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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 14, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 1.19th 160 TELEPHONE HI S-H51 VICTORIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11 Governors At SA Predict LBJ Victory Only One Demo Dissent As Session Nears End Man: By HOY GIUMUS Advocate Slaff Writer SAN ANTONIO Eleven out of 15 Democratic governors at Ibis annual Southern Governors Conference had found themselves able by Tuesday to predict with conviction and assurance that the John- son-Humphrey ticket will carry their slates in No- only (mo downright dissent. The only positive dissent 'among the predominant Demo- crats came from Gov. Paul li. Johnson of Mississippi. But (even Gov. Johnson qualified his. IJI forecast of a Barry Goldwalon JL victory in Mississippi with the 'warning note that where the i Republican nominee once heltli Jan overwhelming lead his mar- gin has now slipped to no bel- lor than 60-40. The lone Republican among the Southern and border slate governors, Gov. Henry Bellmon of Oklahoma, was still clinging CORPUS CIIRISTI (API to Pojiaps a little' Sheriff's officers here, lhat C.oldwaler could' on a tip thai an attempt wouldi'101'! onto rto ,whjlt. wfs be made to assassinate safe llls Corpus Held in To Kill Established 1818 14 Cents Mrs. Martin Reneges On Lee Endorsement Won't Sign Harmony Statement Couiu'iiwoimm Chan "res iMiiul Officers (inns, Shells JACKSON COUNTY CHAM! (right) displayed the winning I'al son County Fair in tfdua Tuesday catelli of Victoria (left) was the Don Skalickv alf at the Jack Chai'les Mos- brenlc-r of the dent Lyndon Johnson here Sun-} day, arrested an ex-convict Louisiana ICdgc John J. McKeithen Gov. John J. McKeithen of and seized weapons and am- Louisiana was still of the lenta-i I 4 C" K miiiiilion at (he man's home.ltive opinion that Sen. Gold. iNiicccs Coimly .Sheriff John-! water held an edge in his nic Mitchell said agents of the, stale. But this opinion, Gov. Federal tircau of Investigation, iMcKeilben admitted, was a Secret Service and Treasury Igootl deal stronger a few weeks Department were en route lo.ago and he wants to get back Cui'pus Christi. [home to test Ihe reaction to the More Arrests !New Orleans visit by President' Mitchell said he expected and Mrs. Johnson last week more arrests Tuesday night or. Gov. McKeilhen was the only Wednesday. The sheriff said thclDcmocratic governor at the tip, source of which he would conference who continued to not divulge, indicated that the maintain a neutral position in intended assassin would pick invthe race for President a weapon from the man now in! Cov. George C. Wallace 990-pomul Hereford named Chief 111. Skalicky also displayed the grand champion tat lamb for the second straight year. He won reserve champ- ship in the tat calf class iti 19G2 and 191J3. He is a member of the Ganuda Club. (Advocate Photo) Ganado Youth Has 2 Champs Councilwoman liea Alarlin e.x- ei used "a woman's preroga- tive Tuesday and backed out on signing a statement endors- ing the administrative leader- ship of City Manager John Lee. Mayor Kemper Williams said! that Mrs. Martin had agreed during a special executive conn-( cil session Monday evening toj (sign the statement but then [changed her mind. Asked if (his was Mrs. Martin lold a that's woman's preroga- tive isn't it'.'" j Sought Iteslgiialioii j Williams issued Ihe following i prepared statement concerning tlie latest round over the city Mrs. Martin has sought: "The City Council at Mrs.lrri Martin's request has discussed: I I'11111'IH and inquired of all city depart-! mcnt heads on Friday -and day any facts relative to hcrj motion to fire John Lee. ClJltO council in special mid executive session unanimously agreed that NKW Shown above are three of the newly elecled officers of Ihe CUuidahipe Bnptisl Association, which were named at the annual meet- ing Tuesday at First liaplisl Church in Krotn left are the II.-v. Jimmie p.'isloi' of North- sidi1 Baptist Church, clerk; Kylo llardesly, layman, treasurer; and the Hev. James VerniJIlion. pastor of Baptist Temple of Victoria, moder- ator. (Advocate Phulu) athtub Baptists Elect Area Officers N viler :of Willow Meadows Baptist '1'llc Hpv. 'lames in Houston, whose lopic city manager, and agreed to is- KANSAS CITY Mo (AP) sue over signatures of all the llarrv S. Truman fell into a c p. 'aes councilmcn the statement as. bathtub at bis home in nearbv ot Baptist Temple of evangelism. follows: Independence Tuesday. The was re-elected moderator; Others who participated in lly JAMKS SIMON'S tcr his iffl-pouiul Southdown had "Thu City Council hereby ox- i former president, who is 110, iinmiil' meeting of the (.Sec BAPTIST, Page 01 AiivwalK Stuff Writer won him lop honors in the lamb presses confidence in the man- [suffered a cul over rigluXi'iiailalupe Hnptist Association Don Skalicky, a KKdivisiou. incr in which John Lee lias per-jeye, laccniliims on his at Firsl Baptist r his shattered eye-'Clmrch in Hloomington. j from r ......UK. of year-old Ganado High .School! The young farmer had shown .'formed the duties of city tnan-j eyelid lie v'lid seven! l bustling bantam-isliidenl, added two more grand champion lamb in Cooperation of all cilylglass w -i i u- Yr r who was so ribbons to his farm show1 IJKH and the reserve personnel is expected lo henuts id .to. President John-: winnings Tuesday by display- champions in both the 19C2 Detlcrmcnt of the! He was taken by ambulance list Temple in Edna, vice mou- numus ,mci scveial ivazi uni-.son s civil rights policies that1.ine the Brand chamnion fat calf ,J wdcilv." Hescarch Hospital. fortns were found peel's house. Also seized, he said, n (he sus Tuesday by display- champions in both the 19C2 that1.ing Ihe grand champion fat calf CVeiits. The names of against Mr. Johnson nuand Ibc grand champion calf entries in those years were I the Democratic primaries at the 15th annual Jack- were 3; three states, now declines County Fair machine gun an automatic pw-imakc any prediction on (he No- Skalickv tol. rocket launchers, outcome in Alabama ichief III w hand granaries and several higb-'Neither will he sav bow lie iii-'tier's circle about powered _ ;tends to vote. j _ HesawLVfficcra'aLlooki Th 'V'llirlorl Vlll about rounds of ammu-i Thc gov-; T nition, including armor-piercing1.01'110'.' "'ho Wll! makc I I atid (racer shells from Ihei, s- Ji'. of Virginia. v' Sheriff Mitchell told the Gov- Orval Faubus of Arkan-' K. Simpson, pastor of Han-' ple i erator; and the Hev. Jimmy had (lie day. A By Here Today .'oting in Hie Nov. i will begin County Clerk Val iced. II will con- diiririg office hours of 8 socialod Press by telephone lo i1l'on.t.1 tncj EDN'A Paula Hoi in c s, (he man was Julius" Schmidt, served a prison stretch for murder with malice. conference because of of Mr. (but he has long since dcdical-.Holmes of Vandcrbilt, Jed his support lo Ihe queen of Ihe HUH Jack- ticket and it is Coimly Fail' al coronation ceremonies held Tuesday nighl resentative of Central Power i ...m >u and Light Co., judged Skalicky's porters that she had no com- call police." session opened at a.m., the l" only, llirough enlry over Tex, which wasjment on the new Truman was rushed to session al shown by the 1902 winner, Da-lbul said later that "I still feel I hospital about p.m. and given "'fiht session al 7 p.m.! Huvjir said lhat invalids and vid Nordin, 12-year-old Ednajlhe same way." Asked if treatment At V .'iO Walhison of persons confined to hospitals Junior High School youth. Don-means she still favors Lee's rcs-itho hospital issued I'hi.s stale- Victoria is Ihe association inis-ican apply by mail for absentee glas Larson of Ganado won the ignation, she said "yes." imeiit: "While gelling into the sionary. .ballots, but the applications of throe showmanship! Mrs. Martin offered a Mr. Truman slipped on t'lc discussion in be signed by both Hie ap- awards. There were 14 calves.in a special council meeting on (the bath mat and fell session c e n t o r e d plicnnl and a physician. Upon after sifting. (Sept. 2H calling (or Lee's rcsig- on his riglil side- lie sustained :l rnoveto cooperate with receipt of (lie application, the Presented Hie reserve chain- nation but (he motion died for severe laccndinn over the Colorado district ctiiicenunpJtounly in the plot but was to furnish the gun to the assassin-to-be. Slates lie said other arrests were As for lbe other stales rcprc-, float reprc.r "coming up Tuesday night and'sentcd by their governors at the wa's ridcn 1 Wednesday, too." alpliabclically the ier> wns as first went like this: DELAWAItE _ Go' place entry. Float theme was (Si'i> TIUJMAN. Page n) Pass Tests DELAUAItE _ Gov Citni." The second place Carvel, a late arrival at was the one reprcsentinK !conference got there in time Carancahua and (predict lhat the communities which Toiluy's Cliuckie tesls in Austin Tues-'night meeting were j Humphrey margin in his .state; was Miss liolling be a bit narrow because! Judges were Mr. and Mrs. C. flanlcy of Fannin uproar, Donaldson and Charles Scott iniscing about (ho days wheni _ _ Hanley of Victoria. he ivas learning lo ride horse- back, and how his sister, Mrs. FLORIDA (lov. Farris Bry- ant, ending bis term as chair- man of the Southern osing ground rapidly wilh some seasonal a'Kl that the John- and Mrs. M. V. Sumlhr.fer hav- ticket is con- ing some discomfort wilh a cold rrw-A Mrs. Krelnncier en- c U1.''OHC.'1'; C'ov- L Sanders feels lhal Sen, Goldwa- countering a rat while unpack- 6 l first place, and Mike Novosad, of City Charter violations by Ihe a (iiinado 4-H Club youth. Be-icity's former right-of-way pur fore sifting, there were (i! en-Aliasing agent, tries including in the heavy- Clcnreil in lleiinrl weigiil class The agent, Don Alton, already I It was a big day not o.uy for jn I CHAMPS, Pugc fl) uf ;i three-member committee: which included Mrs. Martin. The report said the commit- lee found that certain transac- lions of Allon were in fact in violation of the charter, but be had acted without knowledge (Sec STATIvMKiNT. Page BioomiiiRIon Two hoys .seeking yard work found Ihe fifl-year-ohl widow with marks of a s e v e r n beating around her face about 10 a.m. on Del. She later told offi- cers she had been allackcd by an unidentified rnan about a.m. Mrs. Warburton was huspital- for several dnvs. Coliiinbiis, ICagle Lake, Day City mail from onlside I ho county Palacios, Ml Cani5io, Wharton also must file an application for and other cities. ;a ballot, and ibis appliealion Delegates from ;in cooperating must mailed from the ad- flnirches in Ihe association par- dress from which the person licipaled in (he meeting, which expects lo vote by mail, was the -Kith annual convention.; All other persons voting ab- Prmcipal speakers at Uie'scntee must du so at the clerk's Cecil office in Ihe Victoria County A InislKiiul is rrally liruk- eu in when tie can under- stand every worrl his wife isn't saying. -m -g Slashes Cuba, Sets Sights on Florida aviriR Sheriff M. W. Mar- .sUilisliciati for thc'cxccii- livi: of.lhc "i-Plist Abse.l-c voters are required (.onvenliim of Houston, lo bavo their poll tax or cxcnip- vlm on slate missions, lion certificates. MlSTAKUtM IDENTITY icct Thought To Be Ashley Cleared in Edna has equivocated his strong MIAMI, Fla. Cuba was taking of the its third.afternoon on a norlh-norlhcasl Tlle mon i Widely-sought Leslie Douglas About l.i minutes laler after I r i ICI Jlilh Ctlltj VUCHllid SI ft) HP n.i nm in i.ui liuuik SJll H NUi Ul-llUI I A ytlldt" 1-i t I L tf mg volumes of Shakespeare m stands on civil righ sand states1'lsbell flailed Cuba wilh torren-beating of the busy hurricane course of 7 m.p.h to at P H'-'ek, '''''i" shcnffs officors and her garage and coming "sec- fc rains howlinp winds and season. Howling winds, lorren-i Short-wave Cuban broadcasts six tllt' of persons "lc hospila highway patrolmen questioned ond besl" lo he! extent o hav- surf Thursday night, tial rains i-nd crashing wavcsiheard in Miami said Castro who le.sls J lh a girl the pair and consulted with mg several stitches taken m her Ln and the Weather Bureau said were hattcrine most of the west-'mindful nf hraw of Ihe Texas Ml" a other law enforcement agcn- paign demands and forehend Mrs. Sunshine heilrei Sinunons in Houston for a few days John Crawford getting 
                            

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