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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 24, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE GRIM STORY OF NOV. 22, Chilling Details of Kennedy Assassination Disclosed in Full Transcript WASHINGTON (AP) The emotions and terror of a year ago hi Pallas were disclosed in chilling detail Monthly In the words nl Jacqueline Kennedy, Presi- dent Johnson, Mrs, Johnson and scores of others. "My linsliiimL novei' matin a recalled the pres- ident's yaimi; widow of (lie inslHiil the luillots struck. "lie has Us is sort of en I look on Ms hitr, and his was To Lyndon 11. Johnson it all n nightmare sense of the "unreal, unbcl lev- And (o Mrs. Johnson (lie most heart-searing moment thai tragic day a year and a day was sec- ing Jacqueline Kennedy, i in macula to wearing gloves caked wilh her husband's blood. She told Mrs. Kennedy, "you Know we never even wanted to lie vice president ami now, it lias come to this." The grim story ot Nov. 22. a n d the following events as toM in the volumes of testimony the Warreji C o m ID f s s i o n amassed in preparing its re- cent report on Kennedy's assassination was made lie Monday. It lint! broii scheduled to be released next Monday. The Associated Press gained access tn snmn of the vol- umes, and a low hours after Iho AP (lisjuiU'liex were transmitted the White House announced the Immediate release and nnlilic sale of the full transcript. The transcript IVspilc iirgintfs of officials afraid the assassination was part of a widespread con- spiracy to shatter the gov- ernment, Johnson held up the pre.vidciHinl piano in Dallas, so that It could re- turn Washington the body of llu' president and (he widow still wearing her clcjtnrs. A lady "lira very, nubility and said Johnson nf Keiinetly. dov. John Co n n ally of Texas recalled lyhig in his wile's lap io the presidential car after hit by one of (he millets, lie wondered if he were (lying, lie lie aril the final shot hit Kennedy and "it was a very hind nuiso." M r s. Connally remem- b e r e d the "frightening noise11 and hearing Mrs. KrniiPdy sti.ving "they killed my bnsliaml and 1 liiivr his brains In my To JacijiU'line, in I h e aftermath of the assassina- tion. Ilicre came a fwinritt- ing thought of n might-have- been. Suppose, shtf thought, Mini she had happened to bo looking at her husband wlri'M (he first bullet struck. She might have pnllt'd him down out itf lbe path of another bullet tliat tore part of his skull away. "1 licanl Mii'se. tpn'Hile noises, you she told t h e (.'oinmisslon, "and my hushand never iniido any sound." "So turned to the instead of in the It'll ulu'ic she had been and all 1 remember is seeing my hushand, he had this sort of quizzical look on his face, and his fmtrd was tip, it must have been his left biind, ".lust as I turned ami looked at him, I could sec a piece of his skull and I rcmcmluT it wits flesh- colored. I remember think-" intf he jusl looked as If he had a slight headache, and I just remember seeing that." Then her husband (ell In her lap and she remembered a "sensntion of enormous speed" us Ihe car shut away to (lie hospital, hot, at limes, slii1 evperienced a merciful can- nnl rcou'inher, for cMnnple. climbing mil rm the Jjfirk of (Sec !l) THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 201 TELEPHONE HI 5-Hil VICTORIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19G4 1-1 Cents Judge Calls Estes To Task on Bond- iYomolrr (ioolcd Two Hours In Jail Before New Bail Allowed' DALLAS. U.S. marshals pat convktod swindler Billie So! Eslcs behind jail bars for abouti two hours Monday after Federal Judge Sarah T! Hughes ordered a bond forfeited because he violated its terms. Esles was released Io his lawyer in court room and Hughes then granted a new bond with more! liberal strictures t h ii n thel previous one. ft allows Estes to travel freely I williin Texas but specifics that he must get the court's pcrmis-j sion to leave tbe stale. si.iinu Kepi Judge Hughes rciuiltcd Sfl.COUJ of the previous bond to the sure. 'Advrinuc News smite lies, keeping She gave no! CUEHO Komulo Loya, 29 reason. of Yoiikum and San Antonio was Estcs, convicted of selling charged with murder without mi'lions of dollars worth of malice Monday in connection phony fertilizer Intik chattel: with the (tealh of Arthur Vera, mortgages to lending compa-' 2li, of Yoiikum. "ies, broke the terms of the old Vera, an employe of the City each time he left northern iMcal Market in Voakum, died Texas. from injuries received when a  a fast-rising West Tcx- parently lost control of his car as agricultural lycnon until his ._ on domestic business. Before the news Street, however, jury Police Meeting WTT- 1'lflh of bonds total over lie survived" She" "Creases" that "been "filed aUGnaeii vide degrees in police adniinfe- Vcra's death was Ihe fifth of Fm nf Confinement Forty-four died, including Ho- He spent hours going from hos- uom "le sjncc lne iast grand jury ses- md regional conference of the n-ation. the year for DcWitl County Ksles. smartly dressed in a man Catholic Bishop Edward C. pital to hospital looking for her. sel sion. Texas Police Association Mon- Benson, who is also manager Funeral .services will be con- sllit ilml wllilc shirl of DCS Moines, Iowa, who Some survivors leaped from lo Spread Slowly on ;U1.V day at Totah's Motel, of Iho National Automobile "is heavy, been altencling (he Vatican nlc four-engine plane as it: ducted at Buffington Funeral' o As such, it is Iho keystone in tin More than half of the officers Theft Bureau in spoke of Waller V Schankc, liftoff when it suddenly fal- lhe return badlv need courses in instilu- >hc first main speaker of the (ions cf higher learning, C. C. >'V, linaBe Benson, chairman of the TPA Todays World as his topic. [uited that Texas should join California, N'ew Tml'iv'a a Tltp trouble with ililical promises is that go in one awl out the nlhrr. Tnrgac leaving for a trip (a, added that he made file trips Louisiana and Michigan .icitlier lo gain employment or to; Johnny (ileisner of Goliad rc-ihandle legal mailers. porting no luck on deer hunt] Tlie S10.000 bond signed by: and worse luck in losing hislKstes specifies in writing that glasses Harry Aladdin is riol lo leave (lie !ng a meeting of Ihe board ofjwilhout court permission. I II (J Ihe Trnil of Six Flags Tliealrejsaid IIP ''ad never sought for tonight at his (See Page 7) 70fl Hyhiscus Lane Alton: Voghl maintaining his rcpula- lion for a good sense of humor with his "uncle eyes11 C5. C. Lanlnr debating about joining Ihe hunters after listen- ing to Ihe many hunting cntlm- y. t toward policy." He also said it appeared that the hike sufficient, after allowing for "insurance" costs npl in fending money abroad, lo I rll'fiO1 narrow perhaps wipe out .1 ill (.see HOAHD. 1'iifii- I Backed CJinics Today lly 1IKXIIY Wni.l-T .III. signed, James I.ca, said lie bad c .Ailvuciilr .Staff U'rilci no complaint fllwiiit lieing dis-Oilli I POUT LA VAC A Police charged, but indicated he was J1' Chief 0. Howard's action of more disturbed about the way in 111 I XH'U I r H Over Bandsmen To Perform Here Today Thirty-two bands or ship, precision and variety in student's will participate ijvmarching stylo. Tlie judges Kegion XVI University Inter-Will rale the hands as to su- scholastic League Marching perior, excellent, good, fair ami Contest events Tuesday at'poor. hare programs sot up in col- leges Lintl universities specifical- ly fur police administration training Kultz filed changes in law en- forcement and noted, "we can't let law enforcement be relegat- ed lo an inferior position." He noted that Houston had dropped Ihe minimum age lo 1'J for young men joining the Houston Police Department, and said ISrr WHATIIKK November 10 asking that three which it was done, lie said he AUSTINt (AP) _ The Hiil-'l'alti Welder Stadium starting! Loi members of his deparlmcnt re- recently purchased a new trail- Commission anlmt] 4 p.m. Swill Clear In [Kirlly cloudy and a Local bands participating Tuesday through lie Crai" Variable, mostly All businessmen are invilcd unanimous ap- er and a car. (hat he had been Monday of oil field KiK'h hand will perform n'School, directed by Joe Was- ensl tn winds 5 lo 15 siasls llirlhdny greetingsllo have Ilicir employes nllcnd: l.avaca's six city on the force over four years. in earthen pits in marching routine Hint miisl in-isel. -I p.m.: Palti Welder In-mph fopecied Tuesday tcm- gomj! In llowanl Jli-rrill lodayioni' of two shoplifting Moiiuay night. and Unit six monlhs ago he had Victoria Conn- chide certain required maneii-wmeciiatc School, Floyd Xich- Low -il, high BS. Mrs. Clarence AtzeiihoffeivTucsday. according lo Ken Na- At end of a routine conn- tried lo quit but his resignation ,y vcrs The events will be opepiolson, p.m.; Victoria High s (Vninl Tex-is' Clear to nccepling congralulalions on her'lhan, chairman of the deer himtiiig ability mid Commiltec of an cighl pointer Itelail cil session. Mayor Hudy Kenilon was no! accepted. of lhei'jrollBl" "I1 "10 police The order, effective March 1, lo the public with an Junior Varsity. I-red and warmer T> L vipini-in .r. ......_ 'I' Hi' situation Lea said ho was called into Lake' fee of 'stl cents for adults. 25LKussio. p.m.. and'Victoria ;hv High Tues- Charlie Vieloi'ia Chnmher of Commerce.ll'J' asking Hie councilmen if the chief's office after Pridham Lake and Victo- cents for sludcnls. The localIlligh School Varsity Hand, Fred son, .luhn Williams Anilcrsons explnining thin llieirlpripfils encli yeni', can lie.sl be daughter, Nuncy, age IS, nndlcurlailod when employes are son, Don, ago hull hnil fnnlmvnrr n'nv.s shojiliflcrs plaints about the police depart-1 Ihe chief, inenl or any oilier oily deport-' menl. lit- then each council- were luicking had som open IIP pit salt water disposal opera- tions" because the water seeps ''en- Inlo underground water forma- When Kciidiin was tions instead nf evaporating, as School mid Doug Williamson of icille Hardin; Louise, J. II Haronunru- pressure Plcnsiniton High School. They i Henderson; Easl Uernnnl, ;ltl.-'a. will consider such things as Scdatolc; Wnodsboro, J. D.j Sunset Tuesday, sunrise Inmitlon, rhythm ami 'arlicula-il.alikart; 'lion, liloominglon, Wcilncsday. dynamics, volume. bal-'H, I.ylle; Pelliis, I.nciati Weather exlmnt's for this over a rcccnl error, listing operate. Kmployos will nlso he innu if Ihe police Ihe cmmcil, Councilman liary1 Kailurc to comply wilh Ihe or-! once, and cndeiice Jahifka: Tiilehavcn. Jack Kiir- dale Low 'rJ in 19111 and WM, Niinry HID datighler of "Mr. given informal ion on how to chief's aclion mi'l with Iheir Arnold saiil he wonl along with tier coulil resull in' the coiumis- for playing quiililies ami uiii- iss; Shiner. Thomas Howmnn; high twin Hun Aiiili-i-Min" in a naiuile n siinpinlini; incident approval. All indicaU'd il diiL what was decided al anolhei' slnn shulling in a well from its 'funnily of alignment, spacing. Yor.kum, Van K. Kirkpatrick; IM tiu Hue of Hi.' policemen who ve- (Nee I'OUT, I'ngc 7) iinurkel. [carriage and step, showman- (See Page 1) ml i Atlvnciilo when it is delected,   

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