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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 11, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 96 TELEPHONE HI S-US1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1964 ESTABLISHED 1816 1Q PagCS----5 Cetltl Cyprus, Turkey Okay Peace Plan Makarios' Position Endangered Turks Issue Stiff Conditions PROPOSAL Decision Near On Districting WASHINGTON leaders were retried near agreement Monday niglil on a NICOSIA, Cyprus   Cy-lcompromise proposal aimed at prus and Turkey agreed Mon-islowing coui't-orclci'cd rciippor- day to a United Nations call forjtionment of slale legislatures on a cease-fire on Die embattled.a population basis, island. Bui Turkey laid down! The proposal, worked out in sliff conditions and a Turkish ['our days of conferences in air raid brought fears in Nico- which Solicitor General Archi- bald Cox took part, may be ac- ceptable to President Johnson. sia that the cease-fire would dissolve in now conflict. Turkey announced it would Plans are to atlempl lo attach agree to halt attacks only on Ihei't lo 'he foreign aid conilition lhat Greek CypriotKion bill now before lhe Senate, forces withdraw from positions Couched in legal language, the in and around Turkish villages. would direct lower fed- Fnrlhermorc, it warned (bat to lake into account Turkish planes would fly recon- naissance missions over Cyprus, 10 Wounded all of the legitimate difficulties surrounding reapportionment in considering any case. The altack by two Turkish1 ]t also would'direct Ihe courts jets on lhe village of Polis was''1} makm8 Uie-ir decisions to con- in the area where the Turkish air force had been raiding since last Saturday. It came before Turkey's cease-fire announce- ment. The Greek Cypriot gov- ernment said ID persons were wounded, but Turkey insisted the planes were on reconnais- sance and never fired a shot. While Greek and Turkish Cyp- riots with guns at the ready withheld their fire, the cabinctl of Archbishop Makarios, thej Creek Cypriot president, was sider the question of adequate time to carry out their orders, the difficulties of drawing new boundary lines, and the near- ness of regular elections. While the term is not men- tioned in the language, the ef- fect would be to admonish the courts (o follow the "deliberate speed" principle laid down by the Supreme Court in its 1054 school integration opinion. tf final agreement on the lan- guage is reached, the compro- mise would be substituted for a proposal by Senate Republican Leader Everett M. Dirkscn of Illinois to stay all court-ordered legislative rcapnortionmcnts un- til after a stale has had two legislative sessions in which lo consider Ihe matter. This would mean delay of two lo four years and, meanwhile, efforts would he under way to amend the Constitution to nullify the court's ruling. Council Election Oct. 20 at Port Attempts To Block Act Falter Jurist Denies Rights Order WASHINGTON (API-Justice Huge L. Black of Ihe Supreme Court refused Monday la block enforcement of the public ac- commodations section of the new Civil Rights Act. The jurist turned down a re- quest by an Atlanta molel and a restaurant there for an order staying effectiveness of a deci- sion thai the section is constitu- tional. The two (inns said in petitions put before Black dial Ihey would be irreparably injured ii they were not granted a stay pending final action by the full Supreme Court on appeals to be VISD Buys Site For New School filed later. Never Integrate In Atlanta, the restaurant owner, Lester Maddox, said em- reported badly split over where Monday night accepted (o look for friends in the crisis.'ignalion of Councilman-; ale News PORT Council Ihe res- plialically thai his establish- ment would never integrate, while the head of the motel, Morelon Rolleston, said the courl order would be obeyed. "I was shocked to hear others extending the opinion thai 1 must as an American forego my rights under Hie Constitution and become subservient to those who demand that I must surren- der my rights as an American anil my said Mad- ilox. "We will never integrate. Pickrick will never integrate." Asked if he would close his restaurant, Maddux said, "I think Ihe federal government will close ray establishment." I Really Hurl "We arc just really hurt lhat jour government will tell us lhat ;we no longer can be free as ;Americans and no longer can 'we select our he jsaid. "It's im-olunlary servi- tude; it's slavery of the first or- limmavy budget and set Aug.jder, it shows 'complete, uttci 24 as date of its public hearing, disregard for Ihe Uniled Slale: COURTHOUSE BLOCK County Takes Final Steps For Buying City Property C5 J 1 J Ci'owdecl Conditions GHUIKS Advocate Slalf Writer Victoria County Commission- ers Court cleared its list of legal and financial requirements Mon- day toward buying the city's halt of the courthouse block, and now can only await Ihe scheduled acceptance of its 000 bid for the property at the Victoria Cily Council meeting Aug. 24. Acting on advice of Van II. Howard, San Antonio public fi- nance consultant, the commis- sioners court unanimously adopted an order for the issu- ance of a lime warrant carrying three per cent inlcresl and another order appropriating moment improvement fund to pay for the property. The first order officially was to authorize issuance of of Victoria County courts anil office building site warrants and levying Ihe necos- ssary and a sufficient lax lo pay Ihe interest on and prin- cipal of such warrants as the same matures." The tax levy will be for 10 cents on Hie assessed valuation and will re- lire the wiii-ronls in one year without any increase ill (he over-all county tax vate. The second order was cap- lioned FIX "authorizing the conn- ly judge to submit a sealed projiosal to the city of Victoria !mlf of the coin (house square in the city of Victoria appro-! prialiiiK SIM.OOO oul of Ihe per- manent improvement fund of: Victoria County for the pur- pose of paying parl of Ihe pur- chase price of said site if pur- chased by the county; proviil- Angry In nonstop sessions for two s. right-wingers looking to- Greece and left-wingers (he Soviet Union ex- -nged angry words, inform- 3 said. It seemed certain .Iman-at-Largc Cornelius, passed a res- olution declaring two vacancies exist and set Del. 20 as dale of election to fill the vacancies. Council also approved a pre tend the Aug. 24 hearing, to be The decision upholding valicli- held at Cily Hall Annex at the section was by a spe- p.m. to register any sugges- i, vi I alii' j I Hi. I Makarios' position as Cyp- Y fill I M not leader would be endangered] by lhc dramatic events of the'j -i T past four days of Turkish airi LOJliJ O J ypriot another urgent! K-lAjI Icl attacks. The Greek Cypri ment demanded uuuus UUIWL'CII mlll-i 1 ,11 night and 4 a.m. Monday (making lhe long journey from At U..NV headquarters in New Fl'ancc.' York, Secretary General U what life is CVIMilJS. m Vlclona' Texas- Citizens are invited to Constitution." lions or protests lo Ihe city's fiscal plan. ?'a', 'hree-judgc federal tribunal! in Atlanta. The cases represent- ed (he first tests under the new Cornelius, who resigned unlay following his move to' in a memorandum is- Vicloria, is the second m wilh hjs rp- man to move away before ex- f1' A llllllclal piralion of his term of enforcement of one of the! liockdale Works July I. (however, with the According lo charter and also wilh lhc US council may fill one vacancy byisolicitor general, "as lo the wis- appoinlmenl, hut where two va-ldom of having the specific con- cancics exisl simultaneously, [slilulional issues here involved an election is mandatory. jdecidcd at as early a dale .is 51 i Mavor Hudv H _ Pierre ill years old, will ar-, elc from the county's per- for Ihe purchase of the Paraglider Washed Up HOUSTON, TEI. (Al') The failure of the I'arn- gliiler Insl Friday in Ms flrsl manned tes'f knocked the spacecraft landing device out of lhc Gemini program. Paul llaney, Mnniicil Center public af- fairs officer, .said Monday tkie big, hal'Wing-likc Para- gliiler not he used lo bring the Gemini spaee- erafl to a land landing. iVorlh American Aviation Corp. won a contract for morn than SZI) million to lie- vclop tlie triangular inflat- able wing in the hope it would allow the space cap- sule to conic lo a selected land landing. Itaney said Gemini aslro- naul.s and .spacecraft will relnni In carlh by parachute and lam! in the water, as all iMeriMiry space flights did. iMilk Conlrtu'l Is Awarded My I'AT WTITK Ailvncale Slatf Writer Trustees of the Victoria In- dependent School District, fac- ing a booming enrollment at all ing the method and manner of levels, Monday approved the. Die closing of Ihe transaction if purchase of a ID-acre site just such site lie purchased in con- beyond the northern edge o( the formily with Ihe county's bid, city limits for a future olcmen- niwl making other certain find- tary school. ings anil determinations of and pertaining lo (he subject." The time warrant order set forth that the Commissioners existing counly (Sri! COUNTY. i-onrlhonse is not It WHS piirduised from I h e Krnlz Kslale for The site, deslgnaled Lot of the- F. M. l.eary Subdivision, is on l.eary Lane and Is near Negroes' Move To Placedo OK'd liy HllllCK t'ATl'ON Ailvucnlc Sliitt Writer Permission lor approximately 20 students of nil-Negro Hatch- ell Elementary School in Bloomington to attcnil Placedo Elementary School this fall was granted Monday night by the Hoard of Education o! Bloominglon Independent School District. A small delegation appeared before the board asking that the transfer be authorized. However, after the unanimous board vole was taken, Honald U. Peck, hoard president, made it clear that any sludent.s or prospective students of llatcbelt se in cL-uicr o( ;l fast-growing population, truslce.s said. i II is 1.1 miles east of Slanly jSehool, anil lhe same distance inorth of Smith Scrool. The new j.sfhiml, when completed, will ilii'lp relieve over-crowded condi- nt both Sianly and Smith. I Homl Issue I'limnrd {'on.slrtii'lion of (lie new school wmild he financed by a new bond issue, to be offered lo tax- payers probably sometime in Appearing before lhe hoard IMii. The bond issue would al- were Mr. and Mrs. Vance include a combination high run, 0. H. Franklin anil Alviivschool and intermcdiale (junior Mumphoril, all uf whom ari-'high school) planl, and expun- rcsidenls of Pluci'dn or the of both Dudley Elementary immediately surrounding it. [School and the proposed ele- Mnmphord denied thai Ihi-lmentary school in Highland Es- request was influeiieeil by lhe rccetit of Hie Civil Highls Hill. Ilerron, who dill talking, noted merelv lhat it lermedialc Schools and then would Lc much easier' for school district's big lo send their children I.. to   r, foree5 would enter into a more WASHINGTON   Prcsi-posHive dialogue with hw dent Johnson signet! Monday the Church. Asia Resolution hospital district boundary' and-Harry Goldwaler urged upon' "We would never have hail for a hill lhal would he pre-ilhe nation Monday a policy of Korea had we not very blithely lie said, however, for the ben- to legislature "peace through lo the world thai it great and universal question.." ;1 wouldlwas outside our he The pontiff decried eommun- misting 01 his unlty work; ,s nol War II. said. i.sm and atheism, yet held 0111'plIrV i Trrn Powcr.. 'o Die ami fiimmissionerilhc Korean conflict and the "Am! we arc in Viet lo- J ll-lm In Fnr-n.il I on business The Itcnry iVilschcrlings of Vallejo, Calif, and Mrs. .lake Chandler, also of Vallejo in lown lo visil rela- tives Bruce Smith, talented Trail Theater actor, inadvertent- ly omilled from a culline Sim- day, when he appeared with Miss Sharon .McC'ray. ers and high government offi- cials. He said all Americans can be proud lhat democracy has once again demonslratcd its capacity to act swlflly and decisively against aggression. He pledged lo use the powers given him by the resolution "with all tlie wisdom and judg- menl that God grants VATICAN CITY (AP) Popejcal guidelines for his reign, now Church concerning both ness of itself, renewal of lhe lo complete Markowsky's term since he (Dietzc) is vir- tually assured of being elected to the [lost in (he general elec- ;tion in November. There is no: republican candidate. Representatives of lhc ;Arca Ilospilal Study Committee [will be asked to meet with the jcourt Wednesday lo discuss Ihe 'proposed hospital project, need I Cottuni.ssioner Herbert Itup- suhool siipcrinlcndiinl's nf- yc.-ir delivery (See MOVK, I'nKi- f.) 'trucks were ncixlcd lo meel the jcrowdci! schedule. Delivery of tlin milk must he Lmaiie R and 10 a.m. lhe schools. (..'issinan .said he felt lhal three trucks conlil handle the I SIT HOAItll. 31 Liinguam- may be ,1 ve- hicle of IhiniKfil, lju( in snnu' casi-s il is jusl an cnijity CY for change am! resistance tolpcrt of Yoakum said it was his change. He pledged lo go on with Church as sought by lhe Vatican church relorm and the search Ecumenical Council, and dial-jfor Christian unity begun by He called world peace "Ihei AI several noink Pnnc Paul1 1 several ope Of protestants Goldwatcr Suggests Toughening Muscles 'to1 understanding that the county and cily 'tf Cuero would he' nsked to help pay for field notes. WASHINGTON' (AT) lle-'and been prepari-d." he tolf in preparing a publican presidential than l.SOU cnunty officials. WT? i T WKA I iTuesday Gras of (Sec SflKHUT. 5) of the faith." jChurch reform by the f.i cal Council "cannot concern; _ Clear to partly cloudy and hot ci0lBr ,nr, cmccption! through Wednesday of the church Or its basic struc-j( Upholds Yorklown'current lighting in Viet Nam. day, fighting for what mine of us Golilwatcr lhal under have hccn told, lighting against Johnson "our guard is (lulrlwattr aild- dropping in every sense." "Hut this v.ould never have olic. The Church of Christ would bore the Latin tide "Ecclcsiam Suam" from its opening svords, meaning "His (Christ's) A broad outline of the world role lhal lhc pontiff sees for modern Catholicism, it was addressed to the Church's bish- ops. The Pope referred to It as a conversation, as an informal {message and as a set of pracli- p.m. and high at p.m. Tues- day with a low at a.m. and a high al a.m. on Wednesday. Barometric pressure at sea level: 29.06. Sunset Tuesday Sunrise Wednesday Thll Information bated on data from lhc U.S. Weather Bureau Victoria OHlee. utlerly collapse." His words were bound lo stir Americans, only when tile ene-' (iolihvaier gave his views at Estes was sentenced In serve my has thought us too weak lo the years after being convicted fight or when our will would not i Information Con- National Assoeia- spcculalion of a slowdown in 5 of M counts charging fraud'allow us lo light for cur free- tioii of Counties. updating process started hyjand conspiracy in the Pope John, Cut it appeared Pope Paul's aim was to put the process in focus, in effect to caution those who had lasted re- wilh farmers for mortgages on declared in senator (loldwater bore down on the his first formal situalion in .Southeast Asia, sug- nonexistenl fertilizer tanks. [speech as OOP standard bearer, gesling thai Communist doubt The transactions involved; "I believe, as ilo many, U.S. determination there led about J2-) million. The govern-'wc would nol have had World lo (he Norlh Vietnamese attacks form and thought of going to ex-iment said Estcs sold the morl-iWar II had America remained uu American in tremcs. gages lo finance companies. Islrong, developed new wcapons'Gulf of Tonkin.   

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