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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 3, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                118th 298 THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE TELEPHONE HI County Fire Pact Renewed by City; Parking Ban One By TOM E. 1'ITIC Advocate Ktaff Writer Cily Council Monday mumiiiv a one-year renewal of its con- jnext October, tract with Victoria Coimlv toi Council also be held under consideration for inclusion in the 19fi4 fiscal year budget which will go inlo effect provide rural fire protection, and ordered City Argyle Mcl.aehlan to draw up the prop request from turned down a Frank rie la Rosa lo move a building onto -r unplatted properly in the Ek- er ordinances to restrict Addition, and ordered the ing on portions of North of the properly to appeal and Red fiiver streets. before Victoria Planning Coin Iracl, (ho county will continue to pay the city SJ.OOO per month. Under the renewed fire con- mission and have the arei properly subdivided. City Manager John rec Based on a report of the action because, or of Commerce traffic''10 sa'f'- owner is moving in buildings and selling off lhe properly by mclcs and bounds ami that "we may run into a problem" on eventual location of slreels in lhe area. In olher action council passed Chambei and safely committee headed by B. G. Albrecht, the ordinanc- es will prohibit parking on the, west side of Main Street tween Rio Grande and Red Riv- er from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. and TUESDAY, MARCH Eil.ibl! short 1818 12 Cents Court Knocks Out Districts In Texas (Sec COUNTY, Page [-.HI. I II VI I on the north side of Reel River calling for Ihe pav Street between Laurent and Aza-llJ18 of "leave flu Is" on portions lea at all times Rccl River, Cameron and T h e committee had r e c o m-'' passed mended lhal parking be changing the name ilex! on bolh sides of North Main] .Street, but council eliminated the east side from the proposal after hearing two complaints. .J. C. Martin said that the Bi- ble Book Store at H12 N. Main, on the cast side, has been op- erating two years on a five-year lease and that Ihcrc is no p'ark- ing available except al Iho curb along Hie street. We'll just have lo go out of he said, if parking is prohibited. Gregory Kandis, speaking for his father who operates Kandis Liquor and Imports at 1202 N'. BVILDING YfllC'A Comic loll, an- nounced al the annual mc-eling of t ti c- Victoria YMCA Monday eve-Dint; a "capital i'mitls paitjn wilt be launched in Oclobe-r for YMCA center here. J. D. Moore-, conlcr. lias hecn chosen membership chairman. At is Kuy- monxl G. Hill, president of the Tito CIIITCIH organization was given toward its Fund goal by the three-man board of a .similar or- fianization that became iiwctive licro in Local YMCA Center Envisioned by Board 85 Dead In Debris Of Airliner j Missing I'limr Hil Mountain TAKOh; Calif. i.MM A helieojilcr on Monday found (he wreckage of a big airliner shewn over a snnwy peak where 111 passengers ami four CiCM meiuhers crashed (o their ,dentlis. The plane had been fly inj: I" Lake Tahoe's gambling restarts. There were no survivors The pilol of Ihe Paradise Air- lines Constellation, caughl Sun- day in a blindinc, snowstorm over the lake, aji- pnrently headed for Hctui ami just missed clearing lhe jieak N'ciaila Peak Deaths of the K Califoniiaii, broiighl the loll of four recent air crashes lo LMli. Kiglily-tluec Order Permits Possible Slav WASHINGTON (At Supreme ('inn! agic at rural voters in T IHOIV than their .share of eoii- ejcssiiion and lhal Iw stale's dislrii'ts mitsi be revamped to cily voters a .stronger voice However fin open Hie don, for i; uuially or oCicrs to i in (he rcdislriedm; until af ter this year's elec-tions Tin high tribunal lefl this up in .special Ihrcc judge leilera court in Houston If n delay is sought, e.v mid Ihe three judge The cniirt ajjrees. ihis would avoid Moildas of candidates for all Texas House seals having to run at-largi' One. Hep .W a llernoerat, was elected al-lai ne The olher represent districls -Jsinn left Hep ov ,loliu said he has he ;eek a ile- Coniii-llv By H'OU'K Jit. Advocate Staff Writer has improved, but we stilt needMhan the one projected here to- night. leans' College Director R.L. Moore Dies Brooks. D-TPX., MI informed Ihal ask Hie Houston fedora! cnurl for a delay Urji Wriii'u I'alman. I) TOM said if the lloiistiui court denies the expected appeal. of. fieiak undoubtedly would re. linn lo the Supreme I'ouil iind ask for a slay. Allcr Hilling The supreme was have u 011 a Highlight of the annual meet- drive will officially open "II can and will be done here. 20 in Ja'pan. Lake Pontcharlram. and Horn-it l.oc Moore. ,VJ. of tleeisfnn isi.in two weeks ago in which Hie- eoilri pnpnbhnr, m irei'igin cnnL'ro.s-- isinna! districts In Dial case th.- I court said it is the lotion s "plain hhjectivi- of milking emial rvpn-setitiitton for direct ion eijual numbers of people tho on me easr sine o, evening was a surprise operating facilities at three Moore indicaled thai it would level of a a I ma ,II o Wain. He said traffic counts b-v N- under lease plans, January before Ihe final, big peak just cast of Lake Taho which he has made during re- "erson- chairman of the board'.'uding the old St. Mark's build- push would be made directors, Ihat a capita] funds ing at '.'Ml N. Ben Jordan, a campaign, saying, "U cent noon-hour periods showed! that a maximum of 12 veM 'camPa1Bn will be staged lo build "eallh club near cles (raveled north on Main here. and whereas the major traffic vol- "rcvious to Anderson's an- ume is inbound lo too city on (he HO persons persons present heard 11. F. Jayceo pool at _ Ihr in an area 'JLJ miles1 intend of Carson City give everyone io (he com- .Snow and 'cold temperatures l-'ust MelhmlistCliurcli with tli short ilhuv (Mineral services will he held :i [i.m Tuesday from 0, --------o r-...... FOS- miinily a chance to conlrili- prevented lielieopler-horne res- Lcl, "lc-" cue crews from recovering lhe Monrc has been named Smith said the original chart- bodies. A bulldov.er and the west side. persons present heard H. F. campaign chairman. er for the organisation here was of ground volunteers pot wilhin City Manager John Lee ore- trllslccs I1ul Monlx' "Several in and that it went a mile of Ihe crash scene on an scntcd three proposals for of (be, '.wns with less resources lhan Ibrough various phases up until old hefore Ihe road (erring funds from the conlin-Uo   rcation Commission announced plans almost completed for anrl other major improvements. Philliji Tihilclli Hie cily willi t'artly cloudy ami warm The commission approver! receive 20 per cent of net jirof-! Tuesday, cloudy with scattered ant and recommended to council a its for its zoo fund. idiundcrshowcrs Tuesday night t with Suburban Kiwanis After the club debt is >crate a rjjy receiv'e 'Ml ]jer cent vicinily Of revenue, under terms of the drew of ill for lhe I" at a meeting H' high school cnfo- h "as as jiraciir was laid down cougressiiinal districls wide.sl disparity of any largest iliMncI hail mm e Ilian pcr-nns in Hie <-ensus while the '.UK! 2111.000 liny nf llnpe The l-'eh 17 ruhni; did nnt In- am) anv dclav uoulil I ion cmuse.s and .sponsored the hf m redrawing eon- loxas SUitlent Kdiiealion dlstru-is him ,-mirls enuld lie was u field director of giant such delaj offered a ray lhe American fled Cross hojio lo camli. World War II. He was a pusi dates wlioliau- been ajiprelien- piTsiilent nf the Itoliiry Club, a sive lhal liligalion mii-til force ofj.Simday scliix.l teacher it, the (iiein into more difficult M e I h o d i s t Church, costly slat which he was a mem- a wo ike u, Scour, program tor many s and was a member of Teaeliers diffn- arge ciimiia e brief nnsij'ned nurl was iipluildim' a t'S Hi Aicin A vVynn, board warm vu-e l-'ll I II Itoliles. treasurer, m I m- n u 1 he roll ing our own facilities. 'quarter mile track wilhin seeking positions on oiirrl are .liimcs K. Ilil- draftsm.-iti lor (Juiney O. Thomjisou. on the ballot will hi ienn'n again need- wn wi" a "We will raise the the second clerk ed. Council, after discussing fad that the original ?2.r emergencies down to SIS.OOO with seven months of the fiscal year yel lo go, v o t c d to approve ihe__________________ transfer for the court. Council members agreed. Today's Chuckle that the other requests could-----------' clinic starting at 10 a.m. Tucs- ler adjacent to lhe railroad sla- day in Town Hall, said County lion, Jusl west of Ihe al-o Agent H. McCombs. in under study by lhe cmumis- inoncy Speakers include Dr. K. (i. sion. The refreshment center, the Texas Animal Health Com- plies such as charcoal in addi- C. M. Patterson, lion to ice. soft drink 1' pie in Ihe community "The hoard feels "this big job "r. C. M. Patterson, lion to ice........ can be accomplished, since Ihe wlorinariiin; William also is expected lo e snce e Ou'r program V' Millcr "f William Cooper and operation by April I. f'recipilalion Monday: Total for year: 5 inches Tides I Tort Highs al lows Husband (n friend: "It's lerrihle lo grow old alone. My wife hasn't hail a birth- day in six years." .Me-phews of Chicago, 111., and The zoo fund also will rec James .Mintcr of ffouston. a commission from sales at (he The clinic will end at center, which will all lie han- p.m. Subjects covered will in- 
                            

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