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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 10, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                Victoria.....20 Si. Joseph 20 Hdison .......6 Louise.......6 W. Columbia 22 (lalhoiin......0 .....0 Gross Hdwards Woods horo Vorklown 6 6 48 llalletlsville 6 7 Miller 0 Paris Cuero 21 Beeville .....0 Industrial 14 Tidchavcn 12 Tascosa.....36 Georgia Tech 17 Monterey 21 J Navy ........0 THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE H9lh 156 Terrorists Kidnap U.S. Officer Oder Trade For Viel TELEPHONE HI S-U51 VICTORIA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 19G4 14 Cenls Mrs. Martin's Tacts' Challenged by Mayor Cily Seen lly TOM K. K1TK TOP Pfcil with was I''AT STIC Kit K. Nell (Sissy) IU, of Mrs. James of Woodsboro, poses happily her fat steer after the animal declared the Grand Champion nent to the accusa nucndos that she which he said iti CAHACAS Venezuela (AP) Telephone callers identifying, themselves as pro-Comrriuni.st teiTorisIs offered Friday nighl to trade Ihe life of kidnaped U.S. M. Col. Michael Smolen for' a Communist Viet Cong terror- ist under death sentence in South Viet Nam. Two callers told The Associat- ed Press thai Smolen, deputy chief of tlie U.S. mission to the; Venezuelan air force, would be! killed an hour after the execu- tion of Vietnamese terrorist Nguyen Van Troi. rive-Man Can" A five-man gang kidnaped' Smolen. a World War II pilot, at gunpoint as he left home for work at a.m. The chief of Ihe U.S. Air Force mis-j sion. Col. Henry Lee was wailing with his car al! .Iniolrn's door hut avoided cap-, lure by vaulting over fences and taking refuge in a house. The Associated Press in Cara- cas immediately reported the; calls lo U.S. and Venezuelan I officials. The paltern of calls! followed the style of Ihe oul-[ lawed Armed Forces of Nation-; al Liberation FALN after Ihe abduction of a U.S. officer last November. 'Propaganda' Venezuelan officials described the telephoning tactic as a typi- cal FALN "propaganda trick" to squeeze as much attention as1 mvrnv t, i possible out of the abduction. ditss was by Police and security forces were Advocate Maff Writer Mike Hlaschke. ment is mobilized in efforts lo bring Ihc HEFUG10 Ten-year old IonV Harden of Woodsboro The end of a long wail and operative efforts swift return of the American K. Nell (Sissy) Pfeil showed Ihc'nad (he fivsl place entry m considerable inconvenience is and th grand champion fat steer of (lie Class 2 of Santa Gertrudis en- most in sight, for residents on employes has been linden the Hefugioi'i'ies, while Guy Borden middle portion of Ben Jor-'ed by tlie.se reckless himself as a commander of Ihe county fair's Livestock ShowiChiss H. Deiuse Coward of street, Ihe city's FALN, a Castroite organizational 1Ilc Bounty fairgrounds. look Class 1 (hal has long sought the over- The award was a happy 01 throw of the pro-U.S. govern- for Ihc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ment of Venezuela. James Pfeil of Woodsboro. Last! He said Smolen was being >'eii1'. exhibited Ihc reser held hostage for Troi, 2-1, who champion. has been under death sentence The Junior division of (he for an unsuccessful atlempl lo s'low again drew more entri bomb a bridge which U.S. Sec- ami more spirited compctitii rclary of Defense Robert S. Ate-than the adult division in moslj-y which she may have peril- Namara was to use on his way classes. Ihe judging was ln Sam 'nenl lo Ihc accusalions anil in- 'Reckless' Advisory Panel Appointed Statements 17? rriio IT P. vor Lilv Hall Bond Issue Draw IMre J City Council named a Also Dave Lack, Joe Long, .society a truck formerly used her Advisory Council Friday McMillan, Claude Die cily dog catcher. Ho said 111 I 1 U'H'lK'.y (advise officials on Ihc proposed [thews, Jimmy Miori, John Os- tlie Iruck ''has no.lKKI miles on jcily hall bond issue program, borne, Victor Owens, Mrs. .1 o c it" and that title lo Ihe vehicle Pratt, Joe Rendon, Billy Hud-'would be retained by the city, dock, Otto Schuenncmann, Councilwoman lie-a Martin homas Sterne and .lohn F. tasked if any provision could be i jcily hall bond issue program, chose Dion Holm Jr., of jl.enU, Newlon and Co. as fiscal agent to handle the bond Advocate Staff Writer ;gntm. [Wood. [made "to take this back (the Alavor Kemncr Williams Jr was also fiscal agent for i Following a report from Cily, pound operation) if they can't FridaV challenged paving and drain-SManager John Lee, council hik-jdo the job." Lee replied that an liea Martin lo make Jed to the amounl of a condition had been stip- in an executive session "the' Keinpcr Williams Jr., joy il will make available to the ulated in the original agree- facls ivhich she may liave the Advisory Coun-lSix Flags Humane Society dnr-iment. sations and in- '1C "'at it would! ing the current year for that or-! Council tabled a request for has permanent group to Fa I Slccr of lliu IHG'l Refugiu County F.iir Friday. The perl, gaily-altirctl had Ilic reserve champion lasl your. (Advocate Photo) "lo eouncil on fnlurc st'a'iemc'iit cast asner- eapital programs. iij sions on the inlcgrily of all'city1 approved, Ihelcil aliolled lo the group of K integrily The action came al the end new panel will headed by Attorney Harry Maddin and in- elude Albert Dick, Mrs. Larrv ganizalion lo ciirry out ordinance to make Victoria pound activities which it reeent-ui bird sanctuary, which was pre- jly look over from Ihc city. Conn-'scnled by Mrs, William U. Bolin Mimosa Avc. last Angus! I when (he change Mayor Williams pointed out of a lengthy City Council sion when Williams read the fol- was made. llbal tlie citv already has ordin- Lee, who was on a committee Sauces which prohibit the firing wild Councilman .lolin Hereford Wins Ben Jordan 'At Refugio Fair Work Nfai- Completion Fred Duckworth, Mrs. Hicbardibauer and Citv Stock-jof guns and (he use of even Argylei.slingshots in the city, but Mrs. lowing prcpaied statement. nllmii or. Rea Finclunil. Mar-1McLacblan, said Ihe would Holm said thai "this is being un Aloiiuay, hepi. as, Garrison 'be used to hire a full-lime man done primarily to call it lo the Mrs, MaiTm, in an open jianlcy, liurkelto palro) the cily and pick up public 'attention." She added thai council meeting made stale-.Kjrkpalrick, Mrs. D. W. Kncbel.istray animals, and Unit Ihe cily.lhc groups she represenls which have cusl aspci'-c w K iwouUI also make available lo Ilic (See Page a) !sions nn Ihe integnly of all cily h............b _.___.................... h employes. Many innocent indi- viduals have been damaged be- cause of such statements Mrs.'Martin. The welfare efficiency of the cily govern-! officer. Thc first caller identified division of th himself as a commander of the County Fair's Livest e cy dent upon the co-t I n ft 111 is of all city em-: JH111111.1 e morale of said, "-Lontinues Barry, Lyndon Exchange Blasts WASIIlNti'l'ON (AP) Presi-ivoles, focused on foreign affairs bllccl .11SL; And in Iiuiuma niul Illinois, "Tlmrr U.JH II nrilviTfinil i i i 'Jt- l ill 1-1 er's nnining mate, lions while others have "eiensc de la Clarza of O'Con bv's entry, however, in the mid- dteweiglU Hereford division, won only fourth 1 Calvm Banks of Aiislwcll won Officials blamed the abduc- The chmnpion of in cnlomology. for "the N'orlli American pig." Neither call could be (raced. (See WORK, Page lion on Ihe pro-Castro terrorist Armed Forces of National Lib- eration FALN, which ap- pears lo be embarking on a new campaign of harassment against Ihe pro-U.S. administra- tion of President Raul Leoni and American interests in Venoziie- la. Venezuelan authorities or- dered mobilisation of all police forces in a massive .search for Smolen. Today's Chuckle High heels musl have lieen invenled by a woman who hail (iron kissed nil tlir. forehead. In junior Itlc, Kalhey beef breeding cat- Williams was first WEATHER After a moment of stunned'Springs left Victoria Thursday [lo continue America's children silence in the filled council for his home hut is also expect-'will have "a heritage of vio- j chamber, Councilman C. C. cd lo return. Hence and fear." Carsner Jr. made a motion Hint, Warburlon, a sister to; Johnson's running mate Sen. liic council "adjourn and goMrs Thomas O'Connor Kr., II. Humphrey, spoke in Volcr's (iuitles [Now Available Copies of tlie Mexico Border Secto Scene of Ashley Hunt C. M. Ferguson. Allierl ing World Series' games Mrs. Nora Greesnn in De Tar Hospital Frieda Davig gel- Ashley, a female (ing her automobile checked for, di.sappeared Tuesday a Irip to Corpus Christ! mcntal h( rfe. Hoiiidd Guyc home on leave from Nikcsile Easl Windsor, Conn, and visiting his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Guyc Airman 2c Domingo (Sonny) Jr., of Cannon A F B., N. M. on leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Domingn Florcs O'Connor Lows at p.m. Saturday and Sunday. High'at p.m. urday. Barometric pressure al decision was reversed level: ,'iO.ll. just four hours before they were Sunset Saturday: Houston man The clrcuil of This iniiHiunuun based on .'from the U.S. Weather H Mexican border hccn partly cloudy. Saturday and John Lee. who paced'ies. High Saturday nervously from the upstairs Temperatures Friday: High foyer to the council K, low back during much of the; Tides (Port Lavaca Port1 closed portion. ar, Newsmen and a cily HOUSTON, Tex. 'AP) Lcs- in a joint trial. Both were sen lie Douglas Ashley, 2ti, who heal lenccd to death Texas' electric chair by four hoiifs for his par in the slaying of a coffee in the cily hall coffee bar which joins tlie council cham- ber, and it was there that May-' V and C. TO. [Crwin due back from Kcx parly, was Ihe ls New rnicr.i: Thi St. Louis, where Ihey saw open- of Southwest hcc s service chairman. on winning California's electoral Thc VVidS lho general background and so in e specific legislative proposals of candidates of the Democratic. Republican and Constitutional parlies seeking slate and nation- al offices. Specifically. in an.swerinK League quostionairos, each can- didate was asked to .slate whai in legislation initiating Texas con- stilulional revision he would sup- is- poii and what m a j o r goals ho Football Crowds 5 Toward Dallas (Sec I'agc !l) impersona- mghl at San Antonio. Authorities said Mary Ixiu, Wiederkehr, '25, a voluntary patient on leave from the hospi- tal, was believed to be traveling with Ashley in a late model station wagon. Cora Lee llobbs, guardian of V Mrs. Wiederkehr, said slie felt NorveMcCauley beset with ,t hc ,din (hc problems thai were wearing his jnsl hcr patience a bit thin stcSfalhcr, Jamos Slcvcnson marking up a hirth-j Ayi.cs Jsaid Asnlcv was .itcrri. day and considering Ihc of whore hc said KCiglity prohlem of Ihe years vjolcnt paiicnls ftrc confined, behind and Ihosc hence formcr gjri frjend, Kay Await, president of Anchor now jn sUllc prison, expressed Club, promising lo be on hand ai liis escape, w'Hh oilier club members for, Ashley and Carolyn Ann the season ticket sales of thc'Lima, now 21, were convicted Trail of Six Flags Thealer lhan Ihrec years ago (or the Trail Trolly today in gun-torch slaying of Fred SUNDAY PREVIEW Theater I' rcvcw and Country Shopping Center Mrs. Selimi (lenlry planning lo be oul early today for Ihe U'liA on City Hall Square Owen Tones, -14, a Houston real estale man. Authorities said Tones was shot to death during a sex parly in his office. His nude and Dennis managing a whisper and'parlially burned body was found hoping to get over his cold and in a dilch. regain his voice soon Don, Tlie couple was arrested in .Scliustcrcil back al work af-jNew York City and brought Icr a reccnl appendectomy. 'hack to Houston and convicted MRKTfNG AIR TOUit Two Vic- toria planes left Friday to join thp 10th annual All Tcxa.s Air Tour for stops at Kingsvillc, Port Isabel, Sin- ton and Palacios. The tour will ar- rive in Victoria at p.m. Satur- day ;tncl will bo greeted by repre- sentatives of Ihc Chamber of Com- merce at Foster Field. Those rep- DALLAS (AP) A bizzarre University began arriving or Williams announced lo Ihc fever gripped Dallas Friday but Big D in force Friday. group after aboul an hour and learned observers predicted the Police Chief Jesse Curry data' IS minutes (hat the session had aberration would lie temporay sued stern warnings against would seek lo accomplish dur- i and lhaf (lie patient ivnuld re- violence and Ihe destruction of ing the next two or four years. cover stronger than ever. iprivalc property. He said a These replies are included in The fever set in as calm In- force of over 200 officers would the Voter's Guide data on each dian Summer skies beckoned (Sec CltOlVDS, Cage fl) candidate. Hie vanguard of more than out-of-town visitors to Big D for the opening of the Slate Fair of Texas and the traditional Texas Oklahoma I football game. An estimated half-a-million people will click through the lurnstiles of the big, colorful exposilion this weekend. The largest state fair in the world officially opens Saturday' as John Connally snips a ribbon al noon, It nil s Ibrough Oct. 25. On hand with Connally will he 10 other southern governors. All 11 will attend the Te.xas-Okla- Imma foolball game and Ihen fk to San Antonio for the. an- nual southern governors' confer- ence. Students and exes of Ihe Uni- versily of Texas and Oklahoma Trail of Six Flags Theatre opens Its new season nCNt Friday evening with llic first nf six performances nf "Aimlio Maine." Tlie productions is iowi'il in story and pictures in FUN .Magazine in the SiimUiy Ailvncatr. New C.ottsrrs iilioii I'hin CaUioun-Vieforia Soil Conservation District Itas sub- in iltr-d n now program and work plan along witli a memo- randum of nmltrslnmling lo Secretary nf Agriculture Orvillr l-'rrrman for liK signature. Details nf Ihr iM'u program atr incliiilril in a .Siimby rage Ilic local Iniaril. resenting Ihc chamber on the flight Friday and Saturday are, left lo Wos Simmons, Hobby Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gasche.The lour lofl Temple lasl Saturday and will end in San Antonio this .Satur- day afternoon. An invitation will bt; extended for an all-night slop here next year. (Advocate Photo) D.'ty in INDEX will IIP n Ijiji day for The Advornlr Sports f'.igcs, perhaps one of (Me tngncst days of Sjiorls fans tvill fhnl nil Ihc iiflion ;nul rotor in rcporls on (3ir of Ihc Olympic (James in .lapiiiu Oiinl of Ihc World Scries, (he Texas Oklahoma foolhatl in Hallfis a nil olhtr llu- Soulb Texas Hacc Association's fall Oiiitrlrr Horse nuuH in Oolind, and many oilier articles, phutus and fcutures.   

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