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Advocate (Newspaper) - September 16, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 132 Nikita Tells Of Deadly New Arms Threat Aimed Al Peking MOSCOW (AP) Premier Khrushchev told a visiting Japanese Parliamentary group Tuesday ihat (he Soviet Union has developed new weapons capable of destroying all life on earth. Kliruseliov mentioned the weapons in a stinging attack on Red China's Mao Tze-tnng, the Japanese disclosed after the Kremlin meeting. Accusing Mao of "spreading warlike sentiments" and seek- ing to grab Soviet Territory, Khrushchev was quoted by them as saying: "Our slate frontiers are" sacred and we have all means to rebuff any attempts to violate these fron- tiers." Alined Al Mao Khrushchev's warning about the "new means of destruction" appeared directly aimed at Peking. The Japanese, who made notes on the meeting, said Khrushchev did not mention the West as he has in the past when claiming new Soviet means of annihilation. He seemed to talking as if China could be the! probable enemy. Khrushchev told the Japanese thai Soviet military men, scien TELEPHONE HI S-14S1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1964 Established !849 GOVERNOR'S CHOICE Gov. John Connally is shown above with Marvin Watson, of Daingerfield, who was elected Democratic State Committee chairman Tuesday at the state convention in Dallas, He was recommended by Connally. (AP Photo) Demo Convention Smooth and Mild DALLAS (AP) Texas Democrats sped through lists and engineers showed him an unspectacular state convention Tuesday, pausing Die new weapons Monday and Ihat he was amazed to learn Ihal they could end all life. The nature ot lhe weapons was not disclosed. Hates War Khrushchev said his country hates war and does not want to use ils new weapons, but hc[ quoted an old Russian proverb: "If you live among wolves, you! should howl like a wolf." j The Kremlin charged two weeks ago that Poking seeks to take a slice of Soviet Asia twicej as large as Texas. It made the! AUSTIN (API-Texas Rcpub- without a babble or worried complaint after Map told soincjijcaus, spurred lo a skyhigh en-1 moment. occasionally for brief bursts of applause for President Johnson and other Democratic nominees. The major tasks of adopting a party platform and sleeting party officrs were accomplished without a vote of the delegates or a voice raised hi argument from the convention floor. Many delegates and most spectators deserted the hall during the final droning min- Texas GOP eers Slap _ _ 1 At Johnson utes. The 28 Cents Calls Signals convention lasted More Study Due on Dam In Jackson Slale Panel Delays Ruling Advocate News Service AUSTIN The Slate Water Commission voted unanimously at the conclusion ot a day-long hearing here Tuesday to take under advisement consideration of the Palmetto Bend project in Jackson Couty. About 60 persors from Jack- son County attended the moot- ing and most of them favored! construction of the proposed 15 mile-long Palmetto Bend dam al a construction cost of Only three persons spoke against the project. Or.e speaker said he was neither for or against, while more than a doz- en including State Sen. Bill Palman ol Ganado and Stale Rep. Otha ored the project. Stale Comments It is the water commission's responsibility to write the slate comments on the project, either favoring or speaking against passage of Federal legislation for funds to finance it. At least one commissioner, Othy Dent, indicated he favors of the two phases described by Harry Burleigh, area plan- ning engineer of the Bureau of Keclamaion, but not both. Burleigh's opening address to I the commission outlined a two- part project which would begin with construction of a dam across Navidad River to form a reservoir with a capacity of acre feet with a cor.c servation level of 44 feet. Many Vacant Stores If something isn't done to supplement the farming and ranching in our country, we're going lo dry up and blow! said Claudius Branch ol Million Construction Begun at Industrial Site SI-MILLION PROJECT Ground- breaking was held in Gulf Coast In- dustrial Park south of the railroad tracks and east of Ben Jordan Street Tuesday for Victoria Consolidated Warehouse, a project planned for completion next spring. Pictured at the ceremony are, left to right, A. Graham Scott, architect; William B. Mohr, owner of the pro- posed building; Mrs. Mohr; Mrs. Max Kirkpatrick; Don Krueger of Don Krueger Construction Co., the build- er; Herndon Scott, president of Safely Steel, who will provide the steel, and Max Kirkpatrick, dcvloper of the industrial park. The fireproof structure will have square feet of space, (Advocate Photo) hours and 17 minutes with Gov. John Connally calling all signals visiting Japanese Socialists in eking that the Soviet Union had too much territory belong- thtisiasm by party favorites in- cluding a member of the nation- al ticket, turned their stale con- This is the type of conven- tion Connally said later, with a grin. _ _ __ _____ ing to other nations, includingjvention Tuesday inlo a'railyTo Sen- Yarborough, whose Hod China and Japan. jkick off campaigning for challenged Connally 'Not Communist' November elections. unsuccessfully at the first state Khrushchev, according to the "Sen. Barry Goldwaler and I convention hi June, was not Japanese said Mao's parliamentarians, iin the weeks ahead will We was in Dallas Mon- remarks "are notjtlie most vigorous campaign we the words of a Communist." jknow vice presidential Khrushchev compared Mao's (nominee William Miller (old the territorial demands to delegates and spectators claims for lebensraum livingljammed into municipal aiidito- spiici; for Nazi Germany, UielrUirn. Japanese said. "We are convinced this clec- The Japanese quoted him asllion isn't going to be decided by saying that the history of man-Hhe columnists or the pollsters kind is one long story of by the people of the nation." robbery. But we live in a differ- Cheers, Jeers to cut time, so history does nol Miller brought delegates ._ apply to old boundaries, he their feet with cheers and jeers assorted. as derided President Johnson In saying (hat Mao's running mate, Sen. were nol those of a Humphrey of Minnesota, he was alluding to the tradition-! Miller's charge Ihal Die John- al Marxist doctrine Ihat inserted an anti-Negro national clause in a deed to Austin land a crics of happy surprise and a standing ovation led by a munism transcends boundaries and is movement. The Kremlin leader epealed 'Negro delegate. Soviet rejections of Japanese] Miller's more obscure were the 3rospects for final adjournment of Congress which hinge on clearing the massive aid pro- Without even a token fight, the health care program's sup- mi; JK-aiui LOI V ut am auLJ- commission pol.tcrs in o plan to levy a Later in Ihe hearing, however, Keep said the Jackson County FCD would have lo gain ap- proval of its taxing authority oy vote before a contract could (See STUDY. Page 7) Today's Chuckle Half-baked guys have the most crust. [he legislation to go to a Senate-House confer- ence for almost certain death, uness Presdent Johnson Profit Drive Warehouse To Be Built Ceremonies Mark Slarl By HKNHY WOL IT .HI. Advocate Staft Writer Ground was broken Tuesday attcrnoon in Gulf Coasl In- dustrial Park for a modern warehouse planned by William IS. Mohr of Houston on Profit Drive at a cost estimated at SI. More than 50 city and county officials, civic leaders and other nterested persons attended the ceremony for the first project o begin construction in the 85- icre industrial section being levelopc.'d by Max Kirkpatrick, who developed both Lone Tixje ind Town and Country Shop- ping Centers. The structure of masonry and steel will have square 'eet of floor space. It will be ireproof, have a 10-car rait iiding, covered loading docks of truck height and will contain rflice and showrooms designed to tenant specifications. Any Size Ernest McBride, whose office is at 1402C East Killer and who is Mohr's representative here, said any size warehouse space is available in the proposed structure on a lease arrange- ment. He said a completely mechan- ized and palletized handling ervice will add to the attrac- tiveness of the structure, which will be known as Victoria Con- solidated Warehouse. Kirkpatrick said it will ba the largest warehouse of its type this side of Houston and in the Victoria trade territory. No exact figure was given on the cost of the building, which will be constructed by Don Krueger Construction Co., but AlcBride said it would be about "a million dollars." Faces Profit The large structure will face west on Profit Drive, which is near the Ben Jordan Street side of the industrial park. Asked when construction would begin, McBride pointed to a bulldozer sittina near the waSf groundbreaking site and said 527 of the Penal Code nf r.aliu _., flrnc e yi 01 me renal code "as nf City police Tuesday continued nf nf 1t ol today, realty. eir investigation into Saturday fha the dtstr hnHnff firm J? la'd constniclim thei find a formula to keep it breath ing. Tn two quick votes the sena- tors turned down: compromise "sense of can "card sale or having in possession) At (he ceremony, Mohr turned line above named mghlstand tne tjrst spatle 'o{ earth while others connected with the proj- ect looked on. In a short talk Airline Road. Police found the but does not necess'ariiy nude body in a bed in the request to them. chiefly by Sen. Everett M. Dirk- sen of Illinois, the Republican leader. The vote was 42-40. much toucher substitute! original petition room and ran next door from strained from distributing var- where a neighbor called police iotis books, magazines, stories, and an ambulance pamphlets and papers in addi- A 12-gauge double-barrel shot- lion lo the specified books. Congress" substitute for a rider wa.s found at the foot ot the! U also asks, in another refer- on the foreign aid bill proposed bed and with one shell expended encc, that the action be taken the other slill intact, "any of the aforesaid vestigators said. publications and all similar rick announced that Gulf Coast Industrial Park has been ex- panded through the purchase of UY uwn. MLiun. i mil iiiuuM, v u- additional 40 acres lo the S'.C., indentical with Robert Schroeder, a victim order to Harry Maddm, and is now bordered by separate tfouse-passed hill leukemia, police said. The; "ey for the distributing Ben Jordan and Ben Wil- would strip federal courts County native was ocrai Schroeder had been despond-! hooks, magazines and periodi- ent over the AUK. t death of cals containing mailers." ---1. 1.1..I IU..V1X-I V., by Sen. Strom Thurmond, child, six-month-old; Hardm said he presented the up lhe spade, he "I Ihink Victoria is the fin- est ard greatest place in the world and I think I can prove it to you." He also thanked all who had helped him bring the project to a construction stage. Added Acreage In a brief address, Kirkpat- FIVE-DAY TASK ------jurisdiction over ot Spears Well Serviced jslate legislatures. It was by Wcyman E. Hard- (Sce ORDER, Page 7) Job of Gathering Debris From Air Crash Ends Troops from Chase Field at Beevillc have completed the tedious task of picking up hun- dreds of small fragments of two aircraft that collided in mid-air over the Lone Tree Community last Wednesday scattering de- bris over several thousand acres of farmland. They finished (he job Tucs- ay afternoon afier five days walking the many fields of the area in search of the widely scattered wreckage. Mosl of the items picked up Ihc final dny were small pieces, though some as large as n machine gun from the Nnvy F1IA Tiger could be seen among lhc piled up wreck age on a Navy truck. U. Cmdr. James P. Ohcrholt- zcr, a member of the Navy's in vcsligaling team, said the wreckage has been returned to Chase Field, where military nml civilian officials are reconstriicl- Ing Ihc nlrcrafl in attempts to win defeats c.carcd K way for Senate liberals to re-, sume a filibuster against Dirk-j sen's rider which is designed to! delay reapportionment, ordered; by the Supreme Court. I Only one test vote has beeni held so far on Dirksen's rider CVBA TRADE THREAT son streets. "We're not tip-toeing" he said. Laler, he said, now that land for the second installment of the uxiustrial park has been J purchased, it tolals almost Si was named n presidential clcc- determine reasons Iho training piano uiul n twin-engine Beech- crafl plunged from the sky killing bolh pllols. The debris had lo be removed g from an area approximately three miles wide and five miles long. Some of it was strewn further as the light metal drifted downward. The officer gave no indication as lo when any agency would make a report on the collision, if ever. He mentioned that al least one of the rcporls the Navy is working on may never be disclosed. Obcrholtzer said the Navy flew aerial photographs of the area pinpointing the debris. These maps were also used by the ground loam in spotting where pieces fell. Killed in (he spectacular crash were Allen Hayes, 2-1, of Long Meadows, Mass., a Navy student about lo receive his pilot's wings, and Clarence L, Burke, 38, of Houston, n veteran pilot who preferred flying al -IH-3B decision against tabling it last Thursday. And while this doesn't necessarily mean it would pass by Ihal margin, Ihcrc is no indication its filibust-fSec PLAN'S. Page 7) cloudiness through Thursday, with occasional showers and a few t h u n d e r s h o w c r s. Southeasterly winds 10 to 20 m.p.h. Expected Wednesday temperatures: Low 73, high 92. South Central Texas: Considerable cloudiness Wednesday ami Thursday with occasional showers. High Wednesday 88-98. Temperatures Tuesday: Low 68, high Ml. Tides (Port Port O'Connor Lows at p.m. nnci p.m. Thursday, high at a.m. Thursday. Barometric pressure at s e a level: 20.01. Sunset Wednesday, sunrise Thursday. Tlun InlorTunuun ti.i'cd on data Iron] the U.S. WtalJier Bureau Vlclovla Office. AHioloji' H flnrcn ....10 Z AUrked n cuitirint .1HI snorts ,.s> Cotiitc 1 Tdtvlttan l Wcmcn'j 3 IX-.IK. O 1 Ol O purchased, it tolals n Spanish Ship Survivors lhc first h ____ Tell of Mystery Attack SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico caller Striking in darkness east of (was carried ou inslallment ot Ihe park is now underway with the warehouse construction and that in the near future there be announcements concert> v. said the olllc.r building out by a secret lanfl P'Jfcha.sed includes Cuba, two unidentified and added- cast of the present site, boats set n Spanish Ihe beginning of attacks ,B-t'n Wllson lhe afire and killed ils captain and am1 ship that trades a" '-vmS lo tllc solllh of the railroad tracks. It was pur- afire and killed ils captain and j any ship two officers with machine guniCuba." bursts, survivors said Tuesday.! Among lhe 17 survivors flown Seven other members ot the'hero lo await 20-man crew were wounded inj flights for Spain chased from .Mrs. Lillic Dicbel, fivuiaiiumi.. commercial "r.s- Angerstcin, Mrs. .._ were three1, cstlnc awl James c- Ihe Sunday night attack as the: stretcher cases. AH had been hit' frseni principal owners, and l.WXMon vessel, Ihe SierraHn the legs by what Ihcy clght owners. sailed loward Hava-jwas lhe firsl blast of machine- na with a cargo of (cxlilcs, toys.jgun fire from the attacking cork and garlic ordered by Iheispcedboals. Castro government from Spain. Ramon San Jalinto of Bilbao Survivors described the at- Spain, the radio operator, sair tack after Ihey were flown were three bursts of fire in U. S. planes from "a tremendous long burst at Town in Ihe Bahamas and lhe! Ihc start, a second one just U. S. naval base at before svc abandoned ship anc in southeastern Cuba. third as we were rowing There was no firm clue lo thejaway idcnlity of the attackers. A Cuban exile source in Pana- ma said Monday (lint antl-Cas- Iro Cubans attacked a ship in Iho Caribbean on Sunday night. Two exile leaders, Manuel Arllme and Manolo Hayaler denied Ihat their people made the attack. In Miami, Fla., an anonymous San Jalinlo said the freighter caught fire too quickly for him to sentt a message. Ilo and the other crewmen said it was (oo dark to identify the attacking ships. At Malheiv Town, the com- missioner's office reported Ihat the freighter "was supposedly (See SURVIVOHS, Page 7) Near the warehouse site, Kirk- (Sec Page 7) Please Phone Between And A.M. City delivery ol the Vic- toria Advocate1 should he completed every not later (him U o'clock. For corrected delivery service, please contact your carrier (see phono nunilicr on last receipt lie Issued lo you) or call (hi; Adviinite, plione HI 5-1151, hc-tnecn and a.m. ;