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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 11, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                Texas.......2tt Oklahoma 7 Syracuse ,'J9 i Pciin Slale UCLA........0 Army Arkansas Baylor cJS Tech ale Slate 23 28 Southern Cal. Ul i f Lexus Ao Michigan 17 Michigan Si. 10 Si anlord Uice Iowa Indiana 7 21. 20 Noire Dame .'54 Air Force 7 Florida.....30 Mississippi 14 Aluhtima 21 N. Carolina Si. 0 Minnesota 21 Northwestern 18 THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 15 119th Year VICTORIA, TEXAS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1964 Established 1IU 50 Pages Canadians Hear Plea For Accord Sonic Booing Creels Queen Vanderbilt Woman Dies in Auto Crash AIU TOUR COFFEE STOP Forty- six Hiers parked their planes for a 15- minulc coffee .slop at Foster Field Saturday afternoon before the last k'R of the llilh Annual All Texas Air Tour. The tourists came to Victoria ni'ler a flight from Palacios. The tour started Oct. 3 at Temple. In- cluded were fliers from as far away as Wisconsin. Victoria Chamber of Commerce has invited the group lo make Victoria an overnight stop on next year's lour. (Advocate Photo) QUEBEC (AP) Queen Eliz-j abelh pleaded in the tongue off Canada's French-speaking! separatists Saturday for "I for divergent points of view. I ,O11 I If The queen's welcome, though! V generally restrained, was' imarrcd by sporadic dcmonstra- jtions, boos and shouts of separa ;tist slogans. The first demonstration oc- curccl just after the royal mo- torcade arrived at Die provin- cial legislative building from the dock at which Queen Eliza- beth came ashore from the royal yacht Britannia. Student Chant i A crowd of mostly college-age I youths began chanting President .Johnson is steering 'Libre" (free Quebec) andjhis campaign through Barry booing. Police used night slicksjGoldwalor's home town Sunday push back the mob and swift- as the most confident prcsidcn- Jly hustled a number of apparent (ial candidate since Thomas E. FOR THK 1UIWS LBJ Heads Westward Salules Ban On Atom Tests Makes Stoolies Out of Pigeons JOHNSON CITY, Income Bonus Plan Cow Girl Wills Given Study Championship WASHINGTON (AP) 1. JL j leaders off in a palrol van. As the queen left the building, jafter addressing the legislature, group of about 50 persons set up the chant "Lei" Quebec au Qucbecois" Que-Jj [bcc for Qucbecei Uewey wcnl down lo defeat in: MB. j Johnson sees no real threat of an upset in j The President had a let-up Saturday al lhc Ranch. the queen from other spectators Treasury officials arc paying! increasing attention to a propos-j lxtil. al that would give a bonus to owned taxpayer who doesn't use any nr n, Dnrn REFUGIO Red Dog's Cow [lory of the fair J his' -axpayor who doesn't use any the legal loopholes. The plan, as originally ad- vanced by Sen. Russell Long, D La., would provide relief for of Bay Ithe grand champion mare in the' grew, however, until it drowned out the chant. Speaks In French The monarch, speaking hnpst entirely in French, said: "Between compatriots, al- hiul lie combed over details of cam-1 paigning lo come, lie received; Appaloosa Horse Show as lhe record-breaking 15th annual He- fugio County Fair closed here high bracket taxpayers who  me tax bill, Long broadened! ocl I revised it anti put il in Ihei T A breaks. To CIiMicralc Talk After trying unsuccessfully toj attach the proposal lo the 1W4 income la and revised it anti r. Congressional Record just -i IT fore Congress adjourned. WhileIJ. lhe measure had no chance of) passage al that point, Long ITJ obviously hoped lo generate! lA.e discussion. Secretary of the Treasury DouaUis Dillon and other lopj officials believe named the reserve champion mare, and Joker's Leader by the O'Connor Ranch, was named the reserve champi- on stallion. Jr.'s Boy, owned by Eugene Thurman of Wichita Falls, was points of view, without passion, respecting the opinion of others, weapons tests m the almos- True patriotism does not ex- l'hcl'c. outer sl'ilcc lllul oceans. named the gelding. Mere are champions in the mare category reserve champion the other division the customary daily briefings on- affairs at home and abroad; from his staff. i He got out some statements, One of them sulutcd the first wc I anniversary Saturday, of a; 'treaty, now signed by more banning nuclear: tests in the almos- and present llOO nations, BARTLESVILLK, Ok la. AP) An oil company says it has found a way to make sloolics out of pigeons, starlings and other birds. Even persons who oppose destruction of Ihesc birds, which frequently are a problem while roosting on city buildings, probably will have few objections to lhe development discovered by Phillips Petroleum Co. Phillips said it developed a chemical, called Avitrol, thai causes birds lo warn other birds lo slay away. Avilrol was developed after more than other chem- icals were tested first on baby chickens and later in the field. In a recent report, the company said that when birds arc fed grain soaked in Avitrol Ihcy make inovc- monls and voico signals that scare lhe unaffected birds from the area. But Phillips said the chemical works best on the more social birds those thai can understand mes- sages from their affected fellow birds. The report says Avitrol has been successfully used 011 blackbirds, cou'hirds, gracklcs, starlings, gulls, sparrows, crows and pigeons. But eaeh species presents a different problem and each must be fed Hie bait in ti different manner. Habits of a pigeon flock, for instance, musl be ob- served before selection of the method of bail applica- tion is made. large segment of a pigeon flock must be affect- ed, at least mildly, because of their lack of comimmiea- (Scc Hlims, Pugc IDA) patriotism elude the understanding of the patriotism ot others... "This country is the meeting place of two great civilizations, each contributing its own genius and quality. These qualities are not contradictory, but comple- ment one another. The full ener- gy and progress of the nation aiicli FORT WORTH Worth business executive 1W4, Joke Jack's Bucno.jean only be realized by the con- owtied by Earl Weatherford ofllinued cooperation of all sec- Corpus Chrisli; 1983, Joker's I tions of the community. Gasmen, owned by Gordon John- pasf Recalled ston of Longvicw; 1962, Joker's Mindy, owned by Mrs. Blanche O'Connor of Bay City; 19G1, Red Cow Udo. Here are lhc stallion division idea has merit but thov arc not (of the vast Mill Iron Kanch, spreads in lhe SoulhwMt. P- Leonard revealed de- champions: 1MM, Quanati Bait, owned by Charley Nichols of Three Rivers; Joker's Leader, owned by Mrs. Blanche O'Connor of 19f Jack Ryan of Corpus Chris- tails of the transaction, confirm- Tsfi-TTron Tl'orsc, "owned 77 nft-fic l... r owned Hand, committed to support Treas- of lllc mosl famous anA tunny technicians helped Long in drawing up the proposal. Thc lalcsl version of the retains thc optional method of he had bought acres figuring income tax which! M efate lhc ote ?Vti; has special inlcrcsl for E- The sale ended I Boots and Saddles bracket income taxpayers .jour generations of ownership Sealy; 1980, Joker Jack, owned and it adds some automatic lhe -lack of Corpus Christi. saving features (or middle and, i Puenlo's Leo, owned by Jim low income taxpavers Leonard did not disclose DiejAtkinson of Kcncdy, wns named Eliminate Gimmick purchase price of the top gelding, and .lok- Kveu under thc reduced rales wllldl stretches across Hall-cr's Flying Star, owned by Hyan which will apply in 1965, a sollUl o[ Estellmc and voted the best I960 gelding, ricd man who earns of llle Pcnsci Joker Jack also captured the year and takes tlie thc southern tip of.top honors iti junior reigning, deduction would pay a rale of Texas Panhandle. [and Udo took first place in sen- pcr ccnl on part of his income) A sma" portion of property jor reigning. (Sec PI AN Pace 10A) mto County.! Joker's Star IJ look first place ranch operation is direclediin junior cutting, and Quariah (from Wellington (Sec I-'AIIl, Page IDA) i The estate has '....._.. [ranch properties in Texas and other stales. Unique System The Mill Iron is the mosl wide- ily recognized of lhe vast hold- Mrs. L. Urban reporting ings that once reputedly includ- Ihe opening program acres. The Mill Iron Cor Currer Bell Study Club fenced into a unique sys- p.m. Monday at the home of'ten, of smaller units of about Mrs. C. L. Bielslcin Leslie acres each. Mucnzlcr recently elected pres-j Thc units were improved and. First Baptist Church of Bloom- ident of the senior class at Uni-'operated as a ranch with a herdjinEton versity of Texas College Pharmacy and his son I Aliienzlcr returning to the UofT Mill Iron breed was developed for another year in thc College1 The herd since has been dis- of Engineering The lliggsjpersed through sales into many Shcppcrrt in San Antonio and i of the top Hereford herds in the Austin for the weekend J United Stales. H. G. Anger.slcin using his own good judgement about when to T believe and discount friends U ITC'ClOT 1> Hilled "tall hunting tales" IV. O'Ncill carrying around TO I' JOJl IjOI'US numerous lists of items for a I l proposed trip lo Colorado JOHNSON CITY, Tex, Mr. anil Mrs. Alvin Martin President Johnson appointed Schrocdcr in town to lay Southern educator Saturday to some hunting supplies Al'direct the Job Corps, the major Wnrdiant proving to he in good [youth program in (he "war on voice in gelling the altontion a friend a block away .i Named to lhe post was Dr. Leslie Kirkrnilalil weighing the'Olis A. Singletary, 41, chancel- argument of when lo work and [lor of the University of North when lo play Friends gct-'Carolina at Greensboro, ling word lhat Phillip The Job Corps will provide who is back in Alice this yoar'basic education, work and Irain- as an instructor Graily Lccling for young men and women, in Medical Arts Hospital in will bo enrolled the Houston, where he underwentlfirst year and in thoji The world the President said, "on the first step to remove the threat of oblivion tlral tor two decades has stalked the earth. The air is elearner, (he world is safer, and the hopes for peace are a little brighter because of Ibis act of common sense. Johnson has taped sion a report Thursday night on progrc under the Ircaly. Whether Johnson was enjoy- Barry Calls for 4Test' On Court Prayer Rule SALT LAKE CITY, Ulanjlional amendment and erilimcd (AP) Sen. Barry Goldwnlcrtvvhal he termed "pie-in-lhe-sky" En Route To Reunion 01 Family Two Others Are Injured Neit, service trip lo family reunion in lior hometown of Hrownxboro ended it) tragedy Saturday morning fov a 47-year- old Vaiiderbill woman, Mrs. Jordan Adams, Mrs. Adams was killed in- stantly, her 15-ycar-old son, Robert Adams III, injured and it Baylinvn nur.se, Mrs. Kiilh Inez Padlock, was seriously in- jured in neat head-on collision of Iwo cars four miles north of here on U. S. Highway 5B at a.m. The body of Mrs. Adams, who had operated the Bob Adams Grocery Store in Vanderbilt ;along with her husband for IS 'years, was removed from the wreckage ot her car after two wreckers pulled it apart. Puncture Wound Her son was reported in good condition al Gulf Coast Medical Center Saturday night with a puncture wound' in his left side, 'and Mrs. Padlock, B2, remained in serious condition in Caucy Valley Hospital with fractures of her arms and legs and mul- tiple abrasions nud contusions. Highway Patrolman Hccvcs j'..- .JV..1. 1.....IJ llrn.lv lit: )y IVI LI I 11 t' f iped for tclcvi-isaiil Saturday night "the moral [promises by President Johnson. of Wliarton said the to the natioujfihcr of (he American people is The Republican presidential collision omirreil in the north- on progress '-ol ami toay" and candidate characterized of "'afflc in wllich The queen departed from her) prepared text to recall her olhcriing his let-up day was some- visits lo Quebec. lining of a question, because he "It is a great pleasure for been displaying a bouncy to return to Quebec, where on two previous occasions we have received a warm she Isaid in French. "You have thus continued a tradition of cordial bouyaut zest for hard cam- paigning and contacting his is no time to ban God from the schoolrooms. ing the people "a shopping list" lie called on Congress lo choose from [he programs Democratic opponent as offer- Ml's' 'railing. Her the question of prayer in public constitu- Police Find (hey like best. He said the Pres- ident "promises everything." In his speech prepared for delivery in the Mormon Taber- nacle, Goldwaler said, doctrine of lhe fast buck 'The Opponents of thc separatist movement have been generally during the past few ver, Quebec's E First.... (Phoenix wilh Sunday, he flies to Phoenix, Ariz. Republican rival Gold- -my water will be hiking the day off TfaC'C .nci.e J. I land cnllwl it appalling lhat lhe _ i Democratic parlv wrote a On (he way to appearances aljQf i rj jform "with no concern or 'Un- yf Long Beach and San Francisco, j V7I J.lxtlll f f. I ViMling Iliniiilnl Calif., and Las Vegas, Nov., the fAP> I n i i Ironically, she was en route resident will be drooping in at as lhe Caney Valley Hospital to car was burled into a ditch by thc impact. Mrs. Padlock was traveling south toward Wharton when her model vehicle veered from her lane into lhe northbound lane, Jungkind said. The officer surmised thai Mrs. Padlock fell asleep at lhc wheel because she had been on duly at a Baytown hospital from 11 p.m. Friday to l (See QUEEN, Page IDA) Today's Chuckle Ten years ago, the moon was an inspiration to pods and Invcrs, Trn years from now, il will be just another airport. I church in one of its mem- Police raided suspected pridcful a son-in-law who is a pa- outs of Castro-Communist tor-Goldwater in speeches at Spo-itient (here and also to receive hers Hov Elson who also is Wash., and chct-k-iip from physician at i_ KKlTlllpCu U.o. All' t' Ol't! Ibmnnntl on ttip (hninr'n Can C "CM for a life.for.a-bTelu.atVcople won't be fooled W f.; ransom. cxlnwagcnt promises and Phoenix expects a prcsiden- They si-atchod at least nation i.s troubled "deep in! lial speech at lhc airport. 'homes and apartments heart Johnson began talking this'success un n t! week in terms of "how }Vhcrc lle hns skippcdj ic hospital. It is the same hos- (Scr CRASH, Page 10A) (past [big" rather than "wlielhor" will win Nov. :i. He says he is'.Mjd 'going to rack up the biggest ,Was imingling vds verv much wilh i Baptist Planning Session ScheduiedalBloominglon id patrols clircV.ed all cars nf! Canicas for Lt. Col. acl Smolcn, -15, whose fate linked in anonymous !icmLrVfetWICoiigK'terrorist0'in'_ 
                            

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