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   Advocate (Newspaper) - April 15, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 341 TELEPHONE HI S-1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1964 Established 1313 20 Cents Goldwater Easy Victor In Illinois But Mrs. Smith Strong at Polls CHICAGO Barry Goldwater of Arizona won the Illinois presidential preference test Tuesday, but Sen. Margarel Chase Smith of Maine receiver" a sizable share of the votes. Charles H. Percy, boart chairman of the Bell Howel Co., making his first bid for public office, look the Republi can nomination for governor bj defeating State Treasurer Wil liam J. Scott. Scott, 37, conceded he had los to Percy, '14, who thus look slcp toward control of the GOP in the stale. Only Two Names Only the names of Goldwato and Mrs. Smith were printed or the Republican ballot. Wriic-i tallies came in for others fror areas scattered across the state including Cook County. Returns from of Ihc state's precincts, the bulk of them from Cook County, gave Goldwater Sen. Smith Henry Cabot Lodge Richard M. Nixon Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York 190; Gov. William Scran- Ion of Pennsylvania 115 and uuliul alual> allluv Gov. George Romney of Michi- dllriing adllU anc) vo. 6-Year-Old Killed In Traffic Mishap EDUCATION LEADERS School Supt. C. O. Chandler, left, and Ray Holbrook, right, a member of the State Board of Education, were fea- tured speakers Tuesday at the re- gional workshop ot the Texas As- sociation of School Boards. J. D. Moore, president ot Victoria College, was coordinator of the program. (Advocate Pholo) Educator Points Up Needs To Expand School Work By PAT WITTE Advocate Slnff Writer Broad new areas of study, in-' of School Boards Victoria College. Ray Holbrook of Texas City, Boy Struck By Auto Vear Inez Errand Ends In Tragedy Uy JAMES SIMONS Advocate Staff Writer A six-year-old boy w e n I across Farm Road 444 three miles south of Tuesday afternoon to take his grand father a glass of water. He never made il back across Raul Gwcia, son of Mr. am Mrs. Luz Garcia, was struck by a car lhat tie probably never saw coining and became the third young pedestrian (o die rOLIAD SESSION Pollution Problem Aired By Governors of SARA By BOY GHIMKS Ailvni-iilc Staff Writer GOLtAD The enormity Ihe sewage control problem SARA. of the San Antonio River, serving Ihe San Antonio River, the meet-'the river, and Ihe study will ing presented a broad general continue through this summer, view o( plans and objectives Ihe special- ist reported, a complete survey considerable was made all Ihc way up the river basin San Antonio River area lo lioer- This included a combined population o! emphasis on 000 with a return flow of agreement now be- tie. gallons a day in human andjing developed between (lie This survey, he said, disclosed industrial waste, was discussccVSARA ami the Guadalupe-Blan-Uhal there arc 35 sewage dispos- wilb considerable candor River Authority. Robert II.'al plants in the drainage area, a downstream audience TucsdayiVahrcnknmp of Seguin, GBA serving many smaller munici- i a meeting of Ihe San An-JRgeneral manager, was on hand palilics and industries both in onio River Authority board of lo explain his agency's opera- and out of Hie San Antonio mo- tions under (his plan. jlropolitnn urea. Tuesday allmulale new patterns in educa- tion. gan 2P. Tagged In "Givc us the benefit of your Holbrook said, "so Advance Goklwator's share of the Re- liov- cational training in high representing the schools, were examined by a sional District on Ihe state! slate level to help you do the  'ulluft the one lhal scratched John the get-oul-the-vole activities, youngster appeared not lo see Ulstjc Rnlnff. Harold Leon and .a superintendent belongs commg and thai al-j( the 515-pound engine flashed appeared to be on off an aiign. race. 'Art Lapham on convention or- Dr. Charles A. Berry. Manned [ganizalion, Danny Kamin, November "from Ihe Slale House lo Ihe While House." Similar sentiments were "medical offi-JAnthony Constant and Mike sounded by Scotl. lcer> said, "We hope the illnessJGreen on youth activities, Zac "We all want lo unite now won't make anyjLenlz and Kerry McCan on fi- help Charles Percy he I difference to Al's future as an nance, and Mrs. Kerry McCan not just to Ihc school system, but (o the entire community, and he must be available to all people. said. The Percy-Scott bailie, brisk and bilter, had split the Illinois GOP temporarily. Oldest Solon Dies WASHINGTON (Al Rep. Thomas J. O'Brien of Illinois, the oldest House member and a quiet, behind-the-scenes pow- er for many years, died Tues- day at Bethesda Naval Hospi- lal. He would have been 86 on April 30. J. D. Moore taking time from a busy day for a visit to the barbership Calvin Adams reminding all 9th through 12th grade students who are parlicipating in the Nation- al Music Week essay contest of the deadline for entries which must be; postmarked not later than midnight, April 15 Chris Hamff, senior music edu- cation major from Victoria, studying at Texas giving a solo performance in a stu- dent recital at Tuesday, in the Fine Arts Center Concert Hall. He's the son of the D. C. llomffs, 205 East Warren Mrs. H. Fred nuckcrt remind- ing interested parents of the an- nual spring Carnival sponsored by St. Joseph's Mothers and Fa- ther's Clubs on April 16 Mrs. Francis Ohsla and son, astronaut." Dr. Berry said the illness is [he same as the one lhal Glenn is now suffering. Berry empha- sized there was no relationship between the two astronauts, who bolh had been in space flights, having (he same disease. The federal space agency doc- tor said Glenn's sickness was brought on by a blow to the head, and nol, as some people had suggested, lhat the fall was brought on by the sickness. "John was fixing a mirror in his home and slipped on a throw rug in the said Ihe doclor. "He hit his head on the side of the bathtub and that was what caused the lahyrintliitis. He definitely didn't have it be- fore ho fell." Berry said Shepard first no- ticed the dizziness and loss of ns women's coordinator. Assisting in Ihe general cam- paign organization will be Coun- ty Judge Wayne L. Hartm a n, County Treasurer G. Lucchcse, (Sec BACKERS, Page 7) at trustees EDUCATOR, Page 7> Today's Chuckle IMnn Is nothing but (hist and a woman sure can set- tle him. him coming tention appe tractor he had left. He was on mcnl Ihe righthand lane of MID road-! Aeronautics am way on the opposite side Irornv c Administration said (here where thc tractor was parked Wls nf) iramwijaic on now when he was struck. or far the 18-inch-diamcter Humphrey said he had slowed jn the down somewhat when he first fool room jn wmch n men were saw the tractor from a distance: orkjn., A statement said the down the road. The Was flunf man also is affiliated with an ioos'c aml was damaged cxlcn (Sec BOY, Page 7) Incidence of Delinquency Balanced Among Races hat trade with communist coun- ric.s is being stepped up as n larl of the plan. lie said that Secretary Commerce cent statements by Sen. William b'ulbrighl, chairman of the Sen- ale Foreign Relations Commit- tee, and Adlai Stevenson, U. S. ambassador to the United Na- lions, as examples of the "softening up process." Slcvcnson, he said, quoting from ii newspaper clipping, told Of'a recent audience in Berkeley, Lulhcr 11 od g es Calif., that Americans must Mrs. (hearing symptoms attributed to "ic sickness last June. "We thought we had him hack o normal in Dr. Ber- (See SHEPARD, Page 7) Bill, shopping for plants and shrubs Sirs. Ernie Sand- ers agreeing with the adage "ex perience is a good teacher." Tincy Duke relating things can stack up on a person's mind, RJ that they neglect doing the things that should he done Robert Johnson rushing lo get his automobile inspected before the deadline. sively. Iluililing Scared The interior of Ihe building also was burned by the exhaust from thc en- gine A door was ripped off Ihe building, bill NASA reporlcd there was no explosion. The area was sealed off for several hours afler the a.m. accidenl so lhal experts Time's Up On Stickers Wednesday will be (lie last diiy for incilorisls to have. Hicir rfirs inspected in coin- pliiinco with Ilic stnle Motor Vehicle Inspection Law. Aller Wednrsdny, city ami sliitc officers will issue lidsnls if ilo not have new inspection slickers. Over twenty inspection .slatiims are located over the county and nil expected In he faced with traffic jiiins cnused by persons waiting until the last miiMite. ,'_ "forget nationalism" and work toward Ihu goal of "world tnity." "Then Thant (U.N. Secretary General U Thant) took the stage 0 say thai we are progressing award world legislation, if not actual world Mor- ris continued. It is this "trend toward world government" lhal Morris, a for- mer attorney for the Senate For- eign Relations Committee and other federal groups, feels is he major danger lo this coun- try; declaring thai Americans should nol he taken in by state- ments such as Sen, Fulbright's assertion that the much-d i s- cussed Soviet world conspiracy is a "myth." He said it is (lie conclusion 01 the "people who form our policies" thai the only way to avcrl nuclear war "is a mer- ger with Ihe Soviet Union (See iMEKGE. Pago 7) A -ir 1 "We have just as much! at least imprac- rouble with young people f.ronv counsel with in the :he north part of town as behalf." lo with those from the south I There is a need for belter D. A. Brian, Victoria Straining of those who work with Jounty probation officer, toldj juveniles, he said. "That goes lis office handled' 169 young people (luring 1963. This figure; Tuesday during a question period. Race-wise, his office handled 82 Anglo youths 16 years and from me on through all those, connected in any way with re- habilitation of young people." RohustNikiia Attends Parly MOSCOW high spir- ts, Soviet Premier Khrushchev ,urned up at a Polish reception Tuesday night, drank red wine, snapped at Red China and pre- dicted world communism would emerge stronger lhan ever from .Is disputes. Khrushchev never alluded to the rumor lhat flashed around the world Monday night saying he had died. But a Foreign Of- fice spokesman disclosed at the reception that a strong protest had been made to DA, the West German news agency where the report originated. Khrushchev strolled into ths Polish Embassy bareheaded and wearing a gray overcoat. He was grinning, u n d oubledly aware of the reports of his death. under, 75 Latin youths and Negroes during pointed out. He guessed Victoria's present- BrlaniTHE WEATHER Clear to partly cloudy Wednes- day census breakdown by racejday and Thursday. Mostly lo he 50 per cenl Anglo, 40 per; easterly winds al 8 lo 18 m.p.h. cent Latin and 10 per cenl( Wednesday becoming south- "The reason the Latin) easterly at 10 to 20 Thursday group stands out more than the' Expected Wednesday tempera- he said, "is that more'lures: High 85, low 56. serious crimes such as knifing, burplary and battery seems to come from those in that group. South Central Texas: Clear to parlly cloudy Wednesday and Thursday except consider- "It is my guess that 60 per] able cloudiness with a few cent of the delimiencies near the coast Wednes juveniles can he Iraced back to the home and parenlal de- he sairl. Most of the day. High Wednesday 82-90. Tcmpcralures Tuesday: High 85. low 64. parents, when confronted with] Tides (Port Lavaca-Por thc knowledge their hoy or Highs at has got inlo trouble with the1 a m- and P-m- Lows a law, are humble and m o s P-m' and 'a.m. Thursday. Barometric pressure at sea level: 30.21. Sunset Wednesday: Sun- rise Thursday: anxious to do anything possible to rehabilitate their he said. "Others, however, become militant and confront us with the attitude lhat their children can do no wrong. This kind is Brian is not alarmed over the could remove small pyrolcchn- '1- uvcnile situation in Victoria. I evices from Ihe U.S. Military Might Superior Numbers WASHINGTON voiced concern because no _ Ihink it is good he said STllc ls ln a arcd gon policies and presidential incw weapons systems are being u- NASA launched 'and the Air investigations ipolitics boiled up a storm of dcvdeveloped now, and he fears the over U.S. military miRhtiUnited States could lose its rnili- wiih is.i KIR-) "i'launoicu and the Defense De-'tary margin in the next decade, nm nmud of nur ten what caused the mm- partmcnt tflis njltion holds! The Pentagon statement in- Jer he saW "ThevPh There was one Iheory margin 0, supe-'dudcd Ihese figures: it ,L, ,h.v over Ihe Soviel Union. -The United States has .510 evidenced Ihe fad lhal they sct off an jn Ihe want to accept their bility of growing up and in thei mating, the combined "Questions have been raised strategic bombers on constant regarding the magnitude of alert, in contrast to 270 Soviet mmy o, growing uf, dm, m me. Artcr roatmg, the comDincn' r SUpCriority and whether it heavy and medium bombers, whole are cooperating in everyirockci .slage and spacecraft js conljnuinR to the Pen- -The Air Force has about 750 phase. Actual court cases Iwcrc to have been moved lo ajtaBon jn ;l (luring ncarby facilily a spin tcsUmcnt tnal hilhcrto siles totalled 28. Nineteen the last checks before fendants were placed on pro- transfer to Ihe launching pad. nation, six were sent to places of detention and three cases were dismissed. Brian pointed out his office was not juveniles, planned but to to punish rehabilitate them. "We feel this is being accomplished in Victoria very he said. "We do not want any n unusual state- inlercontinenlal ballistic mis- on launchers, while the Russians have fewer than one- fourth that number. We have 192 Polaris missiles classified figures on U.S. and Soviet bombers and missiles. 'The fact is it has been in- creasing and we intend that il deployed. The Soviets have sub- shall continue to the stantially fewer submarine- latcment said. .launched ballistic missiles in It came a few hours publication of congressional tes-i LeMay's testimony, ptus lhat linquents loose who will prove Her book, a besl seller, set up nationwide controversy over cxlent of danger from pcsti- 'Silent Spring' Authoress Dies SILVER SUING, AM. (AI'> Carson, 56, author of timony in which Gen. Curtis E. of Secretary of Defense Robert thc controversial book "SI-jLeMay, Air Force chief of staff, S. McNamara, touched off the said he thinks Ihe Soviet Union now round of debate. has narrowed the gap of U.S.; LeMay told congressmen at a lent do-; cancer. died Tuesday of a Ihrcat lo society, hut by the a same token, we don't want lo'tf place any youth in houses of superiority. 'closed hearing Feb. 25 he thinks While it clearly was Soviet Union has narrowed by LeMay's comments, a margin o( U.S. military su- Thla Information based on data from tht U.S. Wealhc-r Bureau Vlrlorln Office (Sea Weather ElMwheie, Tail 2) detention if there is a possibil ity he or she might become a useful he said. Rotarians Tommy Holmes, Curl Van Way, Dion Holm, Delton Ashley awl Ken Nathan reported on the dislrict confer- ence recently held in Corpus Chrlsll. gon spokesman said Ihc statc-ipcriority. Miss Carson was a was in reply to a number i To help widen it, the general iwho became a best-selling writ- of charges about U.S. defense said, he believes "we should go er with "The Sea Around Us in 1951, end four years later made the best-seller lists again with "The ICdge of the Sea." policies, including statements by Sen. Harry Goldwater, R-Ariz. Goldwaler, who seeks the Re- publican presidential nomina- Her firsl success led lo re-'lion, said he has never played printing of an earlier numbers game" on questions "Under Ihe Sea which of military power. also became a best seller. The Arizona senator said he ahead and develop" a 100-mega- ton nuclear bomb. Thc biggest weapon in the U.S. arsenal now is about 2-1 megatons. LcMay added he "would prob- ably nol give as optimistic a pic- ture" of U.S. missiles as would McN'amara.   

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