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Advocate (Newspaper) - November 6, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 183 TELEPHONE lit 5-UM VICTORIA, TEXAS7FRIDAY, NOVRMBElTG, Kslablishect 1849 GOP Herald New Party Fight Conserve lives Won'l Give Up WASHINGTON (AP) The prospect of a fight for control of ROARS Leo Won't Go I Out Like Lamb Bonds Sold or College WILLOW GHOVE, Pa. (AP) Howard Sautter vowed Thursday that he would fight nil the way !o keep his full-grown pet lion living in his backyard. "He's tame, so crippled that pressed fear the lion would! escape. I "He doesn't bother Sanller told a newsman today. "If he did, I would get rid of him just like did six others Aiulitoriuni Architectural Agon l Named Uy HENRY WOLFF JR. Advocate Stuff Writer Trustees of Victoria College, 14 Cents New Deficit Bared In Bond Program Mrs. John lives about a to find a way tu correct a false image of the GOP. And former Vice President Ilichard M. Nixon, who lost by a whisker as the GOP nominee in said Ihe parly needs ers, not dividers. Then he lo find
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