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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 6, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE H8th 301 Bomb U.N. Effort ilV On Cyprus Greeks, Turks Still Divided NICOSIA, Cyprus (An A hoinb blew up under the Turk- ish Cypriot legislative chamber Thursday and now fighting broke mil on the north coast. The renewed violence lent urgency to United Nations ef- fort.', In form a peace force and speed it to Cyprus. ISolh Hie Greek Cypriol major- ity and the Turkish Cypriot mi- nority welcomed the U.K. deci- sion to send a mediator and in) international peace force la Cy- prus. Hut they were sharply divided over whether the deci- sion would en'! Turkey's treaty nglits to intervene on Cyprus. Calm Kffcrl The U.iY decision had a calm- ing effect in Greece, which bucks (lie Greek Cyprinls. Anti- I'.S. demonstrations tapered off after a week, llespilc Washing- ton denials, most Greeks ac- cuse the United Stales uf siding with Turkey. TKLKPHONE HI S-US1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 1G Cents Stepped-Up Red Force In Viet Nam Weighed Heavy Arms Appearing In Attacks (Joes For ('lose Look Ol'KMXC. Till-; Heavy equip- nu'tit uf the city is shown hurt- knnck- iiir, down tin- banks alonj; lite Citiada- lupe River in Riverside Park in prep- aration for terracing and sotldiiif; of the river to create a more scenic drive ;iloni; liie river. Park commissioner.; have invited local residents, with yard work to do and tune to spare, tu brini; their to the area and help the city with the tor President Fayil Kuebuk.' Turkish Cvpnui leader, accused Greek Cyprints of placing the lime, bomb nndi'v Ihe chamber, Ihe separate legislative lnylyl permitlrd the minority under Ihc consiitnlion that aecnnipan-! icd independence in Nnl Possible Interior .Minister I'olycurpos Ceorgadjis, a Greek said it would he impossible for a Greek Cypriot to slip past the strong guards into Ihc Turkish Cyprio! quarter of Nicosia to plant the lime bomb. Georgadjis asserted (he bomb was the work of Turkish Cypri- ote who "don't approve of the policies pursued by the Turkish; Cypriot leadership." The chamber is on the second' floor of a building 50 yards in-i side the line separating the warring communities in Nico- sia. The bomb wrecked tliei first floor, smashed nearby win-' (lows but apparently did not: damage the chamber. Five' Turkish Cypriols .silting in ai nearby coffee shop were cut by Hying glass. Shepherd Killed The fighltng swirled through three villages overlooking I rpiiia. A Greek Cypriot JJ, here! was reported killed before British truce forces arranged a cease-fire at sundown. The communal dispute over the meaning of the U.N. action centered around the Ircatv Deadline For Voters y is MIC finul thy ilulniiiK "poll mil pintl" certilifiitps for voting If! JHIil uilh only 111 of Itirsr Iriilirms cmmlctl lln> Vic- hirii'i C'riiinly nJfice fliniHgh 'Lhinsdny. Tin- "poll tax nut paid" vcrtittcales will LI ;i 1 i f y voters to cast tuiHols (inly for Midi federal offices as U. ii. ttcmilnr, and in Ilio primary Hrclions, hi iidilUton In president and vk.'p-ju'csideiif in the ci'Jil election in November. Only v o I o r s who tmltl jioll rprripls or (up linns will Im [U-rruil- U'd (o vute in state, county. .sdi mil, or other local elec- tions. The HO-dny resist ration period for voting on federal offices was iiiKiafod in February aflcr adoption, was certified of a U. S. cwi- stilud'ojKiI ;i m r n d m r ti i aholishinj; UK: poll tax as a prcriMjulsitf: lor voting in fcdcrtU elections. State GOP Oilers Redislricting Aid Hy lilt I'HISS WASHINGTON I AIM Sec- retary of Defense Robert S iMcNamara headed for South Viet Nam to take a close look I at what he described as evi- Utence of slcpped-iip northern i.support for the Communist 'guerrillas attacking thai coun- try. Rcforc hiking off on a fact- finding mission for Johnson, the defense chief told a news conference Thursday lhat new and heavier weapons "obviously of Chinese manufac- ture" have been appearing in Ihe bands of the Red forces. Increased "There has been evidence lhat in the last six months North Vieliiame.se suppoil ol 'I Comm1l11'st Wrl Cong ha.s Kainin, man srcoml from check ,11111 receive: fiom i1'. V'ra.1 .mil I epi i' [-til mercc c'immilii'e, Kai districting since we that you arc unablr to speedily ac- complish the task without an- poring your Democrat congres- sional national GUI eoniiiiitleeinan Albert Kay .said in a telegram to Gov. John Cun- nally. "Therefore to aid you in ivtll ii i r muii ,is e, on I i. ii .1 11 n American suppurl- to the 1, Koberl linker, a should carry (he war to ;l ol lur candidate for coninessmon-al- M..... 'the first annual ShakosmMi c jmd tin.; i. [ipi ;crs, should carry (he war candidate for congressmcn-al-Communist North Viet Nam large, said Thursday he is get-! p your problem, my partv offers slll'porl from Latin-Ameri- to participate in' a hi-partisan ciln communities all over nuinmiim ol tin- first annual Shakespeare ;ind this isn't insl iinu'ii i Festival, .scheduled to run Iron, venture- will .13 I own Attack the! VC sli'lcmcnls by "Actually, we hiiven'l set any costumes and Johnson and Secretary of State firm goal." said I'rc.idcnl Con- nnitinne five days of receipt of vour re- Meanwhile, aclivilv picked up! p
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