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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 14, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 99 TELEPHONE HI S-HJ1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1964 Kslablitbcd 1848 Greek-Turk Relations Drop Lower Dii-ccl Talk Refused ANKARA, Turkey (AP) Relations belwcen Greece and Turkey reached a new danger point Thursday in (heir dispute over Cyprus. Greece rejected Turkey's appeal for direct talks on the crisis and Ankara Ihreal- cncd a mass expulsion of Greeks living in Turkey. In Cyprus, the U.N. comman- do- said (lie halt in (he commu- nal tighting "is only a breath- er." In New York, Secretory-Gen- eral U Thanl requested more Iroops to reinforce Ihe members of the U.N. peace1 force on Cyprus after meeting I willi representatives of nations i that already have sent men or} hospital units, a U.N. spokes- man said. Asks Khrushchev Turkish Premier Ismet Inoini also sent a message to Soviet Premier Khrushchev asking him to use his influence to steer tlie Cyprus government into a course more "legal, humane and peaceful." The Soviet Union has backed the Greek Cypriots in the civil .strife with the Turkish Cypriote, and Ankara has been accusing the Greek Cypriot government of trying to drag Turkey andj Greece into a war. To head off the possibility of j conflict between Die two North! Atlantic Treaty Organization al-' lies, Inonu appealed to Premier George Papandreou on Monday for a direct meeling between Greece and Turkey. False Solutions Papandreou gave his reply Thursday, saying, "Direct nego- tiations would only produce! false solutions which 14 Cents Auto Injuries Fatal To Vanderbilt Woman U.S. Court Jurisdiction :iy Be Cut A IN SKNATK Rain-Slick Indonesia Aid Road Cause Cessation Flips Kdna GONE YKSTKBDAY. HHKU TODAY A nephew, Adam Rios. and a sis ter, Paula Roves, explain to reporters in Los Angeles how Ramimdo Reyes, center, showed up at his homo three days ;ifter liis funeral. Reyes disap- peared throe weeks ajju, and the bodv SUCCESSFUL of a man who died at a downtown mission was subsequently identified as his. Services were duly held, but three days later Reyes vralked into his home. The 74-year-old man can't remember where lie had been. I'mvcr i WASHINGTON (API The Thomas J. Dodil, H-Cinm., chief, un i Isenate voted Thursday lo ol the move. said. "This! ...i l's- won't cos! the American vt-AMlliMilOiN (Al hearing Indonesian; payers one rod cent." i My JAM US SIMON'S House Kules Committee, in a; president Sukarno quoted as' Sen. Albert (lore. D-Tcnn 1 Ail'vwulo Stuff W'ritcr move its chairman called "The United Stales can said the proposal amounted lo! The operator a railroad to hell willi its aid." aid In the doail." terminal cafe in Vanderbilt died i ucniite Republican Leader Dotlil relorled thai it was aid at ll-.i.i it m Tlinrsdav in a M. Dirksen of Ihe dead "Polish patriots who local ImspiW from injuries SHf. rcappor-jwlK, supplied the (iiiole. on our side." 'fcred nine hours earlier in a iSnkarno should hi> "taken at Asserting "there are millions one-car traffic accident near (Iraordinary, Thursday cleared i go'lo licll ,for House aetion a bill thai; Senate over tionmenl cases. Chairman liouvtrd W. Smith, wimls." D-Va., who engineered the star- tling maneuver (hat caught sup- porters of the Supreme Court's reapportionment ruling flat The vole was la-ail to insert; now in Communist hanks in 1'o-j the han in Ihc for-; Dodd said repair and re-L., iLilin' eiR" aid bill. Ihal.ililnlioi. the 1'owa.ski M'a ''r fooled, won n 10-4 majority (n llsc In another action the SenateiCeineterv would he who suffered a Imiken neck anv forciRiiistrntion of good will. a.m. Ins committee with his pleii: currencies available in Poland] The moveIn cut Indonesia sllQ ;i Shakespeare Festival's Final Weekend Arrives jrules liy TOM E. 1-TfK Advocate staff The curtain comes down Ibis "vouUj weekend on one of Victoria's worsen the situalion and lead lo'morc successful civic ventures, _ _.. _. disaster." jlho Shakespeare Festival whichluOO persons, about half of Ihcnvpublic acceptance carried it Papandreou .said that if Present the final three from out of town, ami that the1 rest of the way. mediator Sakari Tuomioja's of "Taming of-festival will at least break even: Much of the lirivalc assist! forls fail al Geneva, where he "le -Shrew" Friday, Saturday financially, 'came from which -un-nn -n i has talked wilh representalivcs Sunday at p.m. The break-even forecast is Ihe (o Jell blocks of tickels for reapporlionmcnl. of both Greece and Turkey, Iben; While a full accounting will joint result of the Cyprus problem should taken lo the U.N. General As- sembly. Turkey launched a series ol air raids on Greek Cypriol posi- committee take a hill j lain a Polish cemetery behind: posed "lhc .Hnti-Sukarno Mrs' (away from a legislative com- Iron Curlain, but Sen.' (See Page :i> I ovcitinned three tmies o, as il did Thursday iiij...........-......... linking from Ihc judiciary com- mittee n bill by Hep. JTuck, D-Va. Tuck's bill from the fi Irict courts jurisdiction m Council Appoiuls [ederal dis-i 1 I our I Jiitl from the Supreme Ailvoculc Slnlf Court the righllo review the ac-, CUIOIIO fienrce I. Mid- lion of any federal districl court was appointed Cm1- iblic acceptance specific performances, anil lo; 'Drastic coiirl dealing Court judge of the City oE at the City Council meeting Thursday. MuUlaiigti, Hep. Kmanuel Ccllcr, will assume bis duties Kri- Turkish Cypriote in 'peril being forced into the sea. U.N. peace force units h begun setting up a buffer .it the main danger point, bkina, a port defended by ilWater Problems Aired Blooiillusion Board of 500 l (heir appreciation for nf lhc replaces Judge directors of the feslival jmiUec. Ihe rules corn-Is Ihllnk vho re ml i have announced thai durirg with "drastic and -I... final weekend all such limisedju-arv" aclion in takini-Die Tuck i tickets will be honored. 'bill away from his group. I'f Mklll "For various reasons, many; As for (he hill, Celler said: persons who purchased tickets' "If you take away jurisdiction! ft i [through clubs were unable reapporlionmciil today, lo-j tl'tlCj, l_jCl noted, the specific porformanc-jmorrow yon can lake away reel in three'05 "le tickets werrvisdiction over civil righl.s and TIT 11 Mrs. Itubinjlhe next over antitrust .1. O 1. rels. "In appreciation i Al Turkish Cypriots Who ol Victoria County T CIcnrinK of the Tuck hill for PoKThAVACA districl pressed from tfiree sides in lastjfoiilrol am) Improvement Dis-! s c hc, chlhs> nighl Iricl No. 1 were aired at a 1 chased for any perforinanco House Speaker John W. McCor-1 Tbursdiiy due to heailh. Council passed a Knhtwik for the west-bound section of tbe highway H f t e r the driver, lleorge Cherokee Moore, 51, of VnnderbiJl, lost control Ofi Iho rain-slick pavement. The car then plummeted dosvn the deep sliijie. Uolh ncciipants of (he cur re- mained iu tin: demolished ve- hicle afler it came to rest. They resolution I wcl'c brought to the Victoria in nn ambulance dis- nis years i of service to (he city. first come to Cuero bosjiilal patched from .Sltivik Kuricral Home in Moore suffered uiii nisi cniiie 10 durinn World War II, when be mJurlcs- worked as a flight in Iructor .loW Moore tluil he was driving lic- twecn 50 and 55 miles per hour when the car went out of con- llliuc-h sessor collector .c Staff (0 retire in's water Directors hope more specifically, pav off 1 llraylon Flying Field, lie is married lo the former Geralyn McDonald of Cuero. The city's new judge re- ceived :i n.-K-helfd- of Science degree from Cornell University j hi N'cw Vnrk ill HUH. tie re- jci'ived his law degree frnni St. [Mary's University in San An- Thns the however, and it is doubtful Middangh ayor Dill Conm.'il approver. Jigreement with Cnero sworn in by lense Inde- trol urn! started sliding acrosi the roadway. They said wit- nesses lo the accident statements substantiating Moore's story. Aloorc1, a conductor for Mis- souri I'iieific Railroad which operates a terminal at Vandcr- hiit, had driven Mrs. Wood to Kdna to buy groceries and other items for n.se in Ihc cafe. pendent .School District for the eily-owued N Y A dormitory buildini! and the large dining room liial adjoins the structure. First grade students who would ordinarily atlendcd John Klemenlary Sctiooli Invcsligidors were toiil Unit Mrs. Wood diiln'l drive much and had Moore drive for her. Mrs. Wood bad reportedly visited at Ihc home of her father while in Kdna. She and ington. I See I'. eminent in case of new Turkish j is that the "main sewer line of Veto Finley, board scereta- r o n n d the world, anil has attacks on Cyprus. jBloommgton was is currently a patient ill helped to establish the city a.s A Turkish Foreign Ministry-of concrete. The main is col- Memorial Hospital, and; one of the cultural and enter- spokesman warned (hat lapsing and must be replaced "nablc to attend the centers of the Gulf Greeks living in Istanbul will be with new clay pipe inS- Attending the meeting injCoast (tcporlcd unless Greece drops! liloomington, like many olh- addition to persons mentioned! Members of the cast have vis- its all-out support of small size communities has wcle Coynes and M. Cov-: ited several area towns, and Makarios, Greek sewers. president, and some solution those dropped by Abby, can reached through negotiations. Quickly result in king size prob- lems. I Directors arc awaiting re- ports from the engineering firm ;of iMcClendon Associates of Corpus hired by the dis- trict to make a study on re- quiremenls of the water sys- better lcm- Iri addition to cstimaics i v i 'xr building, and includes a I Ml', A of per day licyrmd e'nmnlc- lion date, it any r if Cuero I'ilcmenlary School. The city facilities, located In' ClnirUIr would in-' municipal park, will be Icasedi the school district.'to tbe district for a one-year; Construction is F '2' gin immcHliately, liy PAT M'lTTK Advoralc Staff Writer Most nuns come from gc in1 Arnn .Mck-hmr doing after undergoing surgery at cosl frnm "1C engineers, the Citizen's Memorial Hospital "oarcl Plans I" Kd estimates Dennis Wililcn reporting on the frorn genera! contractors. squirrels at DeLeon and D- Q- hoard vice pres- convinced they arc as lame asi'dcnl and long time member of nol experienced ever Charlie S'elioener ou( board, said that a (nc wavs of ,_' early and heading for Ihe cot-i mating will then be called to Koad sisters and Ion palch Lloyd llnilcyj'nform residents of Ihe district'rcal sisters to each other sharing a Ling Fish steak Ihe situation, recommends- wno wjj, friends .Limes Wallace, new jtlons lllc engineers, and the jimjlcc Saturday at Ihe I Victorian as of (he past 10 prospeclivecost.. nato Word Convent days finding the as hoi, cost is an Hem of consid- jn victoria were once memhers Mother9 Four Daughters Looking Back as Sisters aoceptefl the architect's proposal, submitted by .Smith Knsso of Corpus' Christi, for a 120 by 120 foot as-i phall play area at Jefferson! Klomcnlary nt an estimated co.sl; of and requested thai bid specifications be presented as.: early as possible, Roth were budget Items in- cluded in the bond issue, Thn citizens advisory commit- toe, appointed in May, lo bri-'pt'i'ind   'Dialed daytime thunder-! helped South Central Texas: molher' cloudy Friday ami Saturday celebrate "her silver mile-with widely scattered mostly islone as a nun al the same thundershowers mainl; Afte i near the coast. High Fr: U all started hack on July lnc toail onrl 1939, when Mrs. Mary -aughlin Jones and her daugh-i Thursday temperature: officiate at the when the live icir temporary igo in .San Antonio, Ihe three-year period Vicloria number of them heavy truck trailer lol and sent it speeding (halfway Hi rough Western police lhc toward jwhce rrrl'inrf sm'S in a club-wielding, rock-and po- "llcn !ilc demonstrators al- ilato-lhrowing battle. to run through the One lealhcr-jacket dernonslra- breach, police moved in swmg- ,tor was left bleeding and of new on Ihe ground. Raj-licr, about 200 youth.-, .it- High and] Just KX) (oet away from lhc tacked police lines in the An- around a 11. Tbcy i: Welder fnter-lwilil melee al Chcck'point Char- halter liahnhof area art "vows Uunior High) Schools lie, a furious group attacked'route leading to the wall Gladys, Dorolhyi9'. low 70. were temporarily) liainfall Thursday: .18 of an lers as! High will he held Aug. 20-21, il was pre- and heavily daniafictl a .Soviet hurlwl rocks and hollies at po- army car Irying lo make in lice bin the officers were able way hack to F.asl Berlin. 1012. It's d were !ilst "ca! rcK- Ir.r Ihp fiml lhcsc (latc-s' a schooljfarcd as West Herlin rt 11ev L Iv said. Hours for rcg-.the thir, ich Ihcy marie on July hc rrorn The- hitter demonstrations third anniversary of con- of tlic Communisl wall lo disperse the mob without the of uspersc tl of clnhs a.m. lo 5 p.m. at the school'which splits the city in Iwo. unusual, of course, formic student will alknd. Mission Valley L. i The city had professed as Religious of total this year (o members of Ihe same! it was also announced lhal called only for an hour of si- 'Order of the Incarnate family lo become Sisters at ycar- students will not be lence. to mark the day and else- making final plans for the- Fall Stylo show Friday at 8 p.m.al Lady of Victory Cafctori- Our um liiehard lliihcr furnish- ing Ihe evening meal Ihe easy way. Registration for sliidonls who enter first grade next Tides (Porl Lavaca Port: same lime, but perhaps O'Connor Lows al unusii Mrs. Jones was lo be called P-nl- Friday and p.m. Sat- from such Sister Pius, Hazel became High al a.m. Sal-1ground. Here and lilcssed Sacrament of the Archdiocese of San Antonio. to make last-minute chang-jwhcrc in Berlin Ibis was well unusual when they their schedules, because o( All public transporta. colorful conditions and sched-llion .stopwd and slrcws were ler Jude, Gladys was named] "relay. Sister Genevieve, Dorolhy was month will he held Monday, be- to hc called Sister Catherine! ginning al 2 p.m Valley School, All other students will rcgis-j N'ow, 25 yc'ars later, .Sister' tor on Sept. 2 Die firsl day of: Phis is retired, and resides Barometric pressure at sea abonl: bow u at all three of the schools, jgenerally deserted. "Students were forewarned of al Mission j and Evelyn was to be known as: Sisler Dorothy. Martin Jones and last Ihe spokesman "and were lold then Ihnl 0! level: 29.SS. f.augliliu were born in wcrc s: Sunset F'riday: Sunrise j grew up there and married in'ihey' must clioos iSalurday: 1U03. Shortly afterward, Vcry careful The freedom Hell, gift to Ber- lin from Ihe American people classes. ithe Alotherhouse, The othcrj 
                            

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