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Advocate (Newspaper) - October 29, 1964, Victoria, Texas CTORIA 119th 175 TKI.KPHONK 111 S.115I e VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 19B4 fornia aiTV Lashes murder cases in the his- tory of Ihi.s tf'f't liy its decision, the high court said "no" for the second lime to her appeal. Jn it upheld her conviction and the motion s'' for a rehearing was filed the following month. Since the court wrote an opin- ion on the motion tor rcheai ing, il will tie possible for her attorneys to make ajiollair mo- lion for rehearing if tlicv see fit. Arthur L. (Art) Lapham, one of her attorneys, said Wednes- day that "since the opinion won't be here until tomorrow, it's difficult to predict what, il any, future action will be taken ;.pl in regards to further appeal. "Mrs. jMd.ain still maintains her innocence and says day, some how. the truth vindicate her. If they will con- .h limie the iiu'esligiitio.i of tlu.s mailer, she'll be satisfied." coidmg lo le.-ili'mony during the appealed (or a Demo- 1 eratic victory al the (tolls nexl Wilburn, an F.dna rice farm- v il identilied Mrs Halfway across the continent. Mel im as the woman seen in ColdH-aler carried iiii with .Mrs. Williams near campaign for a Republican tin dump ground on Ihe morn- presidential victory at the grass mi ol April Hi, The body i s foiHid later that day 1 nago hauling crew aim 1 Jmipant Action Of 2n fi TOM F. 1-TH' Ailviicate Staff Wrilcr Mavor Kemner Williams .Ir Club i, he called Oimmiinist Kemner Williams ,lr Club me., a calile, pistol, i" -inv ilml foienian of The ii-ll', aims ami mm necn Victoria Planning He e ('.iiintn, Chii, v.'iiei, i d i lionMr "ic (in e'mphasiral: "I Wednesday (he cily will is an cxhi, i ini n ok v eils arrested ;l "it- "I' iir-t.rr. yel say that lie doesn't'. l. e1 "'-1 ll.t party Spring Creek Hoad with Leisure vari'o Street The mail im-propcrtv. Lane "until Ihe developers dn iine'-'ioa Mould i; >e ide new lie doe iinin ha. im i.X'Uit M U! v I'llll.LIPS ..lie-, to thr C'ls'era M.-ilt Urilcr rt'Mri Coii.ilry Club Diivo. I' I.AV.V 'A A Calhoim i.'ain maximum benelil o! its 'aunty couple was killed, and another person injured in a Attacks triet Alloniey's notes had been (loldwater's ninning male, Vvilliams said that as far as Fail "ii- .....11...' .1 i.., ,1 ii'iiK.I .11 i.' _ Lane "until Ihe developers dn Mould p ,e ide new He doe, not consider liimsclf.......... came before tin: planning com- acd. ss in me club the the "devoloijer" i'i Ihe leu-i' cnllision ticre, howe'- "1 gne. e to go al, and his ilgc W. A. .Morrison wrote hi the court's opinion Iliat a dif- ferenl judge from the one who telling wrote the first opinion last witli tlie numy_ jn.inHTty June had carefully examined sui'liciem lo liie con- Vnncurred in the ADA an "ullraleUisl" ly Wayne' L. llartman in and has no e Dn Ilie ec'mi ,r' the 900-page record of the trial. Mnn'ison opinion making organisation, he asked: "Are "was furnislieil" bv Frank Ic.'.al eonneclion with be added been' S' He pointed out thai Mrs. Me- Mrs. Mcl.iiin was convicted of Wednesday's decision miaiif- "liberl lluinphrey and his ADA s ami Ihe road itself the area .l-inmVl to provide ii'i lpil ililtllla. Lam's moliori for rehearins shooting to death Mrs. Cornelia num.. cronies the ?.w> of people we ernerallv conceded to he a Dunlcr confirmed thai he urn- (See CITS' rn was killed Dec. 21. want a liearllieat away (from accident at Xavar- Cue P o avns Okayed j CUEIIO A project thai will''! include paved streets mid im- proved water line and drainage facilities in a section of Ciiero was approved by City Council Wednesday. The project will include in- 1 I'.arry Humphrey, meanwliile. ivas in, the blnegrass country ol Lexing- S S Ky plugging the Iheme that d'oldwater is a man would divide the nation. Anun-ic-a's bankers '.'When I hear a man cam- anncrs si ills ''iisv l'ir the ave man tn tor lnu n> nir ASSOCIAIIII IMH-SS liy I'.VV WITTI'l Ailvncatr Staff Writer A iX'soU.tiiin electrical cnniierat ives' "Icr- Slecei and Drive in Victoria. Her seven-year-old ', Jo Ami. was also killed in the same accident, making a total nf Ihrce gener- al ions dead from two aulo ac- c'denl.s.'s accident oc- curred al approximately I' m two miles north of Port Lavaca on k'.M Huad near Maxwell Ditch. The Rokytas weir trav-elin" siuilli, and Hav slallalion of curb nnd gutter n j and new paving on Terrell 'Mlsi'131 Street from Broadway lo Kenss i Al-VV- s a man not worthy of hems' Texas ]w ax'sidenl ot QIC United ...a randidatcs. Blvd., on French Street from S JS j Terrell lo Esplanade, and on I Ii Prairie Street from Terrell lo >iimg of credit through (he resulted from the basic cconom- D.Tcx in abon! 8 f? l 3 Vjij-B [J j Heserve System, which'c Policies of Ibis Hush's controls the nation's .supply of ;iml frnm ful1 sUilion television KI -n-v money ami credit by various :llmm" loca' a'K' night. vOH'f il ft 1 methods lional government business js" from I ha I per- SOfPilV" of a Texas iligh- bankers said an infla. formance'thai the only debate itij, .tie im.iiK.ui. Commission oixler for high- lionary trend ecaikl stem from Arliim Prognini opportunity to deduct nperatini' ''''P'nluienl bv radio. The losses on a (arm him, notified tin' slierrtf s r eparinienl in other business pursuits, and asking that taxing agencies base (heir levy on Ihe produc- >im" said new water lines will be laid tuna County Commissioners scarcity of skilled labor first, (lien drainage work will Coiirl. be done. This will be followed Coi... by installation of curbs and si goiters. The streets will not be t0 sealed ami paved until next April, when favorable weather ,.nuiHv conditions exist, Harrison ex- The project Ls expected lo in- in.Tiua! cur only a nel cost of to cl'.a.-i ttie city, Han'ison said. Tlus orn froin Allnuiii- figure is based on (he bu. all of Ihe labor, curb s.-iiU'i'iivr i-'-i-' Kovern- and gutter work, and Kill per r anil Vict'o- i i can think of to do w hen his hand is called cry----------------- e hxhibsf s Oulslandii nulc s coininilted to his- (iieir will lie known .Mrs. Lucille llmighton looking Iroai for a process for drying fall flowers and foliage Mrs. fat Kiu'bel and family awail- S Si'vt ing a Jitter of poodles w Tommy liaucr winning second I place in the I'eceut Pigeon V.eilur-iiav. bul tbe work Iteneelorlb as Victoria I'n.ject llc'1'il'1' "f til1'11' n Kle. k of Hope Development Sclioolfor Handicapped Children campaign opjm.e., moods in Die hte's with thr. will go in its Micees- This bodv also has been :it .Mi'V'-mara OCon- ol a Win- -'ins will lie an ccer-ev-chartered h'v Die slate as anon- P" n Ails scivanis in i.anding program. protil Amnie' its V' 7 M "U' KMIHSIT. li...... c I will tic happy to debal.' witn file cxlnlm i-: on loan irom oneral were Hiontiiplcie night al Kicliardson Funeral Ifomo. iviiig are tiiree sons, F.m- d oi Port Shrank Jr., ami Leo, both of Victoria; and oae .Mrs Kl.sjc Li'iag nl Teileini'r. Itay is empleyed by Knoi m Hay City. Toll from Wednesday's acci- dent Ihe third fatality in .minediiitc in less I'.'.o niunihs Douglas nr nf Port l.a- a-, lulled Aug. in a ill'1 ear .iceideiit '.'.'iien he ap- iiarriul'. Id '-Icep al (lie Hope School, lonnded a dec- functions will be In h e "c ago under spnusnrsliip of Victoria County represent a-! (Sec I'agc .Innior .Service League lo pro-lives lo Die C.ulf licnd Project Shoot at Hockpor Ralph vj., He-vide for Irainable mentally re-board in the future, and locon- S I !'J l Thomas enjoying Ins sugar cane (j ,it.. children, grew lasl vear tmuc manv of the studies il crop fi'om his back yard Meredith Long anil his Houston 'iallerie.s. and will lie seen lo- for the In lime Snndav betweji and p in 'I'hirty-lhree jjainlmg-i make strik- il- birthday today Miss l! the lie.1, er corner is indeed a d n esday: mot of tree1: .strangely out of place against a glaring sky aca Port which behes the artist's in- .nu al a in. iiobcrl "llor.v.-; a al a.m. Koad" the same shadows. Ihe same troubled people, but pressure at .sea the shadow arc subtly striped ('haltered by the Mate as a (lulf Item! Project in SO.II. acioss a pleasant, lice lined non-profit corporal inn. it is s-ime capacity, lold Ihe group' Sunset Thursday It; Sunrise counlry road and subdued by lie.idc'l by Ui.slrirl Frank Hint sheltered workshops gen- the surrounding effects of a II. Crain as president. erally are not recommended Wi-aDicr extremes for Iliis fiery 11 i in i -aii 'i H'M'.K ;-i ........n Al a for cominunities will] fewerdale: High, in Knfl; low, III, There is a peasant slump meum, .11 i..iu lomgn at i.i of the pioneering than lud.OOo population. in liiHI. about his riders, .-mil the mounts Auclilonum and 0 plan Project on ftetaidaliim Itc.mimliiif; the I'.wciilivc on gaitcd; bul Ui.'V arc class reunion for June of 1905. Ally. Null SCHOOL, Page. Ill) obviousiv ln.iueward bound touch will) friends Mrs. (Jcncllc floyen calling all mem- bers of the Patli Welder Class of 1055 to .see pictures ot" a AhK rally picnic Inst simimer, at a ,ui Sululc U) Fluid 'ICcnaiiC Kciimit1 ''A Afjoi'.cy) Wha! it II provides whole-nine outdoor recreatiov tor boys and iraches lie m eonil .-.porlMiuinship. allneiiiion fi urn 11'' netl Otic ll'iirlm Muny H'untli'rs ;