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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 31, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 116 TELEPHONE HI J-HSt Philadelphia Quiet After Race Riots Situation Still Tense PHILADELPHIA (AP) Iso- lated acts of vandalism and looting broke out after dark again Sunday night in the norlh side slum section lorn by Negro Holing for two nights. But city officials said the sitatuion re- mains under control. .Broken windows and looting were reported in scattered neighborhoods in the area where more than police and park guards were on duly. "Apparently juvenile gangs are taking udvnntagc of the sit- said Dick Olanoff, de- puty city representalive. Order Ileslnrcil Mayor James H. J. Tatc, in a pre-dawn statement Sunday, said Urat "law and order have now been restored.11 But Tale, directing antiriot op- erations from City Hall, empha- sized that his elear-the-streels order, issued Saturday under an 1650 law and aimed at prevent-' ing any dangerous builii-up of crowds, remained in effect "un- til further notice." Ha suggested, with com- plete support and endorsement of the religious leaders in North thai residents ot Uie affected area stay home from church Sunday as a fur- thur safety measure'. Hold Prayers VICTORIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, AUGUST 31, Established 1816 Viet Cong Infiltration Is Charged Religious Woes Laid lo Reels Plans a a re SAIGON, South Viet Nam government charged Sunday that Communist Viet Cong agents had infiltrated Sai- gon to stir up trouble and cause friction between Buddhists and Roman Calhoics. It said 449 per- sons had been rounded up in connection with bloody street demonstrations last week. At the same lime the army announced its soldiers had or- jders lo shoot at demonstrators [who gel out of hand in the fu- Inrc. Soldiers stood idly by last week as youth gangs clashed in Ihe slrcets. For 6 Victims The announcements coincided with a funeral procession of 50 000 Roman Catholics for six vic- tims of a bloody street demon- slralion Friday. The procession passed through a Buddhist sec- tion without incident. "Many Communist special ac- tivities groups entered the capi- tal and have infiltrated vari- ous groups and organizations in order to sabotage public order and security as well as cause religious a govern- ment communique said. 11 Communists It added that of those arrested are under way to re-j million research center is de-i vvero Communists, 155 were icord number of volun-signed for a coordinated wittl criminal records, '3 POSTER BOY J. J. Harper, campaign chairman of tlio Gulf Coast Chapter of Muscular Dystrophy Associations of America, is pictured with Vic- toria's poster boy, Michael Birmingham, and his mother, Mrs. Rose Birmingham of 2104 N. Levi. In Victoria, campaign marchers will be active on the evening of Sept. 15. (Advocate Photo) Dystrophy Drive Seeking Helpers in 1-Car Crash i stalc Patrolman Lear, pastor of First Meth- ml dead on arrival al Chump] conclusion reached when there W1" hc CllL'nl Iraylor Memorial Hospital early'WHS no apparent indication1 imnday of injuries resulting1 brakes had been applied Hciith Pallbearers w ll'Oin a onn-rnr nrnrlnul M........... one-car accident 3.9jwas assisted in the invesllga-'lor, Normuii miles from Port Lavncn on Six Mile Hoad. Rouse, son ot Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rouse of Port Lavaca, was alone in the car. He ap- parently went to sleep ant! ran off tile road on Ihe right side, jciuiL d itcuru uuinuur 01 voiun- He urged them'to "conduct! Ifs for 'he. Fcr their prayers in ihoir homes Dystrophy in Victoria, u.avt-au. joining Uic prayers of the cnl're il vvas revealed by J. .1. Har- man Harper also cited MDAA's city for a continuation of sigucu lui ti LUUIumaien, con-il centraled altack against all wcre brought in for ncuromuscular disease. Chair- iGult Coasl ful conditions of law and order Damage was estimated at si 'Dystrophy Associations million. America. Despite occasional new itici-l Victoria's volunteers will dents and arrests, the mass vio- Joinra8 thousands of lence appeared ended. North throughout the nation in! the annual appeal ign chairman for the! program 'of more than' hall-jlions of troops Chapter ot Muscular) search projects in medical Ifard on back slreels, and cl tros l" questioning. For ttio nomatt Catholic fun- of troops ofistitutions, and pointed out cl to [this entire vital program is di-j f be? redly dependent for its support l e not riPPlc olherslon the efforts of volunteers in m cluier Uuddhtsls or Cath Philadelphia looked like tile hit- and-run victim of a cyclone, its streets littered with broken glass and strewn merchandise, pass- ing vehicles bearing Ihe marks of hurled bricks and stones. During the height of the trou- ble Friday MDAA's annual appeal funds lo combat lhe myster muscle-wasting disease afflicts more tlian Amer icans. "Research is (lie main objec- live of Chairman Har- Saigon had passed a liundreds ofiper slated, "and (his year's for: In Victoria, this drive will bellcsl: For a headed by workers in the Jay-i y' poaco bcon vhich ccttes, Rainbow Giris antl firei Killed H.V Soldiers In Victoria lhc; lhci bodies in lhe coffins w> nclive on the lhosc of six Catholics killed uy 15. isoldicrs during a progovern- -lay demonstration outside lhc id (hey of the Joint Gen- :nrnl i ii.itljr JIUHUI L'Uh OH I'l-J OKUVSI, dllu UII.J j..... o u it y Negroes poured inlo the streets, I drive carries greater stage a buckel brigade lo smashing, looting, attacking! sibility than ever, now that Iheiraise funds i lhs Procession passed en route cemetery. Troops on auiicKingi siuiiiLy uj.tii t.ver, nosv mat men while antl Negro policemen i Institute for Muscle Disease is' alike. There was further rioliugI operating in New York City." Sponsored by MDAA, (he resi 'President Asks Nations 2 To Aid Sea Water Study Saturday nighl, when a strength- ened law force lurned the title. More than 150 stores were brok- en into during lhe outbreaks Most of Uie 1Q7 persons ed were held on charges of burg-j lary. Tho injured totaled 247, eluding 66 policemen and t firemen. Almost all the ies, however, were minor. Man Wounded Only once was gunfire report- ed. Police investigated but found nothing further. One person was reported shot, Police said one Negro had been wounded Saltirday night by a patrolman who shot him in self- defense. Police said the Negro, 21, had been wounded in the side when he pulled a knife on tha patrolman who was chasing persons who had Ihrown cans at a police car. Police said Ihe wounded man, reported lo be in fair condition, had a record of six arrests. There was only one other re- port of gunfire. Police investi- gated but found nothing furth- come ivnen a single uesanmg What touched off those powered by nuclear cner- days of lawlessness? On theigv will produce "hundreds of Mrs. N. E. Nolan is 'ising the local campaign work' vited the nations ot the world (o join an American nuclear program aimed at converting vast quantities ot sea water into fresh water for industrial and domestic use. The invitation GENEVA, Switzerland engineers and admitiistra-w Johnson Sunday in- lors from 71 nations at lending lhc to the mi fjiiflrcl there snapped lo allentioti and saluted. It was one of South Viet IVaril's biggest public demon- strations and helped minority Catholics to reassert tlieir force in South Viet Nam. The Calh- lies, who make up about 10 per u duce the risk that the atom will be used for man's destruction." He said thai utility companies came in a filmed message in connection with Ihe third United Nations Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy opening in Geneva Monday. Thc President said that money spent in harnessing atomic en- gery for peaceful uses is an in- vestment in the future of all mankind. He forecast that the time will come when a single desalting in the United Stales now aim to' Families of (lie dead wept. build or purchase reactors pro- 1 Hundreds of women wore white ducing electricity at between mourning bands. Yet at Dat four and six mills per Cemetery young girls hour. Ej. >ylll muslin; nuimi euh 01 surface, only a minor incident, millions of gallons of fresh wa- lohce summoned lo remove iargc amounts of clec- srailed car from an pvr-rv tliv fnilnrl 1 ,J c 1A" _- found Odessa Bradford, 34, be- hind the wheel, arguing wilh her hiishanrt, Hush, also 34, out- side lhe car, and police say refusing to tak Johnson Vai the Soviet Union her fool off lhe brake. PoliceJHko _, Ulht. ect. "Today chargn lhat she kicked and I invilc he ousted m naons aenng resident Ngo Dinh y conference. The Nov. 1. 12 Cents Medicare Test Looms As Congress Re-Opens --------f Calhoun High Student Republican 1 Fight Due Key Issue ill be Marek, :ny Mil- Lawrence, Solons Kye Ad joiirmnriit 'V ie invegti- iri are, awrence, lion by Deputy Henry Crawford. Marck, (Jury Mnrek, House was born .luuc 30 1M jOrantlaud and Norman Tuckerj m Hamilton, 'lex. He had lived Survivors, in addition to his leic since 1955 ami would have1 parents, include one brother Cilhnun reassembles Monday. Uilhoun High School this your, three sisters, Mrs. i.nrry Marek' Semite Democratic Maforilv Funeral snri' w 1 IM. M... _____ of 're.sidi'nl Johnson's key cam- itiigu planks health core tor ..he elderly through Social Sc- an curly test when Lnviicn.jCongress reassembles Monday. jolt. Three Victorians Los Angeles Die in Collision LOS ANOELES A sharp earthquake jollcd Los Angeles County areas for a few scnonils nt p.m. Sunday, but no dntuagc reported. Calls from people Inquir- ing annul the jolt Jaminrd police switchboards. Ono Hollywood caller sntrt (ho quake hail jarrnl glasses off n Ilililc. Another saiil it hnd knockcil her Sunday roast off Hie pan. In San Ulcgo sin aiunliMir seismologist said the quake lind been slrongh enough lo i-iitlle windows but probably not do any damage. It re- corded for miinili's nil Ills instruincnt, hut Ilir uinlii part lasted only 1 or 5 sec- onds. Hc csllmnlcil the center nl Kill miles lo the nurlli. down Just before ibe Senate quit Aug. 21 for llio Democratic National Convention. With Ihe cooperation of Sen- ale Republican Lender Everett. M. Dirksen of Illinois, Mans- I field won agreement to begin (consideration Monday of A House-passed bill lo broaden So- cial Security benefits and cov- erjigo and lo increase the sup- Funeral services for a Vic- Preilericksbiirfi ami Lorenzo lining taxes. loria Irio killed dalurday nighl Rodriguez, 13, of El Paso, I I''lnor Amendment in an nulo accident near San! The Hinnitignam car was' administration proposal Antonio remained incomplete! headral south nl Ibe lime of l'arc for Sunday night al liendnn head-on rollisinn, Thc Home in Victoria. hiclo overiurned after Ihe col.'mcnl. Victims of Ibe nccideiil wcre lisin" "ie casl sidp. of Ihei Similar proposals "nave been Charles Birmingham BIT bis1 '''Ehway. [beaten in recent years, usually daughter, Mary Alice Birming-j Thc louR nn.l bitter bailies, i i as a cons hi of the Iwo oil-Is told leaders made no effort Co n'ie Gim n T% (Hver ib.i The call up the medicare conlro- Connie G.itz.i, 15, nil of 5U, lv Birmingham vehicle when they approved tho i route lo Victoria nl the lime.Social Security revisions. Also killed m lhc accitlent.'of Ilic accident Thc hoy is re- "llt Sl'n- Albert Goro, D- wliicli occttrrcd nhout p.m. cciving treatment nl Snnia Uosa 'rrtlrl-. predicted Senate passnge Saturday on U.S. Highway 87. Medical Center in San Antonio -of llcnltl1 nropnsni Mils lime. north of Kan Antonio near Camp .i-i.. Thai would send the issue Bullis, was Thco. E. Woerncr, in VCV1 r L the House wilh Us fate 27, of Frwlericksburg, lhc hix rosling on n later Scnale-IInnso were Stanley D. Koetlie of (compromise effort. In John- L UinniiiBham had beeninn his vice prosldcntinl ployc of .Southern Pacific rnillc> Scn Hubert H fcr more Him, T, years, Humphrey, D-Mitm., mlohl be ms a member of Our Ladyship rrows Calholiu Church. llc was born Scpl. 2S, 1000, Buoyant LB J, Humphrey End Weekend With Tour JOHNSON CITY, Tex. feH In buoyant spirits President ".is running mate, biirietl, and inspection of prize- winning eatlle, sheep and hogs. government of Diem, a Against Mnilfrnrn The Mcpublican sttindard- Sen. Barry M. d'olrliva- USiir ttf-j and Cminie on .June 28, Those gelling idcnt told them, "you can re-; funeral, which began wilh J- an hour-long Mass at San Chan Church, had both its emo- tional and ils bizarre aspects Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of lour, known Minnesota, toured Uie Ranch Sunday as their wives, newsmen antl photographers lagged along. The four came before Hum- conducted 1919. Connie, "This achievement has come from 15 years of concentrated research and the President said. "Thc United States government has challed j ammaledly broke inio member of Our through Kocial'Securily. Tlio big question for lhe mem- i T ils of Sorrows CathoUVbcrs, as inclined Doug--Church, was to have cntcrwliwlien it will be able lo ndjourn. president of The Post Co., ti weekend guest tho ranch. and lauehtcr-l Both phrey headed back for Wash ington where Congress will go Up early after a big bacUo work Monday. There lieiSnlurcluy night at nearby Stone- the Johnsons, the three udL-f. lu niontiay. i tiore nci will he in position to help prod! some of lhc remaining' jjjiu Voung men lounged atop sloncs and tombs lo watch Calholic priests referred ion's legislative list! President Humphreys and Mrs. Graham attended morning services al SI lhe Ilarnabas Episcopal Church ahnul 20 elude his wife, Trine, of stake in llio K'ovembcr 01; loria; Iwo daughters in w'.th 'he presi- linn lo Mary Alice, Mrs. v'cc presidency. !Gomez of Victorin, and Mrs.1 Mansfield reported Ihnl 4] of Mary Martin of Vullcy r'' of "major legls- N. D.; Ihrce step-sons, Qtiirmo (lie Proskfenl had Monlez, Juan Ilicardo Rubin cleared lhe Manuel Homo, of "c nnrl House Icatierj! expect Kuvmiiniuiu uas spcnii priests releri more than SI.6 billion on d081! as marlyrs. effort. American private enter- priests, like llie ButWhisfs PRESIDENT, Page 10) pressed the hope for conlii r> Texas Towns j___oio Hollos! ill N'tlinii OTO I1011CSI HI 1011 iharulosay. On our side (here The pressed the hope for continued peace. "Do we have peace now be- tween Catholics and asked one Catholic priest. "Il is By tltE A.SSOC1ATRD I'll Generally mild wcathe II. IdOTS, Page than nuclear scien- IN CAROLINAS 'nioii. uu urn sme mere The farm1lour included a visilj The (calm. Hul we don'l know about a of lhc home I Dr. John pre-jlhe other side. Come what may II" wtns Kpiscopal minislcr who :wc will defend lhc church Our cemetery where his pa- served for years in LalinlSr- of "to'ioin'ThP mowers marlyrs prove rents anrl olher rclaliyes .-ire.'Afncriea. j of North Cenlrai Thc Buddhists demonstrated I Johnson acted ns bis own; all to t- ll "'as fi'-y withithey, too, want peace. Attending! INDEX (chauffeur on the trip lo anil clear lo partly cloudy. it'nc funeral servrrre Npi.yopj Texas had the Ihrec Hoan, a Buddhist monk and Abby ............11 Tcxas si.owers The mcssagc he given io was conducted mlc aml olllcr tribun- Townsond, a re-: Grandparents of the girls J.: Mr, and Mrs. Augustine Leal in ih t-'-f i u- r in an effort to nail il inlo a measure (he Prcsidenl temperature readings in lhc na-jtlcPllt3' premier for pacification. lion Sunday 107 degrees at! Solltfl Nam's new acting Presidio, 105 at Midland and (See VIET NAM. Pafffi )fl) at Wink. It was 100 degrees trip jfrotn church and on the lour of Today's Chuckle Sign In a laundry: "Wo don't manulp your clollips wilh machinery we do II tarcfully liy liaml." Last Gasps of Cleo Digger 2 Tornadoes "M-J (It I Lardeo and San Angelo. Olher! C (highs wcre in the Ms except for: UUL, J Uli f ,5 i RQ -a( Ti LAURINBURG, N.C. (AP) -ibcan and caused millions of dol- Tropical Storm Cleo, dying as she nloshed through the Caro- linas, was strong enough to lars damages in Miami. After a nine-day rampage of more than mites, Hurricane Cleo 89 degrees al Daihart and Gal- veslon. A Pacific cool fronl which in Saturday night cooled [temperatures in the _ Early morning readings var- ied from 60 degrees at Daihart] to B2 degrees al Oalveston Unas, was strong enough lo ,lVW nurricane uieo throw a one-two punch of when her winds de- does at this south-central to less lnan 75 mites a" r'nr-nMnn. ft in ni-iA In Our. And hv Rntnrrlnu tho Carolina city of A little twister hour. And by Saturday weather bureau said even of some homes followed by 13 hours a Saturday blockbuster. The big wind ripped a three- mile destructive path and caused damages estimated at by the highway patrol, j It overturned seven of 10 (rail-' ers in a trailer park, and up-i cal Storm Cleo were dissipating. Thc bureau said upper air cur- rents indicated thai Cleo would move from northwestern South Carolina into western Norlh [Carolina, and Ihen take a turn [for the Norlh Carolina and Vir- inia border. Cleo dumped heavy rain on eo umpe eavy ran on roofed a free lha crushed an- northwcslern South Carolina and other trailer. But luckily not the North Carolina mountains tt'nrn in ...wu.nu UJ.T, many people were home in the park. A woman and child were and scattered showers and thun- derslorms elsewhere in lhe two freed from lhe wreckage of one states. Beside the big lornado in Lau- rinburg, Ihere were three in South Carolina on western Carolinas was only an'Darlington, Lake Murray, and trailer, and another woman freed herself. The storm moving through th western Carolinas was only echo of Hurricane Cleo, which James Island 'just south Killed 138 persons in the Carib-iCharleston. WEATHER Peak Reached In Encephalitis ranch. Secret Service car, cor- ........swonwn-i lhe While House physi- CJeorge islowcd down lo about -IS miles dl'jAhHjK hcor on lhe TO-mile-nn-hour_______________ (See I.n.r, Page 10) probdbly niusl sign. A .Senate blue fed by Kens. Paul II. Douglas, D-lll., William Proxmire. D-Wis., .losoph S. Clark, D-Pa.. ami Wnvno Morse, (Sec TICST, Page to) Mrs. Luce Drops as Scnalor Controversial Bomber Ready for First Flight HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) -Hous n -----1 Tex. (AP) Parlly cloudy and lo" of suspected cncepha- irough Monday nighl, withi1'''5 cases rosc to 413 Sunday, olated showers or 2" cases lowers. Smith in reported durine the 2'1- But only 3 drains and 35 of the suspected cases have showers. South to during the winds 10 to 20 m.p.h at noon. Monday temperatures: Low 75 ever-growing num- high 'ibcr suspected sufferers of the Soulh 'Central Tcxas: c- A: cloudy and warm Ihrough day wilh isolated showers I SARATOGA SPHINGS, N.Y Boothe Luce with-! PALMDALE, Calif. (AP) "EvcrylhinK worked perfect drew Sunday as a potential the .Seasick Serpent. atldc Colton "Al wfs aMe iservalwe parly candidate for as Us pilots call .he girml XBTOA not only lo 8cl her ,p Bio u.h. senator. The party is about ready to ground speed of 110 ll) Ihundershowcrs mainly near "i'lf! coast. High Monday 02-102. 'dclermim lls 95, low Tides (Port O'Connor ft will he Wednesday or Thurs- 'er, before it will be how long the peak j Dr. Pigford said the 20 lalcsl had been reported by doc- tors and hospitals around the confirmed by laboratory analy- sis. The disease is believed trans- milted to humans by the culex or common, house-type mosquito, which obtains the vir- -.....-a us from infected birds or ro- said the denls. Pigford said over the weekend om hfoh 9-n t tors and ospitals around Uie high al 2.03 a.m. Tucs-jcjiy and included all age groups ien men, women and children. lc l pressurc al sca Since the epidemic was first o (dcjcribcd as such July 12, Uic hunset Monday, o! dealhs attributed to Tuesday. ofi. Th" I r o in St. Louis enccphalilis virus lhe U.S. torla lent 19. J r1 a history j ils iij.Tiiyi j i no professor to run in her place! Finally successful In againsl Republican nclh B, Keating. Mrs. Luce announced withdrawal in IVe r 11 gov-. Nc's ckefeller s Republican u.rini in uij IknoLs- ho parked her under her in power." speed on Its fourth Designed lo carry bombs over [laxi test, lhc monster isiintcrcontinenl.il distances at [scheduled Ibis week lo make oncf.spceds up to miles an the XB70A has been by financial as well as problems. Thc men who will fly lhe con- More lhan billion has been crafl. Norlh Amcri-spent on il and a sister plane lc.s? completion here, but over (ho city was facing a new staiCiCan cmcf lest pilo In its fight with Uie lo withdraw sup-iWhite and Air Force LI Col jo- congressional controversy bearing mosquitoes. Mosquito from lhc national GOP.seph Cotton, the copilot, believe (he need for such craft in the larvae spawned in puddles left ticket unless she bowed out. lhe XB70A has cleared the lech- missile age resulted in cancel TiT rC3tly n-lZ r.rOVa, thl sSCnc nical lhat have kcPl tor a multibillion- hafch. he said. lhe way for a 20 monlhs past the dollar fled of B70s Present clash hclwecn KcalnB anrVor sinnl MinM ...n ,_.._, tut a iyi UIIIUKXJ inoni Pigford urged all householders clflsf' Between Keating and original flight dale to eliminate all possible mos-jAtty. Gen. Hobcrt K, Kennedy, u uiimmoji; an jxihsiwe iioocri r, nenneay, "Minor leaks showed up In [Ulto-breedlng places near thelrithe probable Democratic nom-lhe hydraulic lines on the LOmM. meo ,1__. .._..... homes. The city's Civil Defense Conservative party Ilans call for only two of Ihe ig planes, In Iheir four la.xi runs so far me ciiys civil Uetcnse Of-] rnc Conservative party nom- fourth run last Tuesday was of nhi (Ice, meanwhile, continued t0iinee is expected to be Prof, White said In an axclu-ilhing never before in spray and fog all school Henry Paotucci, a faculty mem- slve intervteiv at this desert lest he heavy era each has and planned lo resnrav thn pn. her n r'nllnnn nas o" jjiuuinu.iii..., _------.. ...icniuw ui IIIIS liracrt ICSt and planned lo respray lhe of both Icna College andifacilily where lhe XB70A toe cily. icily College of New York. ibullt. "It's like you're on the end of (See BOMBEH, 10)   

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