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   Advocate (Newspaper) - April 29, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                118th No. 355 Yarborotigh Witnesses Deny Gift Senate Scrap Fizzles Ovi I By THE ASSOCIATF.D PIIKSS The big guns of the torrid Democratic primary senatorial and gubernatorial races took over TV screens in much of Texas Tuesday night, but a Sen- ate scrap failed to fully mate- rialize. Radio Executive Gordon Mc- Lendon postponed until Wednes- day from p.m. an answer to a statewide telecast made by Sen. Ralph Yarborough. Earlier, he had said he would answer Yin-borough over an El Paso station. Tlie senator Tuesday night appeared with two Pecos, farmers, W. J. Worsham and J. B. Kirklin. Roth men said they were with Vat-borough throughout his Pccos visit of Nov. c, I960, and that no one gave him Lie' The 1000 event was a barbe- cue gkven by Billie Sol Estes who said he gave Yarhorough McLendon has quoted Esles on Hie subject in Eoveial speeches Yarborough said hej THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE TKLEPJ1ONE HI 5-H51 VICTORIA TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1964 Established 14 Cents Lodge Wins attle of Write-ins Massachusetts Backing Solid BOSTON Cabot Lodge won a thumping victory Tuesday as a favorite son in the Massachusetts preference pri- mary write-in for the Republi- can nomination for president. Lodge, a former senator and head of the U.S. mission to Uie jUnited Nations, isn't a candi- idate for the nomination. He is .U.S. ambassador to South Vie! Nam. Lodge nol only walked away with the write-in on the Republi- can ballot, but also scored a surprising number of write-in preferences on (he Democratic ballot. His Democratic score ran ahotil 10 per cent of lhat of President Johnson. GolriM-ati-r Swamped The slate of Republican dele- gates at large favoring Lodge {swamped a rival slale presented by supporters of Sen. Barry Dead Man Found Floating in Bay TAKEN FROM HOSPIT4L v... ..m, i; nullltll] UlU CIIIH] of the return il." returned lo the nursery. A weary father spoke those The child was born in [lie hos- Weary Father Pleads For Kidnaped Infant CHICAGO _ care! woman said the child had lo be.tion in the hospital neighbor- I tjie rntnrn ,1 i_ ______. i words Tuesday. hood. ___........___...... .__ The hospital does not lake! ,pital Sunday. footprints on newborn children.> He lioped Uicy would be read1 said he col only Pronczak baby wore a i----t_.i bracelet on one wrist aring In El Paso, McLendon said! Yarborough had called him a' liar and a bankrupt. In nisi Tuesday night speech, he! PRESIDENTIAL L1KT President Lyndon John- son is shown Monday on White House grounds as lie lifted pet beagles, by ears, say- nig it s good for such dogs lo make them yelp. Tuesday the howls lie heard were not from "Him" and "Her" but from Society for the Prevention [Goldwaler of Arizona.A comp- c Icated ballot in KlttnaPer lake care of the coding was Y early indication of Ihe results in said SerT i i i XFJ 111. an ui ii u uui uiiiy rt L -----J ir hcard--and the few minutes sleep ditrina 'the I "race-let on one v. i'oman who kidnaped his new- night. He prayed, talked witti a antl bracelet bcai rarn son from a hospital. priest and wailed. name of molher and c "I jllSt Want to Dlead for HIP InvpsHmitnri: hurl !'le Other. J Last Seen By Friend On Beach Hoys in Skiff Discover Body of Jesus Nuncio, :18, of Houston, Lodge, however, seemed to be in a fair way to duplicate his ol Cruelty to Animals, American Kennel and National Beagle Club. (AP Photo) Club Earlier in Abilene, McLendon! told an Abilene TV audience j (hat Yarhorough "in effect dug his own political grave." He saici he would not have men- tioned tlie alleged Estes-Yarbor-: ough financial dealings "unless- the senator had forced me into it by filing a formal complaint: with the Federal Communica-j lions Commission against oitH (McLendon) radio stations, ask- ing the FCC monitors into HOWLING DISSENT reporters, "She should give him the for- m a fair way to duplicate his ?lle, s, glvc feat in the New Hampshire pri- mula> no saicl- mary of last month, when he "e refci'rcd lo a woman who scored an upset victory in from bis moth- preference poll and captured all icr s arms Monday in Michael LBJ Treed By Dog Lovers 11 delegates to the national con- vention. Under Massachusetts law del- egates are not bound by pledses [Sen. Leverett Saltonstnll, who will lead the Massachusetts GOP delegation, has expressed confidence all 34 will vole for Lodge at San Francisco if Lodoc becomes an active candidate' GOP Returns The Republican returns from of precincts in the I preference poll gave Goldwaler !93t; Lodge Richard M. Reese Hospital. The mother, Dora, 28, said the woman wore a nurse's uniform but lacked a nurse's cap. The who was last seen alive Mon- Invesligators had two reports of a woman carrying an infant from the hospital on the South Side. A laboratory assistant said v he saw such a woman get into Chicago tx a blue station wagon occupied by another woman and a man. A cab driver said he took a woman and child from a point near the hospital to :i5lh. St. and Union Ave. A force of 100 policemen and FBI agents searched a wide area near that intersection The hospital makes photo- graphs of infants in (he delivery room. Copies of the photograph 'xiby wore distributed lo ago policemen. Ttic offi- cers also received copies of apo- lice drawing of the abductor, based on descriptions by (tie child1 y monlinS by a friend, was found floating face down Tues- day at the entrance of Smith They also scouted for informa-lchildren Harbor in the downtown por- tion of Lavaca Hay. Tlie body was discovered at p.m. by two 13-year-old boys, David Ghiselin and George Wunderlich, who were riding in nv tna lhc arca on a skiff. Ghiselin's mother and others who had seen moillcr> Mrs- lio-" Ghiselin, who 'id- wns on Ihe bank with her two a machinist, and f.mal'cr sors. notified aulhori his wife live in a three-room at- !cs rom a nearby service sta tic apartment on lhc Southwest Side. They have no other Connally Backers Conventions ga vu 1.TULU WUlcl (radio stations, ask-i WASHINGTON CAP) The i a chorus of dissent arose from Lodge Richard M.1 By ROY GKIAIFS ,C lo send federa yelps of dog lovers over the veterinarians, a spokesman for "2; Nelson A- AdvWe S (M to Texas" to prevent yelps of presidential pups hoist- Ihe Society for the Prevention of Rwkctcl1er 26H: Sen. Margaret "r'tcr from carrying sto- ed by their ears were left un-! Cruelty lo Animal T officials of Chasc Slnilh of Ic-mal l ntlnrtnrj Cert Ann rtlfl .........____l i ullilllnl.T, UUItlUla Ul rtn. _ T-._______.... thplr v.nlp ,n '-llr'e Entire Relationship "By law, I had to answer Yar- borough's McLendon sililL "This loft IJJP nn jut not unnoticed [the American Kennel Club the 11lc> ncmocratic write-in fig- llie While House. iNational Beagle Club and ures from lhe samo Precincts Johnson mentionedlothers. Johnson Alt. Gen. it Krt __ _ 'Kcnnpdv IjOdge 1 Oil. answered but not Tuesday at Ihe fact (bat be had lifted his; Ttie forces chal- by the ears and held them up so an Associated Press photograph- er could take a picture. Then, he said, an Associated Press re- Of Boy, 6 Church Group" [porter "wrote a story about my o e I bets Mectme i ui_i, iiidu uu JIULI 1JLLUU JUS Wnon Tnhncm said. "Ihis left me no beagles, Him and Her bv nf ihr n live hut to record the entirellhe ears Monday. But whereas'mUlce onT Wnmrn in ril most of the big names Estcs Yarhorough relationship he said it was good for the dog, to !ln the Massachusetts Ropubli- m order to make the proper-------------................................------- defense." McLendon said he is forward-! Win ing to the FCC in Washington iO 111 I JT Udi the video tape on McLendon's Saturday night speech in which T lie presented two men who he; 1X1 said were witnesses lo the 000 Iransaclion. Yarborough has called the reporls of the gift "an infamous lie" and said he has asked the Federal Bureau of Investigalion to investigate. FBI Keeps iUmn An FBI spokesman in Wash- ington said Tuesday that the agency had no comment on the mailer for the present. Both Democratic candidates (Sen GIFT, Page 0) Absentee Voles Total 247 Ilei-c their vote in Saturday's Demo- cratic primary election and in- suring precinct convention sup- port for Gov. John B. Connal- ly occupied the attention of a course of history, the Democra- tic Party has provided t b e stability, justice, honor and in- tegrity necessary for the unpar- alleled growth and prosperity of our great Stale of Texas. "In keeping with this great and glorious tradition, John iy ULCUJXUU UJK aut'miOll Ol a u.miiiun, closing VVictoria County our governor and the fast of Connally c a m p a i g of our party, has brought workers Tuesday morning al the lo our stlltc tlle inspiring and xi rnoiXrtnoiViln Infln ______ The President was smiling when he said it. (The AP photographer who A damage suit w a s look lne Picture said he made filed in 135th District Court no Tuesday by the mother of ne The national treasurer of the United Church Women will be a Victoria visitor Friday, speak- v. .iuiu iiv, M i jv-ivjj i 101 LUi i. i V st for such a shot, and ing at the May Fellowship lunch- simply photographedjcon of Ihe Victoria United if An Thn ft TU A-orkcrs Tuesday morning Navarro Restaurant. Confident of a substantial margin for Connally as the Dem. ocratic nominee in lhe county's vote Saturday, the final pre- election meeting turned most ot its emphasis toward organizing the 31 precinct conventions Sat- urday to produce county con- vention delegates and resolu- tions favorable to the governor. James A. Hunt, the Victoria attorney who is chairman of the Connally campaign, introduced response eaership neces sary to meet the challenges o our changing society so Ilia iiiuMuiy oy [ne motner ol aj ojnijuj ut uiu viciona u n t I e a nmnany campaign, mtronuccfi six-year-old boy who was went on- The Ap story re-1Church Women. [Harold Leon as chairman of the on April H when he was wlla( 'laPPcned included She is Mrs. Ernest Hoellke precinct convention committee by a car in _. on Farm Road south of Inez. 'lien rie WHS stl IICK---- e junuutjij fron! of his homcilhe ot some dog fanci- ol ad three who werc critical of the L: inui VJ1 IIIL'A. !----.....s-.iv Mrs. Paula Lopez Garcia filed'Ulc cars-> President for lifting the dogs by the civil court action against1 White i.uu.-.i Glen Humphrey Jr. of Reedy the driver of the car that al- cr there was any White House struck Raul Garcia. ;reaction to the complaints of j .Mrs. Garcia alleges thai the lovers, jaccidcnt was the sole result >f "I of Buffalo, N. Y., a native of Little Rock, who also serves on the National Board of Missions of the Presbyterian in t h e 1 Ul UIV." I 1UMI House press is active i Jeedy was asked wheth- (American Bible Society. A graduate of Ocorgc P e a- College, Nashville; Agnes and Leon passed out kits sug gesting the organization and procedure of the conventions for each prccincl. The key resolution outlined for adoption by the precinct con- ventions would combine expres- sions of whole-hearted Demo- jScoll College and Tutanc'univor- cralic Party support for both haven't heard from them ,Mrs- is a Pa s tjPresident Lyndon B. Johnson el" he said "I've heard ,Prc.sltlcnl- of ttle United Presby- and Gov. Connally, making it every Texan may look forward! hurt. Five Perish In Ship Fire MOBILE, Ala. (AP) A flush fire in the hold of the aircraft fcn-y vessel Cnia- liui killed five shipyard workers Tuesday. The vessel in ilrydock fur rniilinr rrjiiiir.s   ccnls Junior High School coach, to! (Sl'e CITY. Page 9) he lhc pool manager again. i American Ued Cross will use1 Tod-tv's T the pool in the mornings for its I______' ion. Seen on Beadi Nuncio's friend, Elisco Mor- ilcs Garza, 2-1, of Edna, told "alhotin County Sheriff D. B lallibtirton tbat he and Nuncio Irank beer together at 10 a.m Monday and that he saw Nuncio igain at about n-.W a.m, at he downtown beach area. Garza, who was being held il the sheriff's department Tues- iay night for further qneslion- ng, told officers lhat he hunted 'or Nuncio at 4 p.m. Monday but failed to find him. Justice of the Peace Frank Kelly began inquest proceedings at the scene and later ordered lhe body taken to Victoria for an autopsy. It was taken lo Victoria by Rcndon ambulance. The body had been brought to shore by Robert W. George and Marry Waldcn who were at the nearby service station when it was discovered. Slept nt Simp Nuncio came lo Porl Lavaca with Garza lasl Thursday and worked in a bacbershop oper- ated by Iliiario Gucvcrra at 131 Gumiahtpc St. through Saturday He spent Sunday night in the shop and rented a room on South Nucces Street Monday morning. Identification papers found on the body indicator! that Nuncio served as a Navy seaman until June 3, ig.ie, when he received an honorable discharge al Camp larri.soni Tcx- He was born Nov. IK in 18, 1025, in Yorklown. Assisting Halliburton in the nre g.fn She. Hiorl hy iiin !_ and Citv ,fy the" city undc the same policies antl pric-i Pwlm as last year. Pric-' Absentee voting had been con- ducted in Huvar's office since April 13. Dorolhy Frols pulling her own; name mil of the proverbial hat] 
                            

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