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Advocate (Newspaper) - November 22, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119to 199 TELEPHONE HI 5-1151 VICTORIA, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 22, 1G94 46 Pages- Johnson Names New SAC Chief Looks Into Agriculture JOHNSON C1TV, Tex. (AP) President Johnson named a new chief tor Ihc strategic air command Saturday but other- wise devoted Iris attention to things rural. Johnson approved the assign- ment of Lt. Gen, John D. Ilyan as commander of SAC, the re- taliatory bomber-and-missile force. Ryan, now vice com- manrter, will succeed retiring CIcn. Thomas S. Power on Nov lid. With Freeman The President spent Die day at his ranch home, conferring with Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman, accepting a gift pig from a delegation o: lowans, and conducting an ex tensive farm and ranch tour. Freeman reported Johnsoi plans another farm tour o Midwestern states to "talk to people on the land" and than] them for their support in thr Nov. 3 election. May Slay At Farm Po Lawmen To Gather In Victoria LoUllCll With Stale-Wide Conference Call for Unity Ahout 100 South Texas law infoi'cemcut officers will gather in Victoria Sunday (or the scc- iond regional conference of the Texas Police Association. Leading officers from across the slate including Austin Police Chief R. A. Miles, president of the association, will attend the .conference which will he held at Totah's Motel on Houston "The moeltaB will open with BW iWiiifi power between them, and a broad program Dccrec Gives Bishops New Voice in Church VATICAN CITY Pope Paul VI and Roman Catholic bishops closed the third session of the Vatican Ecumenical Council Saturday, decreeing n doctrine i ULJCtt KUNNKOY above shows a model of the Arlington Cemetery grave- site for the late John F. Kennedy, just approved by the Presidents widow and the Kennedy family. Construction is scheduled lo slarl next fall, with completion a year ill an estimated cost of million. The grave will be marked by a gray slate tablet with the Etcrnul Flame at its head. Bolow the grave will be the elliptical terrace seen at right. Slain Leader Never Alone EDITOIl'S NOTE In rain or cold, the heat of summer or someone always comes. the dead of night they come to No matter what Die and the snow piles up in a little night a Irag- reception at G p.m. with Monday set aside for speeches and discussions on various law enforcement topics. To HPKiii Talks Monday session will begin at 0 a.m. with a call lo order by the Austin police chief. The invocation will be given by the Rev. John New- ton, pastor of (he First Presby- terian Church followed by wel- Suiidav Christian unity. A third decree was "ecclesiis oriental! bus calho- -Hicis" the Catholic Oriental ridge on the collar of the sentry On days of pelting rain and silhouetted in the soft blue tlie grave of John Fitzgerald driving sleet, when the ceme- grave lights, someone always ic figure kneeling in the moon- light or under stars fierce with frost by the graves of her hus- band and two of their children. coming addresses by Police Chief John Guseman and Mayor Kcmper Williams ,lr. Larry Fullz, an inspector with Hie Houston police depart Trio Lifted From Peak IIAHDIN. Mont. (AIM Helicopters lifted two men ami a woman Snturduy from a snowbound innim- in tlic nigged Dig Itorn Mountains. A forest lookout tower was lliclr refuge fur eight (lavs alter lliey went into Nebras farther afield. Johnson may also, spend night in a farm Freeman reported. Tbe agriculture chief speculated that the President might stay with the Juhl family of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The 'the year since lie w Even on the bleakest of flame flickering ______ Arlington's hill of he-] roes, he has never been alone. Day or night, winter or sum- has closed for tlicithal arc no north hill, down long rows of] Sometimes, long after on monsly but lovingly executed} with a' line from Tennyson: the! "So sad, so fresh, the days rner, someone always comes. On sunlit summer off (he Poto-l JKfMl to present to Johnson a 300- pound Yorkshire boar named "Mr. High 1. Q." The animal was raised by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Juhl and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Juhl of Cedar Hapids. Freeman, who accompanied the lowans and other ranch guests on the Johnson-conducted JllilL' uin LangUld all' IlKC a: benediction, as many as SO.OOOi may come, u'ning the walks for hours as far back as Memorial Bridge. On fine fall afternoons, when, leaves rustle across the lawn of the old Custis-Lee mansion up; Connally Still Faces Constant Reminders Hardly a day goes by without someone leaving a poem, quoted or home made, on the grave. Hardly an hour goes by withoul someone leaving a medal, a Film on liiol Al a.m., following a coffee break, the officers will hear a talk by E. E. Peters, an inspector with the San Antonio police department, who will o irv or for Supervisors. (jarhin liasui just across the Wyoming tinnier. chair- 'blues and white gloves, escort some groups up the hill lo place ure go! AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) Gov.lback, chest, wrist and tliigtvanother wreath. By evening, bounding over the quat mill-John Connally can't avoid con- said he hesitates lo link his po-, there are always 23 or 30 more eadsLes. the parking lot slant reminders of that day in litical fortunes _ he: got 7S.B morning caretaker Wit U.S. Plane vShot Down IS Over Laos man said Johnson wants him to slay in the cabinet and he will do so. Bui lie couldn't report much about farm legislation that will go to Congress in 1965. Seal Sales gove cr in a motorcade. niiig Here In tliat year, Connally's popu-i-w-j T> i larity soared, carrying him till Illlii" landslide re-election. But he heard Dallas and the state he governs maligned bitterly and cent of the total Robinson removes Ihc 'nor Nov. 3 with his part wreaths, the assassination drama. i John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 35th "How much is attributable tojpresident of ;he United Stales, (Sec CONNALLY, Page VIA) never alone on Arlington's 'heights. Compelled by an emotion they cannot explain, drawn by a duly and a class they feel but cannol [express, people come from all over the country, all over the world, to pay their respects. In man of the association's train- ing committee and manager of the National Automobile Theft Bureau in Dallas. Following a noon luncheon, Police Chief Willie WASHINGTON (AP) An The pontiff in a separate nction then personally pro- ,-laimcd the Virgin Mary as 'Mother of the Church" in sign of high devotion to her. This de- votion was emphasized at the start when the Pope con-celc- jratcd a Mass at the main altar of St. Peter's with 24 whose territories have shrines lo Mary. Saturday was also a Roman Catholic feast day of Mary's. Solid Approval Pope Paul mounted his throne .after Mass, and tlie more than council lathers cardi- lal.s, patriarchs, archbishops, >ishops and others from around he world cast final formal voles on the documents. They lad been drafted and debated for months. One by one they woi'e overwhelmingly approved. Tlie Pope then announced that they "pleased the fathers" and that "we approve, decree and enact them." The decree entitled "de ec- clesia" on Ihc Church was 'voted to 5. It defines tlie concept of collcgiality lhat all the Catholic bishops, logelher with the Pope and never without him, share with him "supreme other U.S. military plane haslsal Church." and full power over tlie univer- been shot down in Laos, the Pentagon announced Saturday. H said an Air Force RF101 jet Common Prayer The decree on Christian unity, voted lo 11, scls forth ways (Beaumont Police Chief Willie1 reconnaissance plane was nmnm r-itholics should 1 Bauer will narrate a special down by KmJ llre in Solta! OhrbOnmHo central Laos. The injured pilot ciling C0mm0n pray- was rescued. Due Toda he spoke in their defense when- at Kadena, Okinawa. An escort aircraft delivered suppressive fire on the ground next council session, the fourth installation which had downed since the council began in 19G2 Judge Joe Kelly at load including ap- or I960 or later, opera- (See LAWMEN, Page MA) Grand Jury Case Load To Be Heavy The pilot, Capt. Burton L. Waltz, whose mother. Mrs. Av- lerill Waltz lives at Fort Morgan, 'Colo., suffered compound frac- lures but was picked up by 'search aircraft. His wife, Jo Ann Waltz, lives cr and joint worship under spe- cial circumstances. The Oriental churches decree, voted to 39, contains canon law matters for Eastern Uite Catholics, among other tilings recognizing as valid all mar- riages between Eastern R ite Catholics and Orthodox per- formed by Orthodox priests. The Pope announced that the Mullilulcral LOS ANGELES lAP) Lauris Norslad, former dents that constantly remind m diseases. In order to turn of i( make a decision that mighl give 3U11L rioiisu ill ttiuuu. succession, each lay-th, came the choir of Japtist church of llar-a. tbe Sacred 7a mai were iiiea since August when the spring-summer Grand Jury held its last session. In acidilion, there were 13 cases held over until this was one of a. series which we have carried out since late May with the concurrence of the Laotian Linnart-son said. "The purpose of the fliphls whirh will itiree concinar aecrees had Christian unity implications. Tbe decree, or dogmatic constitution, on the Church completed work of an 1870 Vatican Council which proclaimed Bui-alary cases bead Ihe case comnmu primacy and infallibility (i h d against required, is to gather informa-jbut aid nothing on how bishops James Lee Gibson of 2304 in doctrine. Vietnamese troops and material to Laos in violation of the! eneva accords of charges againsl Eugene B. Lennartson said that, as in' Pope Paul appeared aware of Depot St and Pablo H. For almost a century other Other cases include two as- Laos m of 'heichrislians have found fault with .L.I Geneva accords of ,hc Mna, strcss. sault with intent lo murder 'the papal stress. ilhy, he said. Proper diagnosis Io bring into focus what in the "orjgjnai contract de- often clelaycdnnti loo la mands during connallv, -17, said his and ing the bargaining. The nonopcrating unions and NATO." Norstad told n news encc that lie doubts NATO.and funds for control have dwin-: nations ever will adopt Idled. Mrs. Connally's plans for Sun- represent at i'vcs "of the carriers I C.. the proposal. _ _ _ In America more than are indefinite, They will had been negotiating the con I-U II 1C Oil I "arc presently slricken with Ihc jcitber spend the then-tracts tor 18 months, disease in its various stages. For! ranch "'.....ll" Odom of Bloomington and instances, tbe escort this, saying in bis closing each againsl Raymond Mencha-1 (Sec PLANK. Page MA) (Sec COUNCIL, Page MA) ca of 511 W. Church SI. and i James Eli Noble of 1204 S. Wheeler St. I Sixteen persons have been se- Of lecled as prospective jurors City Preparing p.mTsi. Mary's'Hall, suffered nmv almost fully rccovercc' complete with country store and accident at tlie from Ihc bullet wounds in his Icon dance Mrs. Urn T. Commercial intersce- iDall'and E. E. Dischingcr. .Ionian wondering if someone has an old fashioned pumpjack for the McNamara O'Connor Museum Mrs. 1C. W. Hob- rrlMin, al III 3-31I3, Inking or- ders for huge decorative lolli- pop yard decorations for tbe Christmas lighting project in Primrose addition until late next work Mrs. Victor Ityliak selecting Ihe most appiopi'iatc materials for a special occasion gift Mrs. George Dohorly able to dream about fishing trips when unable lo go fish- ing yet slill in the mood Mrs. Itulli Matthews finding re lircmcnt lidding lo the luxury of nn tinrusticd schedule! It. l.iclinovsky looking to Mir distant future when tclcvlsioi and telephones arc one Kriink Wagner, hunting cnllinsl asts, explaining lhat this Is 111. perfect time of the year for n vncallon .lunifs Moor hoping that a friend's mcmor is good when (loci1 snusngn mnk ing lime rolls mound Mr niul Mrs, ,1. KlorsH innrkin Ihcir (Kill wedding nniilvoi'sar. niul cclcbrnllng (inlay. Injured were Wade Price of E. Slayton Avc. and larilyn Schramm, 15-year-old auglilcr of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scliramm of 20C'i Sam, loiiston Drive. Price suffered ONE IN TEXAS Jail Inmate Confesses Slayings n cut in her left iruisos on her ihnuider. Price, who was BIG SPRING, Tex. (AP) that under questioning a 27-year-old man lias told them he killed three women in a cily rt Peters said he hadlcity park on March muirtcr sal buried it. ly uiiiit un -i, Sheriff Harris said lhat Peters State Park and convicted on of the charges March 3 an ilh the head- iblic com- -------City police hcardquarters complex Council structure which will in- will be included, along with'clude offices for court personnel maps indicating tbe streets an auditorium with a scat- be improved with bond money, i ing capacity of 150 persons. The program will be submit-] cd to voters Dec. 8, carrying1 TH two proposals: to con-. struct the city hall and anoth-i cr for street work. The! Partly cloudy and continued street funds will be used to! cold Sunday through Monday, supplement the current bond (Northerly winds 10-15 mph., oc- paving program. casionally gusty to 20 mph. Ex- "The brochure will be very peeled Sunday temperatures: simple in format and will em-illigh 58, low 3D. phasize primarily that this pro-! Sculh Texas: Clear to gram can be accomplished with-partly cloudy north and cloudy .......v....... Three socially prominenljhail not been able to give driving a -m S0utliwcsl part of women were beaten to death in details aboul the slayings m ui; Cliicaeo on March 4 cave at Starved Rock Slaleihe was awaiting information He has sought new trial on a n (ax City Mana- to partly cloudy .south Sunday Trucking Co., w a s driving A'check with Oiicawi pollcc'Park near Ottawa, III., March: from Illinois officers in order to; variety of grounds, but_ isinow, -cr Ue said. land Monday. Occasional light ,orlli on Momly and Miss ,10 SMch triple Another man is iicwibetler question chicle belonging to K. L. Crisp 'rucking Co., w a s driving lorlli on Moody and Miss Schrnmrn was headed west on in the city on Ilial serving a life sentence at the: Peters has been in jaiiai Commercial when the p.m. 'Jolicl, 111., prison after since late September, lie! three women, all wives which Ihe cily re-61, low 41. collision occurred, according to dny, the man, convicted of slaying one of the.was clungi'd with burglary Chicago lhe counly for Tides I Pi jlwo pistols, a rifle and Mrs Lillian Getting, 50, i number of people have'rain or drizzle south Sunday, Peters has been in jail at Bigjville Penitentiary at Jolicl, to' Tcmpcrnlures Saturday: High City Patrolman Steve Coynes. Holh persons were taken lo Ihe hospital in private cars, John M. Peters, being held on a burulai'V charge was (niol- "1 look a bus lo a small parkjroumls of ammunition were Mrs prances Murphy, 47, and un IMII VI..." .1 _f n fnrm 14 INDEX ,uy Ill 1'unn 1-AMinln I UN'Oil by Sheriff Miller Harris as saying he had bcalcn three women lo death In n state park near Chicago. In the southwest part of Chicago on March -I, Peters told officers and newsmen Into Sat stolen from a farm house 14 miles southeast of Big Spring. Sheriff Harris also quoted Pet- nrday. "I intended lo rob (he ers as saying ho also shot to Mrs. Mildred Lindquist. Sheriff Harris said the man told his story afler he sent the sheriff a note which read: I, UN.II Spmll U-A had killed a womnn in east Tex- Sum llhickbum, a reporter tol- as ami n man In Now Mexico, ,tlie liig Spring llernld, smdlhiil Tlui sheriff snid Peters told under questioning Peters snidjRo women were killed him ho lirnl beaten n woman lolliu was sure that II was a cityll-l, pollen arrested Chester (Sne SLAVlMiS. I'age HA) (Port Lavaca Port north half of the Low at the cily manager con tinned. "That money is current- ly invested and we have just received an interest check for for the first Ihrco months. Monday a.m., high at p.m. Barometric prcsnrc at sea level: 30.60. Sunset Sunday. Sunrise Ilarris said Hint Pelcrs in oral three Women but they rcsisled'dealh a man and dumped the Jslatcmcnls has also lold Win lie'iinil I_l.oiit thorn to "'.but ilylo'ifumist, '.lie new cily hall, date: Low 32 in high 84 Ibis money will be used primar- Weather exlrcnu'.s for this niul all of il will go into some, in 1921. phase of the cily hall Ivitioria ;