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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 9, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 18G TELEPHONE HI 5-H5I VICTORIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1964 14 Cents Nixon Stand Criticized By Romney 'Hi-oad Base' Seen Needed DETROIT (AP) Michigan I Gov. George Itomney, discuss- ing future unity in the Republi- can party, criticized Richard M, Nixon Sunday for the latter's post-election position on New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefoll-] et. "When you're trying to unify Romney said, "you don't begin to say things that will create greater feeling and division. You undertake to in- clude those who are in a posi- tion to make a contribution." lie made bis statements in an interview on radio station WJIl. Sweep of Stale llcpublican Komney, re-elect- ed Michigan last week by a large majority, despite Demo- crat President Johnson's sweep of the state, made the interview statement in answer to a ques- tion for his view on Nixon's charge against Rockefeller last Nixon said in New York that Rockefeller was a "divider" ot (he Hepnblican party because ol what he called the New York- er's failure to give full suppoil to GOP presidential nominee' Harry Goldwatcr. Me called Rockefeller the greatest divisive force in the GOP during thej campaign. Rockefeller subsequently rapped Nixon as a "poor loser." lie called Nixon's remarks "peevish." Nixon had supported GokKvalrr in the campaign. "If we're going to have a parly system." Romney addcdi r. i-i y If in his comment on Nixon's II statement, "then each party has to have a very broad base. Can He Rroadcncd "If you're going to have u political party that can com- mand the respect and support of 50 per cent or more of the peo- ple of (his country, then there must be room for considerable diversity within fundamentals." Romney also said he behoved the GOP can be both broadened Viet Nam Government Weathers First Crisis Segregation FULFILLS KLKCTION I'UHDGIJ Mrs. Pt'tia Sanchez, 09, of Cnmarillo. Calif, fulfills a pledge .she made lo herself for the election of President Johnson she is shown crawling on her knees the half mile from her home to her Catholic church. A vegetable field and packing house worker, Mrs. Sanchez speaks no English, and could not vote. She told her priest she made the pledge two months ayo. (AP Photo) NEW ORLEANS (AP) Roman Catholic Archbishop Joseph Francis Ruitimcl of New Orlean, who pioneered parochial school integration in Ihc South, died Sunday. He was IIB. The lit. Rev. Msgr. Charles J. Plauche announced that dealh came at p.m. (CST) after pneumonia and complications. It was the archbishop's second seige of pneumonia in recent years. It closed Ihe colorful and con- troversial career of a spuitual leader of more than three-quar- ters of a million Roman Catho- lics. As such, he became in- ivolveil in the integration issue in the South when lie con- demned segregation as "moral- 'ly wrong and sinful." Suffered Full In the midst of the controver- sy, on Oct. 9, lilGO, he fell while.; j taking a walk in Baton Rouge, [where he had gone foi church; dedication ceremonies. He- broke an arm and a leg. Pneumonia followed, am! he spent several months in hospi- lals in Baton Rouge and New] Orleans. lie was almost blind, and remained feeble. Early Saturday, before he was taken to the hospital here, ic was given last riles of the IDLE Production of cars are halted at this Ford assembly plant in Dallas, with aproximately I. workers idle in the Texas city as church, anointing of Uie sickITT' ..1 O ,-_ _ A -g _ 1 and the papa! blessing, OiU lAiMU V ft I? ft f by the Viaticum (communion J VT T Q _- lani Wf 1 I n h I L I. S IVj II ff I jma Dissidents Seeking Resignation Show ol Force Hlocks iYIareh I SAIGON. Viet Nam CAP) A Sdciuonstralion demanding Ihe resignation of South Viet Nam's civilian government col I lapsed Sunday in Ihe face of a show of force by the military and police. Dissident religious, political and student groups said, limv- ,cvcr, tlicj1 planned new demon- jstrations later in the week. The collapse of a plannsd march to the palace of Presi' rlont Phan Kliac Sim, (lie cere- monial chief of state, brought the four-day-old government of Premier Tran Van Yuong clcan- II 1 t LIIU .-1L1HXL. 1 II 11X.  i cannot he Unrailcti." iic said. iXCiiClCM Komney termed ''pure specu Intinn" a suggestion by Sen. v t'lltf kfltf'U Thruston Morion of Kentucky, JLjJV If former Republican national chairman, thai Uic Republicans I iHISOS I'll might fin in a leadership group v-Jtl 4 k outside the regular party organ- NEW CASTLE, Del. (Scr MXOX. Page II) Smvlie Sreta as many days for members of The excommunications Sheffield, Ala. the Victoria Horseman's Club, based on Uie churchman's con-I The spokesman added that Dr. C. T. Harkey, who bandied] tention (hat they had threalenedlFord also hoped to resume registration and many of the! and incited others to take re-jfants with two struck parts details of the shows, said. The prisal against the church's or-i plants at Sterling Township anil seventh annual Quarter Horse ders to desegregate parochial Ypsilanti, Mich. Show was held Saturday in Demonstrations -Jsamc arena. j lowed at the fol- irord spokesman said were contjnuing Sunday at _o_ _ S.S Changes WASHINGTON (AP) Gov Hobert 1C. Smylie of Idaho said Sunday lhe liepub" cal units in Ihc walk- alastics plant two by Greenwood Farms of San'nation of scgregatin as joc; (here lAnlonio, lhe winner in junior, "morally wrong and sinful" and' cham- appealed directly to Pope John] 'XXIII to halt any integration in1 Tl'e st- local tlas scl a by isun Corp. pin: miles south ot Two pairs of chemical was reserve to halt anv Orleans "churches and a.m. (EST) strike deadline Dominguez' car was proceed- unarmed troops rode down ing west toward the downtown highway past the Buddhist aiea at Ihe time. Baass Then police ap- that the auto ran over a curb.'pcared with clubs, ciossed a sidewalk, struck a. Bolstered Rcg.mn small trailer, then the Continent Dissidents claimed they had tal Inn sign and a natural Woman Catholics meter located beneath the sign.iBuddhisls, several political parlies, students and lion Ilao Baass said that after consult- c D religiolls seds. ing with two physicians U was Th f f fh demonslra- difticult to determine if dea apparently bolstered had occurred before the new regime. Many had struck the sign. Physicians, said, ruled out lhat the impactl efforts in Uie war against. iny of the acci-lcommunist Viet Cong. Ihe [body. i A close scrutiny oi me Viet Cong, dent scene failed to indicate! On the military front, mean- that the car's brakes 2-1 Vietnamese figbter- evcr applied, or steering cvcribombers witli Air Force corrected, even after the car 'jumped Uie curb, Baass said. Commander Brig. Gen. Nguyen Cao Ky flying among them RUDY nOMINOUHZ i Uominguez had resided in dropped 1JO tons of bombs Sat- m scnim. cul., mcnt against him. move back toward a' rni for smoke mhalatior, No INDEX Ihe-road philosophy lo win elec-.ircaico .or s.mmc wnuwuv.. lias IMfiJiml injuries were reported reinillg )Javvks These changes, lie Firemen from 13 volunteer. Domino Devil Dancer.'owned by should be brought about through companies in New Ca.stlc county Grcenwood Farms, was judged, mediation and conciliation in (ought Ihc (ire for nearly four jn u order lo avoid a bruising fight -hours before bringing it Al Sc'OllL 'cr l FueraMtome' Attorney General Waggoner ___I'-repreL..... Ford employes are idled by Ihe layer of smoke Sunday as 21 walkout which began Friday at forest fires across key plants in six states. "The 'stale -many nnd at the church from noon toTarr will" be principal speaker struck four assembly as se ion. and burning out of Burial wil, tne Bnmiaf mccTing of De- ,i (jplanls, two stamping plants and conuoi Evergreen Cemetery. 'Leon District Boy Scouts of order to avoid a bruising fight hours before bringing it imipfi in over Tico-rs plants. Hopes to ram talcd as clouds A prayer servjce bc heW America at .he "annual ban- with the existing party leader- -control. They poured .streams of John. f frlkc tn p.m. Monday at Ihe at 7_p.m. Monday at Cram ship. i water on a third pair of reactors. SOI1 Tico's Toad .-til _'- was judged the reserve cham- Two-Year War in Yemen Slopped by Cease-Fire SAN'A. Yemen cease-fire hailed Hawks Domino Double Dan- cer was also termed the lop roping horse, first winning the senior roping event. The junior division was won by Tok-A- llun, owned by Cedar Hill (AP) A who were credited with bringing fighting in about a cease-fire. Sallal called GIFT OFSTONK Johnsons Help In Church Rite [School Cafetorium. Surviving are his wife, Mrs.i The outstanding Eagle Scon, ous" in nine counties. Some of Tillie Morfin Domingi.cz; his Ihc he said, "have been mother and slep-father, 11 'See ATTACK, Page M, 's rlct 'hc some mile. smoke was hampering firofight- ing efforts. Rangers were un- able lo spot new fires flaring in the parched woodlands. ,.lhc llls his nlolllh' (crested in Scouting. Dr. John Stormonl, chairman, will preside. Hilliwhcn a stone from St. Barnabas church on the island of Cyprus Sallal said lhe cease-fire inlo effect 12 hours before the won (he stake race. deadline agreed upon in Fh'S' licnn-Hoynlisl talks in lasl iMmuiav. [Arabian border. Places mcn-i (See SHOW, 1'ngr Hnrnabus Protestant and he a member of the Chris- "We open our hearts lo all svcrc Ha'radh, Ibbs brothers and Sallal said "And God will forgive The informants said there was osslbility lluit anv member ladr's fnmilv would bo id- niter classes were as .Stallions of Windy's Episcopal church in this oldGer-tian church frequently ntlendi Clear lo partly cloudy and in man community. services at St. Harnabas when mild through Tuesday, with Mrs. Johnson outshone the" President. It was she who re-jeast of here. they are at their ranch 15 miles Ijll'l ceived the stone on a visit to The President look perhaps Cyprus it was a gift from a nn hour out before lunch to look central Texas- Clear to Greek Orthodox archbishop, nt Ihc new white frame house Monday imd Tucs- loulheaslcrly winds 5 lo 15 m.p.h. Expected Monday tem- peratures: Low 57, high 83. Salute to United Fund George Washington Carver Center (A Patlicipaling Agency) Chairman of the Board: Francis Williams Jr. Whal il Does: Good cilizens lending honest, useful lives practicing the American ideals of teamwork and play, are Ihe chief aims behind Carver Center's useful work m the community. A well-organized and carefully supervised program lias been established for both adults and children. TciHiitivc iillocation [rom UF next ycnr: Out' Gift Many   

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