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   Advocate (Newspaper) - September 5, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                St. Joseph Heart i Marian 1 own Klcliavcii ra lisas Pass 21 OillltUIO 0 THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 121 TELEPHONE HI 5-H51 Barry Raps Handling Of Military Army Called 'Work Camp' PHOENIX, Ariz. CAP) Sen. Barry Goldwater said Friday the Army is being turned into a work camp, while Republican National Chairman Dean Burch claimed the senator's call for an cm! to the draft was a "cam- paign triumph." The Republican presidential nominee burled new criticism at President Johnson's handling ot Oie military. "Minutes after Sen. Golcl- v.'atcr announced that the unfair and ineffective military draft system should be ended, the present administration jumped up and shouted, 'We Biirch declared. said Burch, "thanks to the Republican party, this outdated and worn- out system seems headed for oblivion." Parts Will Miller Goldwater spoke out as he said gooclby to his vice-presi- dential running mate, Rep. William E. Miller of New York, heading east to formally launch his campaign at Lockporl, N.Y., on Saturday. Tin; Arizona senator will fly there Saturday, Ihen return to Phoenix. Phoenix Gazette newsman John Carpetner interviewed Goldwater at the airport and reported: "The GOP presiden- tial aspirant questioned the 'Texas National Guard serving barbecue to mistils in the Army' and the 'Army turned into a CCC camp.'" No Elaboration Press secretary Patil Wagner declined later to seek elabora- tion from Cioldwalcr. The Civilian Conservation Corps CCC was a Depres- sion-days program lo provide work for the jobless. VICTORIA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1864 Established pilot LI. Charles F. Klusmann, who was shot down and captured by Communists while on a photo reconnaissance flight over Laos and who later escaped to Thailand, poses for photog- raphers with his wife, Sara, at Travis AFB, Calif. 14 Cents Baker Suit Subpoenas Contested Top Officials Ask Immunity WASHINGTON (AP) _ The Justice Department sought Friday lo quash subpoenas against three high Johnson administration officials in a civil damage suit against form- er Semite official Bobby Baker. The department, claimin; executive privilege, also refuse- to produce documents it has compiled in its investigation ol Baker for possible violation of criminal laws. The three are Secretary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges, Administrator James E. Webb of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Wal- ter W. Jenkins, special assistant to President Johnson. The motion was filed by the department's Civil Division in U.S. District Court here. Damage Contest Tlie subpoenas were issued Aug 17 at the request of counsel for (he Capito! Vending Co., which seeks in dam- ages from Baker. The firm charges that the former Senate majority secretary conspired Chile Voters Elect Pro-U.S. President RAIL, STREET CROSSINGS City Moves to Correct Bond Issue 'Problems' The opening of portions of several new thorough fares ere- der, according to the report. aled or improved under Ihe cur- renl city bond program have brought some attendant prob- lems which the city is working lo correct as quickly as pos- s j b 1 e, engineering consullanl Bill Klotz of Lockwood, Andrews and Newnam pointed out in a report released Friday by City Manager John Lee. Primary among the problems is that of traffic control at ma- jor thoroughfare intersections Students Cheer At Flier's Death WASHINGTON (AP) answered questions about 24-year-old leader of a U.S. themselves but refused lo say payment's files were obtained student trip to Cuba said Friday [anything about financing of the i "through a continuing investiga- he cheered wilh the others as lo Cuba or ot possible violalions of watched an American in it. They ciled alCTiminal laws." Premalure majority secretary conspired h d v n with the Serv-U Corp. and with Dri said Fred Black, former consultant for and four such in. o Me par_Co. and North Amer- ican Aviation Co. to terminate Capitol's business with Melpar. Acting Ally. Gen. Nicholas dc- B. Katzenbach submitted aj j claim of executive privilege in refusing to produce the docu- ments. He said documents pertaining to Baker in the de- lersections has been worked out, and the equipment is now on or- Klotz also pointed out lhat im- provement of railroad cross- ings is included in over-all plans, but he explained that this work must be done by the Southern Pacific Railroad and not by the city, under Texas law. Most important of these cross- ings at present is the one on the recently opened portion of Ben Jordan Street, and the city has been assured lhat Ihis work will be accomplished about mid-October. In Die meantime, the city manager said, a tem- porary lopping lias been placed at the crossing. "Some people may have asked why we don't open one street Defore we close Klotz said in his report. "The an- swer is lhat contracts have been awarded to obtain the most eco- nomical construction possible. Every contract restriction re- sults in a higher cost, conversc- y, the greater freedom allowed ie conlraclor Ihe lower the cosl. Each projccl must, there- ore, evaluate public inconven- ence (restriction of the con- raclor) against construclion cost (freedom for (he contrac- Every effort has been made to minimize public in- (Sce CITY, Page 5) City Advertising For Aide to Lee being shot down in South Viet Nam in a Communist propagan- da film. variety of constitutional Katzenbach said, merits, including tlie 5th Amend- Edward Lemansky, of menl bar against self incrinvina- York told the House Corn- In launching his campaign Titimitlec on Un-American Activi- Prcscotl on Thursday, the senator charged Johnson is using the drafl "tor political and social schemes. "Republicans will end Ihe draff altogether, and as soon as he said. llnppy To Know The Pentagon replied: "We arc glad lo know Ihe Republican candidate agrees wilh Ihe ad- minislralion" on lhat point. A Pentagon statement said Johnson ordered a study aimed at ending tlie draft more than four months Burch greeted the Pentagon statcmenl by Republican party scored its first car Lemansky was a leader ot Ibis year's trip to Cuba. Mahcr was ......___ ___....._ ___ __ involved in Ihe JD63 trip. student Irips lo Communist' nicn challenged the China similar to the uf Ule committee for a tics that there was some talk of "could only result in prejudicing such a proceeding before it is commenced." No Knowledge In its molion to quash the subpoenas of Jenkins, Hodges and Webb, the dcpartmenl said (hey have no knowledge of the lo Fidel Castro's Cuba durmgjval'icty of reasons, bul were case and lhat there appears to the past two summers. joverruled by Ichord and an-jhe no necessity for testimony And he lossed in trequenl lectures complaining of oppres- sion in this country, mistreat- swered most questions asked them. Lemansky readily admitted which would interfere with their official duties. Should Ihe court fail lo quash stun HI iiiu-i tuimuy, misiieai- t ----_ menl of Cuba bv Ihe lle .was a of ajlhe subpoenas, Uie department Stales and American organization Ihe requested in Viet Nam (Progressive Labor Movement, them so I 1UL 1XILI1, ii j L. J _J ii_ I The opening day of the denied that he was a _.' ,D J I nf I tin fViii-imiinict ings Thursday was disrupted when a young Nazi leaped upon a witness table and attacked a witness. Friday police by hundreds ringed Ihe he'aring member of the Communist Labor Move- Pages) T ie I (hec j i Gorlwalcis sound posJ-; Lincoln Rockwell George showed upi For 2 Seconds WASHINGTON (API With administration. Democratic nominee Hur, said Thursday it would be mature and" lo end the draft now. He called it necessary lo national security, lie said the administration such careful allention from Uuee-day Die Senate Friday just weekend waiting, and House met long enough prc- Lemansky, a intense young man, wearing dark, hornrimmed in obedience to Ibe [Constitution. II took the Senate black-haired seconds, (he House 49 min- thal they modify lhat tlie return dale be extended until all facts are in on the case, when it can be deter- mined whether testimony from the three still is necessary. If it still is, it should be ob- through written questions i and answers, the department jsaid. Affidavils from Webb, Hodges and Jenkins supported the motion and also pleaded the press of official duties. Routine Policy Kalzenbach said his decision withhold Ihe dcparlment's Baker files "is dictated by the same considerations of policy which protect the governmenl The city of Victoria has ad- vertised in national publications for an assistant city manager, and Mayor Kemper Williams Jr. said Friday that "a num- ber of replies" have been re- ceived by City Alanagcr John Lee. One such ad appeared in Town and City Magazine, a periodi- cal dealing with municipal gov- ernment affairs, defining the position and stating the pro- posed salary at per month. Williams said, however, thai "the salary actually is open, de- "The Semite come to occupied the witness sland Lee Metcalf, nf iho riiv D-Mont., known far and wide as has heen moving toward an end (he fastest eavel in the Senate lo tiie draft, but the time to do it He attempted j m me hena c. has not yet come. [propaganda speeches aloi.g me (Sec SUIT, Page S) INDEX take care qt a lot of Ihe leg work" required by the office, but no formal discussion of tlie matter has ever been held by council. Williams said the ad has been appearing in the mag- azines for about, two months. "A number of persons have answered the ails and we are waiting right now oh the vari- ous references to come Wil- liams said, adding that he could not say when actual hiring oi an assistant might take place. "It will be after we have held some personal interviews and Salesman Held After Two Wrecks A 52-yoar-old Victoria sales- man was charged with driving paign "AllTnd'e while intoxicated Friday after lold his glum but noisy crowd pending a lot on the type of I no interviews have been sched- man we can get." uled as vet" get The mayor told reporters ear- lier this year that he favored employing an administrative as- uled as yet." Williams also said that the ad- ministrative assistant will serve also as a planning consultant to sislant for the city manager "to the city manager. British Join Malaysia In Mainland Fighting said: "The gentleman has attempted to harangue this committee. And let [he record! slate, with a snarl on his face." "A said Leinansky, in disbelief. "Well, I'm laughing now." In contrast, his successor, lo go fishing when it comes a Albert L. Maher, 24, now of New good shower Airs. J. w.'York but a native of Houston, llimlcr being secretive was low keyed in his! the "Pink Elephant crs for the Pink STIFFLEMIRE creve aou., n ant" to the committee. Elephant Ball Maher, tall, brown-haired Sepl. 12 at the Sun Valley n bushy, brown mustache Bolh Maher and Lemansky even refusing to tell long sideburns, answered practicing place Hnlphjsoflly, with only occasional Brown, city garage supcrinlcn- bursts of defiance, dcnl, nursing a broken foot, Ihe result of jumping off a bull- dozer onlo a rock last week- end HcKinn Kiichl slock- ing up on groceries and cheer- fully planning her two weeks vacation K. Keiinelh Ed- wards al home nfler major surgery in Houston ,fo Carler explaining how she calclies up on the news Airs. George Dohcrly revealing some "home labor" plans for her Labor Day holiday Lions Carnival Today in Goliad Advocate Nfw-J .Service GOLIAD The annual Lions Club Carnival will get under way at 5 p.m. Saturday. A bar- becue supper will served and Fishing Festival Queen Begins Reign at Port Ajvocaic Nnvj service i representative R. H Cory and PORT LAVACA Miss Pal- Mrs_ Bca of Raymond's ricia Stifflemirc, 18, was crown- KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) _ British and New Zea- land battalions, acling under a Commonwealth defense treaty, moved onto Malaysia's main- land fighting front Friday to join in the mopup of Indonesian invaders. _____ They replaced two Malaysian i battalions sent to Singapore lo s'help lhat island state in the federation put down 'ii {new Malay-Chinese race con- flicts. The rioting there counted eight dead and 60 injured since Wednesday before a rigid cur- few and tight roadblocks helped end Ihe outbreak. The rioting Friday centered in the cily's suburban Gcylang area. All Malaysia was in a stale of emergency ordered by the Cab- inet to meet what it called, the threat of aggression by Indo- nesia, following the reported paratroopers Wednesday In the Labis area of Malaya. In Jakarta, Indonesian Presi- dent Sukarno, his foreign mini- ster, Subandrio, and command- ers of the armed forces held a strategy meeting. Sukarno ordered them to deploy {heir strength throughout Indonesia' to meet any possible attack. Throughout the year since Malaysia was formed, Sukarno (See BRITISH, Page 5) ed queen of the ISfrl Calhoun County Fishing Festival in the Queen's Pageant here Friday night. Miss Slifflemire will reign Beauty Salon, all of Victoria. Miss Stifflemire was crowned by Miss Terri Landreth, run- ner-up in last year's queen con- test. She was robed by Rober- lover the seventh annual Fish- ing Festival which officially op- ened Saturday at a.m. and runs through Monday noon. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Stitflemirc, she is a sophomore stud en I at Victoria College. games will be provided (or en-! Miss Hose Mary Wriggc, IK, tcrtnlnmcnl. [daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Highlight of the evening wiHiWrigge, was firsl runner-up Hnnnn crediting Ihe crowning of the new IDG-ljnnrt Miss Terri Mammons, Graluim Bell us having done much in Ihis world to insure good service John Blanch! cheerful about acting ns mes- senger to curry greetings from one friend to another Alonzo While presenting Ihe1 Lions Club Sweetheart. Miss Connie Lawrence, 1063 Sweet- heart, will place the crown on the fiend of new sweetheart who will be selected from n field of M contcslnnls. Conleslmils nrc Jnn Clarke, busy even when retired Mr. nml Sirs, Hmlily Morris! planning to attend (lie opening of llto new Texas City Horse- man's Arena, snd lake In Ihn liorsfl shows llicra and In Simonton. theory Hint n man should keep nillio Nell Meyer, Winnie Ma- y.och, Snndrn Borlh, S h n r o n Bjiniiiicrl, Snrah Undo, Ljrnln Gloor, Cynlhln Gcrscli, P a t Sparks, Donnn Hell, Beverly Bashnm, Chnrlotlo Lawrence, Linda Doiiley nnd Serena From- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mammons was second runner-up. Decision of Ihe judges wns an- nounced by Jon Ocnr, master of ceremonies. Gear, In turn, introduced Homer Roherson, president of Port Lnvnca Jny- cess, sponsores of Ihe festival, nnd Mrs. Curlls Nelson, presi- dent of Uitunl of Jewels Chap- Icr Hern Sigmn Phi sorority, sponsor of the queen's cmtlrsl. Judges were Kemper Williams Jr., mayor of Victoria, sinte- son, who. also present the queen's prizes, the queen's tra- ditional bouquet of long stem- red roses by Mrs. Robert E. Hiirvoy, and tlie queen's trophy by Mrs, Nelson, who was in charge of conlestants.. The contostanls were present- ed en masse in fishing attire for Die opening number when they sang "Gone then in bathing suits nnd finally in fornval nltircs Etcrtninmenl was furnished by Sambo the Clown, back- ground music by Mrs. W. P. iicgnn, and Mickey Regan was soloist. Miss Candy Wnngc, 1963, Miss Ronnie Snndrn Stone, Tcmilson, 1961, Miss Mrs. Jnmcs Pnrllow, (he former Miss Carolyn Dorrell, I960, Mrs. Nelson, tlie former Miss Slraron McKnmoy, 1959, mid Miss Bev- erly lllckman, 1058, the first festival queen. Communist Candidate Concedes Backers Rail Al LBJ, Pope SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) Pro-American Sen. Ecluardo Frei scored a sweeping presi- dential victory Friday and crushed Communist hopes for a quick takeover of Chile. "We have obtained a truly immense victory." said Frei, a moderate Christian Democrat, in a radio broadcast after his Communist backed Socialist opponent Salvador Allende conceded. Frei's followers began victory celebrations as Allende's en- raged supporters shouted, "Revoluluion! and charged that President Johnson and Pope Paul VI had supplied money to beat their man. Police Sfnmt by Sleel-helmeied police armed with automatic rifles and tear- gas bombs were on hand to prevent riotous clashes between the groups. From the balcony of his cam- being involved in two traffic ac- cidents with a period of three hours. Thomas Emory Coteman of ground." below: "I admit the election results are adverse lo us and that my candidacy has no possi- bilities of regaining the lost Dahlia Lane was charged before County Judge Wayne L. Hartman and was being held in county jail Friday night in lieu of a bond. The first accident occurred He urged his people to be quiet but they continued to shout insulls at the United Stales and the Vatican. Calls For Calm we must remain he >said' "now that the verdict of at 7.50 a.m. at the Loma polls has been adverse to us. Laurent intersection where, ac- cording to City Patrolman W. D. Slaughter, Coleman's car was We must know how to win and lose." "I am not broken nor defeal- t "ul UUl lie in collision with the rear of Allende said. "I have the other vehicle being driven lo continue fighting Mrs. Beverly Filzsimmons, lo remain side by side with of 903-A E. Crestwood Drive, those who supported me wife of City Patrolman Dennis This was Allende's third loss Fitzsimmons in as many tries for the presi- Mrs. Filzsimmons and and observers doubted if year-old Michael Fitzsimmons he try aga'n. were treated al a extreme left-winger office for minor injuries. threw in Highway Patrolmen Stuarl Dowell and H. D. Welch arrest- ed Colcman on Ihe Goliad High- sponge as Frei continued to pile up a com- manding lead. Kar Behind n of the the Guadalupc River relief bridge two miles west of the T Julian uu par on votes. Allenrie, long-faced ismiling, watched and un- come Today's Chuckle They say politics makes strange bed-fellows, but il seems they soon get used to the same bunk. GIANT NAMED OGO Largest U.S. Satellite Is Hurled Into Orbit CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) landing of about 30 Indonesian America's largest scientific a giant metal dragon (fly named OGO, soared into orbit Friday night lo make Die most extensive study yel of space mysteries and to chart dangers to man's space explora- ments aboard the spacecraft WEATHER Partly cloudy Saturday through Sunday with widely scattered daytime winds at o in the daylime and 5-8 m.p.h. at night Expected S a t u r d ay temper- atures: High 95, low 75. South Central Texas: Partly cloudy and warm Saturday and Sunday with widely scattered daytime Ihundershowcrs along tlie coast and isolated afternoon elsewhere. Temperatures Friday: Hioh 94, low 75. Precipitation vSalnrday: .08 of an Total Ihis year to dale: 22.71. Tides (Port Lavoca-Port 0'- Former festival queens include Connor Lows at a.m. and p.m. Highs at p.m. Saturday and a.m. Sunday. Unromclrlc pressure at s o a level: 29.94. Sunset Saturday: Sunrise Sunday: Tins Information biMd on data from (he U.S. Bureau Victoria OHIte, lion. The odd-hapcd satellite rode into space atop an Atlas Agena rocket that blazed spectacularly away from Cape Kennedy at p.m. CST. The Agena second stage injected itself into orbit as a flying launch pad and after coasting through space for 44 minutes, il restarted its engine and e n i n g thumlershowers and kicked Ihe payload free high nhove the Indian Ocean from the 20 separate expert- a Frei watched at home while thousands of his wildly cheering supporters gathered in down- lown Santiago. Pair AcquiUcd In Race Slaying DANIELSVILLE, Ga. (AP) A white jury acquitted two white men Friday night of murder charges in the death of Lemuel Penn, a Washington Negro educator, The defendants, Joseph How- ard Sims, 41, and Cecil William 28, showed no emotion clcrk of court read tne jverdict handed to him by the v.- i i j t f. v... uamiiru lu nun uv um OGO, which stands for Orbit- jurv foreman. A brief gasp and ing Geophysical of approval was heard was the most advanced scientif- from ,he arca whcre rtefcn. ic satellite yel launched by thejdants' families were sitting but (See SATELLITE, Page 5> Ihc judge rapped for order. SUNDAY PREVIEW near Australia. The National Acronaulics and; Space Administration reported; OGO whirled into a greal oval orbit ranging from 177 to miles above Ihe earth. Space agency officials here said antennas nnd other appen- dages which give the payload a s p a c c-inonster appearance, deployed successfully after separation from Ihe rocket. Radio signals were being received from the complex satellite, but It will be several hours before data Is received The Drinking Driver The problem of the drinking driver is a growing one. In Victoria as well as the rest of the nntion. Part of the answer, according to local highway is (u lower the social sliitus of the drunk ami reckless driver. A de- tailed study of the problem will appear In Sunday's Kun Magazine. Report on (lie Sliugurecs Victoria High School Is getting ready for one of Ms biggest football campaigns in lilslory. The Stingarecs are loaded, am! are expected lo go n long way. Sporls Editor John Lyons will have his analysis of tlu-lr prospects on Sumlny's Sjwrl Piiges. View of u Bumper Hnrvesl Victoria County farmers are enjoying one of their most successful colton harvests in hislory, and already bales have been brought to Ihe gins. Sunday's Farm S'aje will have a pholo-fealure story on the bumper harvest.   

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