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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 9, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 304 TELEPHONE HI 5-H51 VICTORIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1964 Eltabllihcd 111G Talks Hint At Carrying War North Rails Probed In Viol Nam SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) Secretary of Defensej Robert S. McNamara asked a1 lot of questions Sunday about a South Vietnamese railroad that rims to the border of the Com- munist north, a U.S. official re- porlcd. This was taken by some here to mean lhat McNamara! is studying (he logistical possi-j bililies of moving the war to! Communist North Viet Nam. The U.S. official said (he pos- sibility of such a move had not been discussed. On the first day of his fact- finding visit to (his war-torn na- tion, McNamara went through seven hours of briefings. His mission includes Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, chairman of Ihc Joint Chiefs of Staff; John A. McCone, director of the U.S. Central In- telligence Agency, and ranking State Department officials. Siihjccl to Sabotage The report that McNamara a.sked about the railroad came afterward from Arthur Sylves- ter, assistant secretary of de- fense. South Viet Nam has but one rail line, ft runs from Saigon to the 17th frontier be-' tween North and South Viet Nam. Actually, the railroad is sub- ject to mining, sabotage and ambush every week, and sec- tions often are closed down for a day or two for repairs. Other means often are used to bring supplies to Vietnamese troops fighting the scattered guerrilla! 12 Cents Rights Fight To Start In Senate Hill's Backers Arc Divided WASHINGTON (AP) The long-brewing Senate battle over the House-passed civil rights ibill opens Monday. The mea- isure's backers are somewhat divided but its Southern foes are united and ready lor a long, wearying struggle. The measure is the most com- prehensive legislative effort to improve the Negro's lot that has moved this far in Congress in nearly 100 venr.s. A-ll Jet Flights Over Red Territory Claimed Top GOP Contenders I Keep Eye Out for Lodge CONCOHD, N.H. choice for (op on the ticket.izona senator told reporters nl A. Rockefeller wiirneil.Somc New Hampshire Demo-'lhe airport he saw nn need [or CONCORD Nelson A. hocKcieuur wiuneii .ionic rtpw tiampsmre airp Hepuhlicans Sunday against jxi- trills fear a heavy Kennedy any more campaigning hccau.se in lilil'nl "extremes lhat are oul- wirte-in wilhoul a bhuieing il made." kill il nr of Amen- for Johnson would cmbarass the llockefellcr eluded the so-nn- um to Kill U 01 'I'residenl. lor for lhat remark: "I think Sen. Harry Goldwalcr rested Rockefeller's view nn lhe; it's a liltlo presumptuous lo as- his campaign disc with lhe Domorcatic inaneuvering: "I sume you've got il made "conscience and .common personally believe thai a presi- In Concord, lhe chairman of sense" of New Hampshire vot- dcnl should select his running Ihc Drafl Ixxlgo I'ommillee ers. .male." siiicl he sees "Iromeudoiis en- Aud bolli Republican presi- (ioldwalcr said Saturday a Ihusiasm for lhe n.-ir- an dential contenders kept an eye, mandate for Kennedy coiildjly's vice cocked on Ibe write-in campaign jsaddle Johnson wilh A running who i.s for Ambassador Henry f'abol mate who would "make Viet Nam South see make lhe ,1. Richaid Jackmnn said lhe ,all Ihey jit to a pattern more to (heir liking. Hacked by l.IM Tho Democratic leadership, backed by President Johnson, has pledged every efforl to pass il inlact. Both sides disclaim thoughts of compromise. When the bill passed the Top Official Says It's Not True Tnulr Journal i i 111 i Jann WASHINGTON AIM-An nvi- ulion trade journal said Sundny Ilic All. siHTel Miporsnnic jet U'lioM1 existent'c Presi- pivsidenlial U.S. nmlwi.wador to THE KGG AND Wilma Buff aloe's first grade class at O'Connor School look on as a class project (ho adoption of a eggs and a mother hen, and then watched with interest as the baby chicks emerged into a strange new world. Shown here admiring the finished product are Lori Barnes and Jesse Matson, looking slightly amazed by it all. passed an-. Mouse four weeks ago bv a vote; of 290-10 il had a solid parlisan majority behind it that on was a question mark llcpublicans' task easier next Democratic .side, November, (ml 11.11111 lull lul IV1 1'V.UIIIU U IIKU K, r i resisted all efforts to rian-v "cw Hampshire vot-j With New llainpshiru s presi- ly alter it. As the Senate opens, such two-parly solidari- ty is missing. Open Opposition Republican Leader Everett M sions over Communist lory." flown mis- Ixxlge organization Is shooting for lo volt-s in nflu-inl familiar Tuesday's presidential write in the name ofidenlial primnry two days away, enoe poll, and hopes to capture1 Inclining use of his name, he Ally. Cen. Robert K. Kennedy Rockefeller stuck lo the cam- at least (our of lhe M GOP con- said: "Tho All lin.s nnt flown as Ihcir choice lor a vice presi- paign trail in Manchester. veiition delegates at slake. 'nny reconnaissance missions dential candidate1.' "I'm going lo stay right hercj Former Wesley Powell over a clear pointer that America does "am nl.orc. lan an lnch hail ,.......o ram fell. The front blew inlo Dallas well shortly after p.m. and lashed I tic feeling persisted in Panama anpoit earning banncis somc sections.Idrawit.g close to nol want lo see any more coups in Soulh Viet Nam. Two thousand Agreement May Be Near1 PANAMA oplimis- he "II is tn Iho hill L uir i i- 'un-it ivvonlV...... ni' v j M i Mnr'ncs injureil two othorsiTlie spnkosmmi sairj "precise- hig n Uritish solrht-r. I.IIKI miles nn hour up lo we c-in do il w Ih n nnliln H Palms whal Ihoy were doing nl lhe The Klimn cease-fire was in nltilude, Irile he said Rase spokesman said limn of Ihc explosion, 1 do nol ported by Mnj Cen II M ,'Is iniixiinuin speed wns reached 'in'another radin-lclnvlslon (know." il'iirver.coiriinmidpr of the "how Icrvicw, Sen. Hugh Scotl li-Pa spokesman Identified thei About Marines were en-ish truce force on the island also a strong supporter' of bill, said the Democratic lead-' Jilc'c fln- thc reading, "Mr. banners McNamara agreement RiEhl-Icfs FiEhl" Olhcr with Washington'on "'the" two- S crUtoed French wre lllc i-.'u.'ing to the Charles de Gaulle for an ing neuti-alizadon of Southeast; east aboul Thc Weather Bureau alerted Asia. The demonstrators ap- plauded every paragraph of Me-1 am[ Pab coulUics fnr Namaras statement and waved ,elMy sevcre thunderstorms as. American flags. j the eastwm.d. Communist Vicf Cong agents1 Weather men said there was a dumped hundreds of handwril- possibility of hail in numerous ten leaflets denouncing "Mc-imoderate to heavy thunder-1 Namara's bloodthirsly aggrcs-j storms over an area "bounded bv crship's plan can succeed only if the bill i.s weakened to point that the Southerners accept il. Airliner Crashes BOGOTA, Colombia airliner crashed night 18 miles wcsl of Bogota ami police said lhat ap President .lohnsnn, In in air-ground said (he Klimn dead in- nmmcing thn All at his Feb 20 W. Cnwsorl, 17, son when lhe explosion occurred in eluded six Greeks nml one Tur- news conference, culled it an ex- parently all 2.1 persons aboard were killed. you seldom pilch. grt Ihc right treaty under which the United Stales runs the Panama Canal. There were lhc.se residenls of Lastland, .Stephens to support this optimism: newspaper La Prcnsa, vned by Chiari and claiming a pipeline lo Ambassador Miguel Moreno in Washington, has re-1 m i 5 ported that lhe United Slates: i Ollay 8 (..hucklc and Panama are "closer sors" in Saigon's centrafmar- Cisco Mineral WcTls lo an agreement.! The (rouble with singing kct. Police (juickly picked up ami Oincv (The paper said it would be dis-1 your own pi-ahes is thai the leaflets. an area 120 milesloosed Monday. reports said the Unil- ed States and Panama had- reached a "tacit that would be revealed Monday.] Galileo So-; !lis, while saying no accord had been drafted, described thc silu-l alion as less pessimistic than recently pictured. Panama appears to have softened its previous policy and fAP) Siate Ilepuh-icluhs. Johnson savs sale of mix-1'5 sail1 ro.w to have agreed to BERMN flesh tried lo escape lican and Democratic .i.-ini.. i restore diplomatic relations if by barbed wire, his clolhes'Bcrlin last December committees meet Mondav to de-, ditiona) SL'0 million DECISION TODAY of Mrs. Gloria Cowserl, Oak-lhe central portion of the (W5- kisb Cypriol, iperimcnlal niirrafl which wns nd, Calif. :square-mile base on lhe Mojave Carver had flown lo Klimn iin'li'igniug tests to dnrnilni: its will P. Ramos, wilh Indian LI. Gen. I'rcrn ns n long-range in- of Mr. lind Mrs. .1. Harncs, 'I'he spokesman said, "Thc Singh Gyani, newly npiminlod ti-rreplor. St. Louis, Mo. ;arca has beqn used as an arlil- ciimmander drifting Siind. Demolition ex- ports periodically go mil and try to detect any duds. Freedom Road A Brutal SPOTLIGHT i Cloudy, with scattered Ihun- iir .'dershoweis Monday morning, h but bcconni''K cloudy Monday and liuhy Will Take Sland Soon in Own Defense DALLAS, TM. 'AP) Jack lor.-i from fringes of thc en- the United Slates expresses frozen solid after an icy swim! again were night.'Clear to "he ,1 world of hand there are men of' groat ______.._ ..-7lr willingness to "negotiale and across a 30-foot wide canal, a! fie was imprisoned for four "K 'n .Ihc opinion polls lo Ihcir rcspeclive taxos, and unrealistic and discuss" exi.stinp riifferenre, Kast German ma. I thai limr. May 2 primary ballots. unenforceable liquor laws." Texas GOP'leader? indicated The State Democratic Execu-'ditions. earlier lhat their primary ballot l've Committee's formal session erendi dcnli thc P willingness to "negotiale and across a 30-foot wide canal, a: He was imprisoned for fom discuss" existing (iifference-s Kast German ma-1 weeks that limn and then re- y, nighl without commitment to prccon-ichinist finally reached Westtleaser! on probation anil ordered I" m.p.h.. thc shifling 'to northerly 15 to Sunday as show, He Is .scheduled tn hare his and slar of his own Holds of psychiatry and psvch.ol- whojio name.s are knu'An ha several wholchcai S Tex a cr Sen. ,lohn Tower were orgam- convention, zcrs of national campaign lo The Republican stale com mil- draft Goldwatcr for the party tee has a noon luncheon wiUi registering on wind gaufics Springtime winds hiiffclerl lhe Wesl Berlln il. Victoria area Sunday, wilh -j On August 17, lOfil, just four race. gubernatorial candidate Jack at Foster Field into Ihc high after Red., hullt their Doth state committees alsoICrichlon and other candidates thirties, and one gust hitting 43 dividing wall through Berlin are expected to consider a re-as speakers. National uopm.ph. at p.m. ISchwuchow tried to go lo the quest by Democratic Slate Rep. chairman William Miller speaks! More winds are expected Mon-! West, but Communist border Jake Johnson, San Antonio, tor at 2 p.m. with the business ses-day, but this time from thei guards caught him and he was a referendum on sale of liquor sion following. The commitlee is norlh. .Southerly winds from 15i jailed for three weeks by the drink in Texas. Liquor expected lo adopt recommenda-lo 25 m.p.h. are expected lo "I thought about :iow I would can be sold publicly in Texas.tions lhal il.s June convention be swing around to the norlh Mon- get out of there for two more only by Int bottle and mixedlheld in Dallas and the Seplcm-jtlay morning wilh lhe same ve-: years, but I had no courage un- drtnxs arc legal only m convention in Austin, llocity, jtil I met Iwo Then, I wirr; barriers. The 90. Temperatures Sunday: ihr electric chair Orange Tex so ic 'JOO miles His loot canal iies beyond. high 78. ,ris] ,7 anri ,1H.iy_ whero shc hccn 3f rhcre arc numerous HcH bor- I'recipitalion Sunday: Tra-" 'he stale rented its case Friday, rested an narcotics charges dcr guards along the canal and Tides (I'orl Lavaca Porl Dist. Judge Joe Hrown said She is expected lo tell Iliiby's machine O'Connor I-ows al Sunday he would recess court jury of four women and eight a.m. and p.m., highs at 3; from II a.m. until p. m. men that the defendant once guard towers wilh guns. "I did not think much about p.rn, and p.m. anything except lo gel through fioroinetric the barbed wire as quickly 29.K7. and swim across Ihc canal once I got he Monday for lhe funeral of Dallas beat a taxi driver's head pressure at sea County Clerk (ilenn liyrd. Thc against concrete, then regained official died Saturday of a heart control of himself and asked Sunset Monday, sunrise atlack. "Whal rim I .'o.'i Tijcwlay. Kuby's uitnc.vsc.s arc This is in line wil.'i the tlefense on a wi'lciy varied lot contention thfll lluby is subiecl suec Hie sharp barbs of Ihc bar-; There are strippers anrl follow .lo explosive mental i blackouts. (See ROAD, Page 7) T> club owners and other charac-i (Sec KUBV, 7)
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