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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 22, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th No. 107 TELEPHONE Hr 8-UJI VICTORIA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1964 12 Cents Demos Face Dixie Revolt, Party Split Wallace Sounds Warning To Drafters of Platform CONVENTION HALL, Atlantic City, N. J. (AP) heading into next week's na'liomil conven- tion collided Friday with threats oC Southern uprising and Hie formation of a third political party. Gov, George C. Wallace of Albania put "it into flam- ing words. Three busloads of Mississip- pians, mostly Negroes demand Sing delegate credentials, came to town to battle against the scaling of an all-while delega 1 lion from their state. nights Kuckus The day's developments sig nalcd the possibility of anothe party-splintering civil rights ruckus that could lead to a repe Barry Urges NATO Hand In A-Arms WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona un- derscored Friday his call for "more ready access" to small tactical nuclear weapons (or the supreme commander of the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza- tion. tion of a Dixie walkout staged in 1MB. Wallace came not to stay foi the convention only lo talk t< Democratic platform drafters. He demanded repeal of the new civil righls law a law he said was endorsed in every as- pect by the Communist parly. Petition Filed To Bar Sale of 'Obscene' Books SIGNED, SEALED, DELIVERED City officials Friday turned over the deed to the north half of courthouse to county officials, and picked up the county's payment for the prop- erty. Shown left to right around the table are City Tax Assessor-Collector Tom L. Davis, Councilman C. C. Cars- tier Jr., City Manager John Leo, Van H. Howard (standing) who is the county's Judge Wayne 11. Hiirlman, Mayor Kempei- Williams Jr. and County Clerk Val D. Huvar. (Ad- vocate Photo) New City Hall Design Ordered And the Republican presiden- pect by the Communist parly. lial nominee took the Senate! He slashed at the present floor lo endorse Uie Social Secu-lleadersliip of the Democratic rity system and announce hejparty as haying deliberately alien will crease support a five per cent and sold "an se in benefits. philosophy of government Hits LBJ Plan Goldwaler reiterated his op- 'philosophy of go the American long embrace an unsound and position to the Johnson plan for dangerous philosophy." health care (or the elderly un- der Social Security. In a fast-paced day on Capitol Mill and at Republican head- quarters, Goldwater also: Disavowed any desire to make a campaign issue of ac- counting methods that may t which people cannot To Sound Warning Ife said Southerners rose up in the days after the Civil War to swing a presidential election to Republican Rutherford B. Hayes and: "I come here today to sound a warning to the Dem- ocratic party ot another such By TOM E. F1TE Advocate Staff Wrilcr City Council Friday employ- 1 Chris DiStetano and Asso- ciates to design the new city tail and police headquarters, and look advantage of a special session to request clarification n the press of the new animal control ordinance which passed "urst reading Monday. Employing of man John Stockbauer that the' have been used in arriving at uprising." published estimates of Presi- Wallace, who withdrew as a dent Johnson's finances and {contender for the Democratic those of Ihe Johnson family. (presidential nomination after Said he is investigating re- surprising showings in Mary- ports of trouble in the Minulc- lnml, Wisconsin and Indiana pri- program and missile termed the situation "rather se- Scans Prospects Scanned his presidential elec- tion prospects in Ihc Southern states and said they are best ill Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. "Georgia will be he said. Accused the Soviet Union of Nazi-style repression of Jews and the Johnson administration of "deep amnesia" in its deal- ings with the Hussions. Goldwater had breakfast with House Republicans studying NATO unity, went to Ule Senate to declare his support of the So- cial Security increase, and held a pair of impromptu news con- ferences. Amid a swirl of political con- troversy over the auditing methods used in calculating President Johnson's wealth, Goldwater said: "I don't want to make this a campaign issue." Later, Goldwater's press sec- retary, Paul Wagner, told news- men "it would be fair lo say" Goldwaler was ruling out as an issue the whole subject of per- maries, told the platform com- "loyalty to party and Carsncr lo County Judge Wayne H. Ha rim an and County Clerk Val Hin-ar at Uie judge's office. The county's check and war rant totaling was pre- sented in turn to the council- Hen. Councilmen asked for a clari- fication of the animal control ordinance primarily to make clear who is not affected by Specifically, the ordinance does not apply to hatcheries, to mittee docs not come before loyalty to country." To Start Move He told it that if the Demo- cratic and Republican parties "trie too" ona another through this year's campaign "then we will begin immediately after Nov. 3 election day lo starl a movement to bring about rep- resentative government." To reporters inquiring wheth- er this added up to a third par- ly, the governor said, "We mean we will either take charge of one of (he parties in the next four years, or a new movement will starl." The convention opens Monday (Sec niiMOS, Page 3) RFK Given Wagner OK NEW YORK (AP) Mayor Robert F. Wagner announced Friday his long-anticipated en be located at the site of the present city hall, with the con- tractual agreement subject to review by City Ally. Argyle Mc- Lachlan. The motion passed unani- mously. Members ot Uie council were asked later what style of ar- chitecture would be used in Uie building, and Councilman C. C. Carsner Jr., replied, facetious- ly, that "it will be Colonial, Spanish, GoUiic and French de- indicating that council has not reached complete ac- cord on this question. Mayor Kemper Williams Jr., said no decision has been made n the matter, but il will be iscussed with the architect 'as soon as possible." He said MSlefano was out of the city Friday afternoon. Williams said he favors "Cal- fornia Spanish type archilec- adding, feel we def- nilely should retain the Span Riverside Park, lo owners ol parakeets or other birds ot Uiis ype, and it does not apply toj dogs and cats. The ordinance slates: It shall be unlawful (Sec HALL, Page 3) Jackson County To Vote On in Bond sonal finances. dorsemcnt of Robert F. Kenne- Paul Wagner, Goldwaler's'dy for the Democratic senatori- press secretary, relayed word al nomination from New York from Goldwater later lhat theivirtually assuring the atlorney senator was dealing in that re- mark with the question of book (Sec BAnrtY. Page 31 Mrs. B. E. Lcissncr Jr. and Mrs. Larry_ Denlon making general's nomination. Kennedy is expected to oppose Uie incumbent Republican, Sen Kenneth B. Keating, who is seeking a second term inclepen deritly of the GOP presidenlia candidate Sen. Barry Goldwaler of Arizona. Keating is 64, a veteran of [years in Congress, the last six as U.S. senator. Kennedy is 3 and has never run for an elec plans early for the White Ele- phant parly for the Muscular Oyslrophy Fund Sidney Dean back from Cameron Coun- sh influence." Councilwoman Bca Martin Aerosol Not Cream Puff Beware of strangers ticnr- tng shaving cream aerosols. They could cost you n S30 automohllo pnlnl job. Four persons in w I il c 1 y separated parts of Iho cily reported to clly police lids week that (heir cars hod been "snulrtcd" with shav- ing cream, and that when they tried to wash it off the car point came with It. Damage in each case was estimated at lite cost of a new paint job. Firing reports were Frank Wagoner of 2001 Wildwood, Willie Wagoner ot 300 Do- ver. Dan ZiUopck of 2801 B. Airline and Vcnion llarl- wcll Jr. of E. Wilil- wooil. The cuses were Investi- gate! by Patrolman .1. G. lilack, hut as of Friday the. Shaving Cream Vandal was sliH on the loose. Six Titles Specified In Request Condemnation Covers Olliers Hy 1IENHY WOLFF .in. Advocate Staff Writer Petition for an injuncllon niiist Wcymnn E. Harding, oing husincss as Gulf Const FIRST HURRICANE AdfOCBI? News Service EDNA Voters of Jackson County will decide Saturday on whether or not in side residents; down stair courthouse, southsidc; com munity ceiiler, LaSullc; sclioo bonds should be issued'and arouses at LaWard and Ganado tax levied lo pay for half community center, the right-of-way required for the Morales Store; C. Agency, at 102 SI. was filed in South Judge 'rank II. Grain's 135lh District "oiirt Friday asking the dc- enclnnt be restrained from dis- various books, tnngn- pamphlels and Co-signed by City Atty. Ar- lues, stories, apers. ylc Vtly. McLachlan Whayland and County W. Kllgoro Full-Grown Cleo Boils in Atlantic lie legal request asks the court o enjoin the defendant and a! is agents from having or oiling "Sucker Bait" by Monte leelc, "Lusl in Time" by An rcw Show, "Whistle Them Villing" by Ilichard E. Geis Lust Border" by Alan Mar shall, "Kiss Like a Nymph' by W. Craig ami "Sham lunger" by Tony Calvtino. Others Included In addition to the nightstand novels, the petllio requests the same action on "other obscene books, maga- zines, .stories, pamphlets and papers." In another reference il asks tho action be taken against "any of the aforesaid publica- tions and nil similar books, magazines and periodicals con- laining obscene matters." y- o Included In the warning area. At 5 p.m. Cleo was 450 miles east-southeast of Guadeloupe, 7HO miles oast-southeast of San Juan, P.H., and miles c.ist- soutlienst ot Miami. just 2-1 hours, she had ?rown from n tropical depres- sion Inlo n tromra! hurricane and Uien inln a full-fledged hur- rlcnno, speeding west anil wcst- nortliwesl at 24 miles an hour. As Cleo shifted lo a more northerly direction, hurricane warnings were discontinued for tlio Windward Islands of St. Vin- cejits. Martinique and Barba- dos. Senators Clash On Court Ruling WASHINGTON (AP) Slor-1 ray debate, in willed a Souther- ner called Supremo Court jus- tices "those screwballs" erupt- ed in the Senate Friday over court-ordered rcapporlionmcml of slate legislatures. ap ill revcr, uial she toes no bi cd ,hat typical red die roof jion of ,hc  e Michna CUn south early Friday venilc Headers severs East Morales; Lcfty'sjago (hat a legal attempt lie I.lllle Kentucky, nndlmndct lo slop the sale of lie youth was cleaning the set off heated debate. Tho Smith Carolina Democrat, suptwjrted by Sen. llii.sscll B. said that when the Today's Chuckle Husband, to his wife: "We Itave two cars, two televi- sion sets, Iwo bathrooms. How coma we can't have two opinions around here" Road.s .Slore, Crossroads. from tho cotton seed, when the jm.'ichincry accidentally became ,iiii nvitcrinl (oiiml ble lo 11.5 members. Al that lime, Kilgore ill, Ihc panel ho would cooperate with it and the City Attorney n> 'lho by proceeding with the Ymm Michna was to have oision to lake legal steps bccn a at Woodsboro lo since land (iolllial ly lie must be purchased, pipelines! lowered, power poles moved, houses moved and olher similar costs would be involved. AUSTIN (AP) Cov. John A lax increase of between will join olher Demo- and 20 cents on the valuascralie governors at ;i meeting tion will be necessary if IhelSaturday afternoon with Pr'esi- bonds are voled, Judge Larkin dent Johnson. Thedford said. He explained that the county hopes to Ihe bonds in 10 years. their wives will dine with Pres-iples but to ask for a blankctJSalurday nl p.m. at the Unit-' Any showdown on whether to Mrs Johnson Satur- injunclinn also covering simi-cd Church of Christ in Woods-lvolc on the House hill or Ihe rid- against the dislrihuting of such matter, II, W. Kacy, board chairman, provided Kilgore with the pa- a.m. Following the meeling at the perback novels after the ___ White House, the governors lo use them as sam- Kuncrnl services will be held wook's Democratic National in si find, llin machinery whore [Convention, he will ask tliat Ihe Senate cal- endar where il can be mnlinncd up Inr debiilG. Twice during Friday's debate Long referred lo members ol Ulc Supreme Court as "those screwballs." Later he conceded this was "a little intemperate." Hut, still Inter, in an exchange with Douglas he insisted Hint "No. 1 don't take it back, and I didn't say ihey all were, any- High School. Tlie gin is owned and operated by Iho dead boy's lather, J. F. Michna. The accident happened about Voting places are upstairs atlident the courthouse for Edna norlh-lday night. Weather Set on Rampage With Cool Front in Stale Kennedy is expected to an nounce his candidacy formally then resign as attorney genera Sept. 1, when the Stale. Demo- ty whore he was a judge for cratic convention meets i n New District 13 Farm Bureau Queen's Contest at Los Fresnos Kircehiet and Mrs.. Casey Jones celebrating a 21st wed- ding anniversary loday the Jolin li. Holcombs, postcarding from Mexico City Robert (Butch) Pollard, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Pollard Jr. off for Fort Polk, La., for duty in the By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Marauding thunderstorms and damaging twisters hit central uu..tubu.b Iklb .TliVtJl; IMUlJlml aLk and northeastern sections of Italy near HiJlsboro. while a small twister hit thcj High winds, accompanied by Central Texas city's northside. iim A severe thundcrslorm lashed Army A. J. Dcnller remind- ing members of CPL Employes Club of Ihe sausage supper to- t day, p.m. at the CPL Park the George Jcffcrs in town from Ford Iran for shopping and visiting friends Mclvln Schcrcr describing a way to got more accomplished Bob Livingston in a hurry hut taking time to be tempted by window displays The Allen Welgands and the Hawlcy An. gersteins taking an evening out to eat Mrs. Melvcrle Car- penter noting sudden early af- ternoon wind gusU and Jack Adcock attributing his rap- id pace to the wind Joe Barrera of West Virginia home from the navy to visit relatives ud friends. Retl Ambushcrs Kill American SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) Red ambushers killed anolher American serviceman Friday while Vietnamese stu- dent leaders, addressing rallies in Ihe safety of the major cities, denounced Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh's U.S.-backed regime as a dictatorship. A U.S. Army special forces enlisted man became the 189th American to die in combat in the Vietnamese war. He was cul down while on patrol with mountain troops in the Aa Shau Valley, near the Laotian fron tier 370 miles north of Saigon. INDEX Comic! CroMword i Maiktii hour. ..t-im Mont ........n i nlo the night after a Pacific cold front barrelled through the irea. A night prowling Uiundcr- ilorm lashed Fort Worth with ligh winds and heavy rains late n the evening, causing wide- spread havoc, but there were no reports of injuries. A performance of one-act plays was cancelled when wind unroofed the TCU Little Theater, A witness said, "water just started pouring through a hole 'n the roof." Trees were uprooted and pow- er lines and telephone lines also suffered as the slorm blew through Fort Worth, with power failures ojid communication stoppages scattered over the city. There were brilliant light- ning displays. The storm, 40 miles wide, stretched from 90 miles south ol Fort Worth to 40 miles north of Fort Worth, (hence northeast ward to Klngclon, between Greenville and B o n h a m. 1 moved eastward at 20 miles per A witness said Ihe Jim Flow- ers home in Brownwood was severely damaged by a tornado which struck shortly before usk. Nobody was injured. High damaged severs buildings In the Brownwood are; rain, downed power lines in Ihc Brownwood area. A wall of Ihc Joe Bailey home was caved In and a barn was damaged. An- other dwelling in the Bangs community damaged. Italy, in Kllis County south ol Dallas, heavy rool damage. Trees were unrooted in the area north of Hillsboro as one residcr.l reported sighting two funnel clouds. Partly cloudy Saturday and The gym roof at the Stafford Sunday with little tcmpera-iNcgro school was blown olf and ure change. Daytime 1 Irame structure on the winds at 15 to 25 was Ilfted off lls foun- [iisty. Expected Saturday WEATHER lar hooks. Last week, McLachlan finish- ed preparation of Ihe petition jand turned it over to Kilgore 'or his signature. Lilllo Iteacllnn The decision of the board It) 'akc such steps came after il recame concerned because lit- .lc public reaction was shown oward its efforts. Kacy staled that legal action might arouse (o do something about helping Ihe carry out ils objectives. He has also staled thai Ihc (See MISHAP, Page 3) (Hoe SENATOHS, Page 3) SPRAY NIGHT, DAY Houston Wages Fight Against Encephalitis HOUSTON offi-i Health officials said more cials said Friday around Uic'than 100 suspcclcd cases have clock spraying of ditches and been reported in the past month other possible mosquilo breed- and the disease may have been publicity gained through arcas would continue at responsible for at leasl 12 action might help to arouse Iheilcasl through Monday in an at-'deatha. public to Ihc board's advantage.jiempl lo halt nn outbreak of Mayor Louie Welch ordered a (See PETITION. Page J) (encephalitis in Houston. SUNDAY PREVIEW High 95, low 78. Soulh Central Texas: Partly cloudy Saturday and Sunday The roof of the P. W. Walson Jr. home also was blown off as was Ihc roof of a shed al the with widely scattered thundc ihowers in north portion. High J. V. Wood and Bros. Lumber !r- Co. iaturday 02-106. Friday temper a lures: low 80. High O'Connor Lows at a.m. and p.m.; highs at Tho awning on Ilic town's new post office was deslroycd. The storm had an eerie set ling striking while the sun Tides (Port Lavaca Port shonc through broken, dark clouds. Rain measuring 1.2 inches fell. p.m. Saturday and The turbulence was triggtred by a.m. Sunday. a Pacific cold front moving Barometric pressure at Eeajsouthward through Ihe stale, level: 20.79. Nearly all skies excpl those Sunset Saturday: the Panhandle were overcasl rise Sunday: lor partly cloudy. Thin informationi bind an Maximum temperatures (or Irom the U.S. Weilher Bureau uiv Vlclorll OUlct, I WbATHbH, rage J) 1928 Inez Bank Robbery Yes, Virginia, nl one Inez really had a bank. And Ihc most important thing that ever happened to II was on Aug. 9, 1928, when it was rohhcd and the Ivsn employes were locked up in an alr-ljglit vault, narrowly cseaping death. The cover sfory of Sunday's Fun Magazine will recall the action. Football Preview on I'orl Football lime Is just around the corner, and The Ail- Is well prepared. Sports Kdilnr John Lyons will have the full dory on what fans of Calhoun High School of Port can expect this year, on Sunday's Sport Page. Bcof Industry Study The hecf Industry IK In trouble, and calllemen across the nation arc feeling (he nineh. At the same time, con- sumers complain that prices In the. meal market arr still loo high. Roth Ihe producer and Ihc consumer will find some interesting new Ideas in a study of the problem on Sunday's Farm Page. Ihc cost" citywiile ing campaign to halt the out- Ihreak of Ihe disease, sometimes (called sleeping sickness, which 'is spread by the female culox i mosriuilo. "We are not going lo slow down on spraying lo find out the Welch said. The city is purchasing chem- ;1cals and 10 private exterminat- ing companies are donating equipment, manpower and serv- ices, Dr. C. A. Pigford, city health 'officer, reported the outbreak Thursday, lie said the disease, a virus, is Ihe "SI. strain." He said the disease is carried to humans only by the blood sucking female culex mosquito which feeds from dusk lo dark. ;IIe said it spreads to humans a (virus that it might have picked lup from infected birds or jsnokcs. He said many persons may hnvc Ihc disease without know- ing it and it sometimes is mis- (See HOUSTON, Page 3)   

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