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Publication: Advocate August 26, 1964

Advocate (Newspaper) - August 26, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 11L TELEPHONE III 3-1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST KslaMls'.icll IIHS MIAMI, IAP) KilierSmall craft were laid lo stay in Hurricane Cleo veered straight for Florida Tuesday night after lashing Cuba and leaving a re-, ported 50 or more dead in Haiti. A radio report reaching Port, All Prince, Haiti, from a busi-i01' very rapid intensification ncssman in Los Cayes on Haiti's'take place over Ibc Florida southern peninsula said 50 ho- Straits Wednesday.' port. Homeowners were warned to be ready for quirk action "should n more rapid forward speed take place Tuesday night That storm crossed ;he Keys, raked the Gulf Coast of Florida, crossed the state and churned up Die eastern sea- board of the United States, hit- ting major cities along the way. dies had been found and a hos- The evening advisory placed pital destroyed. Another rcportllhc storm's center over Cuba, 14 Cents Florida NewTargetDem Maneuvers Avoid For Rampaging Cleo n Decision Due Uy Next Week City Council and its architect, Chris DiStefaiio, may start! Chief forecaster Clordon Dunni'h'inh'g "P lllcir plans for a said H weakening high pressurcipew cily hall next week, il was area north of the storm conlrib-lin'l'catod Tuesday, uted lo its unexpected change! Mayor Kemper Williams said from thc Dutch freighter 300 miles south southeast ttienon said GO per cent of l.es'of Miami. On its present course Cayes was destroyed and two Cleo is expected lo hit the Flori- tiigs were sunk. da Keys Wednesday afternoon. Cleo started its deadly ram-' Winds at the center were esti- page when it nil Guadeloupe mated al 75 miles an Saturday killing at least 14 hurricane force injuring 100 others. "However, winds will The storm made an abrupt !crease to above hurricane force '-mil' turn lo the north after once the center in direction. This indicated, lie1 said, a slower and more erratic behavior. In Cuba, Fidel Castro's reel- that DiStefaiio has been inter- viewing department beads on their various space require- ments, and Ihe architect him- ing economy suffered its second jself said he wants to spend the! natural disaster in two years.lbalancc of the week studying our vearithese figures and reviewing! lashed lie island for a figures and with the dcpartmen westward in the Caribbean with jlhc open waters of the Florida wmds of MO miles an hour. Straits on the nort New Riots Flare Over Saigon Rule SAIGON, Soulh Viet Nam (named premier, with a Cabinet Gen. Nguyen a wide spectrum of Mianh struggled as a caretaker jibe political factions that have opposed him. i an unprec-jthem days, killing destroying coffee this study is complet-! ripe lor general building plans in-i jcluding design, will be built i -rVi p Vi 11 >JII'V.HIL.T iiicsujiy llicsc spied rpniiiro-! in more tlnn 10 000 oorsons The weather bureau daybreak from low' areas. Thei'" v residents of smith Florida advisory said. forci l-iiliire Needs tne Keys to keep m touch wilhj The last hurricane lo nil Klor-inumberof homes already had is hope we can all storm bulk-tins Wednesday.lida was Donna in Scptemberibeen damaged. build to lake care of our needs al least 10 Mayor; I Williams said, "and have" a- {structural design which would] permit us to al least double the; of the cily hall at some later date." Tills would mean that if a three-story building is con- strucled under thc proposed! jbond program, il would hue foundation and structui il 'strength to permit addition of jtbree more stories Inter. [figures three stories arc nised strictly for the purpose of definition and have not been established by the council.) t.atcr Additions i j "We don'l know right i what we will need, it! jeoiilrl be two stories or il could Ibc Williams said. j I Building structurally to per-! {mil lalcr additions will pnse' no major problem, DiStefano said. "Actually. It can be done a !lol easier than most people Ihe architect said- "and I at a very nominal increase in cost at the present time." Thc value of this type ol __jplanning, Williams points out, is that if thc city grows a.s il is expected to do il would not mean that a completely new icily hall would have lo be buill in a few years. tively cheap additions lo Ihe existing building could provide the city's needs well into jthc future. Hclow Million Cost estimates on (he new city hall arc not likely to hi Wednesday to mold a new gov- ernment that would satisfy (he riotous student and Buddhist critics of the trappings of dicta- torship he has renounced. Savage fighting in Da Nang accompanied Ihe Saigon politi- Conceivably the council could re-elect Khanh as premier or president to lead a revamped regime. Or it might restore lhc figurehead chief of stale he sue- cueclcd 10 days ago, Maj. Gen. cal developments. A mob ol pre-jDuong Van Highlv popu- dommnntly Buddhist rioters liar among Buddhists, Minn di- sacfced and burned a nearby Uo- reeled the November revolt in man Catholic settlement of President Ngo Dinh; then surged through IhcjDiem, a Roman Catholic, was city's streets, burning a movie deposed and slain theater, shops and other build- A communique issued in ad-: kbl jvancc of thc session announced Heavy gunfire was heard ifhat tile council would dissolve from Ihe U.S. enlisted the election and its mcm- barraeks near the ocean return to their purely mili- iiiu there was no definite wordjlary functions. of the reason. Under pressure by a Saigo Mosi Texans Slay Warm. liy TIIT ASSOCIATED I'KfCSS A cnlil front mnvctl across (he a n Imiulic Tuesday white warm, humid air cov- ered most of Hie rcsl of Ti'xns. The front dropped tem- peratures curly in (he aftcr- iiutm lo 7t degrees at Amn- rillo and 70 Jit Diilluirl. The sahl it wouldn'l move much deeper than (lie Ked Itivcr fieforc r c I r c a I i n g Wednesday. iNleainvhiln, il dial any llireal to Ihe Texas (Jiilf Coasf area from Cleci ivas diminishing. The storm s mashed through C ir l> a anil then lui-ncd noi'llnvanl, taking a dead aim a( Florida. Maximum t e m jicraluics ranged from I Off at Presidio ilOH'ii to JJnllinrr.s Police Block Doors To Hall Surging Mob O O ATLANTIC CITY, Mississlp- jpuins Ivilkod at Alabamans shouted ,1 rebel yell of loyalty, and the Democratic ccnu'cnlion Tuesday night hlnmily wont about the business of liela- boritij; and adopting a pl.-tltorin, Wild a hit ol applause and IHI tlissnu, tin- platform was accepted just before convention adjourned its second v session at p.m. IB? If Outside the meeting hull, a ill IV IO crushing crowd of hackers of a predominantly Negro Mississip-: TVT V I? pi delegation up against; J lUM'C I.O1 entrances. .State ponce, snnveu kept TOO Senate (he doors shut, and even kept out some late arriving for a time. Cfliiipuunilril j NKW ,YOKK (API Ally. Mostly, it all added up tniCvn. Uohert I1', Kennedy for- cninpoumlccl confusion. [mally entered the race for the Hut President John.snn gotiU. S. Senate Tuesday a.s a Dem- wbat he wanted- skillful from New York, and snid .neuvcring that kept a hatlle in- President .lolinsnn will ram- jvolving the racial issue from for him. The llepuhlican boiling up on the convention opposition epi immediately labeled carpetbagger cancli- floor under the eyes of tclevi-jhim "Hie sion cameras atul millions ophite.'1 watchers. j Kennedy has had his home in In the center of the iKiekslagelvirginia 'and his voting rcsi- negotiations was Sen. Hubert HJdciice in Massachusetts. Tliis led his potential liepiibli- c-an Sen. Kennetli H. he was elected Aug. 18 by j his military revolutionary eoun-i cil. I He pledged a new deal for this; Communist-menaced republic j and junked the controversial! constitution promulgated whcni he moved up from the premier-' CLEVELAND (AP) Ropub-jis reckless, and irresponsible Sees 9 in Asia I5ATTKUKI) courtesy car station wagon, owned by Chevrolet Co., wan struck by n freight train about s) a.m. Tuesiby in lhi_- 100 block of Cuadalupc. Thc driver, Lawrence K. Williams, of E. Juan Linn, escaped with n i-ut The vehicle carried apprnximnH-ly 120 before the slowly moving train could be slopped. Guy Allen Srrlliy of Ci'lcndale was the enjjincor, Patrulman Harold McCulliHiyli mvi'.sli- galod llie accident. (Advocate I'hoto) Enrollment Hits at Str Joseph ship, which'he had held nominee Bar-deny the North Atlantic Treaty The 37-year-old strong T Golflwalcr cails Tuesday advised Ameri- ince Bar-deny the North Atlantic Treaty lrity hall arc not likelv to be I Amen- Organization the firepower ofjfirmly established for some iparc he called but council has indicated peace in [nuclear weapons." !jt wju be shooting for a figure ___......... to prep: and lhc council a junta "a negotiated ji up of officers of South VietiSoul1' vicrl Nam's U.S.-supported armed, "e 'he negotiators forces announced other steps to neutralize thc South- to Cut the nation's 14 NATO al- to end thc crisis, then went Asla" nation, now bcsetslics OJ1 (he year-old Washing- a night session to elect a new DV guerrillas, it would linc h national leader an open door lo Communist infi-s They expected lo issue a mcinique on the results 10' Clinging hack Democratic: a.m. II p.m. CST Tuesday. icharges, he told some pco- A usually reliable politicallp'c at Ihe annual convention of source said Khanh would be lhc Veterans of Foreign Wars The Arizona senator promised kinder and possibly Ihal as president he would offer considerably below that figure. The tentative ceiling Is based on the financial calculation Hint the cily at this time could is- a symbol of as mllcl.' fls in cret conversations, deals, without an increase .0 design Ihe Kmollmcnt at St. Joseph has Aug. :n. Classes will start climbed lo 301 students, a.m. and will be dismissed ing lo Brother Michael 10 a.m. the first day. Half- school periods will he inainlained, year, before Die classes di.smissing at noon, .rales were doubled, the first week, ami full-day ment was willi '2'J.tt will beuin after Ihe in the tour high school grades Labor llav 202 in grades five through 1- paled." Hi other Michael said. well satisfied with Enroll in lie .said had U.S. WASHINGTON IAP) i million students M III KM, iindi.irpll rilinrff.i- IT r fi ;la'mor wns kll water told the VFW for thc AFI.-CIO Trans- students.'and a I) track designed 'SC'L we have heard in thc Workers Union general education, Uolh! Jack Weaver of San Antonio in town to say "hello" to friends; Linda Liuscmnli, president of Vicloria High School Student Council reminditii! sliulcnls of the welcome parly for Pierre -'afternoon when the tractor he 'Wed area in the world (hat we, ways, ending a one-day strike fulfill all college entrance. Aguignier, exchange student was riding overturned and in we in WM only against the earner's worldwide arealworac. .service. School begins at tlutnphrey of Minnesota, John- 'win's agent. While Ihe Mississip- pi that oincrged [was sjionrned by an (regular delegatii'm anil a lire-! "Hirers Hrlcnnir dominanlly Negro rump ilelegii-: "I wclromo Holier! Kennedy lion, il apparently was New York. Indeed, as his sen- enough undermine n I would he glrnl lo furnish paign lo get Ihe factional light jhim a guide book, road map and joillo the convention floor jollier useful literature about the I I.ikrlv I'rnspn-l .Kinpire Slate which any sojour- .IK1'' woiilil find iclpfii i Ihimphrey remained the most (likely looking prospect tor llu-! of the :ill-yBar-olil vice presidential 'he Kennedy inomination 2-1 hours hcfnre nssurcd at 'lime Ihe is Slntc ;to ralifv Johnson's chice Lonvention, despite pnekcls of i The way things rnnlts- Tuesday night was a mixture of) Kennedy, with Ihe family shifts, contradictions and "u eslabllshed political fantastic. drawing card in New York, is In the of il all, John W. IKcnenilly conceded lo be a for- 'McCormack of opponent. Ihe lanky, silver-locked speaker! He-fuses Support of the House, took command has (0 iiitjotnc lAice, wno nas inrea- lican candidate Harry to [nr ,hc as inipii sive and trigser Conservative party lickel. and al Ihe (.OP a.s- a raptive of, Kealing's supporters cxlremisls usmg Kennedy's an- movemenis. Imnincemcnt, and prepared to llecldrss I'Higrani Ihammer hard on twin campaign Gpldwiiler, lie said, offers "a1 themes of Democratic carpel- choico of uncertainty, a choiceibngtiing and lioss control, of ciintiision and a choice uti Kennedy, who has rented a ehas." Tile opjKisilin, he saidjLonf! Island mansion at Crlen "offers programs rif an his New York resi- and recklessness." :dence, recoKiiiwd the carpel- lint Crcsidunl Johnson issilt' formal statc- 'will receive Ihe Democratichnicnl of bis candidacy, nomination Wednesday thnl some voters Iras produerd, iMcConriac'k .said, have misgivings abonl cnii.sider- "onc of the most astonishing liigh nlfice who and administrative has left the slate and has only records in modern Then at thc end, the conven- tion chairman asked everyone (See DK.MS, 1'ngc 7) fi o rice 94 America's leadership early Wednesday a contract of. tracks Imivcvcr cicet all enrollment usually kllle" realise tliat everv from Pan American Air- and federal reciuiremcnts, and ismallur than th Paris, from 4 lo fi p.m. him to the ground je re__wora The antieip.-iled office pointed out t ll.suall; ic school-year en- enroll- erlnii, Cuero arli.sls. llafernicfc, St, was paintings today from II) to 12 dead on arrival at Me- ii'ion at McNatnnra O'Connor morial Hospital in (lanado Aluseimi the Mc-rlp Thc whcn of Porllanii. Tex., formerly from Victoria, in town on a uas nrinng nis ncej visit with friends lector over a levee on his) llelty Caraway, teacher al Wil- ranch two miles north of Edna.', liam Offer School, planning a Eycsvilnesscs said Hafernick; last year's fifth grade class from tracl h union at her home 1502 E. i( H. i it started to topple, hut thc ma-i LWVPresented Program On Water Conservation St. Joseph mcnl will be 2.5 per com higher ilhari Ihe 5I.IJ million of last fall.i Ctiniftiuiy iiriisiiliint (it ItrKtrd: "And will MI signi- fy liy '1 resign.' rtiturnwl. I unilcrstiind Iliis, Inn il is iipprpprtatu to jKiiril mil my candidacy woiilrl fulfill Uic rccjiiiremcnts for fttccjihci'-ship in (lie1 U. S. SciiHlc which were sol forlli cr soloinn by the men who [Ir.iftrtl the Con.stilu- linn of tlio Sl.-ilc; of Mew York, ;ts' u'cll as (hoso who (No Cuiisliliilion tif the United in- said, Bv I'AT W1TTK Advocate- Staff Writer 'it un SMunhv "W0' u c is expensive to obtain 'it jj.jji. ftiiiunidy n'lncl In r-f thf> James rolled over ins body. League o? Women a trip to Europe soon W. O.j funeral services will he was told Tuesday night lloWienscr of Inez in town on.al 4 p.m. Wednesday at First at a meeting devoted lo Ihe business and I- lo st church jn study of Texas' pollution laws. Jlafernicli of danatlo, ]fa n.. Pn of Vicloria, in town for the Cemetery under direction -llarr> "enkcl Uu Pont- onc and non-public schools and col-' leges. The largest percentage in- crease will he in college enroll, rncnts, lhc expected total of 4.8 million being 0.7 per cent higher than last fall's 4.5 million fi- gure. Secondary school enrollments, grades 'J through 12, arc csli- MOUTHS Teen-Age Boosters Make Noise for LB Kddie Hitler doing his good of Pscncik Funeral Home. trial and municipal wastes out thru industry goes to ex problems stemming from lengths to iper cent over last fall's 12.2' mil- Hotli Henkel and Wright point-.Cory s imli.pollution "both a strong bill am] a fjiir; Klcmcnlary students arc ex- WP ATMRJi Sflitl vittnria peeled lo total 35.4 million I-I J is in having an per cent more than last fall's abundant supply ol waler. 3-1.9 million. Partly cloudy through pointed mil that agricul- has dayjm his vacation; Surviving arc three been one of'thc leaders "pPPy Hafernick of Ganado, fight lo make certain the of Alvin and Gilbertjiation has an adequate supply Hafernick of El Campo; and four sisters, Mrs. Olga Ochlcr- beck, Mrs. Afary Bancy, Mrs. Anna tlamlly and Mrs. Elsie have a friend in deed Mrs. 0. Atwcll never busy lo say a good word about thc grandchildren Krncst Spicgclhnucr loo busy for any lengthy all af salion I-'. A. taking hammer in hand for a' bit of repair thc III TV OlIC Ashlcys due in from Hunt to-! day, where he attended a Bureau Agent's meeting Dave Wiillow braving )hc alter-! viclona County's grand jury noon heal for a coffee break 'completed its second full day I'ele lirown inking a mid-'t0' hearing witnesses Tuesday, afternoon nap Mrs. moro scheduled lo appear McVcy. HI and Wednesday with few 's biggcs) industry in s-i s scattered daylimc United States, bar Z lO Ullll hat "effective are necessarily of con- Ui) IJtV Wednesday and Thursday. of pure water. Olher members of thc panel were .Slate Rep. li. Cory, (he moderator; Sidney Dean, super- visor of thc Calhoun-Victoria Soil Conservation Districl; R. L. Wright of Union Carbide; Gene Wealhcrly, petroleum con- sultant; and V. E. Atkinson, superintendent of the Victoria water department. Cory, Ihe author of the slate's present water pollution bill, said that until thc legislation was cnacled in Augusl of 1961 Texas ers. South to southeast winds at 10 lo 20 m.p.h. Expected Wednesday temperatures: Highborn to all of us." 9.3, low 75. South Central cloudy Wed had no clearly-defined guideline lie also rnane an appeal for Ural Texas: Parllyislale e'mtrcl of waler announced Tuesday incsday and as lo federal jur- widely scallercd ATLANTIC CITY fAP) If can when a Texan, particularly safeguard lo (inl1 lhn biRgr'-ft I'rc.siilent Johnson nr saicguani matai lo be 12.7 million, up 1.1 fjf at (hf, is They will provide Nalional Democratic CVinven-'a considerahle part of the phys- tion, look for the Young ierd exertion in two big demon- for Johnson from Texas. planned whcn Connally "We're here lo let everybody "I1 lfl nominate Johnson and know Texas is behind LIU nil atu'r H'c nominating speech. Ihi- way and we're going lo do Members of thc Texas YCJ s-iys a pert, fast-talking had a production line operating brunette, Miss Jeannine f licks, Tuesday in a roof garden on niece of C-ov, John Connally ami lladdon Hall. Some stapled :co-chairman of the Texas YCJ demonstration signs reading 'delegation. She lives in Handera "We're for LIU" and "Texans Vacancies on two city is a senior at llaylor (Jni- for Johnson" on long wooden announced Tuesday hyivcrsity. i staffs. Others worked on bright day with widely thumlershowers mainly Ihe coast. High Wednesday 102. Temperatures Tuesday: '-fl, low 75. Tides (Porl Lavaca-S'orl "Yon just tell the folk s'Kns with <-'onnally's mc In watch (or us we'll he Portrait and "Texas." be O'Connor Highs at p.m. Wednesday and in thU We were bays and ri fore anyone else ever il. Mill lorumalcly, lhc no letter of resignation has been out 510 each (or a distinctive Deceived from Kasley, hill while and blue slripcd uni-j pharmacy owner lias indi-iform shifts for fiirls and vests icated he will resign from Ihe'with straw hals for boys. indus-jhoard because he has moved, i-age are sons and Most" also "shelled d-.nghlers of delegation mcm- Barometric prcs.surc, at Maiirgerilc Matlhcws HI Deliberations as to action are for effective conlrol of pollu-level: lorumalcly, uic moved, The young Texans, Hi'to 20 collecting rummage for Ihe lo begin lale Thursday tion. Sunset Wednesday: re-cognized the problem the city -'in one big cheering section Saturday al 8 a.m. on Friday, a spokesman said, j Mllch wnrk rcrnains to hc rjsc Thursday: fore anyone else, and started, Nn replacements for the Iwo the convenlion-identified by Mam Slrcel, lo raise funds (or. Indictments are expected ear-idone. hc said, particularly altempling lo bring it under nnn navc hyiblg "Texas" sifiii-anci try to 5 the Humane Society projects, ily next week, Ithe areas of detergents, (See IVATKH, I'age 7) council Williams .-.aid ........u womw-, .......s Imake as much noise as ;

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Publication: Advocate

Location: Victoria, Texas

Issue Date: August 26, 1964

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