Clul. 'rurtice Juilgijig. 7 I'ritfi lo be given iiwny. Show And C'lore n capacity crowd .if .snino civ Livestock Show Sunday. Hehrniiin. as oninmonialnr of Ihe (yle.s, described individual on- Y .sonihle-. fm tho jn the various elaso.s of ln-giiiiiors, for age group II nod under, (modeling .skills and Willises; ------sub-junior, for age 11 and under, (lf drossy school outfit; junior, ago 12, l.i and II, dre.ssy, school oulfil, .skirls and blouses; senior age IS, m, 17, p a r t y, dressy outfit and school outfit. Winners for beginners were Sandra Austin, first: Vickie Mr- I-'urland and Shirley -Sa.sJii, tied 1964 election.' Kirsl Time Carr said in his petition if the court orders all Texas emigres-: Mini Injured In (lac Crash Condition of a Highland Tex. Council, hut a legal counsel for ilbe Foreign Ministry, Kloy flon- Idolti, saiil Chiari had confirmed the aKrecmenl. Hem-delti snirl wnuM he no immediate public announce. but the unusual Sunday Dies in I.AKKI.A.N'O nu U.S. of Ni Sen .lean presidential primary in bouts have become-'legendary' house collapsed near Port Alto, man hurt in nn aoeir lent Sunday n, New Hampshire. i Several weeks ago he was found The surviving members of the m o r n i n g near was in The President said he believesdvini! bloodied in a Dublin family later moved lo Kdna. described fairly gourl Sundi sy sional candidates for Ihe 22 tlils properly strecl, apparently the victim of Cruz Salinas was a p; (.See Page 7) ivt' an accident. (ricts to run at-large, il will be the first lime the federal courts have intervened in slate elec- tions already in progress. lie also contender! there is not enough time to call a special session of the Legislature to re- district and provide procedures for an election at-large. He argued thai such an elec- tion would be "inequitable and depriving Texas citizens of fair DALLAS. Tex. mum penally o( death and equal representation in Con- of Dallas, deeply disturbed by electric chair, gross." r. cycle of historic violence in Under Texas law. the jury He added a delay in enforce- tnoir cty- disagreed Sunday sets the penalty, which could Belli Expresses That Ruby To Be Killed assoager attending physician .'l, .Sunday in a boat 'with 'Memorial Hospital. for I tie accident victim is Jack Avalris, employed as a helper in a Ifdiiston (r.dl firm, ffc; .suf- fered ii dislocated hip, lacora- tion of Ihe loft eyelid and cheek nn arid of IxtlJi Avatos wa.s piot-eeding toward Kdna from druido nhout IV30 a.m. Sunday when he .-.pparcnl- c Ivlosl control of bis IT.r, model 1ANAMA. 1> -sedan as it approached a one- bcion as tittle as a two-year way wlinn of the bighw.iy aver S7'Y 'IIIHTY TIC ll'l' suspended sentence, Ilivcr in t I I Disl. Atty. Henry M Wade frnm T1- car Ihe liridge, Dim pilal l 'an.sf iiouncc' relations. Mend OAS Action formerly resided in Panama broke diplomatic kjik. V relalinns wilh Ibe tluiled Stales Mead also was n formoi Ifl aflor rioting in Ihe cbairmiin of Hi, Canal Zoao which left 21 per Ommiissiim. sons dead and more Hum lit wounded Ho -------for second and Di.inni: liernhiird, vi l ithird Winners for siih-jimior school 1 oulfit were Sherry Ann llensley, firsl; (ioorganm-Jixoph, .second, Kla. K .Mario Winter, lames M, Mend third ik, died Sinirlay Junior t Irc'iiernl flos -love .li-nii UD-.M and of death was nnt nn- tic-il for sniind, ihird J u ri l n i also a former congress winners were first; Karen Xinuui-riiiriri. mid Karen (..-nvn-nce, third. U'imic] s for (iinirji- --kii Is and blniisr-s v.i'fi- Catlier Molal., M ,1 re Wao.nci. .second, :ind I'm d. Tedr-ral when his para- he jsAsking Sheriff pccted_ Monday lemperalurcs: justified in his case, and the local hospital later in Ihc day. America. nlci. _ was on hand to prvs, nt all con- lis vicious cily rn.p.h., shifting to northerly'for example- "I agree r their hands." I5 25 m.p.h Tuesday. Ex- verdict Tho death nen d Monday ow 46, high 78. jurv.s H.CCJSJOP South Cenlral Texas POINT-A-1'ITKK. (Jiiadelounc! saying the pi-o.sirli-nlial Servos. Mrs Kdnn .Jones P) President Charles lie would blown up. Tlic other Mrs. r'ninco Johnson of mile arrived on this French call, lo Ihc clncf at and in the Caribbean Snnfi.-iy Kicld, came just belon- the Maicus Hcriii...- was .l.r.cee .___ on route to a slate visil In lukeofl. sajmg a bomb was chair man of Iho is- wilh Ihc Maurilcz Memorial Hospital in Mexico on his drive to spread ahoard Ihe piano lie Mslcd by Mrs Hermr-s oming Monday night with a few showers east A little warmer Mon- Said E. L. Troult: fair Irial." Anolhcr man on Ih declared: II was a street, I think chute failed to open fully after Bnl Deckcr lo tako cvorv he ejected from his crippled jet. Dcckcr to takc evej.-y 'prc. Naval authorities said Lt caution. The lawyer added thai George L. Neaie, 20, stationed he has Ihe ulmosl confidence in lv cloudy at Pensacola N'aval Air Station, the sheriff, who maintained a chance of was killed west of Apalachicola. tight guard with 21 deputies at south........_ The flight demonstration teamithe courthouse where Ruby, 52, day and Monday night except was returning to Pensacola {was tried. turning cooler north "a" Bf'ne any f from an air show at West Palm Saturday, after a 23-day trial, night. Tuesday partly cloudy11 would have been i Beach. ja jury of four women and eight cooler wiUi showers near (0 mr laws- Witnesses said a companion men took (wo hours and 19 min-lflc coast. There were those, followed him down and contin- ules lo convict Ruby of Ihe Nov. Temperatures Sunday: Low who sided with Rel lo circle Apalachicola to at- 24 slaying of Lee Harvey high 74. himself wilh rage al Ihe vcrdicl, Iract attention. N'eaie's Grum- Oswald, a c c u s c d assassin of 'fort I, a v a c a Porl Ihe normally .suave- San man Tiger missed a house by President John F. Kennedy. O'Connor Highs at lawyer roared in court: about 50 feet, a city fireman' The jury speedily rejected the f-m- P-m. Monday; [This is a victory for bigotry. said. operator of a Dallas strip____ joint. Instead, the panel held Barometric pressure at sea Civil Hiirhtisls NEW YORK o however civil f" to New 1 a one will h turn neighbor a; bor." Murphy sail Quartet Pliiv ToniL'hl e .insanity plea of the a' 12-'03 P.m. Monday and Ron 'I worry Jack, we'll appeal operalor of a Dallas slrip leaser's a.m. Tuesday. .this and lake it out of Texas. Today's Chuckle Honeymoon: A vacation before going la work for a new boss. Agreeing wilh him in random "All Two tKimli threats failed lo fJaullo will leave bore Mon- tostanls w i t h for stop De Gaulle from starling rnorninK for Merida. Moxi- having entered the show, and out from Paris, Officials called and a preview