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   Advocate (Newspaper) - June 24, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 48 VICTORIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1964 r X UltLllo Burned Auto Is Discovered Injunctions Requested by Review Panel Legal Action Would Hit Paperback Distributor By HENRY WOLFF JR. Advocate SUH Writer Victoria Boavd of Review for Juvenile Readers de- cided Tuesday night to recommend legal action be tak- en to restrain distribution of certain paperback novels the panel finds objectionable. A motion was passed asking the city to take neces- sary steps to seek an injunction restraining a distribu- Mor from selling several paper- T'v 11 -M- backs chosen by the board, and I IllMPtt "f similar type, to local VM.11O hews dealers; The injunction -mirm would have to be sought in Dis- I M IVt Wet Court under state law. Ill iTllbbinff A majority of the five board members present indicated they felt the novels, sometimes re- ferred to M.- bedside readers, serve no useful purpose and are of pornographic nature. Drastic Steps Robert B. Campbell cast the only dissenting vote. Those fav- oring the proposal were H W Kacy, chairman, V. T. Kallus, PHILADELPHIA, Miss. (AP) Oscar Schulte and Bill Stuckey. President Johnson Tuesday Four board members were not night ordered Allen Dulles to present. Mississippi afler FBI agents Kacy opened the meeting with found a charred station wagon history of the board, not- used by three, missing civil >ng Uiat it did not receive the rights workers. support it bad hoped for in cili- The brwied-out station wagon zen action, and that it was felt was discovered in a swampy "more drastic steps are neces- spot northeast of this Central sary." Mississippi town. State police He reviewed possible action it staged a house-to-house search could recommend, saying that in this territory, the heart of a new that of seeking Neshoba County, called in Mis- action against the sissippi "Bloody Neshoba" for came to light after a recent dis- its past history of gunfire in set- cussion with County Atty. W. W tiing feuds. Kilgore. He noted that the slate This was the first clue in a refers to the word dlstribu- massive hunt by state and fed- Hon' eral agents for the one Negro Own Censor and two white youths. The trio The board chairman pointed disappeared Sunday night after out that if an injunction could paying a fine here for, speed- be obtained, the distributor y would no longer be able to fur- The While House announced "ish dealers the books. If he con- Dulles, who headed the Central tinued to do so, a1' member of Intelligence Agency for many "IB board or other ciitzen could years, would leave Washington bring the matter to the atlen- Wcdnesday morning. He will lion of the court with punish confer with Mississippi Gov. ment resulting, he told the pan- Paul Johnson, other top state of- el.. ficials and the FBI on the prog- "The beauty of the matter is, ress of the investigation. he (the distributor) is his own James Farmer, Negro direc- censor by this Ka- tor of the Congress of Racial cy noted, adding, "The burden Equality flew into would be on his back." Meridian. Stuckey, who made the mo- Farmer told newsmen at the lion for asking the action be airport, "I will join in the laken, said he favored the ap- search for the missing youths." proach because it "throws cen- Farmer said he was shocked sorship on the judge and dis- and dismayed at their disap- tributor, where it should be." pearance, and he came to Mis- Must Go Elsewhere sissippi because two of the miss- City Atty. Argyle McLachlan ing and Chan- mentioned that dealers might go are members of his CORE elsewhere to purchase similar staff. books. "I can only and hope" they do that, we have no he said. reason to shield Kallus Johnson (old a news confer- said. "We would have every rea ence in Washington the FBI has son to lake steps against them.' been asked "to spare no effort Kacy said he 'considers the to secure all of the information distributor approach "like put possible, and to report to us as ting a dam upstream." soon as possible." He informed the panel that it Missing are Andy Goodman, was his impression after a re- 20, and Mickey Schwerner, 24, cent meeting with Kilgore that both of New York City and the board need stipulate only James Cheney, 22, a Negro some examples of the type {See DULLES, Page 8) books it wants restrained "in seeking an injunction covering others of fhe same type. Campbell Objects He indicated that Kilgore had expressed a willingness to work wilh the board and McLachlan in legal attempts to halt the _ sale of the material. Dennis Meurer reporting Campbell said he objected to Ihe method because he main- Laredo Ihese days than Vic- tains his stand against the lrs' chcsler Evans board, which is set up under a of Edna In town on an errand Clty ordinance, going to state really to attempt to accomplish ing his 10th year on the force objectives today Carl Van Way Jr. Councilman Vellon B. Cowden, slopping out for an af ernoon an ex officio member of the cup of coffee with an idea to pancl, saW catch up on the news Dr. definitely a need for removal S arkcy borrowing a parking of some of this stuff. ?f m "r cerlain'y see no benefit can shortly for a cup of coffee be derived from it." Krankle Ganem proudly dis- iue vote wat. ,.i..n playing a bowling trophy for Kacy commented that he felt top individual high game of 213 PANF[ _ and his father, Emil Ganem, PANfcL- wondering when he will be able David Engels. Barge Blast Narrow Profits JVlllS JL WO Information preseziled GO persons on the annual vnnv ik. Victoria County Farm Tour Tuesday morning illus- loaded with fireworksblew trated how rich 1uick agriculture became obsolete i million on half of them businessmen- Tuesday night. were given an opportunity to view progressive agricul- The accident occurred during ture in lne They ic annual pre-Fourth of July intormed that the costs and wuuuejiijg wiien ne win oe aoie to bowl again after spraining Wnil't his ankle Graham Hart- JXr W OU l well deciding it was the first of lhe week that caused his con- F Or fusion and hoping the .rest of WASHINGTON (AP) Atty. the week will be different Gen. Robert F. Kennedy sate Mrs. M. G. Lewis accepting Tuesday he will not run for the words of sympathy for her U.S. Senate from New York this automobile troubles Jack year. Schaefer taking advantage of On the Eve of a sentimental a special day in his favor as trip to West Berlin, the 38-year- the excuse for not assisting the old brother of the late President ist. family after a recent barbecue John F. Kennedy coded months The Marvin Elders com- of speculation that: he might menting on how large and bow seek the Democratic nomina- quiet a house can suddenly be- tion (o run against come wilh tne family all gone Republican Sen. Kenneth WiiUe Gt.nt making some Keating, comments on the value of The terse announcement dis- cooled when it comes ttme tributed by the' Depart- to rest Pailette Wolf of ment did not lead with Kenne- Brownsville returning home dy's plans for the future beyond after a visit here with the the announcement of his candidacy. OUbUthtd ItM 16 Cents Bond Issue Plan By City, County Hit by Opponent RURAL INTEREST Sixty persons interested in Victoria County agri- culture participated in the Victoria County Farm Tour Tuesday morn- ing sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the Victoria County Program Building Committee. Some the tour mem- bers are pictured at the first stop near Guadalupo, where 15 varieties of milo were planted in a test by Charles Schoener Jr. (Advocate Photo) Fireworks display on the Hudson River. The pyrotechnics are sponsored y a New York department :orc. Spectators lined the New Jer- sey and New York shores to .vatch four barges shoot color- 'ul displays high over the wa- ter. About 15 minutes after the show began, a rocket on one of lhe barges failed lo rise and triggered the explosion, wit- nesses said. Bodies Recovered Two men were lossed into the Water. Their bodies were recov- ered. When the blast occurred, zed and scientific era of farm- ng and ranching have weeded >ut the quick money posslbil- most of the spectators lined along the Henry Hudson Park- way in Manhattan and on the opposite bank in New Jersey thought it was part of the dis- play. But as a police launch and lireboat rushed to the scene, it became apparent had occurred. an accident The dead men were tentative- ly identified as Anthony Amato, 60, of Secaucus, N.J., and An- thony Be Francisco, 40, of Spark Hill, N.Y. Four Rescued They were employes of the In- ternational Fireworks Co. of North Bergen, N.J. Four other men on the barge were rescued by the tugboat which had been pulling (t, po- liCa'd around the barge. After about one everything went dark. minute Farm Tour Cites involved In this mechan- Atheists IUU _____ Frightened; e "Pack, Flee ties. Tour sponsors did not neglect mentioning agriculture as one )f lhe major and steady con- tributors lo the county's econ omy. _ 3 Slops Made BALTIMORE- (AP) Em- Though only three stops battled athlest Madalyn Murray were made on Ihe (our, it and her family gave a bluer traveled through a cross_ sec-'JasV look at ihe home where jion of the area's agriculture, they've lived nearly a dozen including row crop, ncu and vears and left Imim livestock production. ffi Hesiills of the last rain, which Taking their dog and cal and have been valued at more than only the belongings Ihoy could a million dollars In prospective cram Inlo one sullcaso nplcco produc ion increases, were also they boarded a plane In Wash' nnmlnn nut Ihrnnnhnut thn ,__: l pointed out throughout morning. Ington. "We are fleeing for our wo are nceing lor our The tour stopped first at a explained the woman whose suit 15-varlety milo test planted by brought a U.S. Supreme Court Charles Schoener Jr. just south ban last year on compulsory of Guadsiupe. Now m ripening sehool praver. J stages, the differences of the 15 corny but il's true. We are all varieties were explained by arrnM nc ,vn explained by County Agent D. B. McCombs and seed company representa- tives. McCombs, who is chair- as afraid as we can be." With Mrs. Murray, 44, were here mother, Bonna Mays; her brother, John D. Mays, Jr. man of the Chamber of Com- and 18, and agricultural-data com- Bill's bride, the former Susan miltee, said final results of the test plot would be made avail- Abramovitz, 17. Except for her brother and able after harvest younger all ot Mrs Mur. piemen-t i, ,h A.ve.ra3e ray's family are out of jail on bond. Most of the charges ures compiled by the agri-data againsl Ihem assaulting u each Police officers-resulted from a When the rocket burs loo low lour member. The fixed cost melee at their home Saturday it set off hundreds of fireworks per acre for producing feed morning. Buxom graying. devlces which blew up in sue-gram was given as Added blonde Mrs. Murray pointing lo cession, lighting up the area to a variable cost figure of bruised arms and swollen a total cost of an wrists, accused the police acre was estimated as an aver- beating her up as, she said, (Sec TOUR, Page 8) crowd of at least 250 people cheered and shouted 'kill 'hit her harder.' You'd have though it was an Orioles' base bail ame." After this latest episode In Mrs. Murray's turbulent life, she decided there wore only two things she could do. "We could go to a stale where we couldn't be extradited and continue the fight for separation DALLAS Connccti- lo take away the rights ol the c( ctlurcl1 and slalc- Of we could cut delegation lo the National people out ot lne country as exiles. He said manv basic American bv exclaimed U.S. JAYCEES Connecticut Delegation Walks Out on Wallace Junior Chamber of Commerce Convention walked out Tuesday He said many basic American freedoms have been eroded el on Alabama Gov. George Wai-ther by the federal courts or lace because of his segregation- the pending civil rights bill ovt on nome Mfl- ist views. which he called "the federal., the governor Wallace was the keynote penal code." Hawaii for religious asylum. speaker for the convention. Wallace said federal court rul- wl" ask not extradited Robert Joyce of West Haven, ings.have taken from the to Baltimore, where Conn., publicity director for the pic the right to allocate seats in Connecticut group, said the op- state legislatures, to be tried by ccnl Buddn's', and position to Wallace was not so jury and lo control local schools are absolute atheists much that he was speaking as "The barriers created to hold 'n elnics lo his selection as keynote (lack Ihe onrush of government- as I do." speaker. _ al tyranny have been breached "The function of the keynote incumbent contrary to the United States 'The Connecticut delegation Drnwnitiff feels that Gov. Wallace is not a people are being inundated hy J-TOWlaing Ueattl representative speaker for this a veritable flood of Judicial de lhe delegation said in crees and federal legislation, a formal statement, the governor said. He claimed western civlliza speaker Is to set the tone of the found "in 'tha Continental Inn convention, the statement add- "I look wilh revulsion on men swimming pool is expected to be ed, noting that the governor Is whs use their government lode- returned Wednesday by Justice a racial segregation- stroy individual freedom and lo of the Peace Alfred C. Baass, encourage the misguided of its Baass said .Tuesday that he The statement said the dele- citizens to engage in street war- plans to confer with Dr. Paul gstion "feels that Gov. Wai- (are against lhe common good." Ob er t, county pathologist lace's and opinions are Wallace held a brief airport Wednesday before returning mutate iiciu-K uriei Hirpon weonesaay Deiore reluming a -------------press conference when he ar-verdict la the death of Clyde A. Constitution and the Jaycee rived. Marshall, i_ u In the Marshall's fully-dressed body About 75 are fa the SouUi were "getting tired of be- was found floating face down CUt delegation. kicked around ffran In TVinl RiinHau K'n oww wcic; gpiuac urea gc DC- wiiu louna iKHUing 
                            

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