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   Advocate (Newspaper) - April 2, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 328 TELEPHONE HI S-1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1964 Established 1848 30 Cents Brazil Chief Flees Capital, Vows to Fight Deposed Leftist Scoffs At Rebel Victory Claim RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (AP) rebel forces drove leftist president Joao Goulart out of Rio de Janeiro Wednesday, but he scoffed at their victory claims and flew early Thursday into Brazil's deep south, vowing a fight to the death. Goulart, accused by rebel leaders of planning to Latin America's larges ir w-k -r i 1 country into a Cuban-type Com LDJ lo Ask Million" For Alaska Panel Created To Map Plans WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Johnson will ask a lion emergency earthquake ap- propriation and is creating a Federal Reconstruction and De- velopment Planning Commission for Alaska. The While House announced j both decisions late Wednesday. Johnson named Sen. Clinton P. Anderson, D-N.M., lo head (he Cabinet-level body which will recommend long-range plans to restore the ruined Alaskan econ- omy. Other sources described the million of proposed new dis- aster-relief funds as a first step measure to help restore vital roads, bridges, utilities and ulher publicly owned facilities. SSOn Million Figure And Ihe two Alaska senators, after a two-hour conference wilh Johnson and other officials esti- mated it will lake million of federal aid to restore a going munist satellite, fled first ti [Brasilia, the inland capital 60 imiles northwest of Rio cie aneiro. Flees Then, late Wednesday night. he look off for Porto Alegre in his home slate of Rio Grande do Sul where his brother-in-law former Gov. Leonel Brizola, was reported in control of the 3rd Army. A Goulart spokesman said his wife and two children had flown with him but planned to contin- ue to a foreign country to await the outcome of the crisis. Goulart's dramatic flight and vow to wage last-ditch warfare climaxed a day in which rebel chiefs proclaimed Goulart's fall and installed a new president, Rsnipri M-wTftli mW an'rl AIazzlt11. Pres- economy state. in the stricken 49th Ernest Gruening and E. Barlletl, Democrats, hinted that Johnson may ask congres- sional authority lo provide an unprecedented type of federal disaster financial as- sistance to private industry. There was no official confir- mation, though (his idea is known lo have been discussec in high administration quarters in the past 48 hours. Personal Estimate Court Postpones Redistricting in Texas for Year OVER RULING New Order Warning to Legislature Judge Voices Misgivings HOUSTON (AP) A wcrc djsanpoinlcdision. udge federal courl decided -1 ttent of the Chamber of Depu- ies and constitutionally in line 'or the job. Engine Trouble Loyal staff members were with Goulart and his family in he Viscount turboprop airliner took off from Brasilia short- ly before midnight. The group :iad been forced to Brasilia in a Coronado jetliner which devel- oped engine trouble in a firs! at- tempt to reach Porto Alegre. Hectic victory demonstrations under clouds of confetti and tick- tape had erupted in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo at the first broadcast word that Gou- lart had been ousted. Then came a broadcast from Brasilia that Goulart would make a stand there. The departure for the south- apparently changed that de- PEOPLE WATCHERS The rac- coons at Victoria Children's Zoo have experienced in a n y amusing moments the past few days watch- ing people visiting the zoo in large numbers since the weather warmed (Advocate Ptiolo) up. Curious why all the people look at them, they look back. Their privacy is constantly invaded, but they seem to enjoy it. After all, peo- ple can be awfully funny. cision. Ordered To mobilize A Porto Alegre broadcast heard in Buenos Aires said Bra- zilian navy ships wilh a destroy- er in the lead had left Rio de Janeiro "orders Building in City Goliad Man M- rt M Protests First Quarter Building activity during the first three months of 1964 exceeded the first quarter of 1963 by fig- ures compiled by Building Inspector A. K. Haschke showed Wednesday. Estimated cost of new residences, residential re- pairs and remodeling and commercial building, based on permit fees, reached a total ..__ __ for Porto Alegre wilh Pital addition to presum-lol'ia High School As for estimate the half-faitlion-dollar of eventual federal ably in support of Goularl. The third army in Rio Grande do Sul is by far the strongest of Brazil's four armies. However, of through March 31, as compared with a year ago. This included a hefty 200 in commercial building boosted largely by a major hos-- expansion at De Tar I-los-j addilion to the Vic-! complex.! aigner i For Senate To Slop Here Advocate Austin liurcau AUSTIN Waller B. Sco of Goliad appeared before tl State Highway Commissio Wednesday lo protest (he de ignated route of a planned no farm-lo-markct read, FM-282, The new road as planned lhc Slalc Highway Dcparlmcn would run from U.S. 183, 2 miles south of Goliad, .south f  I mill. v-vill- rallslricling must boialtornoys- Comifilly, Democrat, court's decision is an solution to a very serious help, Bartleit and Gruening saidjrebel leaders here reported that (he big figure was their personal estimate and did not commit Johnson to ask Congress for any specific sum. Presumably one of the lasks of the new presidential commis- sion will be lo weigh proposals for helping lo rebuild the wrecked fishing and canning in- dustries on which the Alaskan economy was based. Cabinet Officers The 12-man Anderson commis- sion fleers [he secretaries of de- fense, interior, labor, agricul- one of its strongest units, gar- risoned at a rail center near the Uruguayan border, had revolted (See BRAZIL, Page SA) more llian of the king off a triangular piece ofi George Bush, Houston containing about 3.5 acres. drilling company would rnniinnn-iil built4inn fnmmpr iwno is seeking 'he off his present home dalbuikhnH in1363 for other improvements from lo imake a s'oi' in home, it would interfere with 17 Jtoria Monday and the visit willjhis plans for building a new 01 [coincide with the opening of the i home on the acre portion o Jan. II, by which time Ihe !3 congressmen elected in (lie November General Election will lave been seated in Congress. Appeal Studied The Republi- given unlit 11 a.m. on April 7 lo appeal. William Cassin, chief attorney "or the Republicans, said a pos- sible appeal is under study. "The courl has suspended the 'onstitulion for Cassin said. The new order, in cffecl, told ;he slate Legislature it must pass a valid districting slalute oy Aug. 1, Otherwise, thc order said, future congressional elections will have to be on an al-large basis. Vcrlinl Warning The unanimous order was ac- companied by a verbal warning from one of (he judges lhal (lie courl was giving its blessing lo an unconstitutional act. "There is Ibc possibility of lhc cleclion of unconstitutional con- gressmen in said L; Judge Joe Ingraham, "but JbclSlIIl yielded lo the majority and agreed to the order." Ingraham said he was not in favor of extending the stay of e.xeculion of the Oct. 10 order. "Thc slate slalute is unconsti- he said. "No lie said any appeal of Wednes- day's decision would be deter- mined after consultation with npx' session of tlie Ucmocral-con trolled legislature to rcdistrict. This is the equitable Uo" rlniK nnfl flCiS complex problem." lie repeated. (See RULING, Page 8A) Outlook Dimmer For MacArthur WASHINGTON (AP) Thc outlook for General of the Army Douglas MacArlhur is "not but Army doctors still feel there is a possibility he can re- cover from his perhaps unprecedented series of ordeals, the commander of Waller Heed Army Hospital an- late Wednesday. High Is Debate r s pans or IS coincide with the opening of thoShomc on the OG4 there were 31 new residcn- flrst aclive a later dale My headquarters in Victoria Coun-j Me offered tv at an estimated outlay of ST Gun Discharge Injures Man Advocate Cucro Bureau CUERO A Cuero man who _________........_............__ was accidentally wounded while includes several Cabinet of- cleaning a sholgun at his home re nt Wednesday afternoon was re- ported in fair condition at Burns Hospital Wednesday night. pn-i r n n a r n on 44 lobs as eonunrp lRin Grande Blvd., to coincide! possible routes which he sug- witi,   IH lltW 'ii r-i E. J. Hiller, who resides at home construction. Most sub- campaign headquarters. From 202 N. Bohman St., suffered in- juries to his left arm when the weapon discharged. Coliseum Gi To Me el M outlay An organizational meeting to form committees lo plan a coli- seum for Victoria has been scheduled for p.m. Mon- day at the Hospitalily House, Mrs. Frank Barncft reminding Home Dem- onslration Club Women to make according lo Jim' Cumfey, prcs- reservations with her for of the Victoria Jaycees. Dogwood Trail trip April 7, byi Cnmley said an "excellent re- this Saturday Claude McCanjsponse" has been received from III marking his 8th birthday .'persons interested iu working John Martin, ,'l-year-old son the project started aller Ihe the Bob Martins, celebrating successful Victoria County Live- two alternative: 1. this year. paving and improving of an ex- will road through Hie area and a.m. Monday at 802 using one of several olhcr Brig. Gen. Henry S. Murphey, the commander, gave this view in answering reporters' ques- tions bused on a hospital bulle- lin earlier Wednesday which said MacArlhur's condition had deteriorated in the previous 24 hours. Replying to the question "Will he Murphey said: To Next Fall WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Mike Mansfield of Montana, the! so- ,hu- majority leader, said Wednes-l Murphcy's answers were rc- ------......v. one the Senate nuiy not vote by LI Col. here questions that. So we arejlhc civil rights bill until fall. Inward of tutor- r _ i i 1.1- til  JUIJa 1IL I I 1 I Remodeling amounted to hc candidate who is scheduled K nn si normitc to arrive at Victoria Airport al a.m. Slate Highway Engineer C. E. Greer lold Scolt that he had been informed by Goliad Coun- Joe N. Pratt, a member Judge L. S. Benge lhal con- the Victoria County campaignjdcmnation proceedings had committee organized in behalf'been completed by a Goliad of Bush, said that the candi- Couniy Condemnation Commis- date will speak wilh voters from sion, and that Scott had been appealed until "about 10 a.m. at thcjawarded Scott said hc divisions now under active de- velopment in the Victoria area lie just outside the city limits, most of them on the north peri- meter. Since this construction is sub- ject to no local government reg- ulation, no public records are available. PROBE PANEL April Fool's Day with an early morning haircut Mahel Aim Miller almosl capturing an "Easter bunny" while burning brush on their farm, but letting it get away since she really thought it was a snake J. Byron Wilson glad lo be oul stock Show last month. 2 Programs Set For Woodwinds The Woodwinds of Houston will play lor the first Young of the hospital and taking time Audiences performance of t h e for a little visiting and a hair- r season Thursday at 2 p.m. cut Jessie Angcrstcin taking Shields Schoo, a look around and deciding to at there he will go to Conlincn-'lo the Goliad County Commis- tal Inn where be is lo meel sioners Court for relief, bul had wilh Victoria County Rcpubli-; received no help, can Women's Club. j "They said the planned route A "semi-privale" luncheon is would be in my best planned al noon at said. House Restaurant for prospect The planned farm road would tivc precinct workers, and al-'serve the community of Sarco (See BUSH, Page 8A> in south Goliad County and the ---------------------------------------isitc of planned church camp of the Soulh Texas Presbytery near IScolt's property. The commis- sion 'ooic Scott's objections un- der sludy. Wayne B. Connally of Flores- ville, brother of the Texas Gov- ernor and a candidate for the legislature, accompanied Scott at [he hearing but did not tes- tify. rown and Judge James Noel, against Ihe bill cannot be ?fler consultation wlLi LI. en for months, hut said he Leonard p. Healon, sur- optimistic it can. general of the Army and "I think we can get this billionc nf cnlcf surgeons in the !lhree major surgical operations however, said lime does not per-ipassed in reasonable time if we Brown, a member of thc 5th i by Sen. Kenneth B. U.S. Circuit Court of Keating, R-N.Y., that Negroes' He said the only exception said he and Ingraham were con-inre denied voting rights in the was hcen "some fident Texas could resolve thcJSouth, in muny discs, simply improvement" in MacArthur's problem in time for the pri- because of the color marics but that Noel had of Iheir'blood pressure situation. In the earlier bulletin the hlood prcs- doubts. counterclaim by Sen. Sam sure had been reported as "But I agree with Judge Ervin Jr., D-N.C., thai the slightly lower than it had been that the slate ought not to be government has nol used made to take the action undenablc laws permitting criminal! Asked about MacArthur s kid- Brown said. 'prosecution of election 'unction, which had been rc- Thc Jan. H postponement'who deny voting rights. He earlier as having "di- basically was in line with Johnson Asks Inquiry About Prices of Food less and consumers are paying more for food products in the United Stales. Sen. Gale W. McGce, D-Wyo., chairman of a Senate Com' But in Texas 1 had said: "We have some com- modities today where the pro- ducer is receiving 25, 30 per cent less and we have the housewife who is paying 25 or WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- duslry. The letters made dent Johnson asked Congress on reference lo the spread in' Wednesday lo create a 15-mem-jprices between producers and her commission to determine consumers. T'lvr'pr' Slinw why producers are receiving But in Texas last Saturday he iJ 'J merce subcommittee alreadyiSO per cent more." checking pricing and The commission would have They will return April B for practices of the big food chains, Ifive members named by the Advocate Ne GANDAO Ganado Junior Chamber of Commerce will stage its third annual air show Sunday at Calaway Airport, 2V4 miles northeast of the city on the Houston Highway, and all (Sec COURT, Page 8A) a the reason probably was lha't in.minishcd progressively over the   WKATHER For anyone unfamiliar with Trail of Six Flags Theatre, now jas Morris Townscnd. says of ft, t, wilh fcw iso. ;his betrothed, Catherine: "She Not much :cliiinge in temperature Thurs- No belter assessment of her d Frjd lo south. performance Wednesday eve-; Jtcr, winds al 15 ,0 35 m p h rung comes readily to mind; it becoming 10 to 20 persons interested in flying ___________ get out the lawn mower -performances at O'C o n n o stated lhc new invesli-iflouse, five by the Senate andjand exhibiting their airplanes Hmo in orr.nl _. Hugh Clark taking lime lo greel friends tling the windy corner, unper-'a, at a a.m. at St. t 10 a.m. and at Smith School turbed Sislcr Michael Over elemenlary-age stu- arc due to hear thc Wood- in the four Today's Chuckle Carnival at the convent grounds for food, games, booths H. Smilh Jr. in line for birlhday congrat-j _ _________ illations today Airman 2C Calvin C. Cunningham of K. T. Middle age Is when yon Sawyer AFB, Mich., on furlough don'l eare where you go, for Iwo weeks and visiting in just so you're home by DaCosta and Edna. 3 p.m. could become one of thejfive by the President. Theirjare invited to do so. imporlanl of the century, job, the President said, wouldj The show will open at 8 Johnson announced al to compile sufficient infor-jand Jaycee-etlcs will be on hand ranch in Texas lasl Saturday he malton upon which lo base day lo provide food and re- would ask for lhc legislation, informed judgment of thc at the Jaycee con- through Sunday afternoon is the wa? onc which win bc recalled, p r j a y' Thursday time lo become acquainted wittrantl many times by tcmpcrauires: 62, high 73, it at its dramatic besl. The occasion is "The Heir- temperatures South Central Texas: Consid- Notwithstanding her excellent erable cloudiness Thursday Following this up Wednesday, he sent letlers to House Speak recent changes in prices, jcession stand. Low meat prices received by er John W. McCormack, are one of the chief Mass., and Senate President! areas of concern. Pro Tern Carl Hayden, Johnson's plan, if approved, Attractions planned Include a wing-riding exhibition by Shar- ron Swift, weather permitting, a crop dusling demonstration which opened Wednesday'performance, it would bc dif-and Friday. Few isolated show- evening to a larger lhan to isolate Mrs. Griffin as crs. High Thursday 74-8-1. audience, a n d lhc star of opening night. Good' Temperatures Wednes- seen nt 8 with some very difficult day: Low 5D, high 74. through Saturday evening andi'heater was thc rule, and a1 Tides (Port Lavaca Port asking lhal the bipartisan corn-, would set in force "a an acrobatic exhibition by mission be set up. investigation into the pricing, Harvey 0. Dail. He said it should sludy and marketing, dislrlbulion andj No admission will be charged appraise thc changes practices of the public is Invited lo at- is brutal and deeply salisfy- place in the American food in-ifood McGce said. itcnd. at 2 p.m. on Sunday. Ruth and Augustus Goctz have written double edged drama about thc insensibilities of "clever" people and what they can do lo a sensitive girl. special accolade should be re- O'Connor served for Davis and for Nancy] n.m. Thursday. Stoner, both making their first acting appearances. Long, running some three hours, and inlricplely con- High at Low at a.m. Friday. Sunset Thursday: Sun- rise Friday: ceived, "The Heiress" Is a play Thli inrurmatlun baud on data US Weather Bureau i-- i i VK'luna UIMC6 drama, with Beryl Griffin! (Sec PLAY, Page 8A) rm W   

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