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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 12, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 97 TELEPHONE III 5-HSI VICTORIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 19G4 Established 34 Cents giiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiimnitiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH For Better Or Worse! CHICAGO Mohorc, :i2-j'car-old carpenter, said Tuesday lie loved liis wife, Cecelia, 28, and rather than submit In a divorce, he said he has sinned his wife's Ill-point iirouram for reconcil- iation. iMoberi; ngrccil to hold a '10-hour job 52 weeks of the year; guarantee Cecilia S12r> weekly; run up no personal debts; join no hunting or fishing clubs; lei Cecilia handle all financial mailers; Joint shopping for family necessities; hold lo a family budget; recogime that his immediate fam- ily comes first and that he will spend more lime with his wife and two children; "cooperate in any- thing and "iilainfnin an open door policy for all relatives and be dressed properly for any occnsiun and maintain "a Stl-iiO marriage contract at all limes.'1 The Alohergs have been married four years. After Alohorg signed the agreement, his at- torney, Norman Becker, told the court, "Judge, if 1 was subject lo those rules, I would jump off Hie luiililing." Bcrlier is a bachelor. Johnson Terms Greece Split On Cyprus U.N. Appeals For Flight Hall NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) A sharp split between Greece and President Makarios of Cyprus! was reported from Athens Tues- day night But Ihe Greek gov- ernment pledged full support lo Cynrus in view of Turkish air, raids on the Mediterranean is-1 laml. Makarios declared in a broad- cast In thc Greek Cvprinls that be will fight on "alone or wilh, others" to achieve victory. And the Cypriot ambassador pressed: charges of Turkish violation ofj (he U.K. cease-fire before Die l.'.iV. Securilv Council in New York. With Ihe consent of (he 11; memhers, council President Siverl A. Nielsen appealed to all nations concerned in thc crisis to cud flights of planes over Cy- prus that would imperil thc cease-fire. Attack Unknown Athens government-controlled: radio said the Greek Cypriots al- FV Q tack on Turkish Cypriots in i 1 Cl k_J Li northwest Cyprus last week was I launched without consultation' --------------.........i wilh the Greek government (AP) Presi- a possible 90 per cent rcduclioiiiSalurday, had warned it hope in _deliverablc nuclear capacity.inni a second go-round. 4 Ambitious' Budget I Antipoverty Bill Okayed By 1 f j_ tor Lity Set For New Work WASHINGTON (AP) Con- gress responded Tuesday to election year urging awl ok'd President Johnson's "war on n S947.5-million program sure (o figure as an is- sue in the fall campaigning Senate passage, after some-i what reluctant acceptance ofj House amendments, completedj ticiion on Johnson's high priori-j ty nntipoverty bill disdainful-] ly bran tied a.s "Madison Avcn ue" legislation by Republican presidential nominee Barry Golrf water. 'Die Arizona senator was not present during the voice vote I approval, but had voted and spoken against it when the Sen-[ ate passed H originally. j i Took No Chances j Senate Democratic leadci'.sl decided not to take a chance on i sending the bill (o the House .again and made no fight against I amendments providing for a loyalty oath and giving govcr- j nors veto power over some pro- ijects. leaders it) the House, which aPProvctl lht measure 22G to The attack brought air incomc (ils lurkish jet.s on Ihe Greek.cllt pvbntually as he declared by Ti Cypriots, precipitating lion ween members of the Atlantic liance. siuia-l (that thc nation's military Johnson spoke to (he National: Ren. John G. Tower of Texas Association of County officials, j reflected the view of many ftc-j "Our resources are commil-i publicans in culling Ihe antipnv-i will be kept al a peak, om- sacrifices arc bill "a politically The President said Ibis beforciour vigil is Jobn-icloction-year bill." same audience which heardison said, "so thai Ihere shall he' Major Victory _ jSen. Barry Goldwater say Mon-'no win lor aggression in our! The vote represented a major Atnens Kadip sau the tlie Democrats have sojtimes. I victory for Johnson, who had Lypriol allack on [tie the "arsenal for the! "since we Inve worked'kepi pressure on members ofj Cypriols so alarmed of freedom" thai hard, lo strengthen the'Congress to approve thc pro- George Papandremi of Greece United Stales faces the for ,cacc is before going home for the! of going into the 1970's without a'that must always he Die campaign. the ll.v TOM M. I'THi Ailviirale Stud Wrllrr Ksliiruitcd loUil available funds foi1 tlio cily fin ovrr mark for the- first lime in the proposc'd Inulyct released Tuesday by City Manager This includes total general fund (tax and fee) uf water and sower department of SWiti.OOO and a (inning balance of Dialing I liv I From Ibis anticipated revc-l VJ11 j JL me, expenditures of On A caving an anticipated closing wlancc on Sept. SO, of lO-I.M. Althougli l.ce calls Die budgel 'an ambitious" one in pointing out (lint it allocates SZfjO.fKK) in new for im- proved street lighting, for additionul wntcr and swer) mains, and SZOO.tKX) to help meet an anticipated deficit in Undecided Notices Ready., Await Action that ho cabled Makarios: "I ex- press my deepest sorrow be- cause we have agreed diffcrenl-j----- ly and you have acled different- ly" i Hasty Trip j The splil may have been be-' hind tlic hasty trip to Athensj Tuesday by Spyros Kyprianou, single new manned bomber mir'land. '............I Congress must still' "We have also worked to (o the money: strengthen our separate legislation before; for only the strong can be anlipoverty program can in the' pursuit of he get under way. sajd I Major items authorized in action include a job corps and OWN a German Shepherd, lias no trouble when she wants a drink (if sho lias her own fountain. Her master. Harry D. Robertson of San Antonio, Tex., rigged up a spring- action valve ami a flat wooden handle for her. Il2idi learned to operate the fountain in less than a week. iimcm. assossmmils against pcvsonul I.OIIK llaiisc I' automobiles, Cily Manngei Jolm "Engmccrnii' studies will lie Ue h.r- expansion of both the water anil sower l.cc says In' Meanwhile. Tax Assessor-Col- disciiKsliig Ibc water and sewer! lector Tom Davis said the department. "No monies tax office stall already has pro- been specifically nllottcd the aiilmnobile lax .sliilc- this purpose in this budgel. menls for mailing. "Tlic present sewer plant wasl "We'll just hold them, and designed for a capacity of s.lijeMhcr mail them or dump them o clldllL-ll LS the major port of Iskondcrun. Meanwhile, Turkish Cypriols charged Tuesday thai a Greek national "f- il'alerson Police disregard for new weapons, our warplane allacUed a mostiuc in thc four main categories of through hefnrc Ihe end of The cily manager apparently j now eligible for such coverage home Ilascrke said, de- [cHs that this money could under new amendment to Ihe f v-uuj'i ijt-mJii HW...X, yeEII niihcjj K.I.! ii _N jliome repairs, home k, identify (he proposi land commercial construction. nrniccAs les at represents ahnut half the' sed channeled into gradual Security Act, sion of Ilic sewerage disposal j Cost lo Cily No injuries were reported.! Slainj) Hill to LIV) WASHINGTON Polc (AP) The slanip hi1 Goldwaler's statement was "not I "Taxes have been Ihc only without foundation but con-jPrcsidont said. "Federal spcnd- Irary lo Ihe facts." jing has been held down. We in-. II said that the administrationitcnd to make every effort _........__ [since has taken drastidkecp Uie hudgcl below bil-ij'.'Jn s roun'of ahoutjcomparod with units f-. (Stops to improve the capabilityilion again next year. i2iXI Negro teen-agers left a play-U'.M.507 lasl year. This is 45' The House accepted Hie Sen- jot forces, listed statistics on] "If prices remain stable, "K came out of a fewer houses than were built ale version of the measure, Imissile programs. 'they Ilud.v iMiiloeha explaining that; "The facts are that in 1970 we-'timies Ihe "Texas size mailbox" hciwill have a capability to deliver [some of July, 7f! oew arresieu ..evidences had been permitted, Gmssi slid inside the city limits at an es- {'ollso oscph GrosM Km, y neuuy families lo I'restdenl 1 f Johnson Tuesday. (See. JOHNSON, Page smashed. created is for a real "1 o n g on target two and one half limes) I six-foot) letter" and as many warheads as we had in llilarv Maiilu-u's offc'inr other and a greater number IIti excuses and uses for pie ere-lve have thc statement] A. LL, M al'on Mrs. SHieror saiil. j-''n.r fnr (he "lie- Golthvater's saidj i'.ii'1. s vi U P'if. the senator's 00 per cent cut; n Ti'iTor of Ilv-itsville Fri- forecast was based on public in- day at III 5-StM-l nrrl rctnind- formation about bombers, mis- ing thai reservations are shes and their payloads. Thursday .Mrs. Kdna Kile "You take what we've got and! back from Altus, Okla., where you take whal we're going to: she visited Airman antl and thai is the prices remain siauie, d.-mee "It came out of a Icwer nouses man were mini vvmion mu have, and prosperity con- sky" he said i in the city limits during which Johnson has called a key Hrraklng a mirror Is as it is, we want lo cut window of a bus and the .and flaschkc said lie felt t he part   Ijr Captured U.S. Pilot On Parade in Viet (inn is going on just outside cily limits, but these units do require a city permit and Tcfrire no figures are avail- Travis Kile and Mess said of Ilic figure Vickie Mrs. Helen Kraalz'Coldwaler used in the address, will he found by her friends at] Hess said no classified infor- Ihc home of her son-in-law andjmation was used in reaching thc figure. "It's just payloads times daughter, Mr. anil Mrs. Hmlilnck, at Gnailahipc Mrs. Neil Williams in line for birthday congratulations today Mrs. Claire Dicticl happy to be out of the cast from a broken wrist for a much heller vacation Mrs. Wayne Leslie al II! :H787 and Mrs. Willis Armstrong Jr. al HI 5-0120 head- ing tickel sales for Ihe Jaycee- Eltc's Slyle Show Thursday at a p.m. al Sun Valley Counlry Club Ctcvc Tenberg having to change his plans for thc day because of automobile failure Mrs. Martha Puckelt shop- ping for a special item Raymond Thompson encourag- ing" a bil of Ihrilt by helping Al Shocn- Hie storm he said. He said Goldwaler's research staff came up with the figure, tnd Ihe Republican presidential nominee did not add any dala from bis own sources. Goldwalcr is a member of Ihe Senate Armed Services Com TOKYO (AP) North Viel! liadio Hanoi had Mam announced Tuesday thai captured American fighler pilot was marched "pale, weary and awe-stricken" through Ibe strccls of Hon Gai afler be was shot down during the Gulf of Tonkin retaliatory raids. Radio Hanoi called the prison- er, LI. (j.g.) Everett Alvarez of San Jose, Calif, "the U.S. pi- earlier that Alvarez was a Home remodeling already is ahead of the 12- for al 341. The figure for was announced; Bcatlc, Gorilla Masks Hide Witnesses'" Faces planl and affiliated facilities, over a period of years, post- welfare Deparl- poning the lime when growth conduct the referendum, (he cily would nccessilale a mn-.' tr miljority (iu. dcparlinent jor expansion through tlic coverage, it would go into effect about ni'Xl Jjinunry. Davis eslimale'.l Hint the ail- dilional coverage (all other cily j personnel already are covered liy Social Security) would cpsl ilhe cily for thc nine montbs of fiscal liHvl in which it wovilud be in effect unless congress raises Die Social Se- curity rate before that lime. No money has been budgeted I lor this additional Social Secur- ity payment, and if the two de- vole for it the funds will have lo lie token from thc of revenue bonds. This would mean, however. (Sec HKl'OKT. Pane n) Chuckle years. hmlget contingency fund somo other -source. WI'IATNKK HOUSTON (AP) Two and deputy U. S. marshals n wearing a prevenlcd identification mask and Ihe other mask published a picture of Alvarez' U.S. Navy idenlificalion card .Monday, providing the fir.sl con-, crcle support of Ihe Hanoi claim, Tuesday nighl's broadcast did not report on thc pilot's condi- Sol This Week Hen Jordan .Street triifling as witnesses Tuesday at a federal grand jury probe into gambling in the Houston area. However, only the one in the Partly cloudy Wednesday of tho witnesses by hold-'.through Thursday wilh isolated moon and evening tJnmdor- ridor and whisking the witnesses s h o w c r s. Mostly southerly up a hack elevator and through winds at 8 to m. p. h. Kx- private hallway. p e c t c (I Wednesday tempera- Judge Men Connally Tuesday tures: High fll, low 76. uphold the U. S. attorney's "f-; South Texas: P.'irlly -men (See GOI.mVATER, I'agc 6) i The rale, one of (Defense Sccrctaryilion, but Robert S.) McNamara's strongjinarch indicated be had suffered the account' of his wil1 hc; completed and the kept waiiing lho iealrd bn had lhls gorilla outfit was called. ThcUice and thc marshals in their'cloudy Wednesday and Thurs- paving witness was released after banning newsmen from (he puh-iday wilh widely scattered (hun- ante- (no serious injury I-avaca Drive and Houston The masked witnesses were oul with a hobby out to resurvr.y damage to liis cotton crop Mrs. E. II. Sclfcrt of Mission Valley in town on business Dennis Dlclzcl out early "Muff" Saltier philosophizing that things usually work out (or the hcsl Tom Hull laMnj; it easy and expecting along day WesiholT School Admits Negroes Atlvocale N'cwi Strvlrt The Weslhoff Elementary School will he inte- grated for the first time this school year. Thc Westhoff School Board voted earlier to combine Ihe Ne- gro school wilh the white school. Only seven students were en- broadcast, monitored! A published picture shoving and the extension o[ accompanied by atlorney New- bore, said Alvarez "taken pris-iAlvarez' heavily damaged plane Alr Pnvc oc'wccn a former federal oner by the (North) Vietnamese indicated he had paYacLled pcople pale, weary, and awe- stricken staggered along thc streets of Hon flai in his dirty U.S. uniform under Ihe escorl rolled at the Negro school last dead. year. Westhoff Common School Dis- trict has eight grades in West- Imff. High school students from Cuero and Yorktown of proud Vietnamese people's army Alvarez and U. Richard C. Salhcr, of Pomona, Calif., were shol down in the raids on North-........... _........ Viel Nam's lorpedo boat bases! The Communist and their support facilities. and Main streets may be com- prosecutor. He said his clients plcted and opened this week, took Ihe unusual precautions Thc pilot, 26, who had bceiv15'" n! I-oekwood, they were not Riven from the craft. flying for the 'Navy since NoJdrews and Ncwnam said protection afforded olhcr vembcr, latil, wcnl down Iwitnesscs." lion Gai a coastal cily formerly KMi also said lhal paving' Schwartz identified the known as Port Courbet 80 miles: >n the vicinity of Victoria High jn the gorilla mask as Johnny cast of Hanoi and aboul the 'School on Sam Houston Drive Leo Taylor, about 25, a former same distance south of completed "before sehooljomploye of a pharmacy in south -inunisl China, hut this forecast docsVest Houston! include the new section of Taylor reportedly lie corridor leading to the grandidcrshowcrs north, jury room. The judge said it1 Tuesday IcmiJerauires: High would nol bc "in the best in- ,'A'i, low Tfi, lercsl" of the grand jury invest- Tides (Port I.iwaca-Po r t 0'- igation to permit persons lo'Connor Lows at 'loiter" in the corridor. 'p.m. Wednesday and a.m Another witness whom highs at p.m. men identified as Paul and a.m. announcer for radio KNUX in Houston, made an np-i liarometric pressure at sea pearancc before the grand jury, j level: 29: ill. Millionaire Houston oilmanj Sunset Wednesday Sun- i lohn Mecom who appeared bc-irisc Thursflny: [fore Ihe grand jury Monday and[ rhu mimr.ution on look Sather is missing and feared In Washinglon, Stale Depart- ment officials said efforts to free Alvarez arc being made through tho International Ilcdi added this description of Hcuston from CaUdpa lo Fifth Amendment when he was ft' march past the people onjthe Houston Highway. then roughed up two news who tried to take his Bl" Hon Gal: "This professional American officer whom a west- ern paper has for the pasl few Called. All paving work now under: Schwartz declined lo identify conslruclion will be completed "by however, and days not ceased to praise as Kloty, said this includes li e n 'symbol of the fighters bringing Jordan north of Highway M a.s the districl are transferred to Cross, bul nothing has come of i civilization lo thc new as Ihe extension nf Sam il yet. (See PILOT, Page S) wcu lltou the second witness, whose pink mask sported a Bcallc hairdo, a mustache and a goatee. picture when he left said Toes- _ day he had offered bis to thc two. Mecom, accompanied by his'_ secretary, slugged Will a KPIIC-TV newsman, and I call him a mystery headed for Frnnk ston. thc attorney said. Assl. U, S. Atty. Morion Sus- INDKX i of I Houston Chronicle. .s.iul.J1' PKOHK, f'agr fi) ID',   

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