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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 28, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 174 9 Killed By Fiery Jet Crash Disaster Hits Naval Station TELEPHONE HI 5-US1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 19G4 established 1816 14 Cents CONGRESS EYED lYarborough c? Oilmen Demand Race With Import Cutback (lour I Dallas Voles U.S. Sen. Ualph Yarbm'ough, HOUSTON (AP) Indcpcnd- "If we cannot recognize! ent oil operators asked Tuesday (wolves trying lo take us Iheni that oil imports he reduced at'we are in bad EL CENTRO, Calif. (AP) barrels a day and said. "This motion is aimed pri-r N'inc persons were kilted Tues- millccl. fhcv will go to Congress! manly al our imports commit-: D-Tex., and Ucp'ublican day when -i icl bomber flvinc'" "lcil is not whose 102 members vied Tuesday for Dallas (hl Members of the Independent: independents and only fourjvotes while GOP slate candi _u iLti ou UK, giound dining Petroleum Association of Anicr- large and 11 medium importers.I dates barnstormed in an "air- parachuting show, clipped refused, however, to cancel "Frankly i think we gain1 cade" and Gov. John Connal- powcr pole and crashed in voting privileges of import- knowledge by having a few im-'ly pepped up Democratic leg) LBJ, Barry Swap 13 J 1 I I I 1 i I III I I I W JM- X_X JL JSL k_y M-JLM. JLJr JL k_7 k_7 wreckage in Hie naval air field. center of a on trade group's .porters and refiners on our com-Untive candidates from Dallii. policy committees. Calvert said, I Thc Texas political scene il o i (il1 killed a motion! .J. A. Mull, Wichita, Kan., dis-'featured, as the campaigns en Ihree crewmen of thc twm-jet'by Harry W. Elliott, agreed, ilered Iheir final week, cam A.H'J atlack bomber were who said importers cannot "There is not a man in the paign expense reports and still me dead. wear two hals. oil industry who doesn't think more statements from nuili Twenty others ranging in A policy statement saying a IPAA is the vehicle to represent political headquarters in Austin age from 4 months to 82 years 'Substantial cut i n imports is Mull said. "But Yarborough (old a Dall.is were hospitalized, five in long overdue was adopted unam-iwc must admit IPAA has a sore luncheon group "exactly a critical condition with severejimously without discussion but'on its arm and Die sore is in-'from today, Texans will m.ikt burns. JElliott's motion prompted That sore is fear------of a choice between Ihe constnic- bricf debate. a possibililv Ihe independent isitive optimism of Lyndon .John- F. Allen Calvert Jr., Tulsa, not being represented properly-'0" and Yarborough and Ihe tllc motion insulted because of the mere presence of; destructive pessimism of Gold- lhe flf Conflieling Details Thc five most seriously jui'cd were airlifted to a in San Diego, 115 miles away. Base telephone communicii- tions were cut off and there were conflicting dclails in oarly repot'ls. Witnesses gave this early description of Ihe scene: The bomber, on a low-level ftighl demonstration at lhc Centro naval air facility, in very low, slarlcd lo pull iif then appeared to lose power andt altitude. A wing clipped the lop' of Ihc power pole and Ihe plane came lo pieces. Parts of Hie bomber struck Ihe base administration build- ing, the rear of the base chapel and a building housing the base swimming pool and gym. llil Snack Bar The. largest piece hit tli> snack bar in the commissary j complex, selling it afire. Thbipl commissary is about 150 yards iieS from Ihe first poinl of impact, j O Photographer Juanito Law of] the El Centro Post and Press! was at the scene. "I saw tile plane coming inj aboil) 2C feet in Die (Sec Page 9) Work Suspended Road Squabble water ami Bush." Biick Italpli Yarborough's s announced endorsements by thel i Temple Daily Telegram, the1 Waxahachie Light, the Del Rio, News Herald, the Wichita Fallsi Times-Record News and the Dumas News. I Rush told a Grand Pranic Icraml "I 100 per cent of Work was suspended Tuesday by the county on a road which is being cut from thc Victoria Country just the 30 per cent who now Club to intersect south of Fairway on Leisure Lane [are represented by my oppo- followiiiK complaints of residents in the area. I intend (o represent all Complaints about the project, an extension off. of Texas." Words Stinging On Both Sides WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Barry Goldwater hunted votes in thc Tennessee and Kentucky hills Tuesday, urging airport audiences to repudiate liosident Johnson "thc most power-hungry man in American politics" in next Tuesday's election. Johnson and his Democrats are real radicals, lie claimed. lohnson firing with equal1 fln vigcn, told a Pittsburgh rally: thai Goldwalor "has voted to JR Spring Crock c Kidnaping making it club, City bypass Ihe Country1 were raised at a special Slate Tclcras! Uiish's campaign day was! capped by a television broad- Council meeting Monday c.lst stalions> evening which had been called "The Empty Chair" and featur-j a Bush "debate" will) POUTICAI. SCKXK Crowd surrounding Presi- dent Johnson in .lafksouville. Kb., is typical of political enthusiasm both ho and Republican op- ponent Barry d'oUlwatcir are fiicounlerhiH in final u-cek (if campaign. Signs inaki- it ubvinus above liiniinit vv.is iioi allotjclhor parii.san. (AP Photo) lo discuss anne.xa for a 177-acre Irac the area where Ihe road ,s J0.jetlsu ,.cicascd j calcc'' this headquarters: "The sneaky. Decision Awaited ;trick my opponent is trying loj County Judge Wayne Hart- Pu" on me lonight of "pulling: man said the county is holdingsentences of mine out of contexl Charges of kidnaping and as-; up work on the road until the wlttl. mV recorded voice and I "I Landidates List Expenditures telling a Tulsa, Okla, audience that her i cut out or cut down almost t cry program ofcommon rcspon- look part anln sibihly for anything, appreciation rtav at MeAIcstcr, And both got assists n! thc choclaw then vice presidcr, la k chiekasha. Creek and miles m the homestretch drive.: wcpc prosent Trigger' Johnson's prepared remarks Saul Sen. Hubert Humphrey ill Pittsburgh did not mention for the Democrats "The Goldwater liy name nut said thc American people do not want "opposition candidate" has Harry Ooldwater's finger on the voted against legislation to unclear and defense, education, jlliey are "absolutely social security. ;He stressed this theme inj "When hu says 'make social in New York, Charles-'security voluntary' our answer Ion, W.Vii., and is that old age and the sick- jOhio. ness thai comes with if is not And said Hep. William Johnson said. "We Miller for the Republicans heltovc in more insurance, not The administration is coddling: loss." Cuba's Primu Minister Fidel foasl lo Caslro. Firm policies "could nic address, and an earlier seriously cripple Ihc regime of Hoslon where be praised this Communist lie said die late President John F Ken- in a speech al Champaign, III. jncdy's courage during the Oi- Laler in a speech at Detroit, ban missile crisis, launched n Miller charged dial Johnson.'coasl coast lour, was using arm-twisting tactics; floldwater opened bis day ,it lo weld big business, big labor-Tri-Cities Airport in Bristol, Though .he the ciW Jurisdiction, rcation hall." [Hollywood model's cases camel violated. Another witness, Harold Nan- eliminations nie. said: kidnaping charges against ..r O'Mnllev Reynolds I was standing in from of Ihe Rebecca Ann 'Armstrong p r- foi-ty fa' said Tuesday afternoon, after with a slop in San Antonio, III "The radicals arc on (he oilier wirw wing and tered the roof, scattering debris 'hen ever, were assessed S20D fines n off> leach on reduced charges of en- he had talked with Judge 'where gubernatorial nominee that the proposed! Jack Crichtpn said Connally 'tndv" The now rlm-orCi worn roatl wmild run leisure! h'S "first allegiance" lo Among the dead were thc mis demeanors Lanc in tllc Johnson rather thanj-i pilot, LI. Cimlr. Paul Tcris- the.court ]llsllcc cross an outside lot on its edge, 'o Texas citizens and has de- VC co-pilot, Cmdr. Arthur Per'ketl i n.- 'Dm: I ens' .sorted Ins principles by "eu- and the only other crew mem L'our Timrs .idorsing Hubert Humphrey and her, enlisted man Mrs- f'ranccs Ccrda- -f f" lhc ADA I Americans for Demo- Their home ad  TUP ASHOCIiYlF.O I'Kll.SS Texas tsvo day period crs, mailing literature, planning] and each divisions campaign sched-i and doing Ihe many tasks of at least a few weeks until Ihe years thc Salvation Army has, clear to partly cloudy arrival of a s'.ill unnamed new ordered several dozen dolls, alii mild through Thursday, with ulc commander of the unit. of them minus for dis- mostly easterly winds a to I.i assnciatcc! with (he annual drive. Capt. and Mrs. William E. Iribulion al Christmas to litllcjm.p.h. Expected Wedncsrlrv The funds raised this year will 'temperatures: Low M. high llj South Central Texas: Clear, Timlwrl-ikp ter a while a man does fell during Ihe day in EastiViclnria about Iwo weeks ago The dolls arc offered at a to partly cloudy Wednesday and '.i to feel his age .Al amid mild, humid (cm-'for their new assignment in low price, and local women vol-Thursday High U'ednc-.sdav 7G- i V r a deer steak he poralures. 'Dallas. Schneider is to assist unlccr (o dress the dolls, i' r i v, i''c' a hunting! Official rainfall amounts foriwith the stale evangelislic pro-tribuling Ihcir lime and ma- Temperatures Tuesday: High neen .set, Beginning with the Thursday 'Urt meeling, the schedule Ihen in- no, low 51, Tides (Port checking up on a deer steak he'poralures. 'Dallas. Schneider is" to assist unlccr (o dress the dolls, had ordered from a hunlingj Official rainfall amounts foriwith the stale evangelislic pro- tribuling Ihcir lime and friend Dr. nob llarlnianjlhc 24-hour period ending at !lerials to the program. busy with ticket sales for thcjp.m. included 1.23 inches ati Several board members Mrs. Stevenson commented Lion's Club Pancake festival jllouslon. ;'voiced concern over the Irans- Ihe Tuesday meeting thai areal: Low al eludes the following: Merle Ily.irs rushing to heat thej M aximum lemperaturesiff of Captain and Mrs. Schnei-.dolls have not yet arrived, add-'p.m., high at a.m. Thtirs- Advanced division report! expected crowd for noon hair-lranged from a warm W3 al Pro-, dor, will) Ibe approach of thc ing that thc manufacturing com-jday. Nov. :j Ray Wilson's Hcstau- cuts Iliuldy Sclioencr andjsidio to 72 al San Antonio. High1 Christmas season, and with the pany, a South Carolina Maromctrir pressure al .sea'runt; business and professional George Tolah discussing aulo-lhumidily made some of the1 prospects thai Major and Mrs. had asked for credit rcferencesjlevcl: 30.07. division kickoff, Nov. 5, Ray mobiles over coffee temperatures uncom-'Stevenson may nol he in Vic- which brought a laugh from Ihcj Sunset Tuesday sunri.se: Wilson's; employe division Doran Cornelius of IJurnct, Tex. fortable across the slale. for tlie Yule season board. She added that she hadjThuisday kickoff, Nov. II, Continental returning home after a few! Clear to partly cloudy skics'eithcr. sent her own check lo coveri Weather extremes for this advance and business and days visit here Ben expected through Wednes-! Stevenson assured Ihe board l'lc cost, to be reimbursed later.dale: Low in 1057, high 05 in professional divisions Jordan feeling better after a re-jday night, forecasters said, with! that the Schneiders" left a Thc Pilot Club of Victoria has HKli. 12, Navarro Restaurant; cent but rtill not up tojcooler air entering the Panhan- well-oiled machine" that will volunteered to be responsible; Tins uiMininnuii on general division kickoff. Nov. Idle during the day. ifunclion smoothly even under! (See. PROGRAM, Page 'Uau'l'ia omctf1 ,7i Totidi s Kine Foods; ad-. Salute to United Fund IIEAH Komulalioii of Texas hie. (A Paiticipating Agency) Chairman of Ihc Board: MftS. fi. P. H.UfltV. Teacher-Administrator; AMIS. Whal il Does: Primary idea is lo train children with hearing problems to respond to sound and learn to form words the way ihey hear them. Tentative allocation from UF nexl year: One Works Wtnnlnrx   

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