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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 14, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th Yeai TELEPHONE HI B-1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1964 lJUbllshtd 14 Cents Floats, Bands, Riders To Join Parade Today CONFERENCE Officials of the TSTA District XII convention com- pare program notes after Friday's general session at Victoria H i g li School. From left are Edwin E. Plmv- (Advocate man of Halletlsville, president-elect of District XII; Dr. Lawrence G. Dcrthick, the principal speaker; and George Lipscomb, Victoria High principal. Teacher Challenged To Stimulate Pupil liy PAT VYITTK Advocate Staff Writer Teachers of the Space Age musl be specialisls in at least one area of human endeavor, and at the same time must possess !he ability lo stimulate their students to participate in the vast accumulalion of knowl- edge currently being acquired by mankind, same mem- bers of the Texas Slate Teach- ers Dislriol XII, were (old Friday at their seventh annual convention in Victoria. Dr. Lawrence G. Derthick, Ihe idea thai the values are worth sacrificing for. "It has been estimated that Ihe Soviet Union spends almost two and a half times as much on education as we do. But there is one important faclor in our favor, and that is (he fact lhat to us the individual student is more important. Jury To Get Ruby Case Early Todaj U.S. Justice Said oil Trial DALLAS (API The stale claimed Friday nighl (lie shoot- j ing of Harvey Oswald has placed American justice on trial.I The defense called his slayer, Jack Kuby, "a very, very sick man." Taking turns, Ihe seven lhat make up the defense j and the prosecution were jocled to require more than four: lours in summation, after] which the case was to go lo Ihej jury. This meant the jury was not ikely to begin actual delibera- tions until Saturday morning, cess of lives which we helped to biiiltt. "We also know that commu-i nication is through the heart, and that listening lo a student ,._................................. helps the child gain during which de- anri leaches him (hat (he attorney Joe Tonaliill (old er has respect for his ideas." !lhe jury: Derlhic.lt said that the fourthj "A good government doesn't hill of vision, Ihe one of thejtuke (he lite of a man with a llonm Only A standing-room only crowd packed the courtroom for final Stock Judging This Afternoon liy HHNUY WOI.FF .IK. Ailvnrnln Slnff Writer Thousands nf spectators arc expected to crowd downtown sidewalks Saturdny morning lo witness a jcolorfiil pnriule climaxing Western Week and staged in jcomu'ction with Hie 18tli annual Victoria County Live- stuck Show. Al 11 a.m., the parade will begin its route south down Main Slrcet to Church, where it will go west lo liridge SCUKDULK that we arc looking on (he sue- (See TEACHEK. ['age 8) Dr. Lawrence G. Derthick, assistanl executive secretary! I for the Educational T tf i Department of the National JL .1 Education Association, told the teachers at Iheir assembly al ,4 the Victoria High School Gym- <2 nasium that the total J. of knowledge accumulated by humanity was doubled (luring Ihe decade beginning in JflSO. "It has been estimated Derlhick said, "thai the first doubling of kno_wledge occurred ligently-cnlicaHy-beca as Asst. Dist. Ally Ham Alexander opened Ihe stale's summation by declar- ing: "I'm nol going lo defend Oswald to you. 1 (ell you this- American justice is on Iri American justice had Oswald in iis possession. Oswald was en- lilled lo lhe protection of lhe (Advocate Plioln) WINNING BKAXJTY Manila Grceson post-s prettily by one of the stock show calves Friday evening nfter she was crowned Queen Victoria Her first public appearance will be Saturday morn- ing in (he downtown Western Days parade. She. will reign until next year's Victoria County Livestock Show. liy TOM K. Fl Advocate Staff He was entitled to a fair trial." [the teachers lhal (he reader can) Illm3 only assess lhe value, of news' A'exmwlcr (hen wheeled Greeson Queen Students should be taught to'on the basis of his personal a finger al read the daily newspaper Intel-ifidence ,Rubv and shouted: "You denied him the Tears of joy streaming Miss Grcosnn a present pretly [ace, Martha Crce-'from Ihe sponsors. hei1 son found Friday Ihe 13lh her and north back to Commercial. 11 will form on Slnyton, Power and Commercial Streets. More than 70 colorful floats, bands and other marching units and 100 horseback riders will participate. Downtown mer- chants are furnishing Irophles J in the commercial and non- divisions. These will jbc presented near Ihe Six Monument following the parade. No Parking On lloutc There will be no parking on the parade route Irani 7 a.m. until its conclusion, according lo Hobby Olslcr of the Vic- toria Police Department, who Is also Ihe narking committee chairman lor the Jayeecs. the Promenadcrj Square Dnnco Club will stage a street dunce near the Six Kings Monu- ment at the corner of Forrest nnd Main Streets al about to a.m. preceding the parade. Arl is president of Die club. Callers ivlll include Kddlc Smilh, Hill Mllllgan, Sniu Nenl Jr., and Charlie Van Mclrc. 1'arndc units entered In coin- pelillon must bo in place by 10 a.m. for judging, Ike Fitzger- ald, parade chairman, said. Judges [or lha flont entries nro being furnished by the do sponsoring Miss Greeson is active in Uiei very thin? yon demand Council, Senior cst. How horrible can cil' and e when you realize he of m at Victoria IIM, informed in at least one for .18 years, ad- Only in Ibis way he s-iid i y of learning, and keep abreast dressed Die social studies lunch-lean the students become u, J ,j of all these fast-moving at La Fonda Restaurant, ing people- and unless thevl IK k "Pmonls. i "What is the Akers think they' mi" mevHab v be- "c "But more than tiiat, ill asked bluntly and without pref- come subjeJls of a paternalistic moneyed means that we must stimulate anrl-or tyrannical government our students to lake part in! .Aside from Ihe results of (Sec OUIOICN, I'ngn s) these new developments. It is chemical mis- morning when she appears in It s the most thrilling expo- ice of my she ox- mod and was soon .surround- by other contestants and friends offering congratulations. sr (Sreeson is a student at' Victoria School and is the! wVCt' tbrlll out of it. Mocked Justice reactions and n ho o n c "He's nothing hut a not enough to give them bare Products of equations, he 11 ,su reeled "e hasjdaughler of Mr. .-.rul Mrs. .J. !.j facts. We must show (hem truth is what each man ui, justice whilejcausey of 1101 E. Tnriily. She lo learn, so they will he what each human mind Vecide wLt was utl d of lhe wasjwas sponsored in the Quscn' ep on learning for the rest concludes from the every newspaper would ,i i publish" the same account as thai individual mmrt wanl any of to keep on learning of their lives. Deribick's address was tilled the "Four Hills of dar Jerks Puni Fir as is concerned. which he said served as, beacons for those involved with! Biological Going from this thesis of or anybody us'" [Victoria pageant by lhe V F W! A fu.ii Defense attorney Phil Uurle-Wst and Auxiliary No. -IMfi. i cuslorner n hi, son then opened (he Two runners-up for the title1 it beinTn't T in Kuby's behalf. were La Jimna'Sherman and! ('lw "l merchants orgnnha- n mill the parade SATmilJAV T-.m Judging of Swine. n.m. .linlg- of .Slioqi 11 1'nrnnY. 1 p.m. Judging nf Sheep p.m. of Fal t'nlvos. 7 p.m. JiulKliifj of Commercial Hereford niul Angus UvMlork. 7 10 p.m. Judging of Ponies. SUNDAY 8 p.m. Normal Show Day, p.m. Stylo Show. l-.m Fiddlers' Con- test. MONDAY 8 Judging of llrnhmn. p.m. Club Judging. 7 p.m. IVUivi lo he glvrn iuvny. u.m. lilfil Mvc- Show Auction. lown tton. Sfhool Fitzgerald said promises to he as Inrgc or larg- er limit last year. Five local schools are entering bands, there will he several SJirincr Units and a group of clowna, cars carrying city and county IUKMI rtl-! I.edholter, officials and many other pnr cipnnls. The first Queen Victoria will Queen Kroy Of Yorklown Is drowned YOltKTOWN Miss'shcron cdholter, dniighlor of Mr, and Mrs. Orby f.cdbcttcr, was crowned Queen of lhe Yorklown Western Days Celebration Fri- day night. She received Ihe (Town from Miss E I n i n o Iruth, Ihe white- Burleson, in a 21-minute argti- Gail Cierrard icciring w.nal is lhe truth iment, attributed Kuby's actions Lannv 1'ogue master of Akers said m gasoline caused an damage Friday night to gus pump and attached hoses be featured. The Western Week observ- ance ends Saturday, through Iwo days of livestock show ac-jMiuskn, who reigned as queen livities remain. Saturday wililin lOM. alsn he the lasl day to reglslcr] Miss Udbcltcr, whose official for the free weekend for two j title is Queen Kniy III, Is a lhat will he given a couple to! junior al Ycirklown High School, yac.ilion al Hie Mnynn Dude! Finalists in the beauty con- Hanch al Handera. Merchants'lest, who also served as Queen been lo turn In'Kroy court, were Miss regislralion blanks by 6 p.mjDonnn Craig, Miss Jennifer al designated locations down-N'echner, Miss Margie Lndnor town nnd in each of the three: Miss Shorrlll Light, Miss L.-ina shopping centers. Tho winner Moore and Miss I.en Smilh. estimated wl" "c Monday night The queen and her courl at lhe livestock show. were guests of honor at lhe Stock show activity began coronation ball at Yorklown Charges United Slates is considered   The resolulion was adopted at proved by the council nine days m emergency session o[ the Se- cypllIIS si urily Council where Turkey K cy nied lhal iLs invasion threat mcanl an allack on Cyprus was imminent. Turkey gave that re- ply In a charge hy Cyprus thai Ifagler wisher) to fake a death some good cheer during his side- walk visits Anton Mar- bach in lown from Fleming Prairie Gregory Xcvlud, Joe Nevlud and Mrs. Frank Morris keeping the family and! relatives busy purchasing day presenls this week. againsl Mrs. was dismissed. ovcrnighl, and Forl Sarn Houston on the same j r, iiuju JUKIiip aim r u jl'111- "'Bhs at P-m Salur-j where she also told officers of day to lake ore-induction ex Lowman said _Mrs.. and a.m. Sunday. the crash and having last seen arain.lioM AI any a man who is proud of his right to say what he pleases wishes he had the courage to do so. i was released after the Friday! Barometric pressure al sea Hagler "behind her in the wa- and told officers 29.82. iter'- as shc swam loward fihorc planned to return with her hus-i Sunset Friday: Sunrise Still later she reportedly told band to their home near Dallas. Sunday .other invcstigalors that she alrnosphere of crisis over Ihe siluation. The Turkish' denial was an added factor. Brazilian Ambassador Carlos Alfredo fiernardcs introduced Daniel Urhano, 22, of 1010 W. the resolulion, which was spon-; riTln a irrjllntnnr filln I I. ..I _._-.! -1-- t.. n .f Mrs. Anderson told officers! Tlm on diullasl saw Hauler clinoinff Ui a .'Hagler, still missing, made no I cstigalors that s h c to a TEST, Page 8) toria a quota men to fills the'sored also by Norway, Fiolfvia, March. He: the Ivory Coast and Morocco. the pre-in- The resolution look nole of leave Vic-iassurances by Thant that the: Tuesday, I force will icon in Cy LAST DAY Advocate Want Ads SPECIAL SALE Price on all 8-Day word ads Offer KmU .Saturday ,Voon Cnll HI 5-1151 Mmk MS   

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