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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 24, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                Victoria Kingsvillc Tidchaven Louise 12 13 0 I'lasl Bernard 27 likminingioii 6 Carroll .....17 Kay........IS Edna Industrial Ali e 21 0 20 14 Tali Cily 29 Caihoiii'i 20 Brownsville 22 San Bcnilo Houston Cuero 12 High. Park 20 Garland llallellsville 8 Galena Park ,'M Texas City 33 Ganado 0 A 11 en 14 Marlingen Branch 34 Aldine 12 THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 170 GOP Hits FBI Probe On Jenkins TELEPHONE 111 5 VICTORIA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, 1964 In Campaign WASHINGTON (AP) He- publican campaigners declared i Friday lhal (be FBI report on1 Waller W. Jenkins leaves ques- tions unanswered about Hie: resigned While House aide and reveals laxity in government security matters. In California, GOP presiih-n-i lull nominee Harry Coldwatcr' said the reporl may clear Jcnk-i ins of damaging any national secimly interests bul it doesn't clear the White House of laxity. And Republican National Chairman Dean Burch declared, "The report conies as a shock In the American people because it reveals a In.x security in eovern- menl." lie said .Johiison should address the nation to "clear up for once and for all this sordid Jenkins .scandal." 12 Cents Maryland Riot Rumored A l- Tl -j At Jrenitentiary uelled Parly Healer On I of Sigh i Quickly i -tiwip'ye arc Don McCleary, who raised lhe flag to Oorije Mont-fee bugler; William Carr and Delbert Domstcad. Sam .sophomore class president, quoted excerpts from Hoover's- inaugural address relatim; lo education. Campaign Focus Hoover's on Texas airv; MOSCOW (AIM lieporls [lireulaled nniong diplomais 'Friday that Mikhail Suslnv, lhe! (Kremlin's lop expert on Ihe' Soviet-lied China dispute, is beading a peace mission lo Peking. i There was no confirmation, f i C'rr'J J f "I' o o i and some diplomats were skep-ilVJo AIL- Z-O-7 (lieal. Hut lhe tall, gaunt, so--------------------------------------- lemn-fentiired man who has made a reputation over Ihrcc decades as a Communist party troublcshooler WHS conspicuous- ly missing from public functions the Soviet capital. Misses Funeral Suslov failed lo appear among (either party honor guards or Oistric, ;-S, rcliicf rs vicS 'was killed in a plaiierrasii Sul1 Villlfiy cllll) (lay in Yugoslavia. i The district includes Victoria, City To Host Lions Meeting HOOVER TK1BUTK Some 75 sUi- cUmts and instructors at. Victoria Col- lege gathered at a.m. Friday near the campus flajj polo for a brief memorial servier for Herbert Clark Hoover, the 31st president of the Week-Limn I'rolic i __yilile'' Slates. Piclured, left to right, The GOP vice-presidential nominee, Rep. William E. Mill- er, campaigning in New Jersey, asked what has (he F1U got except Jenkin's statement? He said, man can say today that there has been a leak or. i pi n i v i i lliere has not." fffi I ft fltt I O'VTl J But an assignment lo (ry to] FfSI Director ,1. Edgar lloov- "I JL -_- jsmoolh over relations between or, after a week-long inquiry; rpze-tunB's regime and s'onf and speeches iU I alKl Widlilii: WASHINGTON ,AP> The'10V'S "f cS n ctforl The COP standard bearer remains of Herbert T1 Uyalty host lo (he Yorklown Lions m< in iiw minimi- mteicsls volcrs away from Ihe Demo-lalready announced his sixtlvclarl 'ears' Suslov coiuluctcd noon to Jirjinitig susximi, wliicli will include Guards Are Freed Unharmed Fire Skirled In Ccllhlock JESSUP, Mil. (AP) About IIKI slate trnopers marched Fi iday night into the Maryland House of Correction and quelled .1 riot in which nearly half of Die inmates took part. About a dozen guard.? who in lhe four-tiered cell- bouses locked themselves in cells and were rescued un- harmed. Two inmates suffered he ul injuries when slruck by debris. The state troopers were led into Ibe medium security pris- on, about u; miles southwest of B.iltimoie between Washington, U and Baltimore, by U. Col. Gwirge Davidson, state police chief of operations. lie said of the rescued men: 'Frankly, Iliey were very glad T JLi Sate UIL groups 01 me A communist for all but Ki ofjtwo Victoria clubs for an aftcr-i5 to followed bv an eve- UK, s years, Suslov conducted noon of entertainment to be ining session, which will include L'c IK Mrs. Johnson accompanied fue-dvapcd casket moved on purges for Stalin in held at Totah's Motel and Kes-ja dinner. Hill iu Tunnel !by Ibe wives of three cabinetlCaisstm to tilc Capilol. Thei1933- was entrusted with the taurant. A cocktail hour will be District Gov. William Stein One of the rescued men was members, will spend Saturday riderless re-eslablishine Soviet hold at the country club from! (See CITY. I'ago u> John F. Folkcr He said he was with rider's boots rev- ;lll'hority m Lithuania in UM4. He commuted between Moscow, Warsaw and Dudapesl during the Ranch, rse, EH ijiv_- UO.J west of Austin. Sunday il. and Republican cam-'nol.icrs aml c headquarters exchanged ,nrol t T r 1 ictav nynr iinlitirvil lnt_ {'.rod Family President Johnson and Polish and Hungarian crisis lad First I.ady, who had gone lo Union Station lo meet discussed Communist idcol-i fimeralUigieal problems son leaders lo gel them signet; which Ihe bodies of Abrabam'charges aml'later lo a word war Lincoln nmi .umn V duslrv-bv-imiuslr Port Committee Clears jCily Judge of Leniency Ol-; charge was tn-ougiU by llc lras rescued by Governor ,iic cAi'ci copies Codwater mentioned Jenkins of 'sugge.slcd editorial' and Henublic-nm -.skrrl for the first tune in a campaign letters- bciiiL' askcit speech, saying Die FBI report ulcd from Jolinsoii I him did not "clear up lhe mailer campaign headquarters iii in JS careless disregard for security said a slalemenl bv ninth, 1 an ant Coun- procedurcs which is so obvious-'state GOP Chairman Pcti-'r'   family and friends Mrs. I., hastily trying lo correct an error in date, since Ibe Tri-Dancc Club first event is tonight at !i p.m. at Mam- my's Cafeteria Mrs. Kind l.cc. Tracy voting absentee in lhe presidential election from A chartered bus will lake in Tokyo. 'Hie .slight, dark-haired Torn Jerusalem, while on tour of Lu- lerestcd Victorians to Corpus! I am a young man. I here is jn Tokvo newsmen be was a boat rope and Ihe Middle Christ i .Saturday to bear an ad-imorc freer ahead of me in ......----------------------.builder and planned to go evcn-i Harry .Maddin receiving sonicjflress by Sen. Barry country America many; XWIT1 i TII tually to Sacramento Calif t.... said Andras 11 J Kovac.v, who said he left his' 24. who finished fourth in homeland because he was District William .Stein (Sec CITY. I'ngc 12> in Section 10-2, on the second tier of (be east wing, when he saw the outbreak erupt. He sought refuge in a cell and later darted into a utility tunnel where he huddled wilh another guard. John C. Sparks. They barricaded themselves iMuiciitr behind a melul door. I'OKT I.AVACA '_ A Ulirl 'K'KC out of he said mittce named by Mayor Kudy chargi-s of excessive prisoners shouted at them, licndon In make a special in- cy witli defendants. won't leave licro alive." vesligalion tins cleared Corpnr- ilcaill. V IVojc'd Okayed POUT LAVACA Hoy of Victoria, city-county health director, reported here Thursday (bat he has been no- lified by the U. S. Public Health cquest for a migrant health project grant has been approved. limited funds pres- preclude Ibe possibility of police are leaving'just'a smVll immediate award "lls 1S. "l mlr opinion, posi- force here." I3r. Heed stated that the Cal- llvl' allegations The riot erupted during the 7ihuun County project reijuc.sl Wl'n' "nwarranlcd." .said t h r second feeding of prisoners ami reviewed logelhcr will] 12) KIOT, Page 12) ".numci'ous apjjiicalion.s from .....__________. jmany areas of the United Stales l> V I land priorily firanls were award- 'ed pursuant lo Die applicant's lie nulcil that an 'appropriation tu the local 
                            

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