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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 7, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                Gross Daule.......12 Kay.........29 Kingsvillc 6 Eagle Lake 14 Blooiuinglon McAllen San Benilo 6 40 12 Yoakum Ganado Edinhnrg Harlingcu s ....7 Muliiis 8 Alice ..22 1 11 f 11 111 27 Cuero 0 7 Travis Park 20 1'asadena Branch S. llouslon 0 I'ahicios 54 ludnslrial 0 Garland.....35 Shorman .....0 THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 184 TELEPHONE HI 6-1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1964 Kllabllshod 12 Cents WOT AN KASY DKC1SIOW Mayor Cites Alternatives In Bond Work Program Hy TOM K. I'm: Advocate Staff Writer Citv Council will have lo Williams also said that it has been known "for several months" but that "il was my visory Council of citizens that! Ihe cily could issue up lo million in bonds and slill re- main within the limits of whall Makes Plea For Unity Chinese Boss Remains Cool 44 Burglaries 'Solved' In Single Arrest Here three alternatives decision" not to make any pub- time aitun.uucs ,he good fiscal prac.- revealed Tliursday at the] lice. with regard problems in the cur rent paving and drainage bondiW.as lMOSCOW The Soviet ncw loader ,M> ponied Friday for unity of the world Communist movement, U'il- u'd opening. J is a reference to the ra The alternatives now areltio of bonded indebtedness atkut Chinese Premier Chon Fn that "i't is not an easy'dedsion these, Williams said: given time lo Ihe city's failed to join in Ihe applause for the council lo make." The council can go ahead and sessed valuations for taxing for a (0 ncw conference of At (tie same lime Williams 'complete thedrainage program, purposes. the world's Red leaders, million chou, on hand with a lough the program actually is in away with something. The fact He saidias party leader delivered an 80- is that the money never was lhal thc Advisory review of Soviet domesl rent revenue over' Ihe nest two will be asked to express its and foreign policies and noted :vicws. i'hal "there is an obvious need Williams continued Under any circumstances, a ncw international meeting sve can ask for enough extra' reiterated, the council is the fraternal parties." moiiev in Ihe cilv hall bond is- milled to accomplishing "cy-; Khrushchev, prime target of lo comule'lc Ihe pavingerylhing (hat was promised in'the Chinese in the long dispute, work He said Ihis latter bond program" in thc same [also had wanted a world Corn- could be followed without a taxlmanner. munist meeting, a project 'incrcas" since city officials' If this means that some pav-1 scornfully denounced by Peking, 'had reported lo tlie Ad-: (Sec MAYOll, Page 3) 'Bui againsl the background of f (he appeal there. "We started out by issuing worth of bonds for age, and for he continued, "Bui we laid out a paving program of approxi- mately million, based thc assumption that the ex would be realized; from property o1 in nicnUs. This just simply has ._..'. Sheriff Files 5 Charges On Parolee proved to be the case." Explaining furthe Williams 1 J 71 If Kills Man Port Lavaca Brezhnev's words, the this lime had at least a note of conciliation. VIEW 4-II a member of the Guadahtpe -l-ll shows Richard D. Grant, who spoke to a crowd of some 400 per- sons at the annual Victoria County 4-H achievement nigh I program Fri- day evening, a display set up by the .anticipated assessment far inj excess of the actual S5 per front! tentatively Choi, however was the only one of the parly leaders presen 'however, when Brezhnev re- OIVU'A he was slnrck by a Southern: marked that all Communists A, m'mi Pacific train on tracks one common goal. In ad- identified as Luther: of( Livc street. jvance of the Kremlin meeting, Lee Hagler, 48, of Crane, body was discovered [Peking's broadcasts had called Friday when by a brakeman al a.m.] for Red unity againsl "imperial- killed early Fri Horses To Com pete headed by the United "Instead of getting mil- lion out of this, il looks like the actual figure will something like Ihe mayor said, "and not even all of this is go- ing to he in by January, lie said lhal when the present council got into the actual per- formance of the bond program "il was realized that the peo- ple just simply couldn't come up with that much cash on the spot" with reference lo the ..._ higher assessments which had An estimated 240 Quarter through letters and a social se-'sion for a parade displaying been contemplated originally. .Horses are expected to compete curily card found on the body.'Soviet might lo Communist AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) Gov.i John Conually told leading D as businessmen Friday liiglicritlmil slate spending will benefit .ij during switching operalions at ism the Citv Harbor of Refuge. The'Slates T train 'had brought rock lo: Thc eve of the Bolshevik Rev- and he asked for their support! the port for use in (he construe-: olution anniversary is invarta-jin the difficult legislative ition of jetties in Ihe bay. 'bly an occasion for Soviet policy] session Preliminary identification of statements, as (lie anniversary the victim was established: itself is Ihe occa- Connally's luncheon address ended Hie annual mecling of Uie Local Man Is Suspeel lly JAMES SIMONS Advocate Staff Writer Forty-four burglaries, half of (hem in Victoria County, were solved Friday morning when a 33-year-old Victoria man who was paroled from thc stale pen- itentiary in April, admitted the offenses lo loeal and area offi- cers, according lo Sheriff M.W. Marshall. Five burglary charges were filed here against James Lee Gibson, a construction company employe who resides at 2304 N. Depot xSl. Marshall said other charges have or will he filed against Gibson in Jackson. Cal- houn, Wlrarton, Kcfugio and Go- liad counties where the other break-ins occurred. 22 Cases in County Although only five charges [were filed locally, evidence con- jccrning all of the 22 break-ins jwill be submitted to the Grand [Jury when it convenes on Nov. 23, Marshall said. "No bond will be Mar- shall siiid, "because he is on parole." Gibson was paroled from Ihe penitentiary on April 9 while serving the third of three liy 11ENHY WOLFF .III. iria County's 4-11 Clubs, IIc was first convict- Advocate Staff Writer jparcnts and aduil leaders jn Victoria County in 1951 Richard D Grant night at an achievementiaml wns lalcl. scnl llp He- ix School told an program thai he has rrom riaylown, the 0 members of and abiding faith m (jonviction being -t 12-year ;tcrm. V1 Cram Jimiori m WilllierS H's1', lhc Friday bv Deputies Tommy Ra- >Y -youth their generation is cli- i ''ant reminded them that in' j search stem- Awards Our Lady of Victory -1-M Club. Each club had a display ill the annual event which honors Gold Star and other outstanding 4-11 Club mem- bers. Miss Schilhab introduced speaker. (Advocate Photo) the Spending Members of 4-Ii Needs Cited Receive Awards By Connalh Texas Research League, a pri- Forty-two -1-li Club hoys amputation will be under 20 years age. Reviewing oilier factors which for honors in Saturday's judging Fingerprint classification gathered atop Lenin's! voted mostly to have added costs to Ihe program at the annual Victoria Horse-. was being checked by the De-jtomb in Red Square. Imental studies. such ns the original calcula-man's Club show in the club's partmcnl of Public Safety in Brezhnev discussed foreign, flic league elected r-n- norunind hv Gibson tion that property owners City Park arena. to determine positive policy al length, and at forn chairman Light Co. al p.m. Saturday .young CJ1 R> would donate righl-of-way for; Judging of halter classes be-. seemed. lo be trying lo mollify and Beaumont banker I. F.'at Continental inn. the widening of streets. i 1- gins at B a.m. with Billy Steele' Engineer of the freight Irain his Chinese listeners. liams said lhal the funds "could of Livingston as judge. Perform-; was M. T. Kupfernagcl of Vic- bavc fallen as much as classes begin at p.m.1 torja. The conduclor was O. rp 000 short." Dinner will be available at who notified the police; I IO 1 1CK vatcly financed organization de-igirls, all Gol d Star _ slate govcrn-.from the 22 counties in District] He said the teen-ager's tcn- 110, will be honored al a lo rush toward conformi- nd sponsored by Centra! Power disturbs him .He urged thej At young members in the to be sincere, honest, depend- traveling west on Houston lligh- iby ties am! the Goliad County and Wharton County sheriff's offices. Car SpoiU-d a.m., Rakowilz spot- f bond.the grounds, and for those who honored Uic Iwo 4-H Club Gold part of want to view the show, there will RECORD TURNOUT __. 1 or o President Race Dodgctb tBs? By Voters Park. Direclors whose terms arc ex piring are Sidney Albrecht of Port O'Connor, William B. Bay- loominglon, W. F. James Salic and W. C. Buch- bolz of Victoria. All have been 'nominated for relection. JCUKRO TRIAL Simon Rosales Tells Of Brother's Slaying Hausman. E. C. Buchhorn. Jr. prise jnll from a hor.se n-iTiilly 'AT) Still votes than Johnson and Kepubli-bach of Bloomington, c .Mv.s. Mimre spending returns show Iliat can nominee Harry Goldwati1.- Schaefer of Vanderbill and A. V. a sunny afternoon visiting in million Amen- in California, Florida, of Victoria. Pliimlo'. and she was accom- __ a renird voted last Nevada and Pennsylvania. Principal speaker for Ihe panicd by her moll-cr, Sirs. 'ruosday. Hut about 200.000 of And gubernatorial races drew meeting will be T C. Nc'llles .Mrs. Hetty didn't vole for president, more votes in Arkansas, Massa-formation director 01 Resales............., I owe having a time keeping up ,vili. -lill to be Montana, Cooperatives, the cut wiln a knife by Salurday at approximately wilh lhc Sliiigarccs anil Baylor ahoirt 1 TO precincts North Dakota. Rhode association of rural Torrcs at a Westhoff District Judge Frank Grain systems in Texas. !crn pigtii of July 20. Victoria is presiding. Pete Anzaldua, operator of; sjmon riosiiies, thc last partly cloudy Saturday and Sun- beef; Elgene Lala, Linda High Saturday 72-82. dcker, Anita Rogers and Sine-: Precipitation Friday: .0-1. To- la Austin, clothing; Gail for the year: 31.09. hab and Carol Hossi, dress re-, High Friday. 74, low 60, vue; James Lala, Rud I AM, Tides (Port Lavaca Port Dennis Pom and Bobby Low at holz, electric; James Pozzi and p.m. Sunday. Koland Grcenhill. field crops; at p.m. Saturday. Barbara Lau, Vivian Barometric pressure at sea llv HFN I'll Al'SK Hausman. B. C. liucimorn. .ir., Meek and Patricia Lau, level: 30.10, Staff Wrilor Carroll Cook and Louis U'ishert, Iris Lee Sunset Saturday sunrise CUKRO-Simon Uosalcs lesli- all of Cuero, Rudolph Sunday eaker for FMay sn24th District of Yorktown and Frank Cheryl SpicRelhaui-r. Ivy F.I- Extremes for tins date: Low, Jim Morriss, in-'tint nc saw his brolhcr, Petc'Erdcll of Yoakiim. sik, Phyliss Lau and Robin El- 30 in 1955. high. 93 in 1924. snot by Felix Sala-i Testimony will be resumed sik, home improvement; Al- This 0 (See AWARDS, Page1 2) Dill Sparks'_ (hnil onc pcr of the i Vermont and meaning of _ the lotal vote for! jirrsulent is IV.i.lMt.WU. That football learns explaining lhc Ini procrastination Kfihrr Wor.sley having another some voles east day Tommy llancr, unpledged Democratic elec-] Slicppard and Chip limilt lieditnrs in Alaliama, and not credit-' for first place al Ihe recent President Johnson. lor in Gun Club Skeet Tourna- A s chnk mi-ill Hill Champion j ,1the hifigesl race in each slate under the weather with a 0( Columbia: arm, lie received during a re- Of cent trip lo Dallas more llinn the Maj'o back nl work: pvesidenlial race attracted. after a short illness Mrs.' l.nmim- Hariri: and son, Hnw-: aril liny, off lo Houston for a visit wilh Sir. and Mrs. Kldrrd (ilrn Sniilli and daughier, approach 70 Mrs. be about pausing during her belween (he previous sluipping In exchange greetings; M h million iu viilh a triend Mrs. and Ihe Lugi-ais admitling Iliat she is officials and pleased wilh her new observers lhal lliis liood John Cllhiini niriiuut would reach 71.L grader nt Sclireiner in villc, In Imit'li "'illi, sevcnil stales tin- volcr.s friends at homo Mrs. Fred'apparently had more Interest in Solo abnul aulo- Senate or mibcrnalorial races mobile failure and observing Hum In the. conk-si lor picsi- that il Is usually when Irnffie dent. js at n I Si-nalor emididales drew more 'isconsm. SUNDAY PREVIEW wit- the tavern, earlier (old Districliliess (0 testify Friday, said he Attorney Wiley Cheatham gonc to "wcslhoff with his had seen Salazav sliool at I Jujy 30 ycar. Rosales after he (Anznldua) jjosnles said his father, Steve had heen knocked lo the ground Manuel dc la Wilh Ihe remaining precincts; lo he counted plus absentee' balluls and minor party voles inj states the total turnout aphcr (iocs lo Oiiirily linll The Fifth Annual Charily Ball, sponsored by Ihe .Junior Service League, is n social of the season being liehl Saturday lo raise fumls for worthwhile welfare projects in (hi- cniiiiiiunil.v. Cnveragr. of (he invitational ball and pictures may be 'found in the Sunday Women's section. l-'nuiily Hook Ilich History In Sunday's Fun Maganne. the unusual history of an aneienl book Is told. The book, a cmnmenlary on the Bible, is a possession of the Ken Nnllian family. Us travels are a part lilslnry ilself, anil like Ihe history (if Ihe cnunlrles it has visited throughout Ihe years, there is much yet lo be learned about Ihe heavy vuliime. Virlwiiuis l''ifinrr in 2 C.onvcnlions Mnlh Ilio Te.vns I'linii Bureau mill Texas Farmers Union are holding llu-ir stale cnnvenllons nevt week. On tin- Sunday farm page, the convention role of loeal repre- sentatives of holh nrKanlinllons Is fcalnrrd alimg wilh oilier Information relating In the aiiiiunl events nnd the piillcies ilerlveil from eaeli. Garza, a nephew of (he senior Vnsqucz, Anzal- by an unknown assailant. Salazar, 22, of Cuero, Torres, SO, of Concrete a wnnlnn 'tending bar charged in a joint indictment I at Anzaldu's place when wilh murder with malice in tms nvrivtx1 death of Rosales who his brother and i lived near Cheapsisle. l Anzaldua left later in a car liis IVslimony began shortly hoiight thai day. ter I p.m. Friday after Ihe Salazar, a man named member jury had been com- villnrroal aml two women ar- plcled late in the morning, Juryirivcd nflcr Anzaldua and Pete selection began Monday Rusaics test! noon. jfjed. Many of the 125 special venire- simcm both tes- ,mcn and -IB talesmen who ,lloy ne Qarza called were ilisciiialified on Ihcj SLAVING, Page 3) 'death penalty, on wlncli ham was qualifying lhc jurors.' I V'IMi'Y The acceptance of lloinie Ha- i ,de, Cuero dairy farmer, pleled Ihe jury Friday. ors selected earlier iu the ......i are Blain Cooper, K. D. Filiberli) Garcia Sr., Jack Miilli, Hoberl Davis, Salute to United Fund Victoria Counly Child Welfare (A Participating Agency) Cliairniaii (if llio Hoard: lilt. CKOHGK fil.OVEK AJ1TI1UK U. and eounly is the puriwse and duly of this agency. TciiUilivp iillooatioii I'iMiii W noxl One Works Matty   

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