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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 4, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 89 TELEPHONE HI 6.1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, "AUGUST 4, ESTABLISHED 1818 Council Lets Beer Remain In Pool Halls Dog Pound Duties Given To New Humane Society By TOM K. KITE Advocate Slaff Wri'lcr The city formally terminated its ttog pound operation Mon- day, turning the operation over to the newly chartered Flags Humane Society, S i x and softened a proposed ordinance regulating operation of pool halls after owners said they would he driven out of business not in Victoria where there are only six halls totalling about 26 pool tables. De la Garza said Ibat he had long been an advocate of legal- izing pool halls in Texas (they were illegal until passage of a legalizing acl by Die last leg- islature )so that the state, cities and counties could levy taxes on them. unless they can sell beer onjdicln'l object lo the licensing premises. !fcc nniv (o the proposed Councilman Velton R. Cow-.prohibition of (he sale of beer den, who sponsored the pool [and raising thc age limit on hall legislation, offered an-minors, amendment permitting thc con-j Jack Coggins. another oper-i linnet! sale of beer in pool halls ;u lor, said be thought the city! but wanted lo raise the mini-lsboukl do something about! mum age from 17 lo Ittfor cafes, grocery stores! sons permitted to be in pool) and other places which sell; ;bcc'f lo minors before it cracks He later agreed to leave on Hie pool balls. i age at 17, however, when Po- "e la Garza concurred in Ibis, lice Chief John Guscman he has parked in his; plained that a 17-year-old-male (Scr COUNCIL. Page 5) is not legally a juvenile. The ordinance also will per- mit younger children to play pool in public halls with per> mission of (heir parents. Hall operators did not object lo the licensing fee which thc city proposed, a the first table, for OMional table, but Alfred lie la' Garza said operators would be bankrupted if they could iiol sell beer anil objected to "thc 10 Cents Two Shot, Six Injured In Jersey City Rioting YKARSOF APPKALS Bricks Fly In 'Qiaos' Slril' 60-Day Jail Terms Start For 10 Sit-in Clergymen in 2nd iS'ighl JKUSEY CITY, N.J. (API Hands of Negro youths pelted McArven Warner New TAI.l.AIIASSKK, t'la. (AP) The clergymen were limisi'U A F.ighl white anil Negro segreiralcd cells, City, executive .secretary men convicted of _ unlawful as-, City prisoners nnrnially mi.ii.- Of Manhattan division of the scmbl.y demonslra-i am city righls-of-way, ,lf ,hc u lion m began lifldiiy Jailjlnwiis and jjimlens on cily York- police with "Mololiv cocktails lcrms attei throe yearslerly anil niiinl signs, and bricks and smashed appeals. Whether the I'lwi'ymeti Monday night in thc sec-' I-1VIIMI11 III lilt. .ICC-1, I I I ond successive night of racial; "ew ot federal coiuf immediately be assigned these duiiVs was .in- BEGINNING OF T1IK END While completion of the city's paving and draiiiaj-c pro- gram is still some months away, the constmc- lion difficulties of one group of residents aro near- ing an end. Workers Moiitiiiy began pulling the fiiuil surface on a section of Ben Jordan Street be- tween Port Liivaca Highway and Houston High- way, and the entire section is expected to be com- pleted this week if clear wcatlir prevails. (Advocate Photo) if Palerson. N.J.; the Hev. Arlbur 1.. llardgc ol New Uritain, Conn., a Negro; LBJ Reinforces Maddox, jlrolmcn, wore Ireated WAS1NGTON CAD Presi-lmean a change is taking place son thus gav dent Johnson said Monday he ;in foreign policy at While House Ikil! orders. sSGives Shoot-to-Kill Order ,.r Authorities could not say .IHM'O I ,O 11 f I I W 1 f> I fl Q is taking place son thus gave explicit M, I J. 11 JL Re-Elects rj r> i R i 'War Hero s Body or anile tie J jhad been shot. that he has' operated al'ea off Viet" Nam where -'omison called reporters into All Ihrce PT boats were datn- imcalion club" here for some tlle uss Martdox was fircil on llls ofucc aiKl them the but two were able IB years. He said he has "kcol Sunday by three Communist he; issued afler gamblers out" of his formed of the incident doesn't permit loud or profane Johnson also directed language and operates a place Navy to set up a combat air where many downtown over the destroyers, which chants "slop by for a couple are part of the powerful 7lb games of pool and a couple of Fleet. Hy Ill-'.N I'RAU.SK Ailviicalr Staff Writer CUKKO-J. IX Drninlclle .Jr., i Between 150 nnil 200 hclmolcd, owner of Frcunil Kuneral Home, CreMvciicio de la Uosa Kins, of Cialveslon anil Mrs. Hey- who escaped the German on- immdu Mores and Mrs. Inez ot In three Bronze beer1 stores when they The State Department said it the eve- regards thc attack as a serious in bottles of close their incident and announced the As for youths, he produced a United .States is making a for- loose-leaf tablet which he said inal protest to the Communist contained the names, telephone North Viet Nam government numbers and addresses of par- Secretary of State Dean Husk enls who have given consent Smetary of Defense Tlob- I v Ifool e" S McNamara conferred play pool at Ins place. 'Monday with Senate leaders at De la Garza said hat he feels the Capitol and brought them up hat he ,s teaching these (lalc 011 (ievelopments. When 'h closed sociability in the way he rims .meeting reporters asked him if i-i still believed the attack was I (Ink some of them mind an isolated instance. me better than they do their! he said S remains to be bci Onvden replied that Hie M "'I an's Nose Nearly Lost As Car Rams Into Truck geant where the trouble was concen- trated, said, "it'.s chaos, insani- ty." Officers Hurt Police M. Raymond Ulaszak said two of his men were in- nose of a IH-year-oldilhe car which struck a one of them burned by a Pharr, Tex., man was "almost! truck, Manuel Garcia Jr., nijMolotov cocktail a home by lelte. lien Smith of SI. Mo., a vice-president of South- we.slcrn Bell Telephone will Aug. hc 'leld Wcdnesilny at Finii'ral services for Kins Wednesd llenilon Funeral M, Sunday. At ,i sheriff's den- from llemlon lrom Houlo 4, Victoria, i-c- Tlie severed" in an early morning auto collision in the 1700 block of Houston highway, the at- tending physician said Motiday. anil Julio Garciu, 16. The elder Garcia suffered fa- cial lacerations anil bit a hole made bomb consisting nf line in a bottle. The burned pa- nance was not intended as an atfront lo anv pool ball opera- "'amiosi aheadt fMiai in bis tongue in the About three hclmeled imc frac-ipoliccmcn, anneil with riot guns had :tll-cnlihcr revolvers, while .Julioilllcil' ground at a ,V violence broke mil (day night. They fired as 'iviirs, will lie m liesurrcctinn- Catholic (.'cmelery. men arc Nathan Post, chair- man, and Albert Ley, co-chair- will be recited Tu man, ticket sales; ,S. t.cdbelter, !llay at Rt chapel. ini; Tom Heron, pro gram, anil the Hev. John A. ggmg ope e to :trj icet of water near the spot and continued un- til aboul 10 p.in. without BUC- shortly afler daylight Monday, Horn in Victoria June 20, and the body was recovered at Itios was a inembni- of Our l.aily mirl-inornlng. Alrs. Itussell C. Wallers her father, M. l.alimcr. dis- covering the names of her great, great grandfather and great grandfather in Advocate Sunday column, "Off the lieaten Trail." They were great, great grand- father James Latimer, who was active in drawing up Arkansas stale constitution and great grandfather Albert Hamilton f.alimer, a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence Tommy Kogslail expound- ing on the superiority of the male specie of the human race Judy SmajslrU in town for a Records Competition planning session for 4-H Clubs Miss Maxine Yonet reminding mem- bers of the Pilot Club of the Rummage Sale Saturday at the City Hall Square Fred Bnckcrt celebrating a birthday today, and although nol naming the years explaining that he's catching, up with Jack Benny Mrs. Hill Campbell getting ready for the Quarterly meet- ing of the Citizen's Memorial Hospital Auxiliary slated for It a.m. Thursday to be followed by a luncheon and guest speak- er Kli Ozuna Idling a tale of auto failure in the dark of night when he was caught with no flashlight Evie and Mclvln Crawford hoping lo catch some fish in Corpus Christ! IWabel Ann Miller proving !o be one dog's best friend in that she's providing meals while his busters vacationing, (old reporters that Husk and Mc- iVamara seemed to think the shooting was an isolate! inci- dent. At bis vacation retreat in Bal- boa, Calif.. Sen. Barry Gpldwat- cr, the Republican presidential nominee, replied to written questions about the incident. ya Bank Stock Offe i Revealed by Texas Solon i The board unanimously agreed I lo give special recognition at a later date lo Krcd Hansen Cuero, who currently holds unofficial world record inj WASHINGTON (AP) Hep. He said his caller told himjbanking committee He said he Henry B. Gonzalez, D-Tcx., wortn of not know this. offered "I think the American peopleIjtock had been of bank without having lo put up arc entitled to ask some money and that he re-' tl to: "I was surprised at this, since is a knowledgeable business Scminolcs Suspicious Of LancJ-Gral) Payment lions of their own in regard the proposal this cventi Does the presence of Ihe.irin" it out. American destroyers in the area signify the possible landing of tng, Gonzalez, a member of Hie pole vaulting. His highest vault was 17 feet, inches. Paul liingcnheimer reported on the success of last Salurday'sl .sidewalk Pl.ms are now[ being maile for a Christmas promotion during the week of! Nov. 15. MIAMI, Fla. (AP) The U.S. urn! Ihc tribe lo norm! apprais- hoard voted to psy has tn pay m to delermine how much slopped him at that point "-man, but even if 1 had not been I jncmbcrship fees of two cliam-jllic Semmo e Indians for most o the Indians will gel. rfiileVsaid. "I told member ol this commitlce officials for the lexas f.o.xijHoru a, where whites grabbed should it be determined that would consider this an outright Consider this would have in.lKoads Association I he chain- their lands more ban a century worlh s M conflict of interest 1 reminded volvc.l a conflict. represented by S. Ilions of dollars may he whcn jt was larger American hc said. ground "Docs it mean medium bomb- ers are going to be used lo in- terdict supply lines? Docs it Pipeline To Hike Victoria Power House Banking Committee, in- terrupted a speech by the com him I was a member nf the "1 told him it was useless to Patterson, chamber SLtl-miUinii figure would emerge. i II nuu rt b li-ecn ny Hie Com- ritir.i um-< mittce chairman, Kcp. Wright I I IK I HER Prcclale he lvouW Pul Patman, D-Tex., when Patman mentioned the purported mci- coni in ihaU I "o W William McKinlcy of co- urnhmcfie. LUIIIMUU. tlliu IJI.H I yyiljll rn-irU r'nin-. a. Ollru'mf? m hfi s Ulf (if IL': .i.-...... ______. _. i i, Clear to partly cloudy Tucs- the papers hc had brough' and not go any further. "He said he had not consid- [hcsc mallors, hm hc of mv told thc mostly have a ry after saying that to, IS Kxpcctcd Tues-jhave heard nothing more from action by the bankers' lobby" y High, there has been no attempt of thc highway anil roads loungmp1 in the shade ot bis governmtnl mitlce. {...CKCC in Ihe said ollt (c cach ---....................jhecoiildn t care less .Seminole. Sharing in thc award All we want is lo be left arc [m in Klorida jiilonc, said the 78-year-old in Oklahoma. -Inarch of a Scrnmolc faction; Bllt in ,hc Kvcrglailes Mika- Conferees Okay Federal Kjii.se tribe. spokesmen said proved last week by the Federal Poiver Commission. The loop pipeline construe- San Antonio district called on ed he become director of a ion will mclucle 55 miles of M- bank. Gonzalez said he told the inch pipe in Texas. A portion of this construction will be in Jackson County, visitor directors usually ni-n Pre Sunset Tuesday. Wednesday. sider himself a paragon because1 must wait 'of what he did. ''If the day hasjyear. Kea come when we have lo get me- House conferees dais for a decision like this, welhopcd lo call the hill up in IhaVacres except hunrisc a( prcny jlc ibranch Tuesday or Wednesday. Iremily. January nextjacrcs of land laken from them military force." That in- snid they eludes all Florida's 50 million the I INDEX northern ex- When Gonzalez sal down one Senators said the .Senate woiiid Kffic Knoivlcs, attorney fur promptly after House pas-ilhc Seminolcs, said ihe tagt. 'ttep will for i !Sce SOLON, I'agt 5)   

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