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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 30, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119lh 115 TELEPHONE HI S-H51 VICTORIA, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 1964 Established 1818 46 Pages Victoria County Harvest May Exceed All Records By PAT WITTI-l Advocate Klaff Writer Admittedly, it's been had in one or two areas, hut generally (his could turn out lo he the host harvest season Victoria County farmers have ever had. The county's cotton crop is expected lo crowd bales, which is thought lo be an all- time high under the controlled acreage program. The total hit bales this week, already exceeding the 'pre-scason fore- cast of "We've never missed a pre- diction on the cotton crop thai far said County Agonl D. B. iMcC'ombs. Dales McCombs said thai if (he total approaches bales as expected, it would also mean a new high for a pcr-acre yield. The county's farmers have ahoul acres devoted to cotton. Ordinarily the county averages is about one-half bale per acre. "We don't have any real rec- ord for this sort of mc- Combs said, "but I do know that the general picture is bet- ter this year than I've ever seen it here before, and I've been here 13 years." Last year Ibc counly pro- duced about bales. In 10S2 the total was and in only Humper Corn Crop All-time records are not avail- able, bul according to the Tex- as Almanac the county produced 35.181) bales in 1930, in the days before cotton acreage allot- ments. McCombs and J. Mack Pres- ley, work unit director for the Calhoun-Victoria Soil Conserva- tion District, agreed thai this was a bumper year for corn and maize as well as colton. j Presley called it "an excel-j lent and said he's never seen heller overall crops in county. liolii farm observers credited! adequate rainfall and improved'- management practices for the high yields, Hiiin Just Ilighl "We didn't have a lol of rain this Presley said, "but in most areas it fell just right. "And then, (oo, farmers are becoming more efficient. Farm- ers who have been returning Viet Nam Premier Appointed Civilian lias Close U.S. 'lies SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) A civilian with close! links lo the United Slates took the reins Saturday as noting premier of South Viet Nam for two months. The government said that Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khauh, Uie leader since January, fell men- ially and physically ill under the strain of a week of rioting and' was under medical care. In lhe sixtli government change in 10 months, Dr. Nguy- en Xuan Oanh, a Harviird-cdii- catcii economist, assumed tem- porary leadership by appoint-; ment of a military Iriumvirale lhat was established Thursday. Nn He-Shuffle JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (Al') Oanh, 45, stressed at a news Swral ttajsaml friwujs ml conference, that it was still Klranb's government and be f no plans to reshuffle it. CUKV Jiwin-wn "He is still Ihe "flayed lus appearance while he Looting Continues In Philadelphia Barbecue Staged for LBJ, Guest CAR, TRAIN COLLIDE Woman, Son Hurt Slightly for Show Oanh said. "He is wnt.boali.ig.; He is nol well. Gillcspic Counly Democrats Oanh said Khatih was beiag 'staged Oanh said. "The agSETAl cLaralor (the constitution Johnsons mulgaled by Kh.nl, Aug. up later at Hie barbecue, hold in a rodeo arena. Youth Rodeo put on perhaps their best show in Ihe closing performance of the event Of'lnex Jimmy urday night at the arena m'sky of three wa crop residue to the soil and wholllouso in thc grandstand, per- have been making the best ninth annual of fertilizer are now seeing the.se practices pay off." McCombs gave three ex- amples of bumper crops in the county: 1. Pcle Rydotph, on a field near Bloomington, has already produced 15 bales on seven acres, and expects about five more when the scrapping is finished. 2, Earl Smith, on a 27-acre field, averaged slightly over tw-o bales lo the acre. HARVEST LIGHT Travelers leaving Victoria on the Cioliad Highway each night are "brighlly re- minded that this is harvest season the season when the farmer learns of his year's lorlune. It's been a good season this year, and the bright glow at Fieks Gin helps lo signal the good fortune. Photographed by Advocate Staffer Henry Wolff Jr., using a combination of time exposure and off- camera flash, the gin slack proved this picture sig- nificant of the cotton harvest now coming lo a close. (Advocate Photo) Full Grandstand Sees Closing Rodeo Events and Gtenda Fimbel of Victoria, a sense has made him even more serious, menially and phy- sically speaking, than before. I For thai, reason he is unable- And tlic delay in their nppcar- can-y on the affairs of stale and once bad no effect on Uie uro- I have been designated lo re- gram. The first order of busi- il-aec him with most powers (o ness was to consume mountains lead the government of of beef, ranch beans and home- Nam." made bread. Long lines formed Tight Guard i'm' "icse delicacies, served byj Troops in battle regalia mam-'NiUional c'andsmm in taincd a tight guard around Saigon and olher trouble spots lo prevent rioting Hint has been almosl unchecked (or a week. Al least nine persons perished in Uie rioling, two Friday, ami scores were hospitalized with injuries. The section of Oanh, a deputy premier of economics A Vlrtorln woman anil licr sun were sllglllly injured when Ihr car In i.vhii-h they were ridltiu vas slrui'li liy 11 SimlliiTn I'nrific Irain annul p.m. Satur- day "I Hie Wanner Kim-1 cnissing nv.-ir MIR mirth- wc.slci'n corner of llic Hly limits. Mrs. Clara Simmons, lo, 107 K. Magi-uilci-, and her son. Hilly, were lulinlllcil to hospital wilh scratches ami li r u i s e .s. Neither was cnnsidriTil sor- iinisly injured. Tlic acdileiil was Ihe scc- nml within fdiir ht Vic- lorla involving a locomotive anil nntnmohilc. injuries resulted when an engine struck a sliillwi wnpin Tui's- day In Hie HID block nl K. In llu1 Siidii'diiy jircidoui, Mis. SI in i tin tis tohl I'iilrul- nuui Cavl Ihul she did not hear any from Ihc truin until u few scnmds liefnre I'Dllisinn. She ullcinjili'd In UHTCHSR the speed of (lie In across tlto trucks, Inil Shots Fired First Time In Rio ling Police 1'alrol Area footing -ADKUMtlA (AP) Nf- n n sti'id'-ttii'ti si'ction of Phihuk'lplmi eon tinned stores (lie tliesel online strnek Uie rear of llic cur, shoving it into n draiiutge dileh. Waller Ililnmr, of iMis Heine wns engineer the train, lieatlrd fur Yon- kniu lit the time. iNJrs. Si i n in it us upas HC.NT- inj; n tii'H n! I lie lime of the acc'uk'nl. jiossihly saving her from serinns In- jury. Tim hciy, was nut wearint- erne of the hells. was pluyintf uilli his ilng in the seat. uy niyht. Rul II. .1. Tiilc .Siitd orm. Johnson am! Humphrey, Ihe Democratic vice-presidential nominee, spent what was otli- cially described as a relaxing [charges have been filed here Rewarded by another full City Park. The Victoria :i. Bruno Leila, in (he Wood Hi Comunity, averaged a bale and a half to the acre on his eolton crop, slightly over pounds (o the acre on maize, and 60 bushels to the acre on corn. Several producers in the county hit pounds or bet- ter on their maize crops on sc- (Soe HARVEST, Page 8A) Khanh's regime, appeared (o b la stopgap measure that proba- bly will not entirely satisfy any of the rival factions in South Viet Nam. Oanh, who said he was bom a Buddhist, seemed to tied with 22.9. 3. Robert _____....... Victoria, 23.0. A. Jerry DierlamJemcrge as a neutral in (be polit- Seadrifl, 23.2 5. Gaylon Zwer- ical, factional and religious dis- schke, Seadrift, Kathleen Tay- putes that have lorn the nation 123.4. Horseman's! nibbori Zbitow- for uetirly two weeks, ay tic at Tllnotlicsl Kiols In Die internal conflict, Budd- in Vic lo ria n Na m e d i In Port Thefts Ailvocnlr Sen POUT LAVACA liui-glary day, louring tiic ranch while their wives sunned themselves by Ihe LBJ swimming pool, then beading for the central Texas lake country. Hnnlinc against a 2-l-yciir-old Victoria man, Charles liay Beaver of COO N. Meyer, a self-employed sales- man. Sheriff D. [lallihnrton said 'Reaver had given his dcparl- Thc President mainlaincdjnicnt a signed statement ndmit- roulinc contact with officials in Washington, presumably keep- ing in touch with the trouble sit- uation in South Viet Nam. George E. Reedy, While House press secretary, told newsmen he had no information lo indicate that .Johnson had been in contact with FBI Direc- tor J. Edgar Hoover or wilh of- Shock Victim Recuperating From Injury shortly 'definitely under control." Kor lhe first time in the two lights of several shuts [were fired. Diek Oliinoff, deputy Icily representative, saiil five or six sbols were fired from a roof- top al 20th and Nwris Streets. Police, surrounded the area and threw searchlights on the roof, but could find no trace of anyone. KllkCTgrnry Cnnllnilrs issued n statement ray- ing hc is continuing In charge of (be emergency command center City Hall. He said he is in instant telephone and radio :ontacl with t'olicc Commis- sioner Howard Lcary at (he scene, "The police commissioner lias advised the mayor within the last 15 minutes lhat the situa- jtion is definitely under control." break- Talc. "of the Alamo" lic'i'ich huusc: Shortly aftcr Talc issued his Dr. Pole Muntier of said nn officer i. injured by cilbci1 a rock or Beaver has been released on wns lo a ing Uie Thursday bond set al by of the I'eace Prank C. Kelly.j Sheriff Halliburion said lica-! Tale Police ILeiir ver was arrcsled Friday in co- operation will, mc victoria lice Department. Ie IBIa I hiladel- A nn i Ilmn Police ilcploycd in lhe area A ..110 shot gun and a cn.sc wilh stole police and lhe Nation- of canned Ini ano were stolen fiimrtl slanding by. from the Montier residence be- Olanoff said that since Ihe tore the intruder was night, 112 off by ,i resident of tho Alamo, persons have been arrested Bench area. ;mmil m Iloth the gun and lhe huliincibeen charged with hurghu-v, were recovered alongside Cal-ifour wilh robbery, seven wiiii were pitted against Roman of presidential powers on Aug. Joe Monlag Sr. Bchlen award maiie by Montag Bro-'ancl Debbie Crick of Victoria nn" lhe scenes there Ihcrs. Brenda Jackson of -I. Danny Stephens of1   Central and Southeast Elsewhere m Ihe county, the'brothers, Herman Sturm Jr. of. The center will contain IS MOlTcxas; Partly cloudy and warm Bloomington Independent School Chinagrovc, N. (J., and feet of space. Length through wilh isolated Sturm of Houston; and the (ront will he 200 feet, mostly afternoon or evening District cmmls about noses, and the Mission Valley Independent School District about 2'ffl, The three common school districts, at Md''addin, Nursery and Kcmper City, add grandchildren. IWKK1AN MOSCOW (AP) The .Soviet Defense Ministry lias decided to, 252 to Die grand lolal. All classes in the schools will begin Wcdncs although teachers will report their respective schools for in-service workshop Monday at a.m. All VJSD teachers will scmblc Tuesday at (I a.m. at- ithc Uptown Theater for a gen- Icral faculty meeting, and brciikfasl will be given for lhe (See SCHOOLS, 1'ago 8A) publish a Russian translation of; "Seven Days in the Width will he 57 feel. The en-iUiundcrsliowcrs mainly near lire building will have coast. High Sunday al thermostat controls for air idling (he coast and OG-102 in- conditioning and heating. llerinr. Ample parkinc will be pro-! Saturday temperatures: High viYJed, l.nvc said, wiUi K2 in-i'j5. low 77. spac-! Tides (Port l.nvaca Port seiebe Unto INDKX ......7-A nr id ......IIIN li I.T.I.Ml Sp. ....F'UN WomiB'i ..Kcct. B i has also been alloweiTO'Connor Highs at for possible fa lye expansion of.u.in. Sunday anil a.m. Ihe center. 'Monday. Ixiw at p.m. Sun- Thu offices, [easing of which arc now under way, will be in-j Maromctrie Pressure at sea dividually tailored to 23 81 Ihc actual amount of floor; .Sunset Surihiy. .Sunrise space needed by each '.'.'.'.'.'.'rUN! The structure will bc built mis 'infutrn.mgn bued on dm by the W. Marshall w.jiher BUICIU struclion Co. I (Jr.   

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