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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 2, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 15 119th 87 TELEPHONE HI S.H51 VICTORIA, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 1904 ESTABL1SHKD 1846 48 Pages India Feels Sharp Pang Of Hunger o FirsL Crisis For Shasli'i NEW DELHI, India (AP) Like a swarm of locusts off the dusty plains, the winds of dis- content are sweeping this tense capital and (he post-Nehru gov- ernment of Lai Balnlnr Shastri is grappling with its first full- blown crisis. The diminutive prime minist- er and the key men around him arc worried: hunger, (he scourge of the subcontinent, is stalking llie land and the opposi-j (ion is crying (or bold steps to gel enough food to ragged mass- es al prices they can pay. India's impoverished millions, gaunt from years of substan- dard diet --average daily calo- rie intake is only per per- son compared with in: more restive wilh each price hike, every re-j port of hoarding, every lime; they slant! under the sun in a food line then are told there; is no more. Heavy Looting As (he rate of proles! demon- strations, hunger strikes, tool- ings of grain shops and angry clashes with Ihe police mounts daily, alarmed politicians and slate officials converge on the capil.il to chorus one urgent question: "What can he .Shastri, back at his desk Khrushchev Threatens Walkout U.iN. ChicPs Unheeded1 TOO YOUNG F0 R OKATOKY _ They be able1 to v o I c lor1 a while yet, but the youngsters got into the spirit of tilings anyway SatunUiy at the Lincoln Liberty Kail1 staged by Victoria County He-publicans. (1OP candi- U.S. Claims GOP Rates Fai lVlOOll -LlGtlCl.) T 1 ft fn O O T 11 I ll U U O 1 LL I. IB- O I t WASHINGTON (AP) Prcsi- ;nl hailed Saturday week Hflcr suffering a Hanger 7 triumph in close- hear! attack June 2d, is of the moon and C.undidaU'.s Voice In Viclorv for (kmscrvalism after the answers, which are ex- lllal space IMs nalion I'AT WITTK Advnentc Stuff Writer peeled to take the form of more achieved'fully the leader- Half Itcpublican can- .lolin Trice nf Waco, can- direct government we have sought for free some olcl-lnsliipn- in private food stumping al candidate foi con- from production lo retail'. called Ihe Hanger exploit a Lincoln Liberty Fair extension of man's a sol hi vote of confidence1 Hush said lie has several "plus UNITKD NATIONS, N.Y. 'CAP) Top sources reported 's that. Soviet Premier jKtmislii'hcv lold Sccrclnrv-Cicn- loral U Thant Urn Soviet 'Union! jwill walk out of Ilic General As-; seinbh and perhaps quit lhc i 'United Nations altogether if its1 is taken away for nonpay- imc-iU bills, These sources said Idecply worried, wilt discuss this jttii'DaUniccI Ijruakup of Hie world wtfaiiualion wilh lYe.siik-iU i.Iolmson when he flics to llngtun (or a schi'dnled appoint-1 muni Thursday. Ttianl tins just returned from a trip lo Moscow where he ap- pealed lo tlie Kremlin nol In the United Nations hroke Uinmflh faihiri- to puy up. Sins Nil lie told newsmen there, ;ifUT a long talk with Khrushchev, that saw no ehaiu-e in the So- viet stand. The United States insists that :lhc Soviet Union )ose its vole in the assembly unless il pays some of its buck dues the assembly convenes ov. 10. The U.N. Chartor says lhal any country two years behind in 'U.N. dues "shall have no vole'1 in tho assembly. Thu Soviet Union has refused John Armstrong, candidak- "J pay its assp.ssHicnls fur Con- for Cmnmissioner nf Agricul- assessments, it is two years be- Daring Viet Con; Strike Four Miles Outside of Saigon Vive U.S. Servicemen Injured in Bomh Blml Baseball games. tossing ;nul free waU'nnelon were interspersed wilh pnlilk'ii! addresses by more a dozen stale and local (AiK'ocate Pbol n) Xmilli Vlpl Ninn   Saigon Ah- jtort. A wmimli'd nicinlicr uf (lie mrhrslrii sjiitl tlic liaml vsas in Hit- iiiidiltr of a Hnimb.'t inimln'r ;nul I In1 iliniro (lour cniwiliMl when Hit1 hhisL uiTcJii'd DM' IClsi'ttlieiT, juilicr i' r llir city in Inu'ks anil tin1 FiTMrli Kinhassy was cuvdoiicil nff, in prclaliini nf :LII oil LIT ;mli- I'YriH'li stud fill di'iiuiiLsln- liun, I' ivi' liLiiidn-d N I u d r u I s lie Id a miisy oily a I I lie s I ml cut n u in H and s ji f :t U c v s dciKiuiU'rd KiTiH'li unili'iilism prnjuiK- Crop Failures The food crisis confronting "historic 'knowledge" and tied it inlo a lo the principles endorsed by factors" working for him in his Oiil Hrforn AnicL'ieans .say A J Cameras to itch ars c JJ ]i a s t ri 's a fa A Hack Told Beforehand In Leaflets Mortars Hock C.ily Airporl VIMI UK1, Viet Nam (API A liallulinn uf Communist Viet Cong guerrillas attacked Ihis village niily lunr mile.s west of Saigon Saturday in a daring as- saull which followed several 'days of distributing leaflets i warning they would strike. I Casualties were light anil (he Viol Coin; abandoned tin- light at daybreak. Hut the attack was [Signifii-anl tKT.'tu.se of its prox- Jiniity to capital. A Viet Cong "'brillalion usually number.? about ;500. i Only rim fields separ- ate Ihe village from Saigon's busy The were as close 10 Saignn as U i.i possible to gel without cnleriug llu1 city's .suburbs. Tracers Sill Sky American .servicemen at the airport said buildings shook im- Anzona Senator Barry Gold- campaign against Ynrhorongh. .irp m M mcm- water and predicted a sweeping "There is a strong anti-Yar- ]iussiims S1W they arc victory for the forces of con- borough sentiment in They were not as- crnmenl plan lo meet Ihe Ictige? More tu Feed Food and Agriculture Minister j Chidambaram Subramaniamj from Madras, who is responsi- ble for seeing that India's -IBS' million people have enough lo, cat, provided some answers in; !sig1 fcots llle for p 'of'n manned First of all, India has not been able to increase its food output above the 19M high of 81 million Ions, Tin's year U is even less, 79.5 million Ions and there 40 million more mouths to feed llian four years ago. Ilom- Dean Truman, chairman of the Victoria County Republican Parly, was pleased with lhc: fair, (he firsl of its kind here by the local GOP estimated that per- sons attended the affair ill Jaycee Hall. The fair vvas designed to raise money for the county organization, to finance its operating headquarters and support local candidates. Truman said il was doubtful if an eslimale oo the money raised would he available be- fore Monday. 'People are voting for Gold- cr E. Newell, assodaio arlmitiis- fm' a said llor- Irator of (lie National Aeronaut- iK'1' candidate for lieu- tenant governor. "Ami the that brought either rain or no( enough. An equally important Ihe .lack Crichlon. the slirficiclU company executive wh i.s bid- for Gov. John Connally's pn'dicled thai the Hc- public Parly will have no II. Pick-' achieving party unity cend to lhc moon the Indian farmers dogged re- mu, wm.Mi .............J si.stancc to change and deep (i f aml a frnnl of new aids such aS[ ,sf Laboratory, Pasadena, time, fertilizers and pesticides h He added that be will alteml Compounding the problem of ,Imlsc a mceling in Ilershey, Pa., on a screen, cnlargemenls of the A''K- 12 which may go a long .striking Hanger moon pictures.: way toward re-uniting the liberal eastern wing of :he party. The meeting is being sponsored hv Pennsylvania Ciov. William Scranlon, and all slate difficult assignments than civil gUFird dcfen- 7 or Mariner 2. w-'s killed and three wonnd- Tlicy must eight months in llie hostile space en- Hnuscs virimmi'nl and Ibcn gallu'r llullels spattered around eivi- essentiiil dala during a swift yo- lian douses, wounding (hrei- ininute fly-by of Mars next June er persons, or .Inly, they arc In pass within; Newsmen who drove lo Vinii I.'J.fiDO miles of (lie planet. Xoc itcross a rutled dirt roaJ The camera on each Mariner silw limlic's il1 is lo lake 'in pictures Ik-cause "llnKo market place of commiiiiifalions limitalious ln Klllllil -South Viet- jat thai distance, mnre than Hefense Mimsler Maj. million miles, the television pie-   tf he iNnclciir MOSCOW born rlii ciciil in Ilwirififi aids provided JIKAIl Kouiulation of Victoria brought about his recovery and his "noi rnol reac- tion" lo sound, fielow ho is shown al. llie of four iruinllis buinj; fillet! will) lii.-aring aids. Pholo) The circuitous routes are ncc- m'm> nt'rir lho l'oasl' High Anns I'ncl I API-- Itussia I! i i I a i n announced .Saturday Republican governors and gub- llicy have agreed on (he need (or crnalorial candklalcs have been ........nleriiatioual Irealy that invited comments on her lho nildlw c-wlidalc-s who spoke al the fair were City To Initiate Move Mrs many tion of camel figurines she pur- chased in Jerusalem Ar- lirn- Callihani celebrating a birthday today Bart Koonti anil Fred ShicWs at Camp Stew- art and planning a camp trip' lo Carlsbad Caverns this week' before returning .j Mary Teresa Holm working fulli time for lhc past two wcess and; City Council is expected lo ent and i making a hit with her boss, Monday to put local pnnl rnti.sl lie c was her lather Miss under city supervision for night and lolte Hencll doing her first lime, with first read-'and from deed for the day Miss Slic-jjng of an nnlinamc regulaling Sundays -Sunset Sundiiy: ni ill tlll I l.J> J. OOJ Hearing Deficiency Tests To Be Conducted by HEAR Victoria II K A II Foundaliim speak, rather than communicate parent can have his child IcstcclilVl t' P 1 will launch a new service next in sign language. bearing difficulty free ol1 ii.l cll.l y J. a Ol J.jUJ Friday which coul'l mt-an that The new service will be J c.ssary because the payloads Satunlay lempeiatnreLs: must be aimed in front of 7ii. fast-rnoviog like a Precifiitalion: Trace hunter aims at a flying Tides (Port l.avaea Port achieve Ihe proper intercept at O'Connor Lows al S.-H) times when Ihe tnrgel.s make a in. and Sunday; to earlb. highs al Sunday and In addition tfi lelevision {-am- :1-rn eras, Mariners :i and I will ear- H'li'onxilru.- pressure at sea fry inslnnncnts lo mag. level netic fields, cosmic rlusl. radia-; tion and other sjiaer- jihenomcna along llie ronle and in Ihe vicin- 'lhli Sunrisu uodC'tennined n ti m b e r the Infanl .Screening future Victorians will bear and and it means that any Vicloria (lint halls hcfwcc 12 miI 7 a.m. on weekdays l !'-ra- P" ilyn Brady home this summer and resting up operation. about the trip Mrs. Tommy reminiscing thai she and City Manager John l.cc the ordinance was drawn op Also on lhc Monday agenda e the following: and will be submitted for first Harilin made lo the New York World's Pair at the request of Coun- gctting ready lo teach again mailman Velton B. Coivden Austin Ihis fall Alice and Kclilcy Slranc postcarding (rom Fir.sl reading of an ordinance clarifying speed restrictions in .school City Ally. Argyle Mcl.achlan Second rending of an asscss- said passage of Ihe ordinance mL'm ordinance. Cody, Wyo., while on tour ofiwill require pool halls to pur-- Firsl reading of an ordianncc lhc Pacific North West .Ichase city licenses, with the amending procedures for clos- (iwcn Barry home from depending on the numbering alleys, mcr school and marking tables operated, will han the Second reading of an nrcli- birthday Saturday II o l> sales nf any alcoholic beverage nance closing an alley. Hi n dm an not slowing down evcnjin pool halls, require operators And consideration of a trans- for the hot weather Mlssjand employes of the halls lo be fer of funds from contingency Helen Ilpurnias glad to help oiitjpholographcd and fingerprinted In provide assistance to Six where she is needed A. II. lloiltlc in town Mrs. from Bloomington on errands and her daughter, Miss .Iran llmlilc flying lo Washington, C., for n two weeks vacation The! Hay Hoards, Darla Kay and .Shelly Hay of Houston in lown for Uie weekend, I TNDRX by the police department, and'Flags Humane Society, set general standards of ncler which such operators or! employes musl meet. j The proposed ordinance also specifies that males under years of age and females undone'" 18 unless may nol frequent poo! ess accompanied by a tAv-'omcni" Vicloria doctors w-i'l cofiiierale: w on t Attend (.onveiilion m order In participate in the! WASHlNdTON 'AP) Sixtyidelogalions. five of them alter- program. of Democratic members ol nates unlikely to vole at all. "Our ultimate says Congress from .Southern anil, Democrats loyal to Ihe nation- Mrs. Dcllon Ashley, states expect to parti- al parly ticket say this is abou' administralor of the B A Ilicipalo when their parly norm-par for the cmnse. lint dissi- Foundation, "is to lest evcry'nates President Johnson Aug. dents dispute this and note lhal infanl horn in Victoria "ul of n's friends and Mississippi have for Jiearing Jw''l lje missing. 'delegations without any rcpro- Whal dues this mean lo )iar-l Sinco Ihe of the civil senlalion from Demoeralic enls7 irighls bill, the nomiiialion ol members of the House or sen- The story of Bruce Many of the delegiilioos were JJurleson best explains U. 'Mnf, jn' the civil rights hill The son of Mr. and MrsJihcre. has been a trend among llfj' been p.issed but seemed Charles K. flnrleson, Jiruce Southern office holders to be. Most were chosen horn in Vicloria on March themselves from the before Coldwalcr's nomination IMa, only a short lime after Johnson ticket in scekini.' re- ''ioluig in the North, the local IIKAR Foumlalion was election A" selected before .lohn- c.slablishcd On May a local! Mow exlcllsivi. this ruled ou! Atty. Gen lloherl physician discovered that Bruce ls nnd hnw it wm .Mm ,he mll. f Kennedy and some others .is had a hearing deficiency ot jhc described as "probubly and Goldwater for ere nerve nnd tbc'Soutbern electoral votes is yvl iChild was referred lo Mrs. ilomonslr.Ued. ley at the foiiiiilalion. remains that I; On June 13, vxit, Hruce was which will send tlel- ilcslcd al the foundation, 105 N. egates anil alternates lo casl jVine .St., and a month later on votes at Ihe Atlantic City. N..I., just as July n he was lilted with only Senate (Sec TliSTS, Page 8A) jand House members in their running mates. Kenne- has been anathema to some (See Page 8A> 1'oiliiy's ni can kn-p a sucret ucll as men. bul it gi'iu-rally lakes move tht-ni lo ilu il.   

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