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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 14, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                Victoria......9 Carroll.......0 Tidehaveu Blooimiigloii I'alaeios.....42 McAllcn Yoaknm 6 1.4 Tascosa i Border 23 Ilearl 6 Vorcsl 0 Garland 51. 20 MacArlluir 15 Columbus HaHcllsvillc HichCicld Corsicana 6 0 29 Cily York town Galena 0 12 Calhoun 21 0 41 6 THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119Ui 190 Guns Roar On Israeli, Syria Line liolh Sides Accuse Other TELEPHONE HI S-MM VICTORIA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 19G4 Established IRIS 12 Cents INDUSTRIAL Father of Seven i __ Friend, Foe Take Shots Dies Near Cuero At Viet Nam Decision Delayed j CUERO A 52-year-old fa- "Hc could have jumped mil of; the way, hul 1 guess he was] Floods Alone Are Disaster TEL AVIV, Israel Israeli jets pounded Syrian dor posts wilh napalm and ther of seven children was kill-! looking the other _ cd instantly in an industrialisaid Palmer, who was iminjur-j SAIGON, South Viet Nam at Giiadahipc Valley' cd in the mishap, Communist guerrilla Co. near here Fridayi The nccidcnl occurred aboiil advanced south through flood- Frid-iv in the 'worst clash Oniaftcmoo'v l'-m- 'ravaged provinces north of Sai- c Svran si -icli bolder in lle wils Kmilio Saenz Sr., of! Funeral services arc pending, gon while in the capital J ilC8 Evers St., who had been at Freund Funeral Home in; Trim Van Huong sloodj hactt side accused the othcrlempioycd by the firm since lasL Cuero. joff two challenges to his new ni ihe triiile February. In addition to Ins wife, Rosa, regjmc. 4n Is rWi Armv spokesm said two 'Israelis were wounde On Book Bannin an c- c- IBud) Palmer, owner ofjSaenz is survived by three n seemed symptomatic of the firm located a Eddie and_ Robert frustrations .dogging South Viet two bolder sottlcmentVnd a half out of Cucro on all of Cuero; four daugh- and were an gi Syrians began the fight by heavily damaged by Antonio highway limners'. He claimed theia fronl-cnd loader which said Pal- ters, Mrs. Gnme Garcia of Cuoro, Mrs. Elmer Cantu of af.jmcr was operating on a loadingjPlainview, Miss Sandy Saenz and crushed land Miss Itamona Saenz of tacking an Israeli Army patrol.ramp toppled over and crushed land Miss on Israeli lerritorv. llc wa? Denounced an In Damascus, a Syrian Army.al "'e scene by a Cucro physHof Lames; coinmunique said seven Syrians died and 2li were wounded in 100 minutes of air and land fighting about miles mirth of the Sea of Galilee, lie said the Israelis suffered heavy casualties. Syria lodged an urgent com- plaint wilh thc U.N. Security Council in New York and Uie U.N. Iruce observation team in -Li iing elite airborne units, poured Jerusalem. iinto Saigon. A company of air-' The Syrian communique said NEW YORK (AP) Formenas U.S. military chief in Uie Far borne soldiers look up positions Israeli artillery shelled wo'presideiil Har ry S .Truman Fri -jEasl. unarmed Arab villages in the, pj ht dcscribcd tnc laic demilitarized frontier zone nnimias MacArthur as Truman Attacks MacArthur Nam that at a time of national disaster, Buddhist students demonstrated demanding an end to Huong's young regime. And Ihe High National Council nd Ihrce brothers, Joe i that appointed him put him to ;a and Ben and Fa.us-1 hostile questioning, tino Saenz of Cucro. Helpless lo stop the southward infiltration of the Viet Cong be- cause of wrecked communiea- lions, Huong's government put [on a military show of strength dial cowed student lopplers of i Vietnamese governments. Airborne Units Truckloads of troops, includ- Uicn Palace, where Ihe govern- some 50 television slajment was in session.. whole counlry would col- should Irave been conducled. held SUDDENLY, 1 HAD SHAUP VA1NS Wooster, a bird clog owned by Harry Williamson of Araarillo, might have made this explanation to Ibe veterinarian afler he tangled with a porcupine and learned that porcupine hunting is a sticky affair. (AP Photo) _____________ Israel's decision to begin tap- pir.H the Jordan Kiver audj I t I II Aral) threats to oppose it -L A JL 1 CiJtll K Jill M i r j 11 the eommander-in-chief. And IjUie council, .had lo make up mv mind what 1 i, would do will) an 'insubordinate "allci1 'general." i Troops and fire trucks ringing oppo: tin-re have been a number oi clashes in recent months along thc 50-milc-long Syrian-Israeli [nmticr. i But Friday's battle was by far thc most serious and Ihc first! involving a fullsc.ilc air attack.' Thc Israeli military spokes- man charged that the Syrians than'TsojOOO members of six Vt'ake Island, began the fiqhl with machine prepariii- clr'Vni un fire, then lobbed mortar Nw. against auoui ijci [he illon he finally broughl up o( nation's railroad In- the gcnera, (o (ake in for (wo days bcenuse (O (IIOSC irilllinn UUllinea _r, WASHINGTON (AI-) (ho general In Uieir meeting LPr 10 Truman said he spelled out in reportedly was permitted loj ,cnt_eiccl. Gustavo Diaz Ordaz present a pelilion. AIexico discilssed Cuba and a Johnson, Ordaz Hold Cuba Talks JOHNSON CITY Tex. Secretary of Welfare Antho- President Johnson anil Presi-jny J. lo the parade Judge Hears City Board Plea lly IIENKY WOLFF Jit. Advocate Staff Writer Judge Frank H. Grain of lliath District Court witli- ___1 a decision Friday on a petition seeking an injunc- tion against Gulf Coast News Agency lo keep it from clislrib'ulinK certain paperback novels, mngav.incs, newspapers and oilier material. After bearing the case, the Judijc indicated tic would render a decision in near future after giving since it doesn't, and study lo the matter. The 0( the slow process of is unique in that Ihc petition, prosecution, Ihe plain- igned by Cily Ally. Argyle arc asking Ihe injunction .achlan and County Ally. MIC malcrial from being and W. Kilgore, asks llial distiihulor be reslrained from; ]n arguments, placing the material on ul.gcd ,he couri not to market by civil injunction based; t (hc jniunction because on provisions of the state lh frecdom Js in. criminal statute en obscene ncrc because u lcnal- "raises s conslitulional ques- May He Test Case The case is believed the first; "n violates every provision of if its type since provisions constilulions of Uie slate put in the stale's obscenity nation and the law of Ihs ule allowing for injunclion the defense attorney ar- ccedings. 'gued. "We are not defending Although the petition listed jibe books, bill we arc defend- five books by name as exam-ling Ihe people." He said Ihe de- pies, only two were admitted was nol asking Ihe court inlo evidence. They were Iheilo make a decision on whal is obscenity because opinions vary vidcly on the defitiiliqn. Since the censorship panel's chairman was the plaintiffs' chief witness, Maddin's summa- ______ ______ tion included rebuttal on sev- din, representing the plaintiffs eral comments made by Kacy called four witnesses during the jonly Iwo llial any witness had ;rend. Tlic hearing began with books in the courtroom and 'inn explanation for the extra ione. Asst. County Ally. Larry Har- War II shells and two Wurld tanks. The Syrians fired on the Dan Shaar Ihi.shuv collective sellle- said there be no more oc mole nrobablv (lOvei'nment Korean mailer to insure againsl HIP flood disaster." mediators con-jsparking an all-out war [tiiong, answering hoslilc efforts lo head oil uic communist China. 1 questions from the council in- mems ami imiicieii iieavv dam- vvi'8cs "I look him over to thc Uic palace insisted later he are h'lttiim house's 'de- il111' 'lenc''''s' side of Wake Island, sat down was unaware thc demonstration clcclrie mstalhitions Francis A. O'Neill of the him and lalkcd wilh been going on. aiui'hlowiiie. mi -i fuel tank he liollil1 Mediation Hoard mel lorfor three-quarters of an! Meeting Called said. an hour and a half Friday Truman said. This was; Like some members of Uie The Israeli radio said Fridav c' hief union spokesman by a meeting of llic Iwoicouncil, the students arc dissa-'wi'lh Cuba i i i ..n..- linlli _.i. _ ii n rt lui sweep of other subjects Friday llicn concluded whal was de- scribed as an enormously help- ful conference. No changes appear likely in the American policy of trying lo isolate munis Uie hemisphere or in the Mexi- can policy of continuing maintain diplomatic relai ny J. 10 me pamui: of Cabinet members who have come to Uie LBJ Ranch for huddles on budgets and pro- grams for Ihc coming year. Johnson introduced Wirlz and (Sec TALKS, Tage 7) ie American policy of trying to. .olalc Fidel Caslro and Com-1-I I I rocil iimisl Cuba from the rest olj'-J V_xcl I v.unau UCXI-ST- rpl B to In hires llir itions .1 in his testimony. recommended granted everyone else iMaddin said. "He wants us to night Ilia! a school 'barn rn'ii- He said nis with both ranking U.S. military I tisfied with tin sewn and afiricull'iiral equip- h''lcs resimlc in the area. I Huong's government, which mcnl were destroyed Monday morning. "And he assured me in no unj contains some technicians who The Israeli spokesman >'iid O'Neill declined terms thai Red China1 served under President Ngo the Syrians fired from five posi- Friday's session with n He said the German I'an-i Fox "le ral ,.aj ,1, [Truman ie makeup of Bul diplomatic sources said not come into Dinh Diem before his overthrow contended. went and (loath last November. lanks were knocked out department of l.ne feeling very, very good1 Inside the palace, Huong fiiv from Ihc Israeli tanks. lie CIO with headquarters m CliiLa-abounhc begged for an end to political alt (he emphasis was friendly interchange of Three persons were injured Friday night in a Uirce-car X'hain reaction accident on Lone ,'iTree Hoad ISO feel east of ils and improved understanding. Narlh Slrecl And (here could be no real nego- thc (00tbaH game at liations on anything, since 1M stadium. Ordaz doesn I lake office unlil hearing including H, W. "Mr. Kacy was able to decide 'Kacy, chairman of thc his own mind the two books Board of Review for Juvenile were obscene and took it for Readers which thc court aclion. Defense Calls flVdiesses 'call on these gentlemen (the de- Harry Maddin, attorney who are not judges, the defense, called no judge each and every piece of although he had both Weyman material they distribute. G, and Weyman K. Harding of "And if they fail, they would the distributing firm sworn in be hauled lo courl and thrown tas witnesses. He had also sub-'in jail without the benefit of a poenacd Uie county attorney, [criminal law trial." In arguing Ihe case for the One of Hardin's arguments plaintiffs, Hardin stressed that was that Gulf Coast News an injuclion was being sought Agency has offered no response because of Ihe slow process when approached by Uie board, criminal aclion would require. "I think this fact of no coop- "The available remedy operation shows the dislribulor's aw is he eyes were closed to Ihe law explaining llial "Ihc minule thai they completely avoid- newspapers get the story, theled moral and business responsi- cominunily reacts backward he said. "Certainly, a sense and goes out and buys they can't deny that. They owe the books." a responsibility to the public." Administrative Powers In rebuttal to comments by He said Ihe censorship lhat an should have administrative now-1 PM-.A, 1 age 71 unions, including the six craft groups. Thc sis shop unions so have rejected the emergency shop plained thai "artificial restric- tions" had been placed on his] far (Sec TRUMAN1. Tage 7) Give a book a bail name and it becomes a movie. n sma 1, swift jet. Johnson was switc "Idaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Er- Dick of 3-109 Meadowlane hing released from De T board's recommended wage' __ ._ J "n Ranks of Pets 1 limned The shop unions contend they; tf Pre-Season Hunters I City Patrolman Carl Ziegler Baltimore Girl Groomed Miss Teen-Aee America DALLAS   Clitmrn planning on ing a hirlhday tomorrow .lark Harris and llruce unsucce.ssful deer hunters, tell- ing ahonl a narrosv escape from I a raltlesnake on the deer lease morning, it will be a joyous oc- casion for all deer hunters. But, for one resident the open- ing shots will signal Ihe begin- jniiiK of Ihe end of some of his pets. WEATHER Cloudy to partly cloudy and mild Ihroiigh Sunday. Occasion- A hearing on motions (n havejfor Persons illegally hunling be- j ore Ihc season opened have al- Sunday. Increasing two burglary reduced thc number of deer fed by Milton Hennell on soullierlj 10-25 t r n 3 ad al Colulla Ki-nnclh llaycr keeping a close watch on some downtown construction Kdjagainst Clarence T. Cross Wagner deciding il was all for'Austin dismissed was not held Ihe Alfred Friar lianch 10 miles the be.sl llial he missed oul on Friday as .scheduled. east of Cuero. a recent hunting Irip, since I County Ally W. W, Kitgorej Last August, 10 deer were hunling wasn't good Vin-said neither Cross or his nUor-icoming regularly lo Temperatures frirtay: High i-cnt not Ion engaged in a ney, .Ion Coffee, appeared (o enl shell corn.02, low 63. coiivcrsiilliiii with .Inc IVinls- the hearing. No dale was made land alfalfa. After lasl Salnrday, Tides (Port l.avaca wiirtli In liiiml oul cigar to n.for anolher hearing. ionlv .six deer remained. passenger Bennett's herd of pet deer, jwell vehicle. Last Sept, 22, n four-point; buck disappeacd. On Oct. 10, a two-point buck miil coming for feed, liemu'tl believes both ani- mals were killed by rond hunt- ers since the bucks were large enough lo protect Ihemsclvcs from predatory animals. in Ihe Rolh- A slraighl A sludcnl, Carolyn is Ihe contestant from the larg- est family 6. She is 5 feet 3 ,i ,rtj 1 nc'V illL-tuutu itnoa with a dimpled smile and mod- Mjss Dcbra Dicthcimt 15. els part-time. SUNDAY PREVIEW A Working Class Is Born frlcnil pleased "nil about Ihc Mrs. D. Atwcll nol csaggeralinR pound limit she Cross, was indicted oiii Benuclt said someone in O'Connor low at KM and May in by Ihe linmd Jury in [green auto shnt ono of the does connection with Dee, 2V, Iflftl, us she came In lo feed Inlc On Oct. 2-1, n (Ing broughl the leg and hindruiarlcr of a deer back to Hennell's house. T h i s happened after one of Bennett's does had been missing for scv- leral days. Bennett believes the Portideer was killed by another nni- Uvcry weekday afternoon al sluclciils al Victoria High School Icavn their classes and fnn oul all over Ihe city for Jobs ranging from rablnrl-making lo hair-slylinfl. They're particlpauls in Uie school's Imlllilrial Cooperative Training program, which moans they carry llicir normal academic r judges had narrowed the to live finalists. They included Miss Mignini, of Toledo, Ohio; Andrea Lynn Ayers, 16, Greenville, S.C.; and l.inda Diane Licciardi, 17, San Francisco. In addition to a college scholarship, the new Miss Teen- Age receives a tour of the Unit- ed States, a new car and a leather wardrobe. Judges of the fourlh annual pageant trimmed the list of can- didates to 10 scmifinaHsts Thursday, 'they looked for girls who were not only nllractive bin llial. p.m. High nl a.m. and a.m. Sunday. Barometric pressure al sea level: 29, !W, landed rccenlly'. Al .Scliocrn'r'break-ins ill Hiller's Pharmacy Saturday iiflernnon. liennell hard In hopes of calch-land Victoria Medical Center, said Ihe fnlal shut was fired ing up and gelling off a di'cr 1IVM V.. Hed Illvcr and Air- from the ear. hunl fur a few dny.s Miss line I'rufc.ssidnnl lluilding, 'JM The doe was I'miiul (lend Anlln Sctmelily reminding WIIA Airline liond, filed the millions iihoul -100 yards from llcnncll'sj "os. 7, incnibcrs of ihe Monday (lend-.on the grimmls llml he bus been limisc on Monday by Charles line for rc.scrvntlons fnr thn an- deniod "his eonslilutluntil rights Mi-Miihan, rancli employe. Sunset Salnrday. rise Sunday. KMreines for this dale: Sun niiiil turkey nuppcr. to a speedy Irial." Bennnll lias been (ceding wild Vitlorli During Ihe deer season, an eighl and a nine-point buck llial had been feeding nl llni- ncll's were killed. liennell has refused all re- qiiesls from hunters wlm would 'like to shtKil Ihc deer while they mv feeding. If In- had his way, Ucnnctt probnbly would not allow any deer hunling in the area nf his home. load in ihe mornings, anil thru receive on-thc-Joli training, tulcnt aml Personable as fur which they arc paid, during Ihe afternoons. Sec the slory cf "The'Working Class" In Sunday's Fun Magazine. Tommy's An Inlelleclunl Swingrr, Too Tri'ii-iiiirrs are In ihe news In more ways than one. Sunday's Teen Page will carry Ihe slory of how a stmlenl al SI.' Joseph, Tiinimy Snlii, has fnundeil a tti-ii-aue ilancc bund that lius hevomc out' of Ihc most in Viclurln. Tommy's liiinil is always in dematid, lull he .sllll finds lime to sluiiy am! owns one ol Ihr highest xrailc averuRes in hla chss. well. The talent winner was Char- lotte Aim Sims of Minneapolis. Among the telecast speakers was Texas tiov. John Connally. Judges were Mickey Mantle of Ihe New York Yankees; ndvlca coliumiis.1 Abigail Van Durcn; actor Clary Mcrlll, uml Mrs. Ha- el Fitzgerald, director of American Alrlinc.s stewardess   

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