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   Advocate (Newspaper) - May 19, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 12 TELEPHONE MI S-MS1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1964 Established Rocky Given Lodge Aid in California Action Rapped By Goldwaler LOS ANGELES ers of Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge threw their support Mon- day to New York Gov. Nelson A. .Rockefeller in the June 2 California primary. But (hey emphasized that they did so only in the hope of ullimately winning for Lodge the Republican presidential nominalion. They denied it was a "slop- Goldwater" move. But Sen. Barry Goldwaler, H-Ariz., campaigning here for the nomination, said that's what it is, and "I don't think it will work." Crucial Test Tiie announcement from the California Draft Lodge for Pres- ident Committee followed Rock- efeller's upset win over the South Viet Nam ambassador in last Friday's Oregon primary, in which Goldwater ran third. California's primary now looms as a crucial test between the Arizona senator and the New York governor. Lodge is not on the California 12 Cents City Belatedly Passes Park Speed Ordinance PKOUD U.S. CITIZEN J o s e p h John Scott, nine, proudly holds his certificate of citizenship a few mo- ments after it was given to him in naturalization ceremonies Monday afternoon in the Federal Building zens. Looking proudl Sgt. and Mrs. Allen 1 O'Connor, who first in 1958. (Advocate The Lodge group said in a lews conference statement: 'We will work to mobilize Ihe ubstantial Lodge support that ;xists in California and then isk these Lodge supporters Due Transfer to for the delegate slale of v'elson Rockefeller." No Deals In New York City, er said: "f am very pleased B. H. Fleming of Cam- lave the support of Ihe leaders, think the trend already BRUCE PATTON Advocate Sfaff Juan Rivera, Fellcitas Oti-ia Gonzalez, Martina County said Monday night liat he expects his chief depuly et in after the Oregon primary vhcn many of Uie Lodge people 'ame over. Any additional help or my candidacy is good. I yant to say again I have made 10 deals, nor will I make any." Goldwaler had this to say: 'I forecast this about bright-eyed, somewhat shy boy of nine, formerly of Madrid, Spain, stood up proudly with 22 other persons, and became a citizen of the United Slates Monday afternoon in naturalization ceremonies at t h e courtroom in the Federal Orliz, Joe Frank Konarik, 'ohn Morion Haehbold, Haruko Smart and Yoshiko Foster. A single case was heard he-ore Federal Judge Ben C. Con-nally prior lo the naturalization (Sec CITIZENS, Page the Cameron County attorney to take former Railroad Delective L. B. Shipp into custody in Victoria Tuesday and relurn him to Brownsville. Sheriff Fleming, contacted at lis home in San Benito, said veeks ago. If I were in had received a telephone call democratic party, giving the Republicans advice on how to ireak up the Republican party, fiat's exactly the advice I vould At the same time he became a U. S. citizen, he acquired a new name. Formerly called Jose, he is now Joseph John Scott, adopted son of Mr Gets Victoria County Sheriff M.. W. Marshall last Saturday during which Marshall (old him that he was mailing papers to Brownsville concerning the "It's a 'stop-Goldwater' move-hink it will work. It will have an effect, but it will take time o analyze. "I can't say how much Lodge .upport there is In California, know it's here. Lodge is now iead as far as the convention s concerned." Jack W. Crumley of the Lodge organization, answering a ques-ion, said support of Rockefeller s limited to California only "because of the unique and Mrs. Scott looked on fondly al the proud moment for :heir son, and it obviously was a proud moment for them, too. But they have traveled this road before. Another son, now 16, was adopted in Munich, Germany and became a citizen also. Their oldest son, Allen Dean Jr., now 26, married and living in California, was born in this Hospital YOAKUM The U.S. Department of Health, Education ind Welfare has approved a grant under the H i 1 1-Jurlon Act for a 22-bed addition and remodeling of present facilities of Hulli Memorial Hospital in Yoakiim. Congressman Clark Thompson lotified the Victoria Advocate >y telegram of the approval of the bondsman in the case. Awails Papers "My chief deputy expected to pick him up today, but the papers did not Shcrifl Fleming said. "I had lo leave 'he counly on a business trip, and llioy may have arrived la-ler In the day." Shipp has been free on bond Dut confined lo a local hospital since he was arrested and charged on March 20 wilh five cases of armed robbery in He read a statement which said in part: "By doing this supporting Rockefeller) Lodge supporters will be increasing Lodge's eventual lelegate support at the national was stationed at Mata-gorda AFB near Port O'Connor, a veteran of 21 years in the Air Force. He and his wife met young Joe, then Jose, in 1958. ife was brought over lo this country June 29, 1961, and cost of the project will >e The Hill-Burton unds will be matched by in bonds already sold by the cily of Yoakum and by donated by the Sisters of the incarnate Word and County as well as Ibrce others in Corpus Christi, McAllen and Edinburg. The original bond was set at in each alleged offense, or Sheriff Fleming "He polled 27 per cent of the 3regon vote although he is niles away and has not been in .he United Slates for school at Port O'Connor. Fishing is a favorite pastime in Port O'Connor for many people, but not Joe. He had rather play The religious order, which eases the hospital from the cily vill pay back the being put up by the city, it was ij3.si WGGK tnc Csrncron Counly Grand Jury returned in-diclmenls in all five cases and Ihe district judge set the new bond at in each case, or nonths. Well ahead of who became new by Sisler Joan of Soldwater and Richard Nixon, Mlh of whom had full-fledged, veil-financed campaigns. "If one can believe the polls and they must be correct were Manuel Villarreal Torres, Adela Zuniga, Francisco Bellran, Maximliana C o rp u s, Sara Calzada, Natividad Reyes, Ellen May Roberts, Jose administrator. Sister Joan of Arc said the Jiree-story addition will give the hospital a total of 64 beds. She said il is hoped of Custody Fleming said Shlpp had remained oul of custody since Ihe indiclmcnls, however, under Ihe original bond "until he could if the time Ambassador is, in California, Ihe Gaudalupe Camara, Mar-celo Galindo, Julia Cantu, will begin before October >he said building plans are the new bond." Asked if Shipp's Brownsville "espected contender. We Kathe Gertrude Goss, studied by the State had filed any action convinced lhat tho Rockefeller ilato closely parallels the Palacios, Felipe De YOAKUM, Page SHIl'P, Page 5) :rale Republican philosophy Ambassador Lodge. We do not lave the same conviction Jie Goldwaler slale. "We arc also convinced that vhen and if the California delegates are released by the Improved Adoiph Kolacny, 30-year-old Ganado man injured In an Captain ler of the primary there would 30 substantially more second-choice support for Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge in the accident near Inez last Thursday evening, was reported in good condition at a local hospital High Sea efeller slale than in the attending physician (AP) The crew cooperation was "nol er Kolancny will be at sea of a good." "for an extended period because of his broken but that his over-all condition is much detoured a Liberian-regislerod freighter and her multination crew to Honolulu on Los Angeles, Ray Holbrook representing William Diamont i Co. which handled the Pomo- services were held Monday In Edna for Kolacny's companion at the time of 443-foot Pomona, carrying tons of scrap metal from Los Angeles to Formosa, said, "Tho captain was hav ing trouble wilh them while the ship was here." Mrs. Martin Hnber shopping n town, and wondering if it las forgotten how lo rain accident at Arenosa Creek, 16-year-old Betty Konca-ba. Miss Koncaba died in a with flags at half-mast. An escorting Coast Guard cutter kept circling the freighter to make certain none of the docking in Honolulu some crewmen told interroga tors they were not particularly unhappy wilh the caplaln, the Fleming Prairie Elmer Johnson and Gerald Johnson having an early lunch hospital Saturday morning as the result of her jumped overboard. First Mate A. Olsen, told police he discovered the the food and condl lions generally. But Peler Ree Swedish member of (he engine A. J, and J. R. Carter manag-ng to create a bit of confusion Art Lapham facing 600 miles east of Hawaii on entering the cabin of Capt. Jacob Natvig, 51 of said the captain, the food and conditions all were agree able to him. warm prospect of driving an un-airconditloned car for Cha'lra In the cabin were Ihc Coast Guard re ccived from the freighter's ra next day or two Jean Montgomery noting that the Bon Aire Garden hearing on the 1964-65 budget for Victoria Independent School District will be held ax. which dealt the fatal blow behind Natvig's right ear, had been taken from a operator, Nels Rolando Al mejun, the cryptic message "Captain believed murdered.' will meet at 1, Business Manager Uie 40-foot cutter went out, me Wednesday at Mrs. Robert Enter's before dining at 1 said Monday. The dale was moved up radio operator and the chief steward were told at Pomona, and began a circling escort back. at the Navarro Restaurant Friends hearing that Eddie Joe and Ann Hunt have moved to Abilene, where they will attend Abilene Christian 8, which would have been the next regular meeting of the school board, for administrative reasons, Greenwood crew Norwegians, Spaniards, Finns, Swedes, Colombians, a Dutchman and an Argentine was not Pomona was greeted at Honolulu by a variety of offi cials. all saying they had no jurisdiction. Bill Fly in charge of a be held In conjunction when the Llherlan soon the ship could continue Its trip, no one Behaved group of boys and girls who watched naturalize-Jon proceedings in trustee meeting, scheduled for I p.m. la the school administration building at North flags were lowered to half-mast. Olsen said there was a bad say. But Olsen said firmly he would not consider command of the freighter, U it was Zourt wife frMt thntt OB i nJ f Si f Cited WASHINGTON 
                            

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