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Advocate (Newspaper) - September 22, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119lh 138 TELEPHONE HI 3-U51 VICTORIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1964 ElUblhhtd 10 Cents IT ONLY Beard, a first grade student at Juan Linn Elementary School, gets his Heaf tuberculosis test Monday afternoon from Mrs. Dorothea Smith of the City-County Health Unit, while an apprehensive classmate looks on al left. Most of the youngsters were more curious than scared over the im- oust pending tests, and after it was all over, one little fellow commented "it only tickles." Mi's. Mamie Vance and Mrs. Frances Stephens, volunteers of the local TB Association, assisted at the school. Aboul first and sixth graders in the public schools received the tests. Parochial schools will get them Tuesday. (Advocate Photo) Woman Found Shot Beside Family Car The body of Mrs. Ralph, Walker, 30, mother of three, children, was found shortly after 11 a.m. Monday on Bois D'Arc Road, a bullet wound in her chest. A .30 caliber Army-type car- County for (lie past nine Funeral Home is in charge bine was found nearby. Mrs. Walker's body was found, approximately a mile from the Victoria Uloominglon highway near the family car. The body was found by Billy Yandell, 3102 Bloomington Road, who notified! authorities. Justice of the Pence Alfred C. Baass, Sheriff Monlie Marshall, and Deputies Oscar Cavallinj and Dwight J. Williamson made an investigation at the scene. Baass indicated that he would probably return a decision on his investigation Tuesday morn- ing, and noted that from the in-. she was a member of Central Church of Christ. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Cen- tral Church of Christ, with Ed Brown, minister, officiating. Graveside services will be held al p.m. Wednesday in Elgin Cemetery at Elgin. Duc- of arrangements. Survivors are her husband; one daughter, Delia Ruthine; two sons, Joseph Ralph, and Thomas Dean Walker, all of Victoria; and three brothers, Howard and Lawrence Warden both of Salem, Mo., and Clark Wai-den of Carlisle, 111. 4 Men Remain Trapped In Nuclear Test Shaft MERCURY, Nev. ile thefts in the past his car, nonihs, "without any the key in licity" or any 'on' position Ralph Sellers, a of whisk uttal as counsel for hadn't da School at Foster they hadn' Sellers said his own car whiskey stolen recently, that drugs." are frequent, and that have beer only one such case has matter reached a grand jury and afternoon publicity has been given Fly s matter "I (ell il should the school called to the council's a damage ion so the public can the car a what is going it were not in Speaking in rebuttal, 1 I WASHINGTON (AP) _ non 1 Ul dent Johnson signals flying over most of of over nation's railroads were and said he down Monday, ending the all over tl ond threatened national look the portation tieup in less than wh Negotiators for the have b and six shop craft unions announced a "tentative 'think that ment" on four major issues their job security dispute settlement of a fifth seemed T In the absence of an Ins ment, the strike was to started at 6 a.m. The strike threat HI abruptly after more than Coun hours of marathon talks Court will none of the cliff-hanging tour of ni tics that accompanied last to study ril's White House settlement of nearly a similar nationwide rail fin in pr Both J. E. Wolfe, chief for (he pro road negotiator, and office and C( Fox, head union Judge expressed confidence in said the able to "wrap up the balance includin the dispute" in talks V, H. W at 10 a.m. Tuesday. They and Frar cated this should be Tuesdaj plished within a few Goliad Although President looking at did not intervene pubicly as courthouse s did in last April's strike th by five train-operating a two-day negotiators indicated the an dent had made it plain the at Ba; ernment would not stand for Bcllv at Devereux will not be the last" such many who are incident, but again referred to exceptional chil- (lie exceptional nature of the disturbed." majority of (he Devereux stu- thal "Mr. dents, Ho said they have special out there and problems, for which they re- ceive special treatment and that the school "is making greal the 'on' position and leaving a progress and turning these slu- "tool gun and denls back to society as produc- tive citizens." jk Fly pointed out, loo, that the headed for Can- current budget indicates the Devereux Foundation plans to in New York spend approximately aged the car on the Foster School in the com- mthered Mr. ing year "making it about the r his gun or fourth largest industry in Vic- toria." to settle He also related briefly plans late as this for expansion of the Victoria with Mr. operation, but said that he did said, explaining not mean (o imply by bringing 1 had offered to up Ihe economic factor thai settlement al- "these students should receive id the property special treatment" for thai fact damaged, reason. He said, however, thai Fly said that (See SALESMAN, Page 5) Trio Named To Study Program Agent's Acliou Is Questioned By TOM E. FITE Advocate Staff Writer Mayor Kemper Williams Jr. Monday named Councilwoman 3oa Mnrlin, Attorney William Fly and former Mayor W. R. McCright lo a committee to in- vestigate handling of the city's right-of-way purchases under the bond program. The committee was named at :he beginning of the regular council session without any ex- planation and with no discussion among council members. Wil- liams later (old newsmen, how- ever, that Ihe action bad beca taken because two purchases made by the right-of-way agent, Don Alton, had been question- Over Confidence IN (AP) Presi- lo hear from us, they want to disclaimed any get our viewpoints on public questions, they want to know how we stand on issues, so w< voters "in the campaign been somewhat Court interviewed preliminary plan- commissioners are going to be visiting all over this country." The President said he expects to be in many, many stales probably more than 30 by elec tion time. In announcing plans for a swing through New England next week, Johnson pegged it t a folksy reservation: "ff the Good Lord's willin' and the creeks don't rise." On the other subjects at a double-barreled news confer ence that started in the White House and continued out in the yard, Ihe President: he thinks "we'll worl things out and it'll be all right' in Congress. Johnson said hi has not written oft the healll care for the elderly bill. the appointmen of these men lo (lie board of thi Communications S a t e 1 1 i t Corp.: Frederick G. Donner Corns. Pat chairman of the board of Gener Deluges Bringing Havoc To Wide Sections of State Amusement Park Adjusts Schedule The amusement park oper- ated in conjunction with Vic- tcria Children's Zoo has gone national convention was inter- run ASSOCMTKD rnr.ss Deluge-like rains, pouring lor rents on what was a drought area only a few weeks ago, cre- ated havoc over Texas Monday from the Red River to the Rio Grande. Highway and railroad bridges were washed out, homes and roads flooded and school shut down os some sections received up to 17 inches of rain. fn Dallas, a mammoth pa- rsde of the American Legion's mittently soaked and sun-burned as the five-hour procession sloshed Ihrough the downtown district, snnrlmg traffic over s wide metropolitan area. Texas Highway 352 at White! Hock Creek in Dallas was closed by high water. In the San Angclo area, high- wnter closed Rnnch Road 33 sculli of Big Lnke, Texas 20 west of Its' Intersection with Ranch 33, Ranch 183 al Val Verde County Una and Rnnoh 385 at the Llano River. Ranch Road 915 was expected lo bo closed momentarily ns heavy rnlns pushed slrcnms from their banks n half mtlo south of S. G7. la the Del Uio area, Farm 582 closed down east of Crystal City, Farm Road 1433 was closed al Espanosa Lake Sough, but other roads in the area closed earlier in the day, were WEATHER Partly cloudy to cloudy through Tuesday night with oc- showcrs or thunder- Winds southerly (o casional showers. southeasterly at 8 lo 18 ni.p.h. Expected Tuesday tempera; lures: High 90, low 75. South Central Texas: Partly cloudy (a cloudy Ihrough Wednesday wilh occasional showers or Ihunde-rshowers. High Tuesday BB-98. Monday temperatures: High 90, tow 76. Prccipilalrcm Monday: .13- ineh. Total for year: 27.66. Tides (Port Lavncn Port O'Connor Lows at n.m. and p.m. and highs nt p.m. and Wednesday at a.m. Barometric level: 29.98. pressure at scs Stmsol Tuesday. Sunrise Wednesday. This InlonnatLon based on I ram the U.S. Weather Buttiu Viciorlt expected to be opened during the night. Meanwhile, the rains contin ued with threats of more flood ing and continued harassmen of normal activities. The weather bureau offeree no immediate relief for North Texas areas as a cool front which spawned the rains and al least one tornado, hung over North Texas. The tornado and resultant ivaler spout occurred in the Fort Worth vicinity. The weather bureau said con- tinuing rains would produce more local flash flooding. Some ports of the northeast Dailas were virtually Isolated by high valcr and residents sought hotel rooms in hostclries already inm-packed by the American _egion convention. Weather bureau radar indi- cated a broad band of rain from the western Gulf of Mexico lorthward into south central re- gions of Oklahoma. Some of the heaviest rain shortly before dusk was In an area bounded by Fort Worth, Cisco, Hamilton, Waco, Grand Saline and Paris. The heavy WEATHER, Page i) Moore, V, H. Weber, W. S. Caraway and Frank Barnett, will spend Tuesday in visits to Cuero, Goliad and Port La-vaca looking at new and restored courthouse structures. Wednesday the court will begin a two-day trip to inspect courthouses and other public auildings at Bay City, Angleton, Houston, Bcllville, Bryan and Austin. "We feel this program of personal inspection is essential to intelligent planning for our new office and courts said Judge Hartman. "It will give is the opportunity not only to jring ourselves up-to-date on the newest and most advanced county facilities in this area of Ihe state, but also to judge the finished product of the various architects we are now considering for the Victoria County Motors; George Meany, president of the AFL-C10, and Clark Kerr, president of the University of California. Johnson outlined campaign travel plans that will take him to Atlantic City, N.J., and then to Texas and Oklahoma thi week, into New England anc Baltimore next week, and prob ably Ihrough the Midwest and to Cleveland the week of Oct. h businc perfor may surety any o toria; ested any Counc the C Gaulle Grandly in CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) Thousands of Venezuelans gave President Charles de Gaulle a rousing welcome Monday as he opened his drive lo spreac Franco's influence in Latin America. They shouted "Viva la France" and "Vive de Gaulle' and despite extraordinary security measures almosl mobbed his car at the tombs of Venezuelan national heroes Simon Bolivar and Francisco de Miranda. Standing in his open car, the smiling De Gaulle reached out lo shake some of the extended liands while motorcycle police tried desperately to push back (he crowds. Thousands lined the streets of Caracas to greet De Gaulle as ic drove into the capital from the airport. Jet fighters and helicopters roared overhead. Troops and police kept walch on the DC Gaulle rnolorcadc from rooftops alng the route. Several persons were Injured when Iwo trucks filled with photographers collided just after DC Gaulle laid wreaths on Die tombs !n the Venezuelan pantheon, A soldier and a V stand sever bruis Th( Gaul) thron Th
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