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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 18, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 103 TELEPHONE HI S-I4JI VICTORIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, NATO Unit! Are Moved By Greeks Nikita Hails Alliance Split ATHENS, Greece CAP) In a new blow to Western unily, Greece announced Monday it is pulling some army, navy and air force units from the Atlantic alliance to defend Cyprus and "to ward off the constant Turkish threat." Tlie decision further threat- ened tlie eastern flank of the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza- tion, guarded by Greece and Turkey. Tin-key withdrew some air force planes from NATO contra! Aug. 9. Greece cited this in cables to NATO headquarters in Paris as (ho reason (or its decision. With NATO members Greece and Turkey assuming what amounts to warlike postures against each ether, the Soviet Union has stepped into this wid- ening breach in the alliance's defenses against Communist attack. Warning Praised A Greek government state- ment welcomed Soviet Premier Khrushchev's warning to Tur- key on Sunday not lo resume air attacks on Cyprus lest the raids boomerang. The Athens state- ment called Khrushchev's warn- ing "an important contribution lo peace." While silent on Khrushchev's message, Turkey has declared it will resume Ihe air raids if Greek Cypriot forces return to the allack on Turkish Cypriots pinned down on the northwest coast of Cyprus. For the mo- ment, Turks and Ihc rival Cyp- riots communities observed a cease-fire requested by the United Nations. But the situa- tion was explosive. Plea To Soviets In London, a Foreign Office spokesman said Britain urged the Soviet Union to avoid doing anything to inflame the Cyprus crisis further. Britain and the United States are working close- ly lo seek a settlement of the strike between Greek and Turk- Cypriots. President Johnson sent a mes- sage to President Makarios of Cyprus. Its contents were not disclosed. The Greek Foreign Ministry1 said it had protested the Tur- kish decision to withdraw some of its air force units to NATO supreme headquarters but "un- fortunately, Ihe Greek govern- ment request remained unful- filled." In Paris Established 1BI6 10 Cents Council Completes Sale Of Property to County WASHINGTON (APj Dem- ocratic liberals refused Monday lo drop their fight against de- laying or blocking the Supreni' LUCI ON WILD RIDE Luci Baines Johnson, 17- year-old daughter of President Lyndon at right, squeals as she rides one of Ihe amusement devices ;il (he Wisconsin Stale Fair in Milwaukee. With her is Belh Jenkins, a Washington friend. Luci was in Milwaukee during the weekend for an LBJ barbecue for state Democrats (AP Photo) BUZZARDS WANTED Triplets Born To Zoo's Lion Chubby, the original resident of Victoria Children's Zoo, Sun- day gave cubs and birth once lo (hrec lion again proved "Subsequently chief of sliiff, Ihe Gen. Turkish Cevdat Sunay, was summoned to Paris for talks with the military authorities." The state- competent ment continued. "It was there that he boasted that the Turkish action had gained the fullest ap- proval of Ihe supreme comman- der and consequently the Turkish government will retain, its forces under its own nalional control. "Following this, Greece de- cided to withdraw the necessary (Sec NATO, Page 7) hat she is the most consistent supporter of zoo expansion. This was Chubby1 s fourth set of cubs in six years and Ihc irst sel of triptels, according to Veterinarian T. S. McMurry. Like the other cubs Ihey -vill be traded for new animals for the growing zoo. "One of them already is com- mitted to a man al Riviera, near Corpus Dr. Murry said. "We sold him the cub for which he will pay by providing us with other ani- mals. We already have received a black woolly monkey from him." The cubs probably won't make their public debut at the zoo for about two weeks, tlie time il takes them "to get their eyes open and start crawling around." "We've already taken one of them out and pelled it. She Adjourning Hopes Fade in Congress Posl-Coiivcnlion Session Planned As Rcdislriclin Snag Continues needs (he foreign aid Icgisla-' tion; reapportiiinmcnt is riding] on il. I sec no alternative but t  injured or llii'in children fvcini Ilio Disciples of Christ Chapel (if Ihc Canyon C'lmrrli Coiiugtt Park, C'alil. Among (lie pigM itomt were Ilchnrali Lro Kogers, 12, one nf (lie Rogers' large family of adopted children. A passenger on (lie tius sniil a lire lilnwnul rauscil (he driver to lose conlrul of the bus, which was return- ing from Tijuana, Mexico, after a monthly outing to tiikc loutl nnil (o nn orpliunnge MICH-. Olhers ijearl were mH (in- niMll.ilrly itU-nlifleil. Payment Method Draws Objection By TOM U. KITH Advocate Staff Writer City Council sold the north lialf of courthouse sciuiirp to (lie county Monday, but not without n final delaying notion by Coimeihvoman Boa Martin and two members of the fuitlicnoc. j Mi's. Martin first objccled to (lie sale u-illi (he com- jpliiiiit dial tin- county was issuing worth of linn- win-mills lo muke (lie i OHO payment lo Ihe Hly for Ihe (inipcrly. This brought rejoin- (li'i-s from Mayor Kempcr Wil- [liiiens Jr. and Councilman C, C. Carsucr .Ir. that such u com- plaint should he made to Com- missioners Coui't, and not to Ihe council. maybe 1 will go before the Mrs Mar- tin said in reply to Carsner. She then reiterated her posi ion that Ihe property should nc't be sol'1 until -ifler bond issues have been passed lo pro- LBJ's Big Guns .Level on Critics ____........ _..............._. WASHINGTON of the Johnson "an affront to the opened fire Monday on critics of Dem- vide funds for a new city and pollen headquarters. 'Onl on o Limb' 'If wo go ahoad and this pioporty ami Him iho bond issue fails, we're going to be way out on Mrs. Mar- tin argued. roin now property valuations, iiiul asked if the county did nol realize a similar Increase linrtlcnlarly in view of Ihc nmoiiiH of suburban building ling on just outside (he city. llnrlmnn replied that the county did have such an in- crease, but added thai liming of Uie salo made Iho issuance of warrants necessary, lie point- ed out thai the city is to re- ceive a cash payment now whereas county tax money for Ihe new fiscal year won't start In until after Oct. 1. .ling In unti In addition, he said, the conn- ly must make the payment out of its conslilulionally estab- lished permanent improvements lund and not out of the- gener- al fund. In each budget, a cer- ain percentage o! Uie tax dol- iar is allotted to the permanent ,waii lhls Improvcinrals fund and lo v.iri- mcnl by hill Kncbel and Mrs. constitutional r. N. Parkinson, members of Uic audience. Councilman Vcltnn B. Cowdrn Wiiniinu ai'iiinsl 'rv'r''vl'1'- II The proposal, offered by Re-words and deeds" ;md assurance that" America IKK- fi'n as the senators contend.jocralic foreign policy with publican Leader Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois and cospon-, sored by Mansfield, would delay carrying out the Supreme Courl reapporlionmcnl ruling for up to two years "in the absence of'TT" 1 highly unusual III 11 I Proxmiro said (hat Kalzcn-! bach and Cox, who helped work! out the language of the com-l promise with Diikscn and Mansfield, tokl the group il is! "acceptable, would not be an af-i front to the Supreme Court and! would not seriously inlerfcre' lory." Secretary of Defense Robert S. ket far buzzards, he said, "and if anyone knows where there is a nest, we'd like to know about it." Former Jailer Joe Hammaek Dies at 65 Joe B. Hammaek, 65, jailer at Victoria Counly Jail for sev- eral years until his recent re-1with the reapportionmeeil Funeral arrangements for "an aggregation of force uiipurullelccl Not Kmnigtl Money Al Ihc present time, when the lo the cily must be i.......................... Hie not enough money cx- "WO from [ho sale wou'd pro- isls in the permanent imprc.v.- lot a police miiil, IJiirlmim explained, lie admitted that this would be making the issuance of war- of Stale Dean Husk 'U.N. Ambassador Adlai -Secre- Today for ar Victims E. iin impractical solution lo the c.ly's problems, bul argued that failure of Ihc bond i.s uu would Stevenson earned lo Ihe opening lcilvc no liearings of (he Democratic IMnt-ji0 form Committee the nmnninilion for Ihc presidential campaign. None mentioned the name of (Sen. Harry Coldwalcr of Ar-j but all slapped bard was pointed out, also, sale agreement i ,i "lc Us Cell- runts necessary. !iy Uie lime the warrants ma- luro, next April, sufficient lux inonoy.s will have been allot- ted to Ihis fund lo cover (ho principal and interest. The county actually conveyed the worlh of warrants p-s to Ihc cily JLS part of Its payment, and tile warrants were llepublican presidential nomi- nee ami the accusation of tiremcnt, died unexpectedly ati said the conference" Victoria mother and young 7-40 pm Monday in a local "very [killed early Sunday in an aulo OOP i.w p.m. monaay in a an of us alaccidcnl were completed Mon- sappe ar n pamen, an le warrans wer of the yews al .sold by council Mon lo rciicwldny 10 l-'lrsl Viclorinl National hospital an apparent licartibcttcr understanding allack. lamendmenl." Mr. Hammaek served as "However, deputy with Ihe sheriff's ment for about 12 years. lo prevent ite Born in Williamson Counly, !n _ J Knlun Vif M rnnnrlni of (he day, while another Victoria asl inonlh. MciVaiiuira told the Demo- woman and her two small platform writers the :'s for nnallmr If) years at peri Dank. >iiiir. In addition the agree.- Councilmcn said Ihe cnllre ment specifies that the city from Ihe sale of the continue use of Ihc present pn-jproporly will be invested at )ire uulil siichifour per cent interest. silo has In h  mciujni, Scns phjljp A Funeral Home in Hail, D-Mich., arrangements were Clark, D-Pa. night at, The meeting, in M (sufficient Lcroy struelion objection Ihnl as a counly lax- and ilip Joseph to "insure the do-' After a motion by Mrs. Mae'-ipi'yee' she would have to pay ol both the lrj lalllL' "'c ordinance 'interest on the money from the Union and Communist China." lock of a second, warrants. Hiirlmsn sold "There should he no doubt moved and Councilman warrants would bear three this in the mimi of any Ktackhaucr seconded (hat Per interest, and Williams McNamara said. "There i'lio sale he approved. Il l h aL wolllti more than in inleresl during Uie ,IBJ Mayor Williams ma'urily- came after the Demo-; Burial will be in Hillside Cein-j ures on U.S. missile and record" that he was, >scph S.ldicro, with Ihe Rev. Norman is none in Uic minds of our a :i-l vole, wild Mrs. f> A. Sanders, pastor of First Bap-'rnies." islil! opposed. .nslicltl'silist Church, officiating. He laid out mountainous fig-; Williams annoi Demo-; Burial will be in Hillside Ccm-l urns on U.S nnri (he record" that he Tiin Dumiick hobbling around with a sprained ankle after a "homemade" surfboard acci- dent at the bay Oscar Tim- me in a hurry but explaining i Ibat "all is well" Ii, Hilterskamp hack in the oifii after taking the family on v; (ton lo New Mexico J Hyak in DcTar Hospital recov- ering from an illness Don- ald Olirl in Ihe same hospital with a leg injury from a soft- ball game in Moulton Sunday U. Umlcrhrink of Ooliad in town on business Scott C; Meyer in Yorktown on the 0 Surviving arc his wife, Mrs.tcratic Bristol-Packing Secretary Intruder With 1 Shot WASHINGTON' iciirred about a.m. Sunday on U.S. Highway near Whar- ton. The car caught (ire after Ihc collisirin with the truck, driven by Jerry liryant, 20, nf Houston. Mrs. Williams, a former Cuc- ro resident, was born there July 11, 1011. She and Williams were married in Cuero in 1900. Their son, an only child, was born Sheik With 39 Wives Cool To U.S. Divorcee's Offer BEKHSHICUA, A Monday morning she said "I "I didn't know whether he had Dec'. fara i was shaking so thai I had she said. "I went out and Surviving Mrs Williams arc and weallhy wives in S ttjagsilggfl J ,1 i I i u f lwmk ln AlbU's office' said she a light off in the dressing1 R sary and Mrs. 1'illey gelling a Joyce Morgan, 26, shortly afler 5 P.m. and room I shot at him but missed anniversary rcmem-mlhe_ office ot Sen. Gordon Al-jsaw the figure of a man run. There's a nice hole 'in the dress-! ScillCIJCOtl Israel (AP) she har] offered to accept an of- his 70 offspring .n nis his 35 special brance B. Olsovsky having a few words to say, but all of them cheerful Mrs. Henry Kassman managing to look cool in spite of the heal Oscar Pctrash expounding on the merits ot a day off a week Mrs. Rhcnia Marbcrry trying to make her shopping and parking meter come out even Clarence Prclss Sr. noting that a good breakfast is a good way to starl the day off right Richard Orliz claiming a resl- ful lazy summer but gelling ready for school Roger dc l.os Sanlns at home for the weekend from Southwest Tex- as Stale College where he is a senior and sociology major Eddie Lcsak checking In wilh friends in town on his day off Karen Darler announcing that Ihe Moods will play the St. Mary's Catholic Youlh Or- ganization Dance, Wednesday from S to 11 p.m. at SI. Mary's Hall, in a U.S. magazine law strictly to the letter and heard of an offer by a .sent the sheik a cable in "ev" was married lo more lhan Ohm, divorcee lo join response. She staled she mailC'fmir. wivcs al a timc- hi.s harem, i-1 it, His fortune stems from the lott, R-Colo., fired one shot at'past her bedroom. the intruder, then held him at; bay while telphoning police. jing room door." j She said (he intruder opened 1 O GUI' 1. CI'llI "I was standing there shaking like a she said later. "Ii i h lu c miruuer op< 1 HKK line door and pleaded with decision in order to provide He denied he advertised re-'financial security for her two 'arKc slices of desert that he in America for another young daughters. owns much of il valuable for [wife. jnot to shoot .g.in "ffo bu' P' CHICAGO (AP) James II. But he admitted in an inter- "if ariyijiing comcs of this, f and camel herds. would want to take my to bc around first gave a false name and indicating he is an adult. Offi-jPcratures: Once while she was noiia, president ot me nugc Teamsters Union was sentenced Monday lo five years in prison and fined for fraud in obtaining loans from (he union's million pension fund. Six codefendanls also mai oacK in ivort nc iKivcr-iwiin me, wrs. Miner said Used in a U.S. magazine for aj Mrs. Miller, when informed of "c an old-fashioned wife. This, he said, had led to' the sheik's denial said she did car- llvc-s'" a filr frora lura' correspondence with various not want to comment until she slone tlousc' lhc wnlls American Icadics aged 17 lo1 hod consulted her lawyer which are adorned with photos 50 tat none measured up lo! She did say, however "I'll0' persons who have his requiremenls. Ijust have lo wail and see what llls hospitality from jshe said, the youth started toiscntcnccd and five of them were; cials later established he is a 17-i protect she -said She said she had fired the pis- Sunset Tuesday. Sunrise! tol before bul only practice. When lime came to use target Wednesday. I This Information based on   file an ap- "I certainly she and we'll wail il out before sweetly. wo lilc." Why doesn't (he fellow wlm says "I'm no speech- let U go al lhal In- stead of giving a demon- stration. son. i And, by a freak of mollier na- lure, it was the same with his father 40 wives, many daugh- tcrs, one son himself. [comic Proudly, the old man spoke ollu'tiiU j Ublolll, i ..........s JttK'   

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