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   Advocate (Newspaper) - July 22, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                r i E 119th 76 TELEPHONE HI I-1U1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1964 ESTABLISHED IMt Cuba Exiles, Police Clash At Capital OAS Sanctions Being Debated WASHINGTON   joverly." "Whatever i they eems designe ingle objective rates. 'it calls for iroach wilh pr alhcr than ii His attack." The many-sk ablish a job he cost of Peace Corps. "more than a Johnson's vcrly. it "an attempt rewards from )ple's nalur; jvo lhe lot t nate citizens." Senate I policy meeting. Cuero Hospital Panel Approves Area Limits By BEN PRAUSE Advocate Staff Writer CUERO The Cuero ar lospital steering committee aroved the boundary for a pro- posed hospital district Tuesday night. In olher action, lhe study group's executive committee was authorized to tentatively en- gage a fiscal agcnl lo work on lhe projecl. The proposed district takes in all of the area thai is included in lhe Cuero, Meyersville and Westhoff school districts that lie within DeWitt Counly. Also included arc the sec- lions of the Concrete, Slralton, Five Mile and Meyersville vol- ing precincts that do not lay within lhe boundaries of the school districts, and also the Bear Creek voling prccincl. None of the Bear Creek pre- cinct is included within boun- daries of the school districts. The fiscal agent to be en gaged is Dittmar and Co., which has offices In San An- tonio and Cuero. Clifton Weber, commit- tee chairman, said the com- pany will receivf no fee if a bond election lhal is proposed lect another fiscal Weber saic did handle re approved EC would be II was pointed out lha com millee would recommend lhal the hospital board employ the NEW YORK (AP) company if its work Is satis- York's two Republican senators lcaders "nd guests. factory. said Tuesday Ihev could not at Atlult lcadcrs lne her experiences in the stale con- The study committee will seek i is time sunwrl Sen Bairv rural organization includ- test and those that followed dur- -rj Hairy i nt> lhr> Na nnn 4.11 Probe Ian Riots in im t er ripped on's esday as a rly conslrueted-ned to secure an Reject joined by Sen. R-Tex., in filing rt on lhe proved recently ibor U.S. Ship Soviel of the been within legal i is to be rejected Tuesday a U.S. Izvestia snid. "He was protested wlial it eallet Wednesday lhal shells were fired stamping his feet and behavior. e firsl lest the bow of tho American his said Ferlig had lucnce with ship Sister Katingo. 44, of Wading River, lo foreign journnlisl his contend only signal told newsmen in reality, It was sir Is were used. Egypt, later that two cul- much more report, also accused the ship's chased his ship 24 said. "Ordinary signal e chairman Capl. Arthur H. Fertig, international Black Sea nol shells, shot dou -Mich., in a "crude and unpar- after he left of lhe prostimi milmenl by way" to three stevedore without getting harbor captain." e nation to and demonstrating whal Russian newspapei lo the lermed his incident look place, was warned not to :ion and in front of Russian sail- said, when he refused to without going throu he deemed an international form er and reaction to the U.S. for unloading the snid he replied; "I'm sure a was reported in lhc gov- Ions of American anchor and if lhc c ms treating newspaper Izvestia. the Soviet fire then in five n the causes Soviet Foreign said the patrol whole world will kno informed lhe No. 2 man armed with twin ships are attack s professed U.S. Embassy, Walter and fired across ship and I'll c declared, Jr., that Fertig was wilh one shot Nnvy." to achieve to rc-enler a Soviet Hie bridge. Then, he said, said Ferlig sig e of party searched for the boardin captain used impermis- and "were pushing my admitting he had violn c crude and dirly words to and behaving ngainsl Fertig snid in Por Javils, deputy chief of the port, regulations. had signed n documcn genuine need Martirosyan, State Department in Russian and wasn' :y. But he on official talks on the Soviel authorities for him. a selective iclical objectives adequate, omni-ed bill would Sees :orps to provide i experience anc ing al conserva-residential ecn-oyed 2-Car Property .des for Judge Wayne L. Harlman said to 90 per cent Victorians were assured that counly commissioners oul al the Tuesday morning with njurics suffered when two affirmalively on the three conditions scl n such fields almost head-on al Victoria City Council in Iho prospective job training of Red River of lhe city's half of lhe county Citizens Memorial wns pointed out that lhe ;s include Tuesday nighl were had unanimous! ombat poverty in in guarantees for and Aguayo, 86, his wife, Car-nen, 75, both of 1309 E. Harry 1. and Mrs. Herlinda Ihe county juc iffcr lhe cily lhe ap on the pr g lhc lines of of 1211 E. Caroline St., Mr. Aguayo suffered rib and thai Ihis w >c made formally in Ih report of the scalp lacerations. His a bid. called the bill a beginning" had chest injuries and lacerations while Mrs. three conditions led by the council in its ared war on Agtioyo sustained a were [hat Iho c wrist and other multiple joiuan aired lias uso of lhc centr the bill, lo all traffic from for 10 years al aid they at De Tar Highway lo Lone a 10-year option to to reap a deep laceralion on wilh the beginning of a year; lhat the Inc America al desire lo knee was Mrs. Linda slops in the paving will continue of our less G3, of Route 1, who was momentarily pinned In tills secllon of tho city's present headquarter ing until lime comes of her car before and lhat bids freed by police and spokesman for on Aug. 17. and Newnam, Hnrlman said injured was Mrs. on the bond would be no objec 20, also of 1309 E. the contractor is in part of lhe commi. )N (AP) St. who later went to Citizens iTemorial Hospilal in a of slush-rolling the lo any of these con which had already be rs moved for treatment of injuries lo gel a uniform in some detail. party's left knee and arms. is necessary lo keep placed on Sen. Barry later off during this period lhc land under state share of Ihe lime e Aguayos were occupants of a 1957 station wagon ruts developing before would prohibit tls any buyer except the so increasing by Mrs. Delores coat is lie conlinucd public use i the Arizona Mrs. Pantel was alone police have been expected lhal Ihe nate GOP 1954 sedan, according lo keep traffic will be lhe only o rksen of Patrolman Jerry asphalt hoi-mix rke Hickcnloopi man of the received extensive start Aug. 1 and will riiiifl licy Committee said Mrs. Pantel a week to n VjllllCJ cnce after a east on Red River contractor, Gulf in a doctor's i Aguayo was traveling will then move north roorrii "Plcnsc sniu nc ex pec sel up a priori for the opposite direction when the alter attempted to make a Jordan to the Houslor Hghway, working back south magazines fro office. Tiic nurse wi onto Laurent. He said Tree locked together on uic cnil or tlie f spun around in the of the Intersection. Ambulances from Duckeli and McCabe-Carruth 4-H were dispatched to the scene and also helping out in emergency work were firemen from nearby North Louis County HENRY WOLFF Mrs. Leo Gcbau ersons. Wngner welcomed the federal cooperation, bill added lhat he lad "complete fnllh" in cily Pp- ico Commissioner Michnel Murphy. '9 The President issued a slate- appraised ment jn Washington afler talk- property, ng by telephone with Serevane. The statement said in part: "In he preservation of law and or- der Ihere can bo no compro- mise. It must he made clear once and for all thai violence and lawlessness cannot, musl not and will nol ho toleralcd." Johnson said Iho FBI was seeking to determine if any fed- eral laws were violated In the bloody rioting thai erupted after a 15-year-old Negro boy was shot by an off-duty white police- man. The policeman said Ihe youth had attacked him with a nifc. Uncnsy Calm As on air of uneasy calm fell been dis-ovcr Harlem and a predomi- nantly Negro Brooklyn section, where brief spurts of violence erupted early Tuesday, there rere these other developments: Police officials announced ilans lo beef up by several lundrcd the number of police- men normally assigned week- end duly in Harlem. The Negro head of a Pres- byterian organization represent- ing members in the New York metropolitan area called for the immediate arrest of any- one found inciting lo riot. Serevane said he believed will tell Communists had Infiltrated the ranks of some groups involved in the racial unrest. Trouble Spots In Jackson, Miss., the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Negro ntegralion leader, said the riots in Now York hurt civil rights and the cause of freedom. Wagner had been in almost continuous touch by transatlan- tic telephone from Spain with (Sec PHOBE, Page 0) who was.a and served Ihe banquet and pro- stale -I-II Club dress revue wm- idcd entertainment for some 00 ncr last year was Ihe speaker hc loca old of fta.nd.TVM torn te CuTo? Go dwaTcr TOona WedemeierT.Vycars ing .he National 4-H Congress Cuero and DeWilt County for ty'g nominee for Sdenl service pin; Mrs. Herbert In Chicago, III., where she corn- having field notes prepared on jL Jacob K? JnvMs in New er> 10 years' anti Mrs- L- pctcd lhc the boundary of the proposed York counled' his statement and Mrs- Wllllard Rocll, competition, hospital district and for hiving wilh a rap at what he cS five leaders a bill drawn up lo present to "uHraVnlervativi forces" Those receiving one-year pins for (heir assistance to club mira-conservauve lorccs. wcrg whu Salvador members and told them thai lhe next session of the Texas ultra-conservative forces." Sen, Kenneth B. Keating, legfsature The bl h n e, MVa hingt a I il C.nlii Sr., J. M. M.rney,   Hr-rlv-d 4-H work arc far prepared by lhe firm of Vin- cent and Elkins of Houston is Cost of the field notes was not known. Wischkaempcr, George Smoj THE WEATHER INDEX stria, Mrs. S. M. Pedroza, Fran- greater than lhc winning of cis Obsta, Emll Kruppa, Mrs. awards. Cliflon Lau, Mrs. Joe Stubbs Allen Smajstrla introduced and Mrs. Donald Knowlan. friends of 4-H. James Pozr H was nol known Tuesday Ahby ..........t oeaihs......9-n Other'first-year leaders' hon gave lhe invocation, and Chery when the committee would meet !J orcd were Mrs' Carl Pnchacck Spiegclhauer, the tribute to 4-1 again. A report is due later by a sub-committee appointed lo study possible hospital sites. Crosiwcrd 2 Gorzn 1J-13 Markets R Sporll ,.10- ...13 TV Ions i. i3 Clear lo partly cloudy and warm Wednesday I h r o u g h Thursday with winds from south lo southeast at 8 to 18 m.p.h. Expected Wednesday tempera- tures: High 94, low 75. South Central Texas: Partly cloudy and warm through Thursday wilh isolated showers along coast. Highs Wednesday 92 to 100. Tuesday temperatures: High 93, low 75. Precipitation Tuesday: of an inch; total this year to dale 14.91 Inches. Tides (I'orl Lavaca Port O'Connor Low at i.m. Wednesday and p.m. Thursday. High at a.m. Thursday. Barometric pressure at sea level: 29.92. Sunset Wednesday: Sun- ....._.. Donald Knowlan, Bill Traylor leaders. Jo Ann Lohl Introduced [rise Thursday: Bob Weislger, Mrs. W. W. Me- Sherry Hcnsley, Rose Marie Farland, Mrs. Margaret Fore-1 (See LEADERS, Page 9) v.tiuria oiiice.'   

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