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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 2, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE VICTORIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, MARCH 2, 196'.! Established 14 Cents Casino Flight Vanishes In Storm Carrying 85 Ship Sinks In Allan lie; Two Killed Heavy Sea NKAR INNSIUWCK. Crash of Brilish Plane Fatal to 83 in Austria Airliner Bound for Lake Talioc DEMONSTRATE AGAINST U.S. Greek students are shown march ing through Athens carrying a large drawing of President Johnson Turkish They claimed the U.S. was taking Turkey's side in the Cyprus crisis, A priest carrying the C.rcok flat; leads the parade. 'The stu- dents were dcmonstrntinK also in support of their Koveinmenl's stand on Cyprus, and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, I.N'.NSmiUl.'K, Austria I A blackened, twisted heap in mce jibe snow, the wreckage of nOSTON' I3.ROO-! Urilish airliner v Ion l.iherian tanker Amphialns'Alpine gully near Iliis wink-i with a crew of bi'oke in Sunday. Hcscners reported in a severe North Atlantic a" aboaril had died, storm Xin miles east of liostnn Austrian officials said tl on Sunday. Two men died but plane, the Canadian destrovor escort lnilcl of Tvrot first In liv heli- snow, lhe wreckage 01 a Urilish airliner was found in an copier "It was absolutely minors! Dial any of Ihe vri passeiig Slows Slarl of Scnrcli in thick fog lo J'W'I nTW hit mountain "H> he said, I lie the Canadian destroyer escort Saturday, hit n mountain "vtHl he said Athabask.-m rescued lhe other, lloak- exploded nwl slipped jn "e passengers were skiing i-n- :M flames down the slope into headed for Innsbruck Bow and stern sections of landiiiK gear re- n.n All bill three two mn.fani .10 mained near ihn nn.-ii- Auslnilifiiis and one Austrian Stay Clear 01 Cyprus, Turks Told KXPKCTED TODAY wo IT .interns, "We linvc siMtylHMl tJir niglil Ruling Awaited On Redistricting vessel drifted '10 miles: nca1' 'he peak apart. The bow scclion sank la- ''he officials said the plane tor after all aboard it had os-'was nboul l.soo feel loo caped. low-, indiealing something was w-hich is strewn about in a nidi. The Athabaskan first took' wrong wild (he altimeter of annul feet in a deep Uils aboard IB crewmen from two "Kvrn HKI feet more altitude1 we are certain Ihat HI isiol llritlama of Ibe Interna lifeboats and a 171h man who have been enough for the-ntibody came out alive noiial Kagle Airlines of Ixindon was rescued from the water by plane to clear the moiinliiin tops The plane hi! Ml. II uas a turboprop crafl one a .swimmer from Ihe destroyer escape the saidllhou slid down into a gorge be- whose pmpellcrs are driver escort. i Dr. Kdiiard Christ, deputy it tmd neighboring Gams-.jet engines. On Stern Section (Yak hoth over fl.ooo leet high Ttu- range is .south-i easi of Innsbruck, site of the li'i.I winter olunpics C S Air KOHV fi'sclli- plane frum Itainstem in Cor many first sighted lhe black ened tail Sundav morning Iron an altitude of "I'.IXKI feet Tin I'.S. plnne radioed lhe Ic two small Austrian Mice Uk p anes which ew down (.cnler and wmtoi airport Hours later, II TAIJl'i: VAI.I.KY. Calif A four engine Air- lines Conslcltiilion carrying a capacity load of HI and a crew of four disappeared in blinding snow ami gusty winds Sunday after it started nail eov- hv Para, land. of I In- AUSTIN1 Texans I The other 18 crew members huddled on the stern section. JThe.y escaped to a life raft and were picked up by the Athabas- case las! Monday, a week kiin. NICOSIA, Cyprus (API Interior Minister Polycarpos Georgadjis said Sunday 'Tf the vr> (llc- Hie stale's 23 congressional dis- Ihe Greek Gyprinl official Iricls are nnerpial enoiiRl. was loudly cheered Ivy several warrant immediate rpdistriet- made most of Ibe Texas thousand persons as he made ing i .speech at a The court holds its case, was expected for Monday to band down In (he. Georgia case, lhe courl'w'th ltlp survivors for Halifax, Om of lhosp whn lo "ecaiisp the Georgia nilinR killed in leaving Ihe tanker The .-ippe.il olbei 'died aboard the Athalxis- groundless, a quick ruling on tlie kan after rescue Texas Observes 128th Birthday WASHINGTON TO-S.TS. and it w.-i.s here Hi Tex 1'evas (minders of Ihe llepublic na 50 Left lion i el ess Hv T, mA a ruling on congressional districts I-.IJKA ninlcrgronnd s greatest as' congressional rctlislricling in stales must he as nearly nval .n vimi-n ,n vi.mvv over MI 110111 could be made. in ixipulaliorj as possible. Second Disaster Washington on the Bravos Anna al Kan .lae'inlo _ Ihc niglt_court surprised sonic The ruling cleared Iwo ques- 'Htc loss of the Ampliialos Park with Ally. Con. A convention was called The _ destroyer e.scorl headed serves its l.mh birthday Mon- Ham MouMon commandoi -m. the birthplace of Texas, chief of Ihe Texas nnn.v and in- spired him to the campaign that in vietovv over Simla 2-lf) miles away, tier I time, was tmcorlnin. The celchrntion will be l.rill.MW Ky APi I'irr cli- stroved ,1 bag laclnrv and burned ing about of tilts northern Kentucky commimtly Manv ier o orce Texas lo redislrict tlc'r Konrtcen men' President Arelibisliop Makari- os, all the dreek members of Hie Cyprus Cabinet and other officials joined the thousands' i, packed the suburban Nico- Assemnly na Church of .Si Omolyile for the sercicc, Higblighl of Hie !JU ceremonv" was the speech by the _ interior minister, a comrado-in-' arms of the dead KOKA hero. or lei lhe matler wail in to endorse a _ >v. Jobn Connallv has said ie p oce do I w e a pea on thp' (j that the con Is woulrl nni wmllfl no1 mleriupt Texas elec- ui inr in-M.-i-ooarns or I'he batlle of Ihr Alamo had nlil 'n nceident nndlthe M signers of the Heclai iff un-'2" survived. (ion of Independence are ex-March fi The Ampliialos was headed pec-ted lo sttund lhe ceremony la Anna marched toward me Halifax from the Dutch The town of Washington as "it coast and was surprised April Indies with ,1 r.-u-i-o known iheii. serveil as the 2! San uhete Ihc capital of the Republic oflTexans were vielorious i-onipanic- helped Keh r, ami ended al From lhe Alamo 'San- "f ..i itp 1 nan .hincs, 3J l.uie, basis 1 in Oak- said "We know wlim hafipened As fa, ,u we can Irace, lhe flight was nil lout me l-'ifii-on would be passengers we're (urned back from S.in j.lo.se. Calif second slop on I Ihc flight which picked up 20 at -Salinas and M al San Mile High ts were taken lo Oakland la be put aboard another Para- disc- plane hul after fi short .vail were .sent back home wilh 'lie word the weinber over Iho Sierra was loo rough for Lake T.itlon is nearly A mill high, n miles Innj; and I .....I deep Ivan Sli-.n-f nm, tnveMigalor for lhe Civil Aernnaulirs Board ill Oakland, snid llenrv IS'orris, pilot ol ibi- propeller-driven plane, radioed Ihe Tabw Valley 1 It .1 a.m. "He ii-illy A le in the ..vercaxt and his There no Tulli-ation of am-tliing wrong I'.ut tlio weatlier has been so s'inkint' vou conldn'l si-arcJi 0 for lhe refinery al nearby Dart- J right "Our en our island, using the of the strong." he said, answer is thai we will a.m. Smulav hut was delayed we will have tlie .support ol olh er countries. Even ajone. wilh God's help, we will fight. If the Turks set foot on the liolv soil of Cyprus we will fight "them even if we all Georgadjis appealed to Cypri- ots "to forget differences of the ,'lry past" and remain united undei voles In the leadership of Archbishop Slaknrios to defend Cyprus. He praised Ihe KOKA stnir- gle against Hie British, which lasted from Ifijfi to Hfiii. but did nnl speak of with Greece which was the KOKA aim then. He said, however. Ilia! Cyprus has been for si-ores of generations "Tilts has been made (Sec CVI'lil'S. Page !l> Tile no-ondor.semeiil vote Arizona Sen, Barry Goldwaler '''lie appeal is from an Oct. lhe ruling of a tin ec-judgc federal j ny a severe storm" wliich'lasiicd fight and in this fight we hope having over New Gov. cmirl m llouslon, which held the! Scotia and Newfoundland A Rockefeller and Ha- states dislriclmg law uncon.sti-j wilh llp to 75 rold L. stassen. tutional because it anri coilstal (.oldu-ater supiiortcrs claimed city dwellers. The court: with 17 inches of snow the refusal to recommend a ordered at-larpe races for all1 Sunday, the Coast Ciuard presidential nominee to [he U.- congressional seats unless Hnston reported 12-foot seas OfXi-member volunteer group tricts were re-aligned by Feb. 3. ;at winds was a victory for their man. Connallv met with Democratic 'The weather was fair I hey contended Goldwaler has congressmen during iiis visit to A Koyal Canadian Air Force Ibe backing of Washinglmi TJmrsdaj and di.s-- long-range Argus plan- spotted the assembly convention March cussed redistricting. which could one floating section of lhe lank- l.i-l.. in I'l-esiio. affect all but tour or five Texas and two iifelxials while on Die Republican National Con- districts. This handful of dis-! routine patrol yciitmn will make its Iricls comprises the only ones The plane reported ils find to lia choice in San in which might pass the lest of i Canadian Search and .Inly. California has Hfi votes. (See Page (See SHIP Page iing hard i'ls were glut "The wenthi" Iht CORPUS CIIRISTI, Paul Amos Saniihlorn, Corpus' as other Mole than persons uen evacunled by policemen win hanged on door.-; ajul in one c-asr u to .-IKJIISC sleep ing inhahilanl.s Alnitii [Mibcernen and fiicoien worked durinq the Tex 'Al'llas high as million while his were alxint only 2" Released Al'lcr S Bond Christ] insurance man and fin- A meeting of his reditors, I Two walrhrncn in thr: factor was released from jaiMievo to number has ticc-n Sunday on bonris totaling set here for March 10 Police said about TF-Ili; WKATRER: Uncle Sam Still Counts Middle Income Group Sandblom had been in jail wl' J-hc bonds-one for ___ on a.state charge-were against .Sandblom have been posle by six men Sandblom, whn has filed for William M. King will, AHorrK'Y Sarn tfirit urtion on lhe x 20 person, tly figlii. Toilllv'H ('.lilirUli; I'.it .niise's fir.it Clouily tn pai Hay _mri Tuosria. or carl tinupH niikl norlheast wimls Monday. 8 nf f 8 m.p.h. Monday lowest-income group Icrnperatures: 7J, pay lhcv hav'c Sonlh Central [exas hm, ,m, I'TOIll StlK V ll snd fog Monday niorn.ng with wij] JJ3V scattered near virtually all taxiiF.vers AI'STIN Iho coast becoming partlv cloudy and a Idle warmer .Mon Rescue "ankruptcy, was charged by the federal governinent with using Jones the U.S. mails lo sell securities[ without having registered wilh! the SKC He was in the .stale court with having sold III', investment contract in violation -______________________________ of the state .securities act TKe whereabouts of Ihc bank- nipt financier could not be learned Sunday night His fath- er. F.. T. Sandhlom, unid he did not know where his was but assumed he was receiving rnedi- (hainnan the llniinl "'Ilial is fnilv a suggestiud gcrilli-iiM-n. lull nnt fui gr-t olio's milking it." U.S. Businessmen Irked At Some Ideas of LBJ YOflK (API-Some of has Johnson's ideas have struck syjnr COP Kxrrlnsioti foiirison n appears lo have draw notes among h.isi. heaviest Thr idea long .idvinc I'niti-d Auto Wo: k" r- an'! nil >n the ere. snd mild Temperatures Sunday: 87, high fj-l Precipitation .Sunday: Total (or year: -1 inches. elnurlv Mon- ,h "S ThP "mnMimcr units with (iix "ix rcllirn' 'lnrl mdivid- The Commerce Department ral attention lo r h" -on 10 lhe families. Wiien taken estimated that M.R-IO was the The voiwRer .Sandhlom e'-i.t and r hls the. arc often referred median income of consumer complained of being ill ...i and ,cvc.ml, units in This means that Sandhlom filed a voluntary 50 per cent made more than this petition in bankruptcy .Ian. 7 A HJS plan In reduce imcmplo-- amount and SO per cent made bankruptcy official "said that rncnt by bw.ting overtime pen. less. Ihe median probably was Sandbl.m's liabilities might run altv pay appears to have little slightly higher in ISM. suppriri About 1S.I per cent of al.' re- Ji J'OrcCS i of the total tax" Sf> irn 2fi.fi per cent to ATHK.VS, Greece (AP) A cent under the new tax Greek naval slrike force- in eluding dc-slroyers, troop car- group will continue to pay in disincline. Thus the returns from ricrs and landing craft-operal- fhf. nearly two-fifths of all collcc- In a telegram to Gov. John income grojp reprc-eel in the Aegean Sea Monday disturbs lions from individuals, Connallv and U. Gov. Preston sent per cent nf all taxpayers just 12 hours sailing time from blls r.essmen The .rea.siiry estimates Ihat .Smith, both Dcmocrals. the W and (AA per cent of Ihe taxes. Irnubled Cyprus. Hnt 'u> far lot. industry levt us R fay The latter figure wil! be B5T, un- The sailed from Piraeus, ersiUl interviews thM l some the The m comnmucm of complained Sunday that Kc- His "v.'dr on snuFi'K Jium ilium.1-. nfJci-niHt'e ol (.uiniH.iincci Lna. r.c- sharp ihr c ay a ternoon. Partly cloudy and lhc ,miU bv v.cre cxcli.rh-d from a un fro slightly cooler Monday night, comes of .W.OOO lo will be legislative council appointed to 27G per ceni ruesday increasing cloudiness virtually unchanged-ami (his study Texas congressional ami milrl. group will continue to pav in disincline. Thus the r I UK I ;rarn lo numv h His talk of mte 1 wage or price b, inflationary ha.s for 'fringe Ihun of1 rkers on o'.-r-i i uhich ft 'l-long time, and plant Jones and Lake T.iJi, An- moving in and out Snow show- dam- ors However, at that lime ll.crr was nothing alarming atyont tho weather We atsninn he h.irl lake in sight The minimum for the -'V-tlllle (lescf'ni id.vui the length nf the lake lo tin- K-ros-, the slide line from vada'.s phi-h gambling c.i.sinos is -I.IHXI feet Jiad anv air search. Monday, weather p'Tinming, four amphibian ir, helicopters and 31 or nun i- pl.me.v well ss ground -A ill Tins cidcnl U'lllihr-lcl N'oi i is. chief pilot for the air- line, is It. ,i baciiclnr. li.id atxiiit )r, DVI I tine in sti-ll.iliiin.s nr similar plane.s in If, years, and -A.I lamili.ii with lhe aiea o-.i-r I'-hich he was liv- ing home, is in Al.im.-d'a Calif '1 he iMvengor with- possibly bi-i ailsf nf over -Arm -il.o.-iid Tun VVilwn, tl. ind Holn 21. of s.nd they m projiosal txjard the airllnt-r when lhe the w ou.rc Together, lhe> yielded the ff) ric't man In 'Iiif--, n.iid rri.i: of thft foi places on the air- plane, lhcv law jx'ople ft. t.-'-kcis and tha' .1 p.i.o-nger li.it might not he :ic- tn -I hv run up y-- a red Arrujld r ol He Inc sul urban fit-' S-: man n lir-.i An The (.Sfr 9) ii- .il right.s legislation he "'f'" e S uher hoiilhcrn tills middle group will per cent of all returns file commitleeman, for uti.r, plan i't cause employers to Sl'llf'il less o'.ertmie and hire more orker.s1, he sa-vs businessman uould will lieelhoven's masterful Svm- ln pressure s e level Tuesday "this inlorrr.alton bnscd Irom tht U.S Weathtl Victoria O.flca. o "mf only 2 4 per cent nflhc numer- Pcl.r Garoufaltas. said the iw "M said m pai I that a- i f-p- al fhe hahihly wtll ?o up strike force, including com- of then doubl to statistics "r of we demand (hat pavers make less than said the force was in the Ac on ev'c ,s virtually as .party .he given the percentage of tax .Sea for "routine man.uv- total income for most taxpay-scntation." I (See. l.VCO.MK, icrs planned a year ago.' r r I -oLd Ihc JX write off ideas nstle, to he i! i K, k' attitude toward business. Page a) fuller selections include the isn't "William M-.rd by Pur- he- relM.-uTin. "licgutne for jiand." that and by ,1 n. and selected Marches. City-Wide Dollar Days Today and Tuesday   

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