Advocate, March 1, 1964

Advocate

March 01, 1964

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Issue date: Sunday, March 1, 1964

Pages available: 46

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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 1, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 15 118th 296 TELEPHONE m TEXAS, SUNDAY, MAKC'liT, 19G4 Established 1314 46 Pages 'Beef Buying Ordered b 'Far Exceeds' Any in World WASIIlNfiTON1 AP-Presidcnt' (AP) The riciillme Department after con- contend lhal Ihesc agreements Johnson administration has deferences between the While do not go far enough in limiting reeled the. Agriculture Depart-illo'is.? and Secretary of Agri-.imports which have merit to buy beef in moves to culture Orvillo L. Freeman. j blamed by cattle men andlaw- nolser sagging cattle prices and! The decision was made at a'makers from cattle states for lo placale those demanding Icg-ltime islation to cut down sharply meal imports. The beef will be donated; amendment to'the adTninistra- be major' farm 'issues in 'ihciUnitcd Stales has developed a lo the government-sponsored'lion's controversial wheat-cot-'coming election. interceptor that can school lunch program and to ton bill which has run into The administration through the air al more needy persons receiving govern- strong opposition in Ihe Senate. Ihe restrictive beef import leg-'than 2.CKKI miles an hour. leg-l time when some drastic declines in cattle prices Jolmson Hie wraps off a on! eluding some influential Demo-: The beef imports and the low five-year-old military secret crals were pressing a beef livestock prices appear likely to Saturday, disclosing Dial the G Getg 5 In Lasparis Killing went surplus food. The amendment would require islalion, contending Ihe agree- Jotmson .said this plane is s If successful in strengthening; a much sharper reduction in im- ments il negotiated provide live- capable of a performance (hat ea'.lle prices, Ihe government'ports of meal lhan provided in slock producers adequate pro- exceeds lhat of any other buying program could hc ex- agreements recently negotiated lection against foreign supplies aircraft in the world today." pected to result in higher retail with Australia. New Xcaland Tacking a beef amendment to' Development of the hi'therlo prices of beef. niul Ireland, major foreign sup- the wheal-collon measure could supersecrct plane was an- I he purchase program was pliers to this country. become embarrassing for Prcsi- nounced at Johnson's first news announced Saturday by Ihe Ag- Sponsors of the amendment (See Page conference lo be carried live lo the nation bv radio and telovi- i..j i nit i i i i.jif i uw The conference, with Johnson Tacing :ilis rcporlers from Iho jhead of a U-shapcd (able in a (Stale Department conference [room, coincided with the end of his first 100 days in which Johnson said have pro- duced real accomplishments. dearly, the biggest surprise was word (hat (he nalion now has a needle-shaped plane week of March 2-11 has (oo clearly revealed. Through called Ihe All, perfected under designated as P u b 1 i c a common understanding of a program lhal was, amazingly, Deal Offer Pondered .Durum Police Hun l Public Schools Plan Programs The been He claims he's got enough praisal of local schools by vis- George Washington and Abra- dav trip to Florida was cloaked nitroglycerine hidden near Ihe Hmg al least one school during ham Lincoln." in'stringent sccrocv because of community to put a dent in week j Or lip that a population of about A proc amation by M a y o by Gov Jolm Connallylmighl try to ram his plane. He wants to make a deal. Kemper Williams Jr. ollt are Without getting specific, he said The convict, Hex 0. Angel, 33, c couragcd lo visit the public; he had been (old lliere were is serving ts years in Lhe Idaho "1C schools, and all citizens a re "reasons for taking additional prison for a burglary in Poca- 01 V'c'oria declares dial the (hr0ugh special programs precautions." And hc said he tcllo last fall. Details of his school cannot be taken the tremendous im-'followcd suggestions developed allempt lo bargain witli Branted u ls constantly under p0rtance Of onr Of by the Secret Service and Di- Duranl auihorilies closed Saturday. The Idaho Stale Journal said Angel proposed lo rolurn to Du- rant to serve an old four-year manslaughter sentence if au- thorities in the Oklahoma cily would get him out of Idaho. In exchange, Ihe Pocalello newspaper reported, Angel promised to (ell Durant officers where he had buried two large caches of nitroglycerine. Angel proposed his deal in a letter to a Duranl newspaper. Edgar Hoover of erintract v-.'ith (he u exceed. nd for nol in her I hJML- ing marching units Parade entries to dais include Ihe financial results of by'Clcon Skousen of Salt bake the following: Ovster Supper the bigEo.sl The special week, to Cily, b'tah. Skousen. a former Official unit Victoria Horse- in Inez's history lhelnspilc victoriatls to a greater agent for the Federal Bureau man's Club mounted color Iluheri Bchrmans catciiinc a appreciation of of Investigation and a prominent guard, Victoria High Band, Vic- laie lunch and Goldv.alei and to allow .-filing (iAII'IH JOM-.'S Stftle of ialcd Press Urilcr San Antonio sa'd his ruimcsl lor lot Hepubliean and Demo- a referendum on sale of liquor Johnson n An-.1m by Ihe drink may provide ll tegy sjs- bi ight spot in r-aeh cofomtll ill he on the Kepubliran chairman of the Victoria Cham- by Ihe drink in of Ouninitlei-. J.enu said Williams Jr., Ifigbuay The tees al.s s that Tex- as voters he askir-i to say n ibe> me for fir .gainst, "the 'meal op- tion sate rnixed drinks llie ir pers'.nalh refills Moind have no birhJmp ssnred [here eifvct. but JoimMin thinks ,in at- firtnaliw i.iie would h.ivc a lot a tje sornc committee mem president, Jaycce -Jr'lln ('ounty Jiulgr; Waynr: i s Cold War." officers and officials, Mayor and Marlrnan, members of the Cuy (f Ihc Skousen is the former chief City Council, County Judge, and Council and Commissioners jjiy's Other high schools, of police at Salt bake Cily, and Commissioners Court, Quc.c.n Court, Chamber President Hob- taking a stroll through town committee, of two reprr-sen-is now the editorial director of Victoria and court, livestock erl Martin, Chamber Manager state pxceulive commit-her .it each meeting who influence on the legisla- o the neces- tnat (jue.stion he put on tnr'1 Li'inor now can be .server! Kempcr i! KISKS UK- Mav j JolmMni siml m intx.-d drinks only in private Manager Dunk there i.s a cbrince ins neaun ll'inr> ir (he May L! pri- j, (j( md picking silos ihmli It; and Sept, If. and to more exercise I'aul talives from each school was "Law and Order." a magazine suptrrintendcnls Ha.iv.nrd of Mission Nalley tn organized lo plan and execute of law enforcement personnel, rulers. town on business A. Saul- lno activilies during (he week. There will he no admission L'mt A K1 Irbrn in an exlra big hurry. I The observance will be (See PaRc HA) (Sop 1'ARAUE, I'agr IIA) lexpecicd lo .nton'l dales names 1 lints June state conventions The Democriitic commillec will hear a sneer h bv Gov John horseback lien Ititlerskamp, Hesidfnt y.n- gin'er W. A. King and mem- ''ihe Republican rotnimttco will s committee, are hear national GOP Chairman Chuckle Drum and hers ol William Miller of New York, i creep, on bolli ballots In llcpiibhcan committee is il is a foregone (act expected tn order a primary on Texas' support of Arizona Sen GoUlwater's bid for the presidential nomination. The roniniitttv has put tLself on record times as backing Goldsialer and has indicated previously it favors a I (See L'UOPOSAL, UA> these iluys of short ii's ihc cost thnl ncinirn. It's Iht up- I ;

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