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Advocate (Newspaper) - October 15, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE JlOih 161 TELEPHONE HI S-H51 VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1964 Established 1816 3u Cents Jet Plane Crashes I After Pilot Ejects 'Parachutist, JTorii adoes Spawn ed 1 ihter I1 all I r Isbell in Florida Marino Okay, Hlanics Spin MIAMI, Kla. HUITI-JCuba, where finir were killed, near Palm Beach, famed winter icanc Isbell raced across thclcrops destroyed and al Icasl Playground of wealthy, i Everglades of south Florida persons forced from their 100 yards across a street. It WAK1C FOR. A DliAD PLANK These were (ho scenes viewed by residents of the Raisin area after a Navy jet fighter crashed a mile north o[ the com- munity Wednesday afternoon. Al tup a helicopter from Chase Field, Becville, is shown just ready to lift off with Marine Cadet II. J. Sewc! aboard. Below right Sewell's parachute is .shown still tangled in an oak tree, while at Icl'l bottom Die re- GESTURK FOR JOHNSON mains of the K-11 fighter arc shown. In bottom left foreground is the pilots ejection seat, which fell within a few 1'cel of the plane itself after it dis- engaged from tho pilot. Part of the tail assembly is visible just above the ejection scat. Nose of the plane sheared off part of'lhc oak tree. (Advocate Photos) Advisoi Governors Pick Connally 'Council LVs Conference Chairman j lllighwav, and within 200 of demolished more than a aged extensively al Fort Lau- 'of the 'home of Mrs Edwin lllc twisters, shooting nul [dozen (rader houses, hfled the dordate Hollywood Airport by Ischubcrl "le Ihe.rorif off a church during scrv- what a witness said was a tor- Mrs V'idys l.emke who lives'slorlu likc fl'Qm a 8'''nd- iws ''lew a house across a'uado. Two smaller pianos also ,on Co'lelioville (load and ,s ttoynlon Heach, road. were damaged, notified (he Victoria Coral Gables and The twister ripiicd throughj Still another twister struck al sheriff's office, set (he time effort Lauderdale. the oiilskirts of the town of Hobe Sound, ultraexclusive (he crash at p.m. j But Isliell brought nothing lo about while Ihe center of home of the wealthy north of Saw Parachute 'Florida to compare with hurricane was about !10 Paltn Beach. Another hit a mi- This was confirmed by jlr.'devastation she left behind down (be Atlantic Coast' (See ISIHCI.I., I'age 17) 'and Mrs. William Pagcl Uaisin, who heard Ihe ejection blast and saw the parachute i i blossom out. "I beard an explosion which 1 guess was the ejection 'Pagcl said. "Then 1 saw Ihe parachute. The plane com- ing down in a flat spin." A i I The plane indeed came down j AlTCSt in a perpendicular spin winch 'left no skid marks at all around t Top LBJ Electricity Vote Aide Quite protests A decision to use electrical iConlaetcMl by The Advocalc WASHINGTON (AP) Wai- nnwer furnished by al the.Wednesday 'ranged from a the scene of the crash. The ejcc-iter W. Jenkins, a top aide to new elementary school in High-1 "we're ditching hell" from tioti gondola, which is blasted'President. Johnson for Iwn doc- Estates' is apparently [Trustee George Shields to a "no away from seconds subs, was and bringing down the wrath of cer-k'ommenl" from Trustee C. M. tain taxpayers upon tho heads of [Ferguson. after ejection, fell within a tew again last week al the YMCA on feel of the aircraft itself. morals charges, police records Struck Tree j showed Wednesday night. The plane struck a scrub oak [White House announced his Comments c the Victoria Independent School Board President Alex T. Ha- of Trustees. jjian said, "There have been menls of board members two or three pretty vocal people nally, new chairman their state's in November. int! lukcw-irm re'iclions should have left il al fatigue." int, ic.iLlioiis !K. held if wo can eel all the 0UO." he told a bystander at the; I chased for 1 Wednesday mwlinfi Monday voted at Ibe livestock auction of the '-2 in secret ballot to award innly Pair. ''ifihls to after an Kdna was llicji'Plii'al by Uiggs Shcpiierd. gcn- jeral manager of South Texas iul reserve cham-lK'ectric Cooperativo. Inc., to avid Nordin the rights In the Victoria bought by El Cooperative. Shcpperd Exchange. the school dislricl could champion from SK10 to S.WO a month pounds and shown using power furnished by as bought by i the co-op, ric Co of Kdna' Hugan .said the board has the [lateral and was released. Young's reserve aulhorily to reconsider its dc- u first instance, on Jan. weighing 2M pounds, at a tailed meeting, pro- Scwcll's parachute wlsn tan-, the nave long been observed in Con- hopi crahc governors' caucus, ami his qualities ot leadership upon ...'I an-r governors at (his crnor has been honored in the sa governors at (his doubly conference. Without saying so in 1 so many uords, il seemed ______ vious that Ilicy look advantage of this opportunity I., pay trib- ule lo !hc- man who lias slun.'l Today's Chuckle AlKMit lic'iitniks: Anyone resembles Alie Lincoln tan'l be all hail. Ian. Claude Matthews, Jimmy ____ Miuri, John Osborne. Owens. Mrs. Joe I'ralt. Joe Ken- don. Hilly Uuddock, Otto Schuc'n- iicinan. Or. Thomas Sterne and John Wood. report sweeping Airman Dean Mntson duo home on leave today with his V. grandmother, Mrs. I'.iicille Stoii- er Matson of Mission Valley Mrs. M. lieinhard to cell- 'm lu LIU- MLilll JJiJ.S SlOH.'l 0 A -fWt B s 'Nonviolence In Award of Nobel Prize ing Washington placpic for showmanship, issues of this nature." s White House is Kenneth Smign was "corlain hoard mem- i tonight that the ...................n..................... trying to suppress a another for onislanding hu.srncss or profcssion- news story affecting the ing swine. Hill Shaw of reasons don't like to jcopar- se.curity." George fi.iwon the flood HovisekeepinR diw their cminecliuns or rcla- While House press 'See VOTK, (7 said (hen, when asked1 MiOGRIMS PARADE .about liui'di's statement: v he's talking confident of Ihe President. IfMII 111 Kecily, traveling with Johnson on a campaign foray into York, said that Jenkins "who has been suffering from ex- treme fatigue for some time, was sent to George Washington Calhouii9s Largest Fair Gets Under Way Today OSLO, Norway (AP) Dr. King is Ihe American and American passing on Ins satisfaction with land lOslales, Supl. C. 0. Chand- In announcing the lillil winner his pullets' egg production -ler said Wednesday. of the coveted award, Ihe Oslo George Garver having a busy T, siiuuesled names re Institute said Wednesday day Gillicrl Jfclnar re names ic rr .sinking international of lhe tion of the cause and strugglcj ln of thc> American Negro for .1 t. _ r v vi, n'k-( rr of 'I-II clubs and FFA en- Gene Garner, selected the Cal- New York, While al 10 a.m. Kxhibils County Home Demoa- T, lhp Woman of tho year, ami busy they don't take time lo the city. restraint, and majestic courage High low -H. twcon the Uaccs. jfor Hegion XVI. jFair Queen lioose- Carol Sue Mclcalf Sharon llnm- visit likc they used to Uiamllcr saul all entries; must Of millions of gallant Ne- Tides (Port o r t Kins, :ir., had been rumored ns1 The tryouls will be held aljvelt's PTA ducking board, which crick, Carolyn Toalson, Susan S o n i a Caslcllanos displaying signed, and must he in the grocs and white persons of good O'Connor l.ow.s al an award candidate for months.'Victoria High School, with Wil-iwill place county, school and Toalson and Jan Walker fondness for sweels C, I., form of a letter rather than a who have followed a nonvi-.p.m. and a.m. Friday, High He will receive the .Nobel goldlliam G. Raskin, school choral'service club officials as ducks. The fair parade, set for Fri- Ilcvvill, oldest charter member telephone call. All letters should.dent course in seeking to eslah- a.m. Friday. :mcdal and diploma and the cashjdirector, as contc.sl chairman, for target practice, a pel show.'day at m a.m. has 57 entries. Over students in Ihe ninth-old fiddler's contest, by the Volunteer Fire through twelfth grades at Vic- j show, fine arls show, Jo-Jo, the Department, il will include Ihe toria High School will compete, iclown, commercial educational, queen and runners-tip, out-of- of Ihe First Baptist addressed lo him al the a reign of justice and a rule Barometric prcssu marking his 03rd birthday yes-, School Business Office, 1GH love across this nation of .level: M.07. terday Palrolman GordonjN'orth St. lours." Sunset Thursday Young having a very busy clayj He said deadline for entering! King snid (he prize money sunrise Friday (U3D. at se apprize, which this year is 'in Oslo Dec. 10. p.m.: King began his civil rights and so having lo increase hisi suggested names usual nnon day fare, jWedne.sdny midnight. bciwoiild he spent on the !rights movement. imrise Friday (U3D. crusade from the pulpit of Dcx-', Winners in this contest will agricultural and community ex- town floats, Matagorda Air Base ler Avenue liaptist church to another high school choir Guard, four bands, includ- I'JJU U.n. diner nillL JU it.. i .T .tit i i I iMonlgomciy, Ala., in 1955. contest scheduled in December, iccit, alonn (Scr. FAIH, IJago 17)
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