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   Advocate (Newspaper) - April 30, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE .118th 35S TELEPHONE HI 6-1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1964 Established 1816 44 Cents Trustees Again Forced To Pare Building Cost SUR 1MB AN KIWAN1S SPKC1AL Official op- eration won't until t p.m. Saturday, when the public a I. large can ride for 20 cents per per- son or six for bill the Suburban Kiwanis Special cranked up and made a few turns around the half-milo track in Riverside T'avk Woctnesclav evening for club members and their families, and special guests. The track makes a .scenic run along the river and loops around Victoria Children's Zoo. (Advocate Photo) 4......----- KilVaniS, Guests Denies iceman Cafeteria, Band Hall Due Study Panel Named To Make; Cuts COMPARE, EVALUATE Victoria School System To Be Tested by Experts A The end of a year and a halfllhey're grading IheiiTsolvos, and'a.m., it will plunge into work of intensive self-evaluation byilheir working conditions. earnest, following a rigid the Victoria Public School sys-j "Secondly, we're bringing in'.schedule with all team workers By PAT W1TTE 'pn1 is drawing to a close, but this team of outside specialists observing, asking questions ami Advocate Staff Writer The Victoria Independent School District's cost-consciousjiinguishcd educators, the real tcsl is ycl to come, lo help evaluate our holding conferences'in all phases It will begin Sunday at lop lo bottom, and make of school work. After a break p.m. when a team of 18 dis- recommendations that will help j for lunch, the same general pal- all ex- us lo strengthen it. iton, will be repeated during the board of trustees tentatively in specialized areas of the "After we study both surveys 'afternoon proved a low bid of on science of learning, begin awe should have a pretty Vtom V.B to t, the expansion of Hie Victoria of education in Victoria, jidca of jusl what areas lnc High School band hall and cafe- Purpose of both studies, ae-jstrong it. and which ones wettcam of wlil hM leria Wednesday, providing that cording to School Supt. C. O.lnecd (o improve." reporting period, with Chandler, is to determine jusl! Each of the visit; Midget Train in City You couldn't tell Ihe kids wanis Club, from which the train B. E. Leissner Jr. and Lester JL from the Kiwauis without a pro-was purchased, and some local A. spent three years gram Wednesday evening in honest to-goodness railroaders1 trying to obtain a miniature; Riverside Park. who gave technical assistance in train for the park, and Court ruled Wedncs- It was the first lest run for setting up the half-mile of track, succeeded with Ihe help of the'day that oul-of-state servicemen! approximately can he trimmed from the cost of the project. The board, operaling on an al- ready strained school-building budget, had estimated the cost of lhc project al approximate- ly Trustees felt the plans could he approved, how- ever, if the bid is reduced to AUSTIN (AP) The in llle vicinity of Bernhard Construction Co. (ing special-isoleded groups of local school Texas .lnd ed n c a t i o Education Agency, the s out, "is a density of Texas, Texas (ho! From to 6 p.m., the panel 3 given time to write re- for Tuesday's how education in Victoria fares! ists was selected because hc when compared with nalionalishcl is a well-known authority standards. !in a given field. II includes ren- "Keeping abreast of all Ihe resentatives from Ihe new ideas in e d u c a I Chandler points out, "is rounding job. What we're do- University cf Houston and Texas' Allcr a   il from Iwo different angles, The panel will hold Us first Kroiips to hold planned "First, for the past year and official meeting -Sunday al 5'conferences with key leaders of a half our own teachers havrjip.m., with a dinner lo follow been making a p.m. Ihe Suburban Kiwanis Miniature Officially, the train will go.'Kiwanis. Train, and already yet they had into operation Saturday at 1 p.m.1 All three got a free ride, or a labor problem. [but Wednesday evening was a two. stationed in Texas do not )iaveiwils low.bidder on the project, of our program. lu effect, Monday, beginning al a "federally protected right" to vote in Texas elections. committee consisting of rep- resenlatives of the firm, and Board President A. T. local school personnel. At p.m., the schedule (Sue SCHOOLS, Page IDA) Everybody wanted lo be breaking celebra-, A good lime, as they say, was This upheld a 1954 conslitu- President A. 1. If ineer." jllon" as on Kiwanian put it- had by all but there was one tional amendment allowing! Koberl Almost pvnrvhnHx' pnt alfnr members nf the club. Thev small nnhlic relations nrnhlpm fnrnnr in raia and Lonoe Ancierson and Trustees Robert Ger- will meet later this week to deter- mine how costs can be reduced. a special barbecue for membcrVand track and gelling it set up hers" who wanted to have their of entering the service M No S.HVclf'c and Iheir families, and operation. picture taken aboard the vehicle! Two justices dissented, !tfms were men- guests ranging from members! It was a special triumph, loo, for posterity. 'tending the provision violalcsl ,'1SC1'1SS. of City Council and the Parks'for members of thc Parks and You ever try lo explain to a the equal protection clause of, o eliminating the: and Recreation Commission all R e c r e a t i o n Commission hundred kids what a big deal lhc Mlh Amendment to the ij.S. seeo" lnc gineer. jlion" as on Kiwanian put had by ____..............__ Almost everybody got alfor members of the club. They small public relations problem.! members of the armed forces lo chance sometime during the spent more lhan four Al one point Ihe kids "only in (he county in ning as the Kiwanis cooked negotiating for train bumped in favor of club they resided al the time New Trial For Ruby V6H July 1 Finish Due -p p 1 cIVlIlijf 1 lOlCCl J thc way over lo the Yoakum Ki- Former Mayor W. R. like this is for dad? j Constitution. ----------i Army Sgl. Herbert Carringlon -w '-w-, p {brought lhc suit. Hc contended Companion or Victim he is entitled lo vote in Texas July 1 is expected to be liberation day for resi- l. (iculs Qcn Jordan Street, a spokesman lor Lock- DALLAS, Tex. (AP) story structure. At present !Jmlgc Joc B Wednes-. M plans call for an expansion of day overruled Jack Ruby's mo-iw Andrews and Ncwnani said Wednesday, lion for a new trial. Defense! I'aving of lhc street is expected on lhal the present band hall and cafe- teria facilities. II would add ap- lawyers immediately SJl; 13 HUUIL-U 10 VULL: III lU.Mta ir c't fcllvt.- because he has been an El Paso '5'000 bqllolc of appeal lo the Texas 'avelthc way from Port Laviica Drive to Red River Street 111 Drowning Released i resident and taxpayer for two r 01 For Flight "We do nol believe lhal a icai-, 5 denl of another state upon en-ii tering Ihe military service pos- jCourl of Criminal Appeals. "We ask thc court lo set aside the cruel and unjust death scn-i J trimmed 'the Jack aijki sesses a 'federally protected right' to vote in Texas elections while in the whatever county Advocate I'nrl t.avaca Unreal] IdownlOWn Section of L a V a C 3 PORT LAVAOA Investiga- Bay Tuesday night. EL PASO, Tex. (AP) A lion into the drowning of Jesus! rjarza loki Sheriff D. B. Hall- Texan who this year was corn- Nuncio. M, of Houston, c o n- ihurlon thai he last saw Nun-! pleliug eight years as sheriff of tinned Wednesday after a com-jeio alive Monday morning in a Somervell County was arrested panion who had reported lasljtavern and hunted for him atJiore Tuesday night and mau Mnni in seeing him alive M o n d a p.m. the same day. ;leased Wednesday on morning was released fromj After being held overnight on a charge of unlawful custody anil apparently clearedilhe Calhonn Counly Jail, GarzaJflight to Mexico lo avoid prose- of any foul play. was taken to Corpus Christi! cation on an earlier count of The friend, Eliseo Morales Wednesday morning by Garza, 21, of Edna, was re-iSheriffs Robert Grantland and. He is charged with embcz- leased at p.m. Wednesday] Wade Hobbs where the lie about afler being returned from Cor-: lector lesl was given. The re-j Paul Bascom Bone, 37, was the get a new trial in anoth- county besides Dai. attorney Joe Tonahill said. Police Busy i Texas elections nminri nnuiiniiinir Brown denied the request, as T 1 IT Hilary srvice in in e 'la s fa he ha Inll hc earlier! Ill IJilby HllllL oafctX' pEjccI and from Airline to Sam Houston, according to the most recent calculation of the city's supervising engineers and the contractor. Paving of lhc street itself is expected to take only about two weeks, bul laying of curb and gutter and other work in preparation for (he final pav- ing will carry over (o mid- change his voting Associate Justice Zollie Steak- LLIIH ,11V, IVIMJI U VUll I IT I the proposed thc! hiivc witnesses testify and rd will have approximately ,wltn "vidcnre" ley said in the majority opinion, r for board will have approximately left lo build an 8-10- nTdK ?'TBtaY yde Smith said that (hat a key prosecution witness Ihe L." gave false testimony at rtnhu li-hil CHICAGO (AP1-A steady in flow of tips kept police and FBI agents on Ihe move June. Oilier Prnjpi'ls July completion dales arc listed, also, for two other pav- Clyde trial. Plans for ware- j Ruby had a heavy growth of; woman in while and the infant Wednesday in the search for Projects under Die contract 'of Gulf Biluhlhic Co. These are pus Christi where hc was qucs- were aparently --j arrested by the FBI al Inter Ihe provision was intended proposed in lheiheard on his "c kidnaped from a hospital. SaSIn m lion-schoo' non'fc tf tioned IhrousJ, the use of a lieilo'T in behalf since liojnational Airport while hc wasj the iwas rn pasnrl shnr Iv aftm- irsl ..lo ult- in Ftin lianHc nt ininiuil .-MJIUJUI UOnu 11 issllc in November of ov the effect was released shortly after hisjwaiting for his wife to arrive lo Porl Lavaca. detector lesl. Meanwhile, a verdict in the! death remained pending as ani, autopsy report had nol b e e c a hal'hn.r i taken into custody, released. Nuncio's bodv ls survived by his wife, Bone, who lived and had of- taken lo Victoria for "a sisters, Mrs. Rich-fiecs in Glen Rose, counly "vc i right to vole in all elections, lew p.rnn in lllf. nlrvr'tlnn nf Ilin nrnci. by plane. She arrived a ,hc elc f M Nuncio, who had worked in a minutes after her husband of the Uiiitel Slates The state doesn't contend Car- have already been aband- oned hceau.se of lack of money. The school district owns a 10- acrc site In Highland Estates, and the majority of the trustees apparently favor building t h e school there. Twice, as he was led from Ihe courtroom back lo jail, he whis pcrcd lo his brother and sislcrs: "Good-by, I'm hack." Tonahill said Ruby is and tried lo kill Sam Houston from just south of Victoria High School lo the m. uu.i., Houston highway, by July 21, i 15 telephone calls came in at and Airline extension from lone police station from persons] Cameron Street lo the Cucro who Draught they knew thing of value in the hunt. None seemed tenant Nuncios body was Nuncio; and six brothers, floating face down at the Trinidad, Jose Everisto, 'ranee nf Smith Harbor in Michael and Santiago ______ iNuncio. all of Houston. Mrs. Rudy Silva and Miss Isi- was ousted from office as sheriff (See SHERIFF, Page IDA) said. "Instead, hc is unique solely because he is a member of the Today's Chuckle The body was taken by Ren- don Funeral Home to Crespo] u n c r a 1 Home in Houston (Wednesday. Funeral arrange- ments have not been com-1_____ plctcd. CASTLE Support armed forces. Such a distinction [does not fulfill the test of rea- It's hari! to get rich in a small town everybody's ak'hing. isonahleness of classification as required by the I4lh amend- ment of the U.S. Smith said. sue Studied The elementary school will be the lasl item in the current i highway, by July 7. Completion of thc Ren Jordan promising, the lieu- work will permit Ihe contractor id, but all had to hejto move onto Ited Ilivcr, where The baby, Paul Joseph Fron-jcd to be completed by Sept. a cell wail !C'-ak. now oW. was! IS. This will include paving of No'witnesses tesiified at the'taken from the arms of Itiver from Hen Jordan lo tcsiuieu at in Michael'the Houston highway where it said he hopes Ttic woman is intersected by Sam Huus- a fo within dueconduct'a Pink Lady ori-j Pl'lCO entation Class at 7 p.m. tonight, WASHINGTON (AP) The at Citizen's Memorial Hospital [Agriculture Department an- Mrs. Jess A. Kern having'nounced Wednesday it will sup- a baking dilemma that grower prices for out successful after all .extra-long staple cotton al an Greek Cypriots Claim in Battle Won sidcring the possibility of an- other bond issue within the nexlL Iwo lo four years. Six firms .submitted bids on the band hall-cafeteria project at Wednesday's bid-opening ses- ision. Others wore Construc- Hion, Krucgcr C o n- slruclion, D. W. Mar- [shall, H. W. Manor, and Urban Construc- ition, Bernhard promised to com-' plete Ihe project in ICO calen- dar days. look him wore a nurse-; ton. Liisl I'lmso I.a.sl phase of the contract, j two small linking portions of Iluby 5'i received Ihe nursery. [sentence March 14 for slaying' The missing child is the .son' on Ben Wilson between i __ n.......i.i ...u- lu r r, Hivpi and Sam Houston. I.ee Harvey Oswald, who Chester and Dora Kronczak. (Sec RUBY, Page IDA) VRKK-FOR-ALL [Kronczuk is a machinist. js to be completed ---------i by Dec. I, but the work here will not begin until late in June when drainage work is scheduled. The over-all project, includ- all the above listed work, nning about one month [behind schedule, according to Dill Klotz of Lock wood, An- drews and Ncwnam, because j of weather caused delays. In discussing the projccl status (See PAVING, Page 10A) Yarborough, Trade Verbal Swings rVOUR on business iMr. and extra-long staple cotton in !i D Maloclia celebrating a line with the prices of upland 35th wedding anniversary today cotton. Price supports for this and planning a trip lo crop to be with Ihe 11. C. Akins average Linda Samlclovic home recover- pared with ing from the mumps James 3'eai'- Sitferlc in serious mood Jixtra-ion_ Postmnstcr Paul Bcrthtlot, quot-largely in Arizona, California, ed recently as having two Mexico, I e x a s, I< londa sons and Iwo ccnst cenls last forces to cease fire. fighting stopped. The move coincided with an Apparently answering criti- appeal by U.N'. Secre-jcism of [allure of the U.N. U Tlianl for to inlervene in thc fight-! Greek and Turkish Cypriote to [ing, Thanl said: "It would be make a public renunciation of n nvuni'ort'c settle their four-monlh- (nrnio clhnic conflict. Thant proposed a number of incongruous, even a lillle in- sane, for that force lo sel about: Cloudy lo partly cloudy killing Cypriols, whether through Friday. Day- or Turkish, lo prevent thcnr time cast to southeasterly winds T, .nation in Saturday's primaries. Yarhorough's state headquar- (Sce niUSILKS. Page 10A) i Yarhorough said one of the lors bte Wednesday men who appeared on a incumbent U.S. senator vision program with planning a Friday stalc- and claimed he saw lhc senator TV speech to answer Mc- take from Billie Wednesday and Thurs- WEATHER Estes was not in Pecos at Ihe (jay speeches, specified dale. ln a Corpu: Mcl.endon, in a statewide tel-ia bul really having three grand-, r sons and only one granddaugh- I-icll llJllgfe til ter Mrs. Alargic Heaves -T explaining lhal spring arrived Sol JNCW and she has Ihe relics of a Lit- NEW YORK (API tie it of a Corpus Christi appear- Yarborough called Mc- steps to restore peace to Cyprus from kilting each other." al 10 to 20 m.p.h. Expected.evision broadcast from Dallas, i.endon "the most irrcsporrsible' including Ihe naming of a lop-] He sent Ihe U.N. temperatures: High repeated the charge and said candidate who ever ran lor the level political officer to work Indian Lt. Gen. Prem Singh low 02, Yarborough used campaign con- u.s. Senate in Texas, From alongside the military on the Gyani, a comprehensive pro-, .South Central Texas: Consid-ilributions for paying off of the statements he and scene. gram to restore Ihe country tojerable cloudiness Thursday debts. his supporters made, I thought The Greek cease-fire conditions. His night with a few iso-j "Yarborough used your cam- [hey were starting the Panama General was received with skepticism tions included possible joint pa-j lated showers north contributions to pay riot all over again." cloudy Fri-ihis personal expenses for which: Midland, Yarhorough said being one of the men who said he TV audience. "Howisaw the senator receive ahoul that, for political morali-jfrom Gillie Sol Estes in Pecos, gram to reslore Ihe country tojerable cloudiness Thursday debts. his supporters n normal conditions. His sugges-lThursday night with a few iso-j "Yarborough used your cam- WCra starti tions included possible joint pa-j laled showers north contributions to pay riot all c League ball game to prove Motors Corp. on Wednesday re-'by both the Turks and the U.N. trols of Greek Cypriot, partly cloudy Fri-jhis persona' Mrs. .James Wide fond ported earnings in the first command here. Cypriot and U.N. troops. 'day. No important temperaturejhe was bei people with a sense of monlbs of 1061 higher! With thc Turks still holding Earlier in Ihe day, Thanl, in change, High Thursday 75-85 told the 1 Alton Vngl showing than any other corporation in the lofty medieval castle, a Paris, called on thc leaders of off photographs of his for a similar period. [Turkish spokesman said lhc both sides lo bring (heir follow- Andy Knowlrs checking up The performance came on Ihe order sounded "like another ers "hack lo sanity." on old friends Mrs. .1. Ft. heels of a full-year showing Greek (rick. We are suspicious Britain was reported (o have north, south, Temperatures Wednesday: High m, low 59. ty." McLcndon did not Ranch reminding lhat rcserva- virtually rewrote the CM tions are due for the Mother-j record book. Daughter Banquel al the First First quarter profits soared of the peace." Tides (Port Lavaca -PorlWhal type of dehl was involved 6, ISMiO, was nol in thc specify. West Texas town at the time. communicated to Thant its in-O'Connor High al in Ihe lawsuit hc said was filed The U.N. command concern over the Thursday. Low al Fri- Said thc senator: "The Reeves County record to be unaware of "any cease-i parent inabilily of thc U.N. English Lutheran Church, schcd- lo million, or a share, ifire arrangements" and said "it I force lo slop the fighting. uled for Sunday, May 3 .'a 29 per cent jump from thc i is unli day. Barometric pressure at s e a in 1956 in Travis County byloffice of discharges of Reeves James Nichols for I County servicemen in (he coun likely that from a military1 A Greek Cypriol governmenl level: 29.82. fro _ Nazareth Academy officials re- ?IM million, or a share, point of view Ihe final aim of source described Thant's new! Sunset Thursday: Sun- wilh an agreement lhal M per from Ihe armed services of the ready when he He said the senator "escaped'ty clerk's office shows that Sgt. Help your Advocate carrier from Ihe embarrassing lawsuit Ernest Keeton was discharged salesman succeed by having pay- minding that lhc public is in-1 earned in lhc Ifll'vi first quarter. Greek Cypriol operations over proposals for Cyprus an con-rise Friday: vilcd lo Ihe operetta "Big Sales advanced to Ihe past'four days in this area structivc. f JnfnriiyrNon ov slated for R p.m. lonighl at up 15 per cent from been achieved." There was no immediate com-i vicioria ouicc! St, Mary's Hall. a year earlier, I ,cent of all'donations received'on United States on Feb. 28, ISKil. lo colled. Too, please see that n tiai.ilcampaign debls aflcr Aug. "He was in the active armed your receipt is filled ouj. proper- Wralhcr BuffJ.ni' lUn until IVin nf lift; rtk. Iv ll's hp.sl WAV WH kllOW 1D56, would be applied to lhc services until Ihe day of his dis-ly. It's the besl way we k (here were noi (See CYPltlOTS, 1'agc 50A) Elsevvlim, PJje (See CAMPAIGN. Page IDA) .to avert misunderstandings.   

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