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Advocate (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Victoria, Texas The Victoria advocate 119th 37 Telephone i 9-1491 Victoria Texas saturday june 13, 1964 cola blushed ism 12 cents Ger a Given Green Light in Canyon dam water use Rodeo Queen miss Rusty Lynn Miller 15, was crowned Queen of Yoakum Tom Torri Rodeo thursday night she is daughter or. And mrs. Russell Miller of Hallettsville. Activity in annual event swings into High gear saturday with bathing Beauty revue fiddler s contest Aud Western Parade see Story on Page 12 among highlights. Advocate photo Laos flyovers to be resumed Vientiane Laos Noring violent red reaction Premier Prince Souvanna Phou Nia said Friday that . Recon Naissance planes will resume flights Over Laos in a Day or two. Reversing a previous Posi them to create the necessary the Patchet lao had been denouncing the armed flights Anc accusing the fighters of Bombin and strafing. Souvanna Hac hoped to get the leftists to join lion he said american armed Uikelo end the civil strife fighters Are Welcome to Fly est his and co tougher stand Souvanna said he thursday he had no objection to the armed a temporary suspension of the fighter escorts because Laos has flights Over territory held by the no Means to protect the flights pro communist pallet lao. He Laos Small air Force consists o gave As his reason that the pallet lao forces had halted after driving his neutralise army from the Plaine cab Jarres 110 Miles been Fly info from the Earrick Northeast of Vientiane. Kitty Hawk off the vietnamese Souvanna coast. Told a news conference Friday recent information reaching us shows that important movement of pallet lao and Viet Mali communist North vietnamese troops Are taking place in these zones. The flights will therefore be continued and if the pallet lao want them to step it is up a. J. Tibia Coli undergoing sur Gery at Santa Hosa Hospital in old Model . Planes which could not keep up with the reconnaissance planes that hav Souvanna said it was on human for the unarmed plane to have . Jet fighter Csc or red China and the pallet la have charged that the recon Naissance flights begun May at Souvanna s request were Legal and threatened to Provok All out civil War in Laos. Bot said . Pianos had stage bombing and rocket attacks o Patchet lao positions. At Friday s news conference the Premier rejected rec charges that the photograph flights were illegal. It s perfectly legitimate tha we maintain surveillance on the lao on her Good deed for the Day Stephen in town some important business Melody and Barbara Jane Bow Man and grandmother mrs. Barbara Bowman Post carding from the world s fair and sending glowing reports mrs Ben t. Jordan reminding that the paintings of Edward Angerstein will be on display at the Mcnamara Oconnor historical and Fine arts museum sunday from 3 to 5 . Mrs. Inez Davidson reminding members of the order of East Ern Star of the open install lion at tonight at masonic Hall airs. Eula Fischer Back from Orange Elaine Molina reminding members future homemaker s of Amer Ica of the rummage Sale today at 7 . To raise funds their representatives to National Cha conclave Lanny Pogue outlining vacation plans which include California and Las vegas Jane Hend Erson who will be Junior cheer Leader this fall at the High school certain there s some thing significant about Landing a Singaree while fish ing at port o Connor this week mrs. Henry Tuckell show ing Oft some new kit Lens Jimmy Smith advising a Friend How to make his Purchase and still save Money Jim Bob Moreland in town from Dallas and admitting hat lie s a very proud grandpa with pictures i his Souvanna gave no details by Hyrc were reports communist convoys from North Viet Nam Lave been moving into Plaine Des Jarres Region. The Premier made no Menlo of a Patchet lao charge thurs Day that six .-made ats an t28 planes bombed and str acc its Headquarters at Khang Kha the Patchet lao said the offic of Prince Soukhanouvong see Laos Page 3 swedish spy gets life term Stockholm Sweden of a criminal court on Friday imposed a life sentence on Swec ish col. Slig Wennerstrom we for for 14 years betrayed to the so attend Viel Union secrets of his Home land the United states and the North Atlantic treaty Organiza lion. The judicial Climax of Swec in s worst espionage scandi came just 10 Days before Sovie Premier Khrushchev is due i her Stockholm on a Goodwill tour o Scandinavia. The court tried Wennerstrom 57, Only for his offences again Sweden though the Dapper a Force officer and Diplomat test Fieri that most of his activity official posts in Moscow Wasl in ton and Stockholm was d reded against nato. He a air attache in Washington from 1932 to 1957. Rights Bill referendum voted Down Issue brings Sharp clash Washington apr the enable turned Down 67-22 Fri a a proposal by sen. Richard Russell d-ga., to submit the a in rights Bill to a popular vote i the november National elec on. The vote capped the hottest argument of the cloture bound debate which pitted Russell and Enate Republican Leader Evrett m. Dirksen of Illinois against one another with rising Oices and waving. Each sed up about one third of the our allotted to each senator for Alk about All amendments and he Bill itself. It was one of the most episodes of the 77-Day id civil rights debate. It came s an interlude in the Senate s continued rejection in rapid fire order of a succession o Amend ments offered by the Southern Oes of the Bill headed by rus Ell. Freedom riders among the other proposals re eucled was one by sen. John Tennis d-miss., aimed at free of riders by making it a Edera crime to Cross a state me for the purpose of violating stale Law. This was beaten 72 1. In All 11 proposals were re acted by Large margins before he Senate recessed at until 10 . Saturday. Only to minor changes were a roved by voice vote with Thi leadership s Blessing. Russell in seeking to submit he civil rights Bill to a referendum in the nov. 3 Genera election declared let the voice of the american people be Icard on this cowardly act but has player a key role in pushing toward passage the Compromise Bil fashioned by himself demo cratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana and other leaders said this would be cowardly o Congress. Russell argued that this i the most far reaching Bill eve i resented to. The Congress and this violent change in our a of government should not Tak effect until approved by i Scranton dives into gop race Pennsylvania governor declares progressive republicanism Baltimore my. A Enn Sylvania gov. William w. Cranton charged into the. Race or the Republican presidential nomination Friday Labelling the Deas of front running sen. Bar y Goldwater a weird parody f traditional gop principles. To the chants and cheers of is the jeers of Goldwater supporters Scran on vowed a crusade for pro restive republicanism. I m going to go every place hat will have me and Tell them Why i think we should have progressive republicanism and Why 1 want to be tic can but Dirksen told his col eagles if you want to Destro All Hope for the civil rights Bill then vote for this amendment.1 his voice dripping with sarcasm Dirksen said i though see Bill Page 3 teen fair stage show cancelled san Antonio show attractions were cancelled Friday by teen fair of Texas officials who cited poor attend Ance for the entertain ment Section. Television Star Paul Petersen and Singer Leslie Gore who were to have been featured in two two hour stage shows did not appear Friday fair officials the 46-year-old former congressman declared. No Campaign manager no itinerary and 32 Days to go in the race for the it will be an Uphill fight. But lie said Goldwater has t von the nomination is towering Lead in Delegate to Rengh. I Don t think they have it my where near in the he declared. Goldwater in an interview by he National broadcasting co. Aid it is too late now. K i a desperation move. He Wil Pavc to wage a costly vigorous to convince delegates pledged to to thai it would b a mistake to stay with Goldwater said former Vici resident Richard m. Nixon was the Primo mover in get big Scranton to enter the race Nixon who is not a Declarck candidate said in Tho Wake o Scranton s announcement Ilia be was Neutral. The Gray a nixed governor 111 wife at his Side declared i candidacy before More than people at the Maryland he pub lean convention in a Leamin 101 Al ballroom. His four Page declaration a racked with Tough talk about tit Goldwater Brand of conserva ism. Seranton did t Mentio said. Through sunday the fair will continue through sunday As scheduled with a 50 cent admission covering other attractions. Headliners who did appear at states. The fair which opened june 5, were Bobby Vee Bobby Rydell Unda Scott Billy Jay Cramer and the Dakotas. Peterson Anc miss Gore did appear in stage shows thursday. Exhibits there entertainers who had been scheduled for performances Sal urday and sunday were Johnny Tillotson Claude King and Thi Collins kids. Attractions at the fair include a teen dance band Talent Thea Ter a Nasa exhibit Auto ant boat shows and educational Cul Tural and historic displays. Today s chuckle the real problem of your Leisure is How to keep other people from using it. The Arizona senator by name but to left no doubt of i target. His fans burst into applause two to zen limes As Scranton do slivered his when to said i came Here i announce 1 am a candidate of the presidency of the uni Lei but there was an undertone o jeers and chants of we wan too. A stand must be made by the hour is he do Claret the Republican party is i danger. And some say our coun try May be Scranton said the party need a presidential nominee who Ca bolster its other doom them to undeserved i and he declared that the go will come out of us National con Volion United behind our in dil ional principles not som weird parody on our real be Scranton went from the packed convention Hall to a equally packed news conference and said he changed his Sec race Page 3 73 students visit Cuba Havana a a group of 73, americans described As mostly Siml cols arrived by Way of Prague Friday for a visit of More than a month made despite the . Stale department ban on travel to Culm. Several children accompanied Tho group Whoso or rival and Lioto Grants made front pkg news m Havana s newspapers. Friday 5 men Anil 2-i expected to Sony at least through july 20, which Murks the anniversary of lie storming of lie Mon Enito Barracks in 1553 by forces led by Fidel Chis pro. Then a struggling revolutionary. The students circumvented the . Travel Linn by obtaining passports to Europe flying to Paris and Ihnn to Prague before coming to Bavmia Appeal planned by san Antonio by Roy gu1mks advocate staff writer Austin the Guadalupe Blanco River authority w o n a weeping trial court Victory Fri Day Over a last ditch attempt by he Sim Antonio City water Board to overturn the River authority s exclusive rights to its newly completed Canyon dam on the it Gadalupe above new b ran i f Els. So conclusive was the evidence presented by the Abha during four Days of testimony that dist. Judge Charles 0. Belts of Travis county after listening to three hours of argument from City water Board attorneys told Bra general counsel Vic Tor a. Boli Din of Houston he was prepared to Rule immediately without the need for Clos dedication set for port pier and vocal o news fir Nice port Lavaca dedication ceremonies Cor the Lavaca Bay fishing pier Texas longest pier will be Leld at the site Here saturday at i . Mayor Rudy Rendon will Welcome the guests Anc introduce j. Eklon Watson of Austin executive director of the Park a n d wild life department who will serve As master of Cert sonics. Watson in turn will introduce son. William Patman of Ganado rep. R. Ii. Cory of Victoria of Auslin chairman and j. M. Del longer of Corpus Cir Loti commissioner both of the Parks mid wild pfc department. Each will speak briefly. Palman and Cory who sponsored legislation requesting state appropriation up to to cover rehabilitation of the pier will Cut the ribbons officially opening it to the pub Lic. A curly judge Howard hurl zog City mgr. Herman Lade wig j. D. Send Len and Tho Rov. James Balty who were named to n comm Leo to set up the ceremonies announced Tyml the grand opening of the pier will to on labor Day weekend in conjunction with the annual Calheim county fishing Festi Al. Members of the commission ers court and of the City coun cil will also attend. Located at the West end of the abandoned causeway which was built in 1932 and destroyed by Hurricane Carla sept see pier Page 3 Madge meets Victoria Finis for Wilde Shakespeare next by Tom e. Fite advocate staff writer despite her background of de Jrees from two colleges and act no credits in Bolh England and America Friday was perhaps he most rapidly paced Day in lie life of 21-year-old Madge miss Grant who thursday closed out her role in the held Over Broadway production of Finis for Oscar boarded an Airliner in new York City for her first air trip at . Victoria time. At she arrived in Atlanta ga., for a 30-minute lunch break then boarded the plane again to arrive in Houston at . Coming from Houston with mrs. Marjorie Steele Frels and mrs. Charles Mccally wife erf the director of the v i e t o r i a Shakespeare festival miss Grant arrived in Victoria at . And spent the next 45 min utes being photographed and talking to newsmen. At . She arrived at Devereux playhouse Foster Field for her first rehearsal for the role of Helena in a mid summer night s which will open on june 26. Had it been How Ever she could have gone be fore the opening night audience at instead of going into rehearsal. Thinking that the festival was to open sunday eve Ning she came prepared to go to work but was somewhat relieved to find that opening night was two weeks away. Window on my just As t would in a for another thing she Hopes he extra time will permit her to see a bullfight in Nuevo la redo or Reynosa before the play the Sun and the opens. As for Hebe for festival appearing c o o 1 and Calm despite a Busy and exciting Day Madge Grant left chats with mrs. Charles Mccally Center and mrs. Marjorie steel Frels about the upcoming Vic Toria Shakespeare festival. Miss Grant arrived from new York City Friday to take Tho role of Helena in a Midsummer night s advocate photo for one thing the first air trip made her a Little Shakey at least until the plane was air borne. After she s a i a it seemed quite natural with the Sun coming through the warmth on her Brief forays be tween air conditioned cars Anc air conditioned buildings she did t find Tho Victoria heat uncomfortable much less humic and More comfortable than new York As a matter of fact. Between comments on a 1 travel and the Shakespeare festival about which she i pleased and mis Grant revealed that she play the guitar mostly for my own her favorite guitar music is the Folk songs of the French canadians in the far a o r t h but she also can turn of respect Able renditions of Home on he Range or Rose of yellow country and Western style songs frequently make the Ca Nadian hit Parade she said. Proficient in French in which full Slago which i she has done two roles and italian Don t speak make a lot of she speculated on adding Spanish to her lingus tic achievements. Told that the language South Texas involves a great Many English words which have simply been Lalin led she replied that this is common see Finis Page 3 drainage bids due by year s end bids will be called before him of the year on the final to Chascs of the City s Laving und drainage Bond pro Ihram it was announced Freda after a conference Between Cit it facials and engineers of Vood Andrews and Newnam. At the same Lime engl nce rh1 Kliolz said Lylial the scion major drainage contract Wal he to City is almost Complete this was the Contrat which went to Holden fils Bro hers of Corpus Christ for mor lion four Miles about cot of underground storm sewers on Ben Jordan san an Ohio red River Bluc Bonne and Crestwood streets. Al out 1 weeks Klotz said that the contract Hlll be finished in about Ihrck weeks after streets have Bee resurfacing will b temporary on those streets in eluded in Ihu Bond paving in Gram but on other streets in remanent paving will be in the work began a 22, i9g3. Bids on drainage project in the last of the drainage work will be called about a paving Tho Way for a Ember bid Call on pair project 2, the final Bond pro Iram. To Date Kliolz said drainage work is up to Date and Abri one week has been made up he paving program since the beginning of Good Wenther. Made up week we lost about three week in december and january he explained but Iho Eon Lra Tor now has made up a week that time and we expect him see bids Page 3 the weathe1 partly Cloudy and continue warm saturday through s u Day. Winds from the Souther at u of 18 . Expected a urday temperatures High 95 Low 73. South Central Texas part Cloudy and warm s a t u r d a through sunday with isolated mostly afternoon and evenly showers and thundershowers High saturday 90-100. Friday temperatures Hig 95, Low 75. Tides port Lavaca por o Connor High at 8 . Saturday Low at High at . Sui Day. Barometric pressure at be level 29.90. Sunset saturday Sui Rise sunday this information Bisti on a Iron the . Victoria of Lect. G arguments from the River Thornly. Boulom and ass. Ally. Gen. Ink Booth representing the exas water commission ree to forego their arguments and judge belts ruled of aptly in favor of Tho two id Bra and against any by san Antonio on Al cd priorities at Canyon dam. The effect of judge belts Erbal ruling was to dispose of c two City water Board suits i trial although both will now e appealed. One of Tho suits challenged o action of the then slate card of water engineers in re Eling san Antonio s Applina on for acre feet of a r per year from the then Canyon dam in 1956. Be Oiler suit was an Appeal of the slate Board s granting acre feet per year to o Abha from Canyon for uni Cipul and Domestic uses. 10 Abha was Maclo a party both nails which had the in Eccl effect also of challenging s contract with the u. S. Army corps of engineers for const Nic on of Canyon dam and its lying of what amounts Loox Sive rights on the conserva on storage space in Horesco or. Couk i inns dismissed the judgment by judge belts wept away the contentions on hich san Antonio has chosen 3 Baso its claims to alleged re critics at Canyon. T h c s e Ere 1. An argument that son an Ohio by filing a so called pics station on the Canyon dam location Back in 1852, Wilh Evi once of having made provi Lon to pay for Tho necessary tanning and Iho local Contri Allons for construction of Tho am Hud established a prior Palm on that location w h 1 c h Ould nol be denied by the late Board of water engineers. Paramount Hiji Lils 2. A further argument that a Rovision of the so called waifs Aff act of 1931 purports to give lie human needs of a City such is san Antonio Paramount right o go out and Oblan a water apply wherever it might be found. The san Antonio attorneys contended that the exc so of this right to get water or Domestic and municipal ise is Superior to All other claims and also includes t h e ight of eminent Domain with to Power to condemn s u c h sources of water Supply. White named John d. Wheel in the City water Board s chief Sec oi1ra, Page 3 Salt Barrier hearing slated Austin a Tho Texas Valer commission Friday set a july 7 hearing on in Applina ton of Guad Lupo Blanco a Lar authority to build a Salt water Arrier and dam on to Guadalupe River in Calhoun county. Tho dam would be about three Miles North of Tirol in Refugio county. It will have a capacity of about 600 acre feet. An acre ool is Gallons. A l of presidential election handbooks 1964" tic i Jiuei Republican con inders democratic contend ers key men to watch to and tally sliced Volin information. Moy up fax copy of of Fate of Arf Vocolo 111 t. Ceni Ilynn

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