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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 30, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119lh 176 Charges Filed in Port Crash Services Sel For Vicliins TOUT LAVACA-Frank Ray a 311-year-old Hay City coil slruction company employe was charged w i I b miirdei without malice Thursday fol lowing investigation of a two- car head-on collision Wednes- day thai killed Mr. ami Airs Frank Rokyta of the Six Mile Community. Hay, who was reported in fair condi I inn Thiir.sdas night al Champ Traylor Mt morial Hospital ivilh a broken leg and facial and chest in- juries, wa.s charged in a com- plaint signed by Highway Pa Irolman Kicluird Krause. Jus lice of the Peace Frank Kcllj set Ri'y's bond at Krause said the head-on crash flceiirred in the southbound lane on Farm Hoad 1091) two miles tioi-di of here as the Hokylasi were traveling south and Stay was headed norlh. Joint .Services Joint funeral rites for the Kokytas will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at Richardson Funeral Home with the Rev. George Tcmplcton, pastor of vSix Mile Presbyterian Church, of which they were members, and the Rev. Leonard Swinney, pastor of Ibe Firsl Presbyterian Church of Port Lavaca, officiat- ing. Burial will be in Six Mile Cemetery. j Members of VFW Post TELEPHONE HI 3-H81 VICTORIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 30, 1964 Established 1IH6 24 Cents Barry Blasts Morality; LBJ Cites Prosperity Record Due Bomb Threat! Candidates Lash Out FUND OIFTS Scott Hanley. center, chairman of the advance gifts division of the Vic- toria County United Fund which hold a kickoJT dinner Thursday noon, accepts checks from Holancl Timber- lake, left, United Fund president, and Ken Nathan, campaign chairman, for their respective firms. Another check presented at the first meeting of Die division was from Du Pont. The division's first report is Tuesday at Kay Wilson's Reslau- raunt. (Advocate Photo) First UF Group .Communists L _ Kicks Off Drive Accuse U.S. i I I JLJI t Iii Texas Balloting AI we nice Vole Surpassing US- "i m: AssociA'i r.n The Texas Election Bureau predicts a record per cent of: Texas' eligible voters will go to! I the polls Tuesday. Robert L. Johnson, head of! Uhe cooperative agency which] gathers unofficial returns for) Texas newspapers, radio and TV istations, forecast an all-time i jhigh turnout of 2.5 million ae-i tual more 'lhan the previous high of the ISIliO general election. Johnson said absentee voting in many counties is running ahead of Ihe totals al this time in liiiiO. Absentee voting ends roves tloay Workers in (lie advance yifls division of the Vic- toria County United Fund were told al a kickoff luncheon Thursday noon at the Vicluna House their Of War NV.W YOKK An anonymous lolcpbonc caller rejHirlnl Thursday niglil that ii lininh had hrrn planted in Mrs, John Kennt'dy's new apartment mi Kiftli Avenue. However, the throat turned nut lie a hoax. A secret Service agent saiil Mrs. Kcnneily anil her two children. ,lnlm. anil ('aniline, li, were not cvac- ii ill i-il from I In- imml (lining 11 nuissivr search. I'nlicc originally reported slic was toro'il In leave. Two separate telephone calls by Hie same man said a Ijnml) ivniihl go in ISIh-floor al 851H slreet. "The reason I'm calling is I waul 111p children nut of Hie the mysterious caller saitl. Meanwhile, candidates sup- irling Die national Democratic id Republican the) ;xas senatorial TOKYO (AP) campaign slugging will serve as pallbearers." campaign goal will be Bolh Rokyta, a retired farm-! Division Chairman Charles vScott Hanley said tlicilhc'Gulf of ljilsl efforts will er, and his wife were ropresenl.s about 49 per cent of the campaign's'warp-lnnes and nav-al craft b-v Lavaca County but o[ lhis-1---------..........-------------------........-----'the United Stales ''and ilsianccs presidential can- T rs "lat has ljilsl vole pros- be Iii Busy Final Week i WASHINGTON (API Sen. prove to all in this land" lb.it Barry Goldwalcr continued "there is not going to be another [Thursday to hammer on the crack in the Liberty Boll." j theme of morality in govern- It was another on-thc-go day t mcnl and, "What "kind of coun- for both presidential candidates !lry arc we going to live as Goldwater swept through The Republican presidential succession of Pennsylvania nominee accused President cities and Johnson campaigned I Johnson of cheap and degrading in Salt Lake City, I'Uih, j campaign tricks and said nisi la, Kan., and Philadelphia. I Democratic opponent has found: Last Week j a bold new issue: "Gel up early The vice-presidential candi- land vole." The Johnson admin- dales kept on the move, too, in ;istralion was pictured as having this last week of bidding for a "shabby code of conduct" al voles. level's. Johnson's mate. Sen. I Johnson portrayed bis own Hubert II. Humphrey, began in election as Die key lo peace, Kansas a drive through territo- progress, prosperity and, ry that went Republican in KlliO. "above all responsibility. He pegged his oratory to (he As lie has so oflen, the Presi-'idea that Goldwater is "neither tlenl spoke of a mandate aad; Republican nor conservative, said Tuesday's election "will He is a radical and hc is a Gold- j And in New York before going 'west. Humphrey told a Manhat- itan garment district crowd the election is "between a no-no man and Die go-go man, Presi- dent Johnson." The Ketmedy- Jolmson record Humphrey said in Kansas, "is a record of peace 'through preparedness and pow- Attorney Ponders Me Lain Decision of longtime residents of the Six'-voal' for ils 18 participating Mile Community. Rokyla wa'sjagencics. a veteran of World War I and Hanley, Campaign Chairman a member of VFW Post 3-H03. Ken Nalhan and UF President1 Survivors Listed Roland Timhcrlake urged the are Ihrce to approach the cam- Kinil Rokyta of Port with optimism and to and Frank Joe and Leo Rokyta! raise the funds necessary to of Victoria and a this year's drive a'suc- Mrs. Elsie Lunge of Telferuer cess. A film, "A Couple ol Minutes .strip, produced by (agents" attacked parts of f lOl southernmost province of Qua'nBi 'Binh on Wcdnesdav. ive-iti The implication was thai Ihe ''is fiml victor0 in a San i .school stadium. Confirmation was Defense Ally. Art Latham was undecided lay night as lo whether he will make a renewed ef-i Stiller Grounded to have the life-term murder conviction of Mrsj Fog grounded the GOP vice- in Te.xas just before bnl- Vay Violet A'lcLain reversed by the Texas Court of presidential nominee, Hep. Ci'iniinal Appeals. i limn li. Miller, for hours, Liiphiim said hc read the two-page opinion of llc a telephone speech Thursday hut ,il rally al Coucr d'Alenc, ance with a speed) Saturday af-lBivcn u enough thought lo aski r, ]lilho' "I know now how anolher rehearing for Ihe Democrats in Washington luting Ooldwalcr Anlomo and IS grandchildren. (See Page 3 Sir eels To Open b Next "Week Doud and Robert C. one the United Fund is show- )T .m (1_ Herbert Embassy ot inciUng Martin, is, (iyoveniment riots that have facts to raged here for days. iiipport the Not-tilling precinct is in Johnson City, esc accusations. Whether Ihe President will Radio Hanoi broadcast the'make an expected pre-election ing employe groups. It depicts; A communique said tin inin-'charScs. a Foreignicampaign address from the spirit and behind sorneiers "perfectly armed with new flhnls.'l'y spokesman of Ho Chilington or Austin has not been Ren of the parlicipaling agencies weapons'maile Minjl United Fund aids. ja" took part in an a Nathan complimented the, mining center of Oruro film's producers for doing "a in the day. inasterful and profcssiool job." President Victor Paa Jordan Street to Timberlake urged the ad- s.cnl trool's tllc county jail cell Friday. He described opinion as being but said vide answers feel. They are living in fog and haven't been able (o gel off Hie ground for four years." Miller went on lo Tacoma, Wash., Salem, Ore., and Santa Barbara, Calif., continuing bis steady fire of criticism of jolin- lex. (AP) Sec- son and Humphrey. the "We will win this election" broad U.S. leaders nrc m his shedding any tears over the speech, Tears Nikita telephone t said it didn't pro- "hceaiise the American s to legal questions 'People are sick ami tired of the lle -siml "Ie failures and retreats which have ficn Wilson Street north of cc workers to "be pre- down Ihe uprising. lied Kiver Street pared" when they'call on pros- I'government r -tin (n c'.iclc from Ben Jordan (o Ben Wilson pcclive donors and to "have a will be open to traffic with ajgood altitude." smoolli surface and no barri-! 0 cades at least bv rarlv Joc Small, campaign week, Koyce McDonald of Lock- tor, outlined procedures for (he confirmation casts said possibly SO persons coming from the direction tlckl-H jt wju possible were killed in a clash on a bombed and rocketed fbciHouslon Saturday night. way near Oruro, 143 miles south'Cha Lo frontier posl in Quangf At "lc local campaign level, Twice, in June ami Wcdncs- wooii Andrews and part in tllc said Thursday. I.Mrs. Joe Ann SpeeK, office man-1 Two civilians were .....j posl in Quang1 locat campaign dircc- Of capital. There was Province at a place 1.2itllerc was more of alleged) from (lie govern- miles from (he Viet irregularities. border, reported "At II p.m. of the same day, Tarrant Chairman County John S. Laying of the first strip of siir-'ager' is tlle secretary, killed and 17 wounded in'disor- three naval craft of rhe'Tjnit'ediGOP workers have found score? face paving was completed on About'15 United Fund workers.ricrs in La Paz after demonstra- Slates and its agents" illcBa' poll receipts and Ben Wilson Thursday afternoon, aUcnticd llle kickoff and McDonald said "he is hope- meeting, tors favoring and opposing the from South Viet Nam, intruded '''Inincl'lillie and Nathan; government collided in street, inln the territorial waters of the ful thai the same can be ac.: presented Ifanley checks from1 fighting. jdomocratic Republic of Viet complished on Ben Jordan rcsPcclivc firms. Also, Lee The communique said shcllctl the coastal areas voter registration ccrtificales, Red River Friday and Saturday, will) both possibly being com- pleted Friday. By Monday evening, anywav all three streets should be back in full service for the first lime in more than a year. McDonald explained that pav- ing crews will have lo come; back later to lay the final hot- mix surface on all three streets but explained that "Die traffic will be good lor" the first layer1 since it has the same effect' asi other methods of packing and! curing the sub-surface. COMMUNISTS. WO Allbriglit, chairman of DuPont's; vernment demonstrators in La (S drive, presented a check for his; Pay, also were armed with! company of an amount larger'Chechoslovakian weapons. than last year. For a while student, rebels; I OlYiiTtl The Rev. E. A. Hermes gave held 12 persons, including (See GHOUP, Page 111) hostage behind campus barricades, but tb students surrendered troops were sent into communique said. Government buildings- the1 questioning on library and the newspaper La Nncion were attacker! during (Sec BOLIVIA, Page in) plus "hundreds of felons on voter rolls. Earlier Keilis Dibrell, San An- Jul'y imos tscnsali Vlctnna 7 hy tlls cl tonio, I0) ballot who is security 'GOP officer s t a tc CSl there arc hundreds, maybe thou- sands of illegal voting registra- tions and poll lax payments in Ihe Austin in Cuba. We dnti't believe, conceded is behind anyone reforms between lid'- now bin dprl-invl in apham to make a request for nmi yn i IL..-..I. l "llnk Louis, III.. "The increase in the k do number of undecided voters court has upheld Ibe (tie downtown Rotary Club .effort in Ihe next five days a district where he said this country has Former COP President one oflhello "hope fol- best and ho Dwight D. Kisenhower reco'- murder (rials prepared for whatever comes creel from his respiratory infec- 01- as President Johnson put it (ion sufficiently to leave Walter let our guard be up, but lot I Hew! General Hospital in Wash- otir linntl bt! otil." Unglon, D.C., and return to his After brief opening remarks. Gettysburg. Pa. home But he Rusk spent an hour answering said he slill is not well enough questions from the floor. to campaign for the Republican Speaking of (lie Rerlin wall, ticket. evas. However. American said in Ahsenlee Voting Passes Record Absentee voting in Victoria County passed Die record nskcd: "Where do you go Johnson, in Philadelphia, said total set in Today's Chuckle It's gelling hanler and harder to reconcile our not income, will) our gross hah- ils. ;i-ed alter persons were cloar-'slory that three of o action the0 'hursday as suspects in (he, irregularities in Al Rlanche Warburton healing case brell were nothing a Thursday lial election the alleged full day of balloting Austin by Di- Deadline to cast absentee bal- ng but clerical lots al the office of County Clerk a poly- errors of one digit in writingiVal D. lluvar will be 5 p.m. graph machine at the Depart- down street addresses. 'Friday. incut of Public Safety hcadquar- Hunter McLean, slate director! The total of all ballots casi tors in Austin, Sheriff M. W.lof the Johnson-Humphrey mail and in person rose I Ihe IfW) presiden-ilf -vn" !inock it flown? The Com- thai when the campaign began Thursday, with It) feel "there were those who expected alloling remaining. antl nnolhcr one." who the He said (be alternate ap-, people of America could he proach of "melting the wall lo vote their divisions knocking holes in it" now seems! and fill the ballot boxes with (o be paying off. their dissatisfactions. He said the Communists are NOKKLHONOR Physics Prize Shared American, Soviets l-'rank Schcrlcn recuperating from a light heart attack in Cor- pus Christi Parkview Hospital STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) the year, the academy named and doing nicely Sue 'rlie Nohel Prize Dorothy Crow'foot-Hod- due home Saturday for a Physics was awarded joinlly'gkin, a British biochemist, for visit with her parents, Mr. ami Thursday to an American and Die chemistry prize. Mrs. J. H. Cox, and a brief Russians for basic conlrihu- Mrs. Crowfoot-IIodgkin, 54, was cation from her leaching as- tions lo discovery of the maser- cited for X-ray studies that .sigmnenl.s in Austin !aser effcct, a fabulous the structures of la Ashley off lo Corpus Christi of ''Bnl beams to important biochemical corn- on IIKAR Foundation business serve mankind. pounds, including and Mrs. Elhrl Illnkemorc busy Tllc Swedish Acadamy cillin. with details for Our Lady of H'al half of ncvfs of (fie Marshall said Thursday night. The eliminalion of the two as suspects it) Die Oct. 3 attack on the Bloomington brought to about a dozen the number of persons cleared. Marshall, who is being assist- ed by Texas Rangers in at- tempting lo track down the per- son who inflicted llic brutal beating, said he had two or Ibrec more persons in mind lo question, MOSCOW "We're going to keep (lie sheriff vowed. "Like the patriots of Inde- (Sce CAXUmATKS, Page 10) the campaign allowing increasing traffic nears ils know and you Ibrough the wall ami family know this is not the case visits on special passes "drama- lically demonstrate thai Ihe Masl is a prison." 1 He said (he United Slates believes the 1-1 million South i Vietnamese can repel commu- nism themselves with some American help. "We oiiKhl to test thai propo- sition fully before we look at other he said, "withdrawal is nol an alternn- (AP) Nikilajhcrs of Die parly We cannot withdraw unlil was oiislcd fromjThc voted to fire! (.sPf, KUSK, Page 10) (Sec Page 10) Thursday afternoon. rt r> U (7UO.I 29 Charges Listed Again s t Kh r ush eh e v Su cn. Is Paid Ad WUAT.HKK clear lo partly cloudy and tlirmiEh Salurdav with fOE Variable physics award winds mostly easterly at 5 to money go lo reached Towncs in Pasadena, if, mpb 'Expected Friday Lourdes Turkey supper, Sunday lhe prize beginning al r, p.m. at the 'iP'r" wjlore he Wl'ls a low (W. church Koeian proving of the Massachusct s Insli- of an commit-, South Central anil Southeast (o be m an extremely goodlllte of flic rest tec of the National AeronaulicsiTexas- Clear to partly cloudy mood as hc kidded passers-by to Prof Nikolay Basov, Space Administration on Friday ami Saturday with early m the early morning hours A eksandcr Procho- space night. !morninR fog along the coast, (.enrgc Murphy spending the "I'm very excited and Friday 7I1-H8 time window shopping while 'Academy s Lcbcdev Institute in he said. Temper a lures awaiting a friend who was get- Mnscow. Townes and the Russians, who High low liO linn a hair cut Garland- "xsmlc uses of the beams in pursued their work independent- Lavaca Porl accomplishinfi several Ppystcs, communications, medi- iv .received the joint prize "for O'Connor I nvs al B-03 will, one nncl surgery appear almost basic ,-csearch in Ihi _ I power on the basis of charges! Khrushchev from his jobs :lhat included failure in the Cu- party first secretary and Soviet ban crisis nnd personally of--premier. fending Red China's Mao Tzc- A document containing lhe' lung. Communisl sources said charges is now being circulated; Friday. iin Soviet Communist parly units Behavior that lowered llic! as a basis for discussion of the dignity of a Communisl abrupt change in leadership, and speaking and making Communist sources said sion.s wilhoul thinking, nepolisrn they had seen Die document anil and foslcring a "cult of person-! gave a summary of its key alily" were among other! points. charges, the sources said. The magazine Kommunist, Khrushchev was blamed moreioryan of the Central C'ommitee for putting missiles into Cuba in-of lhe Soviet Communist ..'the first place than for Thursday thai the had lo withdraw them umlcrlousler of Khrushchev "ox- pressure from Ihe late Pre.si-j pressed Die will of the entire denl John P. Kennedy in Oclo-iparty, of the entire people." Tlie Harry GoJihvalcr sup- plement to Inilay's Advocate is a political supplement fur by The Victoria Ciiiinly (icpiihlican Coiiinttt- lee. Dean Truman. Cluiir- man. items of business bcr the sources said. unlimited. The laser also the quaulum a.m. ami 7p.m. Friday and rinnk an file nanK-anci-inc Some oilier major charges Leslie llauschild having a .uic laser also is electronics field which had led (cm a.m. Saturday and cheerful greeting lo go with the valuo.1" lhe conslruction of oscillators at a.m. Friday and i beautiful weather Mrs. Jes- se Auger.slein noting that keep- ing up wilh leen-age children is a full lime job Mrs. Fildic and Mrs. Victor Rod- riguez both celebrating a birth- day yesterday the liev. Mrs. J. M. Scliedln- planning lo celebrate a wedding sary Saturday. a.military Winding up Nobel awards for (and amplifiers according lo lhe al a.m. maser-laser principle." INDEX Saturday, pressure al Sunrise this thai Khrushchev disrupted were told his (hc Soviet economy, ignored whole behavior in Ibis crisis heavy industry while concen- .was considered unwise. Iraling loo much on light Indus- 1 This same criticism already try and consumer goods, and hail been made by created conflicts of compe- tence and dislrust within the party organization, ........I! Irk ......It Unm ........II liaromclric Maser is a contraction of level: .TO.12. "Microwave Amplification byj Sunset Friday. _____Stimulated Emission of Saturday. .'Wealher extremes for this The charges were made al a Some new charges not pre- Mimulalcil dale: in 1917; meeting Ocl. M of the Soviet'viously menlioiicd in unofficial I r H" m !Communist party's circulating here earlier h-v Mfkhail Kuslovlwcre errors in the Suez crisis of lace iKitb, Page ID) ivieioru OUIM, land Umilry Polyansky, (Sec CHAItOtS, Page in) which charged him wilh unwise adventurist policies over Cuba. The charges were made al a meeting Ocl. Salute to United Fund Virloriii Coiinl l-ll Clubs (A i'arlicipatinfj Agency) Adult Leader's Chairman: W. W. McKAItLANI) County KxtiMiskm Agents: Ii. MILS. 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