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   Advocate (Newspaper) - July 3, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 57 TELEPHONE HI 5-HS1 GOP Chiefs Rap LBJ On Reds Lodge Also Under Allack WASHINGTON (AP) _ Top Republican congressional ers made clear Thursday that! they will rely heavily in the! coming presidential campaign I on charges that President John- son is soft on special emphasis placed on Viet Nam, But Johnson was only one target in the weekly joint news conference by Sen. Kverett M. Dirkscn of Illinois and Hep. Charles A. llallcck of the oilier was follow Republican! Henry Cabot Lodge, The Senate and House minor- ity leaders both struck in- directly at Lodge through their altnek on administration polies in South Viet Nam. Lodge served as ambassador and chief' on-the-sconc administrator of, that policy under Presidents! John F. Kennedy and Johnson. and Lodge insists the United; Slates is on the right track i there. He says Viet Nam should] not be a campaign issue. Home To Help Srranion Lodge came home this week to help Gov. William W. Scran- ton of Pennsylvania in his ef- fort to wrest the COP presiden- tial nomination from Sen. Barry Goldwalcr of Arizona, Dirksen's choice. In a question-and-answer period after reading of the two statements, Dirksen voiced the harshest on-the-record criticism yet made by a top Republican leader of Lodge's 1KM role when VICTORIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1964 Established 1810 14 Cents LBJ Signs Rights Bill, Sees Period of Testin Southern I Reaction Is Varied Compliance i lo DHiaiH' NIIUTA ON TOUR Nikila Khrushchev finds something heartily funny during visit lo a fish market in Bergen, Norway, on the final log of his current Scandinavian lour. Al left is Mrs. Khrush- chev while Norwegian Premier Einar Gerhardsen is shown at riyhl, (AP Photo) ATLANTA, Ga. sage of Ihe civil r Coi re Ifr right DESPITE NEW LAW Garrison Predicts Years Of Texas Racial Unrest AUSTIN (AP) Homer Gar-! Garrison lold budget him he liad lo have' risou Jr., director of Ihe Texas'crs (ho assassination of Presi-security, and lie Department of Public .Safety, Kennedy and the sueces- Garrison said snoaks away i Johnson lo lls sometimes, hut we ill- have increased (AP) Pas- lllc. slatn 'sion of l.vndon H. rigbls bill hy several years of racial hav, Tells Plan To Enforce Provisions Picks (lolliiis As Dircclor School Valuation 1anel Ends Work liy PAT W1TTE Advocate Staff Writer Directors of the Georgia Res- itaurant Association urged mem- jbers lo abide by (lie Civil Rights jAct. The association vigorously opposed the bill but said with its passage "wo have no alter- native but to comply." Compliance Urged The Fulton (Atlanta) County Uatlll "When he left the hospital wojyear period. Watkins' Father Prominent York town Posts Bond he w-is the School District's BoardIgrand jury urged compliance1 lentia nomii ce Dirkscn S" went out of busincs for Ihe new laws "in fact andj ii i er year Thursday, ending four days of lax hearings on spirit, for where law ends1 A bond was posted Thurs-japarlmenl in the block of isanKcrs Hours muci1 quieter note than the opening stormy session'lyrannS' al file sheriff's office Brazos Slrcct lasl Tucs- If he hauVt kepi banker's Monday. number of All.inla "'c malicious mischief chargc.'day night. 7 _., i, .uoi ti mo'els and restaurants last week against David! The youth has also been ,nowoxer' llldlulCltarily dropped racial bars even1 Watkins, 18, of 3005 E. Rio 'named in charges of drunk and board would re-convene if any before passage of the individual or group felt t h e rights bill became certain. Man Dies icting Problems Foreseen school valuations But "And you can make that just as emphatic as you want and put it down in capital letters." Although he didn't use Lodge's name, Dirksen made clear lie was talking about Lodge's campaigning, which other GOP critics have said was lacking in drive and vigor. Dirksen, who is lo nominate Goldwnter, appeared nettled by Lodge's laughing reference of Connallv Wednesday to the fact that tonnau> Dirksen in 1952 nominated Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio only see the nomination go to Gen. Dwjght p. Eisenhower who was- connaflv was the hacked by Lodge. spcnkcp at ,hc tirstc ieral Centered On Viet Nam :Scmbly of the Texas Bar Asso- Hallock's statement centered.ciafion's 82ml annual on South Viet Nam and the'tion. Some lingering war against the four day increase of over last mst guerrillas and charged Ihallwluch runs through Saturday. !year's. confusion and: "The shadow darkened as passage of the civiljGrundc SI. 'disturbing the peace Hint were Sheriff M. W. Marshall said filed in Corporation Court. need of discussing any issue. In South Carolina, most hotel, the bond arrangements were! He was later involved in an The board has been and restaurant by Ihe boy's with Cily Patrolman jing complaints of rural prop- who would comment, indicated James A. Watkins. He said Taylor at police headcniar- jerty-owners in the jtricl whose land ibavo been increased as much quoted, said he had no inletilion 'as 450 per cent, and ranging !of serving Negroes. would abide by the law. one who declined to be IIOUSTON said Thursday gressional and legislative (riding will "east a long shad-intimated over proceedings of next legislature. (revised when Tax Assessor-Col- :generally from 30 lo 50 per cent. John! To Iic Ileviscl1 con-! Tl'e increases in valuation rural property total million, thel'hal figure is expected lo .lmfs [revised whnn Tav AQcnccnr.rni-'liced. youth was nol required lo ap- lers and pear at the sheriff's office. subsequently bos-! Coneilialory Words Johnson delivered a con- ciliatory statement to the na- tion, by radio anil television, and to more than 200 law- makers, civil rights leaders and government officials on the spol who helped bring (he .sweeping legislation to enactment "We have come now lo a kind of Johnson said slowly ;and solemnly. must not fail. close the springs Let us pray for prominent wise and understanding hearts. Yorklown llusinessman, died in Let us lay aside irrelevant dif- a Yorklown hospital following fcrences and make our nation an extended illness at whole, p.m. Wednesday. Hasten This Day The body will lie in state al; "Let us hasten that day when Lamprecht Kuneral home unbounded spirit will ho p.m. Friday, when il will be h'oe to do YORKTOWN _ Joe R, 55, since ,w .lnd DclVitl County ,us Little Business Hugh Smith, manager of the! "that it won't be no- principal jlcclor Kied neral as- compiling thi Sandhop finishes! Another South Carolina hotel this year's (ax rolls ;manager who declined use of 'his name lels, molels and restaurants to for com- pliance "but when (he tests have died down, things won't be much different from (he way they _. The increases will help finance nam? 'ie ho- inual conven-ithe recently-approved rcst attorneys are budget for the' school P pitaliml with a fraclural skull f-m- Friday, when il will be "'ce 10 do the great works The charge is based on a a broken jaw, multiple cuts and' l'lkcr> XI. Paul's Lutheran ordained for this nation by Ihn complaint signed by Police Of-'bruises and the loss of services at p.m. and wise God who is the ficer Jake Pina who alleges that teelh and tlic chipping of leu Rev. C. Probsl v.ill of all." damage was inflicted by (hemore. He was released from! hunfil will be in: 'hen digiiilaru-s clustered Weslside Ccmelery. around him, caeh to claim one County Judge George Trowell llle 72 wilh wl'ieh ho said the county has 'lost a fine 'lll! signature to the bill public servant." Speaking of Ihe with work on commissioners court, Trowell said Gras was nauw vote which ended i qualified and capable in many aml congressional [ways. 'jdebale. always bad the interest! it will Commissioner Dave cans' are "um'-a'hidiiig" Aiivm-iiic strvki- Fdchs said about of Villu >K the senior js CUERO The Cuero estimated balance in the courl, said (Iras bail done! provisions of (he bill Wade Hampton Hotel 'in of iwo rocks' "llc hospital Monday night. ln S.C., said he believed a car aild lhe "tiu'r Iinlsll1 Tllc l.'olicc rc- be so little business (hrough a screen door and suited in Taylor being relieved hotels From Negro al Ills duplex Cage Cuero School District Expects Balance ibe given "because most Ihree major items in the budg-jh. ling a den- siou uiilil after the presldenlial we go on drib- bling away both American lives "under th and American prestige in a "no- heaviest eluded !made latest'ruling our four a Monday when first, re-ilauranls, hotels and motels vol-'j, llor'crs "crc ''enied access integrated a year ago.I Itcporlers Jlarrnl The lax bearings opened Law rtcsnrrl Most Sparlanburg, K.C., win war." Harris, Dallas, Bcxar, and meetings, and then, later in j In New Orleans, where the Dirksen's stalemcnl was more rep- "le ('ayi a group of about Kooscvell has held out I broadly based and added up to rosentiiiion from four to eleven, taxpayers demanded that the against (he integration move- a general charge thai the Dem- of the 31 seats. These four conn- review all cases in pub-lmcnt among downtown hotels, ocratie iidmijiislration is soft on lies would actually have one- Iic The board complied, and 'Seymour Weiss, president of the! communism and that "cocxis- third of the total membership Monday reporters have Roosevelt Hotel Corp., said, "I (.See CHUCKS. Page. S) the legislature." Sen. Ralph Yarbnrough, D-Tex., addressed Ihe Texas As- sMciiition of Plaintiffs' attorneys and advocated federal compen- sation for victims of crimes of violence. lie said payments lo such vic- tims "would bo governmental A r n 111 d Mclclur, Lahmerl responsibility rather than char- (Scc PANEL, Page 8) (See 11EACTION, Page 8) IMiuidrick and the Itev. .1, M. ity." Schedlcr giving each other a Yarhoroiigb Talk friendly hard time over the Eng- Yarborough said the comnen- tai- lish language Cliff Laywell sation plan for victims of crime! xwel Dr Taylor' Gen. Taylor Takes Office As Viet Nam in Oklahoma in the University of oiiston last school year doing !advanced work. CAP) Gen.land never had been Uiere with- Pentagon [e.i'lers, military and' Kirkman was authorized a "a sense of outrage at see-civilian, a Cller" and Sam Dement of Edna in has support in this country veteran, re- ing what the Communisl sub-.ies for Taylor. Also on hand; SCHOOL, Page X) town early Wesley Vivion said its chief proponent is Jus-i'ircfl for are doing to this little were frieml.v and his wife Lyd-; financial report nl p.m. term which ends next Dec. III. di'iionm-rd Ihn ninaMiK! as ;in by business mimiigrri boaid approved euiiiloy- f'lils invasion of slates John- Fuchs al the school metit of one teacher and antli- llli's lllrlnrlcfi to .son lold I ho nnmljy: 'It meeting Thursday tjupi (ipnvin Kirknvin 'Iom crilltt com- [novide.s for lhe naiiunal anlhor- lo employ Ihrce other leachr'rs -Vl'nl's "f 'ty to step In only when others ul   lor of science degree From Texas in 19.VJ and a master of science degree from the same college in 19IJO. Her last leaching assignment was at Northwestern Slate Col- Today's Chuckle A (an usually ti'll wind kind at it time fu> is al :i (liirty hy lhe Inok on his wiFe's HIGHWAY PATROL Holiday Safety Drive Undertaken Over Area showing signs of already having lice Arthur Goldberg, done a days work early .1 The state bar's annual jour- Vincent Uippamoiili Jr.. keep-nalism award for constructive ing cool with a burr haircut contributions to lhe administra- Ross Doolcy of Goliad: (Sw PHOKLEMS, Page 8) rounding up loose ends and ing about a vacation in Ken- tucky having Mrs. F.cl Sfhusterdl a rough time, trying to friends offering her a ride Mrs. Charles Copley in the mood lo celebrate her birthday today Kdimind Nilscliiimn of Nursery lalking ahoul the good ole days when the friends and .'Night's neighbors came from miles'cast of SI Fourth Showino- cT1 WASHINGTON CAP) Gen.-and never had been tore with- Pentagon leaders, military a co. and will nnt participale ordinated attack on traffic ac- in the safely campaign, cidcnts during lhe July 4 holl- The Department of Public time in his brilliant military ca-counlrv." 'iaV his son and daughter-in-law. WK ATI (F into effect Safety has eslimaH-d (bat rcer to go in mufli to perhaps! The'general said of his and Mrs. .lack Taylor of Mlj I INMx at a.m. Friday with area persons will he killed in trafnc his toughest batllefronl, South'assignment: "I look forward to McLean, Va.; his mother, Mrs. Viet Nam. ,this as a privilege, Mr. Prcsi-John Taylor of Arlington, Va.; The paratrooper general was denl, and I lhank you for it." 'and his grandchildren, Alice 0, sworn in as ambassador, wear-i Cabinet members and jing a civilian suit, at the Whitoi-----..........-------- IHouse shorlly afler he was re- uikcspcarc array of ribbons-as TAKK MI- WITH YOU! of the Joinl Chiefs of Staff al ouldoor Pentagon ceremony. Victoria Shakespeare Festival President Johnson watched the oath in Ihe highway patrolmen and addi- accidents across tin1 state dur- Partly cloudy and continued lional slate officers combining ing the weekend, hot Friday and .Saturday with efforts in an attempt lo reduce The DPS is being assisted by ton and K-ilfi'crine 5 "widely scattered afternoon (him- the number of crashes. Ihe Texas Council of Safety At lhe Pentagon, Secretary of 'dwslwwcrs. Winds v a r i a h 1 c; Highway Patrol Sgl. G. J. .Sup'-m.snr.s Ihe Texas Defense Robert S. McNamara mostly Southerly during day-May) Matlhews said the IransporCition Assoeia- Fridaj at B p.m. with the fourth; white House rose garden, performance of A him Godspeed as succes- Nights Dream, featuring aisor lo Henry Cabot Lodge and cast of professionals, the nation's gratitude talent from the state's lhe example of unselfish Carlelon VVhilwnrth of Corpusining show, Chrisli and Philip Gilbert hav- romances' ing coffee Icrl offering a cheerful ing. Virginia Ford lo town to join iielsy for a cup of coffee there will be on Salurday Or. tdirard Sunday evenings at 8, with ad- 73 CM9 years of age and per- Haying "we are fortunate thai and one great American follows an- so- olher great lhe up! President sketched in brief Tay- Mrs.j Tickets are available at sev- Sternc out to do her en box offices in (he in spile of (he heat lage Music Shop, Vil- lo Taylor's more than -UJ llme at 8 to m m-P h decora t ions a third oak loaf gulling in cluster lo his Distinguished showers. Service loitrlh near award. !n'Kh 98-100. McNamara spoke of Taylor as Central Texas: Partly "one of the major architects" cloudy and hot Friday through Of cxcepl day weekend safely campaign lion with "Holiday Road Pa- vicinity'of thunder- win continuethrough :i of Expected F r i d a y: Sunday during which tjmc ears. Hi'.' will be eleven regular members of the Io, sirauded motor- palrol will he assisted '-sls liell' highway Safely services. tor's assignment: "Our first purpose, our con- You can lake _____ D.. slant purpose, in everything we Menace on your vacation. Phone where the security of lhe United seek today, is honorable 5-1451 and arrange for Stales and (he free world are al K- Dennis ii !in reshaping U.S. defense poli-l Saturday wilh widely scattered gjT'icies. i mostly afternoon and evening And Taylor, who drew the llmmlershowcrs. High Friday blueprint for saving Qt-lO-1. South Viol Nam from Ihe Com-1 Thursday temperatures.- High munisls for lhe past Ihrce H8, low 7'J. years, urged his comrades lo Pcrcipilalion Thursday M support him in trying lo For lhe year, lhe cmhatllecl Asian nalion gain Tides (Port Lavaca-Port victory. iO'Connor High at County and Lorancc to fjro department issue "I a'sk your continued and low at p.m. and Counly. There wUl be injf Thursday lhat a 'nr more enforc ment work. The state highway Malthews said extra he p will come from License find Weight Paltolmen Jack Robertson and liilly Mitchell and Molor Ve- hicle Inspection Patrolman Hal Lorance. the area lo which I ssig i and Mary Belli Kilgorc. flying to Houston to spend the July 4 weekend. Odorless "We stand with Ibosc who The Victoria Advocate i_r ___ deparl- u continuing 1 education pro- gram instructing drivers on freesu.y driving and (be need caution near consduction areas. Robertson will be assigned lo Qn ihe other hand, Fire Mar- Jackson Counly, Mitchell to shal George Sirmon and lhe issued a warn- cily ord- a.m.' regularly assigned officers jnanci! forhicls lhe sale, posses- urday with a low al Victoria Counly, two each in sion or use of fireworks in lhe Barometric pressure at s e a stand in defen.se of their free- level: Tree and Victoria pharmacies, and Lone Tree Drive-In and Up town theaters. dom and independence." Taylor replied lhal he had been to Viet Nam many limes t iiu vicioijti to mailed lo your ittmc, layitii ,iuiu. ad- His mililary rctiremenl Sunset Friday dress, Or, ask for your copies 'lay was in patrolmen, Rodney lo be saved and delivered to lhat and Bill Kendall, you here when you tf s. attending l.avaca, Jackson and Calhoun eity limits (luring any time of Counties and one in DcWitt jde year. Sirmon pointed out thai lhe citj ordinance calls for a fine (if nol less lhan or more than J200 on convictions   

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