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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 18, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                Arkansas 14 I cxas.......J Notre Dajnc.. 24 UCLA........0 Rico 28 Texas Tech ..10 Purdue 17 Air Force 7 Georgia Tceli .7 Auburn Navy Alabama Tennessee SM'U 9 Vii'o'iiia Syracuse 21 Peiin Slale Army St. Stale THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 15 119th 1G4 TELEPHONE HI 5-11J1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1964 52 Pages China Issue Prevents President's Trip Home FOR RETARDED Service Center Board Named Till! W1NNEUS Ben Milain, left, chairman of the Victoria Ciem and Mineral Society's Hobby Show, awards trophies lo Bob Oklficld lor his Best of Show entry and lo Mrs. Evelyn Young for her entry which captured the award for the Best Mineral Display. (Advocate Photo) Soviets Ask Galveslon Man Hobby Winner Leaders of the Area Proj- ect on Retardation announced ttiis weekend that they expect to have their first service cen- ter operating early in 1005. Based in Victoria but provid- ing services for six participat- ing counties, it is lo lie known as the Bend Center (or Children and Youth. It will di- iagnosis and prognosis, treat- ment for necdv family rases, Nuclear Test Halt MOSCOW (AP) With the 11 i yii i i i i I nwtii n. ciuu. a v ia Red Chinese A-blast echoing and M c j Yolmg, took of age suffering menial retar- dation, physical handicap, emo- tional disturbance or social dis- advantage. District .fudge Frank H. Cram Robert Oldfield of GalvestoniStaged yet, will continue Sun- who has been named president captured Die Best of Show day at the Palti Welder Gym- of the six-county board which Members of Ihe center commil- [ee iti addition to Judge Crain are Mrs. C. K. McKan Jr. and Frk'iicb Tarkington Jr. of Vic- toria; Dr. Shannon Crenshaw, Mrs. John Griffin and Larry) Dio of Calhoun County; Mrs.' Leon Polzin, Reuben Koether and K. K. Reese of DeWill County; Dr. W. E. Clu'lton, Mrs. Campbell Lolt and Mrs. Helen Torian of Goliad County; Judge Commissioner counseling and referral serviceiLarkin Thcdford for individuals llifough 21 years Steve Sablaturn and Dr. Charles their ears, Ihe top Soviet lead- ers Saturday called on all the people of Ihe world to "struggle for the complete ending of nu- clear weapons tests." The Central Committee of the Communist parly, which just ousted Nikila S. Khrushchev as its chief, set this as Ihe theme for its Nov. 7 celebrations of the Bolshevik Revolution. Anxious for Goodwill Another main subject, printed in Pravda .Saturday as a call of the committee for Nov. 7, was a renewal of the demand lhat Ihe Western powers get out of Ber- lin and permit the old German capital lo be turned into a "free, award, and a Victoria The displays will be open to tlie public from 10 a.m. demilitarized cily." However, (lie seemed more anxious to obtain the good will of the present three other nuclear powers besides the Soviet Union the United Stales, Brilain and France than to berate them. Call for Friendship One of the calls, afler the appeal lo end all nuclear lesls, said, "May friendship and coop ei'alion of the peoples of Brilain, the United Stales of America, France and the Soviet Union develop and gain in strength in [lie name of durable world This was the most public and the trophy for the Best Mineral Display Saturday at the fifth annual Hobby Show staged by Ihe Victoria Gem and Mineral Society. The show, perhaps the biggest Labo rites Pick Cabinet LONDON (AP) Newly in- stalled as prime minister, Har- old Wilson put together a Laboi cabinet Saturday" and launched an assault on the mounling economic and foreign problems facing Brilain- committee 'n ''s public statement the laborite foreign office ex pressed disappointment ovei Red China's nuclear tesl, de- clared Peking slill was far from being an atomic power, am to G p.m. Admission is 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for chil- dren. will -administer the center, said thai money from slate and county sources has been pledged for the first year of operation and that Ihe opening "is an- ticipated as soon after Jan. 1, (Sec CENTEK, Page 9A) GoU Medal For llanseu I'n'tl llanscn, whose pole- vaulting fcals have liceii making headlines cvnr since lie graduated from L'ncro II i g H School, lins now achieved the nllinuitc in his sport by winning an Olympic C.nld Mortal. The liice slar who holds the world record of 17 Tool, 'I inches, won ihi: Olympic event Snlunlay niyht in Tokyo by souring Hi feel. X ;mil inches, nosint; oul Woirgnng Itcinhiirdt of Ger- inany wlio postcil a Hi-7. How llansen inissci! on his first attempts, and how America's dominance In Mir. hung in the Inilnnec- on his third allciuiu, is relulcd nn Page 12-A. Nation To Hear Report on TV Goldwater Plugs For Labor Vote WASHINGTON (AP) President Johnson Satur- day cancelled plans tor a Texas campaign trip and ar- ranged lo make a nationally broadcast report to the nation Sunday night on Communist China's lirsl nuclear test and the change of government in the Soviet Union. The White House thai Johnson would summon j i Republican and Democratic! leaders of the House and Sen-! ale lo a special briefing session on Monday and would meet Tuesday wilh his on Ihc same subjects. There was no immediate word on whether Johnson and his lop diplomatic, military and intelli- gence advisors had concluded that developments in the Soviet Union and Communist Chinal were more ominous than the I President's initial comments! Friday had indicated. j All Networks I i Johnson will go before lelevi- ision cameras and radio micro- -p _- I W ITJLClY Speed Fill Program YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) .m iii imw 10 Miriliripfl nprcnnncl ran Arizona Sen, Barry Goldwater Thp xhnw drew a Inl'Pp JUKI- luidiiiit-u SULHUL i_nn. inc Miow UILW a I'Ufce ana- promised labor Saturday he'd ince Saturday, wilh dea ers De leciuucu. ,_ brains oul al Idora Park (where ience Saturday, wilh dealers rom as far away as Arizona, Kenedy, Austin, San Anlonio and Harlingcn. Some 40 cases are on display. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Monahan of San Antonio captured two blue for their entries in polished stones on commercial mountings and polished slones ivithoul mountings emphasized a continuity will foreign policy under the Con- servative government. Giving evidence that he is a man in a hurry, Wilson hunchcc over a desk in No. 10 Domiing St., his official residence, lie called iiis Labor Party asso ciates before him one at a time This was parl of tJie ritua business of government-making the fruit of the Labor Party's national election triumph over The center be staffed with a psychologist, a social worker and a public health nurse, with a pcdialrician to be named as the medical director. Participating in the center project will be Calhoun, DeWitl, Goliad, Jackson and Hefugio counties in addition to Victoria. Under the organizational format ighl to defend its right lo strike and blasled Ihe idea of "one- man, one-thumb government. Other blue ribbon winners formalized Ibis week, each "We don't want just one an's thumb on (he govern- he declared. "We waul all the peoples' thumbs." "I'll lell you union men one he said at Akron. "I'll fight to defend your right In were II. V. Young of Victoria, Mlished stone without mount- ings; Mr. and Mrs. Waller Hennig, polished stone without mounting; Al Allen of Victoria, general polished stone; Doc Owens, whose variety of types of polished slones captured the division trophy, and the Mineral Club of Brazoria, which won the trophy for Ihe best club case. Red ribbons went to Angelina county will have its own board chartered by (be stale, while the cenlcr in turn will operate under a stale charter. Country Club Expansion On Work is expcclcd lo get under way Monday on a major pansion of clubhouse facilities phones al p.m. Eastern Standard Time. The White House said all Ihrce networks, First Tesls Due This Year WASHINGTON (AP) Ac- elcration of the Fill warplane n'ogram may be one of the outgrowths of levclopmcnls ,'oldwaler waste speak) tonight ABC, NBC and CBS, will tele- it they don'l get lo me first." vise (he program live. Additional police were not put! ABC, NBC and CBS also will on, however. The Kepuhlieanicarry the speech live on radio organization already had or- along wilh Die Mutual radio net -ork. The While House announce mcnl said that the Naliona derett a second security vehicle work. to ride in front of Ihe senator's hard-lop car in the motorcade. There were no incidents at lhejSccurily Council, which mci park Iwith Johnson for -an hour Salur The motorocade fee1s "lil1 "wllile about 35 miles per hour, bring- iigiu iu iicitim (Srr DWATI.'I! strike and bargain _'8C The Republican presidential candidate barnstormed industri- al northeast Ohio Saturday, speaking oul, against centralized government, beaming to en- thusiastic reception, and even autographing a lennis shoe. He told the voters in a speech no present cause for national' alarm and no immediate emer- gency, it is advisable in the national interest lo be certain all the responsible officers of the government are fully and promptly informed." ttcnort Tn People George K. Kcody, Wllile Council City Council will consider ap- pointment of Dave Soileau to secretary, also Ihe City Electrical Board al that it was the Security that they had a choice: "Take a! meeting Monday al s p.m., and j Council thai recommended "the the disturbing in Communist China and Hie Soviet. Union. To Ihc Nalional Security Council meeting summoned Saturday by President Johnson went his top military adviser, Secretary of Defense Roberl S McNamara. Abundant Weapons The Pentagon has emphasized for more than Iwo years that the United Stales has an abun- dance of nuclear warheads and delivery equipment in the tens of thousands. But McNa- mara has plugged hard for ever-increasing variety in weap- ons of flexibility wilh which lo figlil wars ranging down from all-out nuclear strategic conflict to convcnlional-typc wars. Even when China has opera- tional nuclear weapons she may nol use them directly, but in- at Victoria Country Club. Morris Shatluck, chairman of direct appeal of the new Soviet leadership for the friendship of Ihe West since ou.sler. Observers here ui-iicn-u n., would doiiblicss be answered bv President Johnson in his scbed-ltlon of a-mm who cxl'ccts to Sunday nighl to Nove of San Antonio, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hennig of Victoria, Ihe Victoria Gem and Mineral Club, Norma Arnold of Victoria and Virgil Miller of Victoria. Other winners in the mineral division were Polly Williams, who won two while ribbons for her mineral specimens, paih that leads to socialism or gel back on the road lo individ- ual freedom." also lake up Ihe matter of Ham- himself give ;i report i lncm as a ing a firm to do the assessment of the s'lc seeks to expand domi- audil of cily affairs. ilional silualion to Hie American nation of all Asia by other In Mansfield, Akron, Canton Pope, Spillers and Associalcs people." and here, Coldwatcr wooed the! of Han Anlonio have done Ihe! Johnson will make his broad-; i audit for the past three at n p.m. Eastern Daylight call-) but there was no advance indi- Time on Sunday. Iloedy said he the building commiUee, saidivole Of the working man. the project will include. anonymous telephone _______ Ian addition to the exislmgjcr threatened lo shool Gold-1 cation whether they will be re- probably would speak for clubhouse which will Saturday. Elton-----'-.....' for expansion of all existing UicMiarl, Mahoning County services, especially Ihe dining- Conservatives, who had Dcspile the slim margin of iii thai victory Wilson pushed believed (hc dctcmina. Republican chairman, said he told police of Ihe call he re- Monahan, a while ribbon for Tne enlarged structure in which Ihe speaker people. Kremlin leader already polished stone in the junior di-iwm include a new professional Goldwater and vision, and C. W. Becker, a and locker rooms for golfv'i'm R0ins, IQ that ribbon for a mineral specimen.'ers am( professional J. M. Hogan captured first The work is to be done by'.. (See SHOW, Page ,VA> j Urban Construction Co. ilVlUSCiril) LlSlS Shatluck said the current work i.s parl of a long range) Al'llSlS employed. i30 minnlcs. Versatility Cited McN'amara hammered hard on tiic versatility of tlie Flit in 15 loiliis speech last week at Die Fort Worth plant of General Dynam- Other items on a brief agenda! There was no plan to incliidejics Corp. in the rollout ccretno- relcascd by Cily Manager John Sen. Barry Goldwalcr, Ihe Re-iny for the initial lest plane- Lee Friday include study on an1 publican presidential "For the first time in aviation amendment to Ihe ordinance.in the invilation lo he said, "we have an (See SOVIETS, Page DA) Mrs. lioh Gcrrard reminding members of the Delta Kappa sakl: providing for appointments leaders to attend [airplane with the range of a guy's the City Electrical Board, a Monday briefing session. transport, the carrying capacity [port on bids opened at a tncet-1 Whether Goldwater would be and endurance of a bomber, and ling last week, and Second vcnd-ifilled in through some olherjthe agility of a fighter pursuit 'ing of an ordinance on was riot clear. One White plane. Its performance is as INDEX paving. heard from, Wilson had only a by Communist Party First Sec- head a new ministry of techno! CHINA. I'agc flA) (Sec U. S., Page OA) Mrs. Campbell Speaks Work of 11 contemporary i artists will go on exhibit Sun- Hibhousc .f MeNamara-O'Con- the [acililvinor "ls'oriciil and tine Arts 000 llnclw sponsorship ofj of additional floor space. available by Meredith Long.j and will include works of Wil- liam Anzalone, Dan ogy. This was a surprise. Cou- sins did not run for a seat in the house. Mrs- Barbara Castle, 53, the only woman in Ihe cabinet, was! .selected as minister of development. jl 111 Sir Frank Soskicc, G2, became1 home secretary, and Arthur, Robert Campbell, mem-'ing on Friday. The (irst defini- Broadway Actress Signs For Role in Victoria Play On Ihe heels of an opening- The concerts deal wilh the man himself such with the first play work of the drama criticism in rmrtion known Hoey, ..Atmtje gencra, am, ,hc p islaninc Klug, Jack Cowan, Trai, 0, sjx Loytl Barlells, Lamar Briggs nounccd Salurday and Robert Prichclt. gonerr Theatre an- contributions dial it will firargc Jean in the field ng by as in the "Conversa- Nalhan In Miss BoKomlcy, 57, secretary of n[ Victoria Independent {lion of 'politics1 in my Exhibit, hours will be from for Commonwealth relations. Wilson, (See CABINET, Page OA) p.m. Mrs. C. A. Dickcrsonj___la home from the hospital and do-f ing better Mrs. Nita chalking up a busy day Itosalic Jaschkc of Corpus Christi, formerly of Victoria, a rccenl hirlhday celebrant An electric service intcrnirj- Mrs. Frank Grain .fr, markingjlion (o complete new construe- a birthday yesterday and j lion work on Ihe Airline Drive Mrs. N'ello Tafini not denying extension is scheduled Sunday j School District board of Irus- lo news media a slaiemcnl concerning Ihal she has had anolher birth- day Wood froin a meeting in Austin Joe Wcardcn, Itnycc and Ailolnh Pcsek back belwecn 3 nnd 5 p.m. B. Wilson, local for CPU, include .....----------------flier vote on (he rccenl school I electrical contract "because I feel those who elected me to of- fice have a right to know" her position. Mrs. Campbell's statement is as follows: "Afler careful thought over jibe events of the past week, hearing and reading charges iry is, "The science of civil gov-j. eminent.' If one docs not bring1 lis or her political principles nlo an clecled civil office, (hat jerson should nol seek the of- 'icc in the first place. The is- sue has also been isan flavor, >oth major and counter-charges, and sue and of many others. 'Ma- iorily rule' i.s a good slogan, iiit I am surprised lhat law- Vinceiil Fritz suffering from n Navarro Street from Warren bad cold Mr.s. Gene In Mockingbird MSUJI, luccu iiituiHgc't said the my own stand with m- le the area on 'P1 l !ose vno elected me lo this office ncy getting ready for an an- nual bazaar on Oct. 23 al the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Ray Nelson ar- riving home lale this week for a two week leave from (he Navy Henry Kalich taking lime oul to help a neighbor in need ollege Park mv 3 Warren Street lo "It >t- iLnlnr and the Colli ion from ler Street. Tele-Tenna announced that, because of the electric service suspension ils .service would be off during Ihe period in Ihe area west of Laurent and south nn Ihc of an egg for some cake batterjOf Creslwood. Airs. Arnold Brown of Services will be restored as Wood-TIi off In PMinburg (or a promptly as possible, Wilson wedding. isaid, "It is unfortunate lhat Ihc words 'polities' and 'majority rule1 were used in the way they were al Ihc School Hoard mect- Trxlay's Chuckle The easiest way In make .1 mountain oul of n molehill b to add A Ultle dirl. p.m. have a member of (he original but they are spiced with inti-illaydon recalls exchanges be York cast to taki: a leading male personal glimpses of the Iwcen her husband and famous WEATHER role in the second play of Ihe; season, "The Glass Menagerie Arranged by Director Charles McCally, Ihe appearance ofj Partly cloudy to cloudy bcen a few showers weeks and is now a fad hut political s-laml on both sides of Ibis is Monday with n given a par- Sunday and Sunday nighl. of members of [cr Monday. Southerly winds m.p.h. becoming .p.n. parlies yors, who arc supposed to be] ramiliar wilh our form of gov- ernment, do nol realize that our country was never intended ic ruled by a majority on ev- ery issue. "A majority of the people have agreed thai we are lo have a representative democracy. A majority of the voters hist April clecled me as a Trustee of Ihe Victoria Independent School Dis- day temperatures: Low 55, 8fi. South Central Texas: Cloudy triel. 1 expecl to be in agrcc- menl wilh a majority of the people a majority nf (be (imc, hut In do so on every! r rVm (See. HASSLli, I'agr. UA) friend since the two Sunday and Monday wilh a together at Dallas The- 1 ater Ccnlcr several seasons willing lo jump at Ihe Barometric pressure at sea level: 29.92. iily if sufficient exposure conld: Snndav i-ir, arranged for a personal proj-i hmiday s.afi, sunmc, )loj. Q( conccn on ditai'iiBs l'i raise money for a me.- veaihcr nureau. niorial centei1 for her lute hus- JUM1C To Appear Here figures in the theater and public (life, in Ihcir own private lives. She agreed to come to Vic- toria lo do for all practical purposes without sal- ary if sufficient bookings could be arranged to equal her nor- mal fee. McCally, acting as the booking agent, has made these arrangements and Tolah's Mo- le! and Restaurant has agreed to bring Miss llaydon lo the city as ils guest for five weeks to make her stage appearance here possible. The exact booking schedule for her concert readings has nol been announced, but Mc- Cally said she definitely will appear at all three local high schools and lhat one "club night" will be arranged during which members of various lo- cal organizations will have op- porlunity to hear her. She is, also, slill available for additional bookings in the area by groups or individuals (Scr, ACTllliSS, I'ige 3A>   

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