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Advocate (Newspaper) - February 24, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 290 TELEPHONE HI (-1M1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1964 Established mi Talks Fail On Wheat For Russia Ship Boycott Slill in Effect MIAMI BEACH, Kla. (API- Negotiations between Secretary of Labor Willard and union officials to end a boycott against U.S. shipments of wheat to Russia collapsed Sunday night. Wirtz announced through a spokesman that he was return- ing to Washington after four fruitless days of talks wilh mar ilime union leaders, "We have not been able as yet to arrive at a a spokesman for Wirlz said Little Hope "Efforts will he but (here appeared lit- tle hope of any early settlement following (he unions' broaden- ing of their demands to include all Iron Curtain and satellite nations as well as Russia. The unions demand that 50 per cent of all grain shipments to the Soviet bloc be sent in American vessels. Wirtz said at a press confer- ence earlier Sunday that the la- test union demand to include the satellite nations could not be settled in talks here, and would require high level con- ferences between labor, state, commerce and agriculture offi- cials involved in the wheat sales, as well as the unions and private companies handling the sale of the grain. Firm Commitment The unions argue that they had a firm commitment from the late President Kennedy when Hie U.S. -Soviet wheat dea'l was first made that at least half would be shipped in Amer- 12 Cents WIND HAD A (SNOW) BALL One cold, winter morning, the residents the Knights of Malta home near Lewistown, Pa., looked out their windows and saw strange things on their lawn. The "things" were dough- nut-shaped puffs of snow, some as large as two feet in diameter. Pre- sumably caused by playful winds, the odd-balls had never been seen before by the residents and none are- younger than 75 years old. North Texas Raked by Cold Front By THE ASSOCIATED PH1XS5 A Canadian cold front brought 'Ally' Pakistan Pals With Chou Shakespeare Festival To Be Held in Victoria Zanzibar Gains New Recognition U.S.. Britain Join in Move WASHINGTON (AP) The United States, Great Britain and six British Commonwealth nations have recognized the new leftist government of a nation U.S. leaders now feel may move toward neutrality rather than into the Communist orbit. The State Department safe Sunday the first two U.S. diplo- mats flew back to Zanzibar City, completing restoration of relations interrupted by a Jan 12 uprising that overthrew the former sultanate. The diplomats are Frank Car lucci, designated charge d .affaires, and Donald K. Fetter son, who had stayed behind in Zanzibar after the ouster of al other U.S. officials one virtual ly with a gun in his back. Pet terson was in turn expelled lasi LAHORE, Pakistan (AP) Chinese Premier Chou En-lai In lean vessels to provide more northern half of the sta jobs for U.S. workers. They also say President Johnson re- newed the pledge when he suc- ceeded Kennedy, but that the promise has not been lived up to by the administration. Wirtz said earlier that' the de- mand to include Soviet bloc sat- ellites in the 50 per cent for- mula was new to him. He said snow Pakistan, a U.S. military ally, to the Texas "friendly coopera- Thursday. Same Reason Snnday and raked much of lhe The British high commission er also was ousted Thursday for gusty winds as It raced toward Texas coast. Dalhart, in handle, measured snow. The snowfall nearly lo Plainview on the South Plains. High temperatures for the day ranged from ,37 degrees al Dal- A Breath In Time NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. John Catina stuck a pretzel in his mouth Saturday ntghl and then he gasped for breath. The pretzel was lodged in Iiis throat. Police were called and started to a hospital with (he baby and his mother Mrs. Vincent Catania. On (he way the police car State To Help Promote Event By TOM E. F1TE Advocate Staff Writer Victoria will become, the home izers of the league joined with Devercux School and Trail of Six Flags Theatre to plan the this summer of the only wl11 Dnng pro'es- speare stage festival in the stateislonal' and local talent of Texas, three local groups for 'nc presentation of jannounced jointly this "A .._.. -.._ j Formed especially to and another aulo collided, [the cily and the area 12 week- T The crash dislodged Ihe of Shakespearean theater as the Shrew." has prelzel and the hay was iat Ihe Devereux Playh i u s e if enthusiastic pronounced in good condition [Classical Reportory League jbe the name under which the1 suffered stage presentations will minor injuries in the crash. Aoh.allv OUJ helP al Havcrford Hospital. Three persons rector Frank Hildebrand has at- will do ev- Actually, however Units for Cyprus Problem for U.N. a....... ui. t vj iij pi laiiuu tlllu DI 1USM agreement lhal there should be Chief Delegate Sir Patrick Dean for the first time as he contin- ------i IIUJII this "used problems of great nart lo 71 al magnitude that can only he rc-J The communique te withand announced Sunday that Peace Talks Khan will visit Peking. The announcement came in a ofjAbcid Karume south of the equator. It provides JAKARTA, Indonesia solved by high-level discussions In Washington. Appeals To Unions Wirlz, after telephone consul- tation wilh Johnson, appealed lo the unions to lift (he 10-day- old boycott until sucli a confer- ence could be called. The While House also reporl- Skics were mostly cloudy over Northwest Texas and clear to partly cloudy in other areas. Forecasts called for the cold blast lo reach the Texas coast Monday morning. Kain or light Governor Honored at Laredo Fete LAREDO, Tex. CAP) -Gov. edly made a direct appeal to Temper? union leaders. grces wevi areas and light rain for south- ern sections of Ihe state. of 10 to 28 de- Birthday Celebration hit with more and more Pakis- tanis the longer he slays in thcjabout 80 per cent of the'world's country, already has "normal- supply of cloves, ized" Peking's relations with! Canada, Australia, New Zca- South Texas of Sunday at need exists for "general dis- the 67th annual George Wash- re forecast for North-; here. othor neighbors of India Malaysia. Pakistan andlheels of shooting along the .-.Ur, V_ lcease.fire separating IndO- nesian-backed guerrillas and a Malaysian-British force. This was reported by an in- formed source after a meeting between Foreign Secretary Sal- vador Lopez of the Philippines and Deputy Premier Subandrio ma, Nepal and Afghanistan. Hejfndia also recognized the Ka- is scheduled to go on to government. Feb. 26. Approves In Ihe communique, Pakistan- In London, a Commonwealth and Communist China said lliejRe'ations Office spokesman said the organ- promote" the festival as a ma- jor tourist attraction. Already, the bureau has listed the fes- tival dates on its special tourist maps which will he distributed to out-of-state visiors during 1964. filu Gulager Interested Charles McCally, director o! Trail of Six Flags Theatre and also aclive in the newly formed repertory league, said that a number of professionals will take leading roles in the two plays, possibly including G 1 u Gulager, who appeared as Billy the Kid in the TV series "The Tall Man." Gulager wrote to McCat- ly, who appeared with the young __...... actor in two segments ot t h e ued his search for agreement "Tall Man" scries: "The Shake- among Cyprus, Britain, festival is the most in- lurkey and members of the idea that I h a v 8 curily Council. ;heart about recently in the thea- The two men, after an hour ter. If I am not tied up in a and a half in Thant's TV series, I want to be told reporters they could notlthere." say anything. Thant himself! McCally is hopeful of obtain- said, "I Ihink the picture will bejing the services of both Gutager clearcr tomorrow." The council and his wife, Miriam Byrd, for ta "The Kacaaragiag Sign College drama directors also UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. CAP) Secretary-General U Thant was reported Sunday to be having trouble finding countries to make up an inter- national peacekeping .force for Cyprus, even if he gels general Of all the countries that might generally be acceptable for such a force, only Canada so far seemed willing and able to sun- ply troops for it. Thant, meanwhile, brought to- gether Cypriot Foreign Minister Spyros Kyprianou and British ri illumine ciiuu 10 soive me nis debate Tue Malaysia crisis virtually col-i lue c___t__ _: .1 i i, tntnr lapsed Sunday night on the armament" and called for an- other conference of African- British Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas-Home had sent a mes- sage to President Karume say- Asian nations as "a prevention ing: "I.am glad to be able toot Indonesia. inform you that, following the "1 wish we had Texas early Monday; 24 lo' Cqnnally received a siandingiof aggression. Unlorm you lhal, following working as hard for Ihe in North Central Texas: from the more than 300J Pakistan's stand served of consultations can unioi ..-_.--. Sources informed on Thant's talks said there was a deadlock on whether any council their support to t h e tion on the force should James Barton, chair- the 1960 treaty of guarantee (man of the drama department concerning Cyprus in addition Southwest Texas State Col- calling for respect for Cyprus'1'ege, commented: "This is a independence and territorial in-'really encouraging sign, to see tegrity. the community, college and pro- ins as we do for the So- viet said President Thomas W. Gleason of the fn-j ternational Longshoremen's As-' sedation. i Gleason and other maritime leaders said the issue of loading, shipments to Iron Curlain ai lo 35 in Northeast Texas; 33 to persons at the President's lunch- 43 in South Central Texas and 34 to 32 in Southwest Texas. Readings of 10 degrees belo1 eon which concluded the four- day celebration. tice on Washington that this na- tion of 100 million at the top of the Indian subcontinent no long- zero greeted the day at Inter- J'ond description with receiving national Falls, Minn., Ihe governor said. ing DeviJ.s Lake, N.p. and The annual fiesta is celebrated -md Minn., shivered in -H. Even atiboth in Laredo and Nuevo La- satenite countries is not a new midday temperatures froze atiredo, Mexico, just across the rio issue, but Wirlz said it was the near-or-bclow zero mark in grande, to betler relations be- broughl lo his altenlion for Ihe first time when he came here' lasl Thursday. The dispute previously had centered mainly on shipments' lo Russia itself, Wirtz said. Urgcnl Questions Wirtz saici the issue of ship-' merits to Soviet satellites raises urgent questions concerning in- Minnesota. Cold wave warnings were in "I am, of course, pleased be-jer considers the U.S.-backed CENTO and SEATO military al- liances the center of its foreign policy and that Pakistan now is charting an independent course that will take it closer to Peking. The communique expressed both countries' "firm opposition to colonialism" and then took twcen the United Stales and Mexico. tion to your government. "I look forward with confi- dence to h cffecl in Nebraska, Mexican Govs. Praxedis apparent swipe at U.S. for- lowa, Missouri and much of ll-iboa o( Tamaulipas state and e'Sn in often linois. The deep freeze extend-] Eduardo Livas Villarreal of Nu- ed far into Dixie and scattcretliovo Leon state also participated frost was expected to invade scheduled for Tuesdaj island of Bali. Both sides in the Florida. Snow, whipped by strong 11'tit; in- .i ternational relations, the US winds whirled balance of trade and olher prob- OUB Minnesota and Iowa "ally a birthday present which lems "lc Great Lakes area, she described as B "beautiful Wirtz said lie stronglv ._ _ _. IjflKC In Ulrt Inrt l a moiling of, o a e, Slate and Michigan. Johnson (o call labor, commerce, Slate and riciilture department officials in Washington lo discuss Ihe whole question. Wirtz spoke to newsmen aft- er the news conference called by Gleason; Paul Hall, president of Ihe Seafarers International Union, and Joseph Curran, head of the National Mai-Mime Un- ion. Geoi'ge Meany, president of the AFL-CIO, continued his full in Ihe activities. Following the Governor's talk, celebration president Robert N. Freeman presenled Mrs. Con- ___ gold charm" bearing the like- to the lee ofjness of Martha Washington. Mrs. Connally is 44. Tfi VT> i? IM f< J i (J A tr support of (he maritime unions. "I think (hoy are absolutely Mcany said on a CHS television interview, "Face the Nation.' "They are jusl fighting for bread and butter for their peo- Mcany said in denying the (Sec W1IKAT. Page 7) Minor Fires Hit Homes in Auslin AUSTIN of a gas line regulator Sunday set off minor fires in ore hundred or more Austin homes. The fires occurred Additional Cuts in Taxes Seen Possible by Mills WASHINGTON (AP) The congressman most responsible for Uic (ax cul now neariug final approval said Sim- day additional lax reductions are possible "in Ihe not-too-dis- tant future." But Chairman Wilbur D. Mills D-Ark., of the House ways and means committee, conditioned the chances on rigid control of government spending. n one-year lapse in what he called the efforl "to limit the growth of federal expenditures" would make i( extremely difficult to move toward further tax relief Mills said. square mile area of southeast1 Austin when a telephone com pany crew laying underground equipment drilled into a rcgu- Inlor governing the flow of nat- ural gas into homes from a high pressure gas line. The affected area is about 2U blocks south of tlie state capilol. Austin firemen said the un- regulated gas prcsjiiro knocked out pilot lights in stoves and walcr healers. No one wns In- jured a I.lnilsc lo take ils Ihe tax measure Tuesday, hailed the bill in a statement as "an historic piece of legislation, not merely because it provides the largest tax reduction in our history." He snid the bill "meels the requirements of fiscal respon- sibility" and is explicilly aimed at achieving a balanced budget in a growing economy, pro- viding opportunities for employ- ment and investment and "giving the fullest possible play to the initiative and venture- someness of the private sector of the economy." He said the reduction will not perform miracles like ending poverty or even reducing unem- ployment immediately below four per cent, or ending balance of-payments difficul- ties, But ho insisted it will "make possible a very substantial in- crease in the level of total econ- omic activily" al the "initiative or private consumers and busi- ness." The further results, he said, will be more profits, more jobs and increased attraction for investment in the United States. In apparent recognition of the elimination in the bill of many of Ihe tax-lightening provisions President John F. Kennedy originally recommended, Mills continued: "All of us know.of course, that this is not the ulti- mate lax bill. There's a lot left to be st of the United Stales support" in trans- (box office to be set up. Admis- sion will be for adults and 75 cents for children per play. Combined Talent its plans, the said in a over the Malaysian Borneo states of Sarawak and Sabah off 1 A oclay 8 Chuckle limits to foreign aircraft. ment's desire for friendly rcla-l H was authoritatively learned tions with Ihe Uniied States and here that the Indonesians would Women arc now at n dis- tinct disadvantage. has Nation Eyes Netv Suit Aimed at Bible in School At first the school board voted i leaving the final decision up to on a policy of permissive Bible rh r
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