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Advocate (Newspaper) - January 20, 1964, Victoria, Texas l'18th 256 TELEPHONE HI Takes Mission to Philippines Notes Some Progress VICTORIA. TEXAS, MONDAY. JANUARY 20, 1964 Established Chief Deputy r J3 Hew In Atlanta Here Resigns Race Brawl MANILA earry meeting of the feuding to Com' nations in the Malaysia crisis meant ho would be a candidate for iheriff in the May 2 Democratic nfnri-nrt Cornelius would say nearW thal "at this fime are indefinite." Marshall said Cornelius had for was transferred here with the Patrol from on AaS- 1, 1946. Twenly-four persons were ar- Corpus rested outside the restaurant Saturday night, and 49 more are encouraging. Kennedy, here on the leg of his peacemaking President Johnson, with Macapagal for three hours. Knnnrdv had informed Mflpjma 'oul'ned In his resignation but partmenl of Public Safety on had gone to protest the earlier gaT of the resuUs of hbTalks" comment May 1, 1952, and served with arrests. in Tokyo with Indonesian Presi- lne lelter, addressed to the dent Sukarno in the American's _ j'vr quest for a peaceful settlement and of the Malaysia question. Colllt' read: e aaysa queson Flying in from South Korea on tor "me years I have been aturda niht the brother of c dcPuly pf the sheriff's de- Saturday night, the brother of e seris e- the late President John F. Ken: parlment, Victoria County, nedy told newsmen there was a I request that nedy told newsmen there was good possibility that the Malay- sia crisis can be solved, "Some progress has he said. been ,T., _ "has been a great pleasure College student. Refuse Recognition if Macapagal's opposition to the "II IVl O "n Malaysian federation estab- VJ Ltd. lishei in September has not taken the militant aspect of In- donesia's policy of confronta- tion. The Philippines refused to recognize nation consisting of the former British colonies of Malaya, Singapore, Sarawak and Norlh Borneo, _, _____._______ from injuries received Of Crash Injuries now Sabah because of a Philip- uum injuries receivea pine claim to part of Sabah. in a two-car collision here Satur- driven by Eddie M. Cross, 25, of The Philippine leader reas- day. Mrs. Schueneman remained Corus ins rmuppme leaner reas- uay. auuueneman remained corpus Cnristi. eerled his country's' stand in a ui critical condition late Sunday, companied bv before fatal accident occurred Cobb. 25. also o Hurt as Car A 20-year-old Cuero man was treated at Citizens Memorial Hospital Sunday night for in- Juries received when his car went out of control and struck tree _ on the Cuero highway. radio address shortly before The fatal accident occurred Kennedy's arrival. Saturday afternoon at the inter- Sccks 'Friendship' section of Broadway and Henrv The Philippines, he said, seek friendship with both the new na- tions of Asia and Africa and I IVloii with the Western powers, espe- TY ALl cially Uie United States. "We shall regard our comit- JjtHl't 8S ments with the Afro-Asian bloc as well as our continued close friendship with the powers in the West under the leadership of Uie United States as a coopera- tive participalion in the great universal endeavor of our times lo achieve solidarity in peace." The president reiterated his Support for Maphilindo, the as- sociation of Indonesia, Malaya and the Philippines which fell apart when Malaysia was formed last September. Altacked As 'Plot' He said the Philippines will continue to exert its utmost to make Maphilindo a reality again. Indonesia charges that Ma- _ laysia is a British, plot to en- was not immediately deter" circle Indonesia and vows to mined, crush the federation, under the Highway leadership of Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman. President Johnson has sent the 38-ycnr-old attorney general malely three miles' north of here in an attempt to head off a Nursery. A McCabe-Carruth Malaysia and Indonesia. hospital. After lalks here, Kennedy plans to fly fo Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysian capital, for a conference Tuesday with Rah- man. Then he will meet Sukar no once more, this time in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, on r> TVT.I Wednesday. Rooms for Nikita A crowd of about ---_ _ vi He and his wife, Ethel, had at the top. difficulty getting through the----------- crowd to the Manila airport lei minal. There he hold a news conference. "Some progress has been made in the dispute over Ma- laysia. The main thing is foi those concerned to sit down at a conference he said Kennedy emphasized lhat the Malaysia problem is one that should be resolved by Asians He said that the 'late Presi e ae rei dent Kennedy was honine to masflve sca and >and search come lo (he Sunday for a woman balloonist "I feel I am coming here as who Saturday during his emissary as well as an eieht-balloon race from San- dent Johnson's Kennedy said la Catalma Island to the main- _ Whirls niliUS, OvfM By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Western winds of up to 66 ThleUer ignation was Snel'iff Marsha" all deparlmcnt at Ku Klux Klansmen e'nlerVS v segregated restaurant while Ne- Cornelius has been asoeiated groes picketed outside, touching with law enforcement work since off a brawling melee and tho Nov. 1, 1942, when he joined worst racial incident in Atlanta the Texas Highway Patrol. He in months be relieved of my duties ef- eclive January 31, 1984 other depues an more He joined the Motor Vehicle were arrested a few hours later outside the city jail where they Inspection Division of the De- y an serve w that llnit lmlil lhe meaacu tu iiu> sheriff's department as chief Commissioners deputy on Dec. 31, 1054. Cornelius resides on the Hal- lettsville Highway in the Garden Villas Addition. He and his wife liave three children, Mrs. Tom Brooks of Victoria, Miss Joe Cornelius of Victoria and Wil- liam V. Cornelius, a Victoria Bureau street. Corpus Chrisli. 25, also of Corpus Christi. Cobb and Cross were not .seriously injured, although Cobb was thrown to the pavement Klan in that trom the car. The Schuenemans were also thrown from their auto. Both vehicles were total wrecks. Funeral services for Schuene- man will be conducted at 2 p.m Tuesday at F r. e u n d Funera' Home. The Rev. John A. Jacobs _ en or more Louisiana cities last September, including one on the state Capitol grounds at Baton Rouge. At Washington, the Civl Rights Commission said federa compulsion nrnhahly is inevita pastor of St. Mark's Lutheran ble to breach barriers that con Church, will officiate. Burial wil be in Hillside Cemetery. He was born in Weesatche _ e was orn n eesace Martinez s car caught fire jan 20 1894 He was married rom the impact. He was pulled rom the vehicle by Charles tfoscatelli and Jimmy Miori be- ore the ambulance arrived. Treated for cuts and possibly other injuries was Robert Mar- inez, whose drivers' license lists Route 1, as his home. Patrolman Dalton Meyer said that Martinez' car struck an oak tree on the left side of the highway approxi- The accident happened direct- ly across the highway from Uie point where four youths were killed June 17, 1962, when their auto hit a tree. i ui aoout COPENHAGEN, Denmark first for the city of Cuero since swarmed around Kennedy when Danish government 1962 when a pedestrian was ne arrived from Korea, where has rented all 475 rooms in struck and killed as he crossed ne visited U.S. troops along the Copenhagen's Royal Hotel for a dimly-lit thoroughfare. There armistice line and had a 70-min- the June stay there of Soviet were 12 traffic fatalities in De- me talk with President Chung Premier Khrushchev. He and Witt County in 1963, a record Hce J ark- his parly will get the 100 rooms high, but none were inside the car, broadside by a car Cros was Daymond is survived Alfred children Police Chief Charles Clark Crosses Fired In Louisiana ATLANTA (AP) Ten robed A f plliri _T lUn M I 1 fl I TVI Q I" lllllCVll (t I Trials were sched- uled for municipal court Mon- day. Crosses Burned Elsewhere in tho South, a white youth was convicted of second-degree manslaughter in :he shooting of a Negro boy at Birmingham, Ala., and numer- ous crosses were reported jurned in Negro communities of southeastern Louisiana. The FBI said the Justice De- partment was informed of the The crosses, wrapped in jfirlap and soaked in kerosene, were of more or less uniform construction and the burnings apparently were coordinated. At Birmingham, Larry Joe Sims, 16, was convicted Satur- day of second-degree man- slaughter in the Sept. 15 shoot- ing of a 13-year-old Negro, Vir- gil Ware; The jury fixed Sims' sentence at seven months in the county jail. 100 Promised In Baton Rouge, an anony- mous caller told the Morning Advocate the burning crosses signaled a reactivation of the said _. burned. area. The caller crosses would be tinue to bar most nonwliites from skilled crafts and jobs'. Small Increases The commission said that only uu... u, -IV..I. 1IUU Autllllcu odlu LllclL UU1V to Miss Elsie Lapp ,in Cuero on meager increases in Negro and Aug. 19, 1926. minority apprenticeships anc Schueneman, a member of the employment have resulted from American Legion, retired in 1961 intensified government prod WHUJ a sun, Aiireu w. acnuene- ui uiuse Hiiesiea in tneen elected councilman-at-largei n April, 1962. In a race withj John H. Clegg Jr. for the post1 vacated by Lymon Saylor, whose erm was expiring. Born Feb. 3, 1923, in Oklahoma City, Landreth had lived here 10 years, coming here to assume his position with Union Carbide. He was president of Calhoun of VFW. Mayor window just to the left of the sci However, entry is believed to owever, enry s eeve o Police detectives were still have been made through a J window found unlocked. Offices and classrooms were ransacked, and money taken from a soft drink machine in the teacher's lounge. The intrud ers went through the cafeteria but apparently look nothing. Charles 0. Bradley, Gross High School principal, said th i.j .11.1x1 U.1.V.IH.J uau jiign Gcuuui jji bcild in been used, as the glass was not school was entered sometinu broken. Saturday night. Glass in a door Two wooden doors were forced on the north side of the shoj at the principal's office. An at-huilding had been broken, anc :p tempt was made to enter the glass Vo-nt-m vault at a point approximately doors. The Gross cafeteria was also The first "incident began when Negroes began to hurl taunts at the klansmen, callinc fhem However a 16-inch hole was "ghosts" and sayine they were the plaster was taken. afraid to come out of the res- wal1', lal'fe eno.u8h for Th" information based on data The restaurant was "i" BRAWL, Page 10) Enll'y 8alned to the ._ building sometime between p.m. Saturday and p.m Sunday. Patrolman William Pralka dis- covered the break-in at Mitchell School. He saw a window had been broken at the top of a fire escape on the east side. Investi- gating, he found that the floor at the base of the window was littered with glass, indicating The only one to finish the Clemente as hundreds of spec- tators lined the shore. He made the crossing in two hours, and 40 minutes. The race, lhe first of its kind over this course, was sponsored by the California Balloon Club. The nylon balloons are filled with air from a hot-air blower on the ground. The pilot main- tains heat by operating a pro- pane burner at the balloon's mouth, turning the heat up to jjain altitude or down tn reduce elevation. Mrs. Keith's balloon was 40 [cet in horizontal diameter and feet high. The 42-year-old wi- dowed balloonist wore a black flight suit, boots, a crash hel- met and an inflatable life pre- server. :hat the window had been knocked in. Mrs. Winnie Mae Johnson, principal, and Pratka made an inspection of the building. The south instead of cast. Bookasta, producer and (See WOMAN, Page 10) POUTICOS AT WORK Solon Lambasts Cigarette Attack WASHINGTON (AP) Rep Harold D. Cooley, D-N.C., said Sunday the Federal Trade Com- mission has no legal authority to require that every package of cigarettes carry a warning that smoking is dangerous to health. In a sharp rebuttal lo propos- als made Saturday by the FTC Cooley said (here is no conclu sive evidence to support the con tendon that cigarette smoking is injurious to health. He called the FTC proposals absurd and said: "I think someone in the i iiuiin aumuuiiu lit lilt She had enough fuel fo keep FTC must be emotionally dis her balloon in the air about four hours when she took off in a drizzle at 2 p.m. Saturday. Cooley, who comes from the orbiting the earlh. rizzte at i p.m. haturuay. nation's top tobacco-producing They generally agreed that a finish, posed prob Small craft warnings were state and is chairman of the landslide senatorial nomination convention called flying. Strong gusts sped her House Agriculture Committee Gary expressed his views to B news on cigarette packages, Today's Chuckle Maybe the reason a beau- tiful girl usually has more proposals of marriage than an intelligent girl is that most men can see better than they think. F. W. LANDRETH Band Boosters, a Navy veteran of World War II and a member Frank Kinsey issued the following statement Sunday afternoon saying: "Mrs. Kinsey and I wish to express our sympathy to his wife and family m their loss, which will also be felt in the community he served so ably." To Wait on Vole Dr. Kinsey said that he was going to suggest that the council wait until the regular election in April to fill the vacancy created on the council by his death, in- asmuch as there is an adequate quorum. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, which he at- tended. The Rev. James Bailey, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Green Lawn Gardens. VFW Post 4403 will hold grave- side" military services Pallbearers will be John Gaf- fney of Seadrift, Dr. York Lan- caster, Champ Hemsell, Wallace AUC uiuoa aitiu neinseii, watiace mtered, but apparently nothing Perry, Jim Coleman and Harry unc InL-an GfnllmnTi Stellman. Surviving are his wife, the former Miss Jackie Burge; two daughters, Tcrri, 18, a sttidcnl at Victoria College, and Atilita 14; a son, Anderson Wade, 4 his mother, Mrs. Atoka Cotton of Muldrow, Okla. his father Ernest Landreth of Seminole Okla., and a brother, W. C Cotton of Denver, Colo. Talk of Glenn for Veep Is Blossoming in Ohio COLUMBUS, Jlenn-for-vice Ohio cralic organization professed president talk loyalty to incumbent U S Sen .._i.- ,r __ blossomed Sunday in the wake Stephen M. Young, 74 in his of the space hero's dramatic battle for re-election against jid for the Democratic U.S. senatorial nomination in native Ohio. Echoes from Marine L.T. Col. John H. Glenn Jr.'s widely publicized phmge into politics still reverberated as early ar- rivals gathered here for the parly's first Ohio preprimary convention Monday. But Glenn's candidacy sparked talk of his prospects "or the second spot on a nation- al ticket, expected to be headed by President Johnson. Politicps saw several hurdles in Glenn's palh bill most as- serted he could clear them with the astronaut, but many con his ceded privately that Young stood to lose. Some regarded such an even- the same aplomb displayed in deadline for in Ohio's May 5 primary elec- tion would mark Glenn, 42, as Bookasta, producer and coor-man when asked about FTC a prospect for lhe national lest a floor ficht open nartv dmalor of (he race, said today proposals for danger warnings ticket. wounds that could not be healed ll'jrTA 1Ai m_i___j_ i .1 m n Stalwarts In lhe Ohio Demo fuality as a mixed blessing that might put Young back in the senatorial race if Glenn, as a senatorial nominee, was drafted for lhe vice-presidential spot. They also said that Glenn for vice president should lip the balance this year and enable Democrats to capture Ohio, which the late President John F. Kennedy lost in 1960. But Glenn's entry into the Hearing For Ruby To Resume DALLAS (AP) The bond hearing for Jack Ruby is to re- sume Monday with, defense at- torneys saying they want to present evidence that Lee Har- vey Oswald assassinated Presi- dent Kennedy and killed police officer J. D. Tippit. How far the defense will ba allowed to delve into events pre- ceeding Oswald's death will de- pend on Dist. Judge Joe B. Brown, The specific legal point at the hearing is whether Ruby, a 53- year-old night club operator, should be freed on bond until he is tried for murder in the shooting death of Oswald in the Dallas city jail. Oswald had been charged with the deaths of both the President and Tippit. May Last Week If Judge Brown rules that the assassination of the President and the slaying of the Dallas policeman are pertinent to the bond hearing, the court session could last a week. Chief defense Atty. Mclvin Belli is expected to call nearly two dozen wit- nesses. But if Judge Brown rules that the events prior to Oswald's death have no bearing on the Bond hearing, the session could end much quicker. Ruby has been in jail without bond since he was taken into custody seconds after Oswald was killed. Under Texas law a judge may deny bond in a case punishable by death. Insanity Pica The defense has indicated that it will attempt to prove that Ruby was temporarily in- sane at the time Oswald was shot to death. In a conference Saturday with defense and state attorneys, Judge Brown said the psychia- trists will study brain waves of Ruby, while awake and asleep. By studying brain waves, doc- tors are sometimes able to spot damaged areas in the brain. The tests, to be made some- (See HEARING, Page 10) U.S. Caual Right Sharply Rapped. WASHINGTON (AP) _ Pana- ma's ambassador to the United Nations said Sunday that the United States' right to operate the Panama Canal in perpetuity senatorial race barely weeks before the Feb. 5 candidates, to Young's three filing and candidates. Leaders expressed concern before the Nov. 3 election. must waterway. and the Aquilino Boyd said the 1903 Ireaty granting perpetual rights was imposed on Panama under duress and is "repugnant" and "obsolete." Appearing on tho CBS radio and television program "Face a the Boyd said the Unit- for the ed States must ngree to renego- to endorse f jate the treaty or diplomatic re- lations will not be restored. "The situation there is going lo deteriorate more and morn if the United States is not going to ha said. ;