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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 7, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 153 TELEPHONE HI 8-H51 VICTORIA TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 19C4 Established 1813 26 Cents U.S. Rejects Poll Tax Rules Spy Charges On Attaches Soviol Seen Trave MOSCOW (AP) The Hus-i sians charged Tuesday that; three U.S. military attaches awl' a British attache searched by! Russian authorities in the Kha- barovsk incident were spying. II' was officially hinted they may bo barred from the Soviet IJn- ioiv The Foreign Ministry an- nounced il rejected protests hy llic United Status and Britain against wha( the two Western allies Monday called flagrant violations of the attaches' diplo- Voters who have moved front one voting precinct (o another have four days before the Nov. :t general election to have their poll tax registration changed lo (he proper precincl, County Tux Assessor-Collector II. Campbell Dodsini said Tues- day. All (hat is necessary, Doit- siH) said, is for the voter to conic lo (tie lax office with his poll tax receipt so (hut (lie precinct can be properly changed on the receipt and Iht pnll lists placed in or- der. The .assessor collector said lii.s' office lias received a number of calls from vot- ers ilnring the past few days ivho churned (hey had liceii informed anonymously by telephone thai (hey are list- ed in the wrong precinct ami therefore cannot legally vole in the Nov. :i election. There liavc been so many of these calls, Dodson said, as lo cause suspicions of sonic kind nf anonymous campaign being carried nn. A telephone call lo his of- fice, hi1 explained, can ob- tain (he correct precinct in- ftirmalion for any voter. d Water Storage U.S. authorities, rejecting the of espionage, made clear that they did not regard T he liussian charge as a reply.: O 11 G'l I T' he American Embassy .said JV IJClJ lolUl I U I- he accusation, made in notes; JL C GOP Pushes Attacks on Anns Policy Farm Programi .Johnson Topic WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Barry Goldwatcr and former vice president Richard M. N'ix- on sharply challenged Tuesday President John's proclaimed! policy of tight control over tacli-! ciil nuclear weapons. Former president Dwight D. Eisenhower again deplored injecting security matters into a political campaign. Goldwatcr, addressing about United Press International editors and publishers in Wash- ington, charged thai De Gaulle Motorcade Routed by Peronists IN AUSTIN Presidents New Office Suite for LBJ Escape as mo 11. 5 17- 16 Injured Republican s rire J Believed Foes of lllia accusation of espionage, madi it clear (hat (hey did not regard the Th the relayed to London and Wa.shing- lon, "was not responsive to our serious protests." The Western powers charged Hy IIUNKY WOU'T .III. Advocate Staff Writer Plans should continue without clchiv TOUT WOltTIl (AIM A Congress originally approprial- up to make up lime lost by a Johnson: Republican charged Tuesday cd SlO.IHil.OOO for construction of strike. He said that despite has already delegated authority that the government is building the Austin federal center. The these extra eosls. however, "we -rim over (lie use of nuclear arms to .1 office suite in Alls- construction contract came to think that Die total cost will be Argentina (M the supreme commander of the tin, Tex., for President Johnson. i under million." A mob of 3.000 Pcronisl dem- Nurlh Atlantic Treaty Alliance. An Associated Press reporter' Jackson said that normal White charged that overtime onstrators a car :lenl Tnes- .j. Admmistr.i-'Mnke. i Jackson said it will be De- cade. llc sakl thc tosl wiu before anyone can start Sixteen persons were wounded suite would; a snare foot, which he moving in. although there is in the battle that followed as came from F. called normal for a building of some rush (p provide space [or police charged at the crowd. Permission Given into "le suite Tuesday and change orders in (lie building was being ordered to finish (he carrying President Charles ih Ami iVivnn fnl.l i t-nnfw escorted out with will run the cost lo less Ihiin SI! presidential suile in lime for a Oaulle of France and Presiden' n n elm Wk iln come back np here again.million, some of it for celebration Ihere by Arluro Illia of Argentina lues presidents Eisenhower permission from Uicllo make up for time lost in a1 election day Nov. :i. day and broke up their motor given the Services 'Commander Ihe right to provide1 taclicil1 mlclcai' weapons. Rivrr 1n! President Johnson cosl naval attache in Moscow; Col.icomprehensive report and read George A. Aubrey, (he U.S :liy Hcnkel, it was noted lhat military attache; Lt. Col. Karljduring past drought periods Ihe It Liewcr, Aubrey's assistant; i [low of the Guadalupe and Maj. James F. Smith, an'oftcn inadequate for existing! assistant US. air attache, jnccds. The Democrats have accused Pictures. lAp.insioi. was su of boing triggel. They had paused in Khabar- -The water supply to be en'isor of Subdivision No. 1 of py in claiming the NATO com- ovsk on their way by tram created by the recently com- Calhoun Victoria Soil Con-', mandcr should have delegated across Siberia on a Irip that Canyon Reservoir is ex-lservation District Tuesday to use Uie small, "lac- smce taken them to lokyo andipccted to make additional Kolle replaces bis uncle, nuclear arms in certain Hong Kong. They were available for sub-imcr Kolle. who served on the1 circumstances such as Ihe death uled to return to Moscow after a expansion of 15 years. 'or disability of the president, visit later this week to read from the re- Ho was the only nominee, and Claiming this authority Delhi, India. ;p0rt "However, Canyon Rescr-1 the vote was by "acclamation. The Soviet protest said [s n0( considered of suf-' other members of the board cated material, including capacity supply But it was Die nuclear issue; (hat to million. slrnetkm contract cost of .lackson said the that has been hit hard by both! Randolph M. Jackson, region- (NX) has been increased by what will occupy less Hum one floor. Illiii suffered n evil hand from parlies in different ways that nl director for public affairs of lie called normal amount; Tlic Associated Press reporlerbrokon glass of Iho presidential continued to draw sparks from (he GSA, stationed here, said: of change orders" and a (See OVKU'F., Page I1A) icar. llc said later that the inci- bolh sides of the political fence. idcnls were the of 'twisted thinking." Police, using tear gas bombs, wedged a path through the mob and the car continued on the trip to a luncheon meeting. Kilns To Paraguay Shortly afterward he flew to Paraguay from this industrial hotbed of pro and anti-Pcronism No progress was reported! "We don't know more now where the 1955 revolt that over- WILMINGTON, Del. iTuesdav nighl as Texas Hang-'lhan we did when we Uirew dictator .luan Pcron was Plans New np T T ready exists, Goklwaler CXclo UllJl Du Pont Suspect Passes Polygraph Test "We now know, publicly, that are arrangements under' Pont will construct the na- ers, Sheriff W: Marshal, and'MarshaU regrclfn.ly pounced. Dp Oaulle arrived in Pa, dared them persona non grata and forced Ihcm to leave. face water. lgoajs nnci objectives for the or-i control of all nuclear weapons, (orations, including polyethylene Asks Support 'sanizntion. The previous work was this task force's resin and the company s, was mken lo the The report also advises Ihatiplan has been in effect .since issued Monday, that drew more i new hydrocarbon rubber. Kul. to keep Victoria and surround-; icommont from Eisenlioworj Ethylcnc is liyjt] in Austin, uspcct was d headquarters iled nine years ago but has a her purse, Marshall ex- in AroiMilina "lol'ie plained. "Other than that, she f I .some old coin.s which we Itlll1s ed lo the legislature when iticitizens of Victoria lo sell Inciting at Victoria College that long cal campaign of sensitive nf poly- probe, convenes in January. up-river neighbors on the plans to conserve water1 fScc COP, Page HA) [ethylcne unit at Victoria. i Earlier in the day, The group elected benefits of such a project. Iwcre badly needed, particular- Braziel of Emory as president, "Such benefits would in-ly in Texas. Harold C. Green of San elude increase in land values mimy secretary treasurer, and Milton'around and along the rcser- Previously Du Pont most of the ethylene il con jsumcs fom Gulf Coasl sup I pliers under long term con- i tracts. As these contracts ex Today's Chuckle The (rouble with life Is that you're halfway through (tracts. As these contracts ex before you realize it's one ipirc, the output of the new plant' O11HM1 OlCl S of those do-it-yourself deals. I will lake up the slack, 'railroad Iraeks. Hecau.se of the slop them. distance from the tracks, offi- From the other side some boughtperson was -arrested on ;my pos- 000 other chanting Poronisls -icion by a highway 1, might approached. -Ibul ho too was released. from a freight Ik-fore guards could close Today train could have been re.spon- windows of the presidential car, sible for the attack. 'demonstrators showered (tie two DCS Seaman, an identifica-chiefs of state with leaflets. The (See SUSI'KCT. Page I1A) GAUU.IC, Page 11A) Fine Arls Drive Opens With 4 Artists Booked League of Women Voter dole-; gates from seven South Texas [cities, including the host Vic- toria Chapter, will meel at 1 p.m. Wednesday in (he first of three training conferences to be conducted through Thursday by stale officers and directors. The I p.m. meeting will be fol- lowed by a dinner session at .........ake water for granted, Richardson of McAllen as vice, voir, recreational development we ajr president. (he income therewith, and f0r granted. But there's an old --------1an increase toUicir prosenl and 
                            

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