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   Advocate (Newspaper) - July 26, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                Cuero's Fred Hanseti Vaults Record 17-4 See Sports, Page 12-A THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 80 RLIPHONI HI 1-1431 Republicans To Hold Fund Raising Rally Vote'd'is-s _ VICTORIA. TEXAS. SUNDAY. JULY 26, 1964 ESTABLISHED 1M6 WASHINGTON Victoria County Republicans will'stage an old fashioned political celebra- tion to be known as the Lincoln Liberty Fair on Aug. 1 to raise funds for local campaign activities, County Chairman Dean Truman announced Saturday Male_eandidates _and five local candidates will'be oh hand to talk to popcorn, snow cones, bottle throws and fish ponds whore guests republics, in their firsl test vole malic and trade sanctions on Communist Cuba, voled 15-3 Salurday night in favor of IheI measures against the Fidel Cas '.ro regime. The ministers called a plena- session of the cdnferer.ee to "Candidates will make brie Truman said, "bu Die emphasis will be on mixin wilh Ihe crowd and givin people a chance lo talk to then- ami ask questions. Each can didate will be wearing a nam plale so that he can be readil identified by any intereste< person." 4 P.M. 'Until Thc fair will get under wa at 4 p.m. Saturday and "con Unite Truman said. II explained that "until" mean as long as anyone wants lo Falls and Breckenridge, report stay around lo buttonhole candidate and ask him ques lions. Getting at least equal billin with the stale-wide GOP can didates will be M. V. Sand hofer, whom Republicans hope 10 elect lo Victoria Counl Commissioners Courl from Pre cinct 2 in November, Edwi Schaefer, a candidate Cor con stable of Precincts (Misslo and a trio ol candidate for commissioners of Drain age District No. 3. The lalte candidates are Joe Parnell Tom Harris and B. J. (Bill Faulkner. Heads List Jack Crichton, the Dallas o: company executive who is th C10P nominee for governor will head the list of slate can didates. Crichton, 48, resigned as pros denl of the Texas Alumn Association to make the race fo governor on a platform of "ded calion to free enterprise an limited and t make Texas a two-party stale. "Competition is healthy fo business and government, Crichton has said with regard I (he two-party stale campaign. Bush Due He is a graduate of both Texa and Massachusetts Insl lule of technology and a fello' in the Texas Academy c Science. During World War 1 he earned the Air Medal, Bronz Star and Presidential Unit Cita tion in Ihe European Theater o Operations where he picked u five baltle stars. On hand also will be Bi Hayes of Temple, wh campaigned in 1962 for lieulen ant governor and is now in th race for congressman-at-large and George Bush, the Houslo 011 man who won Ihe GOP nomi na for U.S. Senator in th Republican Primary. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate o Yale University, Bush is the so of former Sen. Prescotl Bush o Connecticut bul has resided ii Texas since 1048. Also a pilot in World War II, in the Navy, Bust Won the Distinguished Flying Cross for gallantry in combat. Backed He campaigned in the primary as a backer of Sen. Barry Gold water and for U.S. support of Cuban Government in Exile tc effect the overthrow of Fide Caslro. Other candidates to be here in elude John B. Armstrong, King ville rancher who is running fo commissioner of agriculture Fred S. Newmann, candidate fo stale treasurer, John A. Mat Ihews, running for slate lam commissioner, and Don Flana _ (Sec RALLY. Page 9A) Kile Lucchcse   ed afternoon temperatures of 111 degrees. A tornado swooped down on a dairy farm wesl of Wcather- 'ord, lifted a roof from a barn md knocked down trees as a hunderstorm dumped .90 of an nch of rain on the locality. The farm's new hay barn was icallered over a 300-yard area on a nearby hillside. Five funnels were sighted lear Breckenridge and at least .wo of the twisters struck the Edna Man Injured in Auto [round near the Shackelfor 64, of Edna, was listed in critical Jounly town of Ibex. condition early Sunday in Blaze Rakes Home A cigarette smouldering on a couch was blamed by firemen Saturday night for selling off a fire at the Bobby Joe Kellis residence at 1506-A N. Laurent SI. The Kellis family was not at lome when the fire broke out shortly after 9 p.m. and neigh- called firemen after spot- ing flames and smoke pouring out the windows of the four- room structure. and were able to keep it from ms extended from of Easlland to 25 '_ lu vote formally on the proposal. The 15 votes were two more lhan lne 13 necessary for ndop- tion' A" official of the Organiza- tioii of American Stales said Bo- livia abstained on the commit- Earlier, showers dampened committee late Saturday, also contains a warning to the Caslro egime Ihal future aggression regme Ihal future aggression was une no a poce ear against an American republic, shortly after he arrived al the startin oint a L Advocate News service GANADO Amos Robinson luwii ui IUCA. vvuuiiiun cany o u n a a y in The Breckenridge police dis- M a u r i I z Memorial Jackson >alcher said at least three other County Hospital with injuries unnels spun harmlessly in Ihe suffered in a traffic accident in- air just south ot the old West volving two cars and lumber Texas oil town. truck five miles wcsl of here The Albany-Breckcnridge area Highway 59. was heavily overcasl as the fun- Robinson was reporlcd suffer- jels snaked out of dark clouds, ing from infernal injuries and a Some thunderstorms and thun- broken leg. Three pints of blood lershowers dotted the state lo were rushed here from Citizens emporarily break Ihe day's Memorial Hospital in Victoria blazing heat. u" A thunderstorm packing 40 -lile per hour winds, lashed Houston just before dusk. Tem- perature at- the state's largest city dropped from S8 to 82 be- .ween 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. Scattered Ihundershowers fell over much of the state but no- where was Ihe rainfall enough lo break Ihe burning drought, now in its sixth week in most areas of Texas. Late in the day, by highway patrol Driving L..... Robinson was traveling east during a driving rainstorm when his car veered into the west- bound lane, struck the frailer tandems of Ihe truck and clipped anolher car before crashing into the ditch back on the easlbound lane side of Ihe highv, vestigaling officers said, Highway Patrolman John Bentley of Port Lavaca listed second car as Maurice Shelby ball game in Ganado. Total Loss Robinson's car was described as a total loss, wilh dam- It) _ car. Bentley, who invesligated (he accident along wilh Patrolman Everette Hewilt of Edna, said both Ross and Shelby had pulled over onto the shoulder of the in a futile son's car. collision with Robin- in Edna. On Cuba Hepnblics Also Warn Caslro 48 Pages At Least 1 Killed In Rochester Riot Police Halt Marchers In Harlem Communist Leader Held NEW YORK vote, with Chile, Mexico and broke up an intended anlipolice volmg no. Warning N'ole erse e nen- Confereiice resolution No. cd marchers and arrested their the one approved by the general Communist ringleader. committee late Saturday, also The loader, William Eplon, a Negro and avowed Communist, was bundled inlo a police ear such as that against Venczusla asl year, could bring armed al- ack by any one of the Ameri- can nations. The preamble of the resolu- that Cuba's iggressions against Venezuela 'conflict with the principles and lirns of (he inter-American sys- approved 18-1, with Mexico the only dissenter. Secretary of State Dean Rusk spoke out Saturday in fsvor of he sanctions and condemnation jf thc Castro regime and told a closed-door meeting Ihal, "Fail- ure lo act now might create a situation of the highest possible lunger." Urged Action did not spell out exactly 1 meant, bul urged im- Uruguay and Bolivia which accomuamee I Mexico and oTiS sanctions are ex ncctcTto abide hv Cm The sanclions are to be man feet. Notable Da e Day op Sunday. July 26 is observed by ho Castro revolution in Cuba. delegate, "and oicing in I lie Mexico and Chile expressed (See CUBA, Page DA) INDEX Tomics TcTcvhiori" issword FUN Women'j IDA FUN II-UA arado in strife-torn Harlem on aturday, dispersed the intend starting polnl al Lenox Avenue and 116th Street. He protested thai his follow- ers only intended a peaceful walk but a Negro policeman told him: "You are under ar- esl." 300 Marchers Instead of the thousands of paraders lhat Epton had pred- icted only about 300 marchers and spectators were on hand at the scheduled 4 p.m. slarling time. A heavy detail of helmcled police waded Into them, shoving [hem from the intersection and shouting to them to go home. The parade was intended to stress Negro charges of police brutality recurring com- plaint since rioting broke out in Harlem a week ago. The disor- spread to Brookly. Attorney Police who broke up the par i W sjattonle5'- We are Undr arrest! conduct on the ground they hat caused a crowd lo collect. Ihe sidewalks and peering iron Almost simulatenously with aiuiu micNUUSI Y WIU This will give the Castroiles the fizzling of the parade, the something to think said city obtained a Stale Supreme Court order lo prohibit the served on Epton at the lime oi lis arrest. Rockefeller Slalemcnl Shortly before Ihe eily made ts court move, Gov. Nelson A Rockefeller issued a statement saying he was willing lo furnish SA De.ihs ........HA National Guard troops If neccs- TA sarj, Ncw York cily n Rochester, N.Y., where Ne- groes rioted Friday night and FRIENDS ii sect, early Saturday. urnilure in Ihe living room was damaged and smoke and water lamage was heavy throughout he other three rooms. The damage estimate includ cd to the frame struc lure and to the contents. The home is owned by Ray- mond Fullon, a former Victor- an now residing in Dallas and s located behind Victoria A ncw machine the Beauty College. only one in Ihis area offering A cigarette had earlier been an up-to-dale means for electric )lamcd for setting off a fire counlershpck treatment of vcn- hat burned over an acre of 'ricu'ar fibrillation has been ;rass and brush behind the presented to Citizens Memorial .in Tucker residence, 2004 Hospital by the Pink Ladies and 'leasant Green Drive, shortly other _frionds. after 2 p.m. A direct current electrical ap- pliance, the machine is called a Local Hospital Given Modern Heart Machine defibrillalor and can be used several ways. It can serve as a monitor of a patient's hcari rate, or electrical discharges may he released in the treat menl of muscular contraction! of the heart, or fibrillation. If Ihe hearl slops, it can be usec to provide a pacemaker for con- tinuous stimulalion, internal or HEART MACHINE Dr. George Constant, chiof-of-staff at Citizens Memorial Hospital, and Mrs. Bill Campbell, president of thc Pink Ladies, arc pictured with a new heart machine Ihe Pink Ladies and other friends recently presented to the hospital. The electrical apparatus, called a defibrillalor, can be used several ways for the treatment of heart patients. (Advocal Photo) external, that often provides the heart a chance to function again. The American Optical pro- duced apparatus is portable. The machine was purchaser in memory of Ihe lale Lee Swickheimer, husband of the hospital administrator. A plaque has been placed on the machine in memory of him. In commenting on thc prcsen tation, Dr. George Constant chief-of-staff, said: 'On behalf of Ihe medical staff of Cilizcns Memorial Hos- pital, we are happy lo receive Ihis unit from the Pink Ladle and other friends. "It will certainly be a great addition to hospital services Furthermore, it Is in keeping with our policy of keeping abreasl of all new development: in the medical hospital field. "The Pink Ladies and friends, by this gift have demonstrated groat service from Ihe heart. This is also seen and felt every day at the hospital by nature of the tremendous number of hours thai they give bolh individually and collectively for patients', nurses' and doctors' benefits. This gift is just one of Ihe many Ihal they have already brought lo Citizen's Memorial Hospital or the improvement of medical care in this area. "This is more lhan just a Jit in that it is given in loving memory of the lale husband of our esteemed administrator, Mrs. (Dorolhyl Swickhei- mer." DEMOCRAT COSTUMES Ked, white and blue striped dresses and men's vests have been made for delivery lo the Atlantic City convention in August. The initials LBJ are attached to the pockets. How, they are to be distributed is not known, but garments were ordered (AP Photo) WSTWELL COVPU1 Mom Fine, Pop Weak After Birth of Triplets Advocate Service PORT LAVACA-The firsl set of triplets was delivered ai Champ Traylor Memorial Hos pital Saturday evening to Mr and Mrs. Bcnito A. Torres ol Austwell. They have no other living children. The firsl of Ihe Identical trip lei boys arrived at 7; 12 p.m. Ife weighed C pounds 2 ounces. The second arrived nl p.m. and the third at p.m. The second and lliird each weighed 0 pounds 5 ounces and each measured 20 Inches in length. "The mother is be the babies nrc said Dr. F. M. Logsdon, attending physician. "But the condition of the father and Ihe Local Man Hm-l In Car Mishap Jesse Santos Monroe, 34, ol 1901 Tibiletli Road, was ad- milted to De Tar Hospital with a possible broken jaw and a deep facial laceration Saturday night after a spectacular one car accident at Ihe inlcrscction of North and Lova Streets. Monroe's 1956 sedan jumpet a six-fool dilch, climbed a wire rence and Ihcn came to rest 35 'eel south of the intersection in a field, according to Cily Patrol man Carl Ziegler. The officer said Monroe's south-bound vehicle left 102 feci of skid marks before il left the He was traveling on Lova Street which dead-ends al :hc intersection. A McCabc-Carruth ambulance ook Monroe to the hospital fol- owing Ihe crash that occurred shortly before 10 p.m. No Decision By Ilofl'a Jury CHICAGO jury Jcliberating the ?20-million mail 'raud and conspiracy case against Teamsters Union Presi- dent James R. Hoffa and six co- defendants (juit for Ihe day at p.m. Salurday. Deliberations will be resumed at 9.-30 a.m. Sunday. The jury of cighl men and our women was taken to hotel accommodations at the Great Lakes Naval Base, 30 miles north of Chicago. The jury has )ccn kept there under ince the (rial began. guard The jury deliberated hours ?riday night, then resumed at :10 a.m. Salurday. Today's Chuckle Overheard al n party: "They make a perfect cou- ple. He's a pill anil she's a apparently 1 Ihe rows hospital staff remains in qucs- lion al Ihis moment." The three newcomers, placed in isolette's in thc foreground of the nursery shortly afterwards, were awake and i viewing with inleresl of faces on the other side of Ihe glass. The jubilant father, employe of Bluhm Drug In Austwell who proclaimed them Ihe mosl beau- tiful babies in (he. world, an- nounced two of the names se- Icclcd were Mario Alberto and Marcus Arthur and thc third name would also begin with the same initials. Mrs. Torres, 22, daughter of Mrs. Concho Martinez, hns one brother, Jesse, and one sister, Alma. The triplets are Mrs. Marlincz' first grandchildren. Torres, 23, son of Mrs. Mary Torres, has one brother, Rich- ard, and one sister, Margaret, all of Austwell. The new babies increase Mrs. Torres' grand- children to six. parcnls arc being pre- sented wilh a six-monlhs supply Negroes Hurl Rocks, Loot Stores 90 Injured, 100 Jailed ROCHESTER, N.Y. One white man was reported killed Salurday night as new ra- cial riols erupted in defiance of a curfew clamped on in an ef- fort to prevent renewal of viol- ence that bpgan Friday night. Police said the man reported- y was hit on Ihe head by a loot- er and staggered into the slrccl where ho was hit by an automo- bile. Another death was reported in n riot area bul it was not known whether thai death was connect- ed wilh the violence. Groups of Negroes in automo- biles sped from one parl of the cily lo another, hurling stones, smashing windows and looting stores in a hil-and-rim manner. The worst outbreak was on :he wesl side ot Ihe city, In neal, residential area Inlo which Negroes have been moving re- cently. It was subdued by about 100 jlate troopers rushed to Ihe scene by bus. They fired lear gas and one policeman fired a shot inlo the air. Negro Tenement This section is about a mile and a half from Joseph Avenue, a Negro tenement section where Ihe rioltng began Friday night. When the temporary truce was settled during daylight Salur- day, police counted more than 90 injured and lhan 100 in jail on Ihe felony charge of rioting. Only an occasional rock or bottle was tossed Salurday night In Ihe Joseph Avenue seclion, where police cleared Ihe streets at Ihe curfew deadline. RoRil Blocks Scl Hundreds ot police palroled Ihe area at the start of (he night but Ihe number was cut sharply as reinforcements were rushed to other embattled sections. Police sot up roadblocks lt> stop 12 carloads of people were reporlcd heading toward the riot-scarred city. U was not known whether Ihese person) were Negroes. All persons had been ordered off Ihe cily streets by 8 p.m. A detail of cily police and ilatc troopers was struck with stones and bottles as they marched down Jefferson Avon- 2 One policeman was hit by irick and fell out of line, clulch- ing his ankle. Olher objects thrown at included beer and milk botlles, a box of detergent and a gallon box of ice cream, apparently stolen from a grocery store Loolers took liquor from a gifls lo Ihe Irio. seined wiin a six-momns supply Dinners luun uquor irom a of formula for the babies. Local cate Jefferson Avenue and merchants are also presenting tried to set It on fire, police (See RIOT, Pago 9A) Blowing Well in Kilgore Capped, Ending Threat KILGORE, Tex. oil well servicing crews and firemen Salurday night finally capped a wild well that spewe A)   

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