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Advocate (Newspaper) - July 1, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 55 FBI Probe Of Injury Continuing o Police Chief Remains Quiol VICTORIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1964 Established Rights Bill Clears Last 20 Cents lly .IAMF.S SIMONS Advocate Staff Writer FIJI agents Tuesday were in least their second day of in- vestigation of an altercation at! police headquarters last week! Ibal resulted in the lion of lli-year-old David A. Wai- kins of 3005 E. Kio Grande St. Reports from other reliable sources that two federal agents were in the city were confirmed by the youth's father, .lames A. Waikins, service manager of a local car dealership. Walkms said the agents talked to his .son .Monday night at Citizens Memorial Hospital. Police Chief John Guseman, who asked for the FBI probe, would not confirm or deny that] (lie officers were here. He said} lie was not in the position make any comment about the! investigation and answered all of a reporter's queries by say- ing. "You'll have to talk "to the! FIJI." i Relieved of Duly j Ciiiscman has relieved City! Patrolman Can- Taylor of bis duties pending completion of the investigation. The fracas or-' currcd in the squad room at police headquarters after the! youth was arrested in Ihe block of East Brazos Street Tuesday night. The youth wasj later named in charges of! malicious mischief, drunk and disturbing the peace. Police said Watkins was hack- ficerCwabsy kneed''if'lr' The valuation on rural property within the bmm- area Victoria Independent Schon! District has' tents o" billfold. Taylor said he acted in self-defense. Big naiTier Vole by House Due Thursday WASHINGTON (AP) The I .weeping civil rights bill of :leared its last real barrier in Congress Tuesday night. O CO UNTY All that remains before send-'-------------------------------- ing Ihe hill to President John- son s desk is for the House as a whole to approve the Senate amendments to the measure, this is expected Thursday under a procedure that limits'debate to one hour. I hat same procedure drew sharp cries of "railroading" ami "rape of the constitutional and legislative process" from South- ern opponents during a daylong bearing before Ihe House Rules Bloomington Man Killed by Lightning ATTORNEY Board Submits Samples Of Objectionable Books Bolt Hits Fai In Field lly IIKMtY W01.FK .III. Ailvniiilc Staff Writer Several paperback novels sug- lle agreed with Ihe board's appearing in greater recommendation that a before and have been pur- CIT A KG ED WITH DESERTION U.S. Army Capt. Alfred E. Svcnson, .'il, above of Scraiitoii, Pa., leaves a session of his general court martial which opened Monday in Frankfurt, Germany. He is charged with desertion and larceny. Svenson crossed into East Germany in a jeep and was returned last May 7. If convicted, he faces a maximum of years in jail (AP VISD Estimates Valuation Boost Committee, which sent the bill gcsled as evidence in to the floor by a 10-5 vole. .Mo-Ton Candidate Testifying as a witness, Rep. D. Waggoner, D-Ala., said Democratic party hoped me-too (Republican) can- injunction be .sought covering (hose books submitted ill the posed attempt to secure an in- hearing, and in addition, others junction against distribution similar content or type. The chased by all age groups. Son on Tractor Noarby Unhurt such malclial in Victoria were general type as those] hooks presentee 'the Democratic party a rnoeiinc Tuesday even hie of the "bedsute readers." so the line never would! UfUll (I Ot Headers. Ihe board tlial he believes the! would he considered by lightning Tuesday afternoon be drawn." it appears that it won't a mc-too candidate, and the I ;iine is going to be sharply Kilgore assured the panel lie would work with City Ally. drawn. It is going lo he issue whether you want i not." Waggoner added. McLachlan in the of an application for an 'injunction. lie said it might "I believe it is going to be weeks to prepare political burden to my parly but that once I il is filed, lie presumes it would mentioned bofnl'e lhc Barrv cf a hearing i" District Court. By PAT WiT'lT: Advocate Staff Writer I Waggoner names, but water of Arizona, leading con- tender for (he GOP presidential nomination, voted against the bill in the Senate. Aclioa Called Fo, Hep. limanucl Ccllcr, voiced concern over at a Kacy ,he The County Allorney advised j 'hut'lh'at L doSuh i.n.....i ,1.... i._ i
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