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Advocate (Newspaper) - April 28, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 354 TELEPHONE HI 5-1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1964 Established 1615 20 Cents GOP Pushes Presidential Poll in State Goldwater's Cause Cilccl By 'NIK PRESS Texas Republican senatorial candidates stressed the import- ance Monday ol Hie May 2 slate FOR PRIMARY' GOT poll. presidential preference Local Candidates Report Expenses Dave Whitlow has reportediexpenses of with no pending more tlmn twice asjfiifts and no loans, nuch in his campaign to win Doran Cornelius, the former lie Democratic nomination (onchief deputy running (or sheriff listrict attorney of the 2'llhjof Victoria County, lopped the Judicial District as his op-ilisl on expenses in preliminary lorient, Dist. Ally. Wiley filed locally with County "The rest of the nation is go- ing to be looking at this pri- Jack Cox, Republican, told a news conference in Aus- tin. "A resounding vote ol support for Barry Gnldwaler in the Tex- as republican Primary will practically insure his nomina- tion as the Republican candi- date for George Bush, Republican, said in an E] Paso statement." Write-ins Count The GOP primary poll, which will not be binding on the Texas Republican delegation to the na- tional convention, will present the four announced candidates on the Nelson Rockefeller, Margaret Chase Smith and Harold Stassen. How. ever, slate OOP officials have promised that write-in voles for unannounced candidates in- cluding Uichavd Nixon, George nomncy, William Scratiton, and Henry Cabot Lodge will be counted. Clerk Val Huvar, for the Demo- Whitlow reported expendi- cratic primary, but exceeded ,ures of to the Secre-Tiis opponent, Sheriff M. W. tary of State in Austin in his'Marhsall, by only a few dollars, irelirninary statement for the Cornelius listed his total ex- "irst Democratic primary clccXpcnses thus far at as U.S. CofC Audience Cheers LBJ Billion Profit Seen WASHINGTON (AP) Wave after wave of applause from a predominantly Republican audi- ence greeted President Johnson Monday. Some came on his pre- diction of a profit year and liis promise of "re- strain! and responsibility" in government but he drew noisy endorsements at dozens of oth- Ruby Due Jury Trial To Decide on Sanity tion next Saturday, mainly for] compared with re er poinls. newspaper, billboard and by Sheriff Marshall.! Some delegates of the advertising in the six counties More than half of the Chamber of Commerce and of the district. The candidate; by both candidates was ac-jtheir wives interrupted with ap listed no campaign conlribu-j counted for in their filing fec'plause or laughter, or both, tions, but reported a loan of for the primary, times during Johnson's lively, from the Victoria law; In the five-man race for I hour-long speech, firm of Whitlow and Cole, of county commissioner of Pro- Personal Triumph which he is a member. .cincl :i, Martin A Huber led u was a tvi K (or Dcm. Cheatham reported campaign! (ice LOCAL, Page 5) andi sonsjng it, Johnson strayed far from his prepared text to regale the busi- nessmen with Texas-style quips and anecdotes. His forecast that I9G4 would bring industry billion in prof- its, after taxes, was given in a long extemporaneous passage, in which Johnson noted that profits were billion in 1052, McLendon, Bush Leading Spenders Itu 500 delegate votes committed with 655 needed for nomination. The California primary, with no write-in votes counting, is June 2. "A resounding vote of confi- dence in Texas will have an ex- hilarating effect on Gpldwaler's effort in California, giving him that state's 86-member delega- tion and within hailing distance of the 655 Bush said. Goldwnier Victory "I wish more effort had gone Into promoting the presidential preference Cox told the news conference. He predict- ed Goldwater will get 70 lo 75 per cent of the vote despite local campaigns by some Republicans to get write-in voles for Lodge, Nixon and Scranlon. Sen. Ralph Yarborough, D- Tex., who is seeking re-election, said his Democratic opponent, Gordon McLendon, is advocat- ing doing away with all federal agricultural price supports. "This would he the greatest dis- aster to agriculture since the depression of the Yar- borough told a San Antonio breakfast group. Abolishment of supports "would corrupt Texas agriculture, drive farm- ers inlo Ihe cities and lower the population of 100 Texas he said. Asks FBI Check Later, Yarborough told a group of San Antonio college students thai he has asked the Federal Bureau of Investigation to check on reports that Yar- horough received from BiHie Sol Estes in 1980. Yarbor- ough has denied getting such a gift from Estes. He said he asked the FBI to enter the case because "such statements about Estes1 money and assets have never been re- vealed during the voluminous in- vestigation." McLendon's office in Austin announced that he has received the endorsement of Rep. Joe Kilgore, D-Tex., who once was reported a prime prospect for the race. However, Kilgore can- celled campaign plans because of what he said was pressure from the White House. "Texas needs to be represented in the U. S. Senate by a man of Gor- don McLeTKlon's courage and independence. Texas needs to be represented in the U. S. Sen- (Sec GOP, Page 5) AUSTIN Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Gordon McLendon has so far reported the biggest expenditures among dales' expenditures included the second highest total, by George Bush. Others are Jack iled. the biggest expenditures among Cox, Millon Davis, ish said Goldwater has about Texans seeking statewide offic- 10; and Robert Morris, es, reports to the secretary of state show. The reports show transactions through April 20. McLendon showed payments of His opponent, Sen. Ralph Yarborough, D-Tex., spent Republican U.S. Senate candi- Gov. John Connally has out- pent his opponent, Don Yar- orough, nearly two-to-one. Con- ully spent Yarhorough, In the Democratic congress- man-at-large race, Robert Bak- er leads with debts of lep. Joe Pool spent Dan Wood Named For Honor In New York Royce C. Wood, chairman ol the Board of Groce-Wearden Co las been appointed a member o: .he Advisory Committee aiid ar lonorary member of the Boarc of Directors of the U.S. Whole sale Grocers Association. The appointment came at las week's annual convention of !h< grocers' organization in New York City. Representing Groce-Wearden al the meeting were Wood and his wife; Joe Ed Wearden, ores- Sullivan spent and Bill "ilkins spent Railroad commissioner Jim Langdon spent and his billion in 1962 and bil- lion last year. He seized Ihe opportunity press liis attack on poverty, tell- ing the businessmen they can iclp make "taxpayers out .ax-caters." Mounting Hurcicn The President said that de- spite the rising level of profits and prosperity for millions, the poverty of many Americans is "a mounting burden" of relief, medical and police costs. He said that racial and religious discrimination is costing the na- tion billion in outpwl each Possible Commitment To Hospital Foreseen DALLAS, Tex. fAP) Jack jsaid Ruby Iried to fight him oar- Huby, described by his lawyers lici' Monday. "I had lo call in as n man whose "mind is fall- '.'if. raW'i lo calm Tnna- ing will Ret a jury trial WH S'1K1' lo determine if he is now insane! Monday's hearing wa.s and should he committed mental hospital. to a defense motion that Rubv be im- only Democratic opponent, Jes- se Owens, spent Lt. Gov. Preston Smith report- ed gifts of and payments ADDKESSES OILMEN The Victoria Chapter, American Petroleum IiisUUUc, heard an address by Rear Admiral Frank A. Brandley, left, commander of the Naval Air Station at Corpus Chrisli, at its regular meeting Monday evening in Jayccc Hall. Shown with the visiting officer is Walter New- man, chapter president. (Advocate Photo) year. More costs are entailed in fighting the effects of poverty elsewhere in Ihe world, ho said, adding: "If you don't remcm- nevablc" idenl, and his wife; and Frank- lli2: deficit of His only Democratic her anything else that I tell you opponent, Albert 'Fuentes Jrjhere I want you to re- reported gifts of and pay-1 menls of Agriculture Commissioner John White reported gifts of of and debts of His only Demo- cratic opponent, Millard Shiv- ers, reported gifts of and payments of The reports include: McLendon: Gifts loans payments lin Wood, vice-president, Franklin Wood was elected president, of the Young Execu- tives Club, which comprises the junior executives from the par- ticipating national wholesalers representing the U.S. Wholesale Grocers Association who are un- der 45 years of age. Ralph Yarborough: Gifts 262; payments debts George Bush: Gifts loans payments debts Davis: Gifts loans 500; payments Morris: Gifts pay During the convention, Frank- ments tii___t (7nv flifl t; s'J" lin Wood also served on a panel nls of Cox: Gifts loans entilled "Marketing Concepts payments debts the Future." Wearden was a panelist on the subject, "Coop- eration and Coordination in Food distribution." The over-all theme of the con- vention was "new concepts deal- ing with self appraisal and the future along with product space allocation." Connally: Gifts pay- ments deals Don Yarborough: Gifts 244; loans payments Baker: Gifts debts Registration Set At Si. Joseph. Registration for next year at St. Joseph's School will be held from to 11 a.m. and from lo 4 p.m. Tuesday and Wednes- day in the high school office. Registralion fee is loan debt. lullivan: Gifls payments Pool: Gifls payments Elkins: Gifts none; payment Langdon: Gifts loan payments debt Owens: Gifts loan payments debt Keep Eye on Soviet Fleet, Admiral Tells API Ground Russia could cause the Unilcd'has a new confidence in wilh various types of member this: "If peaceful change is impos-jslatcK considerable emharrass-'hc said. "We clearly .should not'.missiles. ible, then _ a violent change is in Mse war at sea, members and guests 0, lllc victoria mediately hospitalized for men- In response to a request for a lal treatment. Judge Brown .sanity trial filed by Eva u- lltuby's sister. Judge Joe Tonahill said Ruby's mental jlirown said he would begin is "worse than il has ever paneling a jury al (he firsl suit- ten- Wvc get lhat boy able dale hospital before hc perma- Texas law requires lhal a himself." judge hold such a trial if the dc- Fllei1 Statement fcnse asks for il. The judge said hc was bound Huby, who banged his head proceed lo a sanity Irial after against a cell wall Sunday, sister, through the dc- puarcd pale and shaky at attorneys, filed a "state- hearing Monday. An abrasion imcnt of present insanity" re- the of a half-dollar could he garding Ihe 53-yoar-old former seen on the top of tiis la-ail. club operator. A psychiatrist testified Hint; ll incumbent on the Huby, 'the slayer of accused defense al the Irial lo prove lhat presidential assassin Lee is insane. If they succeed, vey Oswald, believes his wl" lw committed to a slate wi'll result in the slaughter! institution. lhal will bring dealh to 25 mil-! Should stale hospital doctors lion American Jews. I later decide Kuby has regained Huhy believes hc is "the Jewlllis sanity, another sanity trial responsible" for the imagined hc required to legally slaughter, the psychiatrist il- adding lhal such hallucinations' On Motion triggered his apparent suicide The next immediate develop, attempt Monday. mcnt the Ruby case will Defense lawyer Joe Wednesday al a hearing a motion for a new trial. The defense has issued .10 sub- poenas (or evidence and wit- nesses, including Disl. Atty. Henry Wade, Police Chief Jesse Curry, two jurors al Cio Ruby murder trial, and police officers 10 testified [or me slate. Dr. IxHiis Jolyon West, profcs- of psychiatry at the Univcr- Isity of Oklahoma, said at Mon- day's hearing thai Huby is "ob- viously psychotic and should be hospitalized immediately." West the 'potential sub American Petroleum Institute! were tokl Monday evening of Iho another story. All the ovi-jnavy offer the traditional threat Rear Admii'al Frank A. Brand- deuce we have points lo the fuel lo seaborne commerce and pos- ley, commander of Die submarine fleet bombardment of our coast- Air Station in Corpus Christi. (being very "lies, bill their mis.sile-firmglNov. 22 (marines pose for us certain I examined Huby. 'problems nol encountered before Huby was sentenced to death navy is; Navy. .S'ot only docs their i in Ihe electric chair March 14 for Ihe shooting of Oswald two days after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Gave Assurance The President gave assurance lal he means business about utting government costs, clos- ng unneeded military posts and cavalry eliminating _ ess federal workers. "Although they have had no'with Ihe advent of uuclear-pnw- ari; "I do not accept the viewpoint jeombat experience al sea si in either side, lhat business and I think it is fair to sayjlho luiclea ;ovcrnment are inherently hos-jthal Ihe present Russian Navy'powered suhinarinos ile hc said. Constitution Hall was jammed or his unusual UK; (Uivcm high Maryland. In his suit, Ash-
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