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Advocate (Newspaper) - April 22, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 348 TELEPHONE HJ J-US1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1904 Established 1318 LBJ Cites Danger of Revolution Caslro Given New Warning o WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent .Jolmson warned Tuesday that violent revolution is inevi- table in the world unless masses of needy humanity achieve some of Ihe belter things of life. And Johnson issued another warning [o Fidel Castro, against any attempt to slop U.S. aerial reconnaissance over Cuba. In addition, the President voiced hope that negotiations to head off a rail strike threatened for a minute after midnight Fri. day will be over successfully "in a few hours or days." Varied Day H was a busy, varied day for the chief executive. He 'kept popping in and out of liis of- fice, making speeches, and sud- denly staging a news confer- ence. Somehow, the speech and news conference ideas kept repeating and overlapping. Three limes Johnson com- mended to his audiences the Golden Rule, the Biblical in- junction to do unto others as you would have others do unto you. Smalt Parties Twice he said he likes small parties rather than big and added thai he hopes the Re- publican parly slays small. The President talked of Cuba in rssponse to a news confer- ence question whether he ex- pects another crisis. "I don't want to predict any new crisis Johnson answered. "I have enough on my hands now." "I do think that it is essential that we maintain surveillance and know whether any missiles are being shipped into Cuba. We will have to mainlain our recon- naissance and our overflights. 'Serious Action' "Any action on their part to slop that would be a very se- rious action. We have so in- formed them and informed Uieir friends." The news conference was staged for some 800 editors and broadcasters attending., H two- day briefing on foreign policy at the State Department. Johnson made them a speech In which he hammered away repeatedly on the idea that un- less the better-off areas of the world help the developing na. lions meet Ihe problems of pov- erty, hunger and disease, by means of a peaceful revolution, "a violent revolution is inevi- table." Asserted Subjects On his rounds Tuesday, the President had these Ihings to say on assorted subjects: POLITICS In dealing with Republicans he is going to do us he does with other people in the world: "I am going to keep my guard up and my hand out." He said he believes it is the duty of Ihe opposition party to sup- port the President if he is right, oppose him if he is wrong, and never offer blind opposition for opposition's sake. POVERTY inspec- tion tour Johnson plans to pov- Williams. Choirs taking part are housewife, have been scheduled j Christian Church, First KnglishL native arcnileclure, cul- for May a? before Ihe Court Church, First was David Killian, 18. of the] same address, who also wasiin h- sitting in the front seat. h The trio was headed to Cor- pus Christ! to see a movie when the accident happened shortly before 8 p.m. Perkins was brought to Cit- izens Memorial Hospital in a Dist Ally. Wiley (list Church, First Presbyterian Presbyterian :senlcd' Gnurmcl Koods Church, Our Lady of Ixnirdcsl H is expected that Arthur Mart's offer free en- Mrs. i e'cnrs About an hour behind never been reached by the'thinkinE that way" he said to make a study of the fcasibil- are defending their last year's. Safari championship. level: Sunset rise from the Wcflthtr Bureau Vlclorla Office (See Wealhcr Elsewhere, Pa t 18) he cimc (See SAFARI, Page His company has of us'ng atomic blasts and tabulation throughout the world and is con-itlloro was no estimate made of as possible. ,sidered the world's largest 'ong tllc actual blasting of Last year's Cancer Crusade dependent dredging concern. tnc canal would take. There is lo talk with you now a'so the complication of present- the Panama treaty with Russia, and many other problems too nu- merous lo mention. "I have here my statement recently placed in the Con- gressional Record, which I will (See CHANNEL, Page 9) bail.8 "f Ihc Pan ma Canal ;