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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 16, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119tli 193 TELEPHONE HI 5-1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1964 Kstabllihcd 12 Cents UN Meeting o To Probe Border Wai Ail1 Clashes Continuing LBJ Returns to Capital To Shape Up Program UNITED NATIONS, N.Y (AP) The U.N. Securily Council will meet Monday after- noon to discuss border clashes between Syria and Israel. U.S. delegate Adlai E. Steven- son, council president for No vember, called the meeting Sun- day, the morning after Syrian delegale Rafik Asha asked' lhat he convene the council urgently to consider 'The latest aggres- sion committed by Israel against the -Syrian Arab Itepub- lic." Forces of lhe two nations fought a ground battle Friday and an air battle Saturday. Israeli He-quest A few hours after Stevenson acted, Israeli delegale Michael S. Comay senl him a .request for an urgeiil council meeting on two Israeli complaints. These' complaints alleged "repeated] acts of aggression committed by Syrian armed forces" against Israel and 'Threats from officiali spokesmen" of Syria against' Israel. Meanwhile, Iraq announced thai ils army was alerted on lhe Syrian border lo help the Syrian army if necessary. After Asha filed his request for a meeting, Comay addressed a letter to Stevenson for Ihe council charging fliat "bellicose and threats from Damascus" had slimulal- cd Ihc Syrian army "lo inces- sanl, deliberate and unprovoked armed attack" on Israeli civil- ians living near the border. Air Attacks Barry Goldwater returned from or thai it can be done." Comay said Israeli planes Caribbean vacation Goldwaler said Burcl Also Slates More Work On Budget BOTH ARE INJURED Isl Time Rack Since Klcclion 2 Friends Get Together Unexpectedly in ision iHISS WORLD liMil Ann Sidney, 20, poses for phoLolgraphers after being chosen Miss World 1984 in London. Ann, a London hair stylist, competed in llio annual world beauty competition. Her vital statistics, in case you might want to know, arc 36-24-H6. (AP Photo) Two friends who had left each cidcnt, according to City Pa- was Mrs. Rosa Manirc, IIS, of other 15 ininules earlier were: Irolman C. W. Chance. Mrs. 501 K. Juan l-inn St. I injured Sunday afternoon when! U row n hud departed for her, Manirc, a WASHINGTON Presi-'lnoir collided at the inter- Telferncr home and on being I Johnson returned to section of Avondale and Mac- blocked by a freight train at lhe m a tar lit nig Irn- ca Ira? Sunday IcI work on Streets. jlicn Jordan crossing .Mourcd en by her daughter, Mrs. Daisy sioO'b'illiou budget and shape; wc're Alice Marie on Avondale Street. Miss Thornton, 60, the same ad- the legislative program he will] 17. of E. Goodwin SI.i Ucha, meanwhile, was traveling suffered n dislocation of offer lo lhe new Congress inland Mrs. Mary Spinks on MncArlhiir when the nel. )cfi Wiis'r a possiolc Irac- also 17, of Telferncr. Bolh arcitwo cars mcl in the middle of January. Ending a LBJ ranch Barry's Leadership Nod Goes to Dirksen, Halleck WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. sure that this is lhe time lo do it serve for four years and added 12-day stay at his in Texas, Johnson came hack [o the White House for the first time since his Nov. 3 landslide election triumph. The Presidenl tended at An- drews AFB in suburban Mary- land after a 2-hour-20-minutc jet flight from Berslrom AFB near Austin. Assembled On Lawn The chief executive and Mrs. Johnson left their big jet hand-! ir.-hand and slopped briefly to! Ishakc hands wilh members of a [small group of spectators, Then they boarded a helicopter which brought them lo Iho While House. Aboul 100 persons, ___ of her right wrisl and waitresses at a local drive-in j the intersection. j scalp lacerations when the car restaurant. A McCabe-Carruth amuulnnce head-on into a deep Mrs. Brown's Miss Heha (o Citizens Mc- Palroln-.an C. W. Chance ilrs. Thornton was at- a left turn onto Del after traveling daughter, Mary, was nol injured! morial Hospital for treatment of! despite being thrown onto Ihc! cuts on lhe right side oMicrjs floorboard as lhe car 280 feel crashed aflcr the inlo Ihe garage al the Charles F. Kclsey residence al 1907 Avondale. impact and! a back injury. Mrs. Brown was side of a! released from the same hospital! after being treated for multiple Chance was assisted investigation by U. the casl on the Houston Highway when the brake lining on rishl rear axle broke causing 'f t tacked Syrian army gun posi-inighl and said be looks lo Sen.icier contract to his party for lions Friday at Nukheila, Azy.xi-j Everett M. Dirksen and Rep. I four years and should serve that al and Tel Bamra, on rocky'" heights norlh of the Sea of Gali- lee., because lhat was Ihc only I that if there is a fight over the :h is un-! chairmanship he intends to fight mosl of Ihe Cabinet including members Damage to Ihe garage was Miss Rciia had served as a'Futch and Sgl. Uy Blanton. Admitted lo the same hospi- childicn ruliiii, in me I wilh injuries suffered in a I'ack scat wore not injured nor babysitter (or Mrs. Brown dur- ing the afternoon and had re- turned the baby to Mrs. Brown Sunday morning accident in the about 15 minutes before Ihe ac- 3000 block of Houston Highwayl (Sri- Mrs. Thornton. Mrs. COLLISION. Page 10) vew Charles A. Halleck (or leadcr-iterm. back. Goldwater and his parly ship of the Republican party. I Burch himself aboard Uieir DCS until "Those are the leaders as is no for ouster Ajr Force police lead a string of and their wives and children and the families of While House I staffers, assembled on Uie exec-j utive mansion lawn to greet the triumphantly returning Presi-j dent. The Johnsons shook hands MacArthur Still About same Target for HST way lo stop their bombardment ;as rm Ihe the national chairman." up to nle and dialled with their wellwish- He said the nalional commil- of the Israeli collective settle- IGOP presidential nominee told ments of Dan and Shaar al Washington could ask him to resign. ishuv in the valley below. jaj Airjiorl. Dirksen is from llli-jTlnil and other questions may Comay reported three Israelis r.js aml Halleck from Indiana, were killed and 11 wounded. tjle congressional minority Asha's letter did nol spell actively supported Gold- I 's charge of aggression. But a Damascus communique Fri-i hj j{ day, the Syrian army Willinm F Miller his vim thai Israel started the "llllam L- to take them home. Goldwater said goodbye lers Centering the White House. jbc seliied when Miller, told him "brush up onj Meeting Scl eels in January 'your gin and drove; In Washington, a string But Burch said he inlcnds to away with Mrs. Goldwaler. 'conferences is on lap on firal- ___________________------------------------------.......----------lings and recommendauons of 13 lask forces Johnson sel up lo [help him draft Ihe blueprint for iwhal he calls the Great Society. The President drew on what NEW YORK Former VJliaiUJU wnii mtu L.III- i i i IT e< Ti- for a few miules before 'President Harry S. Truman says the late Gen. Douglas Mac- views of MacArlhur had become accepted Republican policy. I. was sure of lhat. I was sure that! demilitarized zone. Miieci The communique said Syrian 'lwo Goldwater told newsmen lie iexpects to be in Washington for! Advisory Panel Report Backs City Hall Project A report from Ihe Citizens lo three weeks, and thcniAdvisory Committee will be prc. ke an-jsenicrf lo City Council when il at 5 p.m. Monday giving ,_ nation lo report on such fields as education, sustained prosper- iily, metropolitan affairs, trans- suggestions and recommetida- portalion, natural resources, lions. Nevertheless, the Com- agriculture, cost-curtailing, and millcc has agreed that it economic policy. This is fulfill ils responsibility and day he set for completion of Arthur, whom he fired as Far'lhal's (what) MacArlhur was .'East commander in 1951, was i aiming for. lie was trying lo gel aiming al becoming president, himself in good wilh one of thci didn't fool parlies of the government ofj man said, "and least of all didiIhc United Stales, so lhat lie; he tool me could he presidenl of the Unileuj Truman's observations came in the second of a series of tele-, "He d.dn t fool anybody. j he termed the best brains in Ihc I vision profirams, Truman concluded: "Douglas I dcr suggestions in a rather gen- concerning this en- Ihe reports. Wilh lhe help of these reports land the backing of the people ing ttlc Korean War over nciwho gave him an confljct IIe (jlc inflection victory Nov. 3, to calTy tlle war The Conflicts of Harry S. The copyrighted text by Screen Gems, Inc., was released Sunday, wilh the program scheduled for broadcast starting Tuesday on television stations across the nation. Truman fired MacArthur had he stuck to his military dulics, might well have ibeen an occupant of the White House. The only Ihing barring Douglas MacArtur from the White House was Douglas Mac-Arthur himself." MacArlhur died last April at age W. Truinan is now 80. forces struck back against five go phoenix or lake Israeli settlements and military vacation and play posts, .and the Israeli planes supporllo lhe currcnl vere in action. Die army re-, .mnt an, you going lo do w ported 7 Syrians killed and 26 palty a rc-i" 0Jf the report as pre-ideavor. ._______ WCrl'nii i i porter asked. bv F Maddiu.l "On the question of need gave him an confiict IIe said general'y iioin isiaci ami com- 'Tin not going lo  ___! OlllfX Cl felony. The complaint asserted lhat Tilson typed inlo university rec- ords n notation that ho received a decree, enabling him lo se- cure n [caching pnsl al Ihc Campion, N.H., elementary school. Tilson gol caught, police said because he used the wrong type writer. Tilson, married and tho father Icnurscs, Tilson would enter the J'lT.IKih Ul'OIXHM ;icgislrai's office at the end _____________ WASHINGTON (AP) leorgc Hundy said Sunday the North Atlantic alliance is beset hy multiple problems, hut is not (it a moment of decisive crit- icism. Me expressed doubt that [''ranco ever would withdraw from lhe Huiiily, assisUml sliop unions has been set for Nov. 23. The unions are dissalis- fied wilh a recommendation by during his night- a emergency hoard ly watchman rounds detectives lfm. increases of 27 cents said, There, he changed his ml ovor flunking griules lo passing -jyciirs. The hoard's recom- ntul finally graduated fjvc by typing a degree notation unions. The his record last June, police slat- llnions ling -II cents nn hour. medicine at Glasgow Medical'-------------------- School, said iVnpolcon had been murdered ;cchnique rd. ID About Presidenl Johnson on nalional securily affairs, said France lias demonstrated repeatedly It means to slny in the alliance, which he snid slill is successful- ly protecting Wcslern Kuropp. a week ngo a Hofslra of w. M'illard clerk policed during _n ho nol expect a rail strike and does not expect any While House inter- vcnllon in Ihc strike situation. records check Hint the grunted" phrase was In n type face different from the one usu- ally used, Another clerk, in- formed of this, remembered thai Titan's name had nu- list of non-gradu- INDEX of twn, moved lo Went worth, Hut In Ihc hyixilheticnl event N.H., lust September lo lake the Mini any nation should wilh- pcnrcd on a job, leaching griules fivciilruw, lu> c-mphnsiml his 'uurtoiv.........5 Ihrouuli eight, llhal ways would be found (uj Oclcclives nrrc.slcd Tilson at ii.uMiirJ '.'.'.I'Vo'.ii iiovio Recently he had iionchcd Ihc prolccl tho inlon-sls mid sccuri-jlho Oimplon school Fridny ,5 lug (oiilbull Icnm In .'illy "f olher members. W his clnsscs wore over. u> ivomcu by of Ihc Europe's royal j Hall c nirls when they wanted to riil of an embarrassing person. gel Considerable cloudiness and warm through Tuesday with s r........s or thundershowcrs The hair used for the about 30 per cent of the was said to have been cut off at South to southeaster y various times between 10-20 mph with gusts to ilKI, and Smith said they show 130 'luring the afternoon. Mon- [N'apoleon took arsenic about -tOK'ay's expected lempcralures: u OT an puisun, ir t f m> Smith said tests on locks of So in "St Napoleon's sandy red hair car- Soldiers and Marines in ___i._ __i _ i MitinjiVLm i m y i VM i in 11 v fii mvi ricl out at Britain's Harwell Kcar camped in parks rode! Ovor ycars atomic research centers bad dpalh has been allributed to low 70. Tcmixn'aturcs N'apolcon's'S-1. low 72. Ihe streets of Saigon Sunday forestalling anil-government students and other political dis- sidents. Premier Tran Van Huong and his government, Intended tar- gets of Ihc dissidents, appeared safely in the saddle. Sunday: High iiriii......u m........._......._ Sunday. a ulcers, "hemorrhoids, trace; for the month, .50; for arthritis, tuberculosis and othertho year, 31.11 ailments. Circumstantial evidence Barometric hasilevcl: pressure at sea shown thai Napoleon, suspecl-j Tides (Porl O'Connor Port confirmed Ihe presence of nr seme. He siiid n renewed appeal, will he made (or permission to cxhumhe Napoleon's body, now: under the dome of Les Invalides in Paris. Tho tests, sponsored by the British Medical Research Coun- cil, backed up a theory offered by n Swedish dentist -historian, ,Dr. Slcn Korshufvud, In n IWiTsorls came when about 500 pcr-jvldcd Ihc world with evidence Sunset Muniluy Sunrise book tilled "Who Murdered Na-lsons crowded into a hall, siir-jlhal Napoleon had been mur-Tuesday ing poisoning, was against tak- ing any form of medicine. Scientists and various persons Uivaca p.m. Monday Highs at ami a.m. Tuesday. Lows al p.m. flivfl during Napoleon's ami at a.m. Tues- Thc only demonstration otjlnve for the last 110 years pro-'day. Napoleon himself suspected lie would die at Ihe hands ol as- rounded by Iroops, iind demand-idered, but all such cd (JlsEolullon of Huong's 13-day-jhave been brushed off hy Hie i oiiice. old civilian cubincl. iFrcnch. Use. iveitiici fjied Wrjlhtr   

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