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   Advocate (Newspaper) - February 27, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                118th 293 THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE TELEPHONE HI 5-HS1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1964 Established BuRec Seeks To Mollify River Groups Austin Session Called For Report Discussion By HOY GRIMES Aclvocnie Stall Writer An arct of understanding over the U. S. Bureau of Hcclamations controversial Texas Basins Project re- port may have been opened in Austin Wednesday at a meeting attended by managers of t h e Guadalupe- Blanco River Authority, the San Antonio River Author- engineer in charge of HuRec's Austin office, TT _ i In a conciliatory statement llOmiltMl released following Ihc meeting, J.J.USIJ1UI1 Burleigh snid Ihe Bureau of Reclamation had "noted in the press a divergency of opinion as to (he intent of (lie Texas ital Survey Set j In Cuero Advocate Cut re Bucrau CUERO City and county officials agreed Wednesday night lo appoint a 19-membe'r steering committee (hat will study hospital needs in Ihe Cue- ro area. The committee will in- clude 11 residents of Cuero and eight residents of nearby rural communities. Appointments lo Ihe study group will be made al a later date, possibly within two weeks. The meeting was attended by members of Cuero City Council DeWitt County Judge Georep Trowell and County CommhT- F0 sioners Bonnie Bueuger Dave Weber, whose precinctsIT surrou Basins Project." This was taken as a reference lo accounts of lhe Texas Basins Projccl reporl which have ap- peared in The Victoria Advo- cate, since no other newspaper or wire news service apparently has gained access to a copy o'f (he far-reaching preliminary re- poii. Burleigh called lhe meeling at his office in Austin wilh Rob- ert H. Vahrcnkamp, general manager of the GBHA; Victor If. Braunig, general manager of the SARA, and David A. Bruno SARA assistant general man- ager and legal counsel. GBRA To Meet The conciliation meeting was conducted on lhe eve of a meel- Ihe GBRA board of d in Seguin Thursday, i.. they were expected to lake action on an analysis ofi lire luxas casms 1'rojecl display, including still lifes. Still lifes general- by Vahrcnkamp which was se-! paintings and sculpture now are the commas and dashes verely critical of the shown at an art exhibit; but in I h e as they affected the Historical and Fine A rtsicurrent Coppini show which will Share-Fun 30 Cents SCULPTURE The figure above is Dr. Waldine Tauch's bronze sculpture, "The from the current art exhibit at McNamara-O'Cormor His- torical and Fine Arts Museum. Seven pieces of sculpture and more than 20 paintings from San An- tonio's Coppini Academy of Fine Arts will he on display at specified times al the museum through March 6. COPPINI SHOW Still Life Work Sparks Display Valley" In upcj1 lhe statement handed to Advocate's Austin Bureau after the meeting, Burleigh had Ihis to say; "The U. S. Bureau of Recla- mation has noted in the press a surround Cuero. The cily and county officials were requested Feb. 20 lo appoint the steering committee by a group of inter- ested persons who atlcnded a meeling at which the results of n survey conducted by an arch- itectural and hospital consulting firm were made public. The survey was ordered by the Cuoro Hospilal Foundation board of directors, which has agreed to make all findings of the study available !o the steer- ing committee if so requested. Based on the results of the survey, the foundation's direc- (See SIMVEy. Page SA) Louise Man Dies in Crash Near Gauado Advocate Venice GANADO A grinding three- way crash look the life ot a 21- year-old Louise man Wednes- day night on Muslang Creek hridge 3'A miles east of Ganado consultation with E on the Houston Ili-hwav representatives of the two river v By TO.M 1C, KITE Advocate Staff Writer The Coppini Academy of Fine -Museum, is an unusual and in- leresling one. Unusual, it is, in lhe role of IUM; acnon on an analysis ofi e oppn caemy o ne Unusual, it is, in the role o the Texas Basins Project report1 Arts display, including still lifes. Still lifes general .Contest Set inuiiuii iiuo IIULVU llL Lilt; Uaa aim- divergence of opinion as to the) intent of the Texas Basins Proj- eel report and its effect on the forthcoming report on the Cuero _, Will DC nClG the Guadalupe Thursday at p.m. at Crain Junior High School. Tlie contest was originally project and Basin. Agreement Slnmts "Nothing in the preliminary draft of the Texas Basins Proj- ect report is intended lo alter or invalidate the agreement be- tween Ihe GBRA and the SARA regarding development of the Cuero and Goliad reservoirs and the use of water supplies that would b reservoir Tonight Victoria County's 4-H Share- thc-Fun Contest will be held continue through Friday, March 6, they are the exclamation points. In one viewer's opinion, any- :way, they are the most arrest- ing pieces among some 25 pic- tures; the most imaginative and appealing of .Ihe. pieces be- ing shown. Except for one outstanding portrait, by Ramon Fvo m a n, called "Sally" and a handful of others, non-still life pic- tures compose a moody and LBJ Sees Boost to Economy Senafe Lends 74-19 Backing o WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- ident Johnson signed into law Wednesday night a lax cut for most individual taxpayers and corporations and proclaimed it "the single most important step we have taken to strengthen our economy since World War II." Johnson acted on this biggest fax cut in the nation's history within a few hours after the Senate passed the measure, 74- 19, ending its year-long, some- limes stormy voyage through Congress. It reduces taxes for 80 million individuals by one- 'ifth, on the average, and for corporations by about nine per cent starting with 196-1 relurns. Expression of Faith After the signing ceremony in .he East Room of lhe While Mouse, Johnson spoke lo lhe na- uon in a hastily arranged tele- vision-radio broadcast, saying- "We have made this bill an ex- pression of faith in our system of free enterprise. The ability of :his tax bill greatly to.improve :ne vigor of our economy rests m your hands as individual con- sumers and businessmen. "If American enterprise re- sponds lo this new opportunity with increased investment and new production and new the ere LUC lax cut will bring greater abun would be planted to corn dance lo all lhe federal g have to do for reporl draft does not make this clear. junior division and three in the consultation with senior division. The first place on the Houston Highway. Dead on arrival at Mnurilz Memorial Hospital was Neclor Tamcz, 21. Milton B. Green- berg, -II, of Bav City driver of uum ]jmtu winners one of two sedans involved itf1'0. agreement for joint de-judged in eac% division. winner in each category will authorities we propose to make qualify for lhe district congest the necessary revisions in the tie necessary revisions in the There will be no prizes award- Saenger's raft that will scrupulously lion-ed, although first second andi prm? are bright r their agreement, (This refers third place winners will be' wilh ever so slight the agreement for joint de- judged in each division a. touc'1 of Van contor- Ihc crash, and Raul Ramirez, 51, Iruck driver, were dismissed after treatment for minor in- juries. The accident occured at p.m. Highway Patrolman Ralph McClendon conducted the in- vestigation of the crash, assisted by DiiHon (Dutch) Meyer. McClendon said lhat Tamcz' (See CHAKI1, I'ngc SA) ver, 89, seriously no is alerl and nuur- Bnb Redding explaining thatjishmcnt by a bulletin cold dreary afternoons are good said. velopmc-nt of the Cuero project yt ontm OMIS win ue on talent and the Goliad project by lhe showmanship, audience recep- GliRA and Ihe SARA in Iheir tion, costumes and appropriate- basin interchange ness to -HI work. The 4 H ju..i UI1L, IJUOA IU 'I'll >VUl K. 1 I1C "1 H. "It is emphasized that the groups entering the conlesl are PVfll Rfllliw i'nnni'1 no Yttn'ttfiA tn n___ vmu uioeiin.ps c-menuy me contesi are nf f Texas Basins Project reporl as limited to not more than nine presently being circulated is a members in an act t (Sec BUREC, Page SA) Judged for the contesi are Mrs. J. L. Hausmann, Mrs. Doris Obsta, Miss Ann Tibiletli Dellon Ashley, Val Holz and! _. Mrs. Clarence Atzcnhoffer Sr. Today's Chuckle Ex-President Hoover Keller Mrs NEW YORK (AP) Doctors leader in charge of lhe contesi. reported a definite improvement Miss Delorcs Pozzi will be nsr- Wednesday in Ihe condition of ralor and Judy Smajstrla will former President Herbert Hoo- introduce Ihc guests. CONNALLY ATTKNDS for napping Harry Rivers changing from cigars to pipes A. N. Turner bundled up It said (he 31st president was "still having some respiratory difficulty" from a pulmonary A. N. Turner bundled up (lulicmly from a pulmonary for the weather Airs. but that the infection Arnold inviting everyone out responding to therapy and IVin C..........__ Ihnl 1 n o i rr lhe Band Sponsors Mexican Supper from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Victoria High School Cafe- teria for the benefit of new band uniforms, senior band jackets, and also promising musical en- tertainment during [hc evening Ucgina Koelil grateful to be working inoide on a cold day A. G. Taucel showing off Ihe lalesl in automation prod- ucts llayncs Friday of Tivoli explaining how he stayed in the field longer lhan his nearby neighbors Cecil Neumann ready for coffee at coffee time Al Vogt having a busy diiy Mnrvin Killer building a camper dial the en- tire family can enjoy The George .leffcrs of Fordlran in lown and friends asking him if he needs a new hat size after his dogs placed second in Ihc recent bird dog event George W. Stcckman using his sense of humor on stubborn automobile hoods. Astoria Hotel. Slreel .Paving Moving Apace Wilh work ncaring comple- tion on Ihe paving of leave-oitls and inslallalion of curb and gutlcr on William Street, City Manager John I.cc snid Wednes- day lhat "concrete work" has begun on Bridge Street. Improvement of Ihc Iwo die pavilion" wou streets is pnrl of a program senlalive of Texas." recommended by downtown tin: i.umvai Wda Ullgllulliy .....pu.jv, u a II u scheduled for last Friday at somewhat depressing show wilh Crain, but was pi cause of a conflict activities. ___ members will participate in 20 skils and will be bidding for a chance to take part in the Dis- r last t'nday at! tL wirn vas postponed be-ja of the land and sea- onflict with dommalcJ by sodden j skies and somber, low-key color Club use- Tllere arc exceptions, of course, and they strike the eye an almost blinding effect. Over-all, the pictures to he I..UI. 1.limit: lu IcIKt; pan. in me 1J1S- i-. iu uc I be provided by those tricl 10 contest scheduled for pxhlblletl have been chose'n rairs. We regret thai the April 25 an eS'e commendably set There will be 17 acts in the and variety. Virgin- i. ]H (.T'linmrfm "Pnllirt" ,'r- Crumpton's "Collfe" is a striking example control, but is a little too much like a color Phoograph lo have a broad ap Skils will be judged on talent, lion. Yet, Ihe still life pictures are by far the more interesting ones, particularly Gladys Jones' a glowing collection ot "-'J d Alt'e Slimp Judged for the contest are around the DISI'I.AY, Page 8A) Small cliililren alternate rapidly between being n lump in lhe throat and a pain hi the neck. Six Flags of Texas Raised Over Pavilion NEW YORK Johnlrcstauranls set to feed Connally attended daily. lhat kidney bleeding had slopped. Hoover is confined lo his ___....... apartment in the Waldorf Tow- Wednesday in which Six Flags! The raised jre those ers a_section of the Waldorf- of Texas wcrc at Ihc slate's pavilion on the. grounds of the New York World's Fair. The governor arrived with an official Texas party and met wilh Robert Moses, president of the World's Fair Corp. Angus Wynne Jr., sponsor of the Texas exhibits, was among those ac- companying Ihe governor. Connally said he was happy to be participating in Ihc fair, which opens April 22. Hc said The pavilion will include a UJ lflc pavui0n a merchants to speed the flow of music hall featuring a traffic through Ihc downlown stage production "To Broadway wilh Love." The production will Lee also said hc expects city be staged thrice daily, seven crews to begin work soon on days a week. Two different com- lhe paving of leave-outs on Ued panics of 62 singers and dancers River Sired between Nnvarro will participate, and Norlh Main. The pavilion also will have   Tides (Port Lavaca-Purt O'- Connor Lows at m. and p.m. Highs al 22 p.m. Thursday and .m. Friday. Barometric pressure at s e n level: 29.92. Sunset Thursday: Sun- rise Friday: This Information baied on data   

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