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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 28, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 113 TELEPHONE HI S-Ull Cleo Cuts Costly Path In Florida Cape Crews Guard Rockets CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) Hurricane Cleo lashed this sprawling space center with gales Thursday night after cut- ting a multimillion-dollar path of destruction across Miami and up B'lorida's "Gold Coast." With vyinds of 100 miles an hour whipping around its cen- ter, the storm moved slowly northward (oward Ihe missile pads of (he Cape after stalling for nearly an hour near Mel- bourne, about 35 miles to the south. Advance gales ol 50 m.p.h. whipped across Cape Kennedy, and emergency crews kepi close watch on five space rockets lashed tor security on launching pads. Craft Warned Hurricane warnings were hoisted as far north as Brun- swick, Ga., and small croft up to Cape Haltcras, N.C., were warned to stick close lo port. Despite the damage, Cleo took no lives in Miami. But far behind her in the Car- ibbean, the dealh loll rose to 138 as Haiti continued counling vic- tims killed last Monday. Al leasl 124 died in Haiti, 14 on the island of Guadeloupe. While smashed windows, ripped awnings, fallen Uces and power lines left Miami's strecls looking like a bailie zone, a strong building code adopted years ago in southeast Florida protected her citizens. No Deaths Lulled into a careless sense of security by a 14-year period in which Miami felt the wrath of only a single hurricane, many shop owners did not heed Die warnings to board up, After the hurricane, many of these found plate-glass windows smashed and interiors wrecked. There was lillle, if any, structu- ral damage to buildings. Not a single death had been reported in Florida after Cleo, which killed at least 138 persons in Guadeloupe and Haiti, had smashed across Miami and 100 miles norlhward up the coast through Hollywood, Fort Lau- derdalc, West Palm Beach and Sluarl. Rocket Pails Slill packing a 100-mile an hour punch, lhe hurricane then drew a head on Hie rocket pads of Cape Kennedy. A hurricane watch was declared by the Weather Bureau on up lo Char lesion, S.C. While many confident Miami- ans enjoyed "hurricane parties' in strongly built homes whicl easily look Cleo's most vicious Miami punches, tourists Beach's famed suffered some uneasy moments. "We were told was coming but, my God, not VICTORIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 10G4 Established ISIS 14 Cents Johnson Pledges Fight For Peace, Prosperity RODEO old Ray Stoebner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoebner of 710 W. Nueces, takes a real elose look at Clown Ike 'Packer's mule at the first perform- ance of the Victoria Horseman's Club Youth Rodeo Thursday evening in City Park arena. There was a lot of other rodeo color, action and sights to enchant the little cowboy. Other performances will begin at II p.m. Fri- day ami Saturday with admission of SI for adults and 50 cents for chil- dren. (Advocate Photo) Taylor Resigns See As City Officer of J JJ Rodeo Here fcclcd adversely by the local humidity. "II isn't Plenty of fasl times, rough exactly and colorful western Taylor said, "but he has bad a tertainmcnt greeted a crowd SP''1 national solidarl- little cough ever since we have been here." about spectators at the first night's performance of the City Patrolman Cary Taylor, nvolved recently in an alterca- ion at police headquarters with an 18-year-old youth which re- sulted in an FBI investigation and charges of brutality from :hc boy's father, said Thursday ic will resign from lhe police department effective Aug. 31. Police Chief John Guseman said the resignation was nol rc-jbecn before the Victoria County j st'irt in the first quested, and Taylor porter back year-old Mobs Fight In Streets Of Saigon Pence Urged By Religious SAIGON. South Viet (AP) Armed mobs buttled each other nml Iroop.s fired on pi ogovcrnmcul demonstrators here Thursday in an ironic to official promul- gation oE a new deal aimed atj stemming national unrest. Eight persons were known dead and possibly 10 or more were killed in citywidc rioting that reflected old antagonisms, politicral and religious, between Vietnamese Buddhists and Catholics. Scores were wounded. A joint communique from the lludilhisl Association and the jSaigon archbishopric of the tto- iman Catholic Church called for (peace. Urges Cnlm Obviously referring lo agcnl.s of Hie Communist Viet Coiig. it [urged the people to keep calm and be alert against "the schemes of bad elements who infiltrate the ranks of religious groups to incite dissension and Republicans Invited To 'Come Over' The 25-year-old officer, his] ninth annual Victoria Horse- wife and son have lived in Vic- man's Club Youth Rodeo Thurs- toria for about a year. die city Park arena. Earlier Thursday Taylor had; file rodeo got off to a rugged ty and sabotage public safety and order." Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh's ruling junta the 60-man mili- tary Revolutionary Council "ame( him lwo olhcr d, and Taylor told a re-jGrand Jury in connection witii! the bareback broncs proved cn-itiaXs' Uiat is "nlil a lie will move his family jlhc case of David Watkins, too much for their youth- "at'olia' congress is to Austin because his 2-jof 30or> E. Hio Grande. riders Not a rider managed P'CH a now c''icf -jof juw mo lining :fui riders. Not a rider managi son, James Michael, Watkins suffered a broken on [ilc whistle. and four teeth knocked out on In the figure eight barrel event collnlry (or ,n.jdays, that is until a provisional :_ [0 _. stale and cabinet lilectcil Aides June 23 when he was struck somc m.y fast times were Eluded to serve with Khanh suffers from a respiratory ail- ment which is aggravated by the local climate. Taylor in (he police headqirar- elo'cked" Gen. Duong Van We don t know yet whether Iters squad room. Seven other icd cvent wjth qiiicklMinh, the former chief of state Austin climate wi 1 be suit-1teeth later were removed siirgi- n.4 seconds. Only .2-sccondjwho Khanh displaced Aug. 15; cally. able for him, but the doctor thinks it will Taylor said. He said the physician has told, him the child's condilion is af-' (See TAVI.OII, separated the top lime from thatland LI. Ccn. Trail Thien Khicm, Taylor said in a wriUeu state-i0f Taylor of Inez. In theiformcr defense minister, mcnt suhmillcd to County Ally.' thinl JclTy of DANIEL IN VOKHFKONT Former Gov. Price Daniel of Texiis, left, who is playing an unexpect- edly prominent role in the Democratic National Convention, is shown aliove talking with Kujjene (Bull) Connor, Alabama national committee-mail. (AP Photo) Daniel, LBJ Talk 'Strictly Social' ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (AP) Price Daniel of Texas said Thursday night his unexpected overnight While House visit was jusl a "relaxed visit" with President Johnson. Daniel flew to Washington with (lie President after Wednesday night's convention session and returned address, with Johnson Turk Troop Replacement Seen Threat hi By Humphrey ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (API President Johnson accepted the Democratic presidential nomination Thursday nigtil and pledged himself to ;i constant effort Inward peace among all lands'' and unity, prosperity and fair play for all Americans. "I accept your noininullon." the President lold the roaring thousands of Democ'rals in na- tional convention. "1 am-pl tho duty of leading this party lo victory." Invites Uqninlicans And like his vice- presidential running male, Ken, Hnbcrtll. Humphrey nf Minnesota, Jnlm- son invited Uopublicnns to des- ert Harry fiotdwaU-r and come over lo the Democrats. lie said, "we offer jnnrsclvcs on our record ami by our [il.'ilfnrru as 11 parly for all Americans, an nil Ameri- can party for all Americans." The convention adjourned at p.m. (Vicloria Over and over, al almost eve- ry sentence or Iwo, limes in all, lhe Democrats broke in with iipplmise or thundering roars or both. Ten led away, his eyes con- stantly on Johnson, Hum- phrey. The Minnesota .senator !iad just delivered his own ac- Victoria Jobless Total Below State, U.S. Rate [Soadrift and Jimmy Zbitowsky of Louise clocked ll.n. Kilihnn Hoping The new triumvirate issued an appeal lo the people of South Viet Nam to stop demonstra- ting and return lo their homes. Kenneth Knocke took ttic rib-l" that (ho government bun roping with a rmc< for''s lowed by George Mcnofce 23JKcmly Problems for the 'flat, A and Alan liiske, 28. good 22.B seconds gave lhc tl1" .Richard Threadgill ol Tail the The Vicloria labor forcc has and national figures for bending lead. John Schil- council announced voiding of the controversial con- stitution adopted when Khanh NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) The Greek Cypriol government wllli forcibly resist the replacement' of Turkish troops based on Cy- prus scheduled for Monday, nn official source said Thursday. A Turkish spokesman replied that forcc would be met wilh forcc. The source said that lhe Turk- ish contingent based on tho is- land by treaty would he per- me victoria lanor lorcc tins; Mate ami national figures for P emmis leau. j0nn ecll. tn i( t, increased lo during the, August arc nol yet Ann md said the council itself is but Oic replacement of Ihe con- month of August, and only 1.8 ,...-i. ".iielj led hue Ann Vivian, ,ilso: jimwni whpilnlnii in h.mi presidential plane Thursday afternoon. He said Jio and President Johnson discussed polilcs but not along any particular line or any certain nrea. "He told me what lie had alruiitly told Itie Texas delega- tion here: That be was proud of part they played in the con- vention, Daniel said. "It was strictly sncinl. .lust a real re- laxed visit, that's all" .Snutlirvii Vkw Delegation sources said Dan- iel, a prominent leader among Southern governors during his three terms in lasn-fil, was called to Schnelle said, but the July totals a (own product, with' 2-l'o. now dissolved. Aside from lhe lingent scheduled to land !Hig Three, ils generals and col- Famagusla would a tightened woman visi- tor cried after the wind blew out a window at the Fontainebleau Hotel and her hand was cut by a piece of flying glass. Experiencing a tropical hurri- cane for Ihe first time gave a thrill to some tourists. But oth- ers were shaken up when the wind smashed thousands of win- dows along the famed resort strip. When store windows began to (See CLEO, Page 6) hcadcdiback, by force if necessary. turned iti Hio presidential hox of this world's biggest convention hull. Nnnicd OitUwjilor Mere and there In Hie gal- leries wore stretches of empty scats. Hut oulsidc were crowd's Hint wanted to got inside and had no tickets. Time and again, Humphrey ad lianirncred at presidi'ntiiil nuinincc lloldwaler tiy name n man he said "has been lacing backward against the mainstream of his- tory." Juhiuun didn't Gtildwaf- er, hut by there reaction the delegates seemed In lliiiik he had the GOP nominee in mind. "Tlmi'c is no place in today's the White House for lie said' Wednesday night to give is also m) views on the campaign in the South pla recklessness. We cannot art rashly with the I "I "I L 1 U.TIN VV I 111 Daniel flew lo Washington nuclear weapons that' could and the national average, "BC. wa.s SctineDe said. Last January the area's labor forcc hit wilh 545 seek- ing unemployment claims. That 4.2 per cent and in line with the program national average 4.8 per cent. .Specialty Acl announced by Knanh when he In July of 1MB, Victoria's rate Included during the perfor-'rcs'gned the presidency Tues- per cent, contrasted to ma net- was n local specially under pressure of studenl was 3'6 3 stalc __., of -1.8 per cent featuring Kenneth who ng unempoyment camsTat q latter figure has declined to 380. am a rale of 5'5 Per aml hlf claimants for August. cent. i Ixically, job openings have far iexceeded the labor supply, jSclmelle said. The demand for {labor in all occupations, includ- ling skilled, semi-skilled, siilcs and service fields is greater llhan the local office can supply, mother and her infant son Thursday when n tornado, (See ItODEO, Tornado Kills Mo I her, Son TUCSON', Ariz. (AP) A Itotation of half the wilh the President with just a troy us (ill. The only course is In press witn all our mind ami all twccn Greek CyprioLs ami Turk- Worked On Selllcim-nt Daniel, who resigned fn ish forces ccrn at highest levels. DipTomat- ic sources here say U.N. ,Scc- rclary-Cj'cncral Senate, lo run for Texas the nor, has had an important :n convention proceedings, py ma ason for unUjip- s is UKI! men fool llicir wivrs like (dois1 iiHifhcrs. I.eanets explaining these ar- ic sources here soy U.N. .Sec- nor, has had an important parlj was W Thursday and rangcmcnts were dropped by rctary-Gcncral U Tliant has in convention proceedings, was birthd-iy" helicopter into the slreel, talic'1 UP the matter, urging re- was a member of the drenched by rain and stained by slraml of (lie Turkish govern- (ials subcommittee that worked n tt, A.K( blood. Rut the the Cypriot govern- with Sen, Unhurt Humphrey, D-lncucptanci- Mi'eech Vi'ml were nol impressed. The rioting "'cnl of President Makarjos. in an attempt to sctllcibirllidiiv inriv wilh limvinrtt persisted. Greece has declared that iljlhc Mississippi an-l Ala.....na [mallj H.o Presi'lcnl on [hr Professed Catholics made up (See TIIJIKAT, Page fi) (See TALK, t'aBc jbonrdwalk nulsidc the liall. L, I Killed wiiuii a IOIIHIUU, f hit the Son Xavier Mission area I (J Uli.5 .1 A Ralph and Hetty Wall post- southwest of Tucson. carding from Lubbock, where: worc Norris 31 they are on vacation after ,ler jo-monlh-old son, Mar- visit to the celebrated Elm Inn at nearby Tulia Vernonj McMullfn back from a vacation In Kcrrvillc, where he atlcnded Carousel at Point Theater inimy Smllh sending greetings to friends across town Lee Jones getting commended for planning a tour of the Ozarks and Joplin, Mo., for Mrs. Louise Miller Mrs. Charles Pnzzl jured as the small but powerful twister 
                            

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