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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 31, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                Victoria.....20 Miller.......18 El Caiupo 26 Calhouii......6 SaVred licai'l lint lev! IL> St. Joseph vine ij. i tKra 1 FloresvilLe i i York low n ville Hrownsvillo hllgCJ) Ml S'ln IM'IIIIO Sinlon........0 Goliad.......0 Galena Park 40 '15 Loekhart 23 Cuero.......12 Garland.....31 Denison......0 119th 177 Candidates Returning nn 10 lexas Final FJI'orls To Win Slalc lly 1111. ASSOHAI ID Nll-iSS Campaigners for national tick- ets, who have dominated the! Texas political scene this as never before, begun rcl'urn- ing Friday for clcction-cve pushes. Barry Goldivaler Jr. nrrived Friday :iflcrnnon in Tyler for n rally. He will address a San Ang'elo rally Saturday at about the .same time as his father, tlic presidential nominee, is speaking in San Aulonio on his sixth Texas visit, an all-time high. The younger Guldwatcr will speak bier Saturday in Mid- land. l.ll.I Plans President Johnson is sched- uled to arrive in Texas Monday to await election results. A television western aclor for the Johnson-Humphrey ticket, Dan Blocker of the "Bonanza" show will appear Saturday in Arlington, Fort Worth, Mineral Wells. Odessa. Temple and Cor- pus Christ i. and .Sunday in Rio Grande City, llarliugen, Mc- and New Braunfels. On Ilic stale level, GOP Sen- ate candidate George Hush cam- THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE TELEPHONE HI 5-H51 VICTORIA, TEXAS, Established 14 Cents LBJ Predicts Victory; Barry Scoffs at Polls GOP Leader C Expresses Confidence SMILE PAYS OFF An armload of lettuce is held by William Diamon- stcin, manager of the produce de- partment of ;i supermarket in iiiicl- ManhatUin, utter learning he had inherited from ;i customer who appreciated his courteous serv- ice. Mrs Margaret Mary Frascr, the widow of a Royal Air Force colonel left to each of about 20 per- sons who had treated her with courtesy during her later years. She had resided in a hotel near'the super- market. (AP Pliolo) Sees Message Hilling Target LOS ANGKLES   troops! with my Republican section "had been locked up was stolen.' ,area US lhc chief tool stolen, land other heavy equipment. [unless we kecu our militarv c n i M, i used by the thieves was an ordi- Taken also was ttre "De Long; fjrm J, cfluipmenl slrength Wn Vnr6 doomed lo'pu' r Wesnnd (Sri I would like to be included: for a third world war or a "S ind n 'he woH 1I vlort bccn contilclcl1 is in-Jfourth bccause %TC al and nSmod Koger be in (he beginning of tbe an earlier owner who donated it e1' chalrman nf tllc t-hamber o: to thc museum. Reunions Mark Wall Day rlin-, The official Kasl Gefma crlin'ucws agency ADIV reported in y for happy reunions with too West licrliners had a hand himself as i'cs. It was only the second throirgli Comnumisl controls by hc. Wared to introduce Mrs. [lie Communists have pcr-'midaftcrnonn Johnson, before the Presidcnl :in ougn me wall. .sign-waving reached its grrali-.sl I Welcoming scenes Friday in1 height. nichard J. Daley, a BEP.UN (AP) -West Berlin-, The official Kasl German! KrEilt slaScr of P" fades' for er.s- surged into East llerlin'ncws agency ADIV reported If! presidential camli- Heal he said, "can- for_happy reunions with too West licrliners bad Kit a big hand himself as slldl lllc wnl1 lln'cc they, ago. Among stones taken GOP gubernatorial nominee .Jack Crichton of Dallas headed a list of state candidates aboard nd'y glass a "Goldwater Special" plane which hided al Ifouston Friday aflcrnoou after slops in 20 cit- ies. They appeared at an eve- ning rally in Houston. John Connally did no East Berlin were not quite as dramatic as last year's hut height. BolTi Confident The two Democrats, confident i !1 UH Robbery in Vicl Nam." urged iiiraL'o Connor items stolen ranged downward ..iLii.i Y .1111.1: i IIILI.I, 111.Illy Sunday with a few light whom 'lvc on'-v. few minutes ers along (he coast. High a mirtdte-aged man day 711-88. Temperatures 1'Yiday: low liO. and olhers in Oklahoma, Arkan- ,nf Oct- sas, Louisiana, Florida Georgia 1aylor Delbert Colcman, K ?uc, ems___ North Carolina South 'Carolina' 30' of Co-.inty were ar- as these which arc priceless and Tennessee Alabama Vireinh' "le FBI in "oustonjBe' insurance on he Kentuckv and Mississippi will thc   had probable I lO I Taylor as the robber afler l.aVene Prcmeau.v, lhc hank teller, testified. Spans Time _ Goldwater played pcek-a-booi there were many long and victory, patted each other on fu embraces. ithe back. .Johnson called Daley, "II Is terrible shame leading Democratic figure, even a single tear has lo be "one o[ the greatest political leaders in all the world." The cheering reached such proportions that Johnson was who was about lo pass Ihrough'hatlcd every few minutes al the the wall lo visit his mother. (if his remarks, (his disgusting! The crowd went into a pro- longed uproar when Johnson spoke of "Ihe gallant leader. John Fitzgerald Kennedy.' ...o .Sandkrug whose ;n a_ m. .Sunday; highs at p.m. j checkpoint. A young woman Tc.v., last Nov. 22 put Johnson in Snluiday and a.m. there on this cold grnv'lhe While House Barometric pressure al .sea morning with her husband. Shci 'Healing Pulse' icvei. bitterly. Suddenlv .Johnson in his speech, om- hunsel Saturday "Mother, Ihe New Deal the Fair sunrise Sunday a.m. :cr" jneal and his own great society, Weather extremes for this An older woman In hlack'saying, "These are not cam- Tides (Port Lavaca -Porl 0'- Lows al a.m. fi p.m. Salurday and thing be added and pointed lo the gray concrete wall. One of the touching scenes, ..._____ was at tfie Sandkrng Bridge whose assassination in Dallas. show (he film arc umci 'iMiuiiiEi in nitiiK' i nest; ar lime I'riday, crossing Uw .12 in 1UI7; high clothes walked slowly-paicn'slogans four time as thc Communist guards! "These are Hie I; few from Pittsburgh lo stops in. This Iwo women fell inlo caeh'nf a fircal poiitica 'yommg. Nevada, and; (Sec WAI.I, P.icrll) 'sai.1. 1 then here. Goldwatc crowd esti- ami Knhcrl Hay, 12-year- rp rr, Goliad 1'H'k or I real Congregation Okays 'toj New Sanctuary Plans E7ihc "NICEFand gallon' i AT iuUfefchf "nani 1000 sea o'd iwins, who reside nn Highway, reporting a bat land- 11 in-i on the window screen of ICC IIOI1S their garage on the day before children will bc promptly cap- t mated at IC.OOf) in Tucson, Ariz., that a poll also showed that 8fi per cent of the people agreed "wilh my position lhat prayers should bc restored lo the public and thai per ccnl share my beliefs that security' (See HAHHV, P.-cgc It) YOURCUOICK "trick or the opening of goose hunting season Mrs. lirrnipc Slaw- son learning thc difference in First Baptist Church congrc- Vicloria has approv- unanimously plans for a new seat sanctuary, wilh con- About 200 children will collectstrnction lo begin some lime Robert Hall, W. It. McCrigbt, Charles Gladden, Durwood Gregory and Kyle Hardesly. The Planning and Survey j funds for UiN'fCEF mostly he-jwilhin the next two years, presented its I'ccom- par her and a lee, and bringing golfing score down tween (i _-----.......... 7 p.m. acco'rding'was announced Friday aflor nn m-monlh "p.to Mrs. Fred Strong local.Kcv .1 W I, Adams Jr of recent attendance in-1 some cNtn nnctice with IINICEF chairman. All will be tor. jcrcascs and projections of the W II Mi'lcrnv Krt Xcnlin h-v hamls Tiie aelion ciimc al a population grnwlh of the! never'missing'an oppoiiunily to Victol'ia ofici.al meeting Wednesday cve-ic'ty- make a cheerful sugEration "omen arc following presentation of: The now sanctuary will he lo-j Mrs l-inik Pvhus wi'h c'r've- recommendations of lhc al Glass and Goodwin, rtlrs. Jjmis I ytlllS, Wl.n Broken, ci c_____ with broken ui uiu 
                            

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