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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 12, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119Lh 190 TELEPHONE 111 5-H51 VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1964 2 Defendants Get 99 Years In Cuero Trial Salazar, Torres Guilty Of Murder With Malice By HKN PIIAUSE Advocate Staff Writer CUKRO A jury of 12 men returned a verdict of years for each defendant in llio Salavcar-Torres mur flci" trial early Wednesday night. The defendants. Felix Salai-.ar, 'i'l, of Cuero and Jesus Torres. 50, of Concrete hoard Ihc verdict al p.m. in 241 h District Court. The jury required only; hours and 15 minutes to. t [reach a decision dcspile the jcomplicalcd charge by thc court. i Salazar and Torres were con-! ivicleti of murder wilh malice in thc death of Pete Rosales, of the Cheapsidc area. They i were charged wilh acting to-' gcthcr in killing Rosales by cutting him wilh a knife. Shot Twice j Hosales (lied at Pele Anzal-j idua's tavern in Westhoff the: might of July 20, afler be- ing shot twice and receiving; JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AP) numerous pocket knife 34 Cents Thousands Jeer U.S. Nuclear Sub In Japanese Port 'Nuisance' Taxes Due Ax bv LBJ 8550 Million Minimum Cul VUTKKANS DAY SPCAKKIl County Judge Wayne L. Ihirtman was principal speaker at Veterans Day ceremonies Thursday in front of the Victoria County Courthouse. Also shown are, from left. Mrs. Pearl Staples, district clerk; Counly Com- missionevs Caraway and Pat Moore. Ben Malina, who headed an honor and who aeted as mas- ler of ceremonies; and other mem- bers of the honor (Advocate Photo) Protests Triggered By Leftists PROTEST lliol Squads Guard lia.sr. Court Contest Due on Books Honored In Solemn Rite sizeable crowd heard gun :i short while earlier when retail counters should be wiped'said Rosales had been cut out next year. the neck, chest, abdomen, 'Hie VicK.na Veterans Coim- The retail excise taxes apply log. hand, scalp and face. f fnort address lo the as- cil sponsored the event. Thci lo cosmetics toilet goods, jewel- It was not known Wednesday semblcd crowd plus members is composed of two e hleh school bands, veterans VI' W Posts, two American Le- 1 atho- lo cosmetics toilet goods, jewel- It was not known Wednesday s rv, furs, luggage and pocket- if the verdict will be hleh school bands, veterans VI' W Posts, two American books Most arc 10 ncr cent and iorganizations, and reservists of gion Posts, one World War have been in effect sfnce thei n itlle services' Veterans Post, and one Cat Kni-pin Wirnrlnnnnr Llle1'" to "those who gave their lie War Veterans Post. in Wirnrlnnnnr ni-niie. HHO.K, iiairy who gave ;farmer, was jury defending our country1 Representatives of the worn-: were Rudolph from foreign aggressors" in en's auxiliaries placed wreaths j ...cui.-....i.im-m..it.i.Buii a linujuuiu! jurors wuie nuuoipii from loroign aggressors" in en's auxiliaries placed wrcalhs lax program took place al a Blaschke of Yorklown, Frank :both World Wars and the Kor-on Ihe two monuments in front conference at the LBJ of Yoaknm and Blain Kan War of the courthouse between the President and his Cooper, E. D. Barren, Filibcr- lhc for. Hands p-articipating in the secretary of the treasury, Doug- to Garcia Sr., Jack of Vc cv'u s were trom Victoria Dav in lhc cilv. which had be- (Sec HKIIOKS. Page IB) Campaign Promise- K. C. liuchhorn Jr., Carroll _: Dillon (old newsmen about md Louis Wishert, all of i Hearing has been scl for 10: The petition names, as a sam- in.in. Friday in Judge Frankiple, six books including "Suck- jCrain's 135th District Courl onjer "l.ust in SASFBO lipan (AP) injunction pelilion Them "l.ust nn'clear'-powercd' U.S. Coast News "Kiss I.ikes a Nymph" rine Sea Dragon first of its kind restrained trom distributing and .Shame Hunger, but scok.s visit the only' nation ever at- certain books, magazines a n enjoin the agency from dis- acked with atom bombs, tied other ncwsland literature. trihuting other material of sim- A pelilion. filed by City Al- ilar content. nese port Thursday. Thousands of leftists promptly began dem- onstralions. Thc Sea Dragon an- chored at a.m. in the big U.S. Navy area of Sasebn har- bor. Two thousand Socialist clem- ty. Argylc McLachlan and Conn-; It has been pointed out at ty Ally. Wbaylaml W. KilyorcJinceliiiKs of the censorship pan- was filed on (he that although its name im- tipn of the Victoria Board of action is to be laken to- view for Juvenile material objectionable for headed by H. W. tliill) consumption its fnnc- The board look the aclion is not limited lo the it found various material beingor generation, onslrators Varied a marchjso'c' m Victoria that il considers! In recommending the petition, I against the base, guarded by _ I (Sec BOOKS. Pufic Japanese riot police, with 2, -j more police waiting in re- Crew Blocked Some demonstrators began a sitdown aimed at preventing any of the Sea Dragon's crew from leaving the base on shore i leave. Ten were seized hy riot police when they tried lo rush (he gates. Police guarded the base and CLAIIKNCK BUXKKMI'KRJmovcd in fast (o break up threatened clashes between thc Richmond Crash Kills Port Man more PORT LAVACA A young Port Lavaca man was killed and another hospitalized in a one-car accident near Richmond early Wednesday. Dennis Marlin Scruggs, 20, of Port Lnvaca, was pro- at a White House press cenlcr in Austin Tex The trial began Nov. 2 with'_. Johnson'promised during tbe .of Jurors- A election campaign thai there of .12'7 persons and 41! would be a cut in excise taxes. efllet Dilion said the lax lhc )ul'-v was completed Fn- for Ihc nc.vt Congress Bade was will include repeal of the Memories in a Small Box tne staging a counter-demonstration in support of thc visl. j There were no reports of seri ous injuies. Drizzle Culs Crowd j Thc police appeared lo havei 'won the first round in prevent- II was Veteran's Day Wednes- loneliness from which they can on a tlivly little island demonstrations from ex- leftists and a rightist dead on arrival at Polly Ryon Hospital in Iwo Jima. He was Buxkemper is pharmacist's mate. He chief lencc. million a year 'in consumer ex-; qualified on the A pretty ordinary day for never escape, cises "as well as action on mosl people. Mrs. Minnie number, a good number, of oth-i took a day and a half to There were parades and one. She knows a----- er excise taxes." prepare Ihe charge to the jury .speeches, and business as usual, "supreme sacrifice." ,beach, :IC minutes after Dillon declined lo estimate r rank Grain of For a few Victorians it was It's a son. Clarence Buxkcm-Fifth Marine Division how much the total cut mighl Victoria presided. a day for special memories a per was his name. His life he. Of thc million, he said l-'inal Arguments day not designed lo ignore a cd al :M. II was Feb. IS. 1045, For Mrs. Buxkemper, it is al-i _ Johnson "agreed that was the A large part of Ihe final so a small blue box. There arc u 'v minimum of u-ha) we should arguments Wcdnesdav by Dis- dn." ti'icl Ally. Cbcalhain of Cuero I'mlcr SI Million and defense attorneys Art Lap- Dillon said that over-all Ihe cuts would he held under SI bib o( Cllcr" In this connection, tbe Admin- tl> H'eir istration is looking hai" of and tierl Kirk m mi al' testimony respective 500 Teachers To Tour Area Businesses Today -nding wounded marines on W'SS' estimalecl would be in Sasebo by midday, "Highl said an Amcri- iWi i.-c lo a wailing that jeiicis, a I. n fading clippings, some few pictures and most recently I (rcasured certificate trom the still could explode." Police had small scuffles throughout the morning with bard-core leftist students trying President. Presented by "a whip up violence. twn in_recoRnilioti of devoted, simlcnls Shout (cmpt to discredit _ ___ ___ _ _ and selfless consecration to thc service of our counlrv in Ihe Cheatham describc.1 the ohsci7c Armal Forces of the United "Let's go, We didn't don't coward out. here lo Richmond. Jimmy Kay Fellers. 20, also of Port Lavaca, was hospitalized there suffering from a concussion, severe head [and facial laceralions. Wednsday's accident, which was reported al a.m., oc- icurecl eight miles from Koscn- biirg, near Beasley The two [were enrout to Port. Lavaca from Houslon. Stale Patrolman Don Smith- UF Urges Businesses To Use Film Officials of the Victoria Conn- ly United Fund are urging every business with 20 or more employes lo make arrange- ments to show its locally pro- son of Itosenburg, thc investi- gating officer, reported t h e car veered off the left side of Ihe highway and struck a tree. dnccd film depicting "'at indications are Conple of Minnies a Day" can thai Ihe driver apparently dozed do in the community. off- Produced hy Herbert The and Robert C. Martin, the shows United Fund dollars in 1 Scruggs was ear was totally dcmol- born Aug. IB, action helping those that need 194-1, in Forl Worth, lie had lived come here lo sit Ibcm. It has received mncinn Port l.avaca 10 years. He Ihe students shouted at icclaim from civic and com-'was a 1062 graduate of Cal- iHinily leaders. jhonn High School, attended "It is very Joe Victoria College and Del Mar Small, campaign direclor, said'college in Corpus Chrisli He in describing il. "We aim to i was a member of the Church of use it heavily in our employe Christ and employed by Marvin drive which was launched !Boycl Furniture Co. of Porl Wednesday morning with a of funerai services will be held groups at Small said. Dry (..'old I'Yonl "Mysterious' Forces .Mrs. Louis Lai'ina nil excited, ASSOCIATED nti-s -jr g f T about her favorite new dance A dry cold front knifed into I fY fY I fV I W step, the Snowball 11. 1) the Panhandle and South J Ilillcr and Jimmy Krchk bring-1 Plains Wednesday. pnslung OO Cj ing in an excelled! calch frnm'slrimg. dust-laden' winds and "nd of World War 11. a fishing excursion lo lhc baylsoliing off light showors. WASHINGTON'   ;munists and leftist labor unions. Sirs. .Minnie Dec Dnnicl Paiibamlle by ing. irsdny morn-llhr reporled temporary joggling {of U.S. satellites out of orbit as gelling a shrimp project out of! Meanwhile, it was pass over Ihc Solomon Is- the way in a hurry Mr. mid [windy and mild over oilier Tcx-jlanils in Ihe Southwest Pacific. Mrs. C. 11. 1'iillis anil Mrs. Hill I as long- cloudy Thursday and billing lhc deviations lo cxc devialnns. which are known Hie slreel protests and technically as "anomalies." threats of a nationwide strike The reports appeared to indi-1 (See SUH, Page (fi) cale Ihat Woollard, while attri-; United Kund desires that eacht____ utilize this special pan of ihcj current campaign, especially! (hiring the next couple of weeks while Ihc drive is in full swing. (See Ul', Page IB) INDEX aod Mrs. llmiico Harrison hack reccnlly from Corpus and a visil wilh Mr. nnil Mrs. H. SI. Kasloy and gramldaiighliT, I'auii'ln, and reporting an enjoyable out- ing al Pmlrc Island Mr. "nil Mrs. Kidil llobnls. Kenneth, Kiirlmrn and TVdily of Frcdcr- icksburg paying a .surprise, visit lo hrr sisler. Mrs. Kfllr l''orlis lulic llaydoii, who did (he role of the daughlcr in the tbe original "Glass Menagerie" in New York and is to appear in Ihe play here in Ihe mother roll', will give a coiicorl rend- ing al II: IS p.m. Thursday Til Dcvcreux Playhouse at Vaster Tickets will he avnilnble al nl Cum Mrs. Muuli'.y limns proving lo he a fiirluiinle Wcdiiesdny Miss Haydon ap- stiidciit nl bridge nnd making Beared for a reading at Victo- ria High School, hul failed lo complete her pcrformiince Micro explaining lhal duo lo Die In- limn bolli of her Icachers "proud" of her progress Mrs. lltrhuril iMirmiiii t'emliidiiiK I'lnk l.ndies of Memorial Hospital of HIP ijuarlerly mccling, 7 p.m. limight al Ihe hospilnl, for lho purpose nf rlcclimi of officers under way fur a ri'-schiHliiling Rnps in .science's knoiclrtlge of; the vagaries and caprices of Mnlher Knrth's gravilational pull at different sites llellei; undersliiiiding of Ibis fmswv could aid m such llnngs ns pros- us peeling for oil and minerals.! Smisei Thursday. Sunrise more precisely mapping (lie 1V...... n. I'.ll-v-'t First'National Bank of York- Hot '..'vaca-Po I 0- laboratory, said there has town thc Low al p.m. no cvid-iice, of nny Ameri- nnd H high at going off course ni'iur.l c cvialuiiis bank in Ihc Inwn graviljilmna! 3jm in., ctmrler claiming i was no piblic nccessi.v M compieic ner iicriormimce mere Siinscl Thursday. Sunrise (ha( duo In Ihe precisely miipping (lie tlmnte nature of her J-ccitals Ihe for IH-acetime nnd mili-l Kxlrcmes for Ihis (Into: Low )V'OV1" Hyiniiiisiinn was iiiisiiilnblr. Ini'y purposrx, mid improving :n m umj. ;n KUO imd llllllltn'y Discussions nrc ivporlc'dlyi11'1' "lul water c.llcs. wa expected fi d'tus And Air Force sources; similar report on! and scientific sal- Today's Chuckle j and n program. thc litfc'h school recital. lilcs ar." wandci ing tcniponu-ilyi vuV.'tYi "oific'r An ncqiiiiliUnnce Is a fH- low know well enough In iu.wlon said virtually all sal-i from, hut mil well (Sri- S.VIiaMl'KS, Piign Hi) ciioiigh In lend lo. Salute to United Fund iMiiiisUM-ial Alliance iMcdical Aid Ktnul (A Pailicipating Agency) Chaiiniaii of the Board: Hev. Carroll Picket! What il Docs: Medical expenses can seem uiMirmmmU. bio when (here is no money lo pay tnrm, and none lo looli forward lo in Ihe future. The Ministerial Alliance, through its Medical Aid Fund, stands ready to do whatever il cim lo aid mid gh-e comfort duriiij! such irying limes. Tentative allocation from UK next year: Our. Gift Ifnrlts Many   

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