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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 10, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 95 TELEPHONE HI 5.1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1964 ESTABLISHED 1846 14 Cents U.S. Planes ShadowBox With MIGs SAIGON, South Viet N'amlolher air-to-air (AP) U.S. jets scrambled to meet Chinese Communist M1G iighloi-s flying toward South Viet Nam from Peking's Hainan missiles to have and been were reported close enough to establish posi- ivc radar identification. U.S. Air Force fighters Island the past several days but I from the Da Nang air base and no clashes occurred, military U.S. Navy and F8 jets from sources said Sunday night. the 7lh Fleet carriers Ticonder- The report said Hie biggcsljoga and Constellation parti- sframble took place Saturday [cipatcd in the alerts, lhe infor- when 30 U.S. jets moved out (o'mants said, meet a flight of Chinese fight-1- It was the first reported ac- ers. Hainan is across the Gulf of lion by Heel Chinese forces since Tonkin from North Viet Nam ,lhc sea actions against U.S. des- Violence Fatal to 33 Texans Traffic Toll Readies 20 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic accidents and bursts f gunfire were lhe principal killers in Texas over the second weekend of August as deaths by violence look a heavy toll. A shooting in San Antonio, in- volving a World War II Medal of Honor winner, look three lives. Three Fort Worth people were killed near Hillsboro when their automobile struck a bridge jabulmcnl. In all, persons died traffic claiming 20 lives Turk Jet Attacks Stir War Fear Over Cyprus The tentative Communist (rovers and North Vietnamese halted when the MIGsllor cdo boats and subsequent] wont into a holding pattern 'U.S. air strikes against North shcrt of South Victm and Samese torpedo boat insl m Urowmngs. slab- the Fc, i Cliimi Sea, the infor- The report from Du Nang mants said. came as Saigon held an hour's U.S. jets and Communist.air raid alert, its first since fighters have not actually meliWorld War II when U.S. planes but made radar contact, mili-lbomued the Japanese-occupied lary sources said al Da Nangjcity. an 'advance military base. i Premier Nguyen Khanli Thc U.S. fighters were creed a stale of emergency equipped with Sidewinder and (See U.S., Page 8) Rail Negotiations Backed by Board 2 Sisters Killed Killed were two small sisters, and Dernice Cooper, 8 and years old, respectively, and [Freddie Norwood, 43. The chil- dren's in other, Mrs. Perlie Brown Cooper, 30, was in criti- cal condition. Other injured were Hufus Williams, 22, driver of the car; Lollie Roncy Jr., 3C, jand Freddie Cooper. 7. All were 'from Fort Worth, Donald li. Tin-ley, 22, of Fort ;Worlh was killed Sunday in a icar-liuck collision on Slate just north of Blue Mound in JOHNSON CITY, Tex. Sheet Metal Work-jTarranl County. Occupants of A presidential emergency icrs International AssocialioniUic pickup truck escaped scri- bonrd recommended Sundayjand Internationa! Brotherhoodjous injury, thai major railroads negotiate aiof Firemen and Oilers. James D. Gruff, 30, a sailorj job protection agreement with! The report was issued bylslalkmed al Orange, was 150 000 shop workers. White House press secrelaryiS u n d a y when his automobile 1 film Tililnl. tmrUi (jf Troop Landing Charge Denied NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) Turkey sent til jet fighters in waves of allneks on Hie northwest eoast of Cyprus Sunday that left a .string of Cheek Cypriul villages in flanics with many (lead or wounded. The Greek Cypriol government dial Tur- key had followed up by sending four destroyers offshore and two of Iliem had, begun landing troops and ma- lerials in the northwest const-11 al The Turkish government nied this. Thc Greek govern-] backed the Greek nent first backed the Greek.] Cypriol charge, then announced! It'hail no firm information about r U.S. lo Intervene Wurn 1'alienee TUOUUUi SPOT General iii-ea of Mediterranean where peace is Ihroat- ened is shown on newsmap. For tin: third straight diiy Turkish jets 'of Cy- The six shop crafl unions in- volved in the dispute and the George E. Ilecdy while Prcsi- overturned five miles north dent Johnson was at his Texas .Orange at the intersection blasted the northwest Sixth Fleet Task Force eoast -f.....- pi as. The U.N'. Kccui'ity Council called for a cciise-fivc. The black areas are former British sovereign bases established when Britain gave its rights on (he island. l railroads have 30 days to negoti- ate an agreement on the basis of tile recommendations. If no agreement is reached by then the unions, which function' through the Railway ployes' Department of the AFL-; CIO will be free to strike andijT" Ihc carriers to alter II conditions. The six unions involved repre- sent about one-third of all non- ranch home. lU.S. and West Bluff Road. Phillip Payne, 16, of San Mar- O 'I icos was kiUe-.l Sunday when the If) >P11 IcHMOS (jil'l 'b'cyclc hefvas riding was struck A :by a car Interstate 35 in San NAPLES, Italy (AP) A car-1 ricr task force of Ulc U.S. Ml, I Boating Mishap sailed ahead of schedule Tony LoBuc, 49, drowned in Italian port jboatmg accident mi in mc midst of the Turk and Greek in Texas Stage Own Blood Letting any Turkish troop landings Despite the Turkish denial, the Greek Cypriol govcrnmenl asked the U.N. Security Council to meet to hear Hie new charge of troop landings. Greece at first joined the Greek Cypriol request for a council meeting, then withdraw. Vessel in Area........................ A spokesman for lhe crisis "because oiu1 pa- peace force on Cyprus said is wearing thin." Then a vas known some vessel was of Greek air force jcls lhe area of Hie reported lnnd-jficw Hie island in a show of ngs but Hint was all he knew 'Wearing Thin' ATMKNS, Greece, (AP) Greece asked the United Slntes on Sundav to Intervene in the S PALACIOS Patsy Sliimek, ilor's Bayou Sunday, about 15 imiles southwest of Beaumont. Lohue was a lieaumont lounge ,i Ivory Glenn Wehb, fl, was Cyprus crisis. A fleet spokesman said thej lask force was made up of the queen of the first annual St. The dispute, which began in Anthony's Shrimporee here Sun- October had its origin morning. Lelloy Malhis, ham, died of a San Antonio 35, of Bren- the sweeping technological Michacl not dis organizational changes of victoria, Alamo explained v _f .1.. n--. I., r, f Tex., man, 'oy Hammonds, 22, ly of injuries suffered asi was in hit a bridge nt near Omaha have adversely affected roil-jai tnc blessing of the fleet, be-! road employment in the last (o first time years. ceremony has been performed, The emergency board has'in the San Antonio Diocese. been considering the case since A large crowd of spectators Salvador Juarez, Spring, diet! Saturday shot wound. Suicide'was ruled Twenty-three-year-old Iseralcr1Si March 17. i watched lhe ceremony and Thc board parade from each side for job protection would extend I of the turning basin. All types lo job losses, dislocalions ami of boats participated in the pa- demotions resulting from aulo-irade. A contest was held for motion. the decorated ones. These would include a five-: The program also included a year guaranty of his former dinner, various games lo a man whose wages or work and a dance, conditions are reduced as a re-i Attending the qi suit of such change, and alprincesses Helen Doli monthly allowance of per j Molly Garcia, and cent of former earnings for Claiborne, Teresa Espi-JSauirday A justice of the a lo five years if he loses his job.jnosa, Mary Rose Mireles and The six unions arc (ho Inter-! Billie Sue Hoach. national Brotherhood of Boiler1-----------------------.....-.........-------- Makers way some of them armed with1 Ics. force's destination disclosed. Nor was it' ,vhy lhe ships left' for the open Mediterranean i hurriedly. The units had been scheduled ;to leave port Monday. A ficcl had said Sunday DALLAS As Turks ami (iirrks spillnl bluncl in I heir over Cyprus, tcehnlcitins hi Dallas Hnl- unluy took hlncul from R Turk to keep u Greek olive. Mnvk 1) o w I H, wliosn Greek name is Evimjjclns IMnrkns Milielis, n ynar-ohl stMiiiir al ArlliiHton Stale College near here when lie hit hy leuke- mia It weeks ago. Treatment of tho deuilly ilificnsc ns coinitle.ss blood transfusions. Krai ICrdogilu, 25, n mcc'lintiicHl slit- (liMil nl Soullicrn MdtlnxLisl University, luiil never inut UowMng. Mill he heanl ithnul Mark's case, he wanted ID htootl. a Greek doesn't make him sitiy less said Krul. After giving a pint ot blood, slill n IHllc slinky, wcnl to Mark's hos- pital room to meet him. "I want you to know Mint 1 am ashamed of what Is Koing on in sahl Erol. "I feel cxurdy tlic same snid Mcirk. "Thai Is ridiculous fur Greeks and Turks lo lie kill- ing eiifli other, People nrc loo tuititmalisllc. They figlit over siniill things." Since Murk's mother in Greece had liecu exchang- ing letters with Dallas sculp- tress Mrs. Jacques Howling. Murk ciimc lo (lie United Stales five years ago lo study biology, Mrs. Dow- ling form (illy nitopteil lit in. iboiit the Greek Cypriol cliargc. Grceco had protested Ihc Turkish air iillucks on Cyprus The Turkish air raids ,01't of Ihc Turkish Cypriol m'-Ua'riior'in day niul warned of i possible rclaliallon. Hirec KorclRii Minister Slavros Cos- Ihroughoul hority in Ihc communal' third stirred capitals Ihroughoul( the; lhc (light of world. A Greek Cypriot of Icui wns "Greece's presence could casualties among Orcck Cypri- hut save no breakclown to the planes did not (Ire al any tar- I of a''110 cnanScs to sa" nf i mm 'earlier or lo revise operating UI  n lhe sh'P's swimming ble experiences of Iheir lives at the National Scout Jambo- reltc in Surinamc. Included in the group were 10 Boy Scouts Iron1 Indianola Scout Dislrict ard their super- visors, Dislrict Scout Execu- tive John Duke and Explorer Advisor George Stephens. Whatever awaits the poo! Saturday there was assur- ance there would he some by the lime the ship settled on lhe high seas. Making first welcome to (he big fiBO-fool ship were Capt Odd Skoic of Norway, a veteran of 39 years at sea, and Alcoa's .Point Comfort Operations Man- iagcr, T. F. Anderson. II didn't ning a week of luxurioius liv- ing aboard the ore carrier Naess Saturn which brings bauxite to Texas for Alcoa's Point Comfort operations, but which also carries 12 passen- gers in grand style regularly. Arne Sandeik, who is in charge of lhe dining room. Traveling as guests of Alcoa (o lhe Jamborette the scouts get the same treatment regular passengers on these ore carriers receive. This means chargeltncnl wanted Hio United Slates fcvcrisluo do to ease the worsening sil- powcrs have failed fur, as and Turkey, promised lo said Cos- Trealy Organisation topoulos. "If they don't, then (he situation will deteriorate. Hut lhc Greek government is al- diplomatic maneuvering aroundjualion. the world had seemed to aj "The big situation threatening to act in the crisis so partners, in war. Thc U.N. Security Council and (See TU11K, Page 8) tempting to avoid this." GROUI' MND1NG TflK WEATHER lied Propaganda Blamed For Death of Kennedy Clcar to partly cloudy Monday through Tuesday, with Ihc: chance of an isolated afternoon jor evening thundcrshowcr. Mosl- ily southerly wintls, m.p.h. at night, and m.p.h. daytime. Expected Mon- day temperatures: l-ow 75, bigh leased Sunday, 00. position on Boarding at 2 p.m. Saturday, P'cnly of lime to sleep (Break- Ihc boys found a dclicioius is not until 8 or 0 a.m.) fel awaiting even before Iheyisupcrb cabin service, had their slate rooms picked! (Sec SCOUTS, I'agi lunch ige 8) Soulh Central Texas: Clear lo partly cloudy Monday and Tues day with a few afternoon and evening Ihundcrsh'owers near the coast. High Monday M-102. Sunday temperatures: Low 76, high 91. Tides (Porl Lavaca Porl WASHINGTON 'AP) The Communist background as H Committee on Un-Ameri-lcliscussed the murder and rlc- tivities blames lhe thai Congress a of President John FJaw making lhe assassma ,0 House can A Kennedy on Uic propaganda and a president or vice president a agilalion campaigns Communist party. of the federal crime. In a preface to the report. the question 'whether Ihe assassination President Kennedy was an indi vidual act or spiracy results in certain of our citizens our laws, and engaging in other itrailorous aclivities. Willis said Kennedy was slain Thc widely accepted theory in h a marl .Vhosc life and con- official Washington is thai _ hy hjs own admissions Harvey Oswald, although a 5ctior1s _ Was shaped proclaimed Marxisl, was a by Communist propa- who acted out of his .n cn a O'Connor area at abcrralions he fired The'chairman said lhat per- pm and a.m. Tuesday, lhnl killed Kennedy in h lllc Kennedy assassination highs at p.m. and Tex., last Nov. 22. if, EN ROUTE TO JAMRORETTK Those Boy Scouts are among a group of 10 that left Saturday for Suri- namc, Soulh America, to attend the National Scout Jamborette. They sailed on the ore carrier Naess Saturn, which had brought bauxite for Alcoa's Poinl Comfort operations. From left arc Carl Horroth of Lolita, DoWitl George of Port Lavaea, and Larry Griffin of Seadhft. a.m. Tuesday. liaromclrlc pressure al scu level: '29.03. i Sunset Monday sunrise i Tuesday This infiKcnaucjn on dAla I r n ru the US. Wcalher Victoria Office. 1 Wntbcr CUlwhlci, i) A presidential headed by Chief ppcned commission during past years, the American Justice Karl1 people, as a whole, had worked Warren expected to announce harder to disclose (he lies and that conclusion ncxl month in half-truths in domestic Coin- its report on the assassination, inm.ist propaganda so that our Thc House committee con- youth would not be misled by stantiy emphasized Oswald'siil."   

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