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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 5, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE U9th 182 TELEPHONE HI 5-Hil VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1Q64 30 -5 Cents LBJ Issues Plea for Unity To Americans Goldwalcr Oilers Help Al'lcr Shattering Defeat WAStllXfrTON (AP) Lyndon B. Johnson sum- moned all Americans Democrats and Republicans, too u> "stand united before all the Wednes- day in tin- aftermath of his towering, presidential election triumph. E'roni Harry whose hopes for the House he blasted in a record shattering victory march, Johnson received con-' gratulaliims and an offer of help with tasks and problems ahead. Johnson battered him down to defeat in one of the most lopsid- ed elections in history. C'mu-ession The Arizona senator held off a concession until about Eastern lime, when he read hisj congratulatory telegram to; At that point, Ihe Scoreboard PHOENIX. Ariz. (API His on Tuesday's balloting showed bid for the White House buried, more (han'fio million votes had Sen. Harry Coldwater wired counted for congratulations tfi President Johnson. for Golcl- .Inhnsim, vowed a course of water, z spread of Republican opposilion when it is. Barry Plans o Stay at Helm "6J{ Cundidulr City Reaches Solution ver Implement Hassle HCCMK SCKNI-; President and Mrs Lyndon 13. Johnson stand al rail [euro surrounding their Johnson City home after caslini; ballots Tuesday in landslide Democratic victory. They were celebrat- ing al Ihe nearby l.BJ ranch Wednesday. (AP Photo) President Hosts needed and said he intends lo stay al the GOP helm. slalcs the Distri Columbia, Goklwaler had won C.oldwaer guessed Southcnl and ,lis cans would choose another man to make Ihcir bid for the While House. "I have nobody in he said Wednesday, Illumes Moilcrules But the Arizona senator who gave up that calling lo run j.j.j t If Celebration iii 01, Texas, Vote'! Heeds Call Of Ladybird (ilnui Sweep Ivcal Surprise Hi mi: rurss The big surprise in Texas'; general election was the belly! margin by which the Democrats j President Johnson's: commanding vote to Sen. Ralph Yarborough's unexpectedly easy i victory over his energetic Re- publican challenger. j i Thai, and (he virtual sweep' ;of Republicans from Texas of- fices. It was almost as if Te.xans thiul heeded Ladybird Johnson's loft-repeated plea for a Demo- cratic sweep "from the court-1 house to the While House." Hare Victories Only rarely did Republicans] I cling lo their offices. The Deni-i" ocratic landslide reduced the! Ilie city will opi-n mils nil under the current sii.iiiw.linil pnving ami ilriiimigi- bund (llcir Mils until L' (i.in. uilh Cily Si-iTi-tnrv Tom I.. Davis anil UN- bills' will In- later in tin- Cily Council chaintier al city Hill Klnlz nf 'the l-ngiiu-i-l'- ihg firm of l.cikwuoil. An- (Iri-ws noil N'l-wnam >aiil Ilic bid is expcl'li'il to In- in the "miiglilmi'hiioil nf S'.KHUNlo." It will cover a ntuubi'i- of small jiriijiTts designed lo link up tlie major iit-cily drainage works, plus (In- mi- ll o r 1 a n I l.linn-iU htillil s'frct'l sysli-in which wilt (triiin Hie area i'i-tili-n-ti puss ut the Siuitbi'rii Pacific Dealers Suggest Policy Selling General Ranges Hy TOM KITi; than stating specifications AcKm-alr Stall Writer in terms of culm- inch capacity. city of Victoria anil im- Young said he travels -Ji; cnun- 01iviM' Ihe same "u" "nms circumstances" js wilhil specifications n y purchas- (hp h lninilnum ith he specific so uliou cnmmg mil o suggeshims I- ng o( (lie Oliver ini'iil company and iliul .Suiter- field rcprescnlal.vo for lulcrna- Harvest Corp. here. against Johnson said the lo lhp vasl viclol'y and from 10 to one in IJic Texas -i .11 House of Heprcsenlalivcs. Many1 JOHNSON CUV lex. (AP) President Johnson [oilier Republicans running for home stale of Arizona. (wired Arizona Sen. Bany Galclwalcr Wednesday offices were similarly Electoral Voles would "appreciate any leadership and any under by the Johnson In electoral votes, Johnson you makc" to lay aside "partisan passions ami petty vote. had clinched to 52 for Gold- differences" in tiie interest of a peaceful, better anil The President was among the water, with 270 remured to win jfil'st to congratulate Yarbor-j Johnson, who welcomed Minnesota Son. Hubert thanking him for Humphrey, his vice-presidential nine.es ami m addition to stale f "any additional equipment" Vv. of the thatis be include.! on I be machine. Sulterliekl earlier bat! stiggest- -d tliat "your specifications Saying thai Ihc hassle over a list 'the minimum re- tractor purclui.se which h a s (miremcnls" and "if Ihe low raged since Monday nighl hing- exceeds Ihe ed on "a Voting specifications thai bid should be suggested lhat the cily adopt il accepted." Di'scripl ion Sulloifiold subsequently ackied [ihin recommended by Vouog, :uui in addition should state the "job classification" a de- scription of the work which Ihe equipment is expected to per- form. nn formal vote was tak- en by Ihe council, there appar- ently was lacil approval of holh recommendations and the imple- ment dealers said later thai they policy of ci- Hum specifics in specificaimns ;ml Us bid He interpreted lhis lo mean that (he city should slate a max- iniuin and minimum horsepow- er range Enr motor vehicles, Crash Youths the election. This was the nearest thing y Johnson's Local Probe running mate, to the 400-acre LBJ Ranch near here for some quiet celebrating of their land- slide election victory Tuesday, sent Cioldwaler a telegram after (he defeated Republican massive setback did not crush Political idol and mentor, his conservative cause. And he D RoosevcH racked said the GOP must slick lo that lll> I' DR carried all the path if it is to rebuild its pow- stales but Maine and Vermont and piled up a popular margin lie said liberal and moderate01 million votes at a members of the party helped when there were far fewer voLiL-OlllllUlCfe prcsiuenua, nominee uac, sem yarboi.ough margin produce bis defeat. I Although Tex-s Hangers have Istantial, more than 515 per cent "I don't think we can build a Furthermore. Democrats )eft own '-imtil thcv are nee led for n" 5'our ex" of lhe tolal- Hcpiibhcar, parly on their con-tipped tlieir holdings in the chnriff'M W Passed desire to cooperate in For Ihe first lime, Texas was cciils which, in my opinion, House lo the biggest tolal since thc work tlial faccs us M in a major battleground for pres- have no difference al all wilh Roosevelt helped (hem set Ihe r ,-i n.ii 'days wccks "'rote, idential candidates, Ken. Barry the Democratic concepts." record of 333 in Jolmsiin- iGoldwaler had listed Texas a's were pleased wilh the outcome. "I think we have accomplish- ed said John Duran of Gulf Track ami Tractor Co. jiTvifr who had been one of the main youtlis, including iu'o from Cuero. .objectors Monday evening (n him for "saving Iwcrc injured when a 196-! model car left the highway, the city's practice in writing bid us from another six years a concretc and finallv came to a stop (specifications, another Republican senator." I fencc at p.m. Wednesday near Cucro. 'No Intention- Jioosl for Ralph injuroci were the driver, l.onnie M. Campbell, 17, The implement dealers, also, Tae race bciwccn Yarborough and handsome young Georgej--------- sent suueaker, with many polls giv- ing Bush Die edge, instead, the sub- bis sister, Shirley Campbell. IK, both of Cuero. and apparently satisfied that I'feffer, 19, of Bellville.! i j L'i-v I That brought a burst of ap- Senate Lead jiiuier Bioorn'ingt'oii'iliome'is'cmi. ersl'iiKl a'ides S lllc "1C Uemocrals'linuing. Colnninists..... governor Highway Patrolman Hugh lhc work for whk.h Poagc said Ihe wreck apparcnt-jfhe cily bought it. Council in- ly occiirrcil after Campbell that there was no in- rcontrol of the car on rain-slick to l'cf'nl1 ll'e purchase, e it- i i i ir'with no subsequent objection U. S HiKhuay ,vA about half f h a mile from the Cuero city cily officials had the tractor 'limits on Ihc Vnaki.ni highway. Qn Qf Tax collections by the city of The attending physician de-iduring and after Ihe session il II I I O 'lope all Americans vrill lay one of his "must carry" states I Victnrial during flic first month scribed Miss Plelier's general; along with a new type of mower :lsicic passions ami' ami criss-crossed the state si.xlof [he cummt fisca] respective comlition as fair. She suffered 'purchased from the Oliver equip- children, Marshall said that two more buildiug a belter and growing bas'cd au'.cks'of and f01' questioni'tiR in con" campaigned only four is of the tolal tax rolls for the were knocked out. omm'n nlorstail his "btrt Vc u' "''lot e'-i'in'of M mankil''' wil1 bcliovclhouf in Texas, on election vcars. Thpre was B-l ,t Ihe T" of more lhan in u makfi jn phrcy took up the election cry. for the While House, added "the working prc.- covered his campaign net gain of one. This was Wednesday, wilh (lie voles Mill Hanger force headed by dpi. straggling in: Alfred Alice of Presidential: popular vote including Frank Hoger This was 1'tTsidenl's "Lvndon Ihe full text of the telegram, signed uhnsnn" and dated -almost one per cent, nn Ihe bas-'er jaws. A number of her leelh discussing Ihe selection of the tractor, as well as the mow- Miss Pfeffcr was transferred er. Ciurage Siml, Ralph Brown to a Houston hospital lor treat- said the machine was needed inn mnnMi mml Hn ornl -slll'getin after In mow along street the fust-month total. .hejng ,-iglus-of-way, and lhal this Ivpe LIU Cautious Assessor- Collector Tom; Campholl )lis of mower was preferred over a Even Johnston had been can- I.. Davis said collections dur-jreported to he in goml comli- type mower, ms in estimating how he ing October amounted to Both were ailmilted lo (Dealer Safely Dtild do m such conservative with Burns Hospital. 'T have si-en that rotary mow- strongholds as Dallas. Houston. Hut Coldwater h for columiiisis ;m lhat end press." Should -Hang lli-.uK "I have never seen or heard in my life .such vitriolic, un- bnsed attacks on one man a-; has been diiected to be races. Wilh holdov- much iiiformalion Denuii.Tats were certain of ami (piestK.iiing (See I'iigc ID a s possible The chief exei.ulive honored Humphrey, who flew in from Minnesota, to a festive Texas- slyc barbeque al the LBJ reverses l-v vnlLli'lions Ttlp 1'amp and leaden skies forced for the Republicans were losing 196.'! Ihe October collections tuero in a la.st-ininute change in t h e Heps, liruee Alger of Dallas amounted lo 28.111 per cent of Flomc ambulance. .said. 1 lieen s Ihry diiJn'l sjiell it uul, but a a big.it anil all those "1 Ibink Ihesc p.-nplc :-houM. frankly, hang Ibcii' els in liciMiisr 1 Hunt, [hey have maile the fourth cslale ii rullier sail. MH i mi's-- He never in my life .-iu-lt inflammalury language as Iris been u-'ed h'v ISi'i- IIAIIKY. I'ligc Ml Today's Chuckle If vnn'n- i-nhn ami cul- rclcil uhrn cvcrynne else is osin" liis yrm OM ilnn'l imiloi'slmul llu- were brought to Frcund Funeral Brown, along with Sanitation Campbell Supt. Felix l.ova nud Purchas- Marshall said he wouldn't be locale, from a grove and .Ed Foreman ill Odessa. IIlc assessmenl, as and his sister were believed to jng Agent Jtm'Keefe. make up able lo estimate the number of 
                            

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