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Advocate (Newspaper) - October 9, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 155 TELEPHONE III 5-1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, established Victoria Bank Deposits Rise By Million Two-Year Upward Trend Hits All-Tiinc City High Bunk clcpcxsils fur the Oct. 1 call continued an upward trend of more than two years duration Uy u new ail-time high for the city of S120 7IJ7 This was almost million above (ho June 30 total 'and well over a million above set on Dec. 20, the previous all-lime record Booming o nr i r Irade Lilts its The previous all-time record was lasl December. All four local banks register-, ccl gains over the mid-summer; call, and three of the four1 showed appreciable increases in deposits over fall a year ago. Total resources of local banks also reached a new peak of' as compared with; By Till1. ASSOCIATE 1-HrSS The booming Texas economy W" SCt lhe DoCl M nding a crest of confidence iiv 1U'S011'YS wcrc spired by drought-breaking Sen- f8 }T lember rains, has reached nelv heighls as reflected in the third-; I quarter bank call Victoria Bank ami Trust Co.' .and First Victoria National 'Bank wcre neck and neck in "deposit gains over the samel a year ago. both showing 18 Cents Man Jailed Here After Gun Melee At Bloomington 2 Charges Of Assault Are 'IN KEATING Rifle ShoLs (.lose (o Hoy Three Suspects Pass Test, Freed Record high deposit totals were noted in rnanv cities al Iliongli (lie high mark usiiallv comes al the end of the year ui, vuv; vnii.1 UI llll? VUal i R. P. Dobcrly board clnir million man of Ihe Texas National Bank cl'0ils.e ovcr October. 1S63, Com-; of Commerce at Itouslon said mci'ml National Bank showed I the figures point to population, morc thaivl business and income expansion while American Bank! Dallas business observers Colnrncrco was down slight- lerpretcd the ever higher depos-ily from a -vcar its as evidence of good economic bealtb showed substantial Cheering Rains rosollrccs- Bankers at Abilene Denton Vlc Bank and Trust Co. ami Fort Worth said statewide1''0' deposds of rains lasl month created a as ,COrnpa, wl S p.m. in Healthy psychological effect U, Jo i compared KVKN l-'OU Vic- toria Counly Democrats used a sym- bolic Democratic donkey named Jezebel lo help in the formal opening of llieir campaign headquarters at Main and Forrest. Above, left to right ,aro Slate Rep. R. H. (Dick) Cory, Hist. Judge Frank Grain Jr., who cut Ihe ribbon of- ficially the headquarters. Herbert A. Wischkacmpcr and Slate Sen. W. N. (Bill) Pjitimm of Ganado, and, in Uic foreground, Jezebel sport- ing her Lf3J campaign hat. The donkey belongs to the children of and Mrs. C. K. McCan Jr., and Mrs. MeCiiii is women's cliairman for the ,1'oUnson Humphrey campaign in Victoria County. Upwards 'of Democrats gathered at the head- quarters for their muster and formal opening, with most county officials and proeinet officers on hand. The Democratic campaign in Victoria County now is officially in lull swing. (Advocate Photo) Three more suspects wore, returned home. He said he did eliminated by lie detector tests not know when Altec would re- Thursday as the full-fledged in-ilurn. vesligalion of (be mysterious! Rangers Jack Van Cleve of boaling of Mrs. Blanche and Frank Horger of burton, of Bloomington, con-iCorpus Christi remained on com- ,lowcver lo assisi local my employe was arrested at M. W. Marshall snid! Hanger Quincy Lowman, Jlar- jhis Bloomington home men, all Victoria shall and other local officers. lay afternoon after according! County rcsidctils, wcre held in Mrs. Warburlon meanwhile 11 v SIMONS Advocate SI lift Writer L. A 57-year-old retired a, lo o fleers be weul berserk and fired eight shots a rifle Wednesday iakoi, Thursday night and Ihcivcontinued morning lo condition i, rsay mornng o e- .several of which barely missed; of Safely liead- 'l t' i, I o elMrges of assault w.lh lo improve in her and was reported "anxious lo go home." Her assailanl left her for dead cconom throughout (he Tex There were a few decreases, however. A Corsicana banker slimmed up the situation like Ibis: "Short cotton crop and cattle A 1L' V 'cto Right-of-Way, Bird Care On City Council Agenda will meet lo eliminate starlings I a delayed scssionlolhcr birds which might consti-l'icrs i a Icnglhy agenda'tute a heallh menace, but only'lils i right-of-way ac-i aftc.r cilllinK a meeting with mceti ttminriim, s.ue _ as "The Leagi s by Deputies Olio and jjmmy Kubccka. They wcre re- at -I a.m. Saturday after break- ,11 cnl lo murder and another] leased from custody on Ilieirling inlo her home and striking 'n 1L fBI'ayale" f saulljreturn Thursday night. her repeatedly wilh his fist midle upon female were lodged) Another person had passed aUout her face and head. She against iMigcne R. Odom who polygraph examination in remained in her home un- was calmly coaxed into sur- rendering by Highway Pnlrol-i man Buddy Means as four! and released loaded rifles and shotguns ancli Capl. Alfred Alice of Ca a machete, all belonging to the Springs was missing from [suspect, lay nearby. Odom was being held county jail Thursday night. Sheriff M. W. Marshall said no bond had been sol in connection city council will meet lo eliminate starlings Monday when three lllc cases. a delayed scssionlolhcr birds which might consti-l'icrs of the council were in Dal-1 Target 'I--- -i! I Mo .11 i o i i LIU n- JliiO UIJLII UlLdUlU tU V day and iMarshall said he had (description of her assailanl. annual1 "1C Bv'nfi''0, which proved In Tuesday. Marshall for six hours until two have been iiilciTogatcdjyoiing brothers arrived lo in- quire about yard work. Because she wasn't wearing the her bearing aid or her glasses, line-up of investigators Thurs- she has been unable to give a Cuero Approves Retirement Plan up a Icnglhy agenda'tute a health menace, but allcnding the 52nd from right-of-way ac-iaftcr cilllinK a meeting with'niceling of Texas 'such organizations as "The league. or bullels could bo Wltmlc Protection. Society, the Garden! Mayor Kemper Williams Jr exploded in front of I One of the top items on the. Club, Hie Bird Club, or the UH-: also will ask council lo approve a. '''il1'01' occupied by the i IC-point agenda released Thiirs-'mane Society." !a citizens advisory council off (Sonny) Weaver family Bank, day will be discussion of ne-1 The item is listed for "about 25 nersons" lo advise r'11.1. lo in-' ,'.t" "''st earned v on lar-l riirin ir >l'e1' montr- Employes who make of Qdom's action i An ordinance put-: 11 'ung all city employes in 0 as compared with HANKS, Page II) "-I-J. crop in slered economic conditions 'Scc Major Conslruc'lion I T From the same part of Ibc l_J'OWUS .13111 slale, bankers at Orange were1 reported highly optimslic. Three major plant construclion announcements have been made! at Orange in the past month A I Bob Axclson of Ihe Leader said. i A high level of new construe-- lion also was cited over much of "EI'UGIO The 15th annual1 the slate. :Kofugio Counly Fair began Henry Clay, president of Ihc! a" estimated First Rank and Trust al jamming Ihe .streets for said construction loans were al lnc opening downtown parade s. an all-lime high. as perfect Indian Summer I.callers Optimistic weather prevailed. Business leaders of Jim Wells1 Later in the evening, the fair- County lv op iations with Southern only, and no Te'gisiativejllic council ''immediately oii'lbe nlway for righl-of-way nceded'action is expcclcd at (lie Fri-'cily --.t Ihc extension and session, postponed from' Navarre Street from Boulevard to (Avenue by the Slale Highway, Department. 1 Cily Manager John t.cc said [Ibis property, where the street .crosses Iho SP Irack al the old freight depot location, is the last parcel to be obtained, and will clear the way for the high- way department io call for bids on the work on Nov. J5. The question of wildlife pro-: lection comes up from Mrs. ri trailer homo while Odom a volley of shots over it and nt-lSyslcnl wiis unanimously adopt-! :cd by city council Thursday ing for (he city for any reason, 'ame cf- Icmplcd (o crash his way insidci I by hacking at the door willi lh.c machete, acc-nrdinr in 'cclivo immediately following! per month will only pay lllc rirst Any employe who quits work- machete, according lo Marshall, who said (lie machete was pur- chased only Thursday. Mrs. Weaver was knocked down three limes as Odom! GOP Forces Charge Organized Heckling miy. w. w. hilgore who i'i........" i.y rim ASSOCIATED i-HE.ss Yarborough, Democratic complaints from Ural headlines in sl ,0 !leckling of lhc four-rccoUiTeml'cd'bv and vice JL. including being fired, will be paid back all money be has pul into the retirement fund, plus jinacle demands Ilicr husband foi1 her to ge outside, said -mediately ils passage. Council also adopted revised personnel manual e ''cr cml "I'wst. An cm- leslablishcd llic retirement who.8ncs to work for an- oilier municipalily thai uses Die County Ally. W. W. Kilgorc ivho ;'jat 65 years. _ ._ may w'orkl ex.; on a full-lime bask fnr Ilir- a be declared 'mlnS I A ton good this year of the Fair Association cilie-s whprc bank de- "'o crowd that filled the irm'n nl i___i_ 1 ivnclnr-L- llCaltll Municipal Retirement full-lime wi" bc. nhle u> lakc until (hey are 71) years of age llls with him. health ccrlificatej. A feature of Ihe TMRS plan heallh officer, arc 'K long-time employes who by Ihc cily otller retirement quah'fica- agcr and have permission mily retire afler paying city council. Ihe TMHS for only one Persons ovcr 70 years ilinvever, these employ- be put on a retainer us would then have to wail an isuUants, bul time worked II months before they ilhe city on this basis' will nol'start getting retirement pay. icounl toward retirement. Minimum qualifications for The retirement plan, are Ibat an employe scribed earlier by city manager have 71! least 15 years service (See THADE, Page LIum, nidi inieo me barns, (he exhibition lu-aun hall and ihe midway was a rec- ord-breaker. The fair will continue Friday and Saturday. Friday's schedule includes judging in the junior livestock show al a.m., a Quarter Horse show and judging in Ihc agriculture show at Ju'lging of the adult beef is. h. McManus, ill al-catllc al I p.m., Quarter Horse Victoria Hospital, and Mrs. performance classes at 2 pm CJinslinc Ilannig pinch hitting a talent sho wat p m and for her on Ihc telephone com- a rodeo al 8 p m mil oc for the Pilot Friendship Following Thursday's parade I'orrnsl Dovinney re-, judgin" was held in" the iiminr lance also sels oul ing out under which the spokesman department could lake Today's Chuckle filior. (Ippiii'tmcnl manager In cuKloiner: "Vcs, we have a wide sclcctton nf loafers. I'll see if can get our. tti nail nil vmi." lo campaigi While'Republican FlyW of people turn- slalement I hey cause a revul- Wc.JVC w ,lnvcl..s .r nill Harrison as a minimum and have atlrained an age of al to boo Goldwater, the h-v bul left after findinp nobody wi" COKt lhc cily (id. Also, any employe against the ill-mannered, "onmly lo monthly for all 65 with 2H years of service may ..crious heck- lsh- type of Tip- Olh'crs ir, neighborhood ".ploycs- ;relirc regardless of age. ling incidents on Goldwaler's- issues ,including Mrs. Isabel Concholai 1Thc (pla" ,for em-j Council accepted a truck bid Texas trip, but Lubhock police: I" both Lubbock ami Rl ami a man, whose last c, thrcc from Weber Motor Co revealed later there had appealed for Demo- was given as Licerio, wcre earnings. Weber bid was Ihe lowest two anonymous telephone crafs to leave their party. IJejrcporlcdly threatened "'CL' pcr (JL'nt wlil l7lk- after Dial a shol would bc said il had become a parly of ''Those people down there taken at (he candidate in Lub- socialism and only by voting ,Wcrc very fortunate thai nobody bock. No such assassination at- Hcpubhcan could the of were rcporlccl. '''cxiis show Ihcii1 opposition to Marshall'commented. Marshall said that Odom was afler Weaver because JIB was accusing him of stealing corn from him. Ife said Odom (old [of hiding near his corn bin dm1- INDEX lenipls Jn Austin, U.K. fSrc CIIAKGK, f'agr II Johnson, Goldwater Swap Phantom Campaign Blasts the move lhc shadows thai sucl, .scandal.s a.s Jiillie .Sol Kstes whldl n" vard Hobby Haker casl over the to Placcdo While House ilsclf." tjlc sl'ofilinf! a bid of from Duckcll Motor Co. was rejected as nol having mel specifica- The bid price on Ihe 1H6S model truck included a Iy57 !.'n trade-in. A third was re- (Hrc CUIillO, Pygc II) Icn blocks from where Odom resides ncnr Ihe inlcrsecljon of (Highway 1H5 and Johnson Road which is better known as Farm Itoad filfj which School District Given Property by Alcoa rnmimiinn Brasher of Inglesidc; WASIIINGTO.V CAP) Presi- son said in Cleveland: "U is lhc move V coria flnntn n U) Carolyn Taylor of Bcevillc. Johnson and Sen. Barry altempl lo .shift inlo rcve lo te at K o'n Right barrel "thcr when we are going ,JMC. Hallctls vieI lioh nvhv m (Sw U) o conducting phan- faslcr than we have cvei1 gone While House ilsclf. Sat iivhv o hi camPaigns for the prcsi-before. We won't do that." r Sis Hti! day S-The Tral (i'cre WKATHER ihaT-wcl--' prop- supplies in storerooms across WLAAHLK I''-- Car ahffgood fishini tt iw Ilic hoanl awonlwl BAT Con.! Payne slated identification Airs James a' nm state o Texas and told a'through Saturday. KaslerlyjMMIcr was issuing a statement. 111 I IM'C.S WoilUl I) slruclion Co. of Porl I.avaca the and clircclional signs dcsignal- i Tat the Nashville, Tcnn., saying' J contract for drainage around ing the shelter area will bo S of Zrse no W I e "'K" Johnson's drive for re-election Mrs. Frances Hadach of Ihe central office building. .-reeled within the nest few course nol on the held edge that .scvoial South Tcxaslt.es lo deceive Iho nonnlo 82. low ffl. ,is Salle suffered a broken collar The company's bid of days in accordance with in- Her said thai in Ihe bone Tuesday afternoon when on a :iO-day completion was Ihe slructions issued by the U.S. s bc Iras visited, "I know slit! reportedly jumped wilh hen low of Iwo bids submitted. The Corps of Engineers, Galvc-ston is a rising lide which wil! small daughter from a Construction Co. of Vic- VJiilrict husbanii. loria submillcd ihe second bid In other aclior, the hoard1 T, Thlirs-