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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 5, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE TKLtTHONE HI S-HS1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1964 Established 1319 2.6 Cents Districting o Revamp Not Likely Now! Connally Won'l Hocall Solons Six More Candidates File for School Board Jury Finds HoffaGuilly i Fix Try 'Trial Unfair; He AT AWARDS HANQUKT A crowd at- tended the annual Salvation Army awards dinner Wednesday at ConUnenlal Inn. From left Aryfilc McLachlan, who sworn in as new chair- man of the Board of Advisors succeeding Ray ford; H. C. Pitlman, of Austin, executive vice presi- dent of the Texas Automobile Dealers Association, and principal speaker; and William K. Schneider, who with his wife, command the Vic- toria Salvation Army unit. Retired Minister Feted at Banquet AUSTIN1 (AP) Gov. John'_______ Connally said Wednesday tie feels there is not enough hope of success lo justify calling a speeial legislative session on congressional redisli irlinp. "Theoretically redislricling is easy, practically it is exceeding- ly Connally (old a called news conference in com- ment on the recent U.K. Su- pi'Cinc Court ruling. TII Ask Time Connally said the state will! present a motion to the Houston! v federal emir! shortly asking (hat I UIA J ANOOfiA, I enii. .enoiigii lime be given for Teamsters Union I'lC.sidcn i Legislature to tackle the re-, James lloffa was convicted first time in I present districts federal court jury, against cily voters by giving lloffa. slocky leader of the nil- more representation lo ruralilion's largest labor union, sal in residents. However, lhe court stunned silence as the jury fore- gave Texas until April 1 lo ask i man, Hal Biillen of Chaita- tlie Houston court for a dclayjnuoga, read lhe in compliance that would not on two counts and innocent of a affect coiiRressional elcc- third. He said he will appeal. lions. i Personal Vcmlrlla "There is no definite dale set; The conviction brought pcr- ,for filing our the gov-jsonal congratulations to prose- jernor said, "although we plan cutors from Ally. (.'en. Holier! lo do it as soon as we can draw F. Kennedy, whom Hoffa has The Bcv. J. r. FVlger, pastor emeritus ol Krr.st English Luth crxn Church, was recipienl of the annual Salvation Army Sen ior Citizen Award al the annual b a n q n e t anil installation Wednesday night at the Conti- nentid Inn. More than 200 persons atlend ed the event and heard Ihe Rev Mr. Felger express his thanks' al the surprise award. Several members of bis family attend- ed the dinner, and witnessed presentation of thc award. The! minisler retired .Jan. 2-1, j The award is presented an nually to a person who lias ren- dered valuable service to Vic- toria over a period nf years, as well as on other achieve ments. The late Dr. .loseph V. Hopkins was recipient of thc award last year. Argylfi McLachlan. Victoria's city attorney, look the oath as board chairman for Ihe coming year, replacing Hay Langford Other new officers are Arthur j chairman: R. Albi'echt. treasurer; and Mrs. Frank Giuliani, secretary. Thc latter Slotnick. 0. H. Buohlcr. Larry Iliedei and Lynn Roloff were and sworn in. He- tiring board honored for (heir service of varying periods, were Lunfiford, Billy Bournias. T. A. .lones, a n d O.sbtirne. Langford praised not only board members, but lhe com- munity as well in making a successful year. Starting Ihe 1 with a cieficit of over tjp Ihr motion and the support- ing brief. Manifest "We have nnl.il April 1 and IjHoffa told long accused of carrying on a personal vondella against him. "We did not gel a fair trial." newsmen- "This hope. we can give them at a farce out nf democra- Mnlriseiani nf half of that lime back" he said 'cy. I can resl assured of one !I'acifir's public rolalinns do- Comiallv said Texas' the memhrrship nil] ;parlmenl in llmisliin. said here t j r 11 i be Hoffa In Ihe fiphl all' Wcdne.sdav I fie railroad is lOI" 3 vi'nnlH fin, t .in iiuLiu LI, vm _. delay would point mil tile thc way.' "manifest difficulties: If present! nuni-eii congressional district campaigns The membership ol the are voided and all conjwss-'slers Union totals 1.7 'nun have to make "p uitcs. Aids :i Ollirrs l ls -j done rim-inn peak (raffle periods Ibere are any number of; llolfa was conviclcd of aiding nl various cnis'.ings and ex- questions slill lo be Diree other men. found guilty .plained (hat (his activity can- i Connally said. "For instance do along wilh him, in trying lo fix noi clniu'cu' since trains sou count mililary servicemen: the jury which heard his lUM scheduled in and out rjf Viclo- in trying to adjust district Eunda-! trial on conspiracy charges in 'rj.( mus( schedules in "II, on population (as the'Nashville. cl. jo, ,US. Supreme Courl bond noclions Ihiongbmil the coiin- is a vital question m Bel! pending appeal, and said hisHry THOMAS A. JO.N'KS for I'lnce ii Tola! Slalc For Ballol Reaches 9 allhv Discussed I ling to c ,H ounty wilh Ft. and in Kan Antonio where they are maybe military personnel, you count the, penitentiary mates in Walker Serious Question Do ULCER lawyers would file a motion for Matrisciani said (he a new trial within five construction The defense losl a bid (o gain Street underpass may days in which to seek thc new j be finished by (lie first of next; [trial. iyear, alleviating many of Ihe lloffa faces up io 10 years in'problems thai now exisl be- He pointed out that a rcdis- prison and in fines if the cause of (rain movement with- ricting bill based solely on pnp-jconviction, on two charges, in the ulation would cause serious stand up. Two businessmen While here, he rnel with problems in al least three of acquitted along with him Albrechl. slate's largest cities. 'on Ihe third charge. traffic and safety commiltee chairman of lhe Vic- toria Chamber of Commerce: A, Dickerson .lr. of Ihe es 7 11 t T Candy 4lh AS- tin, executive vice president the Texas Automobile Dealers j Association. Interspersing seri-j moments between !m talk was particularly well received by the audience with! resounding applause at its con- clusion. Piltman'.s talk concerned vari-' ous subjects, but not biles. Capt. William K. .Schneider, who wilh his wife commanding; Victoria .Salvation the board, through contributions of local and area was mcmbcrs able to finish lhe year m the jn a' ,.ilk nix.cd a sizable group from thc i Veterans of Foreign Wars, com- menting that the h.'id been of invaluable aid loi tiic Salvation Army over a peri- od of years. Officers and hoard members! n.iy ftiURs out on nn errand were sworn in by Cnpl llalph and 'holding on lo his hat in (I. Monel. Kalialirm Army offi- Ihe roaring rush ol March cer of SHU Antonio winds Mrs. Carl I'Yaiik Ciiillard, Viclori.i at- hoping all preparations are un- cler way (or the Fire Pi-even- lion Poster Contest KDN'A, Trx. Barr, the bahy-facctl pcr >vho giiincd more fume after slie wns arrnstod yntl of possession of mEirijmnin. has nKii'i'icd her fourth husband. The f r m r r wh n s e m ai dr n n a m e was Sluslicr, hrciinic UK: hritlc of .lanic.s W, of KiIn n, an ini c iti rd railroad worker, Tuesday in Louise, Tex. Cnnily is 28. This is Wilson's firsl mar- riage. The dimple-cheeked, 5- fonl, 3-ineh hruneUe n liylil-fjttinK ilrrss KoM higli heels ;is .luslii'e of the I'encc Slock (Jtiiry prr- fmined the foiir-niitnile pcromony nl his hntne. Cnntly has been on partite Ihe (inrcc unit of Ihe TCXJIS Dcparlnient ot C'nr- rrt-tions sineo April 2, and Candy hnvr been keepLnj; coinpEiny since she left prison and returned lo her parents' lumie in Ktlna. T.sdiirhart, Anoth-. jKivci Fiddlers j iii. t i I Vjiiler I .nntrsl -rs an ayrro's reports c-li air- added attraction of the n Week and (lounty LivrMork Show Arthur liuckrrl conte man. 1 U will be held ;U Jayceo Mail ;il 7; art p.m., Suiifhiy. March j Out of town competitors are (welcome. It's Cookie Sale Time For Local Girl Scouts llv I'M Urilrr Siv Ci'NHhd.itcs intit L'ai-c Wnliirsilaj, f o v Ihnv inns ;i( on [hi- Victoria InilvprmUuil Srlmul for filing mill- Tin- ulm f i t- wiMT A, ht-nd of tin- i-inplnvi' re- in I ions di'piulinmt at Dul'itnt: II Kin'V, a I ninn Mrs KutH-i t 'in-il, ifr of a (riiinmvi isnr al .Inllll Al h i n, fov fUT nf a fuiK'i al h a m r. W. J'rll v ,lr mitny nro inlorostnil fnr ihn hoard, I nrn pr'i son ally firnuinjilcfl itli alino'.L .ill nf Nnlr: llji.s Is Ihr Texas Mn.sifj.s idem, jnni Uiink dial Ihov unuM hcctitnl ol fivr- rrporls on (lit- Sins jls all niiiko fine hnnni nicnibfi y, S, Uiirriiii nf lln-Uin-ilmnX ,um. studicil. The htilky fir-M jjrVM-nls 'Icxas llasins I'rujcrl. .1 lor rniv.U uclion of Lhe unusual prohlrm. (o Hu- r.tinh- [IrvHiinnirril fnir-i Ij.isiri Ill imijor tlnlw. Unlikr inosi cjrrlions. inj; an Nulinl pi-irr- lax nf M.2 ululating re-winner in n M-hnol hoard ra.v hUlirin. ImsiMi nn ti aiisjinrl- scnnii ,s, nniLs
i> 211 fcnt in width al v.aii'f1 sinfacr1 "The plan of development for Ihree and Ilirrc iiir-inhers, An- dfiMMi :s i t'plat-inji, M Shltf- I'lffi' A T'l O'einiriil Co vuui 1 I I I I 1 I I I I In ni.'cptlnt' tin- I'artly cloudy and a hltle Jin n armer is fortunate lo have ly clnndy and mild N'orlh lo of nalura] n- norlheasli-rly winds K lr, m thl, of Thursday h.'r-oininii al 111 lo 2u V n- .slate's day. Kxpectr-rl 'Ihursday letup- eraliires: t.ow 12. niKh 711 South Cenlral Texas: Clear to has Tr clr.udy and a litlli- warm- ,m. ,.lkl> lt) M.rvlnt! (in car lo dale. been v.itli fornu-r dearnn in Ihe First indies Alcoa for :ci Since cnin- I'reshstenun '.'tiureh. he is a .1 oj't Texas as (he coinpanv'.s of ihe XiUional Kivers (lUnuior aicaj: lit Manager a I and Hurhrjrs Cunnri-ss. Texas a.m. Ihiirsdiiy. Low al has Research League, Texas Man- [a.m. Friday. l.erome aclive in civic and pro- ufacUirer.s Association, Texas pressure st hca Irulii.slnal ('omrni.s.sion. Employ- ley.''l: Hi' is [.resident o[ the Texas ers' Council and the American .Sunset Ihursday: immcdialc JV-lrolciiin In.slimte. I'rulay: p.lM nf South He has Aleoa's Point '.'omnieice, Comforl Operations Manager 'vicK.ru oincfl.' cliainniin of the Indianola Dis- since 1
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