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   Advocate (Newspaper) - July 5, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 59 TELEPHONE HI 5-H51 LBJ Works, Relaxes, Has Guest Gov. Connally Joins Visitors JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (API- President Johnson worked a bit, relaxed a bit and had a Texas Vip out to the LBJ ranch on Saturday for the July holi- day. The guests al Ihe Johnson place on the Pedernales River where Gov. and Mrs. John B. Connally of Texas and the gov- ernor's brother, Merrill Con- nally of Florcsville, Tex., and his wife. In the business department, the President got in some paper and telephone work, with re- sulting announcements bv White House press secretary "George Reedy Dial: Ihe lime lhc House goes back to work in Washington oni July 20, a presidential request' will be ready for an appropria- tion for carrying out the new civil rights law. The necessary papers have been signed and Gen. Earte G Wheeler will be sworn in asi chairman of the Joint Chiefs of! Slaff in Washington on Monday. I Wheeler steps into the top mil- itary posl in place of Gen, Max- well D. Taylor. Ihe man John-! son tapped as Ihe new U.S. IT) ambassador to South Viet Nam.' Would Johnson attend the Wheeler swearing-in ceremony? Reedy didn't know. This left il uncertain when Ihe President would return lo Washington. The customary flood of con- gratulatory Independence Day messages rolled into the Texas While House, some from Iron Curtain countries. Reedv count- ed 72. And the customary lour of the ranch came off. Johnson VICTORIA, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY ESTABLISHED 1848 44 Pages Viet Cong Troops Rout Training Unit Trio Beaten At Wallace Vole Rally Rights Group 'Came lo Hear' ATLANTA, ttn. Negro members of a civil rights group were mobbed and bealen when they walked into a stales lights rally where Gov. George C. Wallace of Alabama brought his unpledged elector campaign Saturday. Walking directly into the mid- dle of a large grandstand with of tile more than persons present, (lie Negroes were immediately pummelled and beaten lo the cement steps with fold-up metal chairs and lists. ....i....t IK...-.I u. uiu.wun me united Slates lo fiuth- not ht.liiml iim While Girl world Saturday but warfare, "freedom lo which onr two1 i i t B A white girl accompanying cial strife and militant demon-peoples arc dedicated" Ir V (he Negro men, all members of stations lent a note of lm lmlr' the Student Nonviolent Coord i- in some areas. Racial Strife, Warfare !U.S.-Led Mar Independence Riles Macapagal promised cinl dav at the LIU Hanch in thai Philippines will seeki.lohiisoii Cilv Tex. with Cov. ny im ASSOI'I.U rut ss Americans celebrated Inde- pendence Day will) traditional: strengthening of its partnership John tiM connallv of Texas fanfare in most parts of ilie United States lo furth-' world Saturday but warfare. "freedom lo which our two 'Independence' Celebration n the United States, parados, of the ranch anil a look at some! SAIGON. South Viet Nam KAP) Communist guerrillas, picnics and speei-limaking were of his cattle. HEIIINB THE Hcavoy, right, didn't quite seem to understand about the now bathing suits, but she and sister Sheila, left, made j'ood old college try at beini; pace setters on OIL- bench outside their 'hometown of Oakland, N.J. They are twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John Ileavey. (AP Photo) nating Committee, said she es- Many world leaders sent eon-1 ,ml" ol Mis cattle. Communist guerrillas, cajied a beating when a while firatubilory messaj'i's !o }'rpsi-: At Hartford, Conn., a mount-Hinder cover of heavy mortar man shielded her with his body, dent Johnson on the occasion of r''sllll'i" ed intiilinan delivered a copy machine KIIII fire, overrun She said he received several the nation's Ulllth anniversary. Declaration of Independence a training camp for Viet- Dcdiru Data Prepared For GBRA Plea blows before police reached "Receive onr congratulations diem, and kind wishes for the Amer- Several while people and yourself per-' caught one of the Negro men Soviet Premier' the stands and hurled him said in a cable. the concrete steps, raining blow; South Korean President Chung after blow on him, while other'Hec Park wired that the "great' white persons chased the other American heritage of freedom i Itivo Negro men to a wire fence anil democracy is an inspiring! al the front of the stands. example to all freedom-loving i Chairs Hurled countries Ihrouglieul Ihe world." j There, they caught one and From Manila, President 'ran the other into a corner, I.................. {hurling the metal chairs and 01.NICY. 111. or Kr.mrlli Merger finished his ih'iliriiliun sperch lor ;i new lighted fountain ;il the OliH'y City I'ark Saturday and foil in t li c fountain. jlo the Hartford Courant just asiinunese in the central highlands :'it happened INN years ago. in an attack .'tpparent- Colouial music rang out nmlj'y timed for Independence Day. muskets fired. j Forty-five government troops Hut in .Jackson, Mich., the killed. others and 2 [servance was marred by a one-j Americans were wounded. hour riot of 12S Negroes against Seven U.S. Sjiecial Forces 71 police officers in the second '''d Ihe survivors to safety Umlbi'eak of racial violence in through the jungles, the last month. linn.ing And in Viet NTam. Comimmisl U.S. advisers said tile Heds (See HITF.S. Page MA) fusing them as clubs. I Police pushed (heir way I through lo the Negroes and took them out in a paddy wagon. Of- jficers and highway patrolmen had difficulty reaching them be- :cause of an eight-foot fence on Hy HOY GltlMKS Some of Ibis supporting evi-ione side and the press of lhc Advucjitc Slaff H'rilcr idcnce already has been on (he other. Three offi- A solid lineup of intcrestedlwal'ded lo Chairman Joe D.lccrs suffered slight injuries. took the wheel nf aiul of the TWC, and otheri The Negroes, Iwo ot them i Wnin i subdivisions in the lower recommendations are MooA streaming from head uncoil ujnmcnla IKrt.iupe Valley was being completed he in his were taken to a hospital beside him and the :Sauirday to support the applica-iTuesclay. 'i where a spokesman said they lion of the Guadalupe-Blanco! Among those which havclwcrc not injured seriously. Road Death Panamanian Riot Tola! Short-.- IS Connally governor's brother in back, and sel out. The President drove niv'c'' 0' ladalupe-Blancoj Drowning Total for construction walcr barriw in "'C support on record) Victoria Chamber of Trio Identified The SNCC identified llicm as The highday death rate held jswarmcd into the camp al Polei Krong, about 250 miles north of jSaigon, near Kontiun, miming land looting. They carried off a number uf weapons, "We hail plenty of word that the Viet Cong would try some- thing lo commemorate July a U.S. adviser said, "They ap- parently decided on Polei i The attack started al I a.m., two ot the (our companies al Ihe camp left on patrol with shots into Ihe air and tossing, A Naljonal fjvr Americans. 17 gas urenmles, [fi--u v Unrt-.r broke up an attempted student womulc.1, but a; Mca .'''j'1 march on Shaler in thelcouple of demonstrators tn'e 1 U.S.-controlled Canal X.one. jfered minor injuries In a brietjsiarl. Then Ilie Viel'cong'troops No Americans were involved.jscuffle and list fight bclweonjadvanced across barbed wire Fifteen demonstrators were'guardsmen and demonstrators.jclltanglemenK under cover of Viet ler ANAMA of lw ;lNntional Uiardsmcn, firinBioiislrations. guests by the family graveyard! Viet Cong. There they hid until Asked whether he could Day irm now that his boss went a small break- beating Friday, Reedy grinned, j weary men fought firm now lint hi, wcathsr provided water barrier proposed for the tirm now that his bosi_ went a small break Saturday as 800 Guadalupc Kivcr bv rosidonte Ramon Track. The piclurc showed Johnson. blaze of the summer. and 15 or 1G other people on a t The U S 'another rciiwal for fimils in al (Jin no that (ho imociistody but free- hc incidents. ____ the Guada- During (lie melee, officers ijr n-jlupe-Blanco River Authority. II'templed to take one white economy of the area would be as the crowd chanted, "Let (o ,hpir pa. bolstered by construclion of sudrnim 8" tience and tempers under con- the mouth of; voi- tr In Iho zone, American civilian, resident., held tra-1 Woman Injured In Auto Collision ditional Fourth of .July cclehra- Baibara doling of Route 1 but there's no guess at when! ''In conjunction with protection was admitted to DeJYir Hospitalithe raging western flank will of the water supply we feel that early Saturday morning with a ibe corraled. i (See DATA PT-C m> back injury suffered in a two- Temperatures were down vehicle col ision al the interscc- the 85 lo BO degree range com-' lion of North and Liberty1 pared with the 100 and DP [temperatures in which Police said (he driver of the fighters toiled Thursdi; other vehicle left (he scene fo lowing the collision. Mrs. Youn. was listed as a passenger in ear being driven by J o h n n Young, her husband. Iti.ssians won'l smokt; pijic of pi-acr. II inigl.t stt.nl lltcir grfnvfli. war lot] for was in Ui'i' kilted. IJjrcr-.lay Fourth will be consideration nf a resolu- tion supporting plans for a Die Viol Cong left al daivn. Polei Krong camp was estab- lished a year ago as a training base (or local tribesmen. It is near the Laotian border and one of a score guarding border areas. In tho south, meanwhile, about Vietnamese troop.i marched with (heir American advisers In observance of U.S. independence Day Tha parado was held at My Tho, in the Me- kong Hiver delta. C.en. Nguyen Khnnh, Humidity was up slightly-t. look the injured woman to the hospital after Die collision that occurred shortly after 1 a.m. water barrier on the Guadalupe River near Tivoli, as proposed by the Guadalupc-Blanco River Authority. The resolution will hc forwarded lo the Texas Waler (.'oinnijssinn. Oilier items include request for transfer of franchise of a taxicat) company from John James to John Williams, second reading ol an ordinance rcquir- BONN, Germany that was not acceptable lo Dunn's other allies that this' "lfi registration of bicycles, Charles  near Houston, (frowned Friday change through Monday home6 at hls Saturday temperatures: High Roy Lee Johnson, IB, drowned Pre'c-ipi'ta'fior, Saturday: Friday while jwiniining in a Trilciv so filr M slock tank on Kim Creek near inches Waxahachic. Kills County. T j e s (Port [.avaca Port Hober o Cantu Garcia was O'Connor Lows at 7- II struck down in Houston Friday fun aml 6.55 pm a[ jby a car as he crossed the ima a.m. Sunday and 2-57 !streel. Joe ,M. ch.-irgcd with murder auto- Haromelric pressure at sea mobile. -level: MM. In Dayton. Tex., an elderly Sunset Sunday: Sunrise [peueslrian, Walter dead on arrival at a hospi- iniDrmmicm ii.iseii on d.n.i (al Friday night after being s- nvucau thy a car. He was 71 nnd police] 10   

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