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   Advocate (Newspaper) - September 11, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                AD 119th 127 TELEPHONE 5-U5I Districting o Cloture Try Smothered Delaying Move Remains Alive WASHINGTON (AP) _ The Senate smothered an attempt Thursday to shut off the reap- porlummonl debale. Then il refused to kill a proposal aimed at delaying court-ordered real- ignment of state legislatures on a population basis. Only 30 senators supported the move by Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois to limit what he called a "litlle filibusler." II was opposed by G3 members. This margin more than reversed the two-thirds majority needed to invoke debate-hailing cloture. Year's Uclay The Senate voted down lo 38 a nondebalable motion by Sen. George D. Aiken, R-VL, to table Dirksen's proposal for delaying a year or more court- ordered roapnortionment of state legislatures. Dirksen is seeking to attach his amendment to a major administration bill the billion foreign aid authorization (o prevent any possible presi- dential veto. His aim is to buy time until Congress and state legislatures can act on a consti- tutional amendment preserving, in part at least, Iheir present apportionment procedures. Aid in Tnnglc The effect of Thursday's votes is lo leave Ihe foreign aid bill in VICTORIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1964 Established 12 Cents CHASM AFTKRiUATH Two of five CHI'S involved in a collision al the Santa Rosa-William Streets intersec- tion Thursday morning are pictured before they were wheeled away. The car at left was driven by Mrs. Eliza- beth Baumann, 57, of 402 S. Main St., which after a crash with another car, veered head-on with the parked pick- up truck (right) owned by Richard Evans. Two vehicles parked behind (he Evans Vehicle were damaged by chain-reaction. Mrs. Baumann suf- fered minor leg bruises. (Advocate Photo) Micl-Air Crash Causes Probed Investigators from (he Navy'sibcen picked up call LI Hal 5I27G adjournment of Congress Aeronautics Board were] them to the Foster Field ad- sen put Uie Senate on notice that r ,y n attempting building." he will not stand aside (or action u ''oasons for He said someone would be on on any oilier major bill until there is a vote on his proposal. "I can stay in session until he told Ihe Senate And he indicated he n another atlcmpt lalei cloture. The cloture rejection was not taken as any indication of senti- ment since most Southerners who voted on tradilional linos ivi tin tlLlt-lutl in; aulU feUILIUUlm OC On in (he Lone Tree Com-duly there throughout the day munity Wednesday that killed.'Friday. the pilots of two planes. It has generally been assumed v, n jiaj genet any uti-tl oaBllilltU1 Navy personnel spent the dayjthat the two planes crashed as, eating pieces of the wreckagejthe resull of a collision while1 _.rcwn over acres or morejin flight. The Chase officer said of Ihe flat farmland from is what appears lo have apparent mid-air collision. (happened. Woman Hurt in Collision A 57-year-old Victoria woman suffered minor injuries Thurs- day morning in a collision in- volving five cars at the Santa Rosa William intersection. Three of the vehicles were parked at the time of the acci- )KI me senate. ic mieht make pieces of the wre nT Ml Din Flnl f r in 1 dent -iiv niiu-uii VIJ11JQ1UH. J llllJJJU-lRHI. m Lt. Cmdr. James P. Ober- Lt. Cmdr. Oberholtzer said! leased, hollzer, a member of the crash'they are attempting to deler- investigation Seam, asked cili- mine the cause of (he tragedy nu un.ki uji ii miiuuilclL lliH.a num. vi t.ILL- iiniic tue ui mo against limiting debate favor zcns of tlle area to move in order lo prevent sir Dirksen's proposal. Only fiveianv of tlle widely scattered de-fcidenls in the futiire. Southern momherc bris. I nnl Mrs. Elizabeth Baumann of 402 S. Main SI. received treat- ment at Victoria Hospital for leg bruises and was later re- Multiple Crash City Patrolman W. J. Malch- etl said a 1961 sedan driven by Mrs. Baumann was in collis- cloUire. Wanl Discussion The vole against Aikcn's rider indicated a majority of the senators favor Dirksen's rider if ion with a car driven by Hob- Southcrn members supported brls' 1 Wreckage was nol being lon wlttl a car driven by Hob- "Important information willimovcd by the officials Thurs-lert Brown of Placedo and then be lost if the parts of the hut he imlipairH tlmv mnv veered out of control and ocas urs- if the parts of the air-jday, but he indicated they may re he said. picking it up by Friday at- it can be maneuvered into position for a direct vote. This is being blocked hy a band of Democratic liberals who insist! there needs to he a lot more discuss ion, Dirksen repeatedly made il clear he vigorously opposes a proposed substitute, by Sens. Jacob K. Javits, R-N.V., and Eugene J. McCarhy, D-Alinn. Navy and CAB request thatitern'oon. pieces of aircraft remain where! He said it had not been de- they fell, and should parts have] (See PROBE, Page 9) Dora Weakeiiin After Vast Blow u. I UI That declares it is "the sense of ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. the region sumwirfing Congress" lhat legislative- Hurricane Dora lost her them disaster areas. Innl ?h f be delayed to I punch Thursdav night in the About 100 miles (n tho nnrlh h i i the flrs givestates lime to comply with jpinelands of northern Florida. crash crashed head-on with a parked pick-up truck owned by Rich- ard Evans setting off a chain- reaclion involving the other two parked vehicles. They were owned by Ross Green of 212 E. Ernst St. and William A. Abrameit Jr. of Route 1, Box 147. Evans' vehicle was the heaviest damaged of the Ihrcc parked vehicles, Match- ett said. The officer said Mrs. Bau- mann was traveling soulh on 'William and Brown was mak- i mil lllgiu III me give states lime to comply with jpinelands of northern Florida, the high court's rule of President Johnson declared one-vote for stale legislatures, her patli of flood and destruc- Dirksen said this is meaning- tion a major disaster area. not worth the paper ills A team of top-level invest! and put the I tors planned to fly to St. Angus- the position of [line and Jacksonville, Fla., and les, written on Senate in __ ,_____.. hogging. II is beneath the digni- ty of the Senate, he declared, shouting, "I will not Mike Mansfield at Montana, assess the vast spread of dam- age so federal rehabilitalion ran Is can be made. The Small Business Adminis- (he resort city of Brunswick, Ga., stirred back to life after laking Us worst pounding in 20 years. A five-foot tide and gusls up to 85 miles slammed into the Georgia cily, eroding Ga Frifliv n L-eolfela eroding ,S shattering _ windows, ._, rippini roofs and loppling trees anc utility poles. Hurricane warnings were. Vehicles Parked Mrs. Baumann's car then veered out of control and struck Evans' pickup which, like the other two parked ve-___ hides, was facing northward June on Ihe east side of William. About two hours later, Mrs. Anna M. Owens, secretary to City Manager John Lee suffer- slight injuries in a collision 100 block of South Main niihe mansnnifl ol Montana, The Small Business Adminis- warnings wifini injuries in a collision who is cosponsoring Dirksen'sltralion also declared stricken 'lowered in the early b.'ock of South Main rider, said "a sense of Congress Sections of Georgia and Florida flom Jacksonville to Charleston Street that involved three cars, resolution might he a areas enable'ilnd of persons began including Iwo that were park- 'homeowners and on lhe _.were_ ,nQt u" and businessmen he has nn word from the White Io obtajn ,oans J House that Preiident Johnson jthc monumental repair job1 wants lhat solution. i-ihrnd --n. lluberl II. Humphrey ofj serious enough to require im The Red Cross said it housed hospital treatment, Malchett was assisted ami ten1 persons in 370 was in Florida, Georgia andlbSL. Loy Blanton in tlle in- Carolina i vesligalion of both accidents. Vf, i once a massive storm! shelters in Florida, Georgia and than California, Carolina, c as she rolled from Si' "I've lived in Jacksonville all jssiscnnt .seiiaic loader, DucksiAugustine to the state capital, and my Dad lived here inson 'SiTallahssec, and westward''1'' !lis We, and this is Ihe worst !i- ___Ithrough Ihe Florida Panhandle.jslorm either of us ever I Her eye, which passed contraclor Francis P. L. nation's oldest predawn Picturesque St. Augustine was over lhc jalmosl disappeared. The winds recorded inland were less (than m.p.h. j "If it's n hurricane, it's just Hill Tasin in Methodist said a forecaster. piliil Room 'IliO, Houston Dora coiitiiuies (o press due INDEX Abliy Astrology llfrths Classified Comlci .......S.Matttls ........t. Television 1 Women's ;VJHVyl v v. Can-nil herself out, I.rlaml Honars returning ilnil Sl- both! Icr Dinnn (o College wilhniit power, many of} I llownrils enjoying a <1ay al Six Flags over Texas recent- ly Jim niall of Hoiiston laking lime for coffee wild Herb Kpslein and exchanging Iravcl experiences am) Epstein ft julmitling thai his flying time lo Indiana over lhc weekend could lipwe been brief if he had mntlc the right connections Mrs. Hay Mr-Daniel designating one day a week as a genenil er- rand day Albert Yhnrra visiting friends in lown Alnrvln Slauss getting around lo looking up old friends Mrs. C'hnrles Levy wishing an- other homemnkcr "Hnppy mated in the tens of millions. Gov. Farris Bryant said he would ask Ihe federal govern- Cooking" on grocer leaving Alonzo Iheir lhcir strcels (looiled by an eiohl-! BKN I'liAUSIC Slnff CUEHO Cily Council Thurs- _------------------- I [JUI foot tide, dozens of buildingslday night approved lhc pur- damaged by water, and 100-milcjchnsc of properly needed for plus winds. Damage was unoffially esli- an access street lo the Cuero High School campus and ac- cepted a recommendation from City Manager Bill Harrison on street paving and seal coaling ment lo declare the two cities to be done during September. Bhisleiy i Is Panhaiullc a Rood idea for cooling i f "in. ii.ii.iimn in int.- 
                            

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