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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 29, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 15' 119lh 206 TELEPHONE HI VICTORIA, TEXAS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1818 98 Pages Gromyko, Rusk Slate Fund Talk Self-Interest in Alliance Draws LBJ Cautioning JOHNSON CJ'l'Y, Tex. the Atlantic community is IheJIrying to discourage Friday, President Johnson eautioncdjaspiration toward growing imilyjlhat Ihc United Stales might Saturday against any policy ofjamong the. free peoples of Eu-jmake some drastic shitt in poli- "narrow national SDlf-inlercst" rope. No nation on cither side of cy, possibly including the bomb- Ser.k To Avert r1 I I IlillTUW llmUJIlm SL'll-lnlelL-Sl IN, OfKMVdOWII within the Atlantic Alliance, ami foresaw no dramatic change in WASHINGTON (Al1) In S. policy in South Viel Nam, high-level move lo deadlock on U.N. Secretary of Slate Dean Rusk! break the1 discussing the North Atlan- Treaty Organization, John- no direct reference toi rope. Hie Atlantic lias done more to support this purpose than the United Slates. This support will continue." Asked whether expansion at the Viet Nam war into Laos or i arranged Salurday to be hosl President Charles de Gaulle otlNorth Viel Nam is a "live possi- ho is opposed to Ihcjbilily at this Johnson mullilaleral ing of Viet Cong supply lines. In his first full-dress news conference since Oct, 3, Johnson touched many bases in addition to NATO and Viet Num. Even before Ihe questioning started, he defended his deci- sion to allow U. S. planes to air- navaljrcplicd: "I anticipate that thcrellift Belgian paratroopers to res- will be no dramatic hostages of Congolese reb .Sovicl Foreign Minister Andrei -France, A. Gromyko al a "working proposed luncheon" Monday in Ncwlforce. York. Bui, in Sirnut r front apparent to come out of these mcet- U General session. Gromyko is expected to ncw herc: "Thc speculalions." of his Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, U. S. icmbassador lo South Viel Nam, els in Stanleyville. "Wo acted promptly in and we order to hundreds and even thousands of people from being New Look At Baker Affair Due Payoff (Hiurge Under Study WASHINGTON (AP) The Senale Hules Commillco opens public hearings Tuesday on a political payoff charge that Itc- publicans sought to build inlo a major issue in the presidential election. The three central figure.1! in jthe investigation arc Bobby G. acted Baker, former secretary to the keep Senate's Democratic majority; narrow national self-interest. 'This lias One of the great aspirationsiwhich Ihc reach New York on Sunday j night. The Husk-Ciromyko confer ence at Husk's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel suite will be the first U.S.-' Soviet meeting at Die foreig minister level since Ihc change in Soviet leadership. New Arrangements TT 1 U.S. sources said one of OP HOllCla> Rusk's main aims will be J probe lor Soviet willingness lo enter ink) new arrangements lor, I Jl Wif'ti II I U.N. financing in the fulure. JF As things now stand, Ihe So-i viet Union stands to lose its: no safe tulurc foriis home for high-level said. "And we did ourselves and none for any olh-lencos and will meet with John-ilime." cr Atlantic nation in a policy ofjson in Washington on Tuesday.! He announced thai Ihe agent. Matthew .J. McCloskey, once ambassador lo Ireland and a act Democralic fund raiser; and I Don B. Reynolds, a local insur- Sullivan Stages Spectacular On 4Pavola' Probe -REASON AttLV TV Ranks led to force that moved White House began! (See I.I1J, Page 20A) sjDeathTofl Traffic Crashes Injure 4 Persons into; The issue the committee will probe: Was there a overpay-' ment by Philadelphia contractor; (McCloskey on a performance; Cigarettes WinJFormwl for Battle in Court jShoni.Oiii bond in his company's court jury, in a landmark MIAMI. Pla. (Al' A tak-r-lstrong effect on other pending lion of the D. C.jdecision in the cigarettes-cancer Stadium? McCloskey has denied j iirelles 'controversy, has found Ihat cig- nr THE ASSOCIATED pnr.ss Deaths on the nation's high- tur- General Assembly vote for j ways continued to mount Sa being more than Iwo years as the long holiday week- in ils U.N, dues. Moscowjcnd nearcd Ihe end of ils Ihird Four persons including two teen-age boys were hospitalized Salurday following Iwo Iraffic collisions at separate intersec- tions on Laurent Street. an ambulance but were not in- jured. City Patrolman F. G. Robles said Mrs. Johnston was headed west on Red River and Mrs. peacekeeping costs saying 'hey were illegally assessed. Thcjspreaci arcs United Stales ays the dues hazards quircmcnt, contained in the U.N. Charter's Article must Snow and rain over a the Thc teen-agers Curtis Wil- Cavazos north on Laurent when iliam Perry 16 of 2101 accident happened. Ambul- Drive, and Jerry McCabe Carruth 'Stwood Drive [Funeral Home look Ihe injured 4 of Cre be enforced to U.N.'s financial tional integrity. preserve the Since the start of the four- day Thanksgiving weekend count by The Associated Press were injured at a.m. when Persons to the hospital. a motorscooter driven by Per-................ ry was in collision wilh a car and constituent 6 Delayed Showdown !in accidents lime have the lat the intersection of Laurent nation's meeting Dec. 1. Since spoeclnnaking is nor- mally (he main occupation early in the session, moves are under Perry suffered multiple frac- tures o( his right leg along wilh multiple bruises and conlusions. He was admitted to Citizens Me- 0[ morial Hospital along with Kar- iiiallv'ncs sll''crBd lesser injuries, high Thanksgiving 'ibel Police U. Marcus Wildcn Jr., dcalh loll appeared lo be run- ning abnul a normal rale Fri- dav and Saturday. Associated Press who assisted Patrolman J. F. Murphy in Ihe investigalion, isaid Perry's motorscooter was Mars Shot Under Way, On Course CAPE KENNEDY, la. (AP) h a si'n collision with a car driven way to allow the assembly to goj ahead in a limited fashion of fhanhsKivinfijby Mrs. Patricia Clmmchal, 26, roll-call vote (raffic [atalUics [o r of 3001 Linda Drive who was without forcing the money issue nl Ihe start. This will give Husk and others lime lo seek a way oul of the .seeming impasse. .Siiutnl. Fair Hasis According to U.S. strategists, (he American goal is to keep the iix years. The lowestlaltcmPlilg a lcfl four-day holiday death Grande afier travclm the last s of these counts was 4-12 in I960. The high was 543 last year. The average daily loll in the first nine months of 1004 was 126, according (o the records of the National Safety Council. United Nations going on a sound Thanksgiving about 150 per- sons were killed in automobile lefl turn onto Rio ing north on I Did of the channel ........B.. 1 Baker to the Kennedy-Johnson campaign fund of Sen. John J. Williams, Il-Del., quolert Reynolds as saying the did funnel through Baker into the campaign fund. In mak- ing the charge, Williams exhib- ited a copy of a check for 205.60 from McCloskey's compa- ny to Reynolds and claimed this compared lo actually owed for the premium and com- mission on the performance! bond. I Williams called Uu's a political payoff or kickback in a on the Senate floor last Sept. 1. The contract for the D.C. Stadium was signed during the administration of Republican President Dwighl D. Eisen- hower. Williams' accusation touched reasonably safe wholesome for human con- through sumption." The decision, denying dam- ages to the cslate of Ed'win M. Green of Miami, a heavy smok- er who died of lung cancer in 1957, was cxpcclcd to have Vietnamese Strike Foe 46 .Jusl 'Stupid1 Complains son, Edwin contended! NKW YORK (AP) A newly thai Green's cancer was causedirevivcd federal probe of "payo- by smoking three packs of la" ami "pliigola" stirred a or planned litigation. Green's widow, Mary, and his Lucky Strike cigarettes a day for 20 years. They had sued the zling controversy in the broad- casting industry Salurday _______........... off a political furor: brought an interplanetary (or investigation named Mariner 4 hurtled President and ward Mars on a and scientific expcdiU day and the flight control center reported it was on a course that would enable il to pass close to pholographic' rcopcned the once-closed Senate iditionSatur-l investigation inlo the outside Laurent. The motorscooter wasilhc red P'onel next July 14 as beaded sonlh on Laurent. The investigating officers said Ihc boys were knocked onlo Ihe pavement by scooter was the impact, dragged 53 The j planned. Although the gold and gleam- ing robot successfully executed early maneuvers, it still must fcet clear several challenging hur- afler it jammed underneath and survive for a record ioviet Union out. Also, they feel accidents, compared to approxi-! he two big powers should have "lately 110 Friday. Ca rear bumper of Ihe car. months in the hostile envi- Ambulances Carruth and nf sPace before 'acmeving ils goal of Martin ex- Artero Funeral Homes carried the Iwo boys lo 'Mrs. Bianchi !lhc hospital. were being 'for possible fractures following la two-car collision at the Lau- SAIGON, Viel Nam (AP) Moving smoolbly on (he ground and supported by artillery and helicopter strikes, government forces killed al least 40 Viet Cong and captured 70 loday 27 American Tobacco Co., for whether the practices are wide- million. "This is welcome said W. P, Ilcdrick, tobacco mar-' keling specialist for the Depart- ment of Agriculture of North' ]Carolina, one of Ihe large lobac-' co producing stales. H was, he said "a good sign cong'res'sln as a result (or tobacco m he face o the >show surgeon general s report on M, the harmful effects of cigarette: Olhcrs [n ,hc sUualjon smoKinv .'contended that the practice is minor, if there is any al all. The new probe was disclosed iy in Washington by the spread. Some unnamed sources said payoffs lo broadcasters for playing records called, payola or for mentioning or display- ing products called pliigola are being made on a large scale, despite a law passed by Dr. Lawrence V. Hastings) Miami, a physician and lawyer) representing the Greens, held a decision on whether lo appeal the case until after exhaustive study of record. an! coiirH Federal Communications Com- Imission. 11 said it had "allega- [iolls from manv solirccs" .1 .continued pavola and plugola. predicted thai! The Fcc jjrcw from Ed Sullivan, whose Sunday aclivities of Baker. Republican presidential .mnmninjimiTi wm KP didate Barry Goltlwater used paddies near Chao Gao. i make a safe cigarette Raker as a campaign issue and repeatedly a "While House whitewash" of Ihe probe into his affairs. Even before the hearings started, another minor hassle developed. Chairman B. Everett Jordan, D-N.C., said committee inves battlefield of lush green ed: "Some government depart- ploration. Mariner 4, packing a camera and a sparkling array of scien- rayed" at Wlc instruments, rocketed away tigators couldn't find Reynolds lo serve o subpoena In testify. i He said he had been in Califor- nia with his ailing wife and was on route back to Washington when lie learned a subpoena had Ollicr Victories The government also claimed 73 Viel Cong killed in a heavy engagement near the North Vietnamese frontier and 77 killed in three separate actions Hastings said such a decision will be difficult lo get. "A good number of the jurors were he said, "and a ment wants some publicity. Al regular intervals, during a news lull, up come these charges of payola. What the FCC forgets is finding that cigarettes the stations are wise to this L harmful would make it hard for stuff Fn- !M'.! m Quang Nan, province on -thcm (o JusUfy and fair basis, not to force the S' Ihe two big pnv an area of common interest in lhc method of financing in lhc future. The United States has sug-l Rested a special General somblv committee procedure under'which the larger conlrib-: Wrs. uvcrne Tiplon at ulois would have a bigger sayiav, of Nursery, remained in: injured were Mrs. Lupe Cava-j More lhan seven hours laler, always slnod ready to cooperate rinmii expenditures. "very critical" condition Of 1308 Mesquile Lane andjafler carefully calculating and to give truthful testimony I van rocket1 before the Rules Committee day. Saigon was calm under mar- tial law after a week of civil unrest that left more than JOO, persons injured in street riols. lo themselves. And a nonsmoker decide: 'Why give a verdict to a Iheir Networks take a chance on losing licenses. The networks walch for these things smoker who knew he was indul-jcarefully producers watch if, udenls nevVnhe- in a potentialy from Cape Kennedy atop a low- been issued, ering Allas-Agena booster which "F resenl the committee's ef- surircd skyward at a.m. forts to discredit me." Reynolds EST after a perfecl coimldoivn. said a statement. have less, completed plans to hold aj.. public funeral Sunday for a on year-old boy shot during anli- A governmenl demonstrations. of what the friends of Bobby Baker may try to do to Funeral Rules for the funeral-! have refused, snying Ihc should bo kept in the Council where they have a vein. 'suffered in a traffic accident also Irealed for a leg cut. The ed inlo a Inteplanctary trajec-! eight miles snulh of Tivoli. :0ther three children, Valerie, which, if continued, would! i The accident claimed Ihe life Joyce, 3, and Carol, 18 Mars by about of Ernest E. VanMclre, taken lo Ihe hospital inimiles. They said Ihis miss riis-i 1003 Airline Road and injured-----------------------------------------1 lance was well within the mil-; i lion-mile correction capability) 'of a small steerng motor; aboard the streaking vehicle. Today's Chuckle only 200 persons may follow the body; they must ride in cars, and the caravan must take the shortest route from Buddhist! Trouble Ahead However, Ihe New York Post A previous trial jury had an informed source that smoking was a cause oflnamc not divulged as saying Green's death. But it a large part of the radio no damages to bis estale, industry is "in Iron- cause il said (he lobacco if the investigation goes far pany did not know al Ihe time Enough. (See COURT, Page "Everybody's involved in Ihe unnamed source was 'quoted as saying. j A show business figure, also inol identified by name, was WEATHER to Oia Dinh ccrnc i Mcstly fair and cocl Sunday quoted by the New York Jour- beaclnuarters lo Mmday_ Nm.theasl In'nal-Amcrican as saying: "Nine- offer. And if the Russians don'l budget enough, Washington be- lieves that in a showdown it can muster plenty of support from .small nations which want to they have a vole. ii.sion with a the Victorians who were ing from a fishing trip, Funeral arrangements for ......fuNlJack James, said that between after launching: (Sec SHOT. Page 20A) i A form deluged govern- ment clork mistakenly init- ialed n paper from another department. Two days laler. it came hack with this note: "This document was not in- tended for you In handle. Kindly erase your initials ami inilial the erasure." for maintenance ofienst wincls per cenl of rhythm and blues calm wfii-e dealt a blow with temperatures: High 75'jockeys are on the take. You announcement hv one of from. experience that Viet Nam's most influential Central Texas: tuddhist leaders that unless Ihe new civilian government is re- moved legally, "then we will take steps to remove it our- selves." fair and cool Sunday and THK POLICE STATION Services will be held Monday al n a.m. (rom McCabc-Carruth Funeral Home Chapel and al a.m. at Our Lady of Vic- tory Onrhnlic Church M-hnre a High Mass will be celebrated by the Itcv. E. A. jw i Hermes. Burial will be in Big v IjWoml Cemetery in Vinlon, La. Curl (Jnilih repelling Ihnl the; Ittisary will be recited nl strong wind did not help bis golf; p.m. Sunday al Ihc MeCabo-l f-.I Better Days Just Ahead? game as he had anticipated .ituiniij IML: Carrulh chapel. would Dung Winters will be .1. Mc- good luck cm squirrel hunt C. A. Thompson, Wil- Mrs. .1. .Moore in line VICTIM, Page 20A) birthday congratulations Mr. anil Mrs. .liiincs nrll in a new home at Greenwood Drive, after olher home was damaged Sliilrd fire Mrs. Cora Ciann ing for Rome, Italy, loday Victoria Planning jet to join her husband, scheduled (o meet in who hns been working in Monday nt p.m, Arabia. They will return lo representatives o! Ameri- loria logolhcr Mrs. A. Hank of Commerce to study and daughter in for Ihe proposed new lo visil rt'liilivrs and friends facilities on l.nurenl Street. (lenrge .loffors in from bank purchased property Iran and Idling nboul a the new facility some two hunting trip he and his ago, jusl north of nnplisl made to Wyoming for deer but is just now prepar- antelope nml n Irip inlo to move Inlo tlio actual con- wilh Mr. nml .Mrs. ,1el( phase. 0. I1. Austin explaining commission Monday advantage of a long sludy the proposed land ,il timilliiL' .wnsoti (drainage, access and nlhcr 
                            

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