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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 31, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                118th 326 THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE TELEPHONE HI J-HS1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARClTsi, 19G4" Extra Aid by Congress Urged to Assist Alaska TAX OI.HC13 SWAiMI'tOn _ A wall to wall orowd kept dcrks in the Victoria County Tax Collector and Assessor's office busy throughout Hie day Mon- day issuing automobile- license lags. It was esii- matcd that upward of sets of plales were is- Court Role Foreseen in sued during the day. Last yrai, sets wet el'" sued for all categories. An increase in the number d thls year- Thc fieadline for obtaining ]0b4 plates without penalty expires Wednesday midnight. 'CAPITULA T10NIST Red China Takes New Dig at Nikita porlc Begin Case Districting HOUSTON of the Ihree federal judges hearing the Texas congressional rodistricl mu uivu om r ing case said Monday the'court TOK.YO 'AP) _ Ked European bloc and Com- innings Mon-i" wmsi- mt U'inrl nn ___.: Hav DC Ilin ,__.IHiajOI damaile was rennrlrrl Civil Rights 12 Cents Supporters ASHLVGTON (AP) Sup- porters of lhe civil rights bill Death Toll Rises Past 100 Mark Aftershocks Continuing _ ANCHORAGE, Alaska (API Tbc count of dead and pre- sumed dead in Alaska's great earthquake disaster jumped past the 100 mark Monday as trickled in from isol'aled coastal villages. In this biggest and hardest hit [of Alaskan comiiiiinities. and in half a dozen devastated small- er (owns, leaders labored for a rebirth of (he state's shattered economy even as they mourned lhe lost. All the while new quakes con- tinued. There was a whopper Sunday night in (be Bering Sea 650 miles west of Hie original rjl7 rj 7 1 he Peaches .STONKU'AI.I., Tvv. (AIM Tills small vllliagc almost in sight of Pri'sidral Lyn- don .lulmsou's much, lias dc- ciili'il in give the I'i'csidcnl top billing on signs greeting nmiiuisls (lie The1 two liirgi- signs on U.S. 2911. m'clcil John- son was U.S. senator from Texas, now say "Stdiii'widl- IVach Center of lli'in, of IH.I" Illll lasl week Cham- ber of Commerce veiled change llu> signs In read, Pencil renter of Ti-xns." "A lol of propte coni- pluinr-d lhat wr were (inning peaches above (In- I'rrsi- dcnt." said llai-vcy O. Ur- kcrl, civic affair.s for Hie ul......ln'r. Available Funds Short For Rehabilitation Task U'ASHl.WTO.V (AP) _ Preskwill be invoked in the giant re- xlenl Johnson's disaster relief I'0' undertaking. jdiri'Clor snid Monday lhe Ala.s- news conference knn quake damage loll now Secretary Stewart estimated at ?25d million lo S.iiio ''''ported in is so great lhat U will llaih'oad. by :be necessary lo ask I'uiiijrcss lo 'lepurtment, is jvole mtire fluids for the gigantic vl" relief lask. .united a like' lovs had Suf. Alaska's prim-ipal in- Kdward A. McDerinolt, of Ibe tf gi'ncy Planning, lold a conference available federal' disaster-relief funds are wholly "Wf have all been appalled by inadequate for Ihe rchabilitii- the terrible calamity in Alaska lion and rcnmslrut-lion lask Uiliill said in advisiiu; newsmen left by Friday's: pni-tliqiiake 'Hint bis dcparlmenl is moving at and lhe resultant liilal lo rcslnro Ibe rnilrnad plays n vital role in McDeiinoll spoke after con- economy. The disaster relief legislation nn hooks provides forring leader con- in closed session wilh from a down federal Idcjiarlmeuls and agencies lhal Oll'-v for this fiscal massive shock last Friday, one may wind up as managers of Khrushchev munist parties elsewhere lo line both the Democratic and Repub-'. mlay. of way for up with Peking. Mean parlies in the state. Associate Justice John Union. Repub- .wj ny irestora ion of capitalism in the "Khrushchev is lhe day as the Senate began "'as reported, rlobatc nn .t ,1.1 Intro have been 10 or I? ilifr Juan n. jCapittdationisl in Pe- Brown of the 5th U.S. Circuit' Charging the Soviet leaderjkiJifi declared. "Jn international Court made the remark rim-inn with surrendering In "H s im. relations debate on ln nr 12 s'i''' 'House-passed measure countless smaller Actually it was the'mh day oncs' 5th U.S. Circnif' Charging the Soviet lead, he remark during wilh surrendering to "U.S. ir icnts in the Peking called hi' "greatest capitulationist in lute onjhislory" and declared "it is highlPerialisl Court made the closing arguments ing on an Oct. 19 court which said the Texas stat congressional districting The arguments will continue j opening the floodgates for Ihcj Tuesday. Brown lold newsmenjrestoralion of said' he hopes the court can slale ilsjlhe latest Chinese attack. "The decision sometime Tuesday aft- r------- ernoon. Special Session The Oct. ia order said the''" U.S.S.R., including the r. slate should redistrict economic, cultural and relations, Khrushchev's revi- the issue has been before the; Senate. But il was only lasl Casualty Figures Civil defense officials sionism practices capitulation th to U.S. imperialism; in the bill we perialist and capitalist coun-1 Vf lnKt is un-'time" to repudiate his policies. I tries, it surrenders to the reac-l P .ancl. lhe Scn "Khrushchev's revisionism is'tionary ruling classes; in s business, :he floodgales for Ihcl (See CHINA, Page 3) Southerner opponents, win Senate. But il was only lasl1 l officials an- Thursday, Ihe Ifith dav lllcsc figures: 'forces backing the bill were ft3 missing Ailing General Clings lo Life WASHINGTON (AP) New busi'l Clcneral of llip Armv iiu- nijicArituir closed niopctlv   fields of BeUi -.........._, cultural ideological fields." The Red Chinese advised the days, stood aside This was the breakdown: tors even reported .sum Molutay. Kodiak, 7 dead, M The Supreme Court upheld the Soviet Communist parly to AUSTIN (API IT W 1 _...._ 'l order March 2, but allowed slate officials to seek relief since Feb S was the deadline for candi- dates to file for the primaries. Asst. Texas Atty. Gen. Haw- thorne Phillips opened final ar- abandon Khrushchev's policy lest it follow other those who stray from party doc- trine "to the rubbish heap of liislory." Iii junction AUSTIN (AP) Texas yers asked the State Supreme Court Monday for hearings on an order thai would keep attor- ney Melvin Belli from ever practicing again in a Texas .......f-' "I'n.tn .mm .n- This lalest Peking attack in'court room gumenls by saying he does not ;the ideological feud must liavc; "The respondent's conduct has DetieVC i-- ...13 session of can remedy iavc e respondent's conduct has immediate special ;made interesting reading for i been so grossly and flaurnntlv the state legislature Khrushchev as he rode a train unethical nlemperaeamUbu y the situation at this'Monday toward Budapest, Hnn-lsive in nature as to weaken the Kal7> anti a meeting with Hun-i administration of justice and lo USiriHn liai'Kl Inrirlni-L- I garian party leaders. J....LJ iiLsscij punnc respeci tor the ...v. ..u.i.un, uj, Informed sources in Biidapestjcotirts and laws of (his slate once a" lhe pros ccms have from his previous said Khrushchev already hasisaid the motion filed' by lhe been lnros.llrai Ollt' ,..r., reached agreement He expressed lhe hope Ihaljwas wiped out by hugo seismic fighting the bill "will be cqual-jsea waves that wrecked liun- ITU., me SKUU oar ui le.xas Communist parties of Htmgavy.j The motion asks permission Poland and Bulgaria on a possi-jto file a petition seeking a per ru- ble showdown with Red China.janent injunction against Belli these sources said a defense attorney for Jack whether to continue, peace who received a -1 forts or lo make a final Moscow-lsentence for tbe slaying of Lee may ln ai'3' wayilhe key Peking break may come Brown interrupted to say the State Executive Commitlees of lhe major parlies surely bad some authority in which to solve Ibe problem. Time Illuming Oul After saying the court might ivind up as managers of the par- ties, if the legisla'ture and party officials fail to act, Brown asked Phillips "What is to he lost in making a try with a special ses- "Time is running Phil- lips said. "There would be utter chaos." Thari Hulehcson, an attorney for Republicans who filed the re- distrieting suit, argued thai lhe "relief" provision of lhe Su- Thc broadsid premc Court ruling meant Iheiagainsl Khrushchev was pub-iBelli court recognized that the statusHishcd Monday by the official! of the IOb-1 elections might re-j Peking People's Daily and the' Whittier. 1 dead, 12 presumed of the controversial legis jlation. 'ull.t I l UL'.Ill, l.cngdiy Spcccli [dead. injured Sen. Hubert H. Cordova. 1 dead i A J D-Minn., floor manager of lhe! Port Asblon 1 dewl f, pre- bill, led off with a speech thrdisumcd dead. The inth ariau.il mccliiw of asted three hours and 25 min-; Beside civilian casualties. aUhc Texas Mid.f'oasl Water IV- (Coast Cu.-irdsninn was washed velomuent i...l i.-.......- thai other I In sea and drowned at Kayak Hopublicans, I Island. He announced Democrats, backing the bill would be ready! IB Die In Waves later in Ihe week with detailed' In California and speeches on each of the 11 ma-'quake-generated sea jor sections it contains. ismasbing against the Humphrey said Ibe at least ifi. ncnts expect full and fair de-: William A, Kfjan year, available payments to ri'inilnirsi' stale and local gov- ei omi'iit.s for I lie repair and re- construct inn osscnlia! public ulililics and locally niaintairii'd roads and McDrmiolt U'liiln was "Ibankfully well below Ibe ex- tcnl prcdiclivl." .MclVnimtt said his (lyini; weekend survey ui fjnivc c-nmpli- slricken stale hail di-I. 'a.s closed piopcrty daniaKr 'much ......c am! his due- greater than 1 ever cxpivtrd n slight iinpinvunienl in his Ciinfinoi'il lifail eneriil remained iti crilical He soid the inosl accurate cs- tinidtc of fal.ililics he bad seen Physicians at the Army's so fur was confirmed divid hut AValter Heed Hospital reported, ii'ilo'l lln-re slill is no cnordi- jin swifl succession, a loss nf nalcd system [or reporting fa- kidacy gravest of latilies acioss tlu> trcmeiidoiis jlhe new ducats-a resumption sweep of ravngi'd laud, of in the esopha- In sciiiitors fiooi gus nod a possible stomach parl-s of the rnunli-y i plctlgpd Ibi'ir suppoi i SlMiiif; lleiu-l llbing Iliat can be done" in (he- All this piled nlop Ihe effects form nf new ,H aincndnl disas- Ihrce niajoc oiwrations which d-r rclirf (o li.-ln Will DC- Of gin at II a.m. Saturday al imdcrj-one within Ibe Jliist.-mg Coiinlry Club Ucsititc (he complications Oregon miles cast of Canado repnrls "u> "f mure poricd [i-cqucnl inler', ;il. to 'v V I bale but want a decision on Alaska cslimalci! 1 01 jusuce and lo r uu lessen public respect for the section, and the entire million the state bar of Texas of waves William S. Fly of pro- -I'lhnsoi, coast "I hciirl was I'uv, 'IVx Unit Johns reported stMing as his doctors ainioi.s lo take wbalever life will) all is ii.'rdcri. and Ih.'it he. mult, hiid been iiNrurtcd to Life-siipportniK measures al- draft ircommeiidutioiis for the reailv rejwrli'il include inlra- I III' fn.'in or mll'hl of federal ac- (M.l ll of said Ibe principal .spenk- frll'Khl his will hi, ii.l.t. ,.i a... means iiviiilnhle. damage allers will be John linbcock of the million Lower Colorado................. ity: U. S. Kep. Clark W. Tlmmp- Officials said much of the son and Arnold Koop of Fdna stales mam industry fishing si s ions a A hospitality hour will follow "We firl a little belter about ly willing lo permit the of boats, canneries and'. !l-tn- l'eB'-'.ti'aticm picicd-imn inday." said dm. Leon- piers around the Gulf of Alaska. V prngnim. an I I) llcaton, Army's sm facilities supply at Seward, business sessions geon goneral. one of the urs wtli ho lunch. rhirf Microns in rn'.T- Tickol.s niijy IK- KCCIICCI! from ninlt itnjirtTi'- Ihr i' i'wpiv H dnti tne quire specific rulings or a journal Red Flag Pl.olclnrian lution and Khrushchev's Revi- if was broadcast by Peking radio. Not only was the article an Humphrey placed heavy em-'stallations month when world Communist "bout MiicArlhur's ivniditii-in to lice. Te.x plementa! decree. Phillips said al-large elections would cause many inequities. Law Suits "I can foresee a lot of law suits whatever we Brown said, "starting from Ihe day after the election." Brown said if the stay of the. Oct. 19 order is lifted some sort' n r r, of action will have to be tekcn'KLAMhS JURY because candidates have filed for only one at-large position. "We would have to prescribe some formula for everyone to (See COURT, Page 9) Following the Ruby verdict called the (rial a ,y "lu 1; ijroo court" in an outburst telc-i 1C, m evor vised nationwide. Later he arc slck il- claimed the of K." claimed the Huby defense was enough "assassinated" by DaTla's jus- Yoke' Humphrey said white people have placed "a yoke of .super! make n quick rtroimnunYalinn (Xrr. I'.-IKH a) In San Francisco Belli said' "a yckc of e.xas insurance companies 'and on. lhc and the '1'cstlo whether it will be Walter Craig, president of or torn off. Today's Chuckle in March, at Victoria for tin: development of waterways and the preservation and liuri ul fj water resources of the area. 11 ----_, pi t'SHIfnt 07 [lie i i rr mvitalion to the Soviet Commu- American Bar Association were mst party to desert Khrushchev behind the action Craig had, rejects the legis- was an outright bid to thei (Sec HKLU. Page a) lalwn, ne said, Negroes can hei expected "to fall into (he hands of vicious demagogues" and 'other unscrupulous people L Sen- Thomas H. Kuchcl, f-k leadmr theband of Re---------------- Glenn Kemoves Himself equally long speech urging pas- sage of the bill with no weaken- U'hnri-rr il was wlm fiisl callrd vsonicii llir fair s< x didn't know nincli at.....I jiisticc. ng from lhe lha[ priimpti'd t.'ir econd of MacArlliur's three jo-[ a week Victorin County A hospital lold (lav From Ohio Senate Race SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) -Ididate, he was John H. Glenn Jr., first Amer- grelfully. re- oul of lhe U.S. Senate race Ohio Monday because a dis- ing amendments. He said, in fact, that he would hope "this needed measure may be strengthened in some parlic- for Glenn's ?.rs'" races, name to be removed from the struggle for effective primary ballot, but he said that elvl1. r'8hls legislation is not hn L-_ DSrtlSan flfht ho arc Morris Itobcrls, who i.s vice- [xirlcrs lain iherp had been president; Harry Aladdin, R. ".ibsolutcly no ohi- way !'s Smith Jr., J. K. Pickering and or Die other" .since shortly afte'r ly- noon cracks I hc rn, plans lo [nit out another IS ______________________________ bulletin Monday unless there Western Davs ihen. inijihl be on'- from him lomglit but did not indicate stressed that the. kid- calling, will be Thu'rsd-w beard, greased pig and following a late afternoon bar- VOUR Set To Begin at CARDIE.R I u i VIIUJVIXJ N 
                            

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