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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 9, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 15 119th 94 TELEPHONE HI "VICTORIA, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 9, ESTABLISHED ISIS 42 Pages SrS iTurk Attack Near, Poverty Bill Acl Hailed By President VVASINGTON (AD Pre.si- Idcnl Johnson's prize legislative [package the an- ttpovorty bill sailed through the Mouse on Saturday by a 181 roll-call vote. The '12-vote victory margin widely exceeded the predictions of House leaders, who had worked (or weeks to line up votes and looked for-a 10-voto edge. Unexpectedly strong support fiom Southern Democrats and Republicans helped account for 'Johnson's solid triumph. The Southerners provided nearly fid votes and the GOP chipped in 22 Forty Democrats voted wilh I'M Republicans against the bill Cyprus Aide Says Cypriote Await New Turk Foray (ireeks Told To iMove Hack NICOSIA, Cyprus (Al') A tense and bloodied Cyprus au-ailed a ncu-allark by A Turkish weekend on his ranch near John-! rc 1 WCCKC HI on n s i ancn near jonn-' I son Citv, Tex., (old a news con- ('m'k forence, "We have by this com-!   I At a late hour Kralp referred Orliaii Kralp, Ihe Turkish earlier suiemonl mid u.ate .leclared tluil "even-uldcd he assumed the Turkish Miine'the Cvpriot ambassadorships -h.il dreams up a'movemeut of haven 1 heard "llOIlt It. Bermuda Benefits of Rain Is Lashed By Storm iurKi.su warsiups w'o I Y in many lands lo find a system sliiml M 'f I 't fY it i C O i would relieve ihem from; i.'it erfc row U III We III II JUUbb juie oppression of poverty l Johnson, who paved a leading i ,1 .Irlu ading votes, had UKNKY WON'T .lit. Advocate Staff Writer f Ihe historic; 3X Ranch at jtion" to Ihc (leleKales. "Acctirding to a telephone received fi few mo- macle it clear lie regards the d." as'the moil important" legisla- made, 'day-long stra the worst he has sent lo Congress'rockel attacks on Gree aged lo hold their outside panel sea. IJrcnda's poorly defined eye, minor street damage had re-; passed right over'lhe tiny island] suited, largely in areas where of Bermuda, the Weather Bu-) paving and drainage rean said. Sustained winds ofjtion is under about 45 m.p.h.. with gusts up to.that the m.p.li., were recorded, Weather Bureau said. Hrenda developed without warning, Ihe same as Ahby, the season's first slorm, which, formed suddenly in the Gulf of[ Mexico on Friday and struck a weak blow at the Texas coast. to Mn prove troublesome in ncccpl ,hc Situat.oi, U.S. officials- n from office according to infin ma- hy one of filling) said (lie gravity of the sit- using nation is "not only one conccrn- effeclive iivo animals furnished by Cyprus bill the. United Na- Massey of Mnsseyltjons and the Charier, if we go I'isjincidci'alcd Ihe discussion, whichlhnck In the rule of (he jungle." (lornelius Quils 1'orl Council News henke POUT l.AVACA-Mayor Rudy Ucndon Saturday announced re- ceipt of the resignation of Simon Cornelius, city coiincilman-al- large. The letter, dated Saturday, addressed to Ihe city councilmcn nVi "i- a minimum of value 'loss if The other change would re- from Cyprus, and ciin-cd sooner or Inter Baliisek; lnv fm. (hnsc (hc said, and can hoi col reeled much Hc ,5 'in pro- said they knew of no orders for 1 'TeC MM yte iSed with! (Stp 5A' iral lhc "f tllc Ihc way Ihe newly installed drainage system worked though it is not ill full opera- lion yet. Many parts of (he! system have not been opened irr i heard irom I..IIVB cloudy anil warm Houston, last years wilh [cvv n. n n gl T- Becomes addressed lo Ihe mayor i'nlets caiinol lie Understudy lakes Role and therefore feel thai f should heavy water accumulations in nrima.y He was heat in cattle sales sponsored i ay temperatures: by N. K association; Carruthers nj w 7., and Kalcigh Hlarkwell.'memhership: Dial, TMas. won llu- nomination in Massey, hy-laws, and ,1. the runoff in July. notify you, inasmuch as my po- silion on the council is now! vacant as a mailer of law. "I have enjoyed servin the city council." some areas. "I haven't had a single rc- i port ol water getting into any- on one's home, however, and 1 would consider that a major Hendim. commenting upon improvement IJkvide Bifmca will he a bru- one of four servants of I'clru-] belli Jacques, nettc when "Taming of the Chi0 who Director McCally, parts. Shrew" goes into its ninth per- clone excellent work and In contrast lo Miss Itarton's formance in Devereux Play- a major contribution lo waist-length blonde hair anil house at Foster Field Sunday ,he success of Ihe show in their blue eyes, the new Dianca has (iliiicklt: i cloudy and warm Ihrough Mon- Thomas of Cuero mimim.tu g rnost. II was reported the associa- 'lion now has VI paid up mem- blTH. evening. i uc 11 M i if-; IIJAIJI the resignation, said: "I have "You couldn't say it (the dram- comic roles. Others arc -Jo Ann McCray, a pretty Cum Lmd i Gknor and 1 enjoyed working wilh Cornelius age system) worked peticcuj hrwii brunette who had these five Vears and I wish him because il isn't even complete, hcl. staRC roic ,L.. hni I don't think von could say C11V ;liorl brown hiiir and (Sn III I'age 3A) DcioT li'll ycnir trnu- Ijli-s half nl Ihem aren't ;.'J.'.1 Ihc .-'H.'-r half nrc ynn'i i' gelling uhiil is cnmilH! (n OffiiT Massey, who has charge of thc; National Brahman Sale at the .............mil evening show- ers and thuoilcrshowers. High Sunday !XMW. Saliirday temperatmcs: High the best of luck." im because u isn t even compieie, first stagc lr but I don't think yon could say "nrigadoon" al il worked poorly either. Of [oria njgi, School, will you'll gel some decided- lhc roic of lasl Vic-, take jly differing opTnions from a few: '.Sunday i and next Friday night perfor-' mancLS. The opportunity is something of a reward from Director Charles McCally for hard work L. 0 Throckmorton, the dcpendahilily, not lo inen- as Cily contractor charged wilh: lion a considerable degree of Ihe tlieft by false pretense of .budding talent. from W. M. .Murphy In the lirst play of Ihe was released from county jail Shakespeare Festival, "A Mid morning afterj.summer Night's appearance Sharon was imdcrsr.udy to Miss Barton in the role of Ilcrmia, Theft Suspect Freed on Bond Mrs. Hoy Schcrrr at HI 5-59J4 and Mrs. Grady Yarhoroiigh al HI 5-2773 taking reservations for Ihc Women's Luncheon Club special guest night program, next Friday at p.m. at American Legion Hall at which lime Glyn Turner, history and O iTspokcsman for the sheriff's one'of ihi quesi iino n hiriiiVinuvoe'lorfici' s'liil Tin ockinorton tn fhcscus and Hip tractor in charge of construe-. polytn. lion of the liurger-Chef lies- he current production she tauranl at Navarra and been a member of thej .River .Streets, was released .dance group and taken Ilic role aflcr Die bond was approved by .of. Phillip, a servant of Pctru- i" ihn cimi-iff ii fiivnstnn ilie'Ciio, while undcrsludying Miss lo cecbratc Ins birthday Mon-i'he slienlf a l.aueston. me Aiv Alice riarvcl imprcs-'counlv scat of his home conn- m inc roic 01 liianca nay 'Uite i Sundav and Friday evenings the sing friends with her warm 'two w'ill swilch duties on stage smile anil Mrs. Lucille Hill- According lo County Ally. the stein gelling compimonls for.W. W. Kilgiue, Throckmorlon terday Jim Bauer call- ing a meeting of Ihe member- ship of Sun Valley Country Club Monday at p.m. The Kcv. J. C. Fc-lficr getting ready her cheery greetings the Vcrnon Fowlers of San Antonio in town for a recent visit Cheryl linbcl of Cttcro in tov.'n is accuseit of ohtaining Ihe money from Murphy, finaneer servant and member of the chorus. money irom Murphy, nuancer, of the restaurant mnsinu-imn by claiming that he had paid CllCryl 01 IJI uy umu ill; utiu for a visit with Rachel Ilrabo-jall the bills and wanted to be vsky Diivhl home reimbursed. TNDRX low 71. llainfall "luring past 3r, hours: State Fair of Texas in OclolMirlj; 14 inches; total for yo.'ir to sponsored by Ihe Texas inches, rnan Association, said head have been consigned arid that (he fciilure altraclion is m i-d lo creati- considerable inter- est. on leave before going .overseas lo Germany and Hill Ilrani of Inez in town from service on leave before assignment in France. Kilgore il was later learned that none of the bills had been paid by Throckmorton and that he allegedly lhc money for his personal IUN ivomtn'j' logy .....IA nealh otaul A BCllCI 2-1 FdiU" nirlhf 1A Jlwiki FUN >T___ II-I2-I1A Spnrh vici FOU MC- Cray, who has played a variety of minor rolo.s this summer while serv- ing as understudy for leading roles in Shcakespcarc Festival (ilays, tffls ;i chance to move into the limcliglil Sunday anct Friday evenings as a re- ward fur her hard work. The 17-ye.ar- nUI Victoria High Schnol si-niiir will liianca in two pi-i fiirinanccs of Hie (Advcicale PIlDtu) Port [.avaca Port inr at II: il ind u :-2H p.m highs nt p.m. Sunilay and liMo a.m. i.Monilay. Hi ahmrm judging will bcnin al Barometric pressure at sea !i a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 15, level: in the Livestock I'avilion. The, Sunset Sunday: Sunrise Side will lie at :i p.m. Monday The membership also decided -IHK inintiruiion m.e'i 
                            

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