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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 1, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 15 119th 178 TELEPHONE HI 3-1431 VICTORIA, TEXAS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 50 Pages HemisFair Chief To Raps A Gold water Area lounsm Conference i William N. Sinkin of San An-, lonio, HemisFair President, will describe plans for the interna- tional exposition and the impact il will have on the area dining an address here Tuesday at an IICCB wide tmirisl promotion meeting. The meeting, which will stait <'l 10 a.m. Continental Inn, is being sponsored by the tour- ist ami conventions committee of the Victoria Chamber of Commerce, according to Philip Gilbert, chairman. Sinkin also wil' address the Victoria Rotary Club. Others on the tourist program include Pledger C'ale, executive vice-president of the Soulh Tex- as Chamber of Commerce, who will talk on "Tourists Are !m- pinlanl lo and State Sen. Walter Hichler ami Slate licp. K. II. UDick) Cory, who will join Sinkin and Calc on a panel dur- ing a question and answer pe- rioil on how the area can im- prove the tourist trade. ciuism Victory On Tuesday ulviriv U S1MU'N promotion of an ever greater rapport between the peoples of lhc New World. II will occur in San Antonio, a city which has Ibecn a center of inter-Ameri- can trade and culture ever since its founding in 1718. NKVV VOKK  ess iium mm immuis. ui .j.mu- r-ni.in.iim- i to al of us." Gilbert held in the Southwestern ary. a Mil-million bond issue _ llc The San Antonio HemisFair is United Slates. The Fair of the the largest in the city's history nm going to have a great impact on Americas is dedicated to the by three-lo-one. 'Double Freedom' Freedom lo associate is a !v Astronaut Killed In Crash TUESDAY HALLOT Air HOl'STO.V. Tex. CAP) As- truimul Theodore C. Freeman, whci one day hoped to pilot a space ship to the moon, died Siilunlav in a plane crash on a soggy Texas plain. Firsi reports indicated a C' Victorians Have Broad Choice lly TO11 K. FITK ef Precinct oilers voters cim- Advncntc Staff Writer lest between Demucrat Inciim- Victorians will have perhaps bunt W K Oaraway and COP the widest choice of candidates Challenger M. V. Samlhofcr. n in hisimy for .1 general elcc- addition there arc niter-party choice, not an an early GOP campaign slogan. Instead, the President'said, his rival had freedom or it is nothing restorted to "mudslinging." Silent Vole Myth "1 can tell vou why they arei at he said. Goldwatcr flew here on Ihoi next to last full day of cam-, paigninG from rallies in bisi doing Johnson sa.i. "They! >S found out thai the San Antonio in President, people would B Jollnson.s home reject their ideas and their pro-' f grams. Thev found out thai the. c preal silent" vote was a mylh.l A> Phoenix, he termed as' Thev discovered that the iev'olu- "strange, distorted minds tion" of the extremists was a that would unilaterally, living ember disarm the country, saying that, ran smack into (he to keep the peace, the U.S. had' good sense of the militarily. people. Key Areas for GOP "They discovered that as far U0th Texas and the Soulh are the American people are crucial keys to the victory Gold- rOUTAHUC lUG The oil industry, which pours millions of dollars a year into the Victoria County economy, showed off its hardware in :i special Oil Progress Week display downtown for the bene- fit of Saturday shoppers. The boom or a portable vifj above towers over Bfidjjc Street above, in front of the courthouse. (Advocate Photo) U.S. Arrests 14 Of Sit-in Group jSix Planes [Destroyed ,0n Ground 20 Soldiers Are Wounded SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) A Viol Cong mortar (barrage crashed into Soulh Viet :Nam's second largest airport early Sunday morning, killing jfonr' U.S. servicemen, wounding i about 20 other Americans, and 'destroying or damaging 1" jplanes. Six of the planes destroyed .were U.S. Air Force B57 jet ibombers that have been in this (country since Ihe Gulf of Tonkin crisis in August. iMiilair Collision There also were unconfirmed repoils of a miilair collision of two U.S. Air Force transport planes at Ricn Hoa during the 'bombardment. j The Viet Cong fired about 100 'shells into the airport. i According to preliminary j reports, the Communists began .pouring filtnm mortar lire into Iliien lloa Airport 15 miles northeast of Saigon 26 minutes past midnight local lime a.m. EST, Saturday. i The fire was deadly accurate 'and concentrated on the hanger and billet area of the big mod- !ern field, liieti Hoa is South Viet Nam's most important military field and has been enlarged to handle the largest bombers made. I'Jighl Crafl Damaged Besides the six H57s de- stroyed, eight other B57s were Witnesses said Freeman   i 5' Hetiinml ment! .1 1. U 1 I t> AlllO! U.S. miblary offtcmk m Sai- of the voting simple matter are votniH a This ls lho .iroa for any par- aisirict: All of they simply m -lmi -ss out all of the catididates nf votim, (li 7. 12i consisted mainly of iwo parts of Uie remaining parties (1 the Uisclagc and wing, and on lhc printrd ballot. ing has" been fiirnishcd COCkplt. I ;.'or The crash was al ticket." voting requires of his precinct lies in Ihe drain- minutes after Freeman had a scried, "whether government or their passive said artillery and planes private citizen, should violate jnsjc 4-1 n; from I5icn lloa struck back in _______ r'Bt'ts of in order to a( ni.ws: Hoiile 3, Box 22, suffered a'frac-'11'.0 approximate direction of the IW-IV'B Chuckle he8 oppose 1 'he ,90, of her left'knee and a Cong mortars, but there today 8 Chuckle he oppos wil! lhclr sihu. of hcr w Lst k- President Johnson. plus multiple cuts nml onuses The sit-in outside the fmhJ.Siiturday night when she was planned bv of Wcl- struck bv a car at the Goldman n> Hill intersection of Highway 50 L" e mtJi ioiith Viet i and 77 -Nam s national day. Nov. 1 was 0 being celebrated' through out South Viet Nam as Ihe first nry of the overthrow of Ngo IMnh Diem by a military Some gins play golf i-ry Sunday. posed an issue which he Icrme (Sec BAHKV. 1'aftc IOA) DuPonl Plant Employes Set Record in UF Drive of (fare Anthony J. v [tiegnn Thursday by a group '.cancer victims and 'attack c.early the Viet Mrs. Turner, who was admit- j ers. About a dov.cn spent to Citizens Memorial Hos-'annivei'sai day and Friday nighls in the was crossing Highway building. near the eastern point o" Saturday morning, federal! "wye" when she was struck DJ-J unlicr. confronted the IS per- the right a car bemg (Set- UA1D, Pagc'lOA) great deal more care. These age district. I'ounly Civrk Val i taken off on a routine prolicien-lvoters must be careful lo n. lluvar said, ami vnlers who F.mplnyes at the Victoria Du off ils part of lhc campaign at.M'J' the vieil -Martinez Gar- cy training night. or mark through lhc arc uncertain should check with Pont plant set a new record a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 11, cia, 21, of Alice, according to" A Manned Spacecraft Center names of all candidates for the judge to learn whether they the Victoria C nunly t'niled f-niid at the Lonlinental Inn, but of! Highway Patrolman Stuart Dow- spokesman said there was no whom they do not wish to vote, are elii-ilile to vine in lhc dr.mi-drive this year by pledging Du Pont employes usually ell duel their campaign early. The woman was knocked, A I v Ihe ucoid of  e 11 UK division of thi1 Fund will actually kick okesman said there was no whom they do not wish to vole, are eligible to vu'e in lhc drain- driv communication between Free-.nnder all parly headings. Wher- age dKUut man and the control tower to ever (wo names are iefl for a In the (omim nu l i IK iuilicale trouble in the aircraft, single office, then the vote for p iKt t 11 1 I Freeman's was office will be voided (Sec K IOIJIAVS, I almnl m> yards aliead nf the voters should be sure to wreckage. It was not known if lraj. sjBn lo Speak (See ASTItONAUT, I'agc IOA) llnlierl offering cbeertul remarks about late at- Irinoon activities .Mrs. .l.iiie Williams back from a busi- ness (rip lo Dallas liny Kin- hnrly under lhc wealher, and disappiiinled in a fisbing trip to Poll Tnolir llan- selka lo celebrate a birlhday Monday llohhy 't'aylor won- dering if he could stand anolh- er exciting ball game like Fri- day evening's Stingaree event also. The "stub" is Die small square in the upper right- hand corner of the ballot which is outlined wilh a dolled line. This stub should be signed on the. back, and placed in the eon- laincr designated by the elec- tion judge for this purpose. officials said after the liNii) election Dial the pri- mary cause of invalidation of ballots was thai voters seemed (Srr PITFALLS. Pago IDA) Aiulrew (Joninlos home on leave after compiling Ain I'Virce basic (raining and will attend Syracuse University ninnlhs for foreign with a few showers and WKATI IKK able c I o ud i ness .rough Monday with a few lighl showers. Winds south (o wiiUheaslcrly m.p.h. Suu- and Ccn ral C-n hiwlay nine guagc training Ann of Ihundersluwers. High never loo busy at work lo offer 'Sunday 7ii-Hrt. a friendly greeting Mrs.i lemiwniluros Saturday: High .Marlin llubcr adinilting Ibal she low and her family are all ready i (lml l-nvaca 1'orl, hunting but sorry Ihey l-ows at list. nol uei to hunt the first 'week- "-w Sunday. eml of Ihi'ii deer season "if-'I'S at p.m. .Sunday mil K. II. Smilli ,lr. ghid lo report Monday. llial tliiniw me fine at his homel Bnromelrie prcssmv al sea these days Allun Vogl gel-'level: ling n compliment for lii.s plcns-l Sunset Kunday S: 13 p.m.; ing U'lephnne manners Mrs.] rise Monday a.m. Maxim- fnrlain doing her parli Weather (or lo offer cheerful inspiration lo'dale: Low nil in ciisliinn.'rs Mrs. K. C. linn- in dick of niooininulon marking a biilhday hulurduy, Vicmru unicc, carrying a lane while walking to the cralic Kally to be held Sunday the penally of a StUO fine northern side of the two high- from :i lo 5 p.m. ,it the Telfcrner "They feel they are going lo die Weed Reporl i Due Tor Conneil fily Couneil will hear a rc- cnts visited agene- Monday from Cily Man- could speak with ager John U'e on the problem i Ihe work being of weeds and brush on large sun- l''l'N'l) Cluirlcs Soitt llanlcy. c'hnii iiu-iu nf (In- .'ulviince gift" division tlu' Vii'lniia Onmty llnilixl l-'iinil, a check I'nini i.re Allhrir.lit. cluiiniian cil this year's drive at tin- Du I'oul plant. '1'lie company rnisi'd its .'Kl- siifts aniciiint tins year, us did it's on thi'ir drive. The employes J'.KVC ,is I'omitareii vvilh a piL'Nions plant nvnul o[ set lust yc-ir, (Advoi'aU1 1'linto) pledging'Du Pont employes usually con duel their campaign early. "f 'II The average conlrilnilion arrested. i about eight feet afler being mployc was llus is wel mm w brushed by the vehicle as stale Hop. Dick Cory will be above the previous were arrested on was near Ihe edge of the south- featured speaker al a Demo- pledged per employe of which was scl during tU pc 1111111 land six months in jail. They'ways. School. I.ee Alllirighl, chairman taken lo .Municipal Coui'l The officer .said Garcia was A special invitation has been this year's Dn I'ont drive. arriving there were told traveling south extended to residents of the Tel- poitul thai over the past us .John K. The injured woman resides fcrncr liloomin.slon Placeilo u.us. local employees the charges are adjacent to Ihe Uefugio High- areas to attend the rally, which Icnged by local needs have do- dropped. !way overpass. She was taken will be hosted by County Com- tiated about to charity: he added this warning: I to the hospital by an Artero am-missioner and Mrs. Frank Bar- ami welfare agencies through .-if Monday morning you go biilunce following the p.m. neil and Mr. and Mrs. Morris (he Uniled Fund program. 'back, all of you, no matter how accident. Dowell was assisted in Stephens. Praise was given hy you will go In jail." !the investigation by Patrolman Coffee and cookies will be In the 2-1 rominilter Ma'rgarel Fubro. a Welch. .served. (Hi solicitors, and four (cam rap-'fnr the primp, told reporters ilains through whose efforts the 'collection was made. To help explain Ihe Victoria iCounly tlniled Fund and its IS agencies to Ihe employes, the your dollar" program 'was used again this year, Twen- ly-tuo employes representing all departments visited ies so they laulhorilv on Ibe work done. Each was given a snap- tracts of undeveloped land with (Shot laken of them during Ihe "1C ellv wisit. These pictures were used] Also on the. abbreviated ag- ito illustrate talks and at sions bv those who visited Ilicioity hall will be pass.ige on an iCmergency basis of n proposed "j1 The entire plant participa- ,r' tion through contributions was Jsw.5 iwrcenl nf the working force realize that (his 'Victoria, ami pubhc hearing n crucial perod for Ibn Unii-ironcerniiii; assessmenls for a Fund in Victoria and accept- :stno pn'gram. Ml endor ordinance, sec reading of an ordinance an- .ing a large area in north ed the to do their share lo assure continued ac- livily Die various agencies1 week al lhc advance gifls'l jkickoff luncheon, il was an-'] nounced Ihat I'ont had also exceeded ils cimtribulica in division. i '''u IM Salute l.o United Fund Men's Christian Assn. (A Participating Agency) Chairman of the Board: KAYMOM) C. Hlt.l, Kxei'iitiVT Directov: C.ll.l. What il Does, Purpose of the YMCA is to provide body building and physical fitness programs. It provides summer recreation, swimming lessons, teenage activities, aitnlt square dancing and women's exercise classes and maintains a Health Club (or men. Tentative allocation from UF noxi vcar. Our (Ujl Mtmy ll'innlfrs   

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